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Coastal Resources Commission :: Actions from June Meeting


At its June 2006 meeting, the CRC:

  • Adopted amendments to 15A NCAC 07H, which would increase the application fee for CAMA General Permits.

  • Adopted an amendment to NCAC 7B .0801, Public Hearing and Local Adoption Requirements, to include the public opportunity to provide written comments following local adoption of a land use plan.

  • Adopted amendments to 15A NCAC 07H .1102, 07H .1302, 07H .2102, CAMA General Permit approval procedures, to establish a maximum duration for the construction phase of GP approved projects.

  • Adopted for public hearing the removal of existing sediment criteria language in NCAC 7H .0308 (a)(3) Beach Nourishment, when NCAC 7H .0312, Technical Standards for Beach Fill Projects, takes effect.

  • Adopted a resolution to express support for the N.C. Community Conservation Assistance Program.

  • On the recommendation of the Implementation and Standards Committee, directed the Division of Coastal Management that when repairs to sandbag structures are requested, to measure the height of the sandbag wall from the base of the structure to the top rather than from the existing beach to the top, in order to ensure sandbag structures do not exceed six feet in height, unless otherwise permitted.

  • On the recommendation of the Implementation and Standards Committee, directed the Division of Coastal Management to pursue changes to theSmall Surface Water Supply Watershedfor the Fresh Pond located between Nags Head and Kill Devil Hills. The changes would address the establishment of a fixed pond boundary.

  • Adopted for public hearing proposed amendments to NCAC 15A 07J .0210, Replacement of Existing Structures, and NCAC 15A 07K .0209, Exemption/Accessory Uses/Maintenance Repair/Replacement.

  • Voted to begin discussion of setbacks for large structures by referring the issue to the Implementation and Standards Committee.

  • On the recommendation of the Planning and Special Issues Subcommittee, the commission voted to certify a Land Use Plan for the Town of Surf City.

  • On the recommendation of the Planning and Special Issues Subcommittee, the commission voted to certify a joint Land Use Plan for the City of Wilmington and New Hanover County.

  • On the recommendation of the Planning and Special Issues Subcommittee, the commission voted to certify a Land Use Plan for Pender County

  • On the recommendation of the Planning and Special Issues Subcommittee, the commission voted to certify a Workbook Land Use Plan for Varnamtown.

  • Adopted for public hearing proposed amendments to NCAC 7M, Shorefront Access Policies.

  • Denied a variance to Paul King of Dare County, who sought relief from the commission’s rule regarding development within theSmall Surface Water Supply WatershedArea of Environmental Concern in order to subdivide his lot and construct two single-family residences on the resulting lots. The septic systems for the proposed lots would have been located within 1,200 feet of theSmall Surface Water Supply WatershedAEC.

  • Denied a variance to Buddy Martin of Brunswick County, who sought relief from the commission’s 60-foot setback rule in order to construct a 200-square-foot parking pad at his residence in Oak Island.

  • Denied a variance to Alfred Thompson of Camden County, who sought relief from the commission’s rules for bulkhead alignment in order to position a new wooden bulkhead in an alignment significantly waterward of the normal water line.

  • Denied two variances to Sandra G. Wooten of Brunswick County, who sought relief from the commission’s setback rule in order to tear down an existing house joining two adjacent lots in Oak Island and construct two single-family residences, one on each lot. The petitioner’s proposed development does not meet the 60-foot setback line from a pre-nourishment project vegetation line. One variance was filed for each of the two lots.

  • Denied a variance to Michael and Dolores Kirkbride of New Hanover County, who sought relief from the commission’s 60-foot setback rule in order to construct a single-family residence on a lot in Carolina Beach. The petitioner’s proposed development does not meet the 60-foot setback line from a pre-nourishment project vegetation line.

CRC actions from 2006:January |March

CRC actions from 2005:January |April |June |November

CRC actions from 2004:January |April |June |August |October

CRC actions from 2003:January |April |July |October

CRC Actions from 2002:January and February|April |July |October

 
Last Modified:June 27, 2006
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