3 edition of Public opinion on shoreline management in Washington State found in the catalog.
Public opinion on shoreline management in Washington State
Douglas J. Canning
by Shorelands and Environmental Assistance Program, Washington State Dept. of Ecology in Olympia, Wash
Written in English
Compares the results of two public opinion surveys (1983 and 1996) on shoreline management in Washington State.
|Statement||Douglas J. Canning.|
|Series||Publication -- 04-06-028, Publication (Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology) -- no. 04-06-028.|
|Contributions||Washington (State). Shorelands and Environmental Assistance Program., Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
The Shoreline Management Act (SMA) requires each city and county to review, and, if necessary, revise their SMP. The state legislature set a staggered schedule that alternates with similar reviews under the Growth Management Act. The SMA establishes a schedule for periodic reviews in RCW Reviews are due on June 30 of the years listed below, and every eight years thereafter for. The Washington State Legislature adopted the Shoreline Management Act of to provide for the management of Washington shorelines by planning for and fostering all reasonable and appropriate uses in a manner intended to promote and enhance the public interest. The Act constituted a legislative alternative to a proposed – and.
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Public Opinion on Shoreline Management in Washington State(Publication ). Washington Department of Ecology, Olympia. This document was funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration with funds appropriated for. Author(s) Douglas Canning: Description: This report summarizes the principle results of public opinion surveys conducted for the Department of Ecology in andand provides the script of the telephone survey used in by Washington State University researchers.
Coastal Zone Management, shorelines, shoreline management, coastal zone: RELATED PUBLICATIONS: Title: Public Opinion on Shoreline Management in Washington State Survey of Washington Households on the Shoreline Management Act and Related Shoreline Issues.
Public Opinion on Shoreline Management in Washington State Where the SMA applies The SMA applies to major water bodies and their adjacent shorelands throughout WashingtonFile Size: 1MB.
Wetlands. Wetlands are critical to the overall health of watersheds by providing flood control, groundwater recharge, and providing wildlife habitat. Wetlands cover approximatelyacres in Washington. Under state and federal law, we provide guidance and technical assistance to local governments and landowners.
1. When a local jurisdiction designates critical areas under the Growth Management Act (RCW A), it is not obligated to include, as designated critical areas, shorelines of statewide significance or other shorelines within the jurisdiction; however, the jurisdiction should designate those shorelines within the area, or portions of them, and meet the statutory criteria for designation (RCW.
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.
Our Shoreline Master Programs Handbook is designed to guide local governments through the process of developing Shoreline Master Programs to meet requirements under the state Shoreline Management Act and our Shoreline Master Program Handbook builds on more than 40 years of collective state and local government experience developing and administering shoreline.
Introduction to shoreline permits Washington's Shoreline Management Act (SMA) establishes a local/state partnership in administering shoreline permits.
Local governments have the primary responsibility for initiating the planning required by the act and administering the regulatory program. The Department of Ecology's role is twofold. Shoreline Master Programs (SMPs) are local land-use policies and regulations that guide use of Washington shorelines.
SMPs apply to both public and private uses for Washington's more t miles of lake, stream, wetland, and marine shorelines. Shoreline Management Act. The Shoreline Management Act (SMA) requires all counties and most towns and cities with shorelines to develop and implement Shoreline Master Programs.
The law also defines our role in reviewing and approving local programs. The SMA was passed by the Washington Legislature in and adopted by voters in In order to amend the provisions of Alternative Measure B, the "Shoreline Management Act of ," during the current () legislative session, it will be necessary that any such amendment have the approval of a two-thirds majority of the members of each house of the legislature, unless the amendments are contained in a referendum bill.
The Shoreline Management Act (SMA), RCW provides a statewide framework for managing, accessing, and protecting the Washington’s significant shorelines including rivers, lakes, and coastal waters.
Passed by the Washington State Legislature inthe SMA reflects the strong interest of the public in our shorelines and waterways for recreation, protection of natural. The Shoreline Management Act applies to more t miles of shorelines: 2, miles of lake shores, 16, miles of streams, and 2, miles of marine shoreline.
Washington’s Shoreline Man-agement Act (SMA) was passed by the Legislature in and adopted by the public in a referendum. The goal of the SMA is “to prevent the inherent. But it does mean that the State Parks and Recreation Commission, in utilizing for recreational purposes those lands within the Seashore Conservation Area which also fall within the "shorelines" of the state (as above defined), will now have to meet all of the applicable requirements of the Shoreline Management Act [[Orig.
Page 11]] and. Seattle Planning & Development Public Opinion on Seattle Shorelines March Seattle Shoreline Management Tilting Slightly Out of Balance Q5: Shorelines in Seattle – like all shorelines in Washington state - are governed by the state’s Shoreline Management Act. Overview. The Shoreline Management Act (SMA), like the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), was enacted inand its purpose is to manage and protect the shorelines of the state by regulating development in the shoreline area.
A major goal of the Act is "to prevent the inherent harm in an uncoordinated and piecemeal development of the state's shorelines.". From University of North Carolina Wilmington Researchers from East Carolina University and University of North Carolina Wilmington have collaborated to develop an online survey related to people’s experiences during Hurricane Florence and their experiences living on the coast in North Carolina.
The survey is part of a larger study on the impacts of shoreline management [ ]. Purpose The Whatcom County Shoreline Management Program (SMP), WCC Ti is the document that implements the goals and policies of the Shoreline Management Act (SMA) at the local was adopted in in accordance with RCW The goals and policies of the Whatcom County Shoreline Management Program also constitute the shoreline component of the Whatcom County.
Consultation before responding to federal coastal zone management certificates. Shoreline restoration projects — Relief from shoreline master program development standards and use regulations. Local governments authorized to adopt moratoria — Requirements — Public hearing.
Conformance with chapter. The State Legislature passed the Washington State Shoreline Management Act (SMA) in June The SMA was overwhelmingly passed by public initiative in Under the SMA, each county and city was required to prepare a shoreline “master program” in accordance with the shoreline guidelines issued by the State Department of Ecology in washington keene road, building g richland, wa () [email protected] ryand katie klute director mary corley clinical supervisor mailing address keene road, building g richland, wa certified services mental health services: brief intervention treatment case management day support.
State of Washington Environmental and Land Use Hearings Office, several property owners challenged Jefferson County, Washington’s Shoreline Master Program developed at the direction of and with approval from the Washington State Department of Ecology.
The Shoreline Management Act of requires each county to adopt and administer a.