RULE 002.00.11-009 - Disabled Veteran Lifetime License; Amended Procedures for Commission Business through Committees; Military Retiree Lifetime License

RULE 002.00.11-009. Disabled Veteran Lifetime License; Amended Procedures for Commission Business through Committees; Military Retiree Lifetime License

03.17 LICENSES, PERMITS, STAMPS, TAGS, COSTS AND EXPIRATION DATES

LIFETIME LICENSE:

        

Resident Military Retiree Lifetime Fishing License

MRF

$10.50

Non-Expiring

Resident Military Retiree Lifetime Hunting License

MRH

$25.00

Non-Expiring

Resident Military Retiree Lifetime Combination License

MRC

$35.50

Non-Expiring

Resident Military Retiree Lifetime Waterfowl Permit

MRD

$ 7.00

Non-Expiring

Resident Military Retiree Lifetime Trout Permit

MRT

$ 5.00

Non-Expiring

Resident 65 Plus Lifetime Fishing License ...........................................

PLF

$ 10.50

Non-Expiring

Resident 65 Plus Lifetime

Sportsman's Hunting License and Permit ..................................................

PLH

$ 25.00

Non-Expiring

Resident 65 Plus Lifetime Combination License ..................................

PLC

$ 35.50

Non-Expiring

Resident 65 Plus Lifetime Waterfowl Permit...........

PLD

$ 7.00

Non-Expiring

Resident 65 Plus Lifetime Trout Permit ...........

PLT

$ 5.00

Non-Expiring

Non-Expiring Lifetime Resident Hunting & Fishing Sportsman's Permit .........................................................

LSP

$ l,000.00

Non-Expiring

Resident Disabled Military Veteran Lifetime Fishing License

VLF

$10.50

Non-Expiring

Resident Disabled Military Veteran Lifetime Hunting License

VLH

$25.00

Non-Expiring

Resident Disabled Military Veteran Lifetime Combination License

VLC

$35.50

Non-Expiring

Resident Disabled Military Veteran Lifetime Waterfowl Permit

VLD

$ 7.00

Non-Expiring

Resident Disabled Military Veteran Lifetime Trout Permit

VLT

$ 5.00

Non-Expiring

Committees Arkansas Game and Fish Commission The following proposal is to establish procedures for the conduct of Commission business through use of committees.

Committee Structure

1. Standing Committees

2. Special Committees

Standing Committees

1. Budget - oversees budgets, revenue, capital expenditures, and financial statements and projections.

2. Education / Information & Information Technology - oversees agency education outreach programs and facilities, needs and strategies for effective internal and public communication, public awareness, and media outreach initiatives.

3. Personnel & Governance - oversees personnel, governance, legal, ethics, and audit compliance (including internal audit) matters.

4. Property Management & Oil and Gas- oversees the acquisition, disposition, and maintenance of real property (including mineral interests) and equipment, as well as the operation of Commission facilities.

5. Regulations - oversees all fish and wildlife including Fisheries, Wildlife, Waterfowl, and Enforcement) rules, regulations, and management.

Special CommitteesCreated ad hoc by decision of the Commission Chair or through majority vote by members of the Commission.

Procedures

1. Three, four, or five Commissioners shall be appointed per committee. A majority shall constitute a quorum (e.g., 2 for 3-member committee; 3 for 5-member committee).

2. The Commission Chair shall name the chair and members of each committee.

3. The Commission Chair shall make assignments of matters to individual committees, including "standing assignments."

4. The Commission Chair may serve in full capacity on any committee, and also may serve in an ex-officio capacity on any or all committees. If serving in an ex-officio capacity, the Commission Chair shall only vote in order to break ties.

5. No matter shall be considered by the Commission unless it receives a "do pass" vote from the responsible committee. A Committee "do pass" recommendation is advisory in nature only and remains subject to a vote of the Commission at a regular or special Commission meeting. This rule may be suspended upon a 2/3 vote of the Commission.

6. The Committee Chair shall call all committee meetings. If the Chair declines or fails to call a meeting within a reasonable time period after receiving a request from a member, any two or more members may combine to call a meeting. The Commission Secretary shall arrange with staff to notify media and provide agendas of all committee meeting times and locations.

7. Each committee shall have at least one staff liaison designated by the Committee Chair. The staff liaison and other appropriate staff will attend committee meetings, and the staff liaison shall be responsible for preparing minutes of each meeting and promptly submitting the minutes to the Committee Chair for approval and then to the Commission Secretary for recording.

8. Committee meetings may be held by teleconference. Calls will be set up by staff and originate from the Little Rock Building. It is not necessary, but it is desirable for a Commissioner to be present in Little Rock, if possible.

9. Most committee meetings will be held on Wednesday morning before the Thursday Commission Meeting. Committee meetings may be held simultaneously in different Commission rooms, if needed. Committee meetings will also occur on other days as needed.

10. Anytime the Committee Chair can not attend a committee meeting or wishes to temporarily relinquish the chair, the Committee Chair will designate a current committee member to serve as acting chair. Such designation will continue until revoked by the Committee Chair.

11. All committee meeting agendas will be set by the Committee Chair after consultation with staff and the other committee members. The setting of the agenda falls under the discretion of the Chair, who ordinarily may (or may not) add an item upon request of a single member. However, two or more members may combine, as a matter of right, to require that an item be added to the agenda.

12. Each Committee Chair shall give a report to the full Commission at its next monthly Commission meeting on any action taken by the respective committee.

(5/31/2011)

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