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(a) The district shall distribute the public hearing draft to each person on the mailing list approved under 11 AAC 114.305(d) . A transmittal letter that states the comment deadline and identifies the recipient of comments must be sent with the public hearing draft.
(b) Public notice of the availability of the public hearing draft must be given to a person who has requested notice in writing and through advertisement in a newspaper of general circulation within the district. Notice must also be posted in cities and villages within the district as determined appropriate by the district.
(c) If a district is a coastal resource service area, the district shall notify each governing body or village within the district of the provisions of this chapter and AS 46.40.180 .
(d) At least a 45-day review and comment period must be provided if the district is a city or unified municipality. At least a 60-day review and comment period must be provided if the district is a borough or coastal resource service area.
(e) During the review and comment period, the district shall hold at least one meeting for federal and state agency representatives. If the district is a coastal resource service area, the district shall hold at least one meeting for representatives of an affected city or village within the district boundaries. A meeting may be held by teleconference.
(f) During the review and comment period, the district shall hold at least one public hearing. At least 30 days before the hearing, notice of the time and place of the hearing must be provided by the district to each recipient of the public hearing draft, advertised in a newspaper of general circulation within the district or by an announcement on radio or television that broadcasts within the district, and advertised in a newspaper of general circulation within the state. At the public hearing, the district shall give a person the opportunity to present statements orally or in writing. As the district considers necessary, and consistent with AS 44.12.320 - 44.12.340, a district shall provide appropriate Native language translation. In addition, the district shall provide the office with a transcript or electronic recording of the hearing.
History: Eff. 7/1/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 46.39.010
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