Definition of tideland
1 : land overflowed during flood tide
2 : land underlying the ocean and lying beyond the low-water limit of the tide but being within the territorial waters of a nation —often used in plural
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The port also has been wrestling with how and where to include a low-cost hostel on its tidelands.
The port asked Gaffen to determine if the maritime academy complies with State Lands Commission limitations on what can be located on tidelands.
Funds from the cash-only auction go to either the county or city tidelands fund, depending on where the vessels were recovered.
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