• Deer hearing in capital moved
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     | March 21,2013
     

    MONTPELIER — The public hearing on deer management on March 27 has been moved to the Statehouse, according to the Fish and Wildlife Department.

    The hearing, previously scheduled to be held at Montpelier High School, will be held in Room 11 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. It is one of three annual deer management public hearings being held this month.

    The meetings will cover last year’s harvest results and the prospects for the 2013 season. Two more hearings will be held in the northeast and southwest regions of the state in May.

    The department said these hearings will also be an opportunity for the department to seek additional hunter input for Vermont’s comprehensive deer management review plan. In addition to these public meetings, the department will also review public input surveys and develop three regional working groups to discuss deer management and hunting regulations in Vermont.

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