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GLIN==> Wisconsin Coastal Needs Assessment



Coastal Needs Assessment Available for Public Review

The Wisconsin Coastal Management Program has completed a Draft Needs
Assessment for the Coastal Program. This assessment will guide the ultimate
development of a multi-year improvement strategy for the next five years.
The program improvements will utilize funding made available specifically
for this purpose by the Federal Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource
Management (OCRM). The assessment questions and the following program areas
were identified by OCRM:
Public Access
Coastal Hazards
Ocean/Coastal Resources
Wetlands
Cumulative and Secondary Impacts
Marine Debris
Special Area Management Planning
Energy & Government Facility Siting
Aquaculture. 

We invite you to review the Draft Needs Assessment
(http://www.doa.state.wi.us/dhir/boir/coastal/publications/309_Needs_Assessm
ent.pdf) and welcome your comments and input to assist us in the development
of the multi-year improvement strategy. 

You are encouraged to provide written comments to: 
Wisconsin Coastal Management Program
101 East Wilson Street, 6th Floor
P.O. Box 7868
Madison, WI 53707-7868. 
Or via email to: coastal@doa.state.wi.us. The Wisconsin Coastal Management
Program will be accepting comments through March 29, 2001. 
Internet: http://www.doa.state.wi.us/dhir/boir/coastal/

We appreciate your time and input in this process, and look forward to your
continued support for and interest in the Wisconsin Coastal Management
Program. Should you have questions, comments or wish to discuss please call
us at (608) 266-8234.




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