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Title 11 . Natural Resources
Chapter 114 . District Coastal Management Plan Requirements
Section 410. Types of areas to be designated as areas which merit special attention

11 AAC 114.410. Types of areas to be designated as areas which merit special attention

(a) A district may develop a plan for an area which merits special attention. The development and approval of a plan for an area which merits special attention is subject to 11 AAC 114.420 and 11 AAC 114.430, as applicable.

(b) An area which merits special attention includes the following, in addition to the categories included as examples in AS 46.40.210 :

(1) an area important for subsistence uses;

(2) coastal resources important to subsistence uses;

(3) an area with special scientific value, including an area where an ongoing research project could be jeopardized by development or a conflicting use or activity; and

(4) a potential estuarine or marine sanctuary.

History: Eff. 7/1/2004, Register 170; am 10/29/2004, Register 172

Authority: AS 46.39.010

AS 46.39.030

AS 46.39.040

AS 46.40.030

AS 46.40.040


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