Public and private access to waterfront areas study and plan : Lancaster County, Virginia
Corporate Authors:Lancaster County (Va.), Planning and Land Use Office, ; United States, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, ;
Water Quality Management
Land Use//Environmental Aspects/Management/Virginia/Lancaster County
Land Use//Recreation/Management/Virginia/Lancaster County
Shore Protection/Planning/Virginia/Lancaster County
Water Quality Management/Planning/Virginia/Lancaster County
Funding:Funding: Department of Environmental Quality's Coastal Resources Management Program with funding from the National Oceanic ad Atmospheric Administration, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management; grant number: NA470Z0287-01;
Funding: Chesapeake Bay Local Assistance Department, Commonwealth of Virginia.;
Description:Introduction -- Public and private access to waterfront areas study -- Public and private access to waterfront areas plan -- Cited sources -- Appendix -- Table of maps.
"As part of the comprehensive plan element of the [Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act]... regulations, localities must address policies on a number of water quality issues. These issues include physical constraints to development, protection of potable water supply, relationship of land use to commercial and recreational fisheries, appropriate densities for docks and piers, and the provision of public and private access to waterfront areas and the effect on water quality. Lancaster County is currently in the process of revising the adopted Lancaster County Comprehensive Land Use Plan (1992). The revisions will address the water quality issues listed in the regulations, and are designed to fulfill the County's requirements under the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act."--p.1.
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