- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 41. Public Resources
- Chapter 23. Multiple Use Management of Public Resources
- Section 260. Incompatible Uses.
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. Description of Kodiak Narrow Cape Public Use Area.
AS 41.23.260. Incompatible Uses.
- (a) Except as provided in this section, the commissioner may prohibit or restrict uses determined to be
incompatible with the purposes of the Kodiak Narrow Cape Public Use Area under AS Section 240(1) and (2) within the state-owned land and water described in AS Section 270 .
- (b) Consistent with AS Section 240 - 41.23.270, the Department of Fish and Game may engage in
rehabilitation, enhancement, and development of fish and wildlife habitat within the area described in AS Section 270 .
- (c) The commissioner may not restrict fishing, hunting, or trapping rights allowed under a regulation of the Board of
Fisheries or the Board of Game within the Kodiak Narrow Cape Public Use Area.
- (d) The commissioner shall allow access to the Kodiak Narrow Cape Public Use Area by motorized or nonmotorized
means of transportation to private land, to interests in private land, and for hunting, fishing, trapping, mining, and recreational
purposes in a manner that is compatible with purposes specified in AS Section 240 (1) and (2). Existing trails remain open to public use.
- (e) The Department of Public Safety and the Department of Fish and Game may have necessary access for fish
and game management, research, and enforcement purposes.
- (f) If the commissioner determines that a use is incompatible with one or more other uses in a portion of the
Kodiak Narrow Cape Public Use Area, the commissioner shall state in the management plan adopted or revised under AS Section 250
- (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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