If a person or governmental agency begins construction on a work or project or use for which notice is required by AS 41.14.870 without first providing plans and specifications subject to the approval of the deputy commissioner for the proper protection of fish and game, and without first having obtained written approval of the deputy commissioner as to the adequacy of the plans and specifications submitted for the protection of fish and game, the person or agency is guilty of a misdemeanor. If a person or governmental agency is convicted of violating AS 41.14.870 - 41.14.895 or continues a use, work, or project without fully complying with AS 41.14.870 - 41.14.895, the use, work, or project is a public nuisance and is subject to abatement. The cost of restoring a specified river, lake, or stream to its original condition shall be borne by the violator and shall be in addition to the penalty imposed by the court.
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