Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 2.0324 ]
Original records which have been microfilmed may be destroyed, unless otherwise prohibited by law or regulation, by complying with 2.0314 of this chapter, indicating that the microfilm is being substituted for the original records for the remainder of the assigned retention period. Approval for destruction will be given by the archivist based upon satisfactory demonstration that the microfilm accurately and completely reproduces the original records and will be of acceptable quality for the duration of the assigned retention period. The archivist may require the retention of original records of permanent value which are deemed to have sufficient intrinsic value, in their original form, to require preservation in that form.History: Rule 14-87, eff 4 Aug 87.