By its plain meaning, the term "high tide line" as used in C.G.S. §22a-359 refers to the highest point at which the water's surface intersects with the land over the course of the entire yearly tidal cycle, excluding only the extraordinary conditions created by a hurricane or other intense storm.
Shanahan v. Department Of Environmental Protection
Connecticut Supreme Court
July 23, 2012
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