4 edition of Coastal Zone Management Act found in the catalog.
Discription based on Pt. II.Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche.Shipping list no.: 90-474-P (pt. 2).March 22, 1990--Pt. II.Serial no. 101-77--Pt. II.
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Analysis of the variance of the GNE (Gross National Expenditure) implicit price index and its components.
Paragraph c 3 covers most organizational changes where the primary structure and responsibilities of the management remain intact.
Government or any agency thereof. b All state program changes shall identify the program approval area s that apply to the program change. This paragraph states that program changes to enforceable policies can only be applied for CZMA Federal consistency review purposes on or after the date NOAA approves the changes.
In making these comments, the commenters assert that NOAA's application of the Federal preemption doctrine to the definition of enforceable policy in CZMA section 304 6a is incorrect.
Paragraph c codifies long-standing NOAA practice and guidance when enforceable policies previously approved by NOAA are no longer enforceable for purposes of Federal consistency review. Therefore, NOAA retains the 21-day comment period. The state-Federal partnership is a cornerstone of the CZMA.
In such instances, NOAA will, to the extent practicable, post the program change to NOAA's Program Change website. 82 c are editorial, non-substantive, or are minor in scope, both procedurally and substantively. This section may be improved by asking that states not provide just public law citations but reference to the codified law as well, to the extent practicable. Despite the disparate viewpoints and multiplicity of agendas, a dynamic process creates a working system of policies, plans, and programs that affect the conservation and development of coastal areas and resources.
NOAA does not believe that the CZMA Federal consistency authority or NOAA's approval of state enforceable policies for incorporation into state management Coastal Zone Management Act, removes the application of Federal preemption to the state enforceable policies. Nonetheless, public notice and an opportunity for public comment is provided through state management program websites and email list serves as well as NOAA's Program Change website and list serve.
Under this act two national programs were created, the National Coastal Zone Management Program CZMP and the. Federal consistency applies to any project that affects a coastal use or resource, whether inside or outside of the coastal zone boundary. If NOAA determines a submission is incomplete, NOAA shall inform the state that the program change review timeline shall not start until the missing information is submitted.
Introduction to Coastal Zone Management. At the core of the Coastal Zone Management Act are two programs: the National Coastal Zone Management Program and the National Estuarine Research Reserve System NERRS.