SAC Meeting Agenda
December 15th, 2006
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NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY
ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING
ASILOMAR CONFERENCE GROUNDS - NAUTILUS ROOM
PACIFIC GROVE, CA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2006
|8:30 AM||Coffee and Sign-in|
|9:00 AM||Call to Order & Roll Call
Deborah Streeter / Holly Price
|Approval of Oct. 19th, 2006 DRAFT Meeting Minutes
|Standard Reports from Working Groups and Staff
|9:15 AM||Public Comments NOT on the Agenda||Streeter|
Sanctuary Advisory Council comments on Draft Management Plan, Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS), and Regulations
Advisory Council Members
Draft Management Plan Review (cont'd):
|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 Paul Chetirkin at (831) 647-4210 or by email.
Take highway 1 to the Pebble Beach / Pacific Grove exit, turn right on Holman highway / 68 West. Stay on Highway 68 West/Holman Highway for 3.5 miles until it becomes a city street called Forest Avenue. Continue on Forest Avenue for about 1 mile and make a left turn onto Sinex Avenue. In just under 1 mile, Sinex Avenue ends right at the front gates to Asilomar. Pass through front gates (one way street) and take first left passing Phoebe A. Hearst Social Hall (on right). Take first left passing Merritt Hall (on left). Take right towards “Sea Galaxy" Complex and park. Meeting is in Nautilus Room.
|October 19th, 2006 DRAFT SAC Meeting Minutes|
|Final Letter & Comments on DMP, DEIS & regulations (616KB PDF)|
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