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(a) Ordinary High Water Mark: The line between upland and bottom land which persists through successive changes in water level, below which the presence and action of the water is so common or recurrent that the character of the land is marked distinctly from the upland and is apparent in the soil itself, the configuration of the surface of the soil and the vegetation.
(Ord. 29-16. Passed 11-15-16.)