Monthly Archives: February 2014

OHV RECREATION IN CALIFORNIA – THE BIG BAD WOLF STORY: A SCARY TALE TO TELL YOUR CHILDREN

A long time ago the big, bad wolf decided to come back to California and take away all the children’s toys. It wasn’t just the children’s toys he was after. He could never get enough to eat and he was … Continue reading

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Aquaman Revisited

I am a magazine junky. That goes without saying. Having said that, the other day I picked up the March 2014 issue of Dirt Rider Magazine because it had a picture of Maria Folsberg on the front cover. How cool … Continue reading

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THE REALITY BEHIND THE ALAMEDA/TESLA EXPANSION

I remember driving to Carnegie from Berkeley more than thirty-five years ago when there was little or no development along the 580 corridor. The route was basically rural. Besides a few ranches and wineries, there were no buildings along Vasco … Continue reading

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PHOTO GALLERY -LIVERMORE CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Photographs by Dave Duffin

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CARNEGIE RIDERS ATTEND LIVERMORE CITY COUNCIL MEETING AND SPEAK UP FOR THEIR RIGHT TO RIDE

On February 10, 2013 a huge contingent of Carnegie riders and supporters (including many Livermore residents) attended the Livermore City Council meeting to speak up for responsible OHV recreation. This was done in response to the city  council’s decision to … Continue reading

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CORVA and State Parks both File Demurrers to Petitioners Amended Petition

In their Amended Petition; Petitioners, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and Desert Protective Council Foundation, ask the Court to issue a writ of mandate against the Department of Parks and Recreation that will largely close the Ocotillo Wells State Vehicle … Continue reading

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