Preserve existing access to watercraft launching sites on Tiber Reservoir

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Kent Mitchell
3 years ago
Want to see public access stay open!

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Todd Molenda
3 years ago
Because there truly is no threat of anything to the lake and deposit cannot substantiate that there is or ever was!

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Jessica Gresczyk
3 years ago
This is ridiculous!! Why punish all users because of a couple idiots that didn't follow the rules :( Rather than just shut down the public access owned by WE THE PEOPLE they should follow the ideas in this petition to responsibly solve the problem.

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Brian Midboe
3 years ago
I am from that area and there is absolutely no reason to not keep all launch sites open.

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DANNY FRANKS
3 years ago
Danny Franks

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Patrick Kelleher
3 years ago
Shutting down the entire west end of the lake is a terrible “solution”

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Gianna Shepard
3 years ago
I'm a boss and I do what I want.

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Caitlin Roark
3 years ago
Everyone should have access to public recreation areas without being micromanaged by the government. The new rules of access are completely unnecessary.

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Larry Munson
3 years ago
Larry E. Munson Long past time to share with the Public what the plans are before being implemented, instead of having meetings, but doing what the F&G wants anyway

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Robert Gresczyk
3 years ago
Bob Gresczyk
The actions taken by the FWP are not in the best interests of the people who pay their salaries. A checkpoint west of the South Bootlegger could inspect the boats coming from the VFW and South Bootlegger. It's funny how they can spend millions on elk habitat but can't afford a seasonal part-time watercraft inspector for $13.02 an hour, as advertised in the local paper, to do inspections.