Closing El Cap, Barrett & Sutherland to fishing & hunting 5/6 hearing

MJB

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Jun 19, 2008
2,436
641
San Diego
Name
Mark
Boat
sold it!!
This is for all those that hunt and fish Barrett, Lake Sutherland and El Cap. Tomorrow is the day for the open hearing.

All,

On May 6th at 9 AM, the Budget Committee will meet to discuss the City's FY 2021 budget review. Agenda Item 2 is Public Utilities and they will be discussing the closure of Barrett Lake and Lake Sutherland to all hunting for the FY-2021 period. I fear that once it is gone, it will be very hard to get it back, even after the pandemic is way in our rearview mirror. There will be public comment regarding this agenda item and I am encouraging each of you to call in and voice your opposition to ending hunting at both lakes for FY 2021. If we loose the hunting at Lake Sutherland, NWTF's junior turkey hunts are gone and we may never get it back. This is a big program for the San Diego NWTF Chapter and is where they have made most of their income for the year. Loosing the duck hunting season will be disastrous for the waterfowl hunters and will take away most if not all of the waterfowl hunting in San Diego County on public land and would reduce the income to the city since hunters pay for the opportunity to hunt the property.

Listed below are two items. The first will give you information on how to get your opposition read or posted into the record vie phone in testimony or written comment. The link at the bottom is the document prepared by the Public Utilities Department for the meetings agenda.

GET INVOLVED AND PARTICIPATE!


Phone in Testimony
When the Clerk introduces either the item you would like to comment on or the comment period for Non-Agenda Public Comment, follow the instructions within the “Public Comment Instructions” by dialing the number below to be placed in the queue.
DIAL 619-541-6310
Enter the Access Code: 105579 then press ‘#’.
Written Comment through Webform:
Comment on Agenda Items may be submitted using the webform indicating the agenda item number for which you wish to submit your comment. Comments received by 8:45 a.m. will be distributed to the Committee and posted online with the meeting materials. All webform comments are limited to 200 words. Comments received after 8:45 a.m. the day of the meeting but before the item is called will be submitted into the written record for the relevant item.
Non-Agenda Public Comment may be submitted using the webform, checking the appropriate box. Comments received by 8:45 a.m. will be distributed to the Committee and posted online with the meeting materials. All webform comments are limited to 200 words. Comments received after 8:45 a.m. the day of the meeting but before Non-agenda comment is called will be submitted into the written record for the meeting.
Written Materials. If you wish to submit written materials for submission into the record or have an attachment to your comment, you may email it to [email protected] or submit via U.S. Mail 202 C Street, MS2A San Diego, CA 92101. Materials submitted via e-mail will be distributed to the Councilmembers in accordance with the deadlines described above. Materials submitted via U.S. Mail will need to be received the business day prior in order for it to be distributed to the Committee.
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ROLL CALL

COMMITTEE MEMBERS, MAYOR, INDEPENDENT BUDGET ANALYST, CITY ATTORNEY COMMENT

INFORMATION AGENDA:
Fiscal Year 2021 Proposed Budget Department Presentations May 6, 2020 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
ITEM-1: Overview from the Deputy Chief Operating Officer – Public Utilities
ITEM-2: Public Utilities Department

https://onbase.sandiego.gov/OnBaseAg...ocument/Public Utilities Department.pptx.pdf?meetingId=3988&documentType=Ag enda&itemId=189219&publishId=374233&isSection=fals e



Gary F. Brennan
President, San Diego County Wildlife Federation
(831) 421-2450
 

windmillwilly

Well-Known "Member"
Jul 15, 2006
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34
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wildomar ca.
Name
bill
Boat
nada
Had my hunt at southerland cancelled this year,man I hope that doesn't mean it's gone forever. I look forward to the tune ups and hunts each year,same for the ducks at barrett
 

ilovecalicos

I've posted enough I should edit this section
May 4, 2010
410
4
escondido, ca. usa
Name
steve
Boat
14' camo alumicraft
Per their webpage....Lake Sutherland and Barrett Lake are closed PERMANENTLY for hunting and fishing...We had close to 400 folks at the NWTF Spring Turkey Tune-Up...Wonder how many attended the meeting, e-mailed or called in?

How many fisherman have complained or attended the meetings regarding why Lake Hodges, El Capitan, and San V are still closed...They're (the City Of San Diego) are now saying it's about budget cuts.

We're one of the few groups of people who ACTUALLY pay to use the city properties you a$$hats!