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#1 Ian

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Posted 14 December 2012 - 08:58 AM

Land use agreement signed between Wagner Forest, All Terrain Vehicle Association Nova Scotia and Snowmobliers Assoication of Nova Scotia!


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After months of meaningful discussion between Wagner Forest N.S. Ltd, ATVANS and SANS, a land- use agreement has been signed. Although Wagner and SANS previously had an agreement, it became evident over the past number of months, a tripartite agreement would be extremely beneficial to all three parties.



The deal was reached after several meetings, considerable good will and an appropriate amount of due diligence. For ATVANS member clubs, this deal provides direct access to nearly 500,000 acres of land and developed trails. ATVANS agrees to provide third-party liability insurance as we do for all land use agreements. We also agree to support our partners in further development and maintenance of existing trails and infrastructure that benefits all parties.



This agreement is the largest single land-use agreement for ATVANS, and may be the largest agreement involving a private partner and a provincial ATV association in Canada. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with our partners.



We believe our reputation as a responsible organization with over a fifteen year history representing the organized, responsible OHV riders in Nova Scotia helped achieve this agreement. Non ATVANS members will be able to access this land by simply joining a local ATVANS club. ATVANS club membership varies between $20-$45 depending on club services, activities and events.





Roger Mailman

President



Barry Barnet

Executive Director
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#2 Bob LeBlanc

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Posted 14 December 2012 - 09:50 AM

...Non ATVANS members will be able to access this land by simply joining a local ATVANS club. ATVANS club membership varies between $20-$45 depending on club services, activities and events.

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:lol: :lol:

Too wordy...

Wouldn't it have been just easier to say...

"Non ATVANS / SANS riders are excluded."...???
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