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Shoreline Master Program Update Survey

  1. Please Tell Use About Yourself

  2. 1. Where do you live, or what is the area that you are primarily interested in?

    (check all that apply)

  3. 2. What is your primary interest in the Shoreline Master Program?

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  4. 3. Do you own property within the shoreline?

    (check all that apply)

  5. 4. How did you hear about the Shoreline Master Program update project?

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  6. 5. What is the best way to keep you informed?

  7. 6. How do you use the shoreline?

  8. 7. Visual Access is defined as the ability to see the shoreline. How do you feel about your current level of visual access to the shoreline?

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  9. 8. Physical access is defined as the ability to get down to the shoreline. How do you feel about your current level of physical access to the shoreline?

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  10. 10. What type of shoreline use do you typically enjoy along the shoreline?

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  11. 11. Environmental protection of the shoreline is a goal of the Shoreline Management Act. What do you believe is the best way to accomplish this?

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  12. 12. Who should be responsible for shoreline restoration?

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  13. 13. Providing public access to the water and enhancing recreation are goals of the Shoreline Management Act. If public access is important to you, what kind of additional facilities would you like to see in the future?

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  14. 14. The Columbia River system and the ports located on the Columbia River are our region's connection to international trade and commerce centers, support industrial businesses, and provide many good paying, local jobs. What is your opinion on the need for additional waterfront development by the ports?

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  15. 15. What kinds of commercial development do you prefer to see on the shorelines?

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  16. 16. Large docks on both residential and commercial / industrial properties have been identified as a possible contributor to declines in salmon and other species for a number of reasons. Do you think docks should be restricted or should a special design and construction be used?

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  17. 17. Native plants on the shoreline have a number of benefits for aquatic life, such as providing habitat and a variety of food sources. Lawn and ornamental plants generally do not provide these benefits, and can also degrade water quality linked to fertilizers and herbicides. Do you think lawns and ornamental plants should be restricted on the shoreline and more native plants be used?

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