NEW YORK - CALL TO ACTION: Ask Legislators To Support Increasing ATV Weight Limit

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June 16, 2014 8:08 PM

BLUERIBBON COALITION PARTNER ALERT!

NEW YORK - CALL TO ACTION: Ask Legislators To Support Increasing ATV Weight Limit

Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber,

Our partners over at the New York State Off-Highway Recreational Vehicle Association (NYSORVA) have asked us to forwarded their latest NYSORVA Announcement with a Call to Action for all  New York State ATV and SXS Owners, Dealers and repair shops.

I have pasted their announcement below; please take a couple of minutes to read over the information and take action. Then pass it along to all your friends, family and riding buddies.

By the way, the New York State Off-Highway Recreational Vehicle Association's website is an excellent source of information for all New York OHV planning projects.
BOOKMARK THIS!!  http://www.nysorva.info/.

Thanks in advance and, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC.

Ric Foster
Public Lands Department Manager
BlueRibbon Coalition
208-237-1008 ext 107

 

 NYSORVA Announcement

CALL TO ACTION

Attention all New York State ATV and SXS Owners, Dealers and repair shops !!!
 
Please forward this to your email database Immediately!!!
 
Legislative session ends June 19th and you must act now!

This legislative session has been very active on this issue. Assembly Bill A4971 has passed key committees in the Assembly to this point. Now you need to act now to help make it law, by sending a message to all of Albany asking them to support increasing the ATV weight limit.
 
You can sign it: HERE

THANK YOU in advance for your participation !!
 
JEFFREY J. BINGA
PRESIDENT
NYSORVA, Inc.

 

 

NYSORVA
PO Box 2
Macedon, New York 14502

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