Nev. Admin. Code § 322.270 - Identifying devices, warning markers and hindrances to navigation
1. With regard to the navigable bodies of water of this State, including, without limitation, Lake Tahoe:
(a) The State Land Registrar will issue an identifying device which may be installed on each mooring buoy for which the State Land Registrar issues a permit; and
(b) If the State Land Registrar determines that a structure or facility might not be readily seen or might be a navigational hazard, the State Land Registrar may issue an authorization for the structure or facility which includes the condition that a warning marker, approved by the appropriate agency, is installed on the structure or facility.
2. With regard to Lake Tahoe, a person shall not construct or place below the high water elevation (6,229.1 feet) any swimming buoy, rope, fence or other barrier which hinders navigation unless the State Land Registrar determines that a safety hazard exists or a substantial public benefit will accrue from its construction or placement.
NRS 322.100, 322.170; NAC 445A.044
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