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BILLINGS With pressure mounting from landowners and lawmakers to increase the elk harvest, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials have spent months devising a new method that they hope may increase hunter success and remove more elk from the landscape.

Called an elk shoulder season, the plan is to allow rifle hunting in certain districts or portions of districts before or after the regular seasons to give hunters more opportunity. Montana already has a five week rifle season that is preceded by a six week archery season one of the longest deer and elk seasons in the nation. In addition, the department can hold damage and management hunts outside the regular hunting seasons in specific areas or on private land by dispatching hunters who have placed their name on a call list.

“We’re looking at what tools we can implement to get elk numbers down in districts where we’re over objective,” said Ken McDonald, wildlife bureau chief for FWP.

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As of 2014, the last date for which numbers were available, more than 70 hunting districts or portions of hunting districts were over objective, or about 40 percent. Those places where populations are over objective can range from as little as 40 elk in HD 570 between Reed Point and Harlowton to 3,200 in HD 322, between Dillon and Twin Bridges.

“So a lot of times we may be over objective but within the population range,” said Quentin Kujala, wildlife management section chief for FWP.

McDonald will present the shoulder season idea to Fish and Wildlife Commission members at their meeting on Thursday in Helena. The length of the shoulder season could be short, only a couple of days, and could come before the regular season or after as long as it falls between Aug. 15 and Feb. 15. The shoulder season could also target either cow or bull elk. One of the main objectives is to reduce elk numbers quickly where they are over objective.

“In order for it to work, though, there has to be buy in and participation on the landowner side of things,” McDonald said. “It will take cooperation and collaboration from landowners.”

In fact, one of the stated objectives of the shoulder season is to “Enhance landowner flexibility to manage elk hunting on their property.”

Some landowners, hunters and lawmakers successfully lobbied for the passage of a bill in the last legislative session that would re establish late cow elk hunts that had been dropped when FWP adopted a new elk management plan. Although the bill passed the Legislature and wasn’t opposed by FWP, it was vetoed by Gov. Steve Bullock in May. In explaining the veto, Bullock wrote that reinstating late cow elk hunts would “inadvertently constrain new harvest management options, and interfere with an ongoing, comprehensive review and implementation of new tools for addressing elk population concerns.” Bullock seemed to be speaking specifically about the shoulder season proposal.

McDonald said the success of the shoulder seasons will be closely monitored by FWP to ensure they are successful, as well as when they can be the most successful. The reason for the close monitoring is that the department wants to ensure that the new seasons increase the elk harvest in other words that the extra time on the ground for hunters means more elk are harvested annually.

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The main problem FWP and hunters continue to face is that many elk congregate on private land during hunting seasons and now sometimes year round avoiding harvest by the majority of hunters. Such concentration of animals tears up landowners’ fences, causes crop damage and increases the likelihood for the possible transfer of wildlife diseases. Large concentrations of elk has also resulted in some hunters unethically shooting into herds and killing more than one animal.

With some herds protected from hunting the main means the state has to regulate wildlife numbers the state’s elk population continues to grow and expand. In 2014 it was estimated at 158,000 elk compared to 138,000 in 2004.

Getting elk to cooperate in the reduction of their population is no easy task. These are wary, smart animals, evidenced by the elk hunter success rate. In 2014 the cumulative success rate for elk hunters was 15 percent a harvest of about 25,700 more than half of which were bulls. Wildlife managers would rather see more cow elk harvested in order to reduce the elk growth rate.

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Interestingly, the resident elk hunter success rate of just over 13 percent is about half of nonresident elk hunters’, even though they outnumber nonresident hunters about four to one. Nonresidents also harvest more bull elk than cow elk. Some of the nonresident’s success level can probably be attributed to the fact that many of them hired guides, had access to private lands leased by outfitters or simply dedicated more time in the field to hunting.

Also, even these seemingly low hunter success rates are skewed. Looking at individual hunting districts, many show success rates of less than 1 percent. A few highly successful hunting districts, like HD 632 in northeastern Montana along the Missouri River where nonresidents scored a 26 percent success rate to residents’ 11 percent, bump the average higher.

“That’s a reality in elk hunting we don’t have a real high success rate,” Kujala said.

And he noted that some areas like the Missouri Breaks may see a higher success rate simply because they are more popular with hunters.

So FWP is hoping to increase the success rate of hunters by providing a chance to spend extra days in the field or by moving elk out of safe havens onto lands where there is public hunting.
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Your neighbor’s guest room could be the next hot vacation accommodation for visitors to the Historic Triangle. That’s if James City supervisors adopt proposed zoning amendments to allow internet based short term rentals in the county.

How to handle short term rentals in local homes facilitated by internet based companies such as Airbnb has dogged county officials for months. Supervisors have called for a policy for the operations in May and November amid several public inquiries regarding the issue, according to county documents.

It’s been a conversation in Richmond, too. The bill, sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Thomas “Tommy” Norment (R James City) was signed into law and went into effect in July.

Change in progressJames City supervisors unanimously voted against proposed zoning amendments to allow short term rentals at their meeting Tuesday.

Supervisors balked because the proposed amendments would allow short term rentals to be permitted in residential districts. They preferred such operations require a special use permit, which they said would provide greater control and community input.

“Hearing these things on a case by case basis would make sense. It gives the public an opportunity, neighborhoods an opportunity, to voice their support or concerns,” Supervisor Sue Sadler said.

A public hearing must be held before the board can approve a special use permit.

Supervisors and staff are expected to revisit the proposed amendments at the board’s May 22 joint work session with the county planning commission. Operations that consist of more than one room or that would rent rooms more than 180 days a year are a special use. Operators would be required to register with the commissioner of revenue.

Under the form of proposed amendments presented to the board Tuesday, anyone who wants to operate a permitted short term rental would have to submit an application to the county.

A permitted short term rental application would be reviewed for rooms proposed to be rented, amount of parking, impact of traffic noise and lighting to surrounding residences.

If all short term rentals are changed to require a special use permit, the application process would likely be eliminated, Holt said.

The proposed 180 day maximum of some short term rentals attracted criticism from county resident James Bradley, who opposes short term rentals.

Bradley questioned how the county would enforce the restriction and said even that figure is long enough to create conditions that would negatively impact a neighborhood. By his count, an Airbnb operated in his neighborhood for fewer than 180 days a year and still created a dangerous increase in traffic.

“The operation significantly changed the atmosphere of our quiet neighborhood,” said Bradley, who is a resident of Lakewood.

Permitted short term rentals would have to provide a minimum of two off street parking spaces. Commercial events, such as banquets, weddings and charitable fundraising would be prohibited.

In August, supervisors approved zoning amendments to allow rural landowners to use their properties for for profit ventures, allowing events such as weddings or corporate parties with a maximum of 300 guests as a permitted use.

In the TriangleIn Williamsburg, city staff recommended that if the city allows short term rentals through services such as Airbnb, it should consider doing so only in the western portion of the city, which includes portions of Henry and Scotland streets, because the area has a sizable number of renters.

City officials would like to gather more information and see additional state legislation on the subject.

“We need to go out and find some facts about what effects this has had on other localities,” Vice Mayor Scott Foster said at a City Council meeting in September.

City staff’s draft zoning amendments presented to City Council in September would allow short term rentals in single family houses occupied by the owner. No rental property can also function as a short term rental, and no more than two bedrooms would be available for rent.

City officials say the operations don’t pay their share of taxes compared to traditional tourist accommodations.

In York, short term rentals are permitted in limited business and general business districts but require a special use permit in residential districts, York principal planner Tim Cross said.
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of the stuff people might be theorizing about regarding Jack’s death will get wrapped up in this episode, creator Dan Fogelman tells USA TODAY. “I think people are going to be satisfied and, in ways they don’t see coming, they’re going to be really surprised.”

The fact of Jack’s death, an unexpected reveal in the hit NBC drama’s first episode, has obsessed many fans who analyze hints and and seek clues about the cause and annoyed others, who complain the mystery has dragged on too long.

Bowl Sunday (10:15 ET/7:15 PT, time approximate, with the cast appearing later on The Tonight Show) shifts between the 1998 Super Bowl, the day of Jack death, and this year big game, as Randall (Sterling K. Brown) hosts a Super Bowl party. (Could there be a worse matchup for the Steelers loving Pearsons than Eagles Patriots?)

More: ‘This Is Us’ recap: More clues into Jack’s death, and a promise that all will be revealed

Randall Pearson (Sterling K. Brown), right, seems pretty focused on the Super Bowl but daughter Tess (Eris Baker) looks bored in Sunday episode of NBC Is Us. Ron Batzdorff, NBC

In the earlier timeline, a continuation of where we left off (in the Jan. 23 episode) with the fire starting to spread after a slow cooker shorts out and ignites a curtain, Fogelman says. the present day, we connecting with characters as they contemplating the 20th anniversary of that fire. fans also learn more about how Jack’s tragic passing affected family dynamics: Why Kate (Chrissy Metz) blames herself, and Kevin (Justin Hartley) has trouble processing his father death.

“Kate is self examining, Randall is, in his own way, celebrating his father and Kevin (considers) his history with his father,” Fogelman says.

He always planned to resolve Jack’s death sometime late this season, hoping to link the tragedy to a holiday “that we could build into family lore.”

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Many fans reacted strongly, and negatively, to Season 1’s penultimate episode, in which Kate first claimed responsibility for Jack’s death and a drunken Jack was seen driving erratically, leading many to expect that would lead to his demise.

“We thought that was a cool cliffhanger. We didn’t realize it was going to set the Internet ablaze,” Fogelman says. “We’ve become careful” parsing out details.

After the Season 2 premiere revealed Jack’s death was connected to a house fire, the show focused on other storylines, including Kate’s pregnancy and miscarriage, Kevin’s drug dependency and Randall’s adoption effort.

“While Jack’s looming death was always in the background, I thought it dissipated a little bit, in a good way,” Fogelman says. “It only built up again recently,” with the revelation that the kitchen smoke detector was missing batteries in the closing shot in the Jan. 16 episode.

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Besides “heartbreakingly sad” moments, the episode also is “in parts hold your breath thrilling,” especially the opening six minute scene, he promises. And have something looming with (Kate dog that we been setting up for quite a while. doesn’t worry that post game newcomers will be left in the dark.

“This isn’t Lost. It’s not so complicated. I think it’s pretty easy to dive in if you want to,” he says. “I think it’s very possible to watch this as the first episode you’ve ever seen, and then (go to) Episode 1.”

Will the heavy subject matter prove too much of a downer right after the game?

“Our show is made by optimists and romantics, and even in our hardest episodes, that comes through. Even our saddest stuff is not ugly. It’s done with love,” says Fogelman. “At the end, I think there is a degree of, ‘It’s going to be OK.’ “
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The review by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources centered on the 254 lakes in the Accelerated Walleye Program. As a result of the review, the DNR plans to continue stocking fingerlings in some of these lakes at the same rate, but on other lakes anglers will benefit from actually reducing fingerling stocking rates.

“With fish stocking, sometimes less is more,” said Don Pereira, DNR fisheries chief. “Our review found that 70 percent of the 254 lakes saw no improvement in walleye numbers some even had declines in walleye after we massively increased stocking in them. That tells us we need to be more efficient in how we stock fingerlings.”

Going forward, area fisheries managers will continue to play a significant role in setting stocking levels, with stocking tied to lake management plans that include considerations of a lake’s available habitat, prey availability and past success stocking fish. They have been working with lake associations and other interested anglers to review the results of this evaluation on individual lakes and consider changes to lake management plans based on the findings.

On 70 lakes, stocking at high densities should continue.

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On 85 of the 254 lakes, stocking density should be reduced.

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On eight lakes, stocking should be discontinued.

“Walleye fishing is excellent in Minnesota because of the large lakes and habitat in other high quality lakes and rivers that support natural walleye reproduction,” Pereira said. “In fact, some 85 percent of the walleye caught in Minnesota are wild.”

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Ann Arbor’s Dahlmann Properties finalized a deal Monday to purchase a high profile office building on the corner of Ann Arbor South Fifth Avenue and East Liberty Street.The company, owned by Dennis Dahlmann, purchased the seven story, 95,000 square foot building at 301 E. Liberty St. from Bloomfield Hills based Larson Realty Group for $10.6 million, property records show. Swisher Commercial’s Mike Giraud represented the seller in the deal.E. Liberty is being returned to local ownership and management for the first time in 20 years, Dahlmann said in a written a trophy building in an excellent downtown location, he added.Constructed in 1986, the building sits along the key corridor between Main Street and the Univeristy of Michigan campus.Dahlmann said the building is fully occupied and in “excellent condition.” He said he likely will make minor improvements to the lobby and stairwell areas.City records show two previous building sales: JFK Investment Company purchased it for $5.25 million in 1993, and Larson Realty Group purchased it for $9.6 million in 2001. The building was listed for sale again in 2008, but it was later taken off the market. The property has a 2013 assessed value of about $5.82 million.Dahlmann Properties owns Ann Arbor Bell Tower and Campus Inn hotels. The company also owns a number of commercial properties, including the City Center Building at 220 E. Huron and the KeyBank Building at 100 S. Main.efficiencies and synergy will come from the fact that 301 E. Liberty is only a few blocks from two of our other downtown office buildings, the KeyBank Building and the City Center Building, where we already have a veteran office management team in place,
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said Ben Dahlmann, the company’s senior vice president.In an email circulated to the building tenants on Monday, Larson Realty Group CEO Eric Larson said his company being a part of Ann Arbor through its ownership of the building. 301 E. Liberty was the only Ann Arbor property in Larson Realty Group portfolio, which includes properties in Birmingham, Troy, Southfield, Warren and Detroit, among other places.In February, Eric Larson was named co managing partner for Bedrock Real Estate Services LLC, the real estate arm of Dan Gilbert Rock Ventures LLC.Dahlmann family has owned real estate in Ann Arbor for a very long time and they are committed to the community, Larson wrote in the email. are pleased that the building will be in good hands and wish them the best moving forward. could not be reached for further comment.Front terrace and entry entirely renovated late 90sVictors Restaurant complete makeover and renovation 2007Regency Ballroom complete makeover and renovation 2008Huron Ballroom complete makeover and renovation 2011Terrace Ballroom complete makeover and renovation 2012Corridors on all floors complete makeover and renovation 2007 2010In room renovations including custom coffee bars, and custom refrigerator cabinets 2009 2012 Also including furniture, carpet, draperies,
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