What building requirements exist for a new primary structure or addition to an existing structure, within the Shoreland Protection Overlay District?

Per 235-19. F.(2): 

(b) New primary structures and additions to existing structures shall be set back at least 50 feet from the reference line of public waters, provided that no disturbance of the vegetative buffer area occurs within 50 feet of the reference line and that any disturbance within 50 feet of the reference line is revegetated with a variety of native and/or noninvasive species and stabilized.

[Amended 10-14-1997 by Ord. No. 10.97.10; 8-13-2012 by Ord. No. 09.2012.09] 

(c) No primary structure or additions thereto shall exceed 35 feet in height. 

[Amended 10-14-1997 by Ord. No. 10.97.10] 

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1. Do I need a permit for a dock bubbler/Aquatherm?
2. What is the Shoreland Protection Overlay District (SPOD)?
3. What waterbodies are classified under the Shoreland Protection Overlay District (SPOD)?
4. What uses are prohibited in the SPOD?
5. Can I use fertilizers in the protected shoreland?
6. Do I need a local permit to replace or install a dock?
7. Do I need a local permit to build/replace a retaining wall along the shoreline?
8. What building requirements exist for a new primary structure or addition to an existing structure, within the Shoreland Protection Overlay District?