WAILUKU - In actions taken by the Maui County Council on Friday:
* A bill regulating aquarium fish collection was passed on second and final reading. The bill would require humane treatment of fish that are caught in island reefs for sale in the aquarium trade, making it illegal to intentionally cause the death of the fish and prohibiting practices like trimming their spines or fins.
* Council members approved a conditional use permit for Seabury Hall to build a creative arts facility and a grassed parking lot on a 9.5-acre site adjacent to the existing campus.
* A proposal to increase the number of property tax review boards in order to deal with backlogged property tax appeals was deferred. Real Property Tax Review Board Chairman Dean Frampton said that the board had made significant progress in catching up with the backlog, and suggested alternatives to creating new boards.