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Letter to the Editor: Changes to Ordinance No. 7

Here is presented proposal to the Board of Trustees regarding Ordinance #7, last revised March 25, 1998:

*Article 11 Item 22

Remove: The District can sell additional Recreation Punch Cards to eligible parcel owners or assignees for their personal use as provided in Article V111, Item 60

*Article 111 Item 30

Should read as follows: “Available Privileges: Every eligible parcel may receive any combination of up to five (5) Recreation Passes or Recreation Punch Cards. An additional five (5) Punch Cards per parcel may be purchased for a fee of 1/5th of the recreational fee, with a maximum of ten (10) Recreation Passes an/or Punch Cards per parcel.”

*Article 111 Item 68

Should read as follows: “Other Issuance: The District has the right to issue recreation privileges to employees and present and past Board Members as approved by the Board of Trustees.”

*Article 111 Item 69

Should be removed entirely.

I believe if these revisions are adopted into Ordinance No. 7, the parcel owners will be satisfied that there will not be unlimited usage of our recreation facilities.

Jane Bekowich

Incline Village

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