What criteria does the ACMP use to evaluate my project?
applies to projects within or affecting Alaska's coastal
zone. The statewide standards (11 AAC 112) and coastal district
enforceable policies of the ACMP provide direction for coastal
resources and uses, such as:
development (whether a project is water-dependent or
(such as wetlands, tideflats, or streams),
land, and water quality,
and utility routes and facilities,
and mineral processing,
and archaeological resources,
and seafood processing.
Using the statewide
standards and local enforceable policies, the ACMP evaluates the effects
a project will have on the above coastal resources and uses. Projects
must be consistent with the requirements found in the standards and enforceable