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Session Laws, 2002
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Ch. 433
[(e)] (F) Nothing in this section shall impede or prevent the dredging of any
waterway in a critical area. However, dredging in a critical area is subject to other
applicable federal and State laws and regulations. 8-1809. (g) Each local jurisdiction shall review its entire program and propose any
necessary amendments to its entire program, including local zoning maps, at least
every [4] 6 years [beginning with the 4-year anniversary of the date that the
program became effective and every 4 years after that date] IN COORDINATION WITH
66B, §§ 1.03(B) AND 3.05(B) OF THE CODE. Each local
jurisdiction shall send in writing to the Commission, within 60 days after [each
4-year anniversary,] THE COMPLETION OF ITS REVIEW, the following information: (1) A statement certifying that the required review has been
accomplished; (2) Any necessary requests for program amendments, program
refinements, or other matters that the local jurisdiction wishes the Commission to
consider; (3) An updated resource inventory; and (4) A statement quantifying acreages within each land classification, the
growth allocation used, and the growth allocation remaining. SECTION 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act shall be
construed to apply only prospectively and may not be applied or interpreted to have
any effect on or application to any variance application for which a petition for judicial
review of a decision to grant or deny a variance under a local critical area program
was filed before the effective date of this Act. SECTION 2. 3. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act shall take
effect June 1, 2002. Approved May 16, 2002.
(House Bill 301) AN ACT concerning Atlantic Coastal Bays Protection Act FOR the purpose of preserving, protecting, and improving the water quality and
natural habitats of the Atlantic Coastal Bays and certain tributaries and
streams by designating certain lands and waters as critical areas that require
especially sensitive consideration with regard to development; making certain
legislative findings; renaming the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Commission to
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