Winter 1999

  • Cellucci and Swift Name Senator Bob Durand to Top Environmental Post, p. 1.
  • Farewell to Secretary Coxe, p. 1.
  • State Seeks Ban on Boat Waste Discharge, p. 1.
  • Budget News, p. 2.
  • 1999 Stormwater Grants Awarded, p. 2.
  • Eelgrass Assessment on Martha's Vineyard, p. 2.
  • Classroom to Coast, p. 2.
  • Connecting Kids with Coastal Access Issues, p. 3.
  • North Shore Promotes Communities in Harmony with Nature, p. 3.
  • Massachusetts' Gulf of Maine Visionaries, p. 3.
  • New Faces at Massachusetts Coastal Zone Management, p. 4.
  • Georges Bank Moratorium No More?, p. 5.
  • Soils Identification Field Session, p. 6.
  • Fellows Advancing Coastal Management in Massachusetts, p. 6.
  • More on Dredged Materials Planning in Massachusetts, p. 6.
  • Eight Towns and the Bay Regional Salt Marsh Restoration Efforts, p. 7.
  • New Funds for Gulf of Maine, p. 7.
  • OCRM's Proposed Revision of the Federal Consistency Regulations, p. 8.
  • New and Improved CZM website, p. 8.
  • State Supports Coastal Access, p. 8.
  • Gulf of Maine Map and Annual Report, p. 8.
  • New Executive Director at the Buzzards Bay Coalition, p. 8.
  • Coastal Zone 99, p. 8.
  • Excellence in Environmental Education Award, p. 8.
  • COASTSWEEP '98 Highlights, p. 8.

Spring 1999

  • Pleasant Bay Resource Management Plan Approved, p. 1.
  • First Annual Coastal Access Conference, p. 1.
  • Snow-Cotter New Acting CZM Assistant Director, p. 2.
  • Volunteer Monitoring Grants Go Statewide, p. 2.
  • Hands-on GPS Technical Assistance, p. 2.
  • Wetlands Ecological Assessment, p. 3.
  • Mark Your Calendars for COASTSWEEP 1999, p. 3.
  • New Federal Guidelines for Whale Watching, p. 4.
  • New Operational Procedures Recommended by the Whale Watch Advisory Group, p. 4.
  • Outer Continental Shelf Revenue Sharing Proposal, p. 5.
  • Hundreds Attend Town Meeting on Federal Conservation Funding, p. 5.
  • Coastal Zone Management Reauthorization '99, p. 6.
  • New Environmental Sensitivity Maps Available, p. 6.
  • Classroom to Coast: Kids Sharing Stewardship Projects for Coastal Access, p. 6.
  • Salt Marsh Restoration: Massachusetts Program Turns the Tide, p. 7.
  • Budget News, p. 7.
  • Mass Bays Gets EPA Grant for Wetlands Project, p. 8.
  • Status of the Shellfish Bed Restoration Program, p. 8.
  • Essential Fish Habitat Update, p. 8.
  • New Presidential Order on Invasive Species, p. 8.
  • Conference of Mayors Honors Kalisz of New Bedford for Water Pollution Control, p. 8.
  • Boat Pump Out List Available, p. 8.

Summer 1999

  • New Director of CZM Appointed, p. 1.
  • Snow-Cotter Named Assistant Director, p. 1.
  • Outgoing CZM Director, Peg Brady, Leaves a Successful Legacy, p. 1.
  • All Aboard the Great Marsh Boat Tours, p. 2.
  • Harbor Planning Happenings, p. 2.
  • Dissolved Oxygen in Mount Hope Bay, p. 2.
  • First Annual Coastal Access Conference a Huge Success, p. 3.
  • Coastal Access Conference Recommendations, p. 3.
  • Fish Habitat Restoration at Town Brook, p. 3.
  • COASTSWEEP: A Day at the Beach, p. 4.
  • Weird Items Found at COASTSWEEP '98, p. 4.
  • Fish Count in Ipswich Yields Promising Results, p. 4.
  • 1999 COASTSWEEP Cleanup Listing, p. 5.
  • Herrick Farm Transformed into an Agricultural Management Model, p. 6.
  • Nomans Land Island: From Bomb Site to Nature Reserve, p. 6.
  • E.O. Wilson Kicks Off Speaker Series, p. 6.
  • Hurricane Season: Be Prepared, p. 7.
  • New Work Group on Chapter 91 and Harbor Planning, p. 8.
  • Mandatory Ship Reporting, p. 8.
  • Parker River/Essex Bay ACEC Brochure, p. 8.
  • Preserving Historic Rights of Way to the Sea Is Reprinted, p. 8.
  • Plum Island Sound Research Report and Management Plan, p. 8.
  • Three Classroom to Coast Project Profiles Available, p. 8.
  • Pump Out Guide Available, p. 8.
  • Whalewatching Guidelines Brochure Available, p. 8.
  • Technical Assistance in the Great Marsh, p. 8.
  • Stormwater Workshops Held for Local Officials, p. 8.
  • CZM Welcomes Jay Baker for NPS Position, p. 8.

The Last Coastlines of 1999

  • Durand Works to Promote Community Preservation, p. 1.
  • CZMA-Wrangling Over Reauthorization, p. 2.
  • A Half-Million in Stormwater Grants Awarded, p. 2.
  • Full Steam Ahead with Gloucester Harbor Plan, p. 2.
  • Phil Coates Retires as DMF Director, p. 3.
  • Coastal Pollution Control for Ipswich Shellfish Areas, p. 2.
  • Seven Sites Selected for Shellfish Bed Cleanup, p. 3.
  • COASTSWEEP '99 vs. Hurricane Floyd, p. 4-5.
  • Happy Birthday Gulf of Maine Council, p. 6.
  • It's Time to Get Back to the Beaches!, p. 6.
  • Inside, Outside, and All Around Mass Bays..., p. 6.
  • Nursery Habitat in New Bedford Harbor?, p. 7.
  • Durand Visits Great Marsh, p. 7.
  • Canadian Review Panel: Extend Georges Bank Drilling Ban, p. 8.
  • Report Released on Oil and Gas Drilling on Georges Bank, p. 8.
  • Massachusetts Stormwater Phase 2 Workshops, p. 8.
  • Soils Workshops for South Shore Health Agents, p. 8.
  • CZM Provides GIS Training on North Shore, p. 8.
  • Aquaculture Workshop a Big Success, p. 8.
  • Eelgrass Maps Are on the Web, p. 8.
  • More New Faces at CZM, p. 8.