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1999 Tentative Hunting Regulation Hearings Continue
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Tuesday, January 12, 1999

The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission continues its public hearings on 1999 tentative hunting regulations with meetings in Glasgow, Billings, Bozeman, Havre, Kalispell, Great Falls, and Helena.

During January, the commission has scheduled hearings on tentative regulations and quotas for the 1999 deer, elk, black bear, lion, and spring turkey seasons in several locations across Montana. The remaining hearings are set for:

January 127 p.m.Cottonwood InnGlasgow
January 127 p.m.Holiday InnBillings
January 137 p.m.Holiday InnBozeman
January 137 p.m.Community CollegeMiles City
January 147 p.m.Duck InnHavre
January 169 a.m.Outlaw Inn (Open House)Kalispell
10 a.m.Outlaw InnKalispell
January 207 p.m.MSU College of TechnologyGreat Falls
January 239 a.m.Jourgenson's Holiday MotelHelena
Comment or obtain copies of the tentative regulations and proposed changes for the 1999 hunting seasons by writing to: Wildlife Division, Montana FWP, P.O. Box 200701, Helena, MT 59620-0701. Comment deadline is Jan. 25. The FWP Commission will consider final regulations at its Feb. 5 meeting in Helena.