Public Access to the Rhode Island Shore. CRMC Coastal Education Series Narragansett Bay Commission Meeting Room September 25, 2007 6:00 PM Kevin R. Cute Marine Resources Specialist Coastal Resources Management Council. CRMC Methods for Providing Public Access to the Shore.
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CRMC Coastal Education Series
Narragansett Bay Commission Meeting Room
September 25, 2007
Kevin R. Cute
Marine Resources Specialist
Coastal Resources Management Council
Rights-of-Way to the Shore
Red Book or UCG option:
Public Access Plan
Apponaug Cove Marina
Thames Street Landing – Stone Harbour Condominiums
CRMC Approved Projects with “335” Public Access Plan City/Town
The council is responsible for the designation of all public rights-of-way to the tidal water areas of the state, and shall carry on a continuing discovery of appropriate public rights-of-way to the tidal water areas of the state
- RIGL Ch. 46-23-6
First Adopt-an-Access: Daunis ROW – CRMC Designation No. P-1
The Parcel is a right-of-way that is intended to accommodate the public-at-large and not merely abutters of the property or those in walking distance. In such a case automobile access is reasonable and necessary.
- Sartor et. al., v. Town of Barrington, C.A. No. 03-3985
Daunis ROW (P-1)
Memorandum of Understanding
Five ROWs “adopted” in 2007 by
Save Bristol Harbor:
Adoptions Pending in 2007: