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Beltrami County ,it's your turn now!!


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An ordinance banning all-terrain vehicle use in county road ditches will be reviewed Tuesday, April 13, 2004, by Beltrami County commissioners.

Slated for discussion as part of the board’s afternoon work session, a draft ordinance seeks to protect county rights of way from damage caused by ATVs.

Commissioners will also hold a formal public hearing and a second reading on another proposed ordinance at their regular meeting Tuesday evening.

If you ride, would like to ride, have friends or land in this area then it would be a good idea to contact the commissioners below and express your concerns. Most officials are happy to hear from people outside of their county, but resident/land owner comments will take precedence. When submitting comments please remember to be polite and courteous. Any derogatory comments will be discarded.

From what I was told by a friend in the county, the MRR people did everything they could to keep this one quiet.

They solicited the commisioners to not send out notices until today, so the ATVAM people and the pro ATV crowd wouldn't have time to respond in force.

Just hear say, but I wouldn't put it past the MRR to do it.

Hope you people up in that county can rally the troops. there are a lot of riding trails to ride on up there that will be closed if it passes.

There is an artical in the local county paper about it, I don't want to step out of bounds and post a link though.You can do a search for it under the bemidji pioneer paper.

Listed below are the commisioners to contact.

Thanks, Benny

Beltrami County Board of Commissioners

April 13, 2004

5:30 p.m.

Meeting to be Held in the County Board Room

Lakeside Service Center, 505 Bemidji Ave

Bemidji, Minnesota


Jack Frost

Email: [email protected]

(218) 335-6773

Vicki Haugen

e-mail: [email protected]

(218) 751-6076

Jim Heltzer

e-mail: [email protected]

(218) 759-2546

Quentin Fairbanks

e-mail: [email protected]

(218) 835-4184

Ron Otterstand

e-mail: [email protected]

(218) 444-5351

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