10 V.S.A. Chapter 49 Protection of Navigable Waters and Shorelands
AbstractThis chapter outlines the protection of navigable waters and shorelands in the state. The chapter gives the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources the authority to create rules to protect the states waters from pollution, protect spawning grounds, fish, and aquatic life, control building sites, placement of structures and land uses, reduce fluvial erosion hazards, reduce property loss and damage, preserve shore cover, natural beauty, and natural stability, and provide for multiple use of waters in a manner to provide for the best interests of the citizens of the state. The chapter also house the Shoreland Protection Act, and the River Corridors protection provisions.
- Year Signed or Took Effect
- Legal Citation
- 10 VSA 1421 et seq.
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10 V.S.A. Chapter 49 Protection of Navigable Waters and Shorelands (1969).