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Fish and Wildlife Commission Quarterly Meeting Dec. 2
Kentucky Ag Connection - 11/21/2022

The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission will hold a quarterly meeting on Dec. 2.

The meeting will start at 8:30 a.m. (EST) in the Administration Building on the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources' campus in Frankfort. It will be open to the public.

The meeting also will be livestreamed and archived on the department's YouTube channel at youtube.com/FishandWildlifeKY. A link to the livestream will be posted on the department's homepage at fw.ky.gov before the start of the meeting.

The meeting agenda can be found at fw.ky.gov. On the homepage, click on the "Commission Meetings/Agendas and Recaps" link.

Public comments for the Dec. 2 meeting will be handled as follows:

In Person:

In-person attendees who would like to comment on "New Business Items" or "Discussion Items" on the agenda will be asked to sign up on the day of the meeting, and specify their county and state of residence, organization represented and position held, if applicable, and the agenda items they intend to address in their comments.

During the "Public Comments" time on the agenda, attendees who have signed up to comment will have up to 3 minutes total to offer comments about the agenda items that they have specified on the sign-up sheet.

Email:

People may email comments about "New Business Items" and "Discussion Items" on the agenda to FW.PublicAffairs@ky.gov through 5 p.m. (EST) on Dec. 1. Please include "Commission meeting" in the email's subject line. In the email, commenters should include their first and last name, county and state of residence, and organization represented and position held, if applicable.

Emailed comments will be distributed to all commission members prior to the meeting. Time permitting and at the discretion of the commission chair, emailed comments will be read by department staff for up to 3 minutes total per commenter during the "Public Comments" time on the agenda, provided the commenter does not speak during the public comments time during the meeting.

Anonymous comments submitted via email will be distributed to the commission members but may not be read during the meeting.

The commission will review all emailed comments, and questions will receive an email response.

Contact information is not required for emailed comments but will be necessary if information is requested, and other than name and affiliation it will not be publicly disclosed if provided. The commission chair reserves the right to not read publicly or allow any comments that are considered libelous, profane, derogatory of others, repetitive or not relevant to the meeting agenda.

The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission is a nine-member board, comprised of volunteers who serve four-year terms. The commission recommends hunting, fishing and boating regulations on behalf of the anglers, hunters, and other wildlife-related stakeholders in the Commonwealth.

Following its December meeting, the next proposed quarterly commission meeting date is March 3 in Frankfort.

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife's main campus is located at 1 Sportsman's Lane (formerly 1 Game Farm Road) in Frankfort, and its Administration Building is a large, two-story brick building about .5 mile north of the campus entrance. The entrance is located off U.S. 60, approximately 1.5 miles west of U.S. 127.


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