Intent—2005 c 155.
Purpose—Articulation of management philosophy.
Aquatic lands—Management guidelines.
Application to existing property rights—Application of shoreline management act.
Fostering use of aquatic environment—Limitation.
GENERAL USE, SALE, AND LEASE PROVISIONS
Sale and lease of state-owned aquatic lands—Blank forms of applications.
Who may purchase or lease—Application—Fees.
Survey to determine areas subject to sale or lease.
Reconsideration of official acts.
Assignment of contracts or leases.
Deposit, use of proceeds from sale or lease of aquatic lands or valuable materials therefrom—Aquatic lands enhancement project grant requirements—Aquatic lands enhancement account.
Aquatic lands—Court review of actions.
Use and occupancy fee in lieu of lease—Construction of section.
Aquatic lands—Preservation and enhancement of water-dependent uses—Leasing authority.
Lease of tidelands in front of public parks.
Use for public parks or public recreation purposes.
Determination of annual rent rates for lease of aquatic lands for water-dependent uses.
Log storage rents.
Rent for leases in effect October 1, 1984.
Aquatic lands—Leases/rents for nonwater-dependent uses.
Rents and fees for recovery of mineral or geothermal resources.
Aquatic lands—Rents for multiple uses.
Aquatic lands—Lease for water-dependent use—Rental for nonwater-dependent use.
Aquatic lands—Rent for improvements.
Aquatic lands—Administrative review of proposed rent.
Aquatic lands—Security for leases for more than one year.
Aquatic lands—Payment of rent.
Aquatic lands—Interest rate.
Adoption of rules.
Authority to exchange state-owned tidelands and shorelands—Rules—Limitation.
Gifts of aquatic land—Procedures and criteria.
Management of certain aquatic lands by port district—Agreement—Rent—Model management agreement.
Private recreational docks—Mooring buoys.
DREDGED MATERIAL DISPOSAL
Aquatic land dredged material disposal sites—Findings.
Aquatic land dredged material disposal site account.
Fees for use of aquatic land dredged material disposal sites authorized.
OTHER MANAGEMENT PROVISIONS
Archaeological activities on state-owned aquatic lands—Agreements, leases, or other conveyances.
Puget Sound partners.
City use of state-owned aquatic lands for publicly owned marina—Reduced fee lease—Expiration date.
Administering funds—Preference to an evergreen community.
Effective date—1984 c 221.