Fisheries Board will reconsider moving meeting out of Southeast
January 27, 2022
The Alaska Board of Fisheries, which had planned to hold its Southeast and Yakutat shellfish and finfish regulations meeting in Ketchikan this month before a surge in COVID-19 cases and winter-weather travel problems forced its cancellation, has rescheduled the sessions for March 10-22 in Anchorage.
The board, however, was scheduled to meet Thursday afternoon via Zoom to possibly reconsider the decision to move the meeting to Anchorage.
“Given the myriad of factors to consider, the board will vote on the meeting location,” according to a board notice posted on Monday.
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