Are state agency’s rules and programs (hereafter referred to as “land use programs”) which are:
Specifically referenced in the statewide planning goals; or
Reasonably expected to have significant effects on:
Resources, objectives or areas identified in the statewide planning goals; or
Present or future land uses identified in acknowledged comprehensive plans.
Do not include state agency rules and programs, including any specific activities or functions which occur under the rules and programs listed in paragraph (2)(a)(A) of this rule, if:
An applicable statute, constitutional provision or appellate court decision expressly exempts the requirement of compliance with the statewide goals and compatibility with acknowledged comprehensive plans; or
The rule, program, or activity is not reasonably expected to have a significant effect on:
Resources, objectives or areas identified in the statewide goals; or
Present or future land uses identified in acknowledged comprehensive plans; or
A state agency transfers or acquires ownership or an interest in real property without making any change in the use or area of the property. Action concurrent with or subsequent to a change of ownership that will affect land use or the area of the property is subject to either the statewide goals or applicable city or county land use regulations.