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Offline Crackie Onassis

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Re: SURF COMMUNITY MEETING
« Reply #60 on: June 18, 2007, 02:53:33 PM »
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    Re: SURF COMMUNITY MEETING
    « Reply #61 on: June 18, 2007, 08:48:32 PM »
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  • same here, should be able to make it.
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    Re: SURF COMMUNITY MEETING
    « Reply #62 on: June 18, 2007, 09:15:43 PM »
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  • Yall know Im in. we shouldve done this a long time ago. Just to sit as a group of concerned citizens on Safety. its a start for people to at least get on the same Page. Its not about who owns the beach, or who surfs where or what board ya ride, its about organising into a collective agenda that suits the entire community as a whole both in & out of the water. The Parks department is just completely ignorant to the workings of how a surf community is treated or how to organize it and run it successfully. theyre view is nothing less the a beginner stepping into the water for the very 1rst time coming from somewhere in middle America. They see it as more of kids play rather then a lifestyle & they have no clue what it means to us.

    We should all listen to each other about whats best for he surf beach. Like our need for a lifeguard, the lack of support for a safe beach, the need for more beaches, Clear & present signs, teaching the Parkies about the culture before the summer starts. The Garbage factor on the beach things like that. We need to enlighten them & show them what it is that is important to a healthy surf and beach environment, not just half azz stuff to make it look like they care but actualy give them the tools & stay on them weekly if need be. This isnt a hanging or a Biatch session, its a way to organize our thoughts so that we can do what it takes to make R0ck the same as any other public beach from here to Cali. If we can do this tactfully, who knows what can come of it but if ya sit on your booty, lay around think someone else will do it or I dont know if i'll get what I wnat then dont expect much to ever change. If you surf here, you owe it to the community and yourself to get involved. Its all coming to a head & before some innocent kid gets hurt & thyey try to black ball us out of surfing entireely, please come to this thing.


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