- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 41. Public Resources
- Chapter 21. Parks and Recreational Facilities
- Section 176. Incompatible Uses; Access.
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AS 41.21.176. Incompatible Uses; Access.
- (a) Except as provided in this section, the commissioner may designate by regulation incompatible uses within the land and
water of the Shuyak Island State Park.
- (b) Possession and use of a weapon in the Shuyak Island State Park shall be allowed at all times and use of the weapon may
be restricted only under extraordinary circumstances and only in such areas where public safety is threatened.
- (c) The commissioner may not restrict lawful sport, subsistence, or commercial fishing, sport or subsistence hunting, or
trapping permitted under law or under a regulation of the Board of Fisheries or the Board of Game within the Shuyak
Island State Park.
- (d) The commissioner shall allow traditional access to
- (1) Shuyak Island State Park for recreational purposes and for lawful sport, subsistence, and commercial fishing, sport
and subsistence hunting, and trapping;
- (2) private land within the park.
- (e) If the commissioner determines that a use is incompatible with one or more other uses in a portion of the Shuyak
Island State Park, the commissioner shall state
- (1) each determination of incompatibility;
- (2) the specific area where the incompatibility is determined to exist;
- (3) the time within which the incompatibility is determined to exist; and
- (4) the reasons for each determination of incompatibility.
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