§ 29.1-734. Authorization for and placing of markers in waters of the Commonwealth used for public swimming are...
A. Any owner of real estate which touches any of the waters of this Commonwealth or the agent of the owner may petition the Board to authorize the placing of markers approved by the Board around a public swimming or bathing area.
B. The Department, upon receiving the petition and sufficient proof that the water adjacent to the real estate is used in whole or in part as a public swimming or bathing area, may authorize the placement of the markers to designate the area as a swimming or bathing area.
C. The cost of the purchase and placement of the markers shall be borne by the party requesting the placement of the markers.
D. No person shall operate a motorboat or manipulate skis within the area of the waters of the Commonwealth marked under this section. Persons violating this subsection shall be guilty of a Class 4 misdemeanor.
(1964, c. 654, § 62-174.5:1; 1968, c. 659, § 62.1-171; 1983, c. 475; 1987, c. 488.)Sections: Previous 29.1-728 29.1-729 29.1-730 29.1-731 29.1-732 29.1-733 29.1-733.1 29.1-734 29.1-734.1 29.1-735 29.1-735.1 29.1-735.2 29.1-735.3 29.1-736 29.1-737 Next
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