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(1) No permit shall be issued for any new or expanded building or structure of more than 35 feet above average grade level on shorelines of the state that will obstruct the view of a substantial number of residences on areas adjoining such shorelines, except where the SMP does not prohibit the same and then only when overriding considerations of the public interest will be served.

(2) In the Urban Conservancy, Rural Conservancy, Resource and Natural shoreline environment designations, lot coverage is limited to 10 percent of effective impervious surface.

(3) In the Urban Conservancy, Rural Conservancy and Natural shoreline environment designations, building height is limited to a maximum of 35 feet.

(4) Except in the Urban environment, the minimum lot width fronting shoreline waters shall be 200 feet unless a greater minimum width is specified pursuant to SCC 30.23.030(1); provided, that this provision shall not apply to legal lots existing prior to September 30, 2010.

(5) Use-specific or modification-specific bulk standards may also be required pursuant to part 500 of this chapter.

(6) Unless otherwise specified in this chapter, bulk standards are regulated pursuant to chapter 30.23 SCC. Additional setback or buffer requirements for critical areas are required pursuant to chapters 30.62A and 30.62B SCC. (Added by Amended Ord. 12-025, June 6, 2012, Eff date July 27, 2012; Amended by Amended Ord. 13-042, July 10, 2013, Eff date July 22, 2013).