MSB Platting: DNR Remote Recreational Cabins

posted Mar 6, 2011, 1:23 PM by Tim Swezey   [ updated Mar 6, 2011, 1:38 PM ]
State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources Petitioners
 
 
 
The request is to create ten (10) Remote Recreational Cabin Sites RRCS under Alaska State Land 
Survey No. 2009-6 to be known as Sunday Lakes Remote Recreational Cabin Sites. On January 17, 2008 the Platting Board approved the conceptual staking area and a variance from MSB 27.20.030 (A)(B)(l)(2)(3) Access Required, for physical access within legal rights-of-way to subdivision and lots within subdivision. On July 16, 2009 the Platting Board revised the conditions of approval for the variance to Sunday Lakes Staking Area. Each proposed tract exceeds 10 acres and access will be by floatplane and reserved public access easements across state lands.


 
The Matanuska-Susitna Borough Platting Board will hold a public hearing on the Subdivision with variance beginning at 8:30 AM on March 17.2011 in the  Assembly Chambers of the Dorothv Swanda Jones Building. 350 E. Dahlia Avenue. Palmer.

Alaska. We are sending you this notice as required by State Law and Borough Ordinances because your property is within the
subdivision or within 1200' of the petition area. This will be the only public hearing before the PLATTING BOARDand you are
invited to appear.

If you would like to send comments regarding the proposed action, this form may be used for your convenience by filling in the
information above and mailing this notice to the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Platting Division, 350 E. Dahlia, Palmer, Alaska
99645 or Fax (907) 746-7407. Comments received by 3:00 PM one week prior to the meeting will be included in the Platting
Board packet Comments received up to 4:00 PM one day prior to the meeting will be given to the Platting Board in a "Hand
Out" packet the day of the meeting. If there is not enough room above, please attach a separate piece of paper.

Please do not send comments or questions directly to the Platting Board members. Board members may not receive or
engage in ex-parte contact with the applicant, other parties interested in the application, or members of the public
concerning the application or issues presented in the application.

In order to be eligible to file an appeal from a decision of the Platting Board, a person must be designated an interested party
pursuant to MSB15.39.010. An interested party means, (a) the applicant before the Platting Board; or (b) any person affected by
the decision who appeared before the Platting Board and made an oral or written presentation. The procedures governing
appeals to the Board of Adjustment & Appeals are contained in MSB15.39.010-250, which is available on the Matanuska-Susitna
Borough internet home page http://www.matsugov.us.
in the Borough Clerk's office, or at various libraries within the borough.

Case #11-005
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