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(a) The commissioner will schedule a period in which aquatic farmsite lease applications may be filed at least every other year from January 1 through April 30. The commissioner will schedule a public review and comment period on the preliminary best interest finding in the subsequent fall. If a filing period is not scheduled for the general public to file aquatic farmsite lease aplications, a lessee entering the last year of a lease that is in good standing has the right to apply for a new lease before the expiration of the current lease.
(b) The commissioner will give notice of the opening of a lease application period by publication, beginning before the application period opens, in at least one newspaper of statewide circulation or general circulation in southcentral Alaska and one newspaper of general circulation in southeast Alaska, and by sending the notice to persons on the aquatic farming mailing list maintained under 11 AAC 63.060(c) .
(c) The commissioner will, in the commissioner's discretion, set application filing guidelines, such as minimum distances from anchorages or the mouths of anadromous fish streams at which an aquatic farmsite may be located. If the commissioner sets application filing guidelines, the commissioner will include the filing guidelines in the application packets available at the places listed in the public notice announcing the application period.
(d) Repealed 6/14/98.
History: Eff. 7/1/89, Register 110; am 6/14/98, Register 146
Authority: AS 38.05.020
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