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The Marine Fisheries Commission Habitat and Water Quality Committee will meet on Monday, May 14, at 1 p.m., at the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Washington Regional Office, 943 Washington Square Mall, Washington, NC.

The committee will first receive updates concerning the Marine Fisheries Commission activities and will receive presentations on sewer system issues in New Hanover County, draft habitat chapters from the Oyster and Hard Clam FMPs, and the draft CHPP Implementation Plan for 2007-09. The committee will also receive an update on the Cape Hatteras National Seashore negotiated rule-making.

The committee will discuss new permit elevations and current elevated projects and will also review a list of items for presentation to the MFC at its June 2007 business meeting in Raleigh.

If you have any questions, please call Mike Street at 252-808-8067 or the Marine Fisheries Commission office at 252-808-8020.

14 May 2007
· Introductions

· Modifications to agenda

· Approval of minutes of 5 March 2007 meeting

· Public comments

· MFC Update (Mike Street)

· Presentations:
- Sewer system issues in New Hanover County
- Speaker TBD
- Draft habitat chapters from Oyster FMP and Hard Clam FMP
- Scott Chappell
- Draft CHPP Implementation Plan for 2007-09 (MFC/DMF actions)
- Mike Street
· Update on Cape Hatteras National Seashore negotiated rule making
- Wayne Mathis
· Permits
- New elevations
- Avolis, John and Joseph – Pamlico Co.
- Guthrie, James – Carteret Co.
- Pamlico Consort, LLC – Pamlico Co.
- W & J Development – Currituck Co.
- Updates on current elevated projects
- NCDOT Oregon Inlet Bridge, Dare Co.
- Oak Park at Whiskey Creek, New Hanover Co.
- Red Apple Group, The Peninsula, Pender Co.
- Tyrrell Co. WWTP, Dewey Pier Rd. discharge
- Weyerhaeuser Superfund site, Welch Creek, Washington Co.

· Review list of items for presentation to MFC at June 2007 meeting in Raleigh

· Next meeting
- Date and location
- Topics – Boating impacts on fish habitat, CRC dock and pier rule amendments
- Other issues
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