January - March 1990
- Governor Signs Cape Cod Commission Act, p. 1.
- CZMA Reauthorization before Congress, p. 2.
- Donations Sought for Repair of Lobster Hatchery, p. 6.
- Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund Celebrates Silver
Anniversary, p. 7.
- Local Initiatives Theme of December Harbormasters Conference,
- DEP Wetlands Setback Rules for Title V, p. 7.
- WBNERR Researchers Awarded $2 Million Grant, p. 8.
- Massachusetts Bays Join National Estuary Program, p. 1.
- Sanctuary Status for Stellwagen Bank under Review, p. 2.
- CZMA Reauthorization, p. 3.
- New Bedford Superfund Cleanup, p. 3.
- CZM to Review Seabrook Wastewater Facility, p. 4.
- Right Whale Bill Goes to House, p. 4.
- Cape Cod Commission Act Becomes Law, p. 4.
- Buzzards Bay Program Issues RFPs, p. 5.
- Martha's Vineyard Land Bank Purchases Wascosim's Rock Property
in West Tisbury, p. 5.
- Water Monitoring Program for Crane's Reservation Area
Proposed, p. 5.
- Massachusetts Coastal Legislation for 1990, p. 6.
- Vermont Case Reaffirms Waterfront Public Trust Rights, p. 9.
- Documentary Looks at Fishing Industry, p. 10.
- CZM Appoints New Cape Cod Coordinator, p. 10.
- Buzzards Bay Program Adds Staff, p. 10.
- Governor Names Environmental Heroes, p. 11.
- CZM North Shore Office Moves, p. 11.
- House Bill 4030, the Reauthorization of the Coastal Zone
Management Act Introduced, p. 12.
- Massachusetts First to Issue National Estuary Program Plan, p.
- Recommendations for One Buzzards Bay Action Plan on Septic
Systems Reaches State Level, p. 2.
- CZMA Reauthorization Debated, p. 3.
- State Regulations Revised on Procurement Procedures, p. 3.
- CZM Wins National Environmental Council Award, p. 3.
- Gulf of Maine Council Established, p. 3.
- Hull High School Adopts Environmental Theme, p. 3.
- Ship Cited for Illegal Dumping, p. 3.
- Red Tide Closes Eastern Massachusetts Shellfish Beds, p. 4.
- Cruise Ship Grounds in Buzzards Bay, p. 4.
- CZM Adds Harbor Planning Specialist, p. 6.
- Hurricane Season Approaches, p. 6.
- Naming Hurricanes, p. 6.
- Land Bank Preserves Gay Head View, p. 7.
- EOEA/CZM Release Draft Harbor Planning Regulations, p. 1.
- Chapter 91 Regulations Released for Legislative Review, p. 2.
- Orleans Wins National Award, p. 3.
- CZMA Reauthorization Moves Slowly in Senate, p. 3.
- CZM Cape Cod Regional Office Moves, p. 3.
- Recreational Waters Bill Approved by House Oceanography
Subcommittee, p. 3.
- House and Senate Adopt Requirements for Double Hulls, p. 4.
- Environmental Secretary Signs Coastal Pledge, p. 4.
- Environmental Education for Judges, p. 4.
- Marinas, Shellfish Buffer Zones Debated, p. 4.
- Lobster Hatchery Rebuilding on Martha's Vineyard Begins, p. 5.
- MARPOL Dumping Information Signs Required for Large Boats, p.
- The Big Dig: Where to Put the Dirt, p. 6.
- Preparations for COASTSWEEP 1990, p. 6.
- Federal CZM Reauthorized for 5 Years, p. 1.
- Congress Passes Coastal Bills, p. 2
- Congress Expands Barrier Resources System, p. 2.
- Two Marine Centers Planned for New England, p. 2.
- Wetlands Protection Stressed in Legislation, p. 3.
- Congress Approves National Environmental Education Act, p. 3.
- Federal Budget Increases CZM Funding, p. 3.
- CZM and EPA Sign Mass Bays Agreement, p. 3.
- Gould Named Mass Bays Program Manager, p. 3.
- Mass Bays Action Grants Awarded, p. 4.
- Gloucester Wetlands Ordinance Establishes New "Resource Area"
Around ACECs, p. 5.
- Salem Sound 2000 Stresses Inter-Community Cooperation, p. 5.
- Director Hired for Buzzards Bay Advisory Committee, p. 5.
- Disposal of Dredged Material in Cape Cod Bay, p. 5.
- Another COASTSWEEP Success, p. 6.
- Spectacle Island Update, p. 6.
- 1990 Review: A Year for the Coast, p. 1.
- Massachusetts Environmental Trust Announces Grant Program, p.
- EOEA Showcases New Print Ad Campaign, TV Ads Win Award, p. 3.
- Six Coastal Communities Picked for Wetlands Mapping, p. 3.
- Coastal Barrier Resource System Adds 18 Massachusetts Units,
- Groundfish Resource Threatened, p. 6.
- Southeast Regional Coordinator Appointed to CZM Staff, p. 7.
- The Coalition for Buzzards Bay Releases State of the Bay
Report, p. 7.