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  1. wow…stunning. As we who spent years actually participating (and not just throwing rocks) in the SMP and CAO have been saying all along, that if you use best available science and hew to what the state is asking the counties to do, we can get reasonable shoreline management by a team effort in the counties, rather than by fiat in Olympia. There have been a very vocal group of people who somehow believe that the citizens of the state don’t control the regs of the shoreline, but it seems that, from the early days of our state, it was clear that the shorelines are managed for the public interest, even though private landowners may actually *own* the shoreline. This ruling helps clarify this difficult issue.

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