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SEMP adopted by Council

On 19 June, the Amity Point SEMP was adopted by Council allowing for the next phase of the SEMP to progress with the development of the Implementation Plan. The Plan will clarify and outline the process, costs and roles and responsibilities associated with the management options.

The Amity Point SEMP is considered a long-term strategy with a planning horizon of 20 years focusing namely on the northern, central and southern reaches. During this time frame, Council will remain in contact with community members and other stakeholders as recommendations are progressively implemented.

Community engagement is a critical component that will help form the Implementation Plan and a Stakeholder and Community Engagement Plan is currently being developed.

Categories: #semp, #amitypoint, #erosioncontrol
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