WE need rain. The hills are not greening up like they should. The snow in the high mountain is slowly leaving. The trails will be opening up soon. Please remember 50” or less on designated trails. Over width breaks down the sides of the trails and some of the bridges will not take wider. Besides the Forest Service rules and regulations.
May meeting was brought to order at the Trails banquet room @ 7:00. There was 10 members and 1 guest that attended. Min. from the last meeting were read Virginia made a motion to accept the min. And Matt second it.
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Thank you to all those that have paid their 20121 membership dues. If you are needing a
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Incoming correspondence: Insurance. Dean read the question form with the questions that will help decide the rate for the year. At this time there was only one ride that the members at the meeting would like to see: This would be a steak ride again.
The High Mountain Trail Machine Newsletter was passed around for everyone to read. That club will be holding a Motorcyle ride on memorial day weekend. They will be camping at American River just outside of Elk City. Call Danny Schwartz for details 208-507-1405.
We will be working on a work schedule for cleaning trails, But not till the contract comes through and/or snow leaves. At the next meeting
As for rides,. We will talk about it at the next meeting. Still a little early.
The meeting was Adjourned at 7:25. Next meeting is June 2 @7:00 pm at the Trails Banquet room in Grangeville.
Rule: H129 allows OHVs to operate on (1) city and county roads unless prohibited by local authority, (2) numbered state highways within cities unless prohibited by local authority, and (3) numbered state highways outsides cities where speed is 60 mph or less, but limited to 5 mile distances to connect with trails, parking, services, again unless prohibited by local authority. On public roads OHVs have to travel at posted speed or 45 mph, whichever is less, and OHV must have a licensed operator and insurance