harbor line


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harbor line

Also called the navigable line,it is an arbitrary line set by local authorities for the farthest extent wharves and other structures may intrude into the rivers and other waterways so as not to interfere with navigation
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Caption(s): 1 The new Blue Harbor line fleshes out Jane Seymour's Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island collection -- the most successful part of the home program.
Filling destroys the possibility of exercising any right and permanently changes the resource on which these rights depends,(110) Specially troublesome are decisions that hold that the littoral owner may fill, or build upon the fiats to the low water mark and thereafter all public rights are extinguished.(111) In many instances, allowing littoral owner interference with the public use of coastal waters up to a harbor line may deny the use of the most productive fishery while permitting unhindered commercial navigation.
An estimated $700 million project to enhance rail infrastructure is being planned for the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, Calif., which are served by BNSF, Union Pacific and Pacific Harbor Line. The initiative aims to create more on-dock rail capacity that would lead to fewer trucks throughout the ports, said Carlo Luzzi, a professional engineer for the Port of Long Beach.
According to police, the security cover has been increased at Church Gate, Dadar, Andheri and a few railway stations on the Central Railway's Harbor line in Navi Mumbai.
Once completed, the project will benefit from its close proximity to New York City, as well as PATH, Liberty Harbor Line ferry, and light rail stations.
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