A coastal municipality may not begin construction of a beach project until each of the following requirements have been satisfied:
(1) The governing body of the coastal municipality, after a public hearing held on not less than 30 days' public notice, has identified the following by adoption of a survey, map, metes and bounds description, or plane coordinate references.
a. The location of the mean high tide line for the area in which the beach project is proposed to be located.
b. The location of the limits of the landward and seaward extensions of the proposed beach project relative to both the mean high tide line and the construction control line, if any, then established under the regulations of the Alabama Department of Environmental Management, the ordinances of the coastal municipality, or both.
(2) The Commissioner of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, acting through the Lands Division of the department, has issued a permit ratifying and confirming the location of the mean high tide line and authorizing the construction and maintenance of the proposed beach project pursuant to Section 9-15-56.
(3) To the extent that the proposed beach project is to be located landward of the mean high tide line, the coastal municipality has obtained by conveyance or exercise of powers of eminent domain any necessary rights to utilize the land lying between the mean high tide line and the limits of the landward extension of the beach project.
(4) The governing body of the coastal municipality has caused to be recorded with the office of the judge of probate in the county or counties within which the beach project is to be located a certified copy of the survey, plat, map, metes and bounds description, or plane coordinate references identifying the location of the mean high tide line within the area of the beach project as ratified and confirmed by the commissioner.