A small boat heads out from the 72nd Street boat launch in Longbranch, Washington, on July 18, 2015. Pierce County’s shoreline master program, which governs use of its 700 miles of shoreline, including access to the water, is under review by the state Department of Ecology. Ecology officials want to hear from the public before ruling on the plan.
A small boat heads out from the 72nd Street boat launch in Longbranch, Washington, on July 18, 2015. Pierce County’s shoreline master program, which governs use of its 700 miles of shoreline, including access to the water, is under review by the state Department of Ecology. Ecology officials want to hear from the public before ruling on the plan. David Montesino Staff photographer
A small boat heads out from the 72nd Street boat launch in Longbranch, Washington, on July 18, 2015. Pierce County’s shoreline master program, which governs use of its 700 miles of shoreline, including access to the water, is under review by the state Department of Ecology. Ecology officials want to hear from the public before ruling on the plan. David Montesino Staff photographer

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