I thought this was quite interesting, especially those names listed with their privileges revoked.
The Conservation Commission met Jan. 27 at the Marshall High School Little Theater. Commissioners present were:
Lowell Mohler, Jefferson City, Chairman
Stephen C. Bradford, Cape Girardeau, Vice-chairman
Cynthia Metcalfe, St. Louis, Secretary
William F. "Chip" McGeehan, Marshfield, Member
The next meeting of the Conservation Commission was set for March 2 and 3 at Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center in Kirkwood.
Commission meetings are open to the public. Those wishing to be placed on the agenda for a presentation or other business must send a written request to Director, Department of Conservation, P.O. Box 180, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0180, or FAX 573/751-4467, at least 10 working days before the meeting date. The deadline for the next meeting is Feb. 16.
The Commission received presentations from:
* Stephen Mowry, President of the Missouri Prairie Foundation, concerning a proposed joint venture to restore wildlife habitat around Smithville Lake in Clay County.
* Eric Tschanz, president and executive director of Powell Gardens, Kingsville, concerning the Heartland Harvest Garden Project.
* Dennis Spellmann, president of Lindenwood University, St. Charles, concerning a shooting range partnership opportunity.
The Commission presented a 2,000-hour service award to Joyce Shelburg for her work at Lost Valley Hatchery, Warsaw.
The Commission approved a recommendation from the Regulations Committee to create a new small game hunting and fishing permit for resident National Guard and Reserve forces who have been mobilized to military duty.
ADMINISTRATION: The Commission took the following action:
* Approved the purchase of 189 acres in Vernon County as an addition to Bushwhacker Conservation Area (CA).
* Approved the purchase of 182 acres in Scotland County as an addition to Indian Hills CA.
* Approved the 2004-2005 Annual Report and authorized its publication and distribution.
* Approved revisions in the permit/privilege suspension guidelines.
* Suspended hunting and/or fishing privileges of 18 Missouri residents for Wildlife Code violations. Adults whose privileges were suspended are:
Chris J. Bates Moberly 1 year all privileges
Brandon H. Cahill Greenfield until 5/5/06 hunting
Jarrod L. Eftink Bell City 1 year taxidermy
Stanley A. Fleetwood Buffalo 1 year all privileges
Lawrence S. Franklin Crocker 1 year all privileges
Justin L. Fuget New London until 12/20/07 Hunting & fishing
Jacqueline B. Fuller Downing 1 year all privileges
Michael L. Garrett, Jr. New London until 12/20/07 Hunting & Fishing
Dustin W. Henry Wheatland until 11/18/07 hunting
Caleb S. Lamb Hermann 1 year all privileges
Orin R. Lea**** Louisiana 1 year all privileges
Byron Mann Caruthersville 3 years commercial fishing
George T. Meyer Joplin until 9/20/06 all privileges
Jonathan C. Norfolk Brashear 1 year all privileges
Jeremy E. Shaver Brashear 1 year all privileges
Carl R. Strickland Dexter 1 year all privileges
Matthew J. Winchester Piedmont 3 years all privileges
Benjamin A. Wood Clarence 12 years all privileges
* Approved the suspension or revocation of all hunting and fishing privileges of 138 Missouri residents who are not in compliance with applicable child support laws.
* Suspended all hunting privileges of five Missouri residents and 221 nonresidents under the provisions of the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact.