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Public Response is needed to these questions! Don’t get mad! Take action with pen and paper! Your voice can be heard!

Table Rock Shoreline Management Plan Survey  Click here for important feedback response sheet on the Corps of Engineering plans

or complete the survey and send to the Shell Knob Chamber of Commerce. Copy the questions and put your answers in or on a separate piece of paper.

Table Rock Shoreline Management Plan Survey In order to develop a Shell Knob Chamber of Commerce response to the proposed Shoreline Management Plan, we would like your opinion on the following major points of the Plan:

1. Overall, do you support or approve the revised Plan?

2. The revised plan includes restrictions that will ultimately set a limit on the number of boats allowed on the lake by setting a maximum number of commercial and private dock slips, boat ramp parking spaces and dry dock spaces. The limit will allow an approximate 60% increase over what is presently available. Do you support or oppose this approach?

3. Do you support or oppose limiting the size of dock slips to 12’ x 30’?

4. Do you support or oppose the requirement to replace all electricity on private docks with an alternative power source (solar or wind) within ten years?

5. Do you support or oppose allowing new private dock permits with 1 to 20 slips?

6. Do you support or oppose disallowing no-wake buoys for private docks?

7. Do you support or oppose elimination of any new Commercial Remote Service Docks?

8. The vegetation restrictions will stay basically the same with some modification. Do you support or oppose the vegetation management restrictions?

9. Do you think the revised SMP will improve, hurt or have no impact on business in the Shell Knob area?

10. Do you think the revised SMP will increase, decrease or have no impact on property values around the lake?

11. Please make any other comments below con

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