They say they have no money to provide more Police in Wharton. Well, with that being said.Who is going to police all these signs and roads to make sure no one is riding down them? It doesnt make sense to me. There are going to be a vast number of roads closed. Do they honestly think a stick with a sign on it is going to stop everyone?I love the Wharton State Forest. I have always respected it. I feel its unfair that I am losing my privilege and right to ride around out there. Its very unfair.
Do they honestly think a stick with a sign on it is going to stop everyone?
"The PPA claims to be non profit yet they own Pinebarrens Adventures. All those vans pulling canoe trailers all day long in wharton. All that noise, dust and wear and tear on the roads and they are up in arms about the very same thing they are doing."I was able to get a loop through the woods in after work today. Seems to me they've specifically started by closing roads and vehicular access points to water, and many of launch points used by locals with canoes and kayaks who prefer to avoid the crowds at Quaker bridge on the weekend. Coincidence? Or private entity with private business interest In canoing and kayaking in the pines lobbying in the typical corrupt jersey style to control access to the water?
We went to Basto today to inquire about the closing of roads today and they confirmed . Also said that, it was to protect the habitat and to preserve nature. Although Mr . Rob was unavailable to answer any questions, we asked how this could be done without public input.. They had no answers, my question is this, how does cutting trees down across the roads not 1 but several justify their argument of preserving the Forrest? Something must be done!
How can you not make the public aware of these changes ? Dirty ! Dirty!dirty !
The lady at basto said they were in the process of printing maps.. This is insane!!