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THE FISH AND GAME COMMISSION
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State of California

THE FISH AND GAME COMMISSION

 

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State of California

FISH AND GAME COMMISSION

(916) 653-4899

http://www.fgc.ca.gov/

Special Meeting of Resources Building

April 25, 2007 (Wednesday) 1416 Ninth Street, Room 13201

1:00 p.m. (Teleconference Call) Sacramento

AGENDA2

ALL MEETINGS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC3

NOTE: The teleconference call will originate and will be audible to the public from the

Commission office, 1416 Ninth Street, Room 1320, Sacramento. Interested members of

the public are encouraged to attend at this location.

DISCUSSION ITEM

1. FINAL CERTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTS, ADOPTION OF

FINDINGS AND PROPOSED PROJECTS (OR ALTERNATIVES), AND FINAL

ADOPTION OF THE 2007-2010 MAMMAL HUNTING AND TRAPPING

REGULATIONS. (ACTION ONLY, NO FURTHER PUBLIC COMMENTS.)

1 These facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities. To request reasonable accommodations for a disability, please

contact California Relay Service at 1 (800) 735-2929 (TT) or 1 (800) 735-2922 (Voice) and ask them to contact the California

Fish and Game Commission at (916) 653-4899.

2 The public is encouraged to comment on any item on the agenda. In order for the Commission to adequately consider public

comments, the public is requested to submit written comments no later than eight days prior to the meeting. Written

comments received fewer than eight days preceding the meeting will be submitted to the Commission at the meeting;

however, Commission staff is unable to deliver material received one day before and on the day of the meeting to the

Commissioners when the meeting is not in Sacramento. Please send your comments to be received no later than two days

before the meeting.

If you decide to speak at the Commission meeting, please begin by giving your name and affiliation (if any) and the number of

people represented by your organization. Then tell the Commission your concerns in five minutes or less. Time allotted for

each agenda item depends upon the number of speakers for each item and the length of the agenda. The Commission is

interested in your views; don't worry about how to say them. If several people have spoken, try not to be repetitious. If there

are several with the same concerns, please try to appoint a spokesperson. The Commission is particularly interested in the

specific reasons you are for or against a proposal because the Commission's decision needs to be based on specific reasons.

If you would like to present handouts/written material to the Commission at the meeting, please provide eight (8) copies.

3 Sections 353 and 475, Title 14, CCR, regarding methods authorized for taking big game and methods of take for nongame

birds and nongame mammals has been removed from consideration for adoption. Additional reports and discussion will be

continued at the May 4, 2007, meeting in San Diego.