If you mailed the app, and have not been awarded one you can assume it's sitting somewhere. If you know that your app is sitting in a pile, what good does it do you?rugered said:10der, One problem with checking on line...there is no way to know if your application is sitting in a pile at the treasurers office waiting to be processed.
Elk County is fast at processing them but I suspect they will still hold them all until the checks are cleared and they are all processed before they send them out. If they do it the same this year as they have in the past all of the first round will be sent out on the same day which is generally just a short time before they are required to be sent out.Dutch said:Three years ago I watched online as the processing occured for 2G. It was fast and furious up until about 5PM, then it slowed a great deal. Yet, until 7Pm that night, SOMEONE was still issuing 2G tags. Most of the other WMU's stopped being issued at 5 PM as well.
I later found that Elk County processes ALL the tags they get each day, even if it means their employees stay over.
It was ELK County that was still issuing 2G tags at 7PM.
So, if you sent to a county that stops all tag issuing at 5 PM, yer at a loss.
Herein lies the basic unfairness of the issuing system.
On top of that, I'm told that Elk sends them back to the hunters in short order.
Last year, I used Lancaster and they waited to send them until the last minute. Lebanon was the same way.
I don't wantto, and should not have to look it up online or wonder if the thing was lost in the mail.
I paid for the license, it should be in my hands ina reasonable amount of time.
Applying for a license the second Monday in July and not receiving it until SEPTEMBER is a joke.