Nedra Davis, executive director of the Chenier Plain Coastal Restoration and Protection Authority, and Brady Couvillion, research geographer for the U.S. Geological Survey, talk to reporters Monday in Lafayette about the draft 2017 Coastal Master Plan. (Photo by Bill Decker/The Daily Review/Morgan City)
Public comments have made a difference in the draft 2017 Louisiana Coastal Master Plan, one official told south Louisiana reporters Monday. And public comments still can.
The comment period lasts through March 26. You can see the draft report and make comments online at coastal.la.gov.