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A district plan must describe
(1) the methods and authorities used to implement, monitor, and enforce the district plan; methods and authorities
(A) must be adequate to ensure plan implementation and enforcement;
(B) must describe implementation responsibilities of cities within coastal resource service areas and boroughs; and
(C) may include, if appropriate,
(i) land and water use plans;
(ii) municipal ordinances and resolutions, including shoreline and zoning ordinances, and building codes;
(iii) state and federal statutes and regulations;
(iv) capital improvement programs;
(v) the purchase, sale, lease, or exchange of coastal zone land and water resources;
(vi) cooperative agreements such as memoranda of understanding;
(vii) tax exemptions for non-development purchase of development rights;
(viii) coordinated project or permit review procedures; and
(ix) the means and procedures to document public need for purposes of submitting comments under 11 AAC 110; and
(2) the planning, implementation, and enforcement relationship between the coastal district and the cities or villages inside the district; the district plan must address consistency reviews, any municipal appeals, planning and plan revisions, applicable municipal land use regulations, and review of applicable municipal land use regulations for consistency with the district plan.
History: Eff. 7/1/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 46.39.010
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