Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 37. Citizens' Advisory Commission On Federal Areas in Alaska
Section 220. Duties of the Commission.
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AS 41.37.220. Duties of the Commission.

(a) The commission shall consider, research, and hold hearings on the consistency with federal law and congressional intent on management, operation, planning, development, and additions to federal management areas in the state.

(b) The commission shall consider, research, and hold hearings on the effect of federal regulations and federal management decisions on the people of the state.

(c) The commission may, after consideration of the public policy concerns under (a) and (b) of this section, make a recommendation on the concerns identified under (a) and (b) of this section to an agency of the state or to the agency of the United States that manages federal land in the state.

(d) The commission shall consider the views, research, and reports of advisory groups established by it under AS 41.37.230 as well as the views, research, and reports of individuals and other groups in the state.

(e) The commission shall establish internal procedures for the management of the responsibilities granted to it under this chapter.

(f) The commission shall report annually to the governor and the legislature within the first 10 days of a regular legislative session.

(g) The commission shall cooperate with each department or agency of the state or with a state board or commission in the fulfillment of its duties.

(h) All hearings of the commission are subject to AS 44.62.310 . Hearings of the commission held under this section shall be noticed as provided in AS 44.62.190 and 44.62.200, and the hearings shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of AS 44.62.210 .

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