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SAMP: getting out of response recovery rut

April 9, 2014

Adam Whelchel, Ph.D., director of science at the Connecticut Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, speaks at the Ocean SAMP meeting on Thursday night in Narragansett.

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - At the Ocean Special Area Management Plan (SAMP) meeting on Friday night, several speakers discussed local options that could be employed to battle coastal erosion and climate change.

More than 50 people were in attendance at the meeting, including South Kingstown Director of Planning Vincent Murray, Charlestown Town Council President Thomas Gentz, Ivy Misna from the EPA, James Freedman and Laura Dwyer of the CRMC and Little Compton Town Councilor Gary Mataronas.

For the rest of this story and more local news, pick up a copy of the Narragansett Times.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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