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January 28, 2004


MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION TO MEET FEB 2-3


MOREHEAD CITY — The Marine Fisheries Commission will meet February 2 – 3 at the Hilton, 207 Greenville Blvd., in Greenville.


The meeting is open to the public.


On February 2, a business meeting will be held at beginning at 1 p.m.


On February 3, beginning at 10 a.m., the commission will meet with its advisors to discuss fisheries management in North Carolina since the passage of the 1997 Fisheries Reform Act.


For more information, contact Jess Hawkins by e-mail at: Jess.Hawkins@ncmail.net or by calling 1-800-682-2632 or 252-726-7021.


 


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MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION (MFC) BUSINESS AND PLANNING MEETING


GREENVILLE HILTON INN, GREENVILLE, NC


FEBRUARY 2-3, 2004


February 2 Business Meeting


1 p.m. Call to Order/Invocation


Roll Call


Approval of Agenda and Minutes*


Public Comment


Issues from Commission Members


1:15 p.m. Chairman’s Report


-Flounder Size Limit in Internal Waters Rule Suspension


-Primary Nursery Area Rule Suspension


-Menhaden Rule Suspension


1:30 p.m. Committee Reports


1:45 p.m. Blue Crab Fishery Management Plan (FMP)


5 p.m. Blue Crab Tagging Rewards


5:30 p.m. Review of Spiny Dogfish Management Options


6:30 p.m. Adjourn


February 3 Joint Meeting with MFC Committee Advisors


Fisheries Management Since the Fisheries Reform Act


10 a.m. Welcome – Jimmy Johnson, Chairman, N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission


Meeting Overview – Dr. Mike Orbach, Director, Duke University Marine Lab – Moderator


10:15 a.m. Genesis of the 1994 License Moratorium – Willy Phillips


10:45 a.m. The Moratorium Steering Committee Process – Dr. B.J. Copeland, N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission and the Moratorium Steering Committee


11:15 a.m. The 1997 Fisheries Reform Act, Overview and Update – Pres Pate, Director, N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries


Noon Working Lunch


Luncheon Speaker – Bob Lucas, Chairman of the Moratorium Steering Committee and former Chairman of the N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission (1993-1997)


1:30 p.m. Regional Fisheries Management – Vince O’Shea, Director, Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission


2 p.m. Advisors’ Role in Fisheries Management – Mac Currin, N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission and the South Atlantic Marine Fishery Management Council


2:30 p.m. Looking to the Future – Jimmy Johnson


3 p.m. Round Table Discussions – How to Improve N.C.’s Fisheries Management Process – Dr. Mike Orbach


5 p.m. Adjourn


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


MFC Meetings for 2004:


May 13-14 New Bern, NC


July 20-21 Jacksonville, NC


September 27-29 Kill Devil Hills, NC


December 1-3 Morehead City, NC


 


 

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