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What is the COASTAL CONSTRUCTION CONTROL LINE (CCCL) program?
The COASTAL CONTRUCTION CONTROL LINE (CCCL) program defines the jurisdictional area of a State regulatory/permitting program established by Chapter 161.053, F.S., and administered through the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). By statute the CCCL is intended to define the zone of significant shoreline fluctuation expected from a 100-year return period hurricane and is located at varying distance from the mean high water line (MHWL) based on the results of a county-by-county technical evaluation (e.g., surveys and modeling study).  The first CCCL was established on Longboat Key by FDEP in about 1974-75 (done in two parts because of the separate counties). The lines were updated based on new data and modeling and re-recorded in 1987. The update had the effect of moving the CCCL substantially landward from the original location.
 
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