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(a) At least two public meetings must be held within the district during development of the public hearing draft to inform the public and receive comments concerning the district plan or significant amendment.
(b) A district shall provide the public, in a timely manner, information explaining
(1) the program;
(2) the district plan or significant amendment;
(3) the requirement of public participation during the development of the district plan or significant amendment;
(4) how and when the public may participate in the development of the district plan or significant amendment;
(5) what information is available on the development of the district plan or significant amendment; and
(6) where the information described in this subsection may be obtained.
(c) A district shall provide the public an opportunity for participation during development of the public hearing draft.
(d) A district shall submit the public hearing draft to the office for review before distribution under 11 AAC 114.310. Within 15 days of receipt of the public hearing draft, the office shall determine whether the public hearing draft is complete for review. A public hearing draft is complete for review if
(2) the district provided the meetings, information, and opportunity for public participation required by 11 AAC 114.300 and (a) - (c) of this section; and
(3) the district provides the office, for review and approval, a mailing list of the persons whom the district considers to be interested in the district plan or significant amendment; in compiling this mailing list, the district shall consult with the office to ensure that interested persons are included; the office may add names of persons to the mailing list as a part of the office's approval under this paragraph.
(e) If the office determines under (d) of this section that the public hearing draft is not complete for review, the office may
(1) request more information from the district; or
(2) require the district to postpone distribution of the public hearing draft until the draft is complete for review.
History: Eff. 7/1/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 46.39.010
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