103B.312 Identifying priority concerns.
Each priority concerns scoping document must contain:
(1) the list of proposed priority concerns the plan will address; and
(2) a description of how and why the priority concerns were chosen, including:
(i) a list of all public and internal forums held to gather input regarding priority concerns, including the dates they were held, a list of participants and affiliated organizations, a summary of the proceedings, and supporting data;
(ii) the process used to locally coordinate and resolve differences between the plan's priority concerns and other state, local, and regional concerns; and
(iii) a list of issues identified by the stakeholders but not selected as priority concerns, why they were not included in the list of priority concerns, and a brief description of how the concerns may be addressed or delegated to other partnering entities.
HIST: 2003 c 128 art 1 s 88
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