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10/7/16 With the change of location, meeting participants continued to dwindle in up to a hour after the 9:00 AM commencement yesterday, but KCA was represented from the start, and ended with the largest contingency at the DLNR Maui Baseyard, with exception of the Agency employees.

As usual Scott Fretz ran the meeting, but the largest segment included an extensive power point presentation offered by Jeff Bagshaw, focusing on a new proposed Activities map, an extensive examination of the signage system update process and general program activities updates.

Also it was announced that in Kihei on November 10 at 6:00 PM at the Community Center, there is a public hearing regarding rule amendments to natural area reserves, including prohibitions of alcohol and drug use and change parking provisions (fees) at A-K.

SEE ltgov.hawaii/the-office/administrative-rules

or http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/NARS-draft-rules-160311.pdf


Does any ocean user in Maui not know the harmful effects of using sunscreen containing oxybenzone? We thought by now this was common knowledge how it is killing our reefs. But many (most?) visitors do not, but if they visit A-K they do now


The meeting concluded at noon..