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Highland Bayou Workgroup Meeting Notes June 14th 12:00-2:30 p.m. Galveston County Extension Office – Classroom 2, Carbide Park 4102-B Main Street (FM 519), La Marque, Texas 77568-4666
Steve Mikulencak (TX Coastal Watershed Program (TCWP)), Celina Lowry (TCWP), Amanda Solitro (TCWP), Valeria Rodriguez (TCWP), Bob Bassett (Municipal Utility District (MUD) 12), Martin Entringer (Galveston County Health District (GCHD)), Taylor Sanford (GCHD), Nancy Baher (Galveston County), Lindsey Lippert (Galveston Bay Estuary Program (GBEP)), Les Rumburg (City of La Marque), Robert Simoneu (Galveston County Parks (GCP)), Lisa Marshall (GBEP), Julie Diaz (GCP), Tim O’Connell (Resident Stakeholder), Charlene Warren(City of La Marque), Robert Michetich (City of La Marque), Suzy Kou (City of La Marque),Vaun Henry (City of Bayou Vista), Steven Mitchell (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD)). Introductions Celina Lowry thanked attendees for their time and Charlene Warren, City of La Marque for sponsoring lunch for the group. Steve explained the purpose behind the mapping exercises being conducted.
Mapping Exercise- Best Management Practices Steven gave a brief introduction to the mapping exercise. This exercise will take multiple meetings to complete. At this meeting the Urbanization category was addressed. Participants drew animals to randomly assign the two working groups. Group 1: o Steven Mikulencak o Valeria Rodriguez o Lisa Marshall o Julie Diaz o Charlene Warren o Les Rumburg o Suzy Kou o Taylor Sanford o Bob Basset o Robert Simoneau
Group 2: o Celina Lowry o Amanda Solitro o Steven Mitchell o Robert Michtich o Tim O’Connell o Martin Entringer o Vaun Henry o Lindsey Lippert o Nancy Baher
Groups then read through cards listing project suggestions and ideas for one of the categories and placed them on the map where they thought the project idea should take place, or in one of three baskets: Watershed Wide, Needs more Information, and Unlikely or Ineffective. Participants also had the option to write new ideas on blank cards and place them on the map or in one of the baskets. Meeting Ended at 2:30 pm