Public access to the shoreline: The rhode island example
Date of Original Version
Competition for the use of our nation's shoreline has produced a thorough analysis of means to accommodate the increased demands of the public for access to the shore. The issue of public access in Rhode Island is considered at three levels. First, Rhode Island cases involving common law doctrines, such as the public trust, dedication, and so forth, are examined for their relevance. Second, the effect of the federal government in Rhode Island through the Coastal Zone Management Act and its amendments is studied. Finally, two types of state management programs are considered—a Commission for the Discovery of Rights of Way and the Coastal Resources Management Council. © 1978 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
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Coastal Zone Management Journal
Nixon, Dennis. "Public access to the shoreline: The rhode island example." Coastal Zone Management Journal 4, 1-2 (1978). doi: 10.1080/08920757809361766.