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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Waterfront Access Study Committee (WASC), as promulgated under N.C. Session Law 2006-248, Part XLV, will meet at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 26, 2006 in Room 643 of the Legislative Office Building (LOB), 300 N. Salisbury St. (the corner of N. Salisbury and W. Lane Streets), in downtown Raleigh, NC.

Potential agenda items for the Sept. 26 meeting include:

1. Committee member introductions

2. Overview of Committee charge, proposed study timetable and Committee activities.

3. Invitation to members and other interests to provide to the Committee any/all information relating to access trends,
diversity-of-use trends, development trends, tax assessment/rate trends in coastal North Carolina.

4. Presentation(s) and discussion on potential waterfront access and diversity-of-use incentive-based techniques and
management tools for the Committee to explore further.

5. Discussion of the possible format, venue, nature and timing of the next full Committee meeting.

6. Other matters related to the duties of the Committee.

Driving/parking directions can be found at:
http://www.ncleg.net/help/directions.html

Persons requesting future notices of Waterfront Access Study Committee meetings, or having questions about this meeting or other matters related to the Committee’s purview may contact North Carolina Sea Grant at 919/515-2454 or send e-mail to [email protected]. Information is also available at www.ncseagrant.org/waterfronts.

Membership of the Waterfront Access Study Committee
(Part XLV, S.L. 2006-248)
(As of 9-8-2006)

The Committee shall be comprised of 21 members as follows:

(1) The Director of the Sea Grant College Program of The University of North Carolina or the Director's designee. (Committee Chair) Michael Voiland, Executive Director, North Carolina Sea Grant

(2) The Senate Cochair of the Joint Legislative Commission on Seafood and Aquaculture or the Cochair's designee.
Senator Charlie Albertson, Senate Cochair, Joint Legislative Commission on Seafood and Aquaculture

(3) The House Cochair of the Joint Legislative Commission on Seafood and Aquaculture or the Cochair's designee.
Representative William Wainwright, House Cochair, Joint Legislative Commission on Seafood and Aquaculture

(4) The Chair of the Marine Fisheries Commission or the Chair's designee. Mac Currin, Chair, Marine Fisheries Commission

(5) The Chair of the Coastal Resources Commission or the Chair's designee. Courtney Hackney, Chair, Coastal Resources Commission.

(6) The Chair of the Wildlife Resources Commission or the Chair's designee. Gordon Myers, Division Chief, Wildlife Resources Commission

(7) The Director of the Division of Marine Fisheries or the Director's designee. Brian Cheuvront, Federal Aid Coordinator, Division of Marine Fisheries.

(8)The Director of the Division of Coastal Management or the Director's designee. Charles Jones, Director, Division of Coastal Management.

(9) The President of the North Carolina Recreation and Parks Association or the President's designee. The individual who serves in this position must also be a director of a public parks and recreation agency located in a coastal region as described in G.S. 143B 289.54(b). Neal Lewis, Director, New Hanover County Parks and Recreation.

(10) A representative of a local government located in the Northeast Coastal Region, as described by G.S. 143B 289.54(b), appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate. Allen Burrus, County Commissioner, Dare County

(11) A representative of a local government located in the Central Coastal Region, as described by G.S. 143B 289.54(b), appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Art Schools, Mayor, Emerald Isle

(12) A representative of a local government located in the Southeast Coastal Region, as described by G.S. 143B 289.54(b), appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate. John Vereen, Mayor, Oak Island

(13) An economist appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Douglas Wakeman, Meredith College

(14)A representative of the residential building industry who builds in a coastal region as described in G.S. 143B 289.54(b), appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate. Buddy Milliken, The Milliken Company, Brunswick County.

(15) A realtor licensed under Chapter 93A of the General Statutes, appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Julia Wax, Emerald Isle Realty

(16) An individual involved in economic development in a coastal region as described in G.S. 143B 289.54(b), appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate. Dave Inscoe, Carteret County Economic Development Council

(17) A representative of the marine trades industry appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Robin Mann, Paul Mann Custom Boats, Mann’s Harbor

(18) A representative of the commercial fishing industry appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate.
Hardy Plyler, Commercial Fisherman, Ocracoke.

(19) A representative of the recreational fishing industry appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Ernie Foster, The Albatross Fleet, Hatteras.

(20) A social scientist appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate. Barbara Garrity-Blake, Cultural Anthropologist/Book Author, Gloucester

(21) A representative of the environmental community appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Jim Stephenson, Program Analyst, N.C. Coastal Federation
 
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