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Division of Coastal and Ocean Management. House Finance Subcommittee FY12 Overview February 22, 2011. DCOM Overview. Division of Coastal and Ocean Management: Coastal Impact Assistance Program Alaska Coastal Management Program

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Division of Coastal and Ocean Management

House Finance Subcommittee

FY12 Overview

February 22, 2011


DCOM Overview

Division of Coastal and Ocean Management:

  • Coastal Impact Assistance Program

  • Alaska Coastal Management Program

  • Tracking federal coastal and ocean issues affecting Alaskan interests

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DCOM Employees and Budget

DCOM employs 33 full-time positions with offices in Anchorage and Juneau

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DCOM Budget

  • Our FY11 operating budget is $4,480.4

  • Our FY12 operating budget request is $4,691.7 made up of:

    • $2,679.0 Federal Funds (57%)

    • $1,672.6 General Fund Match (36%)

    • $95.5 Inter Agency Receipts (2%)

    • $244.6 CIP Receipts (5%)

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Coastal Impact Assistance Program (CIAP)

  • CIAP Background – authorizes distribution of $960 million to the six Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) oil and gas producing states to mitigate the impacts of OCS oil and gas activities.

  • Allocation to Alaska – Alaska’s CIAP allocation is $79,407.4

    • 35% directly to eligible political subdivisions

    • 65% directly to the State

      • State agency initiated projects

      • Publically solicited projects

      • Named municipalities and coastal resource service areas

      • Western Alaska Salmon Coalition

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Coastal Impact Assistance Program

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Alaska Coastal Management Program (ACMP)

  • Federally authorized, voluntary State program

  • State oversees responsible development of coastal uses and resources, federal activities within the coastal zone, and federally permitted activities on the Outer Continental Shelf

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Alaska Coastal Management Program (ACMP)

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Alaska Coastal Management ProgramDCOM Administration and Implementation

  • $2,512.6 total for DCOM administration and implementation

    • $840.0 federal

    • $1,672.6 general fund match

    • DCOM provides the additional required match for municipalities (50%) and service areas (80%)

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Alaska Coastal Management Program (ACMP)

  • Primary tool to implement the ACMP is the consistency review process

    • Proposed resource development activities are reviewed for compliance with the ACMP Statewide Standards (11 AAC 112) and the coastal district enforceable policies

    • State implements ACMP through a networked structure where state departments and divisions participate in the implementation of the ACMP

    • Includes local component where coastal municipalities and service areas voluntarily participate in the implementation of the ACMP

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Alaska Coastal Management Program (ACMP)

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Alaska Coastal Management Program (ACMP)

ACMP Federal Funding Distribution

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Alaska Coastal Management ProgramDCOM Administration and Implementation

  • DCOM is responsible for all aspects of the ACMP

    • Administer federal grant and state agency contracts

    • Establish funding allocations

    • Evaluate district grant awards

    • Guide, review, and approve district planning projects

    • Guide and support districts in managing and implementing local coastal management plans

    • Provide staff support and research on ACMP issues

    • Facilitate project consistency review process

    • Coordinate ACMP implementation

    • Share ACMP information with interested parties

    • Other ACMP initiatives

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Alaska Coastal Management ProgramState Agency Implementation

  • Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development

    • Administers ACMP grants to districts

  • Departments of Fish & Game, Environmental Conservation and Natural Resources

    • Conduct single agency consistency reviews

    • Participate in DCOM coordinated consistency reviews

    • Provide ACMP-related monitoring and compliance activities

  • Department of Law

    • Provides DCOM with legal advice and other legal services

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Alaska Coastal Management ProgramState Agency Implementation

  • $960.0 total for State agency implementation (includes $480 in federal funds and $480 in state agency funds)

    • $100.0 each to Departments of Commerce, Fish and Game and Law, and Division of Mining, Land and Water

    • $50.0 to Department of Environmental Conservation

    • $15.0 to Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys

    • $7.5 each to Divisions of Forestry and Parks

    • State agencies match ACMP funds 1-to-1

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Alaska Coastal Management ProgramCoastal District Implementation

  • Required tasks for coastal districts include

    • Participate in all ACMP consistency reviews

    • Provide local ACMP coordination, outreach, and education

    • Serve as the local ACMP contact

    • Attend ACMP sponsored conferences and workshops

    • Administer ACMP grant and report accordingly

    • CRSA’s also hold board meetings, administer annual work plans, and encourage participation in board elections

  • Coastal district provide match

    • Municipalities – 50%

    • CRSAs – 20%

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Alaska Coastal Management ProgramCoastal District Planning and Implementation

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Alaska Coastal Management ProgramProgram Changes and Improvements

Enhancement Grants

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DCOM Issues

  • ACMP Sunset Provision – Terminates ACMP on July 1, 2011

  • Division of Legislative Audit – ACMP Audit

  • HB 106 and SB 45 – Governor bills extending ACMP by 6 years

  • SB 56 – Senate Finance bill extending ACMP by 1 year

  • Consistency Review Regulations 11 AAC 110

  • ABC List – expedited consistency reviews

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