(a) Local administrative areas and communities.(1) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, there shall be three local administrative areas in each county. With respect to Alaska, the term “county” shall be the area so designated by the State committee.
(2) Each local administrative area shall have at least one community committee consisting of three members.
(3) The boundaries of the communities and local administrative areas shall be determined by the State committee after considering recommendations by the county committee.
(b) Exceptions to general rule.(1) A local administrative area may have more than one community committee if the county had more than three community committees on December 23, 1985.
(2) In counties with less than 150 producers, the county committee may reduce the number of communities to one.
(3) The Deputy Administrator may include more than one county or parts of different counties in a community if it is determined that there is an insufficient number of producers in an area to establish a slate of candidates for a community committee and hold an election.
(4) In counties which had less than three communities on December 23, 1985, the county committee may establish one community for the county.
(5) In any county where there is only one community, the community committee shall be the county committee.
(c) The county committee shall give public notice of the community boundaries in advance of the election.
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