The State Board of Fisheries is meeting this week in Petersburg to talk about Southeast and Yakutat shellfish issues. The proceeding is open to the public and consists of staff presentations, public testimony, committee meetings, and board deliberation on the many proposals to change regulations for the harvest of king, tanner and dungeness crab as well as shrimp, sea cucumbers and other shellfish. The meeting started Sunday at the Sons of Norway Hall in Petersburg. Matt Lichtenstein asked the Board’s Executive Director, Monica Wellard, about the agenda and the board process