Enhanced Biennial Review

The staff of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission have completed an enhanced biennial review as required by 120.745(2), Florida Statutes (FS). The review consisted of all rules that were determined to derive from statutory authority.

The review was conducted by staff considering the requirements of 120.745(2) FS and those of 120.74(1) FS. Staff has identified some rules that will be repealed during 2012. No rules were identified that would have any of the economic impacts identified in 120.745(2)(a) FS. The Commissioners were notified of the completion of the review at their Nov. 17, 2011, meeting in Key Largo. The Chairman of the Commission has certified completion, and a copy of that certification is a part of this internet publication.

The entire review is published in the format required by the legislature.

Public input on the review may be provided by any person. Any objection to the findings of the review must state the objection to the information required to be provided and identifying the entire rule or any subpart to which the objection relates. Such objection can be submitted electronically using the form provided on this web site or in writing.

Written comments must be submitted to:

Mr. Bud Vielhauer, General Counsel
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
620 South Meridian Street, MS 1F
Tallahassee, FL  32399
Fax: 850-487-1790
Email questions about this review to Rulechanges@Myfwc.com

 

Enhanced Biennial Review





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