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									                          City and Borough of Sitka
                        Coastal Management Program
                        Public Use Management Plan
           Enforceable Policies and Management Recommendations

Effective Dates:

June 18, 1993

      Original Sitka Public Use Management Plan goes into effect.

June 10, 1997

      Sitka Public Use Management Plan undergoes a minor revision to revise
      enforceable policies 3 and 6, add new enforceable policy 9, add a definition of
      “mariculture,” add two new Special Management Areas (Leesoffskaia Bay and
      Kalinin Bay), and add new Forest Service cabins and shelters as Special
      Management Areas.


The following policies were developed and revised by members of the Coastal
Management Citizens Committee. These policies apply only to those locations within
the Sitka Coastal District specifically listed as “Special Management Areas” within the
Public Use Management Plan. These policies supplement, and do not replace, the
policies on the 1989 Revised Sitka Coastal Management Program.

1.    Tideland uses shall be compatible with the recreation nature of the upland use
      at public cabin and trailhead Special Management Areas.

2.    Where feasible and prudent, a minimum “no development” buffer of 100 feet
      shall be maintained on each side of the bank of each sockeye stream as well as
      the entire lake to 200 feet from the lakeshore landward, in order to protect the
      sockeye resource. If a stream-by-stream review is conducted by the Alaska
      Department of Fish and Game, the buffer, which also establishes the boundary
      of the Special Management Area, may be adjusted to protect and perpetuate
      both the passage and spawning areas on these sockeye streams, through an
      Alaska Coastal Management program amendment process.



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3.   U.S. Forest Service Public use cabins, shelters and trails shall be managed for
     recreation and conflicting uses not permitted, within a Special Management
     Area boundary of 200 feet around the cabin. Where located on a lake, this
     boundary shall include the entire lake and a 200 foot buffer strip around the
     lakeshore.

4.   Floating facilities shall be prohibited within the boundaries of Special
     Management Areas except for the recreation and/or subsistence resources
     within the Special Management Areas. Exceptions to this policy may be made
     only after a consistency review or other public process determines that there is
     greater public benefit by permitting a use (e.g., temporary moorage of a fish
     buying scow) in a Special Management Area than the public benefit accrued by
     protecting that Special Management Area exclusively for recreation and/or
     subsistence uses. Existing leases and special use permits within the Special
     Management Areas are exempted from these policies. If the lease or permit is
     renewed or the project is modified, it would then become subject to the policies
     in this Plan.

5.   Where feasible and prudent, a “buffer strip” of 100 feet shall be maintained on
     each side of all trails listed as Special Management Areas, for the protection of
     the trail and the recreational experience. If it would be necessary to cause a
     significant adverse impact to the trail, the trail should be relocated where the
     buffer can be maintained. Where feasible and prudent, all viewpoint, scenic
     areas, and other unique recreational features of the trail shall be protected.

6.   Where feasible and prudent, all land- and water-based uses which conflict with
     the management of the Special Management Areas shall be prohibited. These
     uses include, but are not limited to: structures (temporary or permanent) except
     for public use facilities; beach or water storage of logs or equipment;
     mariculture/aquaculture facilities of any type, including temporary uses such as
     herring pounds; and all floating facilities, other than for short term, temporary
     use as described under Policy 4. This policy does not preclude the development
     of fish enhancement projects, including remote fish release sites, when a need is
     shown and proper evaluation, including a formal public process, has been
     completed. Existing lease and special use permits within the Special
     Management Area are exempted from these policies. If the lease or permit is
     renewed or the project is modified, it would then become subject to the policies
     in this plan.


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7.   New transportation facilities are exempted from all other enforceable policies
     contained in this Chapter, but must meet the criteria described below. Existing
     transportation facilities are exempted from all enforceable policies and are not
     restricted as to repair or modifications. Transportation facilities include, but are
     not limited to: log transfer facilities (LTF), log storage area associated with
     LTFs; and road construction within or across a Special Management Area. This
     policy does not preclude management of the Tongass National Forest by
     restricting facilities that are required to manage the uplands in a manner
     consistent with the land use designation for the area.

     Criteria to be used in the consideration of siting of new transportation facilities
     are:

     a.     Where feasible and prudent, transportation facilities shall be located
            outside Special Management Areas.

     b.     If it is necessary to locate a transportation facility within a Special
            Management Area, the immediate vicinity of identified Special
            Management Area recreation sites (such as cabins, popular camping or
            picnic areas, and streams commonly used for recreational and subsistence
            fishing) shall be avoided.

     c.     Log storage sites associated with the LTFs will be kept to the minimum
            size needed to serve the LTF. Logs will be removed to alternative sites
            outside the Special Management Area as soon as is practical.

     d.     Facilities within a Special Management Area shall be kept to the
            minimum area necessary to provide for safe operation of the facility.

     e.     A need must be shown proper evaluation, including a formal public
            process, must be completed.

8.   Major public recreational sites along the Sitka road system have no protection
     or assurance against conflicting uses of the adjacent tidelands.
     Therefore, the tidelands and waters from Mean High Tide line to 200 feet below
     the Mean Lower Low Tide line immediately seaward from several major public
     recreational use sites shall be closed to all uses incompatible with the primary
     use of public recreation. These major recreational sites, (listed from the south


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      end in the downtown area to the north end of the road system) with
      management authority noted in parenthesis, are as follows (see boundary map):

      a.     Sitka National Historic Park Fort Site Unit (Federal).
      b.     Pioneer Park (State).
      c.     Sandy Beach (Federal/State/Municipal).
      d.     Halibut Point Recreation Area (Federal/State/Municipal).
      e.     Starrigavan Bay Cooperative Project (Federal/State) including Old Sitka
             State Historic Site (State). Shore boundaries for this large multi-
             jurisdictional project are from the northern boundary of the municipal
             lease tidelands on the south end to the point beyond Mosquito Cove on
             the north.

      Incompatible uses include, but are not limited to: floating facilities of all types;
      private mooring facilities; mariculture/aquaculture facilities of all types; water-
      borne storage of all types; and all moorage of other than a purely short-term,
      transitory nature. Exceptions to this policy will be made only after a
      consistency review process determines that there is greater public benefit by
      permitting a use in a Special Management Area adjacent to the listed public
      recreational site than the public benefit accrued by protecting the area
      exclusively for recreational use.

9.    Any structure sited adjacent to a Special Management Area shall not inhibit
      anchorage or access to the Special Management Area.


Management Recommendations

The following provides recommendations rather than enforceable policies, as the Sitka
District has no authority to regulate management of federal lands. However, the
intent of the Coastal Management Citizens Committee is that managing agencies
consider the Coastal Districts preferences for management of these special areas.
Words like “recommend” are not enforceable, and agencies are under no obligation to
consider such policies or recommendations unless they are included as part of
approved enforceable policies under the Alaska Coastal Management Program.

A.    New Forest Service cabins and trails for public use would automatically meet
      the criteria for selection as Special Management Areas under “2. Area is a
      developed or designated recreational facility…”. Newly approved Wild and

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     Scenic Rivers would also automatically meet the Criteria for Selection under “3.
      Area has rare or uncommon physical, geological, geothermal, or cultural
     resources…”. Likewise, cabins, trails, or Wild and Scenic Rivers removed from
     the System would no longer meet the criteria for selection. Cabins, trails, or
     Wild and Scenic Rivers which are added to or removed from the Systems will
     subsequently be added to or deleted from the Special Management Areas
     through a Coastal Program amendment process.

B.   Existing Forest Service road systems should be reviewed through the Forest
     Service road management planning process. Where practical, and consistent
     with the goals and objectives of the applicable road management plan, roads
     should be maintained for long-term continued use for diverse recreation (e.g.,
     hiking, ATV use, biking). Roads left open should not cause water quality or fish
     habitat problems.

C.   Lakes included in the Special Management Areas in the Public Use Management
     Plan should be reviewed by Alaska Department of Fish and Game for fishing
     opportunities, and if practical and desirable, stocked to expand the recreational
     potential at these sites.

D.   No ATV use should be permitted in Special Management Areas, including
     trails, except where an actual need is demonstrated. Exceptions to this policy
     will include those area such as the Kruzof Island road system traditionally used
     by ATVs, where use is common and resource damage is not occurring.

E.   It is strongly recommended that the Forest Service develop a management plan
     for the Special Management Area of Iris Meadows which closes Iris Meadows
     and Shelikof Beach to ATV use and protects the Meadows and Shelikof beach
     ecosystems. ATVs should be permitted only on the existing road system and
     designated trails, and in designated areas where resource damage will not occur
     or is acceptable. Stream crossings should be permitted only in designated
     locations.




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                             City and Borough of Sitka
                           Coastal Management Program
                           Public Use Management Plan
                                    Definitions

Feasible and Prudent: Several of the policies contain the phrase “Where feasible and
prudent.” In the Alaska State Regulations, 6 AAC 80.900.
DEFINITIONS, (20) „Feasible and prudent‟ means consistent with sound engineering
practice and not causing environmental, social or economic problems that outweigh
the public benefit to be derived from compliance with the standard which is modified
by the term „feasible and prudent‟. Where a public process (such as the NEPA or
Consistency Review process) determines that an Enforceable Policy is not feasible or
prudent with respect to the proposed activity, the Policy will not preclude any agency
from exercising its regulatory responsibilities to manage its lands.

Floating Facility: For purposes of these policies, a floating facility is defined as a
boat, houseboat, barge, or any structure located on a raft that is moored or anchored
in one location for a period of 14 days or more, during which time it is not primarily
used for transportation. Floating facilities may be powered or not. Floating facilities
located in harbors and marinas are excluded from this definition. Floating facilities
can generally be separated into the following use categories, including, but not limited
to:

      Fishing related - processors, buying scows;

      Mariculture/aquaculture related - operations facilities and bunkhouses, research
      or educational stations, net pens;

      Transportation and/or Tourism related - seaplane, tour boat, or other waster-
      based operation;

      Timber related - floating mining camps, dredges, support claim development;

      Wild Resource Use - trapping camps, sport fishing lodges; birdwatching stands,
      base camps for recreational activities;

      Floathouses - primarily designed, intended, or fitted out as a residence or place
      of habitation and not an integral component of another use category.

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Public benefit: For purposes of these policies, public benefit is defined as the broad-
based socioeconomic gains accruing to the public from a use or activity which creates
jobs, maintains the Sitka Districts renewable resources, stabilizes or enhances
resource development and economic base, or in other ways serves the public good to a
greater extent than the use or activity adversely impacts the general public and/or
environment.

Mariculture: The captive cultivation (“farming”) and/or release to the sea (“ocean
ranching”) of finfish, shellfish, or other aquatic creatures or plants in the marine
environment. Finfish mariculture is not permitted under Alaska law.




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                             City and Borough of Sitka
                           Coastal Management Program
                           Public Use Management Plan
                                    Boundaries



General Boundaries

The boundaries of the Special Management Areas were established by the Coastal
Management Citizens committee and conceptually approved by the Sitka Assembly for
each specific area. All boundaries are enforceable, and the following enforceable
policies apply inside these Special Management Area boundaries. The boundaries
drawn on the maps are not to scale; the narrative descriptions of the boundaries
should be referenced for specific measurements.

Most of the Special Management Areas with tideland were assigned “standard”
boundaries, as summarized below. A few areas, such as the Iris Meadows/Shelikof
and Kamenoi/Brent‟s Beach Areas, required “non-standard” boundaries specific to
the site; the boundaries of these two areas are also noted below. If the Sitka Coastal
District considers it appropriate in the future, an adjustment of the boundaries can
occur through an Alaska Coastal Management Program amendment process.

The following criteria were used to establish “standard” boundaries of Special
Management Areas encompassing tidelands;

      “Upper” boundary - 200 feet shoreward from the mean high tide (officially
      known as mean high water) which is the tidal water level +9.1 feet above the 0.0
      tidal datum.

      “Lower boundary” - 200 feet seaward from the mean lower low tide (officially
      known as mean lower low water), which is the 0.0 feet tidal datum.

The following identifies the “standard” boundaries for tidelands, and the two
boundaries which are “site specific”. (Enforceable Policies 2, 3, 5, and 8, as well as
Management Recommendation A also contains boundary references):



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       1.     Unless otherwise identified in the boundary maps of the Special
              Management Areas in the Public Use Plan, all sites encompassing
              tidelands shall have as an upper boundary 200 feet landward from mean
              high tide (+9.1 feet) as a buffer along the contiguous upper beach, and
              extend to a lower boundary of 200 feet seaward from mean lower low
              tide (0.0 tidal datum).

       2.     The boundary for the Iris Meadows/Shelikof Forest Service Cabin
              Special Management Area is 100 feet from each side of the former
              logging road to Mud Bay (Forest Service Road #7590) and along the
              South Spur Road to Point Mary (Forest Service Road #482), along the
              beach to 20 feet landward from Mean High Tide to the southern end of
              Port Mary, in a direct line to the point between Golleta and Cuvacan
              Coves, and along the outer fringe of the Meadows generally bordered by
              the roads, as detailed in the boundary map on page 45.

       3.     The boundary for the Kamenoi Beach and Brent‟s Beach Special
              Management Area shall be one integrated boundary from Point Brown to
              Mountain Point, as well as general boundaries specified above 200 feet
              above Mean High Tide; and 200 feet around the cabin as detailed in the
              map on page 39.



SPECIAL MANAGEMENT AREAS

Kruzof Island Vicinity

Brent’s Beach Forest Service Cabin and Kamenoi Beach

       200 feet around cabin; 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide and 200 feet
       Seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide from Point Brown to Mountain Point.

Freds Creek Forest Service Cabin; Mt. Edgecumbe National Recreation Trail

       200 feet around cabin; 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide, and 200 feet
       seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide along contiguous beach; 100 feet from each
       side of trail.


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Head of Krestof Sound through Dry Pass; Road to Gilmer Bay

       All contiguous tideflats through Dry Pass to 200 feet landward from Mean High
       Tide and 200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide; 100 feet from each side of
       former logging road to Gilmer Bay.

Kalinin Bay (South of Salisbury Sound)

       Entire Kalinin Bay to 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide Line.

Iris Meadows: Shelikof Forest Service Cabin, Trail, and Bay; Road to Mud Bay

       100 feet from each side of the former logging road to Mud Bay and along the
       South Spur Road to Port Mary; along the beach to 200 feet landward from
       Mean High Tide to the southern end of Port Mary, in a direct line to the point
       between Goletta and Cuvacan Coves, along the outer fringe of Iris Meadows
       generally bordered by the roads.

Magoun Island/Port Krestof State Marine Park

       Per Park boundaries, generally along section lines encompassing all of Port
       Krestof Tide Flats and all the Magoun Island.

North Beach Shelikof Forest Service Cabin (east of Shelikof Bay)

       200 feet around cabin; 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide and 200 feet
       seaward of Mean Lower Low Water along contiguous beach.

Sealion Cove and Trail

       All beach areas and 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide and 200 feet seaward
       of Mean Lower Low Tide along entire Cove, excluding privately owned lands;
       100 feet from each side of trail. The entire Special Management Area is State
       selected.

Sinitsin Island

       200 feet landward of Mean High Tide to 200 feet Seaward of Mean Lower Low
       Tide in all areas where black seaweed is gathered.

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St. Lazaria Island

       200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide around St. Lazaria Island.


West Chichagof Island Vicinity

Didrickson Trail and Lake

       100 feet from each side of trail; entire Didrickson Lake to 200 feet from
       lakeshore landward.

Ford Arm Sockeye Stream and Lake System

       200 feet around outlet of sockeye stream; 100 feet from each side of stream; 200
       feet from lakeshore landward.

Goulding Lakes Forest Service Cabin: Goulding Harbor, Trail, and Lakes System

       200 feet around cabin; 100 feet along each side of trail; Goulding Harbor 200
       feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide and 200 feet landward of Mean High
       Tide; all of west three Goulding Lakes to 200 feet from lakeshore landward.

Klag Bay Sockeye Stream and Lake System

       200 feet around outlet of sockeye stream; 100 feet each side of streams; 200 feet
       from lakeshore landward.

Lake Anna Sockeye Stream and Lake System

       200 feet around outlet of sockeye stream; 100 feet each side of stream; 200 feet
       from lakeshore landward.

Leo Anchorage Sockeye Stream and Lake System

       200 feet around outlet of sockeye stream; 100 feet each side of stream; 200 feet
       from lakeshore landward.


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Myriad Island and White Sisters Islands

       Entire island group to 200 feet Seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide.

Suloia Lake Forest Service Cabin, Lake, and Trail

       200 feet around cabin; 100 feet from each side of trail; entire Lake to 200 feet
       from lakeshore landward.

White Sulphur Hot Springs, Forest Service Cabin, Lake, and Trail; Mirror Harbor; Sea Level
Slough; Dry Pass Trail and Harbor

       200 feet around cabin; 100 feet along each side of trail from promontory west
       of cabin to Mirror Harbor and all of Dry Pass Trail; White Sulphur Lake and
       Sea Level Slough to 200 feet landward from shore; entirety of Mirror Harbor
       including Fleming Island Cabin to 200 feet landward from shore; and Dry Pass
       and adjoining harbor to 200 feet shoreward of Mean High Tide and 200 feet
       Seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide.


East Chichagof Island Vicinity

Fick Cove

       Entire Cove, including tideflats, to 200 feet shoreward of Mean High Tide.

Kadashan Bay

       200 feet seaward from Mean Lower Low Tide and 200 feet landward from
       Mean High Tide; uplands at head of Bay not under private ownership to 100
       contour line.

Kook Lake Forest Service Cabin, Lake, and Trail; Basket Bay; Kook Lake Sockeye Stream and
Lake System

       200 feet around cabin; 100 feet from each side of trail; 100 feet from each side
       of stream; entire lake to 200 feet from lakeshore landward; and entire Basket
       Bay to 200 feet landward from Mean High Tide, excluding LTF if
       reconstructed, and road.

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Lisianski River, Lake, and Trail; North Arm Hoonah sound Tideflats

       Entire tideflat area to 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide and 200 feet
       seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide; 100 feet from south side of trail to 100 feet
       north of north bank of River to Coastal District Boundary; entire lake to 200
       feet from lakeshore landward.

Moser Island Forest Service Cabin; Adjacent Seal Rookery

       200 feet around cabin; 200 feet landward from Mean High Tide and 200 feet
       seaward from Mean Lower Low Tide along entire contiguous beach on both
       sides of spit; small seal rookery islands to south to 200 feet seaward from Mean
       Lower Low Tide.

Sitkoh Lake Forest Service Cabins, Lake, and Trail; Upper Sitkoh Bay and Tideflats; Sitkoh
Lake Sockeye Stream and Lake System

       200 feet around cabins; 100 feet from each side of trail; 100 feet from each side
       of stream; entire lake to 200 feet from lakeshore landward; Upper Sitkoh Bay
       and tideflats from eastern end of Sitkoh Creek tideflats across Sitkoh Bay and
       landward to edge of road rights-of-ways around upper Bay, excluding LTF and
       privately owned lands.

Ushk Bay

       200 feet landward of Mean High Tide and 200 feet seaward of Mean Lower
       Low Tide along entire bay to land points approximately mid-Bay, except for
       previously leased log storage area.

Vixen Island Seal Haulouts

       Vixen Island to 200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide.




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North Baranof Island Vicinity

Allan Point Forest Service Cabin (in Nakwasina Sound)

       200 feet around cabin; 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide and 200 feet
       seaward of Mean Lower Low Water along contiguous beach.

Baranof Warm Springs Forest Service Cabin, Lake, and Trail; Sadie Lake and Trail

       200 feet around cabin; 100 feet along each side of both trails; all of Baranof
       Warm Springs Lake and Sadie Lake to 200 feet from lakeshore landward;
       eastern portion of Warm Springs Bay to 200 feet landward from Mean High
       Tide (excluding private lands) and 200 feet seaward from Mean Lower Low
       Tide as far east as Point Salt on south shore and point west of Manleyville to
       the east of Sadie Creek on north shore.

       Note: The State has selected all land within the Special Management Area within the E  Sec 24, T55S,
       R66E, all land within the W  Sec 19, T55S, R67E and the shoreland in the N  NW 1/4 Sec 30,
       T55S, R67E.

Big Bear/Baby Bear Bays State Marine Park

       Per Park boundaries, generally along section lines to Yellow Point in the north,
       encompassing all of Bear and Baby Bear Bays, and to south of Point Siroi.

Chaichei Island; Unnamed Islands

       Entire Chaichei Island Group to 200 feet Seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide;
       entire unnamed island group south of Crow Island and east of Gagarin Island
       to 200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide. The Chaichei Islands group is
       State selected. The Unnamed Islands group is State land.

Fish Bay Hot Springs and Trail

       100 feet on each side of trail to Springs; 200 feet around each spring.




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Hanus Bay; Portage; Dead Tree Islands

       Entire intertidal area through Portage to 200 feet landward of High Tide and
       200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide, excluding existing LTF leases; Dead
       Tree Islands to 200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide, excluding leased log
       storage areas.

Kakul Narrows Forest Service Shelter (east of Salisbury Sound) - see Piper Island map

       200 feet around cabin or shelter; 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide and 200
       feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Water along contiguous beach.

Kelp Bay Basin and Pond Island

       Entire Basin area including Pond, Crow, and adjacent islands to 200 feet
       seaward on Mean Lower Low Tide and contiguous waters to 200 feet landward
       to Mean High Tide from South Point to eastern point of Pond Island.

Lake Eva Forest Service Cabin, Lake, and Trail; Lake Eva Sockeye Stream and Lake System

       200 feet around cabin; entire lake to 200 feet from lakeshore landward; 100 feet
       from north side of stream to 100 feet from south side of trail; contiguous
       tidelands at stream and trail outlet to 200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low
       Tide.

Nakwasina Passage to head of Nakwasina sound

       200 feet landward of Mean High Tide on both sides of Nakwasina Passage from
       the point to the west where the passage narrows to the southern contiguous
       beach south of Allen Point; all tidelands and northeast contiguous beaches at
       head of Nakwasina Sound to 200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide and
       200 feet landward of Mean High Tide.

Neva Strait Forest Service Shelter (southeast of Salisbury Sound)

       200 feet around shelter; 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide and 200 feet
       seaward of Mean Lower Low Water along contiguous beach.



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Otstoia Island Forest Service Shelter (Southeast of Hoonah Sound)

       200 feet around shelter; 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide and 200 feet
       seaward of Mean Lower Low Water along contiguous beach.

Piper Island Forest Service Cabin (in Schulze Cove north of Fish Bay)

       200 feet around cabin or shelter; 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide and 200
       feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Water along contiguous beach.

Siginaka Islands

       Islands to 200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide, and contiguous waters
       between the islands.

Sitka Public Recreational Facilities Tidelands

       Tidelands and waters from Mean High Tide to 200 feet below Mean Lower
       Low Tide immediately seaward from the following major public recreational
       facilities along the Sitka road system; Sitka National Historical Park--Fort Site
       Unit, Pioneer Park, Sandy Beach, Halibut Point Recreation Area, and
       Starrigavan Bay Cooperative Project including Old Sitka State Historical Site.
       Starrigavan Project boundaries are from northern boundary of Samson Tug and
       Barge municipal lease tidelands on the south end to point beyond Mosquito
       Cove on the north.


South Baranof Island and Vicinity

Avoss Lake Forest Service Cabin

       200 feet around cabin; entire lake to 200 feet from lakeshore landward.

Goddard Hot Springs; Kolosh Island; Kliuchevoi Bay; Trail to Redoubt Lake

       200 feet around bathhouses and entire Hot Springs Hill; entire Kliuchevoi Bay,
       exclusive of privately owned lands, to 200 feet landward from Mean High Tide;
       Hot Springs Bay area between anchorage seaward from bathhouses and Kolosh


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       Island; entire Kolosh Island to 200 feet seaward from Mean Lower Low Tide;
       100 feet from each side of Trail to Redoubt Lake.

Kanga Bay Forest Service Cabin (east of Sitka Sound)

       200 feet around cabin; 200 feet landward of Mean High Tide and 200 feet
       seaward of Mean Lower Low Water along contiguous beach.

Leesoffskaia Bay (southeast of Eastern Channel, Sitka Sound)

       Entire inner bay and northwesterly passage to 200 feet landward of Mean High
       Tide and 200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Water along contiguous beach.

Pirate’s Cove; Samsing Cove Forest Service Cabin and Cove; Three Entrance Bay

       200 feet around cabin; entire Cove and Bay areas to 200 feet landward from
       Mean High Tide and 200 feet seaward to Mean Lower Low Tide.

Plotnikof Lake and Davidof Lake Forest Service Cabins, Lakes, and Trail

       200 feet around cabins; entire lakes to 200 feet from lakeshores landward; 100
       feet from each side of trail.

Port Banks

       Entire Bay to 200 feet landward from Mean High Tied and 200 feet seaward
       from Mean Lower Low Tide.

Red Bluff Bay; Fall Lake Sockeye Stream and Lane System

       Red Bluff Bay -- entire “Red Bluff” area, 200 feet landward to Mean High Tide
       to 200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide along entire Bay. 200 feet around
       outlet of sockeye stream; 100 feet from each side of stream; 100 feet from
       lakeshore landward.

Redfish Bay Sockeye Stream and Lake System

       200 feet around outlet of sockeye stream; 100 feet each side of stream; 100 feet
       from Tumakof lakeshore landward.

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Redoubt Lake Forest Service Cabin and Lake; Redoubt sockeye Stream and Lake System

       200 feet around cabin; entire lake to 200 feet from lakeshore landward; 200 feet
       around outlets of sockeye streams; 100 feet from each side of streams.

Salmon Lake Forest Service Cabin, Lake, and Trail; Trail to Redoubt Lake

       200 feet landward from Mean High Tide and 200 feet seaward from Mean
       Lower Low Tide along shore contiguous to stream; Trail and Stream to Salmon
       Lake --100 feet from west side of stream to 100 feet east of Redoubt Trail; 200
       feet around cabin; entire Salmon Lake to 200 feet from lakeshore landward; 100
       feet from each side of trail to Redoubt Lake.

Sashin Lake Trail

       100 feet along each side of trail; entire Sashin Lake and Round Lake to 200 feet
       from lakeshores landward.

Secluded Bay (Necker Bay)/Benzeman Lake Sockeye Stream and Lake System

       200 feet around outlet of sockeye stream; 100 feet from each side of stream; 100
       feet from lakeshore landward.

Sevenfathom Bay Forest Service Cabin

       200 feet around cabin; Bay to 200 feet shoreward on Mean High Tide and 200
       feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide.

Taigud Islands

       Entire island group to 200 feet seaward from Mean Lower Low Tide.

West Redoubt Bay Islets

       Entire Islets to 200 feet seaward of Mean Lower Low Tide.




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Yamani Cove and Islets; Slate Islets; Guibert Island

       Entire Yamani Cove to 200 feet landward from Mean High Tide; Entire
       Yamani, Slate, and Guibert Islets to 200 feet seaward from Mean Lower Low
       Tide.




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