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New Jersey - Please Voice Your Support of New Jersey`s Black Bear Hunt and Numerous Proposed Changes to the Game Code!

Monday, June 7, 2004

Tomorrow, Tuesday, June 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the State Museum in Trenton, a public hearing will be held to consider changes to the 2004-05 Game Code, including the black bear hunt.

The hearing will also address issues such as season dates, bag limits, permit quotas, and hunting procedures, so it is critical that hunters attend and voice their opinions.

Again, the hearing, hosted by the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, will address proposed changes to the Game Code for next year. The hearing is tomorrow, Tuesday, June 8 at 6:30 pm at the NJ State Museum. The black bear hunt will be discussed. To review proposed changes, click on:

http://www.state.nj.us/dep/fgw/news/2004/gamecd04.htm

DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO THE MUSEUM

Located in the same block as the State Capitol building, the Museum is near the intersection of Calhoun and West State Streets. Follow signs to State Capitol Offices, Capitol Complex, State House, or Cultural Center.

The following directions lead to the Capitol Complex Parking Garage which offers free parking seven days a week. It is located between the Museum and the State House.

FROM NORTH OF TRENTON

Using NJ Turnpike: Take exit 7A (Trenton-I-195 West). Proceed on I-195 West and follow 195/29/129 signs. Stay to left and when road divides go left onto Route 29 N-Capitol Complex/Lambertville. Stay on Route 29 North through tunnel and continue to Memorial Drive exit. Proceed through light at the bottom of the exit ramp (War Memorial on your left), and take the first right to Parking Areas. Follow the jughandle signs to Capitol Complex Parking.

Using Route 1 South: Exit at Market Street. At light make a left and stay in the far right lane. At next light, turn right onto Market Street. Follow Market Street through five traffic lights. Stay in the left lane and follow signs to Route 29 North. Exit Route 29 almost immediately at Memorial Drive. Proceed through light at the bottom of the exit ramp (War Memorial on your left), and take the first right to Parking Areas. Follow the jughandle signs to Capitol Complex Parking.

Using I-95 South: Take Exit 1 (Trenton-Route 29 South). Proceed on Route 29 South to Memorial Drive exit (this is a left exit). Proceed through light at the bottom of the exit ramp (War Memorial on your left), and take the first right to Parking Areas. Follow the jughandle signs to Capitol Complex Parking.

FROM SOUTH OF TRENTON

Using NJ Turnpike: Take exit 7A (Trenton-I-195 West). Proceed on I-195 West and follow 195/29/129 signs. Stay to left and when road divides go left onto Route 29 N-Capitol Complex/Lambertville. Stay on Route 29 North through tunnel and continue to Memorial Drive exit. Proceed through light at the bottom of the exit ramp (War Memorial on your left), and take the first right to Parking Areas. Follow the jughandle signs to Capitol Complex Parking.

Using 295 North: Follow 295 North toward Trenton and take Exit 60 (Routes 29/129/195-Trenton/Shore Points). Stay left and follow signs for 29/129. When road divides go left onto Route 29 N-Capitol Complex/Lambertville. Stay on Route 29 North through tunnel and continue to Memorial Drive exit. Proceed through light at the bottom of the exit ramp (War Memorial on your left), and take the first right to Parking Areas. Follow the jughandle signs to Capitol Complex Parking.

FROM WEST OF TRENTON

Using Route 1 North: Take the Delaware River Toll Bridge. Immediately after crossing the river, take Route 29 exit and follow signs to Route 29 North-Lambertville. Proceed to Memorial Drive exit. Proceed through light at the bottom of the exit ramp (War Memorial on your left), and take the first right to Parking Areas. Follow the jughandle signs to Capitol Complex Parking.

Using I-95 North: Take Exit 1 (Trenton-Route 29 South). Proceed on Route 29 South to Memorial Drive exit (this is a left exit). Proceed through light at the bottom of the exit ramp (War Memorial on your left), and take the first right to Parking Areas. Follow the jughandle signs to Capitol Complex Parking.

FROM EAST OF TRENTON

Using I-195 West: Take I-195 West and follow 195/29/129 signs. Stay to left and when road divides go left onto Route 29 N-Capitol Complex/Lambertville. Stay on Route 29 North through tunnel and continue to Memorial Drive exit. Proceed through light at the bottom of the exit ramp (War Memorial on your left), and take the first right to Parking Areas. Follow the jughandle signs to Capitol Complex Parking.

Using I-95: Take Exit 1 (Trenton-Route 29 South). Proceed on Route 29 South to Memorial Drive exit (this is a left exit). Proceed through light at the bottom of the exit ramp (War Memorial on your left), and take the first right to Parking Areas. Follow the jughandle signs to Capitol Complex Parking.

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