§ 880-X-8F-.14. Protection Of Public Parks And Historic Places
(1) For any publicly owned parks or any places listed on the National Register of Historic Places that may be adversely affected by the proposed operation, each plan shall describe the measures to be used:
(a) To prevent adverse impacts, or
(b) If a person has valid existing rights, as determined under Rule 880-X-7B-.11 of these regulations, or if joint regulatory authority approval is to be obtained under Rule 880-X-7B-.12(d) of these regulations, to minimize adverse impacts.
(2) The Regulatory Authority may require the applicant to protect historic or archaeological properties listed on or eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places through appropriate mitigation and treatment measures. Appropriate mitigation and treatment measures may be required to be taken after permit issuance provided that the required measures are completed before the properties are affected by any mining operation.
Author: Randall C. Johnson(May 20, 1982. Amended: November 14, 1989; effective March 7, 1991. Amended: Filed August 23, 2001; effective September 27, 2001.)
On February 5, 2002, the Office of Surface Mining approved this rulemaking adopted by the commission on August 16, 2001. The effective date of this rule will be March 7, 2002.
Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, § 9-16-71, et seq.
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