On November 20, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will be holding an open town hall meeting in Stuttgart. The meeting will be from 6-8 p.m. at the Grand Prairie Center in Stuttgart.
During the meeting, attendees will have the opportunity to ask commissioners questions about conservation in Arkansas and the commission’s efforts in preserving the state’s wildlife and their habitats.
This marks the third town hall that AGFC has mounted in 2019. “We have had excellent response from the public at the first two meetings. And we want to give this same opportunity to people in other parts of the state,” Commission Chairman Ken Reeves said.
Before the question-and-answer session begins, commissioners are expected to make brief presentations. The question session will then open. Individuals interested in asking questions can sign up at the door and will be called upon during the question session.
The town hall meeting will be held during AGFC’s monthly commission meeting, which is scheduled for Nov. 20-21 in Stuttgart. Commissioners will be holding committee meetings on Nov. 20 and have their commission meeting on Nov. 21.
AGFC’s first meeting in 2019 will be held in Little Rock on Jan. 15-16, and the February meeting will also be held in Little Rock on Feb. 19-20. The March meeting will be held in Hope on March 18-19. For the April and May meetings, the commissioners will return to Little Rock on April 22-23 and May 20-21. June’s commission meeting is scheduled for June 17-18 in Harrison. This is the final commission meeting currently listed on AGFC’s website.
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