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For the purpose of this subchapter the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
"BREAKWATER." A structure built to reduce wave energy on the shoreline by trapping sand between the shore and the breakwater.
"GROIN." An erosion-control structure built perpendicular to the shoreline to protect individual properties.
"JETTY." A structure designed to protect and/or stabilize a navigation entrance.
"PIER" or "DOCK." A mooring pile or piling, dolphin of any type, fender, ramp, floating dock, or other structure occupying the area beyond the high water line. The mean high water line is 2.05 feet above mean sea level.
('72 Code, § 15-11; Am. Ord. 1152, passed 8-22-91; Am. Ord. 1541, passed 8-9-07)