Extractions: New York City Issues Preliminary Report on Recreational Use of Water Supply Lands The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) recently submitted a report entitled "Preliminary Recreational Use Review" to the Watershed Protection and Partnership Council, DEP Commissioner Joel A. Miele Sr., P.E., announced today. The report was developed in accordance with the New York City Watershed Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), which calls for the City "to undertake both preliminary and comprehensive reviews of existing and potential recreational uses on currently owned City property." "This preliminary report is the most comprehensive study ever undertaken on recreational use of New York City's watershed lands," said Commissioner Miele, "and it represents the culmination of a tremendous amount of cooperative work by DEP staff and many interested organizations and individuals. It makes available for the first time a wide-ranging review of the City's holdings, which serve to provide some of the highest quality water in the world while accommodating exceptional recreational opportunities for the public." The report includes an extensive overview of the historical and existing recreational uses of City water supply lands in the Catskill and Delaware Watersheds, both east and west of the Hudson River. Through DEP's existing permit and license system, fishing, and boating for the purpose of fishing have been allowed historically on all lakes and reservoirs already in the water supply system and hunting is approved on sections of currently-owned lands around the Cannonsville Reservoir. Other activities, such as walking, bird watching, and roller-blading, are allowed in smaller designated areas and will continue under the preliminary decisions outlined in the report.
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Extractions: This Hilton Head villa is the premier place to stay in South Forest Beach, in the heart of Hilton Head Island. Situated between Coligny Plaza and Harbortown, it's central to all of the island's entertainment, dining, shopping, golf, tennis, and other recreational activities. You won't have to drive everywhere you go when you stay here. The recreational path passes right in front of the villa, providing you with trails for biking, roller-blading, jogging, and walking. Lagoons, alligators, and island foliage provide scenic picturesque settings throughout the area. And don't forget to take advantage of Hilton Head's most prized possession, the beach. You will be pleasantly surprised by how nicely appointed this very affordable villa is. Enter into this two-story, newly decorated villa to find a new tile floor in the living and dining rooms and newer carpeting upstairs. Relax in the living room on a queen-size, floral sleeper-sofa. The living room also has a TV/VCR, two wicker chairs, and access to the patio, courtyard, and swimming pool through sliding glass doors.
Kellogg's Kids Health & Fitness the different routes for walking, roller blading, skating and cycling. Include alsoon the map the parklands and other neighbourhood recreational places and http://www.kidshealthandfitness.org.au/lessonideas/everyday/everyday_ga.asp
Extractions: This learning activity helps students learn about the important role that food, fluids and being hydrated play in being active everyday. It also gives students the opportunity to investigate their local neighbourhood and design new recreational trails that they can use during and after school. Background
Rules & Regulations courts operated by the Lisle Park District are off limits to roller blading andin also has an expansive path system in Community Park for recreational users. http://www.lisleparkdistrict.org/parkrules.htm
Extractions: Insurance Information ... Misc. Info Park Rules Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Alcohol is prohibited. Open dawn until dusk. Roller blading on tennis or basketball courts is prohibited Dispose of trash properly in containers provided. Pick up after animals. Swimming or boating in ponds is prohibited. Dumpers will be prosecuted. Amenities are available on a first come, first serve basis unless a permit is issued. Top of Page Code of Conduct To ensure an enjoyable and safe program for all participants, the Lisle Park District has developed a behavior code. Participants shall: Behave respectfully to all participants and staff. Refrain from using foul language. Refrain from causing bodily harm. Treat all equipment, supplies, and facilities respectfully. Additional rules are developed for specific programs, as deemed necessary by the staff. The behavior required of participants and stated in the policy listed above applies to all parents, friends, relatives or others accompanying the participants to any Lisle Park District program.
ORDINANCE NO. 99-1011 or for recreational use. 9.30.020 Approved protective helmet required. A. Any personone year of age or older bicycling, skateboarding, roller blading, roller http://www.seatac.wa.gov/mcode/ordinances/99-1011.htm
Extractions: ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE of the City Council of the City of SeaTac, Washington adding a new Chapter 9.30 to the SeaTac Municipal Code, requiring use of bicycle helmets and prescribing penalties. WHEREAS, it is the intent of the City Council to enact laws and regulations that protect and preserve the health and welfare of the general public; and WHEREAS, the City supports and encourages bicycling as a safe, clean, and healthy mode of transportation and recreation; and WHEREAS, the City seeks to minimize injuries involving bicyclists by providing information about the need for bicycle helmets, methods of bicycle safety, and existing bicycle safety programs through the Citys Police and Fire Departments; and WHEREAS, head injuries are a major cause of death or disability associated with the operation of a bicycle, skateboard, roller blades or roller skates on public rights-of-way; and WHEREAS, the City Council believes that persons operating bicycles, skateboards, roller blades or roller skates on public rights-of-way and publicly-owned facilities open to the public within the City should be required to use helmets to deter potential injuries; and WHEREAS
No Skateboarding Or Roller Blading On Downtown Streets Skateboarding and roller skating or blading are not Perhaps as we start taking a closerlook at the community s recreational shortcomings, a skateboard http://www.paynesvillearea.com/news/opinionarticles/mayorarchives/MayorsComments
Extractions: Mayor's Comments By Jeff Thompson Since we got the u-turn issue taken care of (I only see one or two a week now as opposed to one or two a day before the ordinance was enacted), perhaps I can address a few more traffic safety concerns. These are already ordinances, but worth mentioning now that spring is here. Skateboarding and roller skating or blading are not permitted in the downtown area. Period. Not on the streets. Not on the sidewalks. Not in any parking lots. Perhaps as we start taking a closer look at the community's recreational shortcomings, a skateboard park could be considered. That type of a facility could possibly be part of a swimming pool park complex. I could be persuaded to pursue that farther. Bicycle riders must yield the right of way to any pedestrian on any sidewalk. Ordinance also requires that a bicycle rider give some type of audible signal to any pedestrian that he or she is passing or overtaking on a sidewalk. The same audible signal law applies to skateboarders and rollerbladers when doing so on a sidewalk other than downtown. See above. And, most importantly, it is unlawful for any person operating a bicycle to carry any package, bundle, or article which prevents the driver from keeping at least one hand upon the handlebars. Well, duh...!
Extractions: Caronport athletic facilities include a double-sized gymnasium, fitness centre, climbing wall, ice arena, tennis courts, and a large sports field area Students are encouraged to maintain a healthy lifestyle by participating in recreational activities. There are several opportunities throughout the school year to join intramural teams in the most popular sports. Music INDOOR ACTIVITIES: OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES: Bowling Air show Centre of the Arts (musicals) Amusement Park Coffee Shops Batting Cages Globe Theatre (plays) Canoeing/Kayaking Hockey Games CFL Football Games Youth Centre Fishing Laser tag Go-kart Racing Libraries Golfing Mineral Spa Horseback Riding Movies Hunting Regina Symphony Orchestra Mini-golf Restaurants Mountain Biking at Buffalo Pound Shopping Paintball/Airsoft Swimming Pool Rodeo Wall Climbing Roller Blading Waterslides Skateboard Park Skiing/Snowboarding Camping Walking/Biking Trails
RECREATIONAL TRAILS Trail is the ideal place for walking, running, bicycling, roller blading and horseback restoredparlor car, and mail car for different recreational events. http://www.jamesdeancountry.com/rivwk.html
Extractions: Open year-round; enjoy biking, hiking, or jogging along Grant County's 7.5 mile portion of the Cardinal Greenway rail-trail project. Major trailheads with parking are located in Marion behind Westwood Square on Miller Avenue between 2nd and 6th Streets, at Hogin Park at Valley Avenue and 14th Street, and in Jonesboro/Gas City at the intersection of SR 22/35 and Water Street, just east of SR 15. No motorized vehicles allowed on trail.
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Recreational Sites 2 acres of recreational space including two ponds and a 6 x 25 This trail can beused for walking, jogging, rollerblading, bicycling and cross-country skiing. http://www.town.avon.ct.us/Public_Documents/0000FC78-80000001/000ACD8E-70E903AC
Extractions: Alsop Meadows is a largely undeveloped and unsupervised natural area consisting of 46.20 acre of woods and open meadows. Used for walking, hiking, jogging, cross-country skiing, canoeing (launch site available), and camping (with permission). Garden Plot Program is located here. Part of the Forestry Management Program. Open dawn to dusk year round. Access parking is between Nassau's Furniture Store and Apple Healthcare on Waterville Road (Rt. 10S) and East Main Street (Rt. 44). Countryside Park , located at 335 Huckleberry Hill Road, provides access to 13. 2 acres of recreational space including two ponds and a 6' x 25' building which is available with a full kitchen and fireplace for recreation classes and non-profit public meetings and functions and rental by private groups. The park is open from dawn to dusk year round. The building is available from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. year round. Fisher Meadows, located on Old Farms Road near the intersection of Tillotson Road and adjacent to the Farmington River, is made up of 233 acres consisting of a lake for fishing, undeveloped areas for walking, hiking, jogging, cross-country skiing and camping (with permission). Part of the Forestry Management Program. Four softball/baseball fields open 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. April 1 to November 15. Four all-purpose soccer fields open 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. April 1 to November 15; a double-sided soccer kick wall and a pavilion available April 1 - November 15.
Halton Outdoor Club roller blading was introduced during the 2003 Season and was well received. The HaltonOutdoor Club has expanded its outdoor recreational activities to include http://www.spectranet.ca/~outdoor/
Extractions: A registered non-profit volunteer driven organisation) 4138 Medland Drive, BURLINGTON, ONTARIO L7M 4Z8 TEL. 905-634-2012 Website created by: Al Hutchison, Lorraine Booker and Joe Lechner Webpage maintenance: Joe Lechner Bulletin Board ...Could be something urgent? About the club ...Formed in 1973... Why join? Our main activities are Club Members ....Who are they? Ski Trips .....Luxury buses take us ... Snowshoeing ...Come on a bus with us ... Roller Blading ...Come out and join us ... Bicycle Tours ....Where and when... Hiking ...You can hike near and far... Canoeing/Kayaking ...Ideal for novices and part time paddlers... Membership ...at reasonable rates I need more info ...How to contact us... Membership Application ...Click here to go to our on-line Registration Form. Trips and Events ...Click here to view year 2004 Spring Trips and Events Schedules. LINKS ...that could be of interest to you! The Club, a registered none-profit organization, was formed back in 1973 under its original name "The Halton Cross Country Ski Club" providing an opportunity for skiers to meet one another, to share experiences, and ski in small groups rather than alone. The club still caters to skiers, as well as to other oudoor sports enthusiasts of all abilities (novices to experienced). Our membership is comprised of families and individuals of all ages and abilities. The year "2000" brought fundamental changes inluding a "name change" . The Club is now called
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In-line Skating, Not Just A Fad from transportation to recreational use. One of these opportunities happens to beavailable at Chico State University. The new roller blading class met for the http://orion.csuchico.edu/Pages/vol39issue02/d.onlineskating.html
Extractions: Dimensions Editor Roller hockey, in-line fitness skating, speed skating and good old recreational skating have all become a part of some people's everyday lifestyles. For some it is even a form of transportation. So, what some may say is a fad, is actually here to stay. Opportunities to in-line skate are arising everywhere, from transportation to recreational use. One of these opportunities happens to be available at Chico State University. The new Roller Blading class met for the first time Friday where neither students nor teacher had any idea what to expect. Being a novice herself, Roller Blading teacher Gail Lipton asked that her students let her know what they want to get out of the class. "You guys are the pioneers as far as what we're going to do with the class," she said to the 30 enrolled students. And although the class met at the tennis courts Friday, Lipton is hoping the students have flexible schedules so they can meet at other places such as a bike path in Paradise.
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Extractions: Required Registration Form CAMPING Modern Campgrounds - 20, 30 and 50 amp electrical service; shower building, dump stations, water available, camp store, campground host. Includes 42 sites (27 electric), fees $10/night-non electric, $12/night electric. Tent Campground - 16 sites - completely wooded - walk-in only; picnic table and fire ring provided; water available; use of shower building in modern campgrounds (walking distance); fee $5/night. Group Campground - 6 primitive sites( no water available, pit toilets); organized groups only; no recreational vehicles (motor homes or trailers); pre-registration required; fee dependent on number of persons. Canoe Base Camp - site on bank of Vermilion River; picnic table and fire ring; advanced registration required; free.
Recreational Information Allegheny River Valley Trail A 5.6 mile recreational trail through Olean Municipalswimming pool, indoor ice skating rink, outdoor roller blading rink and http://www.oleanny.com/rec.html
Extractions: OHS Alumni Recreational Information The Olean area has something for everyone. Those opportunities include hiking through a vast network of trails located in Allegany State Park, camping at ten campgrounds, and fishing for brown, brook and rainbow trout in the many surrounding lakes, creeks and rivers.
New Page 4 recreational CCA (roller blading). 20/3 (Thur), recreational CCA (roller blading.31/3 (Mon), Sports Carnival Completed. Events Prize Presentation. http://pri.sngs.sch.edu.sg/curriculum/05ccapri/calendar_main.html