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(a) The CDQ team shall schedule at least one public hearing on all pending complete proposed CDPs, providing for a teleconference site in each geographical area that is subject to a proposed CDP.
(b) The CDQ team shall provide notice of the date and location of a public hearing
(1) to each applicant whose proposed CDP is the subject of the hearing;
(2) through newspaper publication; in addition, notice may be provided through other media; and
(3) to any other person the CDQ team believes will be interested in a pending CDP.
(c) A public hearing under this section must be recorded and transcribed. The transcript of the public hearing will be made available to the public, upon request, at the same time that the transcript is submitted under 6 AAC 93.045.
(d) Repealed 8/19/99.
History: Eff. 11/18/92, Register 124; am 4/10/93, Register 126; am 8/13/94, Register 131; am 1/1/98, Register 144; am 8/19/99, Register 151
Authority: Ak. Const., art. III,
Ak. Const., art. III,
AS 44.33.020 (11)
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