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Know the law that is new or in the works.

PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2016 9:11 pm
by Bill Cummings
Know the law that is new or in the works.
Hadley put out a request for someone to attend and up coming meeting that might be of interest to the HG/PG community.
I was the only one free so I attended:
NM WILDERNESS ALLIANCE HOLIDAY PARTY
Saturday, December 10th from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Southwest Environmental Center
275 North Downtown Mall, Las Cruces, NM 88001
37 attended.
Speakers were:
1) Mark Allison
Executive Director of the:
New Mexico Wilderness Alliance
http://www.nmwild.org/about-us
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2) Jeff Steinborn is a Democratic member of the New Mexico House of Representatives, serving since 2013. Steinborn previously served in the New Mexico House from 2006-2010. Wikipedia
Born: 1970, Las Cruces, NM
Education: University of Texas at Austin (1995)
Party: Democratic Party
Office: New Mexico State Representative since 2013
Residence: Las Cruces, NM
Office-elect: New Mexico State Senator (Jan 1, 2017)
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3) Nathan Small
New Mexico State Representative (elect)
nathanpsmall.com
Party: Democratic Party
Office-elect: New Mexico State Representative (Jan 1, 2017)
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4) Dan Foreman
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confessions_of_an_Eco-Warrior.
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It was expressed that there was great concern that the incoming administration headed by President Elect Donald Trump
could walk back some of the gains one of which is the Organ Mountains- Desert Peaks Conservation Act.
Some of the free hand-outs gave general information about answers to, Wilderness FAQS:
Generally Wilderness areas prohibit the use of motor vehicles but there are a few exceptions for emergency vehicles and administrative use.
Bikes are prohibited but the bike riding community is trying to change this prohibition in certain areas (AZ).
Only foot travel or horse back for Wilderness areas.
Hunting and fishing are allowed subject to state and federal laws.
Grazing is allowed as before the designation but Congress on occasion will prohibit grazing on new designated areas.
There were no hand-outs concerning specific laws available.

Re: Know the law

PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2016 6:20 pm
by RobinHastings
Thanks for attending, Bill. It's important - very important - for the preservation of our flying in this part of the country. Were you able to present our views to any of the attendees there? I've visited with Nathan Small and Jeff Steinborn before, and thought that they were pretty reasonable people.
-Robin

Re: Know the law - State of New Mexio (USA)

PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2016 8:14 pm
by Bill Cummings
FOR RECREATION ON STATE LANDS IN NEW MEXICO WE SHOULD START HERE.
http://www.nmstatelands.org/Recreational_Access.aspx
Recreational Access Permit
Recreational access for Hiking and other purposes can be purchased from the Commercial Leasing Division at the cost of $35.00. These permits are valid for one year from the date issued and can be obtained by submitting the completed Recreational Access Permit Application or in person at our main office in Santa Fe. Please read the packet to ensure that your intended use is covered by the permit. For more information, please contact our Commercial Leasing Division at (505) 827-5724.

http://www.nmstatelands.org/uploads/files/Recreational/Prohibited%20Activities%20(updated%2012-13-13).pdf
Prohibited Activities:
1) disturbing, harassing, injuring, destroying or removing wildlife, livestock, or any other animal
life;
(2) disturbing, dislodging, damaging, destroying or removing native plants, standing timber
wood products, flowers, growing crops, or any other plant life other than pinon nuts gathered
non
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commercially;
(3) disturbing, dislodging, damaging, defacing, des
troying or removing historical,
archaeological, paleontological or cultural sites, or artifacts;
(4) disturbing, dislodging, defacing, damaging or destroying any improvement, fixture, item,
object, or thing placed or located in, under, or upon the land;
(5) crossing lands not open to recreational access under this rule, without permission, to gain
access to state trust lands that are open to recreational access;
(6) conducting off
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road vehicle activities;
(7) bringing unrestrained (unleashed) animals to
state trust lands;
(8) discarding refuse, waste, or litter of any kind;
(9) building open fires, igniting fireworks, or conducting any other activity that increases the risk
of range, brush, or forest fires;
(10) conducting any type of commercial opera
tion;
(11) discharging firearms, camping overnight, opening (without closing) gates;
(12) bringing onto state trust lands or consuming thereon any type of alcoholic beverage;
(13) violating any applicable law, statute, regulation, ordinance, or rule ena
cted by a
governmental entity;
(14) fishing, trapping, or hunting without a valid New Mexico license;
(15) mineral exploration, development, or mining, or collecting valuable rocks or minerals;
(16) interfering with the authorized activities of other la
nd users; or,
(17) entering, climbing, or accessing in any way structures, buildings, fixtures, or improvements
other than fences located on state trust lands.

Re: Know the law. Update 2017 (Trespass)

PostPosted: Tue Apr 04, 2017 1:56 pm
by Bill Cummings
New Mexico v. Merhege
Trespass decision by the New Mexico Supreme Court 2017

New Mexico Case Law, New Mexico Supreme Court Decision:
http://law.justia.com/cases/new-mexico/supreme-court/2017/34-775.html

Re: Know the law that affect your access.

PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 6:29 am
by Bill Cummings
We already have to leave our cars at the wire fence and use a portage cart for the 700 yard slog up hill to launch at Mag. Rim.
The Rim is out of sight of the Organ Mountains. I see a lot of Mission Creep going on here.
https://www.apnews.com/b2407023859c47fc93683d8e8a886c41?utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=AP_Politics

Re: Know the law

PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2021 3:06 am
by Bill Cummings
New Mexico ranchers say battle over water rights jeopardizes their livel...
https://youtu.be/kDqB_00HdQ4

Re: Know the law

PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2021 8:27 am
by Nate
I feel for those ranchers but I also feel for the wagon wheel makers, candle stick makers, buggy whip makers.....

Times change. Multiple use. Maybe the best use of sensitive riparian zones isn't beef production :?:

Re: Know the law

PostPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2021 5:25 pm
by Bill Cummings
How about pilot access?

Re: Know the law that affect your access.

PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2021 12:54 am
by Bob Kuczewski
Bill Cummings wrote:We already have to leave our cars at the wire fence and use a portage cart for the 700 yard slog up hill to launch at Mag. Rim.
The Rim is out of sight of the Organ Mountains. I see a lot of Mission Creep going on here.
https://www.apnews.com/b2407023859c47fc93683d8e8a886c41?utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=AP_Politics


Mission creep is a good term. There is also an agenda at work here.

Re: Know the law

PostPosted: Thu Mar 04, 2021 12:49 am
by Bill Cummings
Your Phone is Now Fair Game for Border Agents - Ep. 7.298
LEHTO’S LAW (Educational)
https://youtu.be/RHX-Y8UkTbs