The POA Board’s discussion about the north ski area during the August 4 Board of Directors meeting validated that the current rules governing the use of the north ski area need to be reviewed and updated to reflect the current use for multiple water sports.
The board recognizes that priority needs to be given to the use of the slalom course and the needs of the competition skiers for which the area was originally developed; however, these areas are also used for wakeboarding, wakesurfing, Show Cal Skiers practice sessions, kayaking, swimming, and fishing.
Board President Chris Poland will appoint and lead a task force of community members to develop and recommend a set of rules regulating the use of this area. The task force will be comprised of representatives of the Ski Club, Wakeboard Club, ShowCal Skiers, Bassmasters Club, and a number of community members-at-large who represent the various users of the north ski area who are not club members.
The appointed task force will represent a balance of the users from the community and use a secret balloting process to determine the final recommendation that will go to the board. One received and accepted, the board will post for a 28-day reading and subsequent approval.
Community members interested in being a part of the task force should email Chris Poland at [email protected]
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