Ok folks, as I understand it, the new PROPOSED
regulations will mean that access to the marinas between 11pm and 5 am will be cut off. You will be able to take your boat off the water (in case of storm) but will not be able to drive away. There will be a gate that keeps you from leaving the parking lots.
The purpose of this thread is not to go over the details of the new proposal. If you want those details, here is the website that tells you all you need to know. http://parks.state.co.us/NaturalReso...isanceSpecies/
This thread is put out there for anyone who wants to help voice a possible solution to the res being closed. The deadline for input is February 13. IF we take the time to send in possible solutions perhaps one will take. The email address to send suggestions to is [email protected]
My suggested solution is to reduce the number of inspectors by one for six hours per day. The main reson for the closure is because of funding. I feel the night shift (11p-5a) is a one man job. If they can reduce the daytime number of inspectors by one person for six hours it will mean slightly slower service during the day at one of the marinas but 24 hour capability at one marina. Surely they can figure out how to manipulate the schedule to afford 6 hours at night for one person.
This is just my idea. It may have flaws and may be impossible due to reasons I do not know. That being said, I threw it out there. If enough of us send in suggestions, one might work.
Please think about this and take the time to send in some input before it is too late.