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A district may develop a special area management plan to manage a specific resource or activity within the district. Examples of a special area management plan include a harbor management plan, an ocean resource management plan, a public use management plan, a recreation management plan, a watershed management plan, and a wetlands management plan. A special area management plan may provide for increased specificity in protecting significant natural resources, coastal-dependent economic growth, improved protection of life and property in hazardous areas, and improved predictability in governmental decision making. Development and commissioner approval of a special area management plan for inclusion in the program must follow the procedures for approval of a district plan or significant amendment as described in 11 AAC 114.300 - 11 AAC 114.360.
History: Eff. 7/1/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 46.39.010
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