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The Washoe County Board of Commissioners is seeking volunteers from the community to serve on the Washoe County Audit Committee.
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2 open positions on the Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife

The Washoe County Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife (“WCABMW”) is seeking applications for new members. All applicants must reside in Washoe County. There are currently two open positions, which must be filled by individuals who are hunters, trappers or anglers, or who are engaged in ranching or farming in Washoe County. Appointments are based on recommendations from sportsmen organizations that represent hunters, trappers or anglers in Washoe County and/or from other persons engaged in ranching or farming in Washoe County. The WCABMW solicits and evaluates local opinion and advises the Board of Wildlife Commissioners (“Commission”) on matters relating to the management of wildlife in Washoe County. The WCABMW also submits recommendations to the Commission on the seasons for fishing, hunting and trapping, including recommendations on regulations covering open or closed seasons, bag limits, hours and other policies.

Membership

Must be filled by individuals who are hunters, trappers or anglers, or who are engaged in ranching or farming in Washoe County

Time Commitment

The WCABMW meets 7-8 times per year, usually on Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. Board members are volunteers who serve a 3 year term, and may serve up to 2 terms.

Authority

NRS 501.265, 501.270, 501.275

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