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<br />Michelle McConnell <br />From:Eleanor A. Olsen [eolsen9218@comcast.net] <br />Sent:Monday, May 10, 2010 4:39 PM <br />To:Stewart, Jeff R. (ECY) <br />Subject:New Jefferson County Shoreline Management proposal <br />Categories:LASMP Public Comment <br />Dear Jeff, <br />I am writing to oppose the Shoreline Management regulations Jefferson County is proposing, <br />that differ from the State and Federal regulations. It is so difficult to have to abide by a <br />host of different permitting processes with everyone with their finger in the pie. In most <br />cases, the right hand of government does not know what the left hand is doing and without a <br />clear cut one regulating set of rules, there are too many to keep track of. We have <br />regulations in place that govern how we use our shoreline from JARPA, SMA, DNR, Dept of <br />Ecology, Fish and Wildlife to name just a few. It seems everyone has their hand out to get <br />more money for the permitting process. Can we make it any more difficult for people to get <br />approval for even the smallest of projects that end up costing more for permits than the <br />entire project is worth. <br />I am concerned about the environment and try to be a good steward, but I find the regulations <br />are just a tangled web of bureaucracy. <br />I own vacation property on Hood Head Island and work as an Interior Designer and General <br />Contractor <br />1 <br />