Shoreline Regulation, Permitting & Development

in Oregon

Tuesday, August 11 & 12, 2020 - Seaside, OR

 

Available In:

credits

OR CLE: 11.0 General Credits
WA MCLE: 11.0 Law & Legal Credits
CA CLE: 11.25 General Credits
APA: 11.25 CM Credits
CPESC: May Qualify
OR Real Estate Broker: 13.5 CE Credits
Contractors & Engineers: May Qualify

*See credits tab for full information on which credits apply to each product.

Topics covered

Environmental, Government, Land Use

Who Should attend

Attorneys, Conservationists, Engineers, Government Employees, Land Planners, Municipal Employees

Environmental & Land Use Professionals
Qualify for the Other Professional Rate

 

Group Discount of 5%, 15% or 30% Off Qualifying Rate
2-4 Attendees – GRP5P   5-9 Attendees - GRP15P   10+ Attendees - GRP30P
Enter Code in Cart. Multiple discounts do not apply. Not available off homestudy rates.

We are providing a free On Demand to all live attendees 
as a favor to our clients during this trying time.

Seminar Overview

Activities in shoreline environments can trigger overlapping and sometimes inconsistent local, state and federal regulations. These layers of regulation, and necessary environmental constraints to protect life and property, can impact developments ranging from small residential proposals to large public infrastructure projects and farmland. The competing interests and needs of those living and working in the coastal area, and those affected by the use and restoration of the coastal region, have frequently led to conflicts among coastal user groups.

This program will present a wide-ranging variety of legal issues encountered by coastal users, regulators, and special interest groups. It will offer a detailed overview of the permitting process and ways to resolve problems with competing uses of coastal shorelands and waters, foredunes and other sand dune environments, estuaries and their surrounding lands, properties with high geological or flood hazards, diked farmlands, as well as development issues such as workforce/affordable housing, and the special challenges of unincorporated communities.

 

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