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The decision to designate a geographic or hydrologic area as a critical water management area, or revoke or amend a designation, will be in writing, and will, as appropriate,
(1) state the reasons for the designation, revocation, or amendment;
(2) define the boundaries of the area or amendment;
(3) predict the likelihood of an imminent or continued water shortage or contamination problem;
(4) state how additional appropriations would affect the rights of permittees or certificate holders of record, or the public interest under AS 46.15.080 ; and
(5) state whether, after a specific date, applications for water rights will be accepted or adjudicated.
History: Eff. 11/7/90, Register 116
Authority: AS 46.15.010
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