Power boat moratorium not in proposal book

In Les Palmer’s “An Outdoor View,” May 23, “The state of the Kenai,” the author asserts the Board of Fish discussed a proposal to place a 15-year moratorium on the use of power boats on the Kenai River. No where in the proposal book is there any such proposal and I am pretty sure the board never had this on their agenda nor did they discuss it. If I am mistaken, mea culpa. I agree with the author on many of his points in the article. If he wants a 15-year moratorium on power boats, then he should draft a proposal, submit it to the BOF, put on his flak jacket like everyone else who write proposals and jump into the trenches.

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