Harbor Management Commission

Meeting

  • 6:30 p.m.
  • The 2nd Thursday of each month
  • Eliot House

Agendas & Minutes


Agendas are available prior to meetings. Minutes area available following approval.


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Members

Information on members of the Harbor Management  Commission can be found here.


Meeting Calendar 

 

 

The link below contains information on the regularly scheduled monthly meetings for the current year. It does not contain Agendas or information on special meetings or emergency meetings. To receive notifications and Agendas for  all meetings, regular, special and emergency please go to the Notify Me center, locate the Board, Commission or Committee you are interested in and follow the instructions.

The regularly scheduled monthly meeting dates may be found here



The Management Plan for Clinton Harbor 

      Many who live and visit in the Town of Clinton believe that the waters and shoreline of Clinton Harbor contain the Town's most valuable natural resources. These resources include wetlands, inter-tidal flats. beaches, shellfish grounds and open waters. They support boating and other water activities, enhance the shore front residential areas, provide valuable fish and wild life habitat and maintain important ecological functions and scenic qualities. 

    Pressures for the use of the Harbor's resources highlight the importance of active involvement by the Town to help protect these resources and ensure safe, equitable and efficient use of Harbor waters.  Long-range planning is necessary to guide the future use of this valuable resource.  



The Management Plan for Clinton Harbor
Responsibilities
   The Harbor Management Commission is comprised of 7 members appointed by the Board of Selectmen. The commission is charged with maintaining the harbor management plan for the Clinton Harbor. Commission members work with other town departments, local contractors as well as state and federal agencies to ensure that Clinton's waterways and marine resources are used, maintained, enjoyed and protected.