Citizens Guide to the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission
This guide was created to help citizens better understand the inland wetlands process so that they may participate more effectively and have a more active and positive role in protecting wetlands and watercourses. The Planning Department has provided the information contained in this guide for educational purposes and it is not intended as legal advice. As statutes, regulations, and ordinances are subject to change, please consult with the Planning Department for the most up to date information.
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