Coastal zone change bills heard and held
Proposal to return to more coastal district control over development supported by communities, opposed by administration, industry
Alaska’s coastal communities want a change in the Alaska Coastal Management Program to give them more local control over development. The administration and the oil and gas and mining industries want to keep the changes legislated in 2003 which removed a 17-member policy council and moved control of....
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The NSB view
Doing nothing not an option
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