The Public Affairs Committee (PAC) promotes 4CBCH mission-driven issues as they relate to federal, state, and local governments, other interest groups and the public. Their strategy is to:
The committee chair and members responsibilities are:
Anne Rapp has accepted the position of Public Affairs Coordinator for 2013. In that capacity she will be reporting on the ongoing developments in issues that the chapter has been following and new areas of concern as they arise. Currently, Art and Pat Berg have their attention on the Purgatory Flats Trailhead, Lisa Cribbs and Bob Volger are monitoring the Logchutes downhill mountain bike proposal, Sherry Libby and Jane Robinson are following the Lake Nighthorse saga, and Jane Robinson is gathering more information about the Hermosa Creek Wilderness Bill and the Hermosa Area Travel Management Plan.
If YOU discover an area that you feel threatens historic equestrian access, a redesigned trailhead, signage designating limited horse access, or if your favorite trail seems to be less equestrian-friendly than it once was, contact Anne Rapp or Bob Volger.