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(a) A person may recommend to a district that an area inside the district be submitted to the office for approval as an area which merits special attention. A district may include in the proposed district plan, or submit for approval as a significant amendment to the district's plan, a plan for an area which merits special attention.
(b) A plan for an area which merits special attention must include
(2) a map showing the geographical location, surface area, and, if appropriate, bathymetry of the area, along with a legal and narrative description of the boundaries and a justification of the size of the area which merits special attention;
(4) a summary of the resource values and use conflicts, if any, in the area; and
(5) an analysis showing that designation of an area which merits special attention is the district's preferred planning and management mechanism for meeting the objectives of the proposal and the program.
(c) Development and office approval of a plan for an area which merits special attention inside a district must follow the procedures for approval of a district plan or significant amendment as described in 11 AAC 114.300 - 11 AAC 114.360.
(d) A plan for an area which merits special attention inside a district must preserve, protect, enhance, or restore each value for which the area was designated.
History: Eff. 7/1/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 46.39.010
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