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  • Clackamas Parks meeting, Thursday 1/14 - who's coming?

    North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District Advisory Board Meeting!

    This Thursday, 5:30 PM, Milwaukie Center off Rusk Rd. & Hwy. 224.

    More details here: http://www.nwdiscgolfnews.com/forum/...ead.php?t=3737


    This may be the last chance to speak up for disc golf in the Milwaukie area... who's with me? C'mon Stumptown, I know you guys have a meeting this Tuesday; stuff like this is why the club exists, right?
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    fighting bigger battles!

    I think it is great you have chosen to spearhead this project and be the point man on the DG'ers side. Thank you for your time on this project, it seems very important to you. However, I feel this space may not be the best fit for DG. It seems you are up against tough opposition for this tiny prime piece of land. the environmentalist set will never let any clearing of fairways happen if DG is included in this plan. I was looking at google maps, as you often do. I noticed how this is a true rarity within the immediate area. A natural space may be the best answer for this area. If you need more enthusiastic people to join your cause. YOU must sound the trumpets. IE go to the Stumptown meeting and explain whats up .... face to face is far more effective than just spouting off into the interwebs about how this cause is the reason our club exists. I am fully aware that Stumptown is busy as a ________ !!!! On courses which are already in process. I DO hope this all works out for you and I have a new course to play on.... but I will most likely be seeing it as I pass...... headed to MILO

    Let the shit storm begin !!!!!!

    steve

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    • #3
      "Tiny" piece of land? It's 100 acres, and we're asking for 5-10.

      But if you think it's a bad idea, then find another piece of suitable land that doesn't require burning a gallon or more of hydrocarbons to get there from the biggest population center in Oregon.


      As for Stumptown, Bob Cabal lives in Milwaukie and has been to the Clackamas Parks open houses. I trust him to spread the word.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Adam Schneider View Post
        "Tiny" piece of land? It's 100 acres, and we're asking for 5-10.

        But if you think it's a bad idea, then find another piece of suitable land that doesn't require burning a gallon or more of hydrocarbons to get there from the biggest population center in Oregon.


        As for Stumptown, Bob Cabal lives in Milwaukie and has been to the Clackamas Parks open houses. I trust him to spread the word.
        Adam, as I am not currently involved with Stumptown and most likely won't be going to the meeting Tuesday, it might be a good idea if you COULD go. I WILL try to make the meeting Thursday night however.

        Bob

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        • #5
          Originally posted by "Over the Hill" Bob View Post
          Adam, as I am not currently involved with Stumptown
          I didn't know... you seemed like one of their most visible members a year ago!
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