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I really don't care about the sensational bs. I just want to see this money now and in the future correctly applied to maintaining and opening new land. I think we need to have some off-road community oversight and transparency. Anybody know where we can find the public accounting records? I say we put a tracker on race-dezert.com and report on how the money is being used.
As soon as Johnson Valley is given back and Diane F#ckstein buys up the rest of the public land for the sand to snow monument there will be no more "controversial" ohv fund. Ohv in california will no longer exist.
When in fear stab it & steer!!!
Madmedia- welcome to the party...LATE! Much of the OHV fund has already been used to buy land...that OHV use will never occur on. The previous boards that run the OHV program were stacked with enviromental members appointed by the Heads of the State Senate and the State Legislature plus the Governor. They bought plenty of land to offset the damage that OHV do in OHV areas. At least that is their excuse for creating more preserves with OHV money. In the meantime, they threatened to oir actually did cut OHV funds that went to federal lands where OHV opportunities exist in hopes that the feds were cut out those opportunities since they were no longer receiving the funds. Glamis is a perfect example. Not only have there been no increased opportunities while the fund has continued to collect money, OHV recreation land has been reduced, even after the State doubled the cost to register your OHV because the funds genereated were 'not enough to cover teh cost of the program...' We need to have true representation on the OHV commission, not just a couple token off roaders to battle the majority of environmentalists that run it. And we need to curtail the OHV funds that go to counties that offer no OHV opportunities, like Riverside County, who receives plenty of OHV money togo out and police against OHV use while having not one single State or County park or area where OHV use is legal.
RivCo management has been a fiefdom for a century. Simple fact.
Hey! You kids!! Get OFF my driveway!!! If you can't go away happy, just go away!
NO matter how you slice it the off road community will continue to get boned
Where can we find out who is on this board or how the organization works? Yes OHV funds should only go to support OHV areas. Otherwise that's a policing issue. The board should be entirely comprised of off-roaders! I am a environmentalist, but I off-road. I want to see the environment maintained and even replenished for generations to come... so they to can off-road!