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The Cayman Islands Department of Environment is once again asking the public to provide comments and feedback on new marine park proposals.

The district public meetings have wrapped up, but there will be a poster presentation of the proposals in the Department of Environment library, 580 North Sound Road, Grand Cayman, until November 23, 2012, each day between 9 in the morning and 4 in the afternoon. The public is invited to drop in, see the proposals and offer their comments.

Find out more in the videos and embedded document below.

Previously on Green Antilles: Results of the Cayman Islands Marine Parks review and Reviewing the Cayman Islands’ marine protected areas after 25 years.


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  1. Susan Jones November 19, 2012 at 1:48 pm #

    Great article!

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