Committee Meetings and Council Meeting

December 10 - 11, 2013    See meeting notes

Council Central Offices 851 SW 6th Ave, Suite 1100, 503-222-5161
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December 10

Fish and Wildlife Committee – Large conference room – 8:30am

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  • Project review: Project #2002-011-00, Kootenai River Operational Loss Assessment, a follow-up item from the wildlife category review
  • Fish and Wildlife Program amendment discussion:
    • Schedule and task check-in
    •  Climate change recommendations summary
    •  Overview of comments on program amendment recommendations
    •  Discussion of issues

Power Committee – Small conference room – 8:30am

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Council Meeting  – Large and small conference rooms – 1:30pm

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     1:30 – 1:45pm Reports from Fish and Wildlife, Power and Public Affairs committee chairs: Phil Rockefeller, chair, fish and wildlife committee; Jim Yost, chair, power committee; and Henry Lorenzen, chair, public affairs committee.
  1:45 – 2:15pm Public comment on Fish and Wildlife Program amendment recommendations
1. 2:15 – 3pm Renewable Portfolio Standard in Washington: Gillian Charles, energy policy analyst; and Howard Schwartz, Washington Council staff, presenters.
2.  3 – 3:15pm Council Business:
  3:15 – 3:30pm Break
  3:30pm Public comment on any issue before the Council

The Council will meet in Executive Session at the close of business on Tuesday, December 10, to discuss internal personnel matters and  matters pertaining to civil litigation.

The Executive Committee will meet after the Executive Session.

December 11 – 8:30am

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The Fish and Wildlife Committee will meet in the large and small conference rooms for a discussion of the Fish and Wildlife Program Amendment Process.                         

The times listed for specific agenda items, and the order of those items, are approximate and are subject to change.

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