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An ordinance which requires that proposed retail developments under 75,000 square feet, but larger than 15,000 square feet, undergo a community impact review and obtain a conditional use permit. The cost of all independent studies and investigations required to complete the review are to be paid by the developer.Year: 2004•State: Alaska•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Homer City Council•Policy: Land Use, Regionalism
This ordinance regulates development of electrical generating power plants in the county. The plant\'s location, development, operation, and transmission lines must protect the public health, safety, convenience, welfare, water resources, air quality, visual resources, cultural resources, land use, and biological resources. An entity that wants to develop an electrical generating power plant must have its permit application approved. The ordinance specifies requirements for the application and penalties for unapproved electrical generation or power plant facilities.Year: 2007•State: Alaska•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Matanuska-Susitna Borough Assembly•Policy: Land Use, Environment, Energy, Health