§ 20-10-9. Marking of areas subject to permit Restrictions on public use.
(a) The CRMC shall require all permittees to mark off the areas under permit by appropriate ranges, monuments, stakes, buoys, or fences, so placed as not to interfere unnecessarily with navigation and other traditional uses of the surface. All permittees shall cause the area under permit, and the means of permittees, to be shown by signs appropriately placed pursuant to regulations of the CRMC.
(b) Except to the extent necessary to permit the effective development of the species of animal or plant life being cultivated by the permittee, the public shall be provided with means of reasonable ingress and egress, to and from the area subject to permit, for traditional water activities such as boating, swimming, and fishing. All limitations upon the use by the public of the areas subject to permit that are authorized by the terms of the permit shall be clearly posted by the permittee pursuant to regulations by the CRMC.
(P.L. 1980, ch. 219, § 2.)