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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Outer Rim Territory's, Wild Space
    Name:
    Tom Tammone
    I have been involved in OHV Volunteer programs since 1993, started Off Roading in 1987 when I purchased my first 4x4, actually 2 the first being an old scout and the second being a new Dodge Radar. I now own the 1986 CJ-7 pictured here, very simple with about 3" lift, 33" tires and lockers both ends. Started riding ATV's and motorcycles in 1999, purchased a Yamaha XT 350 the next year, which primarily gets used for Volunteer patrolling. Was a founding member of the Dirt Devils 4X4 Club and helped draft their originals by laws, this Club is very active with Cal 4 wheel and adopt a tail programs, also hosted an Off Road triathlon in 1994. As one of the original founding Volunteers with the San Bernardino National Forest OHV program I held three leadership positions, Communications (radio), Membership and Sound monitor Coordinator. Also received a conservation award for developing their sound monitoring program, along with numerous awards for general contributions to this, and the Forest service adopt a trail program.

    As far as background I've been a member of CORVA since 2005, been attending OHMVR Commission meetings, workshops and conference calls actively since 2004, was very active with the last California South Forest province Land Plan Revision. Have taken classes offered by Trails Unlimited in the area of trails layout and design, and am a certified civilian sound test technician, training in trail maintenance done though Forest Service Volunteer programs. As far as political work I walked precincts and was very active in assembly campaigns in the 90's, most of this was under the direction of the N.R.A. (National Rifle Association), they believed in developing relations with local representatives. Have been attending various meetings for around a decade, with Forest service, B.L.M. or anything pertaining to land use which we all know now covers a wide range of areas. As far as party affiliation I was a Democrat till 1993 when I switched to Republican, main reason for the switch was I couldn't stomach Bill Clinton telling us what the American people want, couldn't think of a better way to tell him no.

    My goals and aspirations are though CORVA to develop the same wining formula that briefly caused the Democrats to lose control of the assembly, this was again in the 90's and I believe it can be done again, we have everything the N.R.A had and more. Not that I'm a die hard Republican but it just seams their the only ones supporting our rights, CORVA is non partisan and would be glade to support Democrats that support us, I would welcome that myself.