Newly proposed Wildlife Gameland regulations that will eliminate equestrian use from the William Silver Gameland.
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- On March 15, 2021
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WE NEED YOUR HELP! EMERGENCY ACTION NEEDED
There are newly proposed Wildlife Gameland regulations that will eliminate equestrian use from the William Silver Gameland. These lands have traditionally been utilized by equestrians and we are working to preserve our access. This is where you come in! We need at least 15 letters sent to the Office of Administrative Hearings (email and address below) to stop these new proposed rules for at least a year until we can reach some compromise with the Wildlife Resource Commission.
I have pasted a copy of the letter of objection to the proposed Wildlife Gameland Rules below. Please copy and paste the language below into an email and send it to email@example.com, or mail a hard copy to the address in the body of the message. If sending an email, the subject line should read “Objection to Rule 15A NCAC 10D .0103.”
I think we should try to get at least 15 letters or more sent in and the letters do not need to come from an affected party. Therefore, we are all able to submit objections. Please send these in immediately and then let me know that you have sent an email or letter so I know how many we have. The more letters the better! You are free to circulate this correspondence to any and all who you think will be willing to help their fellow horsemen and women.
SAMPLE EMAIL OR LETTER BELOW OR DOWNLOAD THE WRC LETTER OF OBJECTIONS HERE:
Please do not change the letter below. Simply copy and paste it into an email or letter. It is the appropriate form letter from the Office of Administrative Hearings.
N.C. Rules Review Commission
6714 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-6700
Re: [15A NCAC 10D .0103]
Members of the Commission:
I request that the proposed changes to the above rule, 15A NCAC 10D .0103 “Hunting on Game Lands,” be reviewed in the upcoming legislative session as set out in N.C.G.S. 150B-21.3. I further request that the rule(s) be subject to a delayed effective date as set out in that same provision.
Thank you for your consideration.