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Old 03-14-2012, 11:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help reinstate D. Greene as OHMVR Deputy Director - NOW!!

Instructions for call/email on behalf of Daphne Greene

 Mona Pasquil is in a Cabinet level position please be professional, polite and respectful. Ask for help if you have questions. Mona.pasquil@gov.ca.gov

 Find out what STATE Senate District you live in, we are only concentrating on Senators right now. Know whether or not you are talking with a Democrat or Republican. Take five minutes before you call or write and research them on line.

 If you live in Senator Runner or Fuller’s Districts then take this time to call and thank them for all of the help.

 Send an email and follow up with a phone call to one of the people at the numbers provided, fax numbers are provided as well if you are so inclined. A personal visit to the local office is always welcome and helpful.

 Please DO NOT ask to have trails or OHV parks opened. This is about Daphne as a collaborator, effective leader and someone that is trusted by both the environmental community as well as the OHV community.

 Ask them to call, email or talk with the Senate Pro-Tem Daryl Steinberg (the leader of the Senate and Democrats). Ask them to have him call the Governor to support Daphne.

 Talk about sustainable, family oriented OHV recreation that teaches people to have an appreciation for the Natural Resources

 Look over the attached talking points about Daphne Greene and have them in front of you for reference when you are on the phone.

 Share as needed email and/or some of the letters from other legislators (attached), scientists and professionals that have been attached.

SD 14 - Tom Berryhill – Chief of Staff – Laura Ortega 916-651-4014 – Carnegie and Frank Raines OHV Parks. Fax 916-327-3523 Local number 209-576-6470 and Bob Phelan tom.berryhill@sen.ca.gov
or laura.orteg@sen.ca.gov

SD 15 – Sam Blakeslee – Chief of Staff – Christine Robertson 916-651-4015 – Oceano Dunes SVRA Fax number. 916-445-8081 Local number 805-549-3381 and talk with Courtney Kienow sam.blakeslee@sen.ca.gov or Christine.robertson@sen.ca.gov

SD 16 – Michael Rubio – Chief of Staff – Cory Ayala 916-651-4016 Fresno and Kings counties (ie all the visitors to Oceano live in his District) Fax 916-327-5989 local numbers Bakersfield 661-395-2620 talk to Al Wagner or Fresno 559-264-3070 talk to Dameane Douglas michael.rubio@sen.ca.gov
or cory.ayala@sen.ca.gov

SD 20 – Alex Padilla – Chief of Staff – Bill Mabie 916-651-4020 LA County Fax 916-324-6645 Local number 818-901-5588 talk with Roberto Negrete alex.padilla@sen.ca.gov or
bill.mabie@sen.ca.gov

SD 21 – Carol Liu – Chief of Staff Suzanne Reed 916-651-4021 LA County and Angeles NF Fax 916-324-7543 Local number 818-409-0400 and talk with Tahra Goraya carol.liu@sen.ca.gov or
Suzanne.reed@sen.ca.gov
Call to thank Senator Runner at 916-651-4017 or call to thank Senator Fuller at 916-651-4018.

SD 19 – Tony Strickland – Chief of Staff – Kirk Hutson 916-651-4019 Los Padres NF Fax 916-324-7544
Local number 805-306-8886 talk to Chris Wangsaporn tony.strickland@sen.ca.gov


Highlights and Accomplishments
Daphne Greene, Deputy Director
California State Parks, OHMVR Division


· Positive Reviews from the California Biodiversity Council
- In 2007, the
the California Biodiversity Council, composed of State and Federal Natural
Resource Agencies, held a two-day conference to address OHV recreation
and resource protection. Daphne received very positive reviews from the
CBC members were impressed with how the program is managed as open
space, while providing both opportunities for OHV recreation and
significant benefits to wildlife and increased biodiversity.

· Partnering with Private Sector

o Through Daphne’s efforts and support, the annual “Hangtown
Motocross Classic” at Prairie City is now broadcast worldwide in 104
countries, in 18 different languages, in over 200 million homes.
o In cooperation with the local Chamber of Commerce Hollister Hills
State Vehicular Recreation Area has developed a “Ride to Rewards”
discount that “rewards” people for visiting local businesses which
have been hit hard by a recent highway bypass.

· Support for Law Enforcement

o Improved Grants Program and Support for Law Enforcement –
Daphne provided consultation on legislation which resulted in a
comprehensive overhaul of the OHV Grants Program in 2008,
providing for objective and balanced funding to all applicants, stable
funding for Law Enforcement throughout the state and equal
distribution of funds.
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o Direct Assistance to Law Enforcement – Daphne has tasked her law
enforcement staff to provide direct support for various law
enforcement efforts throughout the state to control and manage
illegal OHV use. Rangers have been deployed to assist El Dorado
County, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, Los Angeles Police
Department, and multiple agencies on the Pacific Crest Trail including
the US Forest Service, BLM, and the Kern County Sherriff’s
Department.
o Facilitation of Law Enforcement & Land Management Forums – For
several years, Daphne was invited to moderate several annual public
forums hosted by the American Sand Association where the
community was given the opportunity to question a panel of several
southern California law enforcement organizations and land
management agencies regarding enforcement issues in the southern
California deserts.

· Working with Other Recreation Interests
– With encouragement and
direction from Daphne, staff from Hollister Hills SVRA worked with San
Benito County to plan and develop equestrian, hiking and bicycling trails in
the park on buffer lands. In addition, at Prairie City SVRA, the OHV Division
has balanced motorized and non-motorized use by providing a venue for
mountain bike events throughout the park.
· Hosted the California Archeological Site Stewardship Program – Through
Daphne’s leadership and vision, the OHV Division hosted and financed
training for volunteers to better monitor, preserve, and manage
archaeological sites, both at OHV sites and in other State Parks throughout
the system.

· Increased Use of Technology for Customer Service

o Established an on-line grant application which greatly simplified and
streamlined the grant application process.
o Created on-line availability for purchase of day and seasonal Snow
Park passes.
o Provided an on-line information service for the public to submit
questions related to OHV recreation and receive nearly immediate
personal responses.

· Restoration of Natural Areas
- OHV Grants funded restoration projects
throughout the state to address damage as a result of OHV recreation.

· Bringing the Community Together - Daphne has successfully facilitated
forums throughout California as well as across the country educating OHV
enthusiasts as to the importance of managed recreation for the long term
protection of natural resources.

· Proactive Approach to Environmental Regulations - General Plans and resource monitoring with BCPs etc.
· Hosted Education Forum – In November of 2011, Daphne, in collaboration
with the OHV Commission, hosted a forum of education professionals to
advise the OHV Division on the creation of a state-wide education
campaign to promote safe and responsible OHV recreation practices.
· Supported Programs for Women
o Daphne helped develop training courses for the National “Woman on
Wheels” Conference and provided training.
o Hosted a 3 day conference for Woman in the Outdoors providing
women an opportunity to experience a variety of outdoor activities.
o Annual Outdoors Woman program at Tejon Ranch is supported by
Division Staff and Resources

· Other significant achievements accomplished under Daphne’s direction of the OHV program include:
o The Grants and Cooperative Agreements Program was completely
overhauled to be more accountable, transparent and fair, and to
comply with Office of Administrative Law standards.
o The grant application process was streamlined by creating an on-line
application program, and recovered millions of dollars through
improved auditing procedures.
o The Environmental Training Center opened in 2008. This training
building, training range, and trail system promotes safe and
sustainable OHV recreation practices. The building was constructed
of recycled material and uses solar panels to generate 100% of its
energy.
o The OHV program increased accountability for expenditure of OHV
trust funds, ensuring that expenditures are aligned with fulfilling the
mission of the OHV program.
o Daphne brought the focus of the program back to properly
maintaining the areas where OHV recreation is provided, while at the
same time ensuring sustainable long-term management practices
were in place.
o With Daphne’s encouragement and support, a vastly improved
wildlife habitat monitoring program was implemented that provides
solid data to inform management actions. The monitoring program
was designed by UC Davis and peer reviewed by wildlife
professionals, and is a model for resource management agencies.
o The OHV program increased focus on water and dust monitoring
efforts, in accordance with the 2009 Division Strategic Plan, which
will provide vital information to support better resource
management.
o A new soil standard and guidelines were created and implemented,
in partnership with federal and state agencies that will have farreaching
effects on improving sustainability.
o A renewed focus on providing OHV safety programming is already
showing positive results in our parks as well as on county and federal
lands.
o New OHV use areas were opened with improved design principles
that ensure sustainability while providing outstanding recreation.
o The OHV Division closed and restored areas that were negatively
impacting the environment.
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Old 03-16-2012, 08:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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A couple of things about this campaign are starting to bug me, one thing this if Dahpne really wants her job back where is she? She has put out nothing herself stating that she's even interested at least publicly, and another there so far has been no discussion on this board about the newly formed OHV Defense Council trying to raise enough money to retain an Attorney, to look into recovery of taken OHV trust fund money.

Just wondering about the priorities here.....
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She has put out nothing herself stating that she's even interested at least publicly
I've heard from "a very good source" that Daphne is interested in returning to her Deputy Director position. There has been no need for her to toot her own horn, her past work and dedication speaks for its self and the OHV community and others have stepped up in her support.

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A couple of things about this campaign are starting to bug me, one thing this if Dahpne really wants her job back where is she? She has put out nothing herself stating that she's even interested at least publicly, and another there so far has been no discussion on this board about the newly formed OHV Defense Council trying to raise enough money to retain an Attorney, to look into recovery of taken OHV trust fund money.

Just wondering about the priorities here.....

I'll offer an opinion.

Its not appropriate for Daphne Greene to lead a campaign for her re-appointment. I know for a fact she would like her position back, she was a dedicated public servant. There is a lot of politics at play and was the reason she was not re-appointed.

You have four separate issues going on at the OHMVR.
Who is going to lead as deputy director
Vacancies in the commissioner potions and who they are appointing.
Stopping the state from bleeding the fund dry
Getting back the money taken.

IMHO that is the order in which they should be handled. I assume not all agree with that position.
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One thing is certain, the interest and fight displayed here . . . http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...t=daphne+green . . . and in other threads is now apparently lacking!

Are we preoccupied with other issues, have we given up or what?
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I hope not.

It is definitely not appropriate for Daphne to say a word....so do not take that as a message of indifference.
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I hope not too and totally agree that Daphne should not lobby for the job.
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So She didn't say a word OK then again how do you know she even wants the job, I'm sick of hearing I heard from a quote source, or is she having her friends speak for her?

Is that not Lobbying ?

Some OHV people including at least one CORVA past President are not supporting this campaign why, because too much money went unspent on her watch and she needs to be held accountable for that loss, take responsibility for herself for once and explain what's going to change if she does come back.
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I'm sick of hearing I heard from a quote source
If Jeff Knoll and many other well respected access advocates here who have dedicated their time, money and hearts to keep us wheeling say something, you can trust that it is the truth!!!

Ducky's opinions and observations deserve due consideration and respect as well . . . roll your own!
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So She didn't say a word OK then again how do you know she even wants the job, I'm sick of hearing I heard from a quote source, or is she having her friends speak for her?

Is that not Lobbying ?

Some OHV people including at least one CORVA past President are not supporting this campaign why, because too much money went unspent on her watch and she needs to be held accountable for that loss, take responsibility for herself for once and explain what's going to change if she does come back.
I have no problem telling you she has told me she would like her job back. I don't think that's a secret. There are many different opinions on the money that has been borrowed and flat out taken from the OHMVR. Perhaps Ms Greene was a little to vocal about losing that money?

I am learning that our world is like an onion with many layers. Not putting words in peoples mouths just my 2 cents. There is always more to the story I am learning.

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If Jeff Knoll and many other well respected access advocates here who have dedicated their time, money and hearts to keep us wheeling say something, you can trust that it is the truth!!!

Ducky's opinions and observations deserve due consideration and respect as well . . . roll your own!

Please don't ever blindly follow my lead. I appreciate your confidence in what I say, and I will do my best to never betray it, but we should always make our own opinions and do what we believe is best.

I stand by my previous post. First thing that needs to happen is the OHMVR needs a deputy director. Personally I hope its Ms Greene. If Not, than Phil Jenkins will be a great second choice. If I could wave a magic wand I might make a few changes but I have not mastered magic yet.

Second is the commissioner positions, third stop the bleeding, forth consider getting money back.
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[QUOTE=Jeff Knoll;14148382]Please don't ever blindly follow my lead. I appreciate your confidence in what I say, and I will do my best to never betray it, but we should always make our own opinions and do what we believe is best./QUOTE]

Jeff . . . you know full well that I am a man of many thoughts, opinions and convictions from your observations of my personal fights in other venues and our conversations.

So it is not without due consideration to what I know about you and the OHV world in general that I made the statement I did.

You also know that if I disagreed with a particular point of view you hold I would not hesitate to call you on it.

As you are also likely painfully aware from following my antics that I ain't no "sheeple"!!! As you've witnessed, I have taken and shot more than one bullet and been intentionally banned from forums, including this one, for same due to my principles!!!

Many thanks for all you have done in the past, are currently doing and will do in the future . . . you are a shining light for your generation and make most of we gray beards proud!

I just wish there were more in your generation like you!!!
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Please don't ever blindly follow my lead. I appreciate your confidence in what I say, and I will do my best to never betray it, but we should always make our own opinions and do what we believe is best./QUOTE]

Jeff . . . you know full well that I am a man of many thoughts, opinions and convictions from your observations of my personal fights in other venues and our conversations.

So it is not without due consideration to what I know about you and the OHV world in general that I made the statement I did.

You also know that if I disagreed with a particular point of view you hold I would not hesitate to call you on it.

As you are also likely painfully aware from following my antics that I ain't no "sheeple"!!! As you've witnessed, I have taken and shot more than one bullet and been intentionally banned from forums, including this one, for same due to my principles!!!

Many thanks for all you have done in the past, are currently doing and will do in the future . . . you are a shining light for your generation and make most of we gray beards proud!

I just wish there were more in your generation like you!!!
We are lucky to be shaking a few into action. I have a pretty good team working on JV right now that are mostly new to the fight. There is hope for the future.
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You have four separate issues going on at the OHMVR.
Who is going to lead as deputy director
Vacancies in the commissioner potions and who they are appointing.
Stopping the state from bleeding the fund dry
Getting back the money taken.
You are right on the mark here Jeff.

I'd add one more.

Finding places so that the acquisition money taken (borrowed) to be spent.

I have provided and did some initial ground work on an excellent concept in So. Cal. that could be the biggest shot in the arm for OHV in many a year.

Ms. Greene's staff did nothing to move on this over a year ago.

But I do believe this opportunity still exists and deserves some leadership discussion to present a united front and get moving on this.
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Great we finally have a to do list, and whoever we support for Deputy Director needs to get out here and tell us how they intend to do all this, Dahpne and her closed door meetings historically have failed miserably at what Duck just added.
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Coming up with a way to stop the State from bleeding the fund dry given that it’s legislated SOP as I recall and getting the money back (despite existing rules) appear to be tough ones given that some of the best minds in OHV across the Nation haven't found the "silver bullet" yet that I am aware of.

I don't believe we have ever been reimbursed any monies taken in the past and are owed nearly two million dollars from past raids, but I'd love to stand corrected and/or hear ways that these two items might be accomplished.
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A couple of things about this campaign are starting to bug me, one thing this if Dahpne really wants her job back where is she?
Fair question; simple answer: straight-up lobbying for the job would nuke any chances of re-appointment. This is a delicate balance; she can't question the governor's judgement and then ask him tto use that judgment to re-appoint. Jerry is not going to say, "my bad" and reverse himself -- but if she's the best candidate in the pool for new appointments, he has a built-in credibility shelter that she was part of a general house-cleaning, and was then hired back on her merits.

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You have four separate issues going on at the OHMVR.
- Who is going to lead as deputy director
- Vacancies in the commissioner potions and who they are appointing.
- Stopping the state from bleeding the fund dry
- Getting back the money taken.
I like that list and the order of it, Jeff.

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Some OHV people including at least one CORVA past President are not supporting this campaign why, because too much money went unspent on her watch and she needs to be held accountable for that loss, take responsibility for herself for once and explain what's going to change if she does come back.
I've heard this argument, and attended enough of the meetings to understand how hollow the 'unspent monies' rings -- unless she was really expected to spend dollars on property that would have required 10:1 mitigation. I'd *LOVE* to see more SVRAs, but that's proven damn hard to accomplish, and I can say for certain that it ain't for lack of trying.

I'm hearing a remarked lack of other options -- what other names should be considered for the Deputy Director slot? Slagging one candidate is pretty silly without having an alternative in mind, preferably one with equivalent or better credentials/experience. That's a pretty short list of candidates, to my mind.

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You are right on the mark here Jeff.

I'd add one more.

Finding places so that the acquisition money taken (borrowed) to be spent.

I have provided and did some initial ground work on an excellent concept in So. Cal. that could be the biggest shot in the arm for OHV in many a year.

Ms. Greene's staff did nothing to move on this over a year ago.

But I do believe this opportunity still exists and deserves some leadership discussion to present a united front and get moving on this.
Totally agree, that we should be on the offense in regards to acquisitions.
BUT, I think its a really hard sell when the Parks department is poorly managed and cries that it needs to close parks. Really hard sell, when the state is such a mess. Granted that's not the OHV communities fault, as our program is solvent. Best defense is Offense some times.
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I'm hearing a remarked lack of other options -- what other names should be considered for the Deputy Director slot? Slagging one candidate is pretty silly without having an alternative in mind, preferably one with equivalent or better credentials/experience. That's a pretty short list of candidates, to my mind.

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Excellent question and the answer is out there, but it's a delicate dance, and the dancers will not be revealed until the clock strikes midnight.

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Excellent question and the answer is out there, but it's a delicate dance, and the dancers will not be revealed until the clock strikes midnight.

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DUCK has someone in mind but still has yet to drop a name, well I say the 11th hour and 59th minute is close enough, so DUCK how about it....
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DUCK has someone in mind but still has yet to drop a name, well I say the 11th hour and 59th minute is close enough, so DUCK how about it....
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Hmmm . . . .
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