SB 767 (Glazer) Off-highway vehicular recreation: Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area: Alameda-Tesla Expansion Area (As Introduced February 22, 2019)
SB 767 (Glazer) passed out of the Senate Governmental Organization Committee on Tuesday, April 23, and will go to the Senate Appropriations Committee. It will be heard no earlier than Monday, May 6.
SB 767 would deny opportunities for local Bay Area residents, including the elderly and disabled and motorized recreation enthusiasts, to enjoy the Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area: Alameda-Tesla Expansion Area.
The ASA has filed a complaint with the California Public Utilities Commission to reopen previously closed crossings across the tracks in the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area.
Reprinted from the Imperial Valley Press, November 20, 2018
IMPERIAL SAND DUNES — Discussions are underway regarding the possibility of re-establishing previously closed railroad crossings for off-highway vehicle users in the Imperial Sand Dunes.
The discussions were prompted in part by a recent California Public Utilities Commission complaint filed by a coalition of OHV groups against Union Pacific Railroad, which in recent years had eliminated several railroad crossings that were widely used by OHV enthusiasts at the dunes.
Congratulations to winner Jesse Henson! He bought his raffle ticket as part of a 6-pack just one hour before he won! It was also his first ever visit to the Sand Sports Super Show, so it just goes to show you never know when or where we will sell the winning ticket!
The ASA is excited to announce a new feature on our website that will allow you to join the ASA, renew your membership, make donations, buy season permits and merchandise, and register for events – all with one login. You will be able to log in to see all of your purchases, see when your membership expires, and manage your contact information and preferences.
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