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  1. #31
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    Does not make too much sense. We have an activity that contributes over $800 million to the state economy, totally run by volunteers. The state contributes 3 positions in Parks. Then the state does what it can to make the jobs of these volunteers harder every year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roady View Post
    So itís kinda like only getting one eye poked out instead of two in your eyes then?

    Itís embarrassing how this state treats a cash cow with no intentions of making anything better. But I guess Iím in Minority in your eyes for actually wanting something to work correctly in your eyes?
    So in your world you would get poked in both eyes or none?
    Discussion, negotiation and comprimise don't seem to fit your M.O.
    I understand you were a fan of Steve's.
    Something about cell sites and grass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 600SDI View Post
    So in your world you would get poked in both eyes or none?
    Discussion, negotiation and comprimise don't seem to fit your M.O.
    I understand you were a fan of Steve's.
    Something about cell sites and grass?
    Lol I guess you didnít pay attention like I thought you did?
    Between him and Rolf spreading lies I didnít need any enemies.

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    Question is this who got appointed...?

    Is this who got appointed..? Or.... was she already in OPRHP..?


    Rose Harvey, Commissioner of the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation said, "With the support of Governor Cuomo, more and more people are discovering how much New York has to offer to outdoor winter recreation enthusiasts. State Parks looks forward to working with our partners this season to keep the trail system safe, groomed and well-maintained for residents and visitors alike who enjoy our State's many winter destinations."


    http://www.governor.ny.gov/news/gove...ing-across-new
    Tri-County Drift Hoppers
    Snowmobile Club
    Arcade, NY
    Wyoming County

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drifthopper View Post
    Is this who got appointed..? Or.... was she already in OPRHP..?


    Rose Harvey, Commissioner of the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation said, "With the support of Governor Cuomo, more and more people are discovering how much New York has to offer to outdoor winter recreation enthusiasts. State Parks looks forward to working with our partners this season to keep the trail system safe, groomed and well-maintained for residents and visitors alike who enjoy our State's many winter destinations."


    http://www.governor.ny.gov/news/gove...ing-across-new
    Rose Harvey is the Commissioner of Parks...and has been.
    Stay Right and BETWEEN the Stakes!!

    Join a club WHEREVER you ride!

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    I hate these kind of announcements, makes it sound like the state is providing money to promote snowmobiling and tourism. All the money is from snowmobilers, not from all taxpayers like is normally the case when the state spends money on ski areas and the like. To me it would make a lot of people ask why is the state spending my money on snowmobiles, I don't even like those things..... Yes it says in the body that the money is from snowmobile registrations but many only read the headline...

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    Default position filled

    State Parks has appointed Nicole Unser as the new director of the snowmobile
    program. Unfortunately she will not be able to be with us on February 3,
    2018.

    "Nicole Unser has been a NYS employee for over 25 years. Most recently she
    served as the Office Services Manager at the Justice Center for the
    Protection of People with Special Needs in Schenectady, NY. Her
    responsibilities included oversight of all building related issues, employee
    safety procedures, development of agency purchasing guidelines and
    processes, development of a building budget and supervision of clerical and
    support staff. She has also worked in a variety of Information Technology
    positions at both DOCCS and OPWDD.



    Nicole was born and raised in the Capital District and is the youngest of 5
    girls who were taught to appreciate the outdoors and activities each of the
    4 seasons offer. At a young age, her father introduced her to snowmobiling
    and when she was 20, she purchased her first snowmobile, a 1988 Yamaha
    Enticer. She met her husband, Joe, during a snowmobile outing in 1992, and
    together they continued to enjoy the sport until deciding to take a break in
    2010 to focus on raising their 2 young boys. Nicole and her husband were
    previously members of the Milford Sno-Trekkers and later the Minerva Snow
    Travelers."



    Hopefully this will be the beginning of a good relationship between Parks,
    the Clubs and the Association.

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    And just when you think the ride canít get any stranger! Ok where mr. Ride clean my to weigh in on this?

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