Public Meeting to Gather Input on Restoring Hewletts & Bradley Creekposted 6/26/2012 9:52:41 AM
Public ServicesStormwater Services
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PO Box 1810
Wilmington, NC 28402-1810
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Public Meeting to Gather Input
on Restoring Hewletts & Bradley Creek
The City of Wilmington will host a meeting to gather public input about the Hewletts & Bradley Creek Watershed Restoration Plan on Thursday, June 28 from 6-8pm at the New Hanover County Executive Development Center (1241 Military Cutoff Road, adjacent to the Northeast Public Library).
The Hewletts and Bradley Creek Watershed Restoration Plan will be a long term effort involving watershed-wide collaborations between citizens, landowners, organizations, and government entities. The public meeting will provide information about the proposed plan to restore water quality and shellfish harvesting, and ultimately to remove the creeks from the State’s Impaired Waters List. Public feedback is requested to provide input on the plan and proposed actions. Meeting participation is open to every interested citizen, landowner, organization and agency.
Development of the restoration plan and future implementation is the result of a partnership between the City of Wilmington Planning and Stormwater Divisions, North Carolina Coastal Federation, UNCW Center for Marine Science, Town of Wrightsville Beach, and Withers & Ravenel.
To read the draft watershed plan or to learn which watershed your home or business lies within, please visit, www.wilmingtonnc.gov/stormwater .
For more information, contact Dave Mayes, 343-4777 or email@example.com