by Nick Delgado
Hoping to balance resource protection needs with recreational and commercial uses, the Department of Agriculture's Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources will hold more public meetings this week. The agency is attempting to get public input on the future levels of recreational and commercial activities that should be allowed in the Tumon and Piti Bomb Hole marine preserves.
The Limits of Acceptable Change Planning Session is the third step in a nine-step public involvement process. The session for the Tumon Bay Preserve will be held on Tuesday evening at the Tamuing Community Center while another will be held on Thursday evening at the Hagatna Community Center for input on the Piti Bomb Holes Marine Preserve.
The meetings will be held from 6-8 in the evening.