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(a) Resources subject to a district plan are limited to those resources
(2) proposed for designation under 11 AAC 114.250(b) - (i).
(b) For the resources within the district's coastal zone, a district plan must include a resource inventory that describes, as necessary to complete the resource analysis under 11 AAC 114.240 and in a manner sufficient for plan development and implementation,
(1) natural resources such as forests, minerals, soils, wetlands, water, fish and wildlife, and those habitats listed in 11 AAC 112.300, including those important habitats proposed for designation under 11 AAC 114.250(h) , if appropriate;
(2) major cultural, historic, prehistoric, and archeological resources;
(3) recreational resources; and
(4) coastal resources important to subsistence uses.
(c) A district plan must describe or map, in a manner sufficient for plan development and implementation,
(1) major land or water uses or activities that are or have been conducted or designated within or adjacent to the district; and
(2) major land and resource ownership, jurisdiction, and management responsibilities within or adjacent to the district.
(d) A district plan may incorporate appropriate and pertinent local knowledge into the resource inventory.
(e) Information in the resource inventory must be substantiated or documented with a citation or reference to the source of that information.
(f) If inventory information is contained in another published source, the relevant information must be summarized, referenced in the district plan, and made available upon request.
History: Eff. 7/1/2004, Register 170; am 10/29/2004, Register 172
Authority: AS 46.39.010
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