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MBNMS Sanctuary Advisory Council: Agendas and Materials

The Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council (advisory council) meets five times a year in various cities within the boundaries of the sanctuary. The advisory council’s schedule for the coming year is set at the end of each year. To see where the advisory council will be meeting this year, please visit their yearly schedule.

Meetings typically last all day and cover a wide variety of topics related to sanctuary management. All meetings are open to the public and meeting agendas will be available two weeks prior to the meeting. Any available documents associated to an advisory council meeting will be available electronically by accessing the agenda for that particular meeting.

Final meeting minutes will be available after the advisory council has approved the meeting minutes at their following meeting.

Any advisory council actions (i.e. letters or resolutions) will be available after each meeting in which that action was taken.

SAC Meeting Schedule

The advisory council’s schedule for the coming year is set at the end of each year.

SAC Meeting Agendas

All meetings are open to the public and meeting agendas will be available two weeks prior to the meeting.

SAC Meeting Minutes

Final meeting minutes are available after the advisory council has approved the meeting minutes at their following meeting.

SAC Actions

Any advisory council actions (i.e. letters or resolutions) will be available after each meeting in which that action was taken.

SAC Annual Reports

The advisory council produces annual reports available the following year.

URL: http://montereybay.noaa.gov/intro/advisory/sacschdagenmin.html    Reviewed: September 24, 2013
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