What do you do for diving?
Posted by njdiver on 7/13/2016, 7:57 am, in reply to "Re: It's baaack!"
"As I thought my question has gone over your head and your "concern" is only for yourself. Further more just who do you think pays for funds coming out of D.C? Covering your ass by trying to baffle me with your BS links has NO bearing on my original question and follow up." |
I am fully aware of who's tax dollars are paying for the restoration projects currently underway. Are you aware of what has been spent thus far? Here is another "BS link" for you:
Are you involved with any of the organizations I mentioned? I am, have and will be attending local, County, State and Federal meetings representing divers, fishermen and the general public on public access and fisheries issues. Will I see you tomorrow at Monmouth University? I will be there representing NJCDC, COBRA and will report back to the NJOACF and JCAA later this month. That you enjoy the privilege of shore diving and other aspects of our sport is due to the dedication and determination of the individuals who attend the meetings, hearings and public events. Who take their time to do the research and give the testimony to maintain and expand your access to our tidelands, which would otherwise be private areas for the one percenters. Do not try to "call out" NIMBY on people who actually go out and do what is necessary to keep your ability to enjoy our waters and recreate on and in them. Without these people you would be excluded from the beaches, inlets, rivers and bays of our State. Sites like the "Railroad Bridge" and the Maclearie Park platform would not be there for divers. Turn your energy and criticisms toward the people who would deny you your sport and support or join those who defend your rights and privileges to dive!