These items are basically on a two year plan. The goal right now is to merely start the discussion process on what could be available. Again keeping in mind that just because you can do something, doesn't necessarily mean you have to, or should.
With the additional tools that were brought forward at last weekend's training session, there are a lot of options available for each county. When you add in the discussion of changing boundaries or adding subunits within a county, the next few years could really get hairy.
Management at the county level is pretty smart in my opinion.
The focus should be that the DNR provides an intuitive, easy to find, plan language website that outlines the county by county regulations. Additionally the DNR needs to make paper copies available for the old timers that don't use computers.
The one thing that I wish is that we spread the word about the CDAC more. It's easy enough to find CDAC info online if you know what to look for; however, that initial search process is a little tough. I totally bolo'd the public observation process of the CDAC; somehow I missed that they are open to the public until recently. I hear that public attendance, and participation is pretty low, which is bad, because that sends the message that there is low interest; we know that is not the case however.