There are an additional 20 points to be addressed by the proponent, along with 13 supplemental information requests on previous responses. Among this batch is the need for more information on details on fish habitats and harvests, and the use of land for traditional uses, as well as cumulative effects on various aspects of the land.
Once all of the requests have been responded to, the panel will assess whether further information is needed, if there should be a public comment period, or, if satisfied, schedule public hearings. Additional information may also be requested in order for the JRP to prepare its report before or during the public hearings if they are scheduled.
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