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The Marine Fisheries Commission (MFC) Habitat and Water Quality Committee will meet on Monday, January 22, at 1 p.m., at the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Washington Regional Office, located at 943 Washington Square Mall, Washington, NC.

The committee will receive presentations on the CRC Shoreline Stabilization Working Group Report and the PCS Phosphate Draft EIS for Mine Advance and will discuss new permit elevations and current elevated projects.

The committee will also be given a stormwater update and additional handouts for the notebook. In addition, the committee will be given a CHPP update. The committee will also review a list of items for presentation to the MFC.

If you have any questions, please call Mike Street at 800-682-2632 or 252-726-7021.


22 January 2007, 1 pm
· Introductions
· Modifications to Agenda
· Approval of minutes of 13 November 2006 meeting
· Public comments
· MFC Update (Mike Street)
· Presentations:
o CRC Shoreline Stabilization Working Group Report
Bonnie Bendell, DCM
o PCS Phosphate Draft EIS for mine advance
§ Ross Smith, PCS Phosphate, Aurora, NC
§ Sean McKenna, DMF
§ Discussion
· Permits
o New elevations
§ Chapman Lumber Co. Olde Oaks at Belle Island, Currituck Co.
§ Comer, Robin, Sunset Cove S/D, Carteret Co.
§ Greenville Timberline Land Co., Allison Creek, Hyde Co.
§ Hewlett Creek Development Group, New Hanover Co.
o Updates on current elevated projects
§ Sandy Point, Chowan County, CAMA permit and mitigation
§ Barbour’s Landing, Carteret County, CAMA
· Stormwater Update
o Revise notebooks, new materials, EMC action
· CHPP update – Jimmy Johnson
o Today’s CHPP Steering Comm. meeting at Washington office
· Review list of items for presentation to MFC (meet 21-23 February, Marriott, Carolina Beach)
· Next meeting
o Date and location
o Topics
o Other issues?
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