Conn. Agencies Regs. § 15-121-A16 - Posting methods for regulations and local ordinances

Current through March 4, 2022

In the case of any regulation or municipal ordinance respecting the operation of vessels adopted pursuant to Section 15-136 of the General Statutes, which regulation or ordinance has not been published and distributed in pamphlet form on or before the first day of April in accordance with the provisions of Section 15-138 of the General Statutes, the adopting authority shall post each affected waterbody with signs as follows:

(a) Signs shall be posted in a manner and at locations such that the signs are likely to come to the attention of boaters. For a regulation or ordinance affecting a lake or pond, signs concerning such regulation or ordinance shall be posted at every location where public access by boat to such lake or pond is available. For a regulation or ordinance affecting a river or tidal water, a sign or signs concerning such regulation or ordinance shall be posted at every location where public access by boat to such river or tidal water is available when such location is within five miles of the affected waterbody or portion thereof.
(b) Each sign shall be no smaller than eleven inches in width and fifteen inches in height.
(c) Each sign shall be made of plastic or other waterproof material.
(d) At the top of each sign shall be the words, "notice: new boating regulation" or "notice: new boating ordinance," as appropriate, in letters at least one inch in height. The word "notice" shall be on a separate top line. All other letters and numerals on the sign shall be at least three eighths inch in height. The sign shall include the actual text of the regulation or ordinance or a summary of such regulation or ordinance, as well as the words, "posted in accordance with Section 15-138 of the Connecticut General Statutes," which words shall be printed at the bottom of each sign.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 15-121-A16
Effective April 23, 1993

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