The East Prince of Wales Fish and Game Advisory Committee (EPOW AC) will be holding a public meeting & elections in the Thorne Bay City Hall council chambers on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 6:00pm.
Agenda items will include the following items:
- Presentation and Q&A about Advisory Committees with Fish & Game staff
- Election of Advisory Committee members and officers
- Discussion of Board of Game topics, Board of Fisheries topics
For further information contact Jessalynn Rintala. To be added to the electronic email notices for EPOW AC Meetings, please send an email to Jessalynn at the address below.
Advisory committees are local groups that meet to discuss fishing and wildlife issues and to provide recommendations to Alaska Board of Fisheries and Alaska Board of Game. All meetings are open to the public. Advisory Committees are intended to provide a local forum on fish and wildlife issues. Their purpose includes: 1) developing regulatory proposals, 2) evaluating regulatory proposals and making recommendations to the appropriate board, 3) providing a local forum for fish and wildlife conservation and use, including matters relating to habitat, 4) advising the appropriate regional council on resources, and 5) consulting with individuals, organizations, and agencies.
If you are a person who needs a special accommodation in order to participate in any of these public meetings, please contact Jessalynn at 907-465-6097 no later than 48 hours prior to the meeting, to make any necessary arrangements.
For updates to this agenda or to view the minutes after the meeting, https://aws.state.ak.us/OnlinePublicNotices/Notices/View.aspx?id=192165.
Boards Support Section
PO Box 115526
Juneau AK 99811-5526
Monday, November 12, 2018
The City of Thorne Bay will be CLOSED in honor of Veteran's Day
Thank you Veterans for your service and our freedom.
There will be a meeting of the Fisheries Association on Friday, November 9th, at 12p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers.
The Association will be reviewing activity reports for the 2018 Charter Halibut Permits.
Driver License & State ID – Renew Online
Did you know you can renew your Driver’s License & State ID online? Just click on the link below to find out more about how you can renew your license or ID without the long wait at the DMV office.
If you have lost your license or ID and would like to apply for a duplicate, please select here.
- To renew online you must be within one year of expiration on your current card and you cannot have renewed online the last time you renewed.
- In person renewal at a DMV office is necessary for:
- CDL- Proof of U.S. citizenship or lawful status/Adding or removing an endorsement or restriction/Hazmat knowledge testing may be required
- Name change- Certified proof of name change is required
- Visiting or resident non-U.S. citizens-Verification of immigration documents is required
- An individual who has become a U.S. citizen since the last card was issued-Proof of U.S. citizenship is required
- You must be between 21 and 68 to renew your DL online
- If you are currently under 21 and you have taken the Alcohol Awareness Test you may renew online. If you need to take the test and are in college out-of-state, please click here to send email and request test by mail.
- If you need to change your name you will need to visit an office and provide the proper proof of name change.
- If you have a cancelled, revoked, suspended or disqualified license you may not renew online.
More information about what the DMV has to offer can be found here: http://doa.alaska.gov/dmv/