Louisiana Oyster Task Force to Meet Tuesday, October 3

Release Date: 09/28/2017

                                                                   Tuesday, October 3, 2017, 1 p.m.
UNO Advanced Technology Center
2021 Lakeshore Drive, Suite 210
New Orleans 70122
 
AGENDA
 
 I.         Roll call and introduction of guests
II.         Approval of September 5, 2017, meeting minutes and October 3, 2017, agenda
III.        Treasury Report
            A.   Oyster Tag Sales
            B.   LOTF Financial Report
IV.        Committee Reports
            A.   Public and Private Oyster Grounds Committee (Mitch Jurisich)
            B.   Enforcement (Captain Chad Hebert)
            C.   Legislative (Jakov Jurisic)
            D.   Research (Earl Melancon)
            E.   Coastal Restoration (Dan Coulon)
            F.    Marketing (LDWF)
            G.   Health (Justin Gremillion)
            H.   Sustainability (LDWF)
            I.    Professionalism (LDWF)
            J.   Aquaculture (John Supan)
            K.  Joint Task Force Working Group (Mitch Jurisich)
V.         New Business
            A.   Discussion of Crevasse Control and Overflow East of the MS River - OTF
            B.   Discussion of Hypoxia in the Chandeleur and Breton Sound Areas - OTF
            C.   Discussion of the Habitat Suitability Index - OTF
            D.   Discussion of the Common Temperature Matrix - Brad Robin
            E.   To Consider Funding for the 2018 Fisheries Forward Summit - Earl Melancon
            F.    To Consider Sponsorship and Funding for the ISSC OTF Hospitality Room -  
                       OTF    
            G.   Discussion of the 2017 ‘Day in the Bay’ - OTF
VI.       Public Comment
VII.      Set Next Meeting
VIII.     Adjourn
 
The meeting will be held in compliance with Louisiana’s Open Meetings Law as defined by Louisiana R.S. 42:11, et seq.  The public is invited to attend. To listen in to the meeting via webinar register at:
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