TOMORROW 4.9.2020 8:30am Emergency teleconference meeting

TOMORROW   4.9.2020   8:30am   Emergency teleconference meeting

by GSSA Staff

Dear fish and wildlife stakeholder,

The Commission will hold an emergency teleconference meeting on April 9, 2020 to consider delegating authority to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to suspend, delay, or restrict sport/recreational fishing in specific areas within the state due to public health concerns relating to COVID-19.

The agenda is now available on the Commission's website at

Please refer to the agenda for important meeting information and deadlines.

Additional meeting materials will be posted on the Commission's website today.


Melissa Miller-Henson

Executive Director

California Fish and Game Commission

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