Tuesday, June 29, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 30, 2010 at 8:30 a.m. Red Lion Hotel Eureka* 1929 Fourth Street Eureka, CA 95501
Public Participation: Members of the public are invited to attend the meeting in person or may view and listen to the meeting via simultaneous webcasting on the Internet. Video and audio archives of the meeting may be accessed via the Internet approximately two days after the meeting. Members of the public who wish to videotape or audiotape the meeting are allowed only in designated areas so as to avoid disrupting the meeting. Please visit the Marine Life Protection Act (MLPA) website at http://www.dfg.ca.gov/mlpa/meetings_n.asp for more information. In addition, the following locations will be open to the public to view and participate in the meeting remotely:
C.V. Starr Community Center* 300 South Lincoln Street Fort Bragg, CA 95437
Flynn Center Multipurpose Room * 981 H Street Crescent City, CA 95531
Public Comment: The public will be invited to provide general comment on subjects related to the work of the MLPA Master Plan Science Advisory Team (SAT) onWednesday, June 30at approximately 12:20 p.m. Speaker cards are requested and may be found at the entrance to the room. Time allotted for public comment is determined by the chair; submitting written comments that can be easily summarized in one to two minutes is encouraged. Note that the public comment period is for comments specific to the SAT; comments related to the MLPA Blue Ribbon Task Force or other MLPA Initiative activities should be directed to the task force or MLPA staff.
Meeting Materials: Meeting materials will not be provided at the meeting but will be posted on this page as soon as they are available.
* This facility is accessible to persons with disabilities. To request reasonable accommodations for a disability, please contact California Relay Service (at least two days prior to the meeting) at 800.735.2929 (TT) or 800.735.2922 (voice) or contact the California Marine Life Protection Act Initiative at 916.654.1885.
Receive updates on the MLPA North Coast Study Region marine protected area (MPA) planning process
Review and potentially approve additions to the evaluation methods document for marine birds and mammals, habitat representation and replication, and bioeconomic modeling
Review and potentially adopt the SAT evaluations of the North Coast Regional Stakeholder Group (NCRSG) Round 2 MPA proposals
Review and potentially approve SAT responses to science questions
Meeting Agenda - Wednesday, June 30, 2010
The SAT will break for lunch at approximately 11:35 a.m. and general public comment will be taken immediately after at approximately 12:20 p.m. At the discretion of the co-chairs, agenda items may be heard in any order on either day of the meeting.
Review Agenda for Day 2
D. Review and Discuss Additions to the Habitat Representation and Habitat Replication Evaluation Methods Potential SAT Action: Approve additions to the SAT evaluation methods for habitat representation and habitat replication
III. SAT Evaluations of North Coast Regional Stakeholder Group Round 2 Draft MPA proposals (continued from Day 1)
Review and Discuss the Habitat Representation and Habitat Replication Evaluation Results Potential SAT Action: Approve the summary of habitat representation and habitat replication evaluation results Public Comment on Item Motion and Vote Amending Motion and Vote
Review and Discuss the MPA Size and MPA Spacing Evaluation Results Potential SAT Action: Approve the summary of MPA size and MPA spacing evaluation results Public Comment on Item Motion and Vote
Review and Discuss the Bioeconomic Model Evaluation Results Potential SAT Action: Approve the summary of bioeconomic model evaluation results Public Comment on Item Motion and Vote
Review and Discuss the Potential Commercial and Recreational Fishery Impacts Evaluation Results Potential SAT Action: Approve the summary of potential commercial and recreational fishing impacts evaluation results Public Comment Motion and Vote
IV. Science Questions
Review and Discuss SAT Responses to Science Questions Potential SAT Action: Approve SAT responses to science questions Motion and Vote