A “blue sheet” is the term for a written directive to the Department of Fish & Wildlife from the Commission on a subject matter to be placed on the agenda of a future meeting.  In response to the Advocacy’s letter to tribal and state co-managers requesting they cease the practice of using meetings closed to public (see below), on December 10, 2016 the WDFW Commission passed a blue sheet calling for a future presentation to the full Commission on the rights of citizens and the application of open meeting and other transparency laws of the state of WA during the North of Falcon process used to set fishing seasons.  Introduced by Commissioner Wecker and seconded by Commissioner Kehoe, the sheet passed unanimously.  The document is available for viewing here.