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(a) After a district plan or amendment takes effect under 11 AAC 114.360(c) , the district shall submit annually to the office a brief progress report concerning plan implementation during the state fiscal year. The district shall submit the report by August 15, after the state fiscal year for which the report is made ends. The report must include
(1) a statement describing the district's progress in fulfilling a condition that the commissioner placed upon approval of the district plan or an amendment;
(2) a summary, on a form provided by the office, of significant district land and water use decisions, enforcement actions, activities, and accomplishments in the district during the state fiscal year;
(3) a description of each minor amendment adopted into the district plan during the year;
(4) the district's response to any request made by the office for plan amendments or implementation; and
(5) identification of any problems encountered in implementing the district plan, and a recommendation for solving each problem.
(b) Subject to (c) of this section, the district shall review and submit the district's coastal management plan to the office for reapproval every 10 years after the plan first takes effect under 11 AAC 114.360(c) . The submittal shall include an evaluation of the plan effectiveness and implementation, a presentation of any new issues, and a recommendation for resolving any problems that have arisen.
(c) Approval of a significant amendment to a district plan under 11 AAC 114.335 or 11 AAC 114.345 begins a new 10 year period before the district must review and submit the district plan for reapproval under AS 46.40.050 (a).
(d) The office may at any time require a district to amend the district plan to resolve a problem with implementing the district plan, or to update part of the district plan that is outdated, if the amendment is necessary to conform to the provisions of AS 46.40 and this chapter.
History: Eff. 7/1/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 46.39.010
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