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|John Sieviec (R)||02/10/2017 to 02/28/2021||453-0452||28 Oak Avenue|
|Eric Mull (D)||04/04/2011 to 02/28/2015||457-9179||1937 Little Meadow Road|
|John Hall (D)||02/01/2016 to 02/28/2019||120 Saddle Hill Drive|
|Anthony Delucia (R)||02/10/2017 to 02/28/2021||458-2911||2692 Boston Post Road|
|Stephen Goldschmidt (D)||03/04/2013 to 02/28/2017||453-4085||20 Spinning Mill Court|
|Alison Varian (R-Chair)||02/10/2017 to 02/28/2021||453-5639||4 Shell Beach Road|
|Edwin Lombard (R)||04/04/2016 to 02/28/2020||33 Lovers Lane|
|Keith Harvey (R-alt)||04/03/2017 to 02/28/2020||453-0283||321 East River Road|
|Where to Obtain Shellfish Licenses||Guilford Shellfish Regulations||Guilford Shellfish Areas|
|2015 Guide to Shellfishing||CT Bureau of Aquaculture||Tides|
|Recreational Shellfish Daily Limits||2016 GSC Meeting Schedule||GSC Frequently Asked Questions|
|Recreational Shellfish Areas Openings and Closings||GSC Pictures||GSC Video|
|Recreational License Replacement Form||Recreational Shellfish Harvesting and Vibrio||Clamming Demonstration Video|
ESTABLISHED: Established by ordinance adopted by the Board of Selectmen February 21, 1984. Alternates established by ordinance adopted by Special Town Meeting February 13, 1986.
CHARGE/DUTIES: The Shellfish Commission is charged with the managing and being in charge of all the shellfisheries and shellfish grounds lying within the Town including all rivers, inland waters and flats adjacent to all beaches and waters within the limits and marine bounds of the Town.
ELECTED/APPOINTED: Appointed by the Board of Selectmen upon recommendation of the Town Committees.
MEMBERSHIP: Seven regular members. One alternate member.
LENGTH OF TERM: Four-year term.
MEETING DATE/TIME/PLACE: Regular meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month, 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall.
EXPERIENCE AND/OR INTEREST NECESSARY/PREFERRED TO BE A MEMBER: Members should have an interest in shellfishing and at least limited knowledge of the waters of Guilford as well as some familiarity of boats. Since members are frequently asked to help with the transplanting of shellfish, they should be in reasonably good physical condition. An environmental and ecological interest and/or background is also helpful.