30 CFR § 556.204 - How do governments and citizens comment on a proposed Five Year program?
§ 556.204 How do governments and citizens comment on a proposed Five Year program?
BOEM publishes the proposed program in the Federal Register for comment by the public. At the same time, BOEM sends the proposed program to the governors of the affected States and to Congress and the Attorney General of the United States for review and comment.
(a) Governors are responsible for providing a copy of the proposed program to affected local governments in their States. Local governments may comment directly to BOEM, but must also send their comments to the governor of their State.
(b) All comments from any party are due within 90 days after publication of the request for comments in the Federal Register.