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IMPORTANT NOTE: Some parcel boundaries are displayed as extending into Lake Erie. By Pennsylvania law all submerged lands lakeward of the ordinary low water mark are lands of the Commonwealth unless specifically conveyed to private ownership through an Act of the General Assembly (Dam Safety and Encroachments Act, Section 15(e); 32 P.S. § 693.15; Act of November 26, 1978 (P.L. 1375, No. 325), as amended). Private property along the shoreline of Lake Erie ends at the Low Water Datum elevation of 569.2 ft. above sea-level (International Great Lakes Datum 1985). Parcel lines shown as extending beyond (lakeward) the low water datum do not infer title or ownership over those submerged lands. The only way to properly determine the lakeward boundary of a shoreline property is by site-specific survey.