SAC Meeting Agenda
April 7th, 2006
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NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY
ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING
SALINAS COMMUNITY CENTER - SANTA LUCIA ROOM
FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 2006
|8:30 AM||Coffee and Sign-in|
Call to Order & Roll Call
Election of Advisory Council Chair, Vice Chair, and Secretar
|9:40 AM||Public Comments NOT on the Agenda||Streeter|
|Standard Reports from Working Groups and Staff
Commercial Fishing Presentations by Advisory Council Representatives
Tom Canale, David Crabbe
NOAA Consultation Document Discussion **Possible Action**
|1:00 PM||Announce Current Field Trip Plans and Plan for Future Field trips||Streeter|
Review of Emerging Issues action plan and application to artificial reefs
Ocean Literacy / Ocean Communicators Workshop
|Steve Clark, Dawn Hayes, Rachel Saunders|
|2:45 PM||Marine Life Protection Act (MLPA) Update||Paul Reilly, CA Dept. Fish & Game|
|***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 Paul Chetirkin at (831) 647-4210.
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