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Condolences To The Family of former Pima County Supervisor Ann Day, sister of Judge Sandra Day O’Connor, who was killed Saturday in an accident in Tucson.
Correction: Part of a sentence was accidently lost from Jim Dutton’s commentary yesterday regarding convention rules: The last paragraph reads: I am sure Ash is a man of character. This "trust" will prove to be sorely misplaced I am afraid for it is this same group that twisted Donald Trump's arm into pledging to support the Republican Nominee and now refuse to do so themselves. Character and integrity are a thing of the past in the upper tiers of the GOP. Their actions in July will determine whether many of us will continue to put our efforts and money into the Republican Party. It should read: I am sure Bruce Ash is a man of character and expects the rest of the GOP leadership to conduct themselves as such. This "trust" will prove to be sorely misplaced, I am afraid, for it is this same group that twisted Donald Trump's arm into pledging to support the Republican Nominee and now refuse to do so themselves. Character and integrity are a thing of the past in the upper tiers of the GOP. Their actions in July will determine whether many of us will continue to put our efforts and money into the Republican Party. Apologies to Ash and Dutton. - ft
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LD14 PC Bruce M Piepho to Bruce Ash: I believe there is a valid concern regarding the Integrity of the process at the National Convention. You getting the Roberts Rules of Order (RRO) as the prevailing proceedings guide was an excellent accomplishment. However as the AZGOP has proved on several occasions and the 2012 National Convention chair John Boehner proved the rules have been mis-applied and correct Roberts Rules of Order have been ignored. RRO requires calling for debate discussion on any motion unless there is a motion to restrict debate or limit debate. Some could easily make the case the AZGOP State Convention was improperly called to order and all results invalid. Lyle Rapacki stated it correctly. BOTH political parties are (defiling) erasing the powers that the sovereign people have delegated to it. We the People will not stand for it. The word defiling is mine. Both political parties are losing the trust of the people. Any additional Roberts Rules of Order debauchery could really be very destructive. I trust you and the RNC Chairman will make the people of AZ position very clear to the U.S. Speaker of the House when chairing the National Convention. Piepho is a state committeeman and a state convention delegate from Cochise County.
LD22 PC Jane Schutte: The political climate is toxic. I’m not one to back down from disagreements. I’m Trump all the way. I’m not going to say he is a Conservative. He wants to save the Country and right now that’s what I care about (thinking about my 3 and 5 year old grandkids). Paul Ryan purposefully didn’t support Trump because he wants Hillary so does McCain, a lot of them want Hillary at the expense of the people. Hillary’s latest comments welcome the beltway Republicans. Hillary is a continuation of ruining the Country just like Obama. Trump doesn’t run with the beltway establishment Republicans so they can’t trust him to do their bidding. I hope Trump gets in and eliminates the Federal Dept. of Education, the EPA, etc. These agencies should be at the State level only.
Maricopa County Sheriff candidate Dan Saban’s schedule:
- Thurs., May 12 -7 pm, Goldwater Institute Open House, 500 E Coronado Rd., Phx.
- Sat, May 14, 2-5 pm., Sun City West Republican Club Candidates Forum, SCW.
LD26 PC Joe Neglia reports that the Mesa Community College (MCC) College Republicans is in the process of resurrecting their club. If you are an MCC student (or if you know an MCC student) who would like to participate in the club, please contact Neglia as soon as possible. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Dan Saban, Maricopa County Sheriff Candidate is available to attend, speak, or participate in events/gatherings. Contact: Campaign manager Chuck Foy at 480-274-5358 or email@example.com.
Aaron Flannery, candidate for Maricopa County Recorder, is looking for volunteers to collect signatures at the polling locations around the valley. contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Aaron Flannery, candidate for Maricopa County Recorder, will be at the following locations this week:
· Mon May 9 - LD 1 Meeting 7pm - Desert Hills Community Church, 34835 N. 7th St., Phoenix
· Tues May 10 - LD 26 Meeting 7pm - 640 N Mesa Drive, Mesa
· Wed May 11- LD 18 Meeting 7pm - Clarion Hotel, 5121 E La Puente Ave, Phoenix
· Thurs May 12- LD 12 Meeting 7pm - Cooley Middle School Cafeteria, 1100 South Recker Road, Gilbert
· Sat May 13 - NW AZRA Meeting 9am - 12975 W Bell Rd, Surprise
· Sun City Candidate Forum 2pm - 14465 RH Johnson Blvd, Sun City
The Chandler Republican Women will host a panel discussion on the recent AZGOP convention and the upcoming July National GOP Convention at 7pm, Tues, May 17 at the Tri-City Baptist Church, Main Church Auditorium, 2211 W. Germann Rd., Chandler, 85286. A panel will address the chaos at the recent AZGOP convention and try to demystify the process with facts. Arizona National Committeewoman Sharon Giese and Committeeman Bruce Ash will share how a National Convention actually works and what is now expected in July. (Ash is the Rules Committee Chairman for that Convention.)Representatives from the Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich campaigns will also be on the panel to discuss their participation in the April 30 AZGOP State Convention. Contact: Marilyn LaFoe
Chandler Republican Women 480-855-5063 Lorinlafoe@msn.com
US Senate candidate Clair Van Steenwyk writes: I've done countless hours of national and state research showing those running have no idea what the Real Arizona Voter is thinking as most AZ Voters don't listen to the so called experts, WE don't trust those who say one thing and do another. I've been fighting the GOP Establishment and will continue to tear down the walls built by the GOP Establishment, McCain and Ward one brick at a time, walls built with excessive sand rather than cement, Sandy Rhetoric makes a weak structure. Looking forward to hearing from Maricopa County LDs 4,13,15,16,17,24,26 and all LDs outside Maricopa who've not responded to previous requests to present my campaign. To Speak to your groups, neighbors, friends, contact Ron Gosselin at 602 740 4165 or email@example.com. Also see van-steenwyk-files-for-august-30th-2016-gop-primary-ballot
Marsha Hill, Candidate for Sheriff of Maricopa County, is available to speak at events and groups. Contact Hill at 602-774-2774 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Maricopa County School Supt candidate Steve Watson: If you have seen me at a campaign event, chances are you have met my mom! She is a retired school teacher and has been ever supportive of my campaign to improve educational outcomes for kids in Maricopa County. She did a great job raising her five kids! Have me in your home --You bring the neighbors; I’ll bring the cookies and juice! I’d like to hear from voters about their educational priorities. Help me connect with the community. Contact me to host a discussion on education. We have volunteers lined up to help during the special election on May 17, but need more! If you can pop over to a polling location after work, or for an hour in the morning – every hour helps! Find your closest polling location here Saturday, May 14 I will be at the Candidate Forum hosted by the Sun City West Republican Club. 2pm – 5pm. 14465 W R H Johnson Blvd, Sun City West, AZ. Click here to volunteer. Steve Watson SteveWatsonforEducation.com email@example.com 520-276-5770
Operation Enduring Gratitude (Veterans serving Veterans by Rebuilding Homes and Lives) is celebrating its second anniversary with an “Evening of Gratitude” fundraiser between 6-9 p.m. Saturday, May 14 at Pace Art Collective tickets:.RememberAmericasVeterans.com Event flyer:https://goo.gl/xbBSAh Founder Charlie Ellis said there will be food/drinks, live entertainment and poker tables for entertainment, along with silent auction and raffles. Tickets are $25. Veterans get in free with ID. Ellis, a west valley contractor, would often see homes in his neighborhood that were in definite need of repairs and improvements and decided to do something about it. On veterans’ homes, Ellis orchestrates projects such as wheelchair ramp builds, badly needed repairs and entire extreme home makeovers. To donate time, services or supplies, visit www.OperationEnduringGratitude.org Contact Ellis at (480) 678-0938 Charlie@OperationEnduringGratitude.Org
Scottsdale Veteran Josh Wolosonovich is asking for help in a “Operation Nine Line: New Trails” fundraiser for a five day, 75 mile hike in the Colorado Mountains for veterans between June 27- July in which 75 people from around the country will participate in the backpacking journeys that will test all participants mentally, spiritually, and physically. “Nine Line” is a combat emergency medevac request. See www.ninelinefoundation.org or NineLineOperationNewTrails2016-josh-wolosonovich Wolosonovich has lived in Chandler, Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, and now Scottsdale since 2007. He worked on staff for Travis Grantham in 2012 and Wendy Rogers in 2014. Contact Wolosonovich at firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Dates For Upcoming 2016 Elections
Tues., May 17 - Statewide Election
Mon, Aug 1 - Voter registration deadline for Primary Election
Thurs, Aug 3 – Early voting begins for Primary Election
Tues, Aug 30 – Primary Election
Mon, Oct 10 – Voter registration deadline for General Election
Thurs, Oct 12 – Early Voting begins for General Election
Tues., Nov 8 – General Election.
Concerned Citizens For America is hosting a “Should Arizona Legalize Retail/Recreational Marijuana?” debate at 6:30 pm., Thurs., June 2 at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Road, Sedona, 86336 featuring proponent Jesse Dowling and opponent Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk. All voters welcome. Free admission. Desserts to be serviced. Contact:www.concernedcitizensforamerica.com FACEBOOK: “CC4A”
A Group Of Black/White U.S. Citizens Have Organized An “Arizona - Civil Rights Conference” to address strategically important issues regarding the 14th amendment and the founding of the Republican Party. (www.Americanunification.com) The conference will be held between 9a m- 5 pm ., Sat., May 21, 9am - 5pm on the house floor of the Arizona House of Representatives at the State Capitol, 1700 W. Washington Street, Phoenix 85007. Free parking at the Wesley Bolin Plaza (across the street from the House and Senate Buildings). Free tickets at arizona-civil-rights-conference-tickets.. Contact: Ron Ludders email@example.com 602-677-1496.
Registration Is Now Open For The First-Ever AZ Game And Fish Dept Wildlife And Outdoor Recreation Summer Camp for children between the ages of 8-14. Camps will be held from 8 am-3:15 pm., June 13-16 and June 20-23 at the Department's Hirsch Conservation Area at the Avery Shooting Facility in north Phoenix. Each session will include hands-on science experiments, fishing, kayaking, archery, air rifles, wildlife encounters and more. Co-sponsored by Wildlife for Tomorrow. Registration is $150 per session per child. Too register: Summer Camp website.
Congresswoman Martha McSally will hold a Congressional field hearing at 10 am., Mon., May 9 in the Council Chambers at the Sahuarita Town Hall Building, 375 W. Sahuarita Center Way, Sahuarita, AZ 85629. The hearing will cover the challenges and threats Southern Arizonans face living near the U.S.-Mexico border, highlighting testimony from local witnesses representing a wide spectrum of perspectives including law enforcement, Border Patrol Agents, ranchers and border residents, local government, and humanitarian organizations.
Petition To Keep Men Out Of Women's Bathroom Protect women and children by keeping men out of women's bathrooms. Americans are taking a stand to protect women and children across this great nation. The aggressive, leftist effort to "accommodate" transsexuals also makes it easier for pedophiles, rapists, voyeurs and other sexual deviants to have access to potential victims. It’s time to stop this kind of political correctness that puts women and girls at risk.
US Sen Candidates Dr. Kelli Ward, Alex Meluskey, and Clair Van Steenwyk are available to speak at events or to groups. To schedule:
· Ward, Contact Carolyn Leff at 928- 230-0633 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Arizona National Delegation has been assigned to the Doubletree by Hilton Cleveland South Independence for the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Hotel’s website http://doubletree3.hilton.com/en/hotels/ohio/doubletree-by-hilton-hotel-cleveland-independence-CLEHSDT/index.html . Arizona’s delegation representative will receive more detailed information about the hotel assignment in the near future, including the reservation process. For immediate questions, contact Enid Mickelsen, Vice Chairman Committee on Arrangements at 801/520-0166 or Betsy Gehring, Director of Delegate Services, at 216/263-2123
Tyler Bower, Chairman, Republican Party of Maricopa County: My Fellow Patriot Precinct Committeemen - PC Affidavits and Petitions should be turned in beginning May 2nd to the County Recorder’s office. Signature requirements vary by precinct, with the maximum being 10. Please see the requirements at: http://recorder.maricopa.gov/pdf/REP PC quota You may also find the Nomination Form and Petition document at the County Recorders site: http://recorder.maricopa.gov/elections/precinctcommitteemen.aspx Feel free to email me with any additional questions! Tyler@MaricopaCountyGOP.com
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has launched a series of wildlife-related webinars designed specifically for teachers. Webinars typically last about an hour and you earn a certificate for your participation. The latest Webinar will be offered:
· Thurs, May 12 @ 7pm: Aldo Leopold in the Southwest - Aldo Leopold is considered the "father" of science-based wildlife management. His ideas were fostered by his time exploring Arizona and the southwest. Take a virtual journey in his footsteps and learn about a free GIS-based tool for your classroom. Content is geared toward high school teachers. Register: http://tiny.cc/leopoldwebinar.
The Colorado River Tea Party meets at 6 pm., weekly at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma. The line-up of scheduled speakers includes:
· May 19 – Former AZ Senate President Russell Pearce.
· June 2 – BBQ fundraiser sponsored by Congressman Paul Gosar.
Secretary Michele Reagan’s work to transition the office from paper to pixels continues with the launch of a newly developed candidate filing system. Beginning May 2, 2016 the Secretary of State’s office will implement 21st century methods for candidates who want to run for state or legislative office. One of the first of its kind, candidates for public office can file their political committees, nomination paperwork and financial disclosure statements with the Secretary of State’s office online. Candidates have the opportunity to provide contact information, web address, a picture and biography. “We’re really excited to provide this innovative system that allows people to file and run for office without having to come to our office in person,” said Reagan. “From day one we’ve tried to make the Department of State more accessible to all Arizonans, not just those in the Phoenix metro area. The implementation of this system marks off another item on our to-do list!”
The Candidate Filing Period runs from Mon, May 2, to Wed, June 1, 2016 for those running for office in the Tues., Aug 30, 2016 Primary Election. Early voting begins August 3. The voter registration deadline to participate in the Primary is August 1. All registered voters, including those not registered with a party, widely known as independent voters, are eligible to cast a vote. For information about running for office and/or upcoming elections, visit www.azsos.gov/.
Kristi Passarelli at the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office says June 1, 2016 is the deadline for precinct committeemen, who are running for the Aug 30 election, to get their petitions submitted to the Recorder’s office. They will start accepting the petition signatures on May 2. “They can file in person at any of our three offices, MESA and MCTEC have parking; the main office at 111 S 3rd in Phoenix - only has street meter parking.” If you are mailing your paper work in, send it to the attention of Kristi Passarelli, Assistant Director Maricopa County Elections Department, 111 S 3rd Ave, Suite 102, Phoenix, AZ 85003-2294 (602) 506-8344 Fax (602) 506-3069. Please make sure you have filled in all the required information spots – front and back - and include the notarized nomination affidavit.
The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) has established a Speakers Bureau of highly qualified members who are available to speak to conservative clubs and community organizations, including Republican Clubs, AFRW Chapters and AzRA Chapters. The current speakers and their topics are:
ü Dr. Vicki Alger - Education Policy; Standards; ESA's; etc E-mail: Vicki@vickialger.com
ü A J LaFaro - Ballot Harvesting; Close the Primary E-mail: email@example.com
ü Phil Mason - K-12 Education Finance E-Mail: Gopphil@aol.com
ü Dan Schultz - PC Recruitment E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional speakers who will address critical issues facing Arizona will be announced soon. If you know a strong conservative who either is already an AzRA member or who believes in AzRA principles who could be a candidate for the Speakers Bureau, please contact Executive Director Phil Mason at: email@example.com.
Call The White House 202-456-1111 Comments. Switchboard: 202-456-1414. Contact Senate https://www.senate.gov/ or Representatives http://www.house.gov/ Let them know how you feel. Hold their feet to the fire. They wanted these positions so badly, hold them accountable. Arizona delegation phone numbers:
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The Western Pinal County Chapter of The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., May 9 at 408 N Sacaton St., #2 in Casa Grande. (SE corner of W Florence Blvd/N Sacaton St.) with Pinal County Attorney candidate Kent Volkmer and US Senate candidate Clair Van Steenwyk. Contact: Sec Jason Hayes 202-394-7202 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
The Hwy 69 Republicans will meet at 6 pm., Mon., May 9 in a new location – the VFW Mingus Mountain Post 10227 Br & Grill at 2375 N 5th St in Prescott Valley - to hear Yavapai County Assessor incumbent Pamela J Pearsall and county assessor candidate Judd Simmons. 4:30 pm social.
The Arizona Project meets at 6:30 pm., Mon., May 9 at 3375 E Shea Blvd., in Phoenix to discuss the April 30 AZGOP State Convention, Tuesday's Indiana Primary election, former president candidates Ted Cruz and John Kasich dropping out of the election, and several Republican also rans refusing to honor their pledge to support the GOP nominee (looks like Donald Trump).
Maricopa County Sheriff Candidate Marsha Hill will be speaking to LD28 on Wed., May 10 at the Madison School District HQ, 16th Street and Missouri, Phx.
The Pima County Republican Club will meet at 11:30 am., Tue., May 10 at the Sabbar Shrine Tempe, 450 S Tuscon Blvd., Tucson, AZ . Lunch is $11 per person. Contact: Mike Ebert 326-5863
The Grassroots Tea Party Activists will meet at 6 pm., Wed, May 11 with Republican National Committeeman Bruce Ash at Denny’s Restaurant, 2717 W Bell Road, in Phoenix to discuss rules for the national GOP convention in July in Cleveland select the party Presidential ticket nominee. Ash is the RNC Rules Committee chairman and was re-elected to another term as Arizona’s RNC committee representative during the April 30 AZGOP convention in Phoenix.
The Tucson Saddlebrooke Republican Club will meet at 4 pm., Wed., May 11 in the Mountain View Ballroom, SaddleBrooke to hear Dr. Sandy McNabb address ISIS, its origins, their objectives and why they use such savagery. American Gold Star Mothers – Tucson Chapter President Sheron Jones will talk about the veterans service organization, established in 1928 and chartered by the US Congress in 1984. www.americangoldstarmothersofsofarizona.org Police officers Charley Foley and Bradley Clark, founders of “Flags for the Flagless” will explain their goal to refurbish and fly flags on un-used flagpoles throughout Tucson. www.flags4flagless.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Contact: President Neil Macdonald email@example.com
The Sonoita/Elgin Tea Party will host a Prop 123 forum at 6 pm., Wed., May 11 in the Elgin School Community Room. Panelists include LD2 representatives Chris Ackerley and Rosanna Gabaldon.
Scottsdale City Council incumbent Virginia Korte will be featured at a “Dialogue with Virigina, hosted by Patricia Kaufman and Joanna Hagan between 5:30-7 pm., Wed., May 11 at Kaufman’s home, 7436 E Tuckey Lane, (Lincoln Place, guard gate) RSVP: Kaufman firstname.lastname@example.org
The Arrowhead Republican Women will meet with author and Amendment/firearms expert Alan Korwin at 11:30 am., Wed., May 11 at the Briarwood Country Club, 20800 N. 135th Ave. Reservations required. $20 per person. Membership is open to Republican women registered to vote in the state of AZ. Associate memberships are available for Republican men registered to vote in AZ or Republican women registered to vote in another state. RSVP to Lezlee Alexander at 602-354-5224 or email@example.com, or www.arrowheadrw.weebly.com - Luncheons tab.
The Pima County Executive Committee will meet at 5:30 pm., Thurs., May 12 in the Pima GOP Headquarters, 17 W Wetmore #100, Tucson.
The Oro Valley Republican Women’s Club will meet at 11:30 am., Fri., May 13 in the Oro Valley Country Club, 300 W Greenocker Dr., Oro Valley.
The Sabino High School Young Republican Club meet Fri., May 13, May 20, May 27 at a5000 N Bowes Road, Tucson, AZ 85749.
The Sun City West Republican Club Candidates Forum between 2-5 pm., May 14 in the Webb Room of the Foundation Bldgs, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd. No admission charge. Refreshments will be served. Reservations not required. All Republicans are invited to come and hear the candidates running for office, from the District, County, State and National Offices. Room capacity 200 people. Candidates are asked to reserve a space on the agenda. Contact: Jan Martinson 623-546-3753 or firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line - Candidates Forum, so she doesn’t miss your message.
LD9 will meet at 9 am., Sat., May 14, at the LaPaloma Urgent Care Center, 001 E Sunrise, Tucson. Contact: LD9 Chairman Brad Johns.
The Paradise Republican Women will meet at 11 am., Sat., May 14 at Gainey Golf Club
7600 E Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85258 to hear Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) Chairman Thayer Verschoor and Arizona Energy Advocate Jason Hayes. $30 per person. 10:30 am social, noon luncheon. $30 per Person. Mail payment to: Paradise Republican Women, PO Box 14425, Scottsdale AZ 85267. Contact Barb McMullen at email@example.com or www.PRWC.org
LD11 meets Sat., May 14 at various locations. Contact: Chairman Al Melvin at 825-2894.
LD14 meets Sat., May 14 in the Benson City Council Chambers, 1410 Kansas Ave., Benson, AZ Contact: Chairman Bill Sobeck at (520) 230-0579
The Pima County GOP Shredding Fund Raiser will be conducted between 9:30 and noon, Sat., May 14 at Pima GOP Headquarters, 17 W Wetmore #101, Tucson.
A Campaign Kickoff For Incumbent Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Steve Chucri is scheduled from 8:30-10 m., Sat., May 14 in the Agua Linda Park, 8732 E McDonald Drive in Scottsdale. Breakfast will be served. RSVP to Daniel Stefanski at Daniel@axiompublicaffairs.com
LD6 Incumbents Sen Sylvia Allen and Reps. Brenda Barton And Bob Thorpe will featured at a fundraiser sponsored by Mike and Christine Schroeder, Dwight and Andrea Kadar & Dr. Serge and Kathy Wright between 4-7 pm., May 14 at the home of Mike And Christine Schroeder in a gated community in Sedona. Wine, beer, soft drinks and light hors d'oeuvres will be served. Minimum donation - $60 person, $120 couple. Only checks & cash (no credit cards) will be accepted at the door prior to admission. Donation forms will be provided. RSVP: Dwight at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Republican Club of Sun City will meet at 7 pm, Mon, May 16 with Chips N Salsa Show on KFNX 1100 Independent Talk s how hosts Alice Lara and George Ortiz (LD19 Chairman) in the Sundial Recreation Center’s East Hall, 14801 N 103rd Ave., Sun City. US senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward will address her priorities - Secure the border, balance the budget, shrink government and repeal Obamacare. 6:30 pm social, 7 pm program. Contact: Peter Lee 623-583-5987 or email@example.com
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Congressman Paul Gosar: On Monday night in Lake Havasu City over 1,000 concerned citizens participated in a public meeting hosted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to voice their opinions about proposed boating restrictions. While this massive turnout might have surprised Fish and Wildlife Service representatives, anyone living in Western Arizona can tell you that this fight has been a long time coming. Government agencies under the Obama Administration have continued to enact job-killing and unlawful regulations that cause severe harm to countless communities throughout the country. And on Monday night...hundreds of citizens in Lake Havasu City stood shoulder to shoulder and with one unified voice said, "We oppose the latest overreach by the Fish and Wildlife Service to unilaterally impose arbitrary boating restrictions on Lake Havasu. "I was honored to begin the public statements by opposing the draft compatibility determination and criticizing the process being used by the Service to implement these restrictions: “I look around and I see concerned citizens worried about their livelihoods, a ten-year-old special needs boy who had his favorite wakeboarding spot closed last May for no legitimate reason, and a community that is sick and tired of continued federal overreach by the Fish and Wildlife Service. We need a solution that works for all users...If you don't have the science or track citations, then the proposed closures are based on an agenda. It shouldn't have taken significant efforts from Mayor Nexsen and I just to get this meeting. The Service has attempted to silence this community and once again jam these new boating restrictions down our throats before Memorial Day Weekend. I strongly oppose the CD and ask that the Service scrap this terrible proposal." Written comments may also be sent to: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, Attn: Draft Recreational Boating CD, 317 Mesquite Avenue, Needles, CA 92363.
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