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Apr 8, 2002

Updated Post: Meeting Scheduled By Opponents Of El Dorado Forest Trail Shutdown In Northern California CANCELLED

From a notice from the AMA:<BR><BR>El Dorado Forest Lawsuit Meeting<BR><BR>On April 12, 2002 at 7:00 pm a town hall meeting will be held at the International Order of Odd Fellow's Hall, located at the corner of highway 193 and Main St. in Georgetown, CA. to discuss the recently filed lawsuit, which seeks to close all forest service roads and trails in the El Dorado Forest.<BR><BR>Affected areas would include the Rock Creek Recreational Area, and would apply to all 4-wheel drives, SUVs, jeeps and pick-ups as well as ATVs, motorcycles, horses and snowmobiles. "We The People" together with the Blue Ribbon Coalition, AMA District 36 and other local Recreational Groups have filed to be interveners in this lawsuit and have also filed a cross complaint.<BR><BR><BR><BR>WHAT TO DO<BR><BR>1) Attend and bring a friend!<BR><BR>2) Get the Facts!<BR><BR>3) Copy this notice and give it to friends, neighbors and co- workers!<BR><BR><BR><BR>Representatives from the Blue Ribbon Coalition and We The People will hold an open forum for discussion of items of interest to all citizens who recreate in the El Dorado National Forest.<BR><BR><BR><BR>FOR FURTHER INFORMATION<BR><BR><BR><BR>home.attbi.com/~wethepeople/index.html<BR><BR><BR>THIS JUST IN:<BR><BR>Town Hall meeting scheduled for April 12 has been canceled.<BR><BR>Georgetown California<BR><BR>Because of the sensitive issues surrounding the Eldorado legal action the Town Hall meeting has been postponed. Reschedule dates to be announced.<BR><BR>The purpose of this gathering of citizens concerned about the loss of forest access was to provide information about the organization "We the People" and to establish a framework for support. This can still happen by becoming an e-mail contact in the We the People network e-mail - wethepeople@attbi.com<BR><BR>We the People will be holding a membership meeting on Friday, April 12, 7:00 pm at the Odd Fellows Hall, at the corner of Wentworth Springs Road and Hwy 93, Georgetown CA. If you are interested in learning more about We the People and how you can support forest access, please attend.