Re: [RC] [RC] [RC] Exempts private property, military lands and all plant lifefrom ES - Jeannie Gillen
You must be forever vigilant.......Equestrians are constantly threatened by
loss of trail, be it development or conservation.........participate in land
use decision whenever you can..........
----- Original Message -----
From: "Maureen A. Fager" <trottin27@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, November 21, 2002 10:35 AM
Subject: Re: [RC] [RC] [RC] Exempts private property, military lands and all
plant lifefrom ES
> You miss the point me-thinks. The issue, for the users of public lands,
> that this will allow land to be developed that will close off access to
> public lands. I really care less about your neigbors ugly house, I do
> about developments that close off trail heads and other access my public
> lands. I do care about developments that bring so many people to one
> location that the public land available becomes so stressed from over use
> that it is closed or restricted by it's land managers (as happened to me
> Colorado) I do care about developers who lie about keeping trails and
> heads open--but do not, as happened to me in Reno.
> The issue becomes public land with no access due to developement next to
> around the land and it's access points--that is what legislation like this
> can and will bring.
> So, how do equestrian trail users deal with this??
> That is the issue to me.
> Happy Trails,
> Reno, NV
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- Re: [RC] [RC] [RC] Exempts private property, military lands and all plant lifefrom ES, Maureen A. Fager