SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. (AP) Georgia Department of Natural Resources officials say information on new state hunting regulations is now available online and in print. <br />
Chief of the department's Game Management Section John Bowers says he encourages all hunters to review state hunting regulations yearly to stay informed about changes and opportunities. <br />
Department officials say some of the major changes this year include the Chattahoochee Fall Line and Spirit Creek Forest wildlife management areas being open to hunting this fall. <br />
Officials also say suppressed firearms are now legal for hunting on private land with permission from the landowner. <br />
This small city in northeast Hall County (estimated 2013 population of 2,847) wants to be ready for what’s coming; the Economic Development Council, an extension of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce wants to help them reach that point. Some fence-mending, however, might first be needed.
The Hall County SPLOST VII Citizens’ Review Committee met for the second time Monday afternoon at the Hall County Government Center, elected leaders and immediately began sharing their visions of the committee’s objectives.