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(a) The commission finds that special circumstances (set out in detail in the findings of October 20, 1975, which accompanied the proposed regulations) exist requiring the use of the priority classification system in 20 AAC 05.656 for those fisheries designated in 20 AAC 05.310(a) (9) - (a)(13).
(b) For each fishery for which a maximum number of entry permits has been established in 20 AAC 05.320(10) - (14) a point system is used for ranking applicants for entry permits.
(c) A point scale of 0 - 24 is established.
(d) The commission will assign an applicant to one of 25 priority classifications designated by the numbers 0 - 24, based on the total points to which his qualifications, as of the qualification date, entitled him under 20 AAC 05.656. The greater the degree of hardship the applicant would suffer by exclusion from the fishery, the higher the total number of points.
History: Eff. 4/9/76, Register 58
Authority: AS 16.43.100
AS 16.43.110 (a)
AS 16.43.250 (a)
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