19 CRR-NY 603.3NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 19. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
CHAPTER XIII. WATERFRONT REVITALIZATION OF COASTAL AREAS AND INLAND WATERWAYS
PART 603. HARBOR MANAGEMENT
19 CRR-NY 603.3
19 CRR-NY 603.3
603.3 Contents.
At a level of detail and to the extent commensurate with the particular circumstances of the local government(s), an HMP shall contain the following, either in a separate document prepared to augment an LWRP, or integrated into an LWRP in an identifiable manner:
(a) identification of the HMP boundary area;
(b) an inventory and analysis of existing uses, features and conditions in this area;
(c) identification and discussion of issues of local importance;
(d) identification and discussion of issues of regional importance;
(e) discussion of opportunities, long and short-term goals and objectives;
(f) identification of conditions which operate as constraints on utilization of underwater lands and navigable waters by the public;
(g) discussion of water dependent uses;
(h) identification and discussion of economic, cultural and social considerations fundamental to responsible management of underwater lands and navigable waters;
(i) a water use plan;
(j) specification of policies concerning present and future use and management of such areas;
(k) identification of capital projects necessary to implement the HMP;
(l) specification of existing and proposed techniques and authorities to implement the HMP; and
(m) to the extent commensurate with the particular circumstance of the city, town or village, an HMP shall address the following considerations:
(1) conflict and competition for space among the uses and users of harbors, surface waters and underwater lands;
(2) regulation of the construction, size and location of wharves, docks, moorings, piers, jetties, platforms, breakwaters or other structures, whether temporary or permanent;
(3) regional needs for any of the various uses or users likely to be attracted to the particular qualities of the area; and
(4) where applicable:
(i) commercial shipping;
(ii) recreational boating;
(iii) commercial and recreational fishing and shellfishing;
(iv) aquaculture and mariculture;
(v) waste management;
(vi) mineral extraction;
(vii) dredging;
(viii) public access;
(ix) recreation;
(x) habitats and other natural resource protection;
(xi) water quality;
(xii) open space;
(xiii) aesthetic values;
(xiv) water dependent uses;
(xv) common law riparian or littoral rights; and
(xvi) public interests, including interest under the Public Trust Doctrine; and
(n) HMPs shall also consider other circumstances determined to be of significance by the Secretary of State, and HMPs may also consider those determined to be of significance by the city, town or village.
19 CRR-NY 603.3
Current through May 15, 2021
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