Below states CLPOA requirements for shorelines, and also the building code for seawalls. Please be sure to monitor your shoreline to ensure your erosion control is holding up. Thank you.
CLPOA Rules and Regs: Shoreline Erosion
To prevent shoreline erosion, it is required that an approved seawall be constructed on all waterfront property, developed or undeveloped. Property owners must submit plans and specifications to obtain a Building Permit for all seawall installations per the Building Code. Materials such as railroad ties are not permitted, as they can cause pollution of the water.
CLPOA Building Code: Seawalls
A building permit is required for the construction of any seawall. Plans must be submitted for approval by the Property Manager and/or the Building Committee, and must include type of material being used, and location relative to current shoreline and property pins. If the foundation of a proposed boathouse is part of the seawall, then a complete set of plans for the proposed boathouse must be submitted with the seawall plans. Railroad ties cannot be used to build a seawall or repair a seawall.