A 28-year-veteran of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has been terminated this week after meeting with watermen.
The Chesapeake Bay Journal reports that Brenda Davis has been a longtime advocate for limits on blue-crab fishing in the bay.
The Washington Post reports that some watermen who have been critical of the limits recently meet with Governor Larry Hogan.
And the Maryland Republican has been critical the state’s restrictions on fishing.
DNR has declined to comment on the issue noting that it is a personnel matter.
Davis told the paper that she was not sure why he had been let go but noted she is an employee who can be dismissed anytime.