I would suggest that anyone interested in knowing what the Pinelands Commission talks about concerning ATV damage should start watching this video at the 32 minute point and if possible continue to the end. A few things I noticed about the commission. It appears to me that many of them are clueless. At least one of them knows nothing about aerial photos and I can't see how anyone can make a proper decision on anything without looking at them and knowing about them. Aerials are invaluable in decision making. The presenter from the DEP, who does a nice job, specifically says they started using the 2007 aerials for this project and decided to stick with them. He even used 2012 aerials to show damage at the spung on the east side of 206 near Paradise Lake. You can see that starting at 42:30 the presenter specifically shows a 2012 map and mentions 2012. And later, at the 1 hour 11 minute mark the commissioner in question asks if it is known when newer aerials than 2007 are coming out. Was he not listening and watching the presentation! The commission appear to completely rely on the information given to them and not what they themselves have experienced. I believe that many, if not all of them, have never been in a spung or for that matter anywhere where damage has been done.This lack of knowledge of aerials and visitation experience opens the door for others with questionable intentions to get their ear. Very disturbing. In the public comment section the PPA, clearly wanting them to visit the sites, offers them a tour to get them on their side. This video enforces the fact that blocking damaged sites does work, and works well. No need to close roads except those at the specific sites. See shortly after the 36 minute mark and the 42:30 mark.