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Chapter 93. Western Alaska Community Development Quota Program
. Purpose of regulations
. References to federal law
. CDQ Team; Responsibilities; Lead state agency
. CDQ program standards
. CDQ application period
. Requirements for submitting a proposed CDP
. Initial evaluation of proposed CDPs
. Public hearing
. Final evaluation of proposed CDPs [Complete CDP Applications]
. Recommendations to the NMFS regarding proposed CDPs
. Quarterly and annual reports
. Amendments to an approved CDP
. Reclassification of core and noncore projects
. Suspension or termination of a CDP; Decrease in allocation
. Confidential records
. General provisions
. Reporting of CDQ program fishery harvest
. Reconsideration process
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