SAC Meeting Agenda
December 9th, 2005
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GULF OF THE FARALLONES & MONTEREY BAY
NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARIES
JOINT ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING
Friday, Decmber 9th, 2005
OUR LADY OF THE PILLAR - BELL BUILDING
565 Kelly Street, Half Moon Bay, CA
|8:30 AM||Coffee and Sign-in|
Call to Order & Roll Call
Deborah Streeter, Barbara Emley
|Standard Reports from Working Groups and Staff
Public Comments and Items NOT on the Agenda
Oil and Gas Exploration
|11:15 PM||Fisheries Decision by Vice Admiral Lautenbacher||Bill Douros|
LUNCH (Barbara Emley will chair the afternoon session)
|Holly Price, Kaitilin Gaffney, Howard Egan, Karen Reyna|
National Advisory Council Chairs/Coordinators Meeting
Seabird Colony Protection Program
|3:45 PM||Standing Working Group/ Advisory Council Member Announcements||Advisory Council Members|
|***ALL TIMES ARE ESTIMATES***|
Materials corresponding to items on this or other agenda are available at http://montereybay.noaa.gov/intro/advisory/sacagendas.html or contact Nicole Capps at (831) 647-4206.From the north: Take Highway 1 south to Half Moon Bay, make a left at the light on Kelly Street. The Bell Building is on the left next to Our Lady of the Pillar Church.
From the south: Take Highway 1 north to Half Moon Bay, make a right at the light on Kelly Street. The Bell building is on the left side of the street next to Our Lady of the Pillar Church.
|MBNMS Permit Acivity Report (12/5/05)|
|Marine Life Protection Act Initiative PowerPoint (136KB PDF)|
|Seabird Colony Protection Program PowerPoint (732KB PDF)|
|When Is A Sanctuary Not A Sanctuary PowerPoint (588KB PDF)|
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