February 14, 2012
Territorial Sea Plan Public Work Session
The Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) and the Ocean Policy Advisory Council (OPAC) are holding two public work sessions on Friday February 17, to get feedback on changes to the state’s Territorial Sea Plan. One session will be held in Warrenton from 11:00AM – 2:30PM, the other will be held in Cannon Beach from 5:30PM – 9:00PM.
Camp Rilea, Warrior Hall
91204 Oregon Road
Warrenton, Oregon 97146
1400 South Hemlock Street
Cannon Beach, Oregon 97110
The plan is being amended to site marine renewable or wave energy development. The maps and planning options that are being considered will be distributed and discussed.
Paul Klarin, Marine Program Coordinator Oregon Dept. of Land Conservation and Development 635 Capitol Street NE, Suite 150, Salem, OR 97301-2540 Office: (503) 373-0050 ext. 249; Cell: (503) 428-0510; Fax: (503) 378-6033 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ocean Policy Advisory Council (OPAC)
Territorial Sea Plan Working Group (TSPWG)
Territorial Sea Spatial Planning
Public Work Session
Friday February 17, 2012
11:00 am – 2:30 pm
LOCATION: Camp Rilea, Warrior Hall
91204 Oregon Road
Warrenton, Oregon 97146-9711
To make a comment or for more information about the Territorial Sea Plan process and other nearshore ocean information, please visit:
Intended audience: anyone interested in Oregon’s ocean resources and renewable energy development in the territorial sea (0-3 nautical miles offshore)
Purpose: share information and collect public input that will be used to spatially designate areas for ocean renewable energy development in the state’s territorial sea
Workshop will include:
- Overview of Territorial Sea Plan (TSP) Part 5 and marine spatial planning process
- Overview of data used to identify Oregon’s Goal 19 resources and uses:
Beneficial uses, fishery resources, and ecological resources
- Public input opportunity (soliciting comments on the following):
Data used, protection levels for Goal 19 resources, protection criteria
Oregon’s Territorial Sea:
Where should OCEAN RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT occur?
The State is soliciting YOUR feedback and input!