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Council Amends Alabama Comprehensive Living Shoreline Monitoring Program

On May 6, 2020, the RESTORE Council amended its 2015 Funded Priorities List (Initial FPL) to approve implementation funding for the Alabama Comprehensive Living Shoreline Monitoring (AL CLSM) program, sponsored by the state of Alabama. The Council approved $3,975,000 to implement a 5-year living shoreline monitoring program to monitor and evaluate the success of living shoreline restoration sites in Mobile and Baldwin counties. Before voting on whether to approve funding, the Council published this FPL amendment for a 15-day public comment period beginning on April 22, 2020 and concluding at 11:59 pm (CST) on May 6, 2020. All comments were accepted via email and the Council staff has published the Response to Comments for this program. 
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AL CLSM Amendment (includes Response to Comments)
Keala J. Hughes
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