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Input Requested Re: Licensing

The Arizona Game and Fish Department has hosted a series of public meetings statewide to discuss proposed legislation to allow the Arizona Game and Fish Commission to establish hunting and fishing license structure directly through a streamlined, customer-focused process.

At press time there remains one meeting: Monday, Nov. 19, 6-8 p.m .: Phoenix, Arizona Game and Fish Department headquarters, 5000 W. Carefree Highway (also webcast at http://www.azgfd.gov/webcast).

The proposal being considered would provide the commission more flexibility to change the license structure and license products to be responsive to customer needs and changing conditions.

“Potential benefits include establishment of a simpler, easier-to-understand license structure, better license products offering more value, and a more streamlined process allowing direct customer input opportunities,” said Assistant Director Ty Gray. “The public meetings will explain the proposal and offer the opportunity for questions and feedback.”

People who can’t attend the meeting can still submit comment via e-mail to LicenseSimplification@azgfd.gov.


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