Florida’s license renewal process is going to get a lot more confusing this year, thanks to a change in the way that the state uses a federal agency to administer the license renewal.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is now required to publish a new online calendar every year, instead of having it published by mail.
The new calendar is now available for free on the bureau’s website.
The bureau is required to update the calendar for every year of its license renewal cycle.
The 2018 calendar is scheduled to be released on March 25, 2019.
In 2019, the bureau is scheduled for a change of plan, which means the 2019 calendar will be published online for free for the first time.
According to the bureau, the calendar will contain information about the license status of each license holder, including information about each licensee’s renewal dates and the type of fishing license that was issued to them.
For example, if a licensee has a fishing license issued in 2017, they may be eligible to renew their license under the new calendar if they are renewing their license in 2018, 2019, or 2020.
Currently, only the bureau has the ability to update and publish the calendar online.
The agency can only update the 2018 calendar, but that information is only available for licensees that renew their licenses in 2017 or 2018.
The 2019 calendar can only be updated online, but the information is also available for anyone that renews their license, and is subject to the same rules and restrictions as the 2018 and 2019 calendar.
The bureau also said that those renewing licenses in 2020 and 2021 will not be eligible for an update on their licenses, but will receive a “new registration notice.”
This notice will allow the bureau to send the renewal notice to a current or future licensee who is not renewing a license under their current license.
The new calendar also includes information about licensees who have changed their address or have died.
Those licenses can be updated on the new renewal notice, but only if the applicant has a valid Florida license.