GROUP CHARGED WITH REVIEWING NEW COASTAL MANAGEMENT RULES TO MEET FRIDAY IN CLEVELAND
COLUMBUS, OH – A sub-committee of the Ohio Coastal Resources Advisory Council will meet on Friday, October 19 at Cleveland Lakefront State Park to discuss proposed rules for managing construction along the Lake Erie shoreline. The meeting is set for 1:30 p.m. at the park’s main office, 8701 Lakeshore Blvd. N.E. in Cleveland.
The sub-committee is scheduled to present new rules for managing the coastline to the full council on Thursday, November 8 in Ashtabula. Both the sub-committee and the full council meetings are open to the public.
Full text of the policy and the proposed coastal management rules are available on the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Office of Coastal Management Web site at ohiodnr.com .
The Ohio Coastal Resources Advisory Council is comprised of 19 members appointed by the director of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) to provide advice on Lake Erie coastal management issues. The mission of the council is to advise the director of ODNR on the Ohio Coastal Management Program and to promote, protect, enhance and encourage the wise use of Lake Erie’s coastal resources and its watershed.
The council meets quarterly at locations along Lake Erie, offering an opportunity for the public to see and hear about important lake-related topics, as well as offer their ideas and concerns relative to lake issues.
For Additional Information, Contact:
Liz Everhard, Office of Coastal Management