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Shoreline quality and accessibility definitions

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Definitions

D-1: Quality of shoreline and water is good to excellent; shoreline is less than or equal to 600 feet from access road.

D-2: Quality of shoreline and water is good to excellent; shoreline is more than 600 feet from access road or is accessible by boat only.

F-1: Quality of shoreline and water is fair to poor; aquatic vegetation is present adjacent to shore; shoreline is less than or equal to 600 feet from access road.

F-2: Quality of shoreline and water is fair to poor; aquatic vegetation is present adjacent to shore; shoreline is more than 600 feet from access road or is accessible by boat only.

Cliff: Quality of shoreline is poor due to excessive steepness.

Swamp: Quality of shoreline is poor to the extent that frontage is commonly valued as wasteland and rarely on a front foot basis.

 

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