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1. A portion of that acreage is occasionally ceded to organized boroughs, under the statutory provisions pertaining to newly formed boroughs.

2. The remaining population was scattered throughout Alaska, both within organized boroughs and in the Unorganized Borough, in largely remote areas.

3. The U.S. state of Alaska is divided into 19 organized boroughs and one Unorganized Borough.

4. However, unlike county-equivalents in the other 49 states, the organized boroughs do not cover the entire land area of the state.

5. There are four different classes of organized boroughs: "Unified Home Rule" (may exercise all legislative powers not prohibited by law or charter);

6. The Unorganized Borough is the portion of the U.S. state of Alaska not contained in any of its 19 organized boroughs.

7. the organized boroughs of Alaska;

8. As of 2016, there were 3,007 counties, 64 parishes, 19 organized boroughs, 11 census areas, 41 independent cities, and the District of Columbia for a total of 3,143 counties and county-equivalents in the 50 states and District of Columbia.

9. The largest counties and county-equivalents are organized boroughs and the census areas of Alaska with the top two being Yukon–Koyukuk Census Area (145,504.79 sq mi or 376,855.7 km) and North Slope Borough (88,695.41 sq mi or 229,720.1 km).

10. In 1961, the Alaska Legislature formalized the borough structure to encompass multiple, separate organized boroughs and a single unorganized borough.

11. Alaska currently has 18 organized boroughs.

12. other cities exist both within organized boroughs and the Unorganized Borough.

13. The Unorganized Borough is made up of the portions of the U.S. state of Alaska which are not contained in any of its 19 organized boroughs.

14. The territorial service districts had amounted to this much, but were seen by many as an important foundation for the government to provide services without becoming all-powerful and unnecessarily intrusive, an argument which surfaced time and again during various attempts by the legislature to create organized boroughs out of portions of the unorganized borough.

15. The entire state was defined as one vast unorganized borough by the Borough Act of 1961, and over the ensuing years, Alaska's organized boroughs were carved out of it. Alaska's first organized borough, and the only one incorporated immediately after passage of the 1961 legislation, was the Bristol Bay Borough.

16. Many REAAs were later absorbed into organized boroughs.

17. Thus Article X states that the only local government units are cities and boroughs (both organized and unorganized), and only organized boroughs and cities may levy taxes.

18. The borough mayor's position was originally titled chairman, rather than mayor, until the mid-1970s, given the structure which the legislature had originally established for organized boroughs.

19. The table below shows the recent population of these statistical areas and the 19 organized boroughs and 11 census areas in Alaska.

20. The table below describes the 4 United States statistical areas, 19 organized boroughs and 11 census areas in the State of Alaska with the following information:

21. Six landmarks are found within the Unorganized Borough, while the rest are located in organized boroughs;

22. In 1963, the Alaska Legislature passed the Mandatory Borough Act, which required the eight most populous areas of the state to form organized boroughs by 1964.

23. The State of Alaska comprises 19 organized boroughs and 1 unorganized borough, the latter divided into 10 unorganized census areas.

24. Alaska is divided administratively into 19 organized boroughs and one Unorganized Borough (which is divided into 11 non-administrative census areas) and contains 149 incorporated cities: four unified home rule municipalities, which are considered both boroughs and cities;

25. Home rule cities and first class cities in the unorganized borough must, however, operate municipal school districts, exercise planning, and land use regulations while organized boroughs take on these responsibilities unless delegated to the city by the borough.

26. A portion of that acreage is occasionally ceded to organized boroughs, under the statutory provisions pertaining to newly formed boroughs.

27. The remaining population was scattered throughout Alaska, both within organized boroughs and in the Unorganized Borough, in largely remote areas.