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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 148 . Small Municipality Energy Assistance Program
Section 30. Identification of distressed fisheries and targeted problems

3 AAC 148.030. Identification of distressed fisheries and targeted problems

(a) The department will identify commercial salmon fisheries that are economically distressed and problems targeted for grant assistance under this chapter based on the department's determination that

(1) a particular commercial salmon fishery is economically distressed;

(2) one or more problems identified by the department relating to the economic performance of the commercial salmon fishery are contributing to its economic distress; and

(3) assistance provided from this chapter is likely to significantly and quickly help alleviate the problems identified under (2) of this subsection, such as by

(A) increasing the quality of salmon from the fishery;

(B) increasing the value of salmon from the fishery;

(C) increasing profitability in the harvesting or processing sector of the fishery;

(D) increasing efficiency or productivity in the fishery;

(E) reducing costs within the fishery; or

(F) increasing economic activity within the community or region in which the fishery is located.

(b) In making the determinations under (a) of this section, the department may consider

(1) published scientific reports, including the findings from forums or symposiums;

(2) governmental records, including records of the state, the federal government, local governments, other state governments, and foreign governments;

(3) legislative findings;

(4) government and industry standards;

(5) communications with industry and local government representatives; and

(6) other information that the department finds reliable and relevant to addressing the identified problem.

History: Eff. 4/8/2004, Register 170; am 8/11/2004, Register 171

Authority: AS 44.33.020


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