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(1) if the department finds that an oil spill threatens to contaminate a body of water or a management area; and
(A) fishing vessels or tender vessels involved in the response to and cleanup of the oil spill;
(B) fishing vessels, tender vessels, buying stations, processing facilities, and processors who handle, transport, prepare, store, or process seafood caught in the water or management area affected by the threatened oil spill contamination; and
(C) any other fishing vessel or tender vessel operating in a body of water or management area that the department has found to be threatened.
History: Eff. 12/18/97, Register 144; readopt 12/2/99, Register 152
Authority: AS 17.20.005
Editor's note: Effective 12/2/99, Register 152, the Department of Environmental Conservation readopted 18 AAC 34.600, without change, to affirm the validity of that section following statutory amendments made in ch. 72, SLA 1998. Chapter 72, SLA 1998 relocated department authority to adopt regulations in 18 AAC 34 from AS 03.05 to AS 17.20.
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