Association of Coastal Towns (ACT) Meeting

January 24th, 2020 - 9:30 am

The Association of Coastal Towns (ACT) is composed of seven southern Delaware coastal communities that include Lewes, Henlopen Acres, Rehoboth, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, South Bethany, and Fenwick Island. ACT strives to collectively preserve and protect the unique character of coastal Delaware by focusing on the preservation of coastal ecosystems and other critical issues such as beach replenishment, maintenance of navigable waterways, tidal flooding, and sea-level rise. ACT is also a tireless advocate for the coastal industry and coastal tourism, cornerstones of Delaware’s economy. ACT strives to achieve its goals by working with the Sussex County Association of Towns (SCAT) but will speak with a singular voice when needed at the federal, state, or local level regarding issues specific to coastal Delaware. 

Meeting of A.C.T. (Association of Coastal Towns)

January 24, 2020, at 9:30 AM

Location:  Fenwick Island Town Hall, 800 Coastal Highway, Fenwick Island DE 19944


I.     Call the meeting to order, Gene Langan

II.     Approval of December 3, 2019, Meeting Minutes, All

III.    Financial Activities, Joni Reich

IV.    Report from Tony Pratt

V.     Update from Senator Carper's Office, Karen MGrath/John Kane

        Re:  USACE acceptance of DMU Beneficial use Study

VI.    Presentation Sussex County, Todd Lawson 

VII.   Orsted, Joy Weber

VIII.  Update Sea Grant, Danielle Swallo

         Re:  RASCL Summit Follow Up

IX.    CIB Update, Chris Bason/Michelle Schmidt

X.     Update on Resilient Communities Partner Grant, Evan Miller

XI.    Discussion on ACT Logo/Branding, All

XII.   Scheduling Next Meeting, All

XIII.  Executive Session, Mayors & City Managers 

*Public notice will be given of any change in schedule.

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