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Preliminary Cost-Benefit and Least Burdensome Alternative Analyses, Chapter 173-18, 20 22, and 27 WAC, Shoreline Management Act

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10-06-020July 2010
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Author(s) Shon Kraley and Sarah Wilson
Description Cost-benefit economic analysis for Shoreline Management Act rule updates. Focus is on the impacts of the proposed local conditional use permit (CUP) for commercial geoduck aquaculture.
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Keywords economic analysis, small business, sma, rule, shoreline management, Shoreline Master Program, smp, geoduck, aquaculture
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