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Long Island Sound Blue Plan Resource and Use Inventory
 
 
 
Long Island Sound Blue Plan Resource and Use Inventory Public Hearing, May 8, 2018
 
The updated version of the Draft Long Island Sound Blue Plan Resource and Use Inventory (Version 1.2 April 2018) is now available.  The revision includes updates resulting from informal public review of the Inventory but does not include revisions made in response to comments received at the May 8, 2018 public hearing.  
 
 
{Link to Long Island Sound Blue Plan Resource and Use Inventory document} The first draft of the Inventory of natural resources and human uses for the Long Island Sound Blue Plan was completed in March 2018.
 
The Resource and Use Inventory has been under development for over two years and contains 12 ecological and 13 human use chapters in its 294 pages.  The document provides information on the current state of the Sound’s natural resources and human uses, all based on existing data available to the Planning Team, and is the first step in drafting the Blue Plan for Long Island Sound.  Ultimately, the Inventory will be used as the basis for developing the Blue Plan to minimize future conflicts with these resources and uses.
 
The success of the Blue Plan depends on the involvement of the general public and all stakeholders to make sure the Plan reflects the knowledge, perspectives, and needs of everyone whose lives are touched by Long Island Sound. 
 
We encourage you to provide your insights, questions, additional information, and other input on this Inventory draft.  Map Books referenced in the Resource and Use Inventory can be found on the Long Island Sound Blue Plan Webinars and Map Books webpage.
 
Please send any comments by October 1, 2018:
  • via email to DEEP.BluePlanLIS@ct.gov, or
  • through the Online Comment Form, or
  • via U.S mail to LIS Blue Plan/Inventory, DEEP WPLR, Land and Water Resources Division – Planning, 79 Elm Street, Hartford, CT 06106.
Thank you for your continued interest in and support of the Long Island Sound Blue Plan.
 
 
 
Content Last Updated August 2, 2018