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Old March 5th, 2004, 10:43 AM
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Update on Mass. FL Road status.

http://neow.net/OFR_update.pdf

For those in the Northeast that aren't NEOW followers. The trail remains a there and back however it appears their will be changes made to enlarge the ATV bypass to accomodate trucks around the wetlands.

Kudos to all of those who continue to contribute time, money and effort to this cause.
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Old March 9th, 2004, 06:35 PM
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Further:

Results of the NEA4WDC Meeting with the Town of Florida 03/08/04
By Carl Merrick
Tim Wagner did an excellent presentation to the selectmen and town manager
last night. They are supportive of the 3rd initiative proposed by the North East
Association of 4WD Clubs to block access to the waterhole and use the existing
ATV bypass. Tim will be contacting DCR for the next step.
****IMPORTANT NOTE: At this time we do not have access to this ATV bypass.
PLEASE turn around at some point and DO NOT go through the
environmentally sensitive waterhole.****
Concerns from Florida MA relating to OHRV operation in this area:
Ice cream/flat rock trail. Part of this trail is over DCR property. We need to
cease use of this trail and convince others of that as well.
They would like to see an increase in self-policing.
Increased patronage of local businesses.
One of the selectmen has property in the area of some of the trails we
operate on. One of his observations/concerns is the "long string of
vehicles" that pass by his farm. One thing we could do to alleviate this
problem would be to stagger small groups leaving for trails. Not just in the
Florida area but all areas in which we use trails.
Vehicles traveling over snowmobile trails in the winter.
If the above concerns are noted in one geographical location, we can safely
assume that it has been observed in other areas as well. Please do your best to
support local businesses and be mindful of how we are viewed by local residents.
Our ability to recreate in these areas has a direct correlation of how we are
perceived while visiting. Please act responsibly.
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