- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 41. Public Resources
- Chapter 23. Multiple Use Management of Public Resources
- Section 20. Management.
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. Purpose of AS 41.23.010
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. Incompatible Uses.
AS 41.23.020. Management.
- (a) Management of the surface and subsurface estate of the Nelchina Public Use Area is the responsibility of the
department. After adequate public hearings the commissioner may designate incompatible uses and shall adopt and may
revise a management plan for the Nelchina Public Use Area. With regard to the management of land within the central
caribou calving area described in AS 41.23.040
(b), the commissioner shall obtain the concurrence of the Department of Fish and Game in the adoption and revision of
the management plan. With regard to the management of land within the public use area described in AS 41.23.040(c), the commissioner shall consult with the
Department of Fish and Game in the adoption and revision of the management plan.
- (b) The Department of Fish and Game is responsible for the management of fish and game resources and public use of fish
and wildlife in the Nelchina Public Use Area consistent with the purposes of AS 41.23.010
- (c) The Nelchina Public Use Area shall be open to mineral entry under AS 38.05.185
- 38.05.275, and the commissioner may adopt
regulations to achieve the purposes specified in AS 41.23.010
. Each valid existing right or permit shall remain valid and continue in full force and effect according to its terms.
Exploration, development, and extraction of subsurface resources shall be allowed in a manner that is compatible with
the purposes specified in AS 41.23.010
(1) - (4).
- (d) The state may not acquire by eminent domain privately owned land within or abutting state-owned land described in AS
but may acquire privately owned land by purchase, exchange, or otherwise for inclusion in the Nelchina Public Use
- (e) The commissioner may not manage the Nelchina Public Use Area as a unit of the state park system.
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