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(a) The commission designates the priority classifications 21 - 27 as classifications of applicants for the Goodnews Bay herring gillnet fishery who would suffer significant economic hardship if they do not get a permit from the state, and who will receive entry permits as required by AS 16.43.270 (a).
(b) The commission designates the priority classifications 0 - 8 as classifications of applicants for the Goodnews Bay herring gillnet fishery who would suffer only minor economic hardship if they do not get a permit from the state, and an entry permit originally issued to such an applicant by the commission under AS 16.43.250 (c) will have certain restrictions placed upon its transfer as required by AS 16.43.170 (c) and (e).
History: Eff. 12/31/98, Register 148
Authority: AS 16.43.100
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