Upcoming Local Public Hearings

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) announce a PUBLIC HEARING for the FWC Lead Managed Portions of Escribano Point Wildlife Management Area located in Santa Rosa County, Florida.

7:00 P.M. Thursday, November 6th, 2014
Tiger Point Community Center
1370 Tiger Park Ln
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563
PURPOSE: To receive public comment regarding considerations for FWC’s ten-year Management Plan for the FWC Lead Managed Portions of Escribano Point Wildlife Management Area (EPWMA).

This hearing is being held EXCLUSIVELY for discussion of the DRAFT Escribano Point WMA Management Plan. This meeting is not being held to discuss area hunting or fishing regulations. FWC rule and regulation development information available online, or call (850) 487-1764.

 

Escribano Point WMA Management ProspectusAdobe PDF
Escribano Point WMA Management Draft PlanAdobe PDF

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) announce a PUBLIC HEARING for the FWC Lead Managed Portions of Hilochee Wildlife Management Area located in Lake and Polk County, Florida.
 
7:00 P.M. Tuesday, December 16th, 2014
Lake County Commission Chambers
315 W Main St
Tavares, FL 32778
 
PURPOSE:  To receive public comment regarding considerations for FWC’s ten-year Management Plan for the FWC Lead Managed Portions of Hilochee Wildlife Management Area (HWMA).
This hearing is being held EXCLUSIVELY for discussion of the DRAFT Hilochee WMA Management Plan. This meeting is not being held to discuss area hunting or fishing regulations. View more information on the process for FWC rule and regulation development or call (850) 487-1764.  
A Management Prospectus for Hilochee WMA and copy of the agenda is available upon request from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Land Conservation and Planning Group, 620 South Meridian Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1600.  Telephone:  (850) 487-9982 or (850) 487-7063 or by e-mail at Julie.Kilgore@myfwc.com 


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