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Controlled Access Committee

The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council will hold a meeting of its Controlled Access Committee January 23-24, 2007 in Charleston, South Carolina. The Committee will meet to discuss a possible Limited Access Privilege Program for the snapper grouper fishery in the South Atlantic region. A public comment period will be held as part of the meeting agenda.

The meeting will be held at the Embassy Suites Hotel Airport/Convention, 5055 International Blvd., North Charleston, SC, phone 800/747-1882 or 843/362-2779. Additional information regarding the upcoming meeting and Limited Access Privilege Programs (LAPs) can be found on the Council’s web site at http://www.safmc.net/SocioEconomic/LimitedAccessPrivileges/tabid/486/Default.aspx.

For questions, please contact Kate Quigley, SAFMC Staff Economist at 843/571-4366, toll free 866/SAFMC-10 or via email at
kate.quiqley@safmc.net.

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