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AT Ps: 29.80 in (1009.1 mb)
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Marine Fisheries Commission (MFC) Central Regional Advisory Committee

The Marine Fisheries Commission (MFC) Central Regional Advisory Committee will meet on Tuesday, January 16, at 6 p.m., in the Board Room, the Brock Administration Building, Craven County Community College, New Bern, NC.

The committee will receive updates on the most recent Marine Fisheries Commission business meeting held in Hatteras and on MFC/DMF activities that affect the Northeast District.

The committee will receive presentations on the Sea Turtle Bycatch Advisory Committee Final Report and its recommendations to the MFC. The committee will also receive updates on mediation and fish house inventories.

If you have any questions, please call Mike Marshall at 800-682-2632 or 252-726-7021 or Katy West at 800-338-7804.

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