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Rondonay
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Today, I received an invitation, as I suppose all toll payers did, to join the Navcom in the interests of allowing all the boating public a voice. It goes on to speak of 'interviews' to select a member from those offering to serve.

Six meetings a year.

Peter has resigned for very good reasons, as we know, so we are not unaware of what is going on, A new input is needed. Can we 'sponsor' a couple of members? These folk could go forward  with their own proven interest and commitment but with also a list of 'nominations' from 'us lot what live too far away'. I would happily write in and nominate any of these folk.

Gary? Griff? Mike? Nigel? Carol? Paul?


Apologies for double post but on reflection,I thought a new thread was appropriate.



Pauline

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I'd love to try and make a difference and enhance navigation BUT . . . .

1) I live 161 miles away (from Stalham anyway)

2) I'm probably too narrow minded and would only vote FOR:-  the waterways/rights of navigation/Local jobs/wildlife . . . . in that order

3) Am I really qualified?

4) I would probably end up like JM and be as frustrated as hell

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Snip:
1) I live 161 miles away (from Stalham anyway)

2) I'm probably too narrow minded and would only vote FOR:-  the waterways/rights of navigation/Local jobs/wildlife . . . . in that order

3) Am I really qualified?

4) I would probably end up like JM and be as frustrated as hell :Snip

1. I know you're not 'officially' a local, but sometimes it would be hard to prove it!

2. Sounds just right to me!

3. YES!!

4. Good point, but we probably need a 'relay team'! Actually two or more who understand boaters' needs and concerns, therefore are likely to be linked to this forum or one of the others.

Pauline

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Pauline,

Would love to BUT!!

I am one of the few who use the rivers but I am NOT a toll payer.

The boats I take to the rivers in, the tolls are paid but not by myself.

With Regard to Griff's points.

1. I live about 200 yards from the nearest river. This is probably too far for the BA's liking.

2. Yep, agree with that order, followed by anglers. Wakeboarders wouldnt get a look in on my list.

3. It would definitely broaden my qualifications.

4. JM wouldnt be as frustrated as I would be.

5. I would require a fully paid tax free vehicle that I could also use in my spare time and charge ALL fuel to the BA.

If, as a non toll payer, I am still allowed onto the NAVCOM I would consider it.


Gary.

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