Coastal area definition

Coastal area means coastal area as defined in section 22a-93(3) of the Connecticut General Statutes. “Coastal waters” means coastal waters as defined in section 22a-93(5) of the Connecticut General Statutes. “Commissioner” means commissioner as defined in section 22a-2(b) of the Connecticut General Statutes.
Coastal area means the waters of Lake Erie, the islands in the lake, and the lands under and adjacent to the lake, including transitional areas, wetlands, and beaches. The coastal area extends in Lake Erie to the international boundary line between the United States and Canada and landward only to the extent necessary to include shorelands, the uses of which have a direct and significant impact on coastal waters as determined by the director of natural resources.
Coastal area means the area that includes Virginia's portion of the Territorial Sea, plus all of the creeks, bays, inlets, and tributaries on the seaside of Accomack County, Northampton County (including areas east of the causeway from Fisherman Island to the mainland), and the City of Virginia Beach (including federal areas and state parks, fronting on the Atlantic Ocean and east and south of the point where the shoreward boundary of the Territorial Sea joins the mainland at Cape Henry).

Examples of Coastal area in a sentence

  • Coastal area with its rich fauna and flora, have occupied an important position in the socio- economic development of the country.

  • Coastal area" means a coastal island and any municipality or unorganized township contiguous to tidal waters.

  • Geographic preference, in this order: Lincoln County in Oregon, State of Oregon, the NW Coastal area (including Oregon, Washington and Northern California).

  • Coastal area means the state's coastal waters and the adjacent shorelands, as defined in article 42 of the Executive Law, the specific boundaries of which are shown on the coastal area map on file in the Office of the Secretary of State, as required by section 914(2) of the Executive Law.

  • If two different manning levels are proposed for different trading area, then the number for common trading area (e.g. Near Coastal area) should be put on the left column and number for occasional trading area (e.g. Unlimited area) should be on the right column.


More Definitions of Coastal area

Coastal area means land within 300 metres of the horizontal shoreline datum of a coast, as defined within State Planning Policy 2.6 State Coastal Planning Policy.
Coastal area means coastal area as defined in Section 22a-94 of the Connecticut General Statutes.
Coastal area meansCoastal area. – all All of that area of the State of North Carolina comprising the following counties: Beaufort, Brunswick, Camden, Carteret, Chowan, Craven, Currituck, Dare, Hyde, Jones, New Hanover, Onslow, Pamlico, Pasquotank, Pender, Perquimans, Tyrrell, and Washington. "Coastal area" does not include the portions of these counties that lie within the beach area.
Coastal area means the Louisiana Coastal Zone and contiguous
Coastal area means the state's coastal waters and the adjacent shorelands, as defined in article 42 of the Executive Law, the specific boundaries of which are shown on the coastal area map on file in the Office of the Secretary of State, as required by section 914(2) of the Executive Law.
Coastal area means the sea-shore and the sea for a distance of two hundred metres seaward and one hundred metres inland, but excluding any privately owned land and including all Admiralty Reserve and Public Roads as defined in the Road Traffic Act No. 93 of 1996;
Coastal area means that portion of New York State coastal waters and adjacent shorelands as defined in Article 42 of the Executive Law which is located within the boundaries of the Town of Evans, as shown on the coastal area map on file in the office of the Secretary of State and as delineated in the Town of Evans Local Waterfront Revitalization Program (LWRP).