Land Use, Title Insurance and Environmental Law

Balancing Development With Protection Of Coastal Region

Statutory changes address shoreline flood and erosion issues

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


Through the enactment of two public acts, the General Assembly made several changes to the Coastal Management Act (Conn. Gen. Stat. §§ 22a-90, et seq.) and other laws which regulate activities in the coastal, tidal or navigable waters of the state. These changes strike a balance between the oft-times competing interests of developers, state and local regulatory agencies, and the general public.

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