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The HSRP meeting will be open to the publicand public comment periods (on-site) will be scheduled in the meeting agenda. Commentperiods are scheduled in the afternoon, will be limited to a total time of five (5) minutes per person, and are recorded as part of the meeting minutes. A final meeting agenda will be posted on the HSRP Web site at:
The HSRP will also hold focused Stakeholder Breakout Sessions with regional and local stakeholders to further discuss challenges and issues presented during the Stakeholder Panel presentations, and other issues not previously presented. Three Stakeholder Breakout Sessions will be held on Thursday, November 29, 2012 with the general themes: Hydrographic Surveying/Charting; Geospatial Positioning; and Tides, Currents and Water Levels. Regional and local stakeholders with interests in NOAA's navigation services and products are invited to actively participate in these breakout sessions. You can sign up for these sessions by contacting the NOAA's Gulf of Mexico Navigation Manager, Mr. Tim Osborn at email: Tim.Osbon@noaa.gov; or the HSRP Program Coordinator, Kathy Watson at email: Kathy.Watson@noaa.gov. The breakout sessions are the opportunity for stakeholders to raise concerns and develop recommended actions to address the issues facing the Gulf of Mexico region. The HSRP will consider input from these breakout sessions, and from the other meeting presentations, to develop its recommendations to the NOAA Under Secretary for improving NOAA's suite of navigation data, products, and services for the Gulf of Mexico region.
Other matters to be discussed will include HSRP working group updates, meetingadministration, and public comments.