Shoreline management guidebook.

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Washington State Dept. of Ecology, Shorelands & Coastal Zone Management Program , [Olympia, Wash.]
Coastal zone management -- Washington (State) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc, Shore protection -- Washington (State) -- Handbooks, manuals
ContributionsWashington (State). Shorelands & Coastal Zone Management Program.
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Shoreline Management Policies, Permits, and Guidelines 33 CHAPTER 4: COMMISSION REVIEW OF A SHORELINE MANAGEMENT PLAN 37 CHAPTER 5: IMPLEMENTING THE SHORELINE MANAGEMENT PLAN Using the Shoreline Management Plan to Guide Future Development 40 Using the Shoreline Management Plan to Carry Out the Intent of the Standard Land Use Article and Other.

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Shoreline Management Practices As part of our efforts in preserving and protecting our valuable shoreline resources, we put together an educational guide for lake residents and stakeholders, highlighting a basic understanding of our reservoirs, recreational facilities, permitting procedures and best management practices.

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Washington has ab miles of shorelines, which is more than the distance around the earth. We work in partnership with communities, local and tribal governments, and state and federal agencies to meet state and national goals for protecting, restoring, and responsibly developing state shorelines.

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Shoreline Master Programs. The state Shoreline Management Act, through the related policies and regulations of each local shoreline master program (see next question), governs if and where armoring can be used to protect development or provide private access.

The location and design of a bulkhead must conform to local and state shoreline Size: KB. This Resource Management Plan Guidebook(Guidebook) was prepared by the Bureau of Reclamation’s (Reclamation) Technical Service Center (TSC) under the direction and guidance of the Office of Policy.

The Office of Policy and the TSC wish to thank the many individuals throughout the agency who contributed to the preparation of this Guidebook. The guidebook is tailored to meet the particular needs of King County residents.

It lists websites and phone numbers for learning more and getting help from local sources. The guide for shoreline management is a synthesis of the various notions relating to the protection of lakeshores, riverbanks and littoral zones.

This guide provides a simple method for evaluating each type of shore. Owners can then choose easy-to-apply solutions for their property. At the end of the guide, a management practices checklist. Management Guidebook No. 8: Coastal Law Enforcement.

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This is primarily accomplished through the Lake Lanier Shoreline Management Plan, which includes guidance and policies based on regulations and public input for. The Context Report provides a digest of relevant data to support the Shoreline Management Plan and will normally be available as a companion to the SMP report.

A user interested in the form of the SMP and procedures used in its development should refer to the Shoreline Management Plan and read the document in the normal way. the guide. The guide assumes readers have a basic understanding of stream functions and values, as well as basic design and engineering concepts.

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The Catawba-Wateree Shoreline Management Plan was created to maintain and develop reservoir system for Duke Energy's hydroelectric project. Best Management Practices for Soft Engineering of Shorelines 1 Summary and Overview The Problem of Single Purpose Shoreline Development Historically, many river shorelines were stabilized and hardened with concrete and steel to protect develop-ments from flooding and erosion, or to accommodate commercial navigation or industry.

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Best management practices – A set of practices that are determined to be an effective and.