At a January, 24th Board of Supervisors meeting YOUR Supervisors voted to revise the current draft OHV ordinance that was both fair to property owners wanting to recreate responsibly on their own property and to residents with valid complaints.Bob Buster, Supervisor for District 1, suggested that Riverside County is headed toward a BAN of OHV’s on private property
. He added that OHV use is an “inherently inconsiderate sport”
and that it is “inherently annoying.”
Contact The Board of Supervisors and tell them you support the OHV ordinance the Planning Commission suggested for approval at the January 24th meeting.Attend the public hearing on March 28th at 1:30pm at 4080 Lemon St 5th Floor, Riverside CAhttp://www.boardofsupervisors.co.riverside.ca.us/supervisors.asp
Send emails to Public Information Officer – Ray Smith 951-955-1111 ask that he distribute to all board members.The Board of Supervisors can be e-mailed at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can mail them a letter to Board of Supervisors, Attn: Clerk of the Board, 4080 Lemon St., 5th Floor Riverside, CA 92501.If you have internet access you can go to the AMA website send an e-mail directly to the Supervisors. The link is http://www.ama-cycle.org/legisltn/rapidresponse.asp
The draft OHV ordinance is scheduled to come before the Board of Supervisors again on March 28th. Off-roaders need to show up at that meeting in large numbers opposing a more restrictive ordinance.