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Lake Michigan Coastal Program Coastal 101 – 2007 Edition Program History http://www.state.in.us/nrc_dnr/lakemichigan/ Indiana Coastal “Zone” Management in the 1970s Regrouping in the 90’s Fruition in 2002 – Program Approval Timeline Development 02-Present

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Lake Michigan Coastal Program

Coastal 101 – 2007 Edition


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Program History

  • http://www.state.in.us/nrc_dnr/lakemichigan/

  • Indiana Coastal “Zone” Management in the 1970s

  • Regrouping in the 90’s

  • Fruition in 2002 – Program Approval Timeline

  • Development 02-Present


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The purpose of the Indiana Lake Michigan Coastal Program is to enhance the State's role in planning for and managing natural and cultural resources in the coastal region and to support partnerships between federal, state and local agencies and organizations. The Indiana Lake Michigan Coastal Program relies upon existing laws and programs as the basis for achieving its purpose.


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What is the Focus? to enhance the State's role in

  • Protect and restore significant natural resources

  • Prevent the loss of life and property in coastal hazard areas

  • Improve public access for recreational purposes

  • Protect and restore important historic and culturalresources

  • Prevent and reduce non-point pollution that affects coastal waters

  • Revitalize urban waterfronts and ports

  • Provide for priority water-dependent uses

  • Improve government coordination


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Program Structure to enhance the State's role in

Technical Review

Team

Areas of Significance


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Who is the Program? to enhance the State's role in

  • Dedicated Program Staff – 4.5 FTE

    • Mike Molnar – Program Manager

    • Jenny Orsburn – Program Specialist

    • Joe Exl – Coastal Nonpoint Coordinator

    • Vacant – Program Assistant

    • Susan Melnyk – Special Projects Coordinator

  • Partner Program Staff

    • Division of Nature Preserves – John Ervin

    • Division of Water – Steve Davis

  • Networked Staff – too numerous to list


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And what about the Money? to enhance the State's role in


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State and Federal Funding Overview to enhance the State's role in

  • LMCP 2007-08 State Budget - $134,547

  • LMCP 2007-08 Federal Budget - $976,000


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2006 Federal Funding Details to enhance the State's role in


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2006 State and Local Match Details to enhance the State's role in


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How Does the Public Participate? to enhance the State's role in

  • Coastal Advisory Board

    • Group representing regional stakeholder interests

    • 19 voting and 8 nonvoting members

  • Project Planning

  • Priority Setting Forum – July each year

  • Coast Week


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Coastal Advisory Board to enhance the State's role in

Non-statutory Advisory Body

Responsibilities Include:

  • Stakeholder Representation

  • Priority Setting

  • Public Involvement

  • Planning and Coordination

    Opportunities to Get Involved:

  • CAB Committees


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Proposed Committees to enhance the State's role in

  • Education/Outreach

  • Grants

  • Nonpoint Pollution/Coastal Community Dev.

  • CELCP/Coastal Areas of Significance


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Ex-Officio Members to enhance the State's role in


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CAB Meeting Dates to enhance the State's role in

  • July 18, 2007 – 6:15 PM

  • September 19, 2007 – 6:15 PM

  • October 17, 2007 – 6:15 PM

  • January 16, 2008 – 6:15 PM

  • April 16, 2008 – 6:15 PM

  • July 16, 2008 – 6:15 PM


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CAB Officers to enhance the State's role in

  • Chair

    • Ensures the effective action of the Coastal Advisory Board

  • Vice-Chair

    • Assists the Chair in Board operation

  • Secretary

    • Serves as the Board expert on procedural and policy issues

  • Seeking more active role for 07-09


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Current Initiatives to enhance the State's role in

  • Section 309 Enhancement

  • Grants - Orsburn

  • Nonpoint Pollution Control - Exl

  • Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation Program - Melnyk

  • Education/Outreach

  • Coast Week


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Section 309 Enhancement Program to enhance the State's role in

  • Voluntary program

  • Encourages states to develop program changes (enhancements) in one or more of nine areas.

  • Provides dedicated funds to:

    • Develop Assessment and five-year Strategy

    • Conduct program changes

    • Implement program changes for two years


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Estimated 309 Expenditure Per Year to enhance the State's role in


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Section 309 – Goals 2007 to enhance the State's role in

Goal 1:Improve the information available to the state regarding public access in the coastal area.

Goal 2:Conduct an inventory of coastal wetlands.


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Grants Update to enhance the State's role in

Jenny Orsburn

Program Specialist


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Coastal Nonpoint Control Update to enhance the State's role in

Joe Exl

Coastal Nonpoint Coordinator


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CELCP Update to enhance the State's role in

Susan Melnyk

Special Projects Coordinator


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CELCP to enhance the State's role in

Threat Assessment and Prioritization - Predicted areas of residential development (blue) and open space (green), 2000-2030, from the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission report “2030 Connections.” Black outlines show areas identified as ecologically important from IBI. Excerpted from IU Biodiversity Conservation Possibilities and Threat Assessment for the Indiana Lake Michigan Coastal Management Program


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Education/Outreach to enhance the State's role in

Mike Molnar

Program Manager

Susan Melnyk

Special Projects Coordinator


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Coast Week 2007 to enhance the State's role in

  • LMCP Sponsored Events - 5th Anniversary Celebration

  • Coastal Community Development Workshop

  • Sailing Lake Michigan – A New Look at Coastal Management


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Ecosystems of the Indiana Coastal Region to enhance the State's role in

Round II in Process – Summer Unveiling


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Sign Design Contest to enhance the State's role in

Public Dedication and Unveiling….


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Shorelines to enhance the State's role in


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Lake Michigan Coastal Program to enhance the State's role in

Working Together to Make a Difference


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