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Reports from PNW4WDA BOD meeting

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Reports from PNW4WDA BOD meeting

Postby Grumpy » Thu Jun 07, 2018 12:25 pm

JUNE 6th, 2018
Baker to Bellingham Recreation Plan - Two years in the making, the Baker to Bellingham Recreation
Plan that Kevin Vanderhorst – Rainer Ridge Rams worked on didn’t come out as the 4x4 community
had hoped. The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) failed to accomplish the much needed change
to rezoning the Whatcom County Code – which would have allowed legal motorized recreation in the
Sumas Mountain area. The opposition was great from the local community, yet it is evident there will
still be illegal activities existing and the current residents will have to continualy deal with the activities
- land that is not suitable for motorized recreation.
Washington State Trails Coalition Conference - The Conference on October 25-27 in Wenatchee is
on schedule for those who plan a presentation or speech – the registration has been extended till the
15th of June. The theme this year is “Leading the Way” with breakout sessions addressing opportunities
for shared advocacy to managing for trails. Our association representatives are still on-board; and,
PNW material/supplies will be requested later on this Fall from our PR and Tri Power officers - used as
our tool to let the rest of the attendees on who we are and what we stand for.
Just a reminder, the new Trail Counter Request Form and the Kathy Sterner Memorial Award
clarification can be found in the SOP's on the website, thanks to Sande our Secretary and Rich Holm
the webmaster.
Trail Counter Information - the data information will be available during our teleconference call on
the 6th.
Arlene Brooks, Washington State Director
Have Scout, will wheel...Someday...Maybe

Originally Posted by Oregon80
-By driving a Scout, you my friend have recycled, which is more than those pansy Prius owners can say.
-I love driving a piece of history that was nearly lost.

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