This form is required when applying for the following:
A Joint Coastal Permit for activities that extend onto sovereign submerged lands of Florida seaward of the mean high-water line, and are likely to have a material physical effect on the coastal system or natural beach and inlet processes, pursuant to Sections 161.021, 161.041, and 161.055, F.S., and Rule 62B-49.001, F.A.C.;
Authorization to use sovereign submerged lands in association with a Joint Coastal Permit pursuant to Chapter 253,F.S., and Rule 18-21, F.A.C.; and
A federal dredge and fill permit for activities outlined above.
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