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Old 11-15-2012, 11:46 PM
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From: Soliz, Dominga (RCO) [mailtoominga.Soliz@rco.wa.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 5:02 PM
To: Soliz, Dominga (RCO)
Subject: Recreation Internet Town Hall

The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) is revising
the state's strategic plan for outdoor recreation and we'd really like your
thoughts about what's important to include.

The state's outdoor recreation strategic plan, called the State
Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP), needs to be updated every 5
years to maintain our ability to receive federal funding from the Land and
Water Conservation Fund. RCO uses these federal dollars for grants to local
communities to build parks and trails, and conserve wildlife habitat.

The SCORP addresses the future recreation needs of our residents and helps
guide decisions about what projects to fund.

Your input is crucial to understanding what's important to include in the
plan. To make it easy to give us your opinions, we created the 'SCORP Town
Hall' Web site at (www.scorpwa.wordpress.com) where you can quickly share
your views.

Please help us spread the word and let your members know about this
opportunity through your distribution lists, newsletter, or Web site.
Everyone who is interested in recreation should have an opportunity to
participate.

Thanks for your help in planning for the future of outdoor recreation in
Washington!

If you have additional questions, contact:



* Mark Duda, Responsive Management's Executive Director

540-432-1888, mark@responsivemanagement.com

* Michael Fraidenburg, subcontractor to Responsive Management

360-867-1140, MikeF@CooperationCompany.com

* Dominga Soliz, RCO's project coordinator

360-725-3937, Dominga.Soliz@rco.wa.gov
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Old 11-20-2012, 05:28 PM
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I cant stress enough how important this survey is to get new or expanded areas for our sport. please take a few minutes to participate for your sport. Jim





Do we have enough parks, trails, and other recreation areas? Are they maintained well enough?

That’s the second set of questions the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) is asking people as it looks to revise the state’s strategic plan for outdoor recreation. We’d like your thoughts.



You can respond by visiting our Recreation Town Hall Web site at (www.scorpwa.wordpress.com) where you can quickly share your views.



Also, please tell your friends and help us spread the word.



The state’s outdoor recreation strategic plan, called the State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP), needs to be updated every 5 years to maintain our ability to receive federal funding from the Land and Water Conservation Fund. RCO uses these federal dollars for grants to local communities to build parks and trails, and conserve wildlife habitat. The SCORP addresses the future recreation needs of our residents and helps guide decisions about what projects to fund.



Your input is crucial to understanding what’s important to include in the plan.



Thanks for your help in planning for the future of outdoor recreation in Washington!



Dominga Soliz

Policy & Planning Specialist

Recreation and Conservation Office

(360) 725-3937
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Old 12-04-2012, 01:10 PM
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The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) is revising the state’s strategic plan for outdoor recreation and we’d really like your thoughts about what’s important to include.



The state’s outdoor recreation strategic plan, called the State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP), needs to be updated every 5 years to maintain our ability to receive federal funding from the Land and Water Conservation Fund. RCO uses these federal dollars for grants to local communities to build parks and trails, and conserve wildlife habitat.



The SCORP addresses the future recreation needs of our residents and helps guide decisions about what projects to fund.



Your input is crucial to understanding what’s important to include in the plan. To make it easy to give us your opinions, we created the ‘SCORP Town Hall’ Web site at (www.scorpwa.wordpress.com) where you can quickly share your views.



Please help us spread the word and let your members know about this opportunity through your distribution lists, newsletter, or Web site. Everyone who is interested in recreation should have an opportunity to participate.



Thanks for your help in planning for the future of outdoor recreation in Washington!



If you have additional questions, contact:



•Mark Duda, Responsive Management’s Executive Director

540-432-1888, mark@responsivemanagement.com

•Michael Fraidenburg, subcontractor to Responsive Management

360-867-1140, MikeF@CooperationCompany.com

•Dominga Soliz, RCO’s project coordinator

360-725-3937, Dominga.Soliz@rco.wa.gov
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