- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 41. Public Resources
- Chapter 21. Parks and Recreational Facilities
- Section 506. Comprehensive Management Plan; Regulations.
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AS 41.21.506. Comprehensive Management Plan; Regulations.
- (a) The commissioner shall develop and adopt a comprehensive management plan for the Kenai River Special Management Area
in consultation with the Kenai Peninsula Borough. The plan may include the land adjacent to the rivers described in AS
(a)(1) - (3) whether the land is owned by the state or privately owned and may include other land considered
appropriate by the commissioner and the Kenai Peninsula Borough. The commissioner shall periodically review the plan
and adopt changes to the plan in consultation with the Kenai Peninsula Borough.
- (b) The commissioner shall adopt regulations under AS 44.62
(Administrative Procedure Act) that are necessary to achieve the purposes of AS 41.21.500
- 41.21.514 and to implement the plan adopted under
(a) of this section. The regulations must
- (1) designate incompatible uses and prohibit or restrict them, and
- (2) establish a registration, licensing, or comparable procedure for professional fishing guides and such additional
fishing guide controls as the commissioner considers necessary.
- (c) Until regulations adopted under AS 41.21.500
- 41.21.514 take effect, existing state regulations
otherwise applicable to the Kenai River Special Management Area remain in effect.
- (d) A regulation adopted under this section applies to land owned by the state but does not apply to land not owned by the
state that is located within the boundaries of a municipality unless the regulation has been approved by the
- (e) The provisions of AS 41.21.025
(b) and (c) do not apply to the land and water described in AS 41.21.502
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