Letter from California Governor Newsom regarding Carnegie expansion bill

We are happy to report that through our efforts with our lobbyist and partnership with the Off Road Vehicle Legislative Coalition (ORVLC), Governor Newsom vetoed the bill that would’ve allowed the sale of the Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area: Alameda-Tesla. This is a huge win for OHV! We would like to thank our Off-Road Vehicle Legislative Coalition (ORVLC) partners which include California Off-Road Vehicle Association (CORVA) and San Diego Off Road Coalition (SDORC).

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Remember that a portion of the proceeds from the sale of every permit benefits the ASA, so please buy them from us!

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NOTE: The seasonal permit is now a non-transferable sticker.

For those of you who wish to purchase a weekly permit, please visit the following website for a map of locations near you: http://isdpermits.net. Weekly Permits will also remain the same price as last year. $35.00 if purchased in advance or $50 if purchased at the dunes.


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California Legislative Alert

AB 1086 (Bauer-Kahan) Off-highway vehicular recreation: Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area:  Alameda-Tesla Expansion Area

AB 1086 is in the Senate Natural Resources & Water Committee – This is a gut-and-amend bill and is very similar to SB 767 (Glazer) which was held in the Assembly Appropriations Committee on August 30 and became a 2-year bill.

In addition to the policy objections to the measure, we are distressed that such an underhanded process is being attempted with this bill with one week to go in the Legislature. It is disenfranchising to the many stakeholders that would be impacted by such actions and is not representative governance.

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