1: DMAP would work to a degree with some of the local herds within city limits. However, aren't there enough tags available? Maybe lower the price for the antlerless tags to supplement DMAP.
2: Antler Restrictions, in my opinion, are not good for our state. I know, let em go/let em grow, got it. EAB produced some better quality bucks because you had to get a doe first. However, you start limiting what the hunter can shoot will probably lower license sales. Based off gun season only, how can someone without the resources, be told they can only shoot a buck with X amount of points? Times are lean, deer herds are up (maybe), but isn't hunting about the opportunity? I've given my story before, no need to rehash unless I need to.
3: I don't know what the CWD areas are like so I can't comment specifically. Maybe target the areas with the most CWD findings and have a year round season if that is what the DNR wants to do ultimately.
4: The DNR does need a little bit of monitoring. Wolf, bear, northern deer populations - A little bit more education to the hunters.