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March 5th,2009 Meeting Agenda

 
 
Meeting of
March 5th ,2009
Yolo Fliers Club
17980 County Rd. 94B
Woodland, CA 95695

ALL MEETINGS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

DISCUSSION ITEMS

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NOTE : Items may be heard in any order pursuant to the determination of the Commission President.

  11B. CONTINUED FROM MARCH 4, 2009
  Public Comment
 11C. CONTINUED FROM MARCH 4, 2009
  Public Comment
  Motion and  Vote (11C)
12.  ANNOUNCEMENT OF RESULTS FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION.


13.
 
RECEIPT OF PUBLIC TESTIMONY ON PROPOSED CHANGES TO SUBSECTION (b)(178) OF SECTION 7.50, TITLE 14, CCR, RE: SILVER KING CREEK SPORT FISHING REGULATIONS. (Note: The Commission will consider adoption of the proposed changes at its April 9, 2009, meeting.)


14.
 RECEIPT OF PUBLIC TESTIMONY ON PROPOSED CHANGES TO SECTION 124, TITLE 14, CCR, RE: HALIBUT TRAWLING. (Note: The Commission will consider adoption of the proposed changes at its April 9, 2009, meeting.)


15.
 
UPDATE ON MARINE LIFE PROTECTION ACT (MPA) REGULATION TIMELINE FOR NORTH CENTRAL COAST STUDY REGION. (Note: Public testimony will be limited to the regulatory timeline at this meeting. Public testimony regarding proposed regulations related to the North Central Coast MPAs is tentatively scheduled for the Commission's April 8, 2009, meeting.)

  Public Comment




16.  RECEIPT AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON THE CALIFORNIA STATE BOARD OF FORESTRY AND FIRE PROTECTION AND THE CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME COMMISSION JOINT POLICY STATEMENT ON PACIFIC SALMON AND ANADROMOUS TROUT.
 Motion and Vote 


17.  
UPDATE AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON THE COMMISSION'S AUGUST 25, 2006, AUTHORIZATION TO PUBLISH NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND SECTION 236, TITLE 14, CCR, TO PROHIBIT THE IMPORTATION OF TURTLES AND FROGS FOR THE LIVE ANIMAL MARKET.


18.
 
DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME LEGISLATIVE REPORT UPDATE AND POSSIBLE CONSIDERATION OF COMMISSION POSITIONS ON PROPOSED LEGISLATION.


19. RECEIPT OF DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME INFORMATIONAL ITEMS.


A.  RECEIPT OF DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME DIRECTORS REPORT


B.
 UPDATE ON THE AUTOMATED LICENSE DATA SYSTEM


C. UPDATE ON AQUACULTURE


D.
 UPDATE ON ENFORCEMENT


E.
 OTHER

  Public Comment


20
 RECEIPT OF COMMISSION INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

 Public Comment 


21 SUBCOMMITTEE REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS


A.
 MARINE RESOURCES COMMITTEE


B.
 AL TAUCHERS PRESERVING HUNTING AND SPORT FISHING OPPORTUNITIES ADVISORY COMMITTEE

  Public Comment


22.
 RECEIPT OF FEDERAL AGENCIES INFORMATIONAL ITEMS


23.  RECEIPT OF LEGAL COUNSEL INFORMATIONAL ITEMS


24.
 NEW BUSINESS 


 OTHER


25.  
ANNOUNCEMENT OF FUTURE MEETINGS.






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