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August 19, 2019

New Lake Glenville rules are part of crowded public hearing agenda

Among the many proposed changes on the public hearing schedule for the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will be new rules regarding a no-vessel-entry swimming area at the Pines Recreation Area Swim Beach on Lake Glenville in Jackson County.

The hearing is set to start at 7 p.m. Jan.12 at Haywood Community College, 185 Freelander Drive in Clyde.
Duke Energy Carolinas, LLC sent a formal application to the Wildlife Commission requesting the no-vessel-entry swimming area at the Pines Recreation Area Swim Beach to ensure the safety of swimmers and boaters at the new swim beach.
This no-vessel-entry swimming area proposal is one of 37 proposed changes to the state’s wildlife management, game lands and fishing regulations for the 2016-17 seasons.

To view all the proposed changes, go to www.ncwildlife.org. Those interested will be able to find a map of the proposed no-vessel-entry swimming area on Lake Glenville, as well.

Those unable to attend the public hearing until Jan. 25 online at  regulations@ncwildlife.org or by mail to 1701 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, N.C. 27699-1701.
Since 1947, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has been dedicated to the conservation and sustainability of the state’s fish and wildlife resources through research, scientific management, wise use, and public input.

The Commission is the state regulatory agency responsible for the enforcement of fishing, hunting, trapping and boating laws and provides programs and opportunities for wildlife-related educational, recreational and sporting activities.

About The Author

Andy has worked in broadcasting around Western North Carolina over the last 17 years. He serves as the Operations Manager and Program Director for WRGC and WBHN. “I’ve been with the crew here at Five Forty Broadcasting since the idea of bringing the station back to Jackson County at 540-AM. I feel a personal connection with community radio and the area”. In the past, Andy has worked with iHeart Media and Sky Country Broadcasting. He resides in Haywood County.

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