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Boating & Waterways Program - Management Plans

CM3P Working Group Update
The NaturalResource Management Office and the University of Florida Brevard County Extension Service have nearly completed and are jointly sponsoring the development of the Brevard County Comprehensive Maritime Management Master Plan (CM3P). In development of the plan, a series of public meetings are to be held to address and balance environmental, recreational, and economic issues affecting the future of Brevard County’s waterways. Our kickoff meeting was a success with over 100 individuals present, representing a wide variety of interests such as eco-tourism, ecosystem management, recreational boaters, marinas, law enforcement, local municipalities, water-dependent facilities, marine industries, conservation districts and interested citizens. For information on the development of the CM3P contact Matt Culver at the Brevard County Natural Resources Management Office.

Continuing the development of the CM3P, the eighth Working Group held its first meeting on August 24, 2011 and will meet every other Wednesday. This Working Group will focus on the topic of boating safety. All meetings will be held at 5 PM at the Government Center, 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera, FL 32940, Building A, second floor, suite 219, in the Natural Resources Management Office Conference Room.  All meetings are open to the public.


On January 11, 2011, the Steering Committee met to review the Goal Drafts prepared by Working Groups 5 and 6. The Steering Committee made suggestions on the Drafts and were presented to the Brevard Marine Advisory Council (BMAC) for their consideration on January 20, 2011. BMAC approved the Goal Drafts from Working Groups 5 and 6. The Board of County Commissioners accepted the following Goals at the February 22, 2011 meeting.

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Working Group V Final Draft Goal IC 268.30 KB09 Feb, 2017
Working Group V Final Draft Goal IIC 141.60 KB09 Feb, 2017
Working Group VI Final Draft Goal ID 298.32 KB09 Feb, 2017

On September 7, 2010, the Board of County Commissioners accepted the Final Drafts from Working Groups I through IV.

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Board accepted Final Draft Goal IIA 15.72 KB09 Feb, 2017
Board accepted Final Draft Goal IIB 64.99 KB09 Feb, 2017
Board accepted Final Draft Goal IID 79.94 KB09 Feb, 2017
Board accepted Final Draft Goal IIIA 65.32 KB09 Feb, 2017
Board accepted Final Draft Goal VA 92.06 KB09 Feb, 2017

For information on upcoming CM3P public meetings, please contact Matt Culver at the Brevard County Natural Resources Management Office, 321-633-2016 or by email at matt.culver@brevardcounty.us.


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2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way
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Viera, FL 32940

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