this time I fill out paper work to have 2 kids get annual releases. you send it back for 2 reasons. 1) the paper I filled out says 2017 on the top instead of 2018. there is no other difference
I sent an email explaining
Ocean explained that didn’t matter and what she sees and what the website shows is ‘two different things’. That’s unacceptab
You just lost a loyal customer that would have otherwise been with you for decades. I’m sure you don’t care. Ocean sure didn’t. I terminated
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Our initial Wayne National Forest Plan Revision public meeting in Canal Winchester has been POSTPONED due to hazardous weather forecasted for that date (Wednesd...ay, March 21). This precaution is intended to ensure that all interested members of the public can safely attend the meeting. It will be rescheduled as soon as possible. Other Plan Revision meetings are expected to proceed as scheduled. Please email WaynePlanRevision@fs.fed.us or call 740-753-0859 with any questions or concerns. Thank you for your interest in the Wayne National Forest Plan Revision.
Read the press release with scheduled meetings at http://bit.ly/2IvVc0H Again, the initial meeting in Canal Winchester for Wednesday, March 21, has been POSTPONED due to forecasted hazardous weather.
Trail Permits and Fees Temporarily Waived
Off-highway vehicle, horse, and mountain-bike trails will reopen on Friday, April 13, 2018, at 12:01 a.m.
NELSONVILLE,... Ohio – Today, Wayne National Forest Supervisor Tony Scardina announced that trail permits and fees for off-highway vehicles, horse, and mountain-bike trail use will be temporarily waived until further notice.
“Last year we proposed trail permit fee changes and conducted public involvement on that proposal. Our next step is to share this proposal with the Regional Recreation Resource Advisory Committee, which will not convene until April 20th. As a result, I have decided to waive the fees until the advisory committee reviews our proposal and a decision is made by the Regional Forester for the Eastern Region. I hope this will reduce confusion as we typically begin selling permits on April 1st, and we would like to avoid changing fees just a few weeks after the permits go on sale.”
If approved, the fee change proposal would eliminate trail permits and fees for horse and mountain-bike trail users, and reduce the annual fee for off-highway vehicles from $45 to $35, and from $24 to $20 for a 3-day pass. There would no longer be a one-day permit.
“Our hope is that we have a final decision by April 30th and can implement the changes if they are approved”, said Scardina. “We will provide more information to the public towards the end of April when we are made aware of the advisory committee’s recommendation and Regional Forester’s decision. We hope riders of all types enjoy this opportunity to experience the wide-range of great trails on the Wayne National Forest.”
All off-highway vehicle, horse, and mountain-bike trails will reopen on Friday, April 13, 2018, at 12:01 a.m. They will close on Sunday, December 16, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. Trails are open year-round for hiking.
Riders are reminded that all other rules and regulations still apply, such as staying on designated trails, wearing a helmet and eye protection if riding an off-highway vehicle, only double riding if the off-highway vehicle is designed for two riders, and no alcohol on National Forest System lands.
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Shoei Helmets’ Neotec 2 is the company's newest offering in the modular category. It was introduced at Gasolina, a motorcycle themed café in Oxnard, Calif., on March 8. Years ago, fans of modular helmets had to accept more size and weight for the convenience of a “flip up.” With companies now investing cutting-edge design and engineering into their modulars, those compromises are a thing of the past. The Neotec 2 got the full treatment in terms of aerodynamics, venting, a quick-release chin strap, chin-bar adjustment and out-of-the box integration with Sena’s new SRL communication system. We’ll know how it all works together once we get our hands on one, but what are your first impressions? Do you dig modulars? Does the new Neotec 2 intrigue you?
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