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STATE OF CALIFORNIA
Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Governor

Sonke Mastrup, Executive Director 
Michael Sutton, President 
Monterey
Jack Baylis, Vice President
Los Angeles
Jim Kellogg, Member
Discovery Bay
Richard Rogers, Member
Santa Barbara
Jacque Hostler-Carmesin, Member 
McKinleyville




Fish and Game Commission

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1416 Ninth Street, Room 1320
Box 944209
Sacramento, CA 94244-2090
(916) 653-4899
(916) 653-5040 Fax

www.fgc.ca.gov
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MEETING AGENDA - TELECONFERENCE
March 19, 2014, 10:00 a.m.

Resources Building -- 1416 Ninth Street, Sacramento
Fish and Game Commission Conference Room 1320


NOTICE: The teleconference call will be audible to the public at the address above and at the following locations:

Department of Fisha nd Wildlife, 50 Ericson Court, Arcata, CA 95521; Department of Fish and Wildlife, 20 Lower Ragsdale Drive, Suite 100,l Monterey CA 93940; Department of Fish and Wildlife, 1933 Cliff Drive, Suite 9, Santa Barbara, CA 93109; and, Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook Ranger Station, 6300 Hetzler Rd., Culver City, CA 90232.
1.

 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ADOPTION OF PROPOSED CHANGES TO APRIL 2014 OCEAN SALMON SPORT FISHING REGULATIONS AND POSSESSION LIMIT. (SUBSECTIONS 27.80(c) AND (e), TITLE 14)
Department's presentation (PDF) 
 

 Public Comment on Item 
 Motion and  Vote 
2. PUBLIC FORUM
Any member of the public amy address the Commission regarding the implementation of its policies or any other matter within the juridsdiction of the Commission. The issue to be discussed should not be related to any item on the current agenda. As a general rule, action cannot be taken on issues not listed on the agenda; at the discretion of the Commission, staff may be requested to follow up on such items. Submitting written comments is encouraged to ensure that all co mments will be included in the record before the Commission. Please be prepared to summarize yoru comments in the time allocated by the presiding commissioner.

2014 FISH AND GAME COMMISSION
MEETING SCHEDULE
www.fgc.ca.gov

MEETING DATECOMMISSION MEETINGCOMMITTEE MEETING
March 24 
Marine Resources
Department of Consumer Affairs 
Hearing Room
1747 North Market Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95834
April 16
Crown Plaza Ventura Beach
450 E. Harbor Blvd. 
Ventura, CA 93001 
April 17Tribal Committee
Hotel Corque
Harvest Room
400 Alisal Road
Solvang, CA 93463
May 7
Wildlife Resources
Hiram W. Johnson State Office Bldg. 
455 Golden Gate Ave. 
San Diego Room A/B/C 
San Francisco, CA 94102
June 4
Fortuna
June 5Tribal Committee
Location and Time TBD
July 16
Marine Resources
Moss Landing Marine Laboratories 
8272 Moss Landing Rd. 
Moss Landing, CA 95039
August 6
San Diego
September 17Wildlife Resources
Department of Consumer Affairs 
Hearing Room
1747 Market Blvd 
Sacramento, CA 95834
September 17Tribal Committee
Department of Consumer Affairs 
Hearing Room
1747 Market Blvd 
Sacramento, CA 95834
October 8

October 9
Mount Shasta Hatchery Museum
1 NOrth Old Stage Road
Mount Shasta, CA 96067

Joint meeting with Oregon DFW 
Jackson County Fairgrounds & Exposition Park
Mace Building
1 Peninger Road
Central Point, OR 97502
November 5
Marine Resources
Department of Fish and Wildlife 
West Ed Building 
Ed Meyers Classroom 
4655 Lampson Ave., Suite A 
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
Dec. 3 (Wed.) 
Los Angeles


IMPORTANT COMMISSION MEETING INFORMATION

PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. These facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities. 
  1. To request reasonable accommodations for a disability, please contact the California Fish and Game Commission at (916) 653-4899 as soon as possible and no later than five (5) business days prior to the meeting.
  2. For persons with a hearing or speech disability, please contact the California Relay Service as soon as possible and no later than five (5) business days prior to the meeting at 1-800-735-2929 (TTY) or 1-800-735-2922 (voice) and request your message be relayed to the California Fish and Game Commission.
  3. If a request for an accommodation has been submitted but due to circumstances is no longer needed, please contact the California Fish and Game Commission at (916) 653-4899

SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN MATERIALS. The public is encouraged to comment on any item on the agenda. To allow the Commission to consider written comments prior to the meeting, please submit them no later than ten (10) days prior to the meeting. You may submit your comments by one of the following methods (only one is necessary): E-mail to fgc@fgc.ca.gov, fax to (916) 653-5040, or U.S. mail to Fish and Game Commission, 1416 Ninth Street, Room 1320, Sacramento, CA 95814; or hand-deliver to a commission meeting.

Written comments received at the Commission office by March 7, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. will be submitted to the Commission prior to the meeting. Written comments received between March 7, at 5:00 p.m. and March 14, 2014 will be submitted to the Commission at the meeting. After March 14, written comments must be delivered at the meeting if you would like the Commission to consider them at the meeting; otherwise they will be delivered after the Commission meeting. 

SPEAKING AT THE MEETING. If you wish to speak on an agenda item, please fill out a "Speaker Card" and give it to the designated staff member before the agenda item is heard. Cards will be available near the entrance of the meeting room. 
  1. Speakers will be called in groups, so please line up behind the podium when your name is called. 
  2. Please begin by giving your name and affiliation (if any) and the number of people your represent. 
  3. Each speaker typically has three minutes to speak to the Commission. However, the time allotted for each agenda item may be adjusted by the Commission, which may decrease the time each speaker receives. 
  4. If there are several speakers with the same concerns, please try to appoint a spokesperson and avoid repetitive testimony. 
  5. Ceding time to other speakers -The presiding commissioner may allow attendees to cede time to a spokesperson, but only under the following 10 conditions: A) each individual ceding time is forfeiting their right to speak to the agenda item, B) the person speaking must attach to his/her card the speaker cards of each individual ceding time, and C) the presiding commissioner will determine the total amount of time allotted to the person speaking. 
  6. If speaking about a specific proposal, the Commission is particularly interested in the reasons you are speaking about that proposal and any recommendations you have for how it can be improved.
  7. If speaking during public forum, the subject matter you present should not be related to any item on the current agenda (public comment on agenda items will be taken at the time the Commission members discuss that item). As a general rule, the Commission may not take action on issues not listed on the agenda; public forum is an opportunity to bring matters to the attention of the Commission, but you may also do so via email, standard mail, and fax. At the discretion of the Commission, staff may be requested to follow up on the subject you raise. 
  8. If you would like to present handouts/written material to the Commission at the meeting, please provide eleven (11) copies to the designated staff member just prior to speaking.

WHEN WILL MY AGENDA ITEM BE HEARD? The Commission begins each session at the time listed on the Meeting Notice and generally considers each agenda item in the sequence listed, except in extraordinary circumstances.

VISUAL PRESENTATIONS/MATERIALS. PowerPoint presentations must be provided on a USB flash drive, flash memory card, DVD or CD. 
  1. All electronic formats must be Windows PC compatible. 
  2. Files created on a Mac are not supported. 
  3. It is recommended that a hard copy of any electronic presentation be submitted in case of technical difficulties. 
  4. A data projector, laptop and presentation mouse will be available.
CONSENT CALENDAR
Any item may be removed from the consent calendar by the Commission or upon the request of the Department or someone in the audience who would like to speak to that item.

LASER POINTERS. Laser pointers may only be used by a speaker during a presentation; use by others at any time may result in arrest.