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(a) A district plan must include an analysis of the impacts of uses and activities identified under 11 AAC 114.250 on the important habitats and resources identified under 11 AAC 114.230(b) within the district's coastal zone boundaries. The analysis must describe, in a manner sufficient for district plan development and implementation,
(1) the present and reasonably foreseeable needs, demands, and competing uses for coastal zone habitats and resources;
(2) the reasonably foreseeable direct and indirect impacts of uses and activities;
(3) the suitability of habitats, natural hazard areas, and resources for development;
(4) the sensitivity of habitats, natural hazard areas, and resources to development; and
(5) potentially or reasonably foreseeable conflicts among coastal zone uses and activities.
(b) A district may incorporate appropriate and pertinent local knowledge into the resource analysis required by this section.
(c) A district must document by local usage or scientific evidence a use or resource of unique concern that is the subject of an enforceable policy under 11 AAC 114.270(g) .
History: Eff. 7/1/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 46.39.010
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