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sign screens.

II.ESTIMATED EFFECT ON REVENUE COLLECTIONS OF STATE OR LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL UNITS (Summary)

Because no potential permittees have been able to qualify for an "RV Friendly" logo sign to date because of the minimum 50 foot radius requirement, it is anticipated that following implementation of the rule change, approximately 200 current permittees would add the "RV Friendly" logo to their current signs. Each would pay a fee of $25 per sign and most would have 4 signs. Therefore, anticipated revenue from these fees should be approximately $20,000, only generated in Fiscal Year 2008/2009.

III.ESTIMATED COSTS AND/OR ECONOMIC BENEFITS TO DIRECTLY AFFECTED PERSONS OR NONGOVERNMENTAL GROUPS (Summary)

There will be a $25 fee per decal (4 are usually installed per permittee) which will be paid by the businesses which currently advertise on LOGO sign boards and decide to advertise their “RV Friendly” status on the Specific Services (LOGO) Sign Boards. This cost should be offset by the increased business which should be experienced due to this effective and economical advertising device. (Future permittees will not be charged because the "RV Friendly" decal will be fabricated with their new sign screens.)

Members of the motoring public which utilize recreational vehicles in their travels should be positively affected by the advertisement of establishments which cater to their needs.

IV.ESTIMATED EFFECT ON COMPETITION AND EMPLOYMENT (Summary)

Businesses which have made the investment in larger parking spaces, entrances and exits and overhang clearances in order to accommodate recreational vehicles should have increased business.

William D. Ankner, Ph.D.

H. Gordon Monk

Secretary

Legislative Fiscal Officer

0810#047

Legislative Fiscal Office

NOTICE OF INTENT

Department of Wildlife and Fisheries

Wildlife and Fisheries Commission

Charter Landings Report (LAC 76:I.319, 321 and VII.205)

The Wildlife and Fisheries Commission does hereby give notice of its intent to promulgate rules and regulations relative to the Charter Landings Report. Authority to establish such rules and regulations is vested in the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission by R.S. 56:301.4, R.S. 56:301.5, and R.S. 56:302.9.

Title 76

WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES

Part I.  Wildlife and Fisheries Commission and Agencies Thereunder

Chapter 3.Special Powers and Duties

Subchapter F.Confidential Fishery Data

§319.Confidentiality of Commercial and For-Hire Industry Landing Data

A.Confidentiality. All data collected or otherwise obtained by personnel or contractors of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries or members of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission in the course of their duties and other landings data collected by personnel or contractors of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries or members of the Wildlife and Fisheries

Commission are confidential, and are not to be divulged, except in aggregate form, to any person except employees or contractors of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries or members of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA/NMFS) whose duties require this information, except as permitted by law or court order. Aggregate form, with respect to data, shall mean data or information submitted by three or more persons that have been summed or assembled in such a manner so as not to reveal, directly or indirectly, the identity or business of any such person. Neither employees nor contractors of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries nor members of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission will voluntarily release confidential information to another person, firm, or state or federal agencies, except NOAA/NMFS as stated above, and to the extent possible, will oppose other agency and congressional subpoenas to obtain confidential information.

B.Neither the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries nor its contractors nor members of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission will disclose confidential statistics under court order without specific approval by the State Attorney General's Office. Employees or contractors of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries or members of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission who have access to confidential statistics shall be subject to the provisions and penalties for unauthorized disclosure.

AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 56:301.4 and R.S. 56:306.6.

HISTORICAL NOTE: Promulgated by the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Wildlife and Fisheries Commission, LR 16:38 (January 1990), amended LR 35:

§321.Records; Confidentiality

A.All fishery dependent data (that is, only data collected from individuals or firms) collected or otherwise obtained by personnel or instrumentalities of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries or members of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission in the course of their duties are confidential and are not to be divulged, except in aggregate form, to any person except employees or instrumentalities of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries or members of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA/NMFS), or Legislative Committees and their staffs, whose duties require this information, except as authorized by law or court order. For the purposes of this rule fishery dependent data shall be data collected under authority of Part VI of Title 56 of the Revised Statutes except the names, addresses, and license numbers of licensed fishermen. Aggregate form, with respect to data, shall mean data or information submitted by three or more persons that have been summed or assembled in such a manner so as not to reveal, directly or indirectly, the identity or business of any such person. Neither employees nor instrumentalities of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries nor members of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission shall release confidential information to another person, firm, or state or federal agencies, except NOAA/NMFS as stated above or state agencies authorized through written agreements with the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries that have comparable confidentiality provisions, and to the

Louisiana Register   Vol. 34, No. 10   October 20, 2008

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