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(a) If all eligible applicants within an area for which the total apportionment under 3 AAC 134.050(a) and (c) together is equal to or greater than the long-form threshold value agree in writing, the department will, in its discretion, allow those applicants to use an allocation method within that area other than the method provided for under 3 AAC 134.060(a) . Alternative allocation methods under this section must measure the relative significant effect of fisheries business activity on the respective applicants in the area and must comply with AS 29.60.450 .
(b) A proposal to use an alternative method of allocation must be received by the department no later than November 1 of the application year.
History: Eff. 10/28/93, Register 128; am 9/8/94, Register 131
Authority: AS 29.60.450
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