[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Committee (now Township Council) of the Township of Stafford as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted as Section 10-3 of the 1972 Code; amended in its entirety 11-9-1978 by Ord. No. 78-23]
All bulkheading to be constructed in this municipality, after the effective date of this article, shall meet the following specifications and requirements:
Piling shall be creosoted pressure-treated wood or other material approved by the Township Engineer on all exposed or partly exposed piling. Pressure treatment shall be either creosote with a twelve-pounds-per-cubic-foot retention or CCA salt with a two-and-one-half-pounds-per-foot oxide retention.
All hardware is to be galvanized.
Length: governed by depth of water six feet away from the bulkhead, four feet below sheathing.
Minimum diameter: eight inches, seven inches at small end.
Minimum tie rod in each piling: 5/8 inch by 12 inches.
Pilings are to be spaced a maximum of six feet apart.
Minimum diameter along bay front: 10 inches; eight inches at small end.
Sheathing shall be of creosoted or CCA salt-treated wood having the same retention as Subsection A, or other material approved by the Township Engineer.
Minimum thickness: two inches.
Length: governed by depth of water six feet from the bulkhead and a minimum of four feet into sandy bottom, tongue and groove or batten.