Introduced by Representative Sarah Vance during the last legislative session, House Bill 52 (HB 52) removes Tutka Bay Lagoon and uplands–totaling 123.45 acres–from the heart of Kachemak Bay State Park.
This common sense ordinance would limit potential conflicts between uses of the coastal waters of Homer, eliminate adverse impacts to the diverse and abundant species found in Kachemak Bay, and to promote overall public safety. Please call your city council members and the city manager to urge them to pass this ordinance today.
You can write to your state and federal representatives in support or favor of laws: these comments don’t need to get into the nitty gritty to have an impact. Overwhelming numbers in opposition to a project can sway a rep.