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What's the protocol on that? I sent a message to the email@example.com, but they have not written back.Should we have knocked on the ranger's door?Jennifer
Quote from: Slowjenfizz on March 20, 2010, 04:40:43 AMWhat's the protocol on that? I sent a message to the firstname.lastname@example.org, but they have not written back.Should we have knocked on the ranger's door?JenniferJennifer,The person who lives in the house is not a Ranger and I don't think has anything to do with maintaining the trails. The protocol would be to Email Garry, the SWAMP yahoo group, or you can also join the Boyette Bike Patrol Yahoo group http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/Boyette_BikePatrol/ and someone will make sure they take care of the issues ASAP. Unlike a County or state park, the Preserve does not have Rangers that will doe things like that.
I'm sooo confused. When we do trail work at the Wilderness Park, I thought we had to let the ranger use the chain saw. Did I just imagine that? Jennifer
At WP, rangers are the only ones allowed to use power tools, at Boyette, select individuals are allowed to.