District 36 Motorcycle Sports Committee, Inc.
RIGHTS ✪ RIDING ✪ RACING
Carnegie SVRA Again in Jeopardy!
Another Attack on Carnegie
CARNEGIE SVRA UPDATE
As many of you know, Senate Bill 1316 – Glazer (D) is working its way through the legislative process.
This bill is to undermine the new property known as Tesla/Alameda of which OHV Trust Funds purchased nearly 20 years ago, and it’s goal is to take it away from us and either sell it or turn it into Open Space for non-motorized recreation.
WE NEED YOUR HELP TO STOP THIS
We need YOU get engaged: NOW! ESPECIALLY folks that live in Alameda, Contra Costa or San Joaquin Counties. This is CRITICAL as you are local constituents/residents within the Carnegie SVRA area.
We would like ALL D36 members to do this, even if you live elsewhere. Quantity Counts!
Your letter of OPPOSITION IS CRITICAL at this stage.
You can call, write or fax your simple letter to your elected State Senator & Assembly person. The more of us that do this, the more impact we will have to stop this nasty bill.
Be professional and keep short and simple and to the point. Example:
Please note that my family is in strong OPPOSITION to Senate Bill 1316. We urge you to not support this bill as it harms my family from being able to recreate at Carnegie State Park in Alameda County with my family and friends.
Joe & Jane Rider Family
Of course, personalize the letter if you want. Name your children, use Family Recreation, Outdoors, and if you want that you vote, and Trust Fund money paid for this lane, you waited 20 years for this, etc. If married, that person or a friend can send in a letter. Spread the word to OHV folks you know. Add a CC to Governor Jerry Brown State Capitol, Sacramento, CA
Below is how you can find your legislator easily and fast. It brings up BOTH your Senator and Assembly person by entering your street address. That’s it….
TAKE ACTION NOW!
HELP US HELP YOU PROTECT OUR RIGHTS TO RIDE AT CARNEGIE. Do nothing, and we lose it………..
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