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#41488 - 11/12/08 05:37 PM Climbing access
ShakesALot Offline
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#41499 - 11/12/08 07:02 PM Re: Climbing access [Re: ShakesALot]
empicard Offline
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what the hell is your point?
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#41509 - 11/12/08 08:22 PM Re: Climbing access [Re: empicard]
Dillbag Offline
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I'm guessing he's trying to get someone from the GCC to respond...

Remember, you were asking for the same thing... Silly mapguy, i mean sodaguy...
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#41538 - 11/13/08 12:51 AM Re: Climbing access [Re: Dillbag]
phlan Offline

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the concerns were addressed years ago, in private discussions, between you and Mr. Rosenstein of the Access Fund.

we are respectful of private property owners rights. It is a disgrace what happened to Eddie.

communications over the Internet are too easily misconstrued and distorted. that is why we support real, live meetings which can be effective in real terms.

a meeting with the property owners group would be, by all means, welcomed.

Thank You.
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#41539 - 11/13/08 01:10 AM Re: Climbing access [Re: phlan]
Smike Offline
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 Originally Posted By: kent
Lemme know when you'd like a face to face meeting with those landowners.


 Originally Posted By: phlan
a meeting with the property owners group would be, by all means, welcomed.


Sounds like a mutual agreement then?

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#41541 - 11/13/08 01:50 AM Re: Climbing access [Re: Smike]
Kent Offline
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Chris, landowner concerns were hardly addressed. And as I mentioned before, you got up and walked out. I might add, you neither retracted nor apologized for your words about coercion to motivate landowners to sell, or your threat to sue. Both of those things you said very publicly here. If they are not your current sentiment then you should retract them and apologize for them just as publicly.

And it's only now, years later, when closures are happening, that you will actually meet. I'll set up a meeting but at this point it won't influence closures one way or the other.

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#41543 - 11/13/08 02:52 AM Re: Climbing access [Re: Kent]
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(my only question was why link to another thread, Shakes and I discussed that in a PM)

ANYWAY, Kent, are you planning on closing whatever it is you own to climbing?
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#41544 - 11/13/08 03:08 AM Re: Climbing access [Re: empicard]
phlan Offline

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I guess if this is not going to influence climbing access one way or another then we don't have to have a meeting.

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#41545 - 11/13/08 03:12 AM Re: Climbing access [Re: empicard]
Kent Offline
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 Quote:
ANYWAY, Kent, are you planning on closing whatever it is you own to climbing?


Emp, there is little climbing on my two pieces in the Bayards but both pieces are already closed. As well, about 1500' of the Millbrook Ridge Trail has been rerouted, by the Preserve and at the request of landowners, off private land.

Beyond that, I can't comment right now.



Edited by Kent (11/13/08 03:15 AM)

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#41546 - 11/13/08 03:19 AM Re: Climbing access [Re: phlan]
Kent Offline
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 Originally Posted By: phlan
I guess if this is not going to influence climbing access one way or another then we don't have to have a meeting.


Chris, you really should go and read the Access Fund website...the section called Climbing on Private Land: Ask First

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