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Title 20 . Miscellaneous Boards and Commissions
Chapter 5 . Mental Health Trust Authority
Section 682. Point system for the Kodiak roe herring gillnet fishery

20 AAC 05.682. Point system for the Kodiak roe herring gillnet fishery

(a) Past Participation. A maximum of 16 points will be awarded to an applicant for participation in the fishery based upon the following:

(1) Past participation as a gillnet gear operator.

    

    

Year Points 1978 7 1979 9 1980 9

(2) In years when an applicant did not participate as a gear operator, but did participate as a crewmember in the fishery, 1 point will be awarded for each year of participation, 1978 through 1980.

(b) Consistent Participation. A maximum of 14 points will be awarded to an applicant for consistent participation in the fishery as a gear operator based on either of the following:

    

    

Minimum Number of Five-day Periods In Which Landings Were Made Year To Show Consistent Participation Points 1978 2 6 1979 2 8 1980 2 8 or,

    

    

Minimum Number of Pounds Landed Year To Show Consistent Participation Points 1978 1,750 6 1979 2,050 8 1980 3,500 8

(c) Economic Dependence. A maximum of 24 points will be awarded for economic dependence on the gillnet fishery, in accordance with the following:

(1) Points for income dependence may be awarded for each year, 1978 - 1980, in which an applicant participated as a gear operator. A maximum of 7 points will be awarded for income dependence based on the following:

    

    

Minimum Kodiak Roe Herring Gill/net Gross Earnings Earned as a Gear Operator Year to Demonstrate Income Dependence Points 1978 $ 350 2 1979 1,650 4 1980 1,200 4

(2) The commission will award a maximum of 2 points to an applicant for investment in a vessel as of December 31, 1980, which was used or to be used in a commercial roe herring gillnet fishery in the State of Alaska.

(3) The commission will award a maximum of 8 points to an applicant for ownership of gear used or to be used in the Kodiak roe herring gillnet fishery as follows:

(A) 4 points if the applicant owned the gear on May 1, 1979;

(B) 4 points if the applicant owned the gear on May 1, 1980; and

(C) 4 points if the applicant owned the gear on December 31, 1980.

(4) If two or more eligible applicants share in the investment in vessel or gear, the commission will award points under (2) and (3) of this subsection based on the ratio of the applicant's investment interest to the total investment interest of all applicants.

(5) Availability of alternative occupations in the location of the applicant's domicile as of the qualification date. (Maximum of 7 points possible.)

(A) An applicant is entitled to 7 points if his or her domicile is located

(i) more than 30 road miles from the boundary of a "place" with a population of at least 5,000 and less than 10,000 as of the 1980 census, and

(ii) more than 40 road miles from the boundary of a "place" with a population of 10,000 or more as of the 1980 census, and

(iii) more than 40 road miles from an "urbanized area" as of the 1980 census.

(B) An applicant is entitled to 4 points if his or her domicile is located

(i) within 30 road miles of the boundary of a "place" with a population of at least 5,000 and less than 10,000 as of the 1980 census, and

(ii) more than 40 road miles from the boundary of a "place" with a population of 10,000 or more as of the 1980 census, and

(iii) more than 40 road miles from an "urbanized area" as of the 1980 census.

(C) An applicant is entitled to 0 points if his or her domicile is located within 40 road miles of the boundary of a "place" with a population of 10,000 or more, or within 40 road miles of an "urbanized area," as of the 1980 census.

(D) An applicant from a 0- or 4-point area may receive up to the maximum of 9 points through a special showing that there is no reasonable daily access from the applicant's domicile to the "places" and "urbanized areas" referred to in (B) or (C) of this paragraph, as applicable.

(E) "Place" means an area recognized as a place in Appendix A of the United States Department of Commerce 1980 Census of Population, Volume 1, "Characteristics of the Population," Chapter B, "General Population Characteristics," Part 3, which is incorporated into this section by reference.

(F) "Urbanized area" means a city of 50,000 or more and its surrounding urban areas; it is defined specifically in Appendix A of the United States Department of Commerce 1980 Census of Population, Volume 1, "Characteristics of the Population," Chapter B, "General Population Characteristics," Part 3, which is incorporated into this section by reference.

History: Eff. 10/30/82, Register 84; am 1/10/86, Register 97

Authority: AS 16.43.100

AS 16.43.110

AS 16.43.250 (a)

AS 16.43.260 (e)

Editor's note: Appendix A of the 1980 Census, adopted by reference in 20 AAC 05.682(c) (5), may be obtained from the Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission, P.O. Box KB, Juneau, Alaska 99811.


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