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Wind Gust: 17 knots
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MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION TO MEET NOVEMBER 30 & DECEMBER 1

The Marine Fisheries Commission will meet on November 30 & December 1 at the Civic Center in Hatteras, NC. The meeting is open to the public.

On November 29, the commission will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. at the same location to discuss fishery issues.

For more information, please contact Nancy Fish at 1-800-682-2632 or 252-726-7021.

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MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION BUSINESS MEETING CIVIC CENTER HATTERAS, NC
November 30 & December 1, 2006

Executive Order One mandates that the Chair inquire as to whether any member knows of any known conflict of interest or appearance of conflict with respect to matters before the Commission. If any member knows of a conflict of interest or appearance of conflict, please so state at this time.

November 30
9 a.m. Call to Order
Executive Order One
Roll Call
Approval of Agenda**
Approval of September Business Meeting Minutes**
Public Comment
Issues from Commission Members
10 a.m. Chairman’s Report
- ASMFC/NMFS Discussion
- MFC Advisor Appointments
- Waterfront Access Study Committee Update
- N.C. Watermen United Resolution
- Letters
10:30 a.m. Committee Reports
- Habitat and Water Quality
- Shellfish
- Finfish
- Northeast
- Central
- Southeast
Inland
- Spiny Dogfish CAP
- Conservation Fund
- Kingfish FMP
- Oyster and Clam FMP
- Red Drum FMP
- IJA FMP
Noon Lunch
1:30 p.m. FMP Update – Dr. Louis Daniel
1:45 p.m. Review of Guide to Public Involvement in N.C. Fisheries Management – Sara Mirabilio, NC Sea Grant
2 p.m. Strategic Habitat Area Report – Anne Deaton
- Endorse SHA Process**
4:00 p.m. Director’s Report
- Legislative Update – Pres Pate
- ASMFC – Pres Pate
- Update on Coastal Recreational Fishing License Implementation – Pres Pate
- Highly Migratory Species Update – Dr. Louis Daniel


- MAFMC Update – Red Munden
- Marine Patrol Report – Col. Joe Lynch
6 p.m. Adjourn

December 1
8:30 a.m. Draft River Herring FMP- Sara Winslow
- Adopt Preferred Management Options**
- Approve Draft FMP**
- Approve to Send to Secretary of DENR**
- Approve 2007 Management Measures**
- Approve Anadromous Spawning Area Rules**
Noon Adjourn

* Times indicated are merely for guidance. The Commission will proceed through the agenda until completed.
**Action Items

2007 Meeting Schedule
Feb. 22-23 Marriott, Carolina Beach
April 26-27 Ramada Inn, Kill Devil Hills
June 26-27 Clarion, Raleigh
Sept. 6-7 Clam Digger, Pine Knoll Shores
Nov. 15-16 Community Center, Ocracoke

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