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PFBC October 5-6 Meeting Agenda
2006/9/8 9:35
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The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission has been a lot more quite over the last year. Not sure if the of the reason, but like many things I am sure the economy has something to do with it.

Here is a link to the Minutes and Agenda for the upcoming meeting October 5-6. Be sure to keep informed and provide your voice.

Posted on: 2009/9/25 13:39
The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary. H. L. Mencken

Re: PFBC October 5-6 Meeting Agenda

2009/1/3 13:51
Posts: 5
I've been away from the forum for months, but not by choice.
Didn't see anything about the Commission demoting (canning) Austen (back in May I think), and assigning him specific tasks (seeking grant funds) until a replacement could be found.
I figured that was the reason for the quiet from the Commission.
Anyone hear differently?

Posted on: 2009/10/17 15:38

Re: PFBC October 5-6 Meeting Agenda

2006/12/29 10:00
From Harrisburg
Posts: 18
I spoke with Doug at my store and didnt want to dig for information. (but I did really)
I can tell you this, when I asked him how he likes his new position, he replied "What position?".

Posted on: 2009/10/17 16:01
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Re: PFBC October 5-6 Meeting Agenda

2009/1/3 13:51
Posts: 5
That's a leading question for a lot of punch lines: "How do you like your new position?"

My understanding is that while he retains the executive director title, he effectively has been removed from the decision-making helm by the Commission, and given the specific task of looking for grant funds for the commission - federal and other sources.

I take it to mean the agency is on auto-pilot as far as implementing anything new or noteworthy.

Here's a story. From the story dateline, it was during July.

Posted on: 2009/10/17 16:29

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