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The "Hatcher Pass – Government Peak Unit Asset Management & Development Plan” developed by the MSB, provides a general direction for the phased development of the numerous trails, skiing areas, and other recreational facilities in the Government Peak Management Unit. This Plan also provides management intent and management guidelines that are more specific to these developments than that provided by the Alaska, Hatcher Pass Management Plan.
Consistent with the Hatcher Pass Management Plan, this Asset Management Plan is a blueprint for how and where recreational, commerical , and residentialdevelopment can dovetail to create a high-end residential community with year-round recreation at its doorstep. Because most of the usable and developable land for various recreational facilities is owned by the Borough, the revised Hatcher Pass Management Plan recognizes that many of the management decisions in the Government Peak Unit will be made by the Borough and in some cases jointly by the Borough and State.
The State supports the efforts of the Borough in its development of these recreational facilities. The Hatcher Pass Management Plan which was developed and adopted by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources in 2010 helps facilitate the development of these recreational amenities. The Borough actively participated in the development of that plan.
Consistent with a litigation related settlement agreement, the land owned by the Borough must be managed consistent with the Hatcher Pass Management Plan. As a result of this settlement, the Borough adopted the Hatcher Pass Management Plan as well as this Asset Plan. The Alaska Department of Natural Resources, prior to Assembly consideration, found that this Asset Plan is consistent with the Hatcher Pass Management Plan.
Please contact Eileen Probasco with questions at 745-9851.