June 27, 2013 Notice

KAR 115-40-4. Tax credits. (Agritourism – new) (PDF - 26.35 kB)

This new permanent regulation establishes tax credits for the purposes of the agritourism regulations. The regulation is proposed for transfer from the Department of Commerce to the Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism as a result of ERO 36.

KAR 115-40-4 Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 8.58 kB)

The proposed regulation is not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-40-5. New registration form. (Agritourism – new) (PDF - 7.99 kB)

This new permanent regulation establishes new registration requirements for the purposes of the agritourism regulations. The regulation is proposed for transfer from the Department of Commerce to the Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism as a result of ERO 36.

KAR 115-40-5 Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 8.58 kB)

The proposed regulation is not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-40-6. Contracts. (Agritourism – new) (PDF - 7.90 kB)

This new permanent regulation establishes mandatory contractual provisions for the purposes of the agritourism regulations. The regulation is proposed for transfer from the Department of Commerce to the Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism as a result of ERO 36.

KAR 115-40-6 Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 8.57 kB)

The proposed regulation is not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-5-1 Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 8.69 kB)

The proposed amendments are not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-5-2. Furbearers and coyotes; possession, disposal, and general provisions. (PDF - 13.82 kB)

This permanent regulation sets possession, disposal, and general provisions for furbearers and coyotes. The proposed amendments to the regulation would require tagging by the department of all bobcats, otters, and swift fox taken in Kansas, remove provisions related to tagging deadlines for otters and change requirements for biological data collection for otters.

KAR 115-5-2 Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 8.52 kB)

The proposed amendments are not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-6-1 Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 8.43 kB)

The proposed amendments are not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-16-5. Wildlife control permit; operational requirements. (PDF - 18.73 kB)

This permanent regulation sets operational requirements for wildlife control permits. The proposed amendments would allow the use of an individual’s KDWPT number for marking trapping equipment and require nuisance otters to be tagged after take.

KAR 115-16-5 Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 8.85 kB)

The proposed amendments are not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-25-11. Furbearers; open seasons and bag limits. (PDF - 8.67 kB)

This exempt regulation sets open season and bag limits for furbearers. This version of the regulation differs from previous versions in that it allows for incidental take of muskrats during the beaver trapping season when other seasons are closed and removes a statewide quota on otter harvest.

KAR 115-25-11 Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 8.50 kB)

The proposed version of the regulation is not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-8-1 Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 9.03 kB)

The proposed amendments are not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-8-2. Blinds, tree stands, and decoys. (PDF - 11.21 kB)

This permanent regulation establishes certain requirements for blinds, tree stands, and decoys on public lands. The proposed amendments would remove references to tree stands as the word stand is more all encompassing.

KAR 115-8-2 Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 8.46 kB)

The proposed amendments are not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-8-23. Bait; hunting. (PDF - 28.83 kB)

This permanent regulation establishes restrictions on the use of bait while hunting on department lands. The proposed amendments would better define baiting, particularly allowing manipulation of crops on KDWPT property for dove hunting.

KAR 115-8-23 Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 8.46 kB)

The proposed amendments not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-25-9a. Deer; open season, bag limit, and permits; additional considerations; Fort Riley; crossbow survey number. (PDF - 10.05 kB)

This exempt regulation establishes additional considerations for the 2013-2014 firearm, muzzleloader and archery deer seasons. The main items in the regulation set the deer seasons on Fort Riley in order to better accommodate the changing training mission at Fort Riley. The regulation would also require all persons hunting for big game and wild turkeys with a crossbow to obtain a free crossbow permit prior to hunting in order to obtain survey data for harvest, similar to last season.

KAR 115-25-9a Economic Impact Summary (PDF - 8.96 kB)

The proposed version of the regulation is not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.