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Old October 27th, 2008, 07:34 PM   #1
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Hi Guys I am compiling a list of the Current counties listed as Open, or passed to open.

Missaukee

Off road vehicles will now be allowed on some county roads leaving townships to decide which roads.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 12:55 p.m.


The new ordinance was approved Tuesday but won't take effect for another 30 days. It will allow ORV's to travel on the sides of designated country roads. Next summer individual townships will be able to evaluate the ordinance and close roads to ORV's if they choose. The county road commission can also close up to 30-percent of the roads for environmental or public safety reasons.

http://www.tv7-4.com/uploadedfiles/W...%20Revised.pdf



Clare just voted to go open. no details yet


Roscommon approved 24 miles of routes to access in the county.


People in Roscommon County will soon be able to drive off road vehicles on some county roads.
Friday, October 10, 2008 at 4:29 p.m.


This week--the Roscommon County Commissioners voted to allow the new ordinance. Under the rules, year round ORV traffic will be allowed on a total of 24 miles of county roads that link trails together. The new rules take effect November 15th. The county commission says if the ordinance creates problems the issue will be re-visited and tweaked if needed.




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Ogemaw county is open from what I have been told. I am searching for the new ordinance.
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Ogemaw county is open from what I have been told. I am searching for the new ordinance.
I've been in Ogemaw quite a bit and my understanding is it's allowed. Every time we're up there we see bikes / quads riding along the sides of the roads.
To what extent, I don't know because we are typically riding on some tracks. OSTC has a great kids track, thats the main reason we head there aside from its close.
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e-mail me at haynez2@aol.com with your phone number please. I have to talk to you about that safety class you told me about at a Dealership from the Sherrif BEFORE I attend this Wednesdays ORV Board meeting.

The DNR are crying now that they dont have enough $$ in the ORV safety education fund, but yet, have NO PROBLEM giving it away to untrained LEO's that know little/nothing about ORV safety in the first place.

I want to have all my ducks in a row before I address the board.
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I just saw this Bill, I sent you an Email.
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P.A. 240 Actions

November 8, 2008
Michigan Motorized Recreation Council
For immediate release & posting

Current action by counties regarding PA 240 permitting ORV’s to operate on roadways.

Passed Ogemaw 9-11-08
Delta 9-24-08
Roscommon 10-08-08
Mackinac 10-09-08
Chippewa 10-13-08
Missaukee 10-14-08
Arenac 10-14-08
Clare 10-15-08
Schoolcraft 10-21-08
Ontonagon 10-21-08
Houghton 10-21-08
Gogebic 10-22-08
Dickinson 10-27-08
Alpena 10-28-08
Osceola 11-04-08

It is the users responsibility to know date of implementation, roads open to ORV travel, ORV speed limits. GET LOCAL INFORMATION BEFORE RIDING!

Final voteLuce 11-13-08 Hearing & vote 6:45
Wexford tba
Oscoda 11-25-08

Hearing Marquette 11-12-08 6:00 pm
Manistee 11-18-08 10:00 am
Crawford 11-19-08 10:00 am
Kalkaska 12-05-08 7:00 pm
Keweenaw 12-17-06 6:00 pm
Iosco 1-07-09 9:30 am

Check with the county clerk for exact date, time and location.

If you live, own property or recreate in any of the above counties, we urge you, as an ORV user to become involved by participating in a public hearing or sending a letter of support to the county commission, urging them to adopt PA 240. Addresses are available on the net @ micounties.org

Additions or corrections to the above list are welcome.





Michigan Motorized Recreation Council public releases are the result of round table discussions by the leaders of major ORV organizations in Michigan, representing over 20,000 members. For additional information, contact Dick Ranney, Coordinator @ 989-469-2405.

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P.A. 240 Actions

Janurary 9, 2009
Michigan Motorized Recreation Council
For immediate release & posting

Current action by counties regarding PA 240 permitting ORV’s to operate on roadways.

Passed Ogemaw 9-11-08
Delta 9-24-08
Roscommon 10-08-08
Mackinac 10-09-08
Chippewa 10-13-08
Missaukee 10-14-08
Arenac 10-14-08
Clare 10-15-08
Schoolcraft 10-21-08
Ontonagon 10-21-08
Houghton 10-21-08
Gogebic 10-22-08
Dickinson 10-27-08
Alpena 10-28-08
Osceola 11-04-08
Luce 11-13-08
Marquette 11-18-08
Iron 12-23-08
Iosco 1-07-09

It is the users responsibility to know date of implementation, roads open to ORV travel, ORV speed limits. GET LOCAL INFORMATION BEFORE RIDING!

Final vote Wexford tba
Oscoda tba
Manistee tba
Crawford tba
Baraga tba
Kalkaska tba
Keweenaw tba

Hearing Montmorency 1-22 10:00 a.m. 11445 M-32

Check with the county clerk for exact date, time and location.

If you live, own property or recreate in any of the above counties, we urge you, as an ORV user to become involved by participating in a public hearing or sending a letter of support to the county commission, urging them to adopt PA 240. Addresses are available on the net @ micounties.org

Additions or corrections to the above list are welcome.



Michigan Motorized Recreation Council public releases are the result of round table discussions by the leaders of major ORV organizations in Michigan, representing over 20,000 members. For additional information, contact Dick Ranney, Coordinator @ 989-469-2405.
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February 11, 2009

Michigan Motorized Recreation Council

For immediate release & posting



Current action by counties regarding PA 240 permitting ORV’s to operate on roadways.



Passed Ogemaw 9-11-08

Delta 9-24-08

Roscommon 10-08-08

Mackinac 10-09-08

Chippewa 10-13-08

Missaukee 10-14-08

Arenac 10-14-08

Clare 10-15-08

Schoolcraft 10-21-08

Ontonagon 10-21-08

Houghton 10-21-08

Gogebic 10-22-08

Dickinson 10-27-08

Alpena 10-28-08

Osceola 11-04-08

Luce 11-13-08

Marquette 11-18-08

Iron 12-23-08

Iosco 1-07-09

Presque Isle 1-09-09

Kalkaska 2-10-09 affective 4-1-09



It is the users responsibility to know date of implementation, roads open to ORV travel, ORV speed limits. GET LOCAL INFORMATION BEFORE RIDING!



Final vote Wexford tba

Oscoda tba

Manistee tba

Crawford tba

Baraga February Commission meeting

Keweenaw tba

Lake February Commission meeting

Montmorency tba

Cheboygan tba



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so any info on lake county or manistee? pass or no?
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so any info on lake county or manistee? pass or no?

As soon as I ge that info I will post it.
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For some Gladwin County info see the thread below.

http://www.greatlakes4x4.com/showthread.php?t=124540
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STATE OF MICHIGAN
COUNTY OF ARENAC
ORV ORDINANCE

ORDINANCE No. 2008-02
Revised 10-28-08

An ordinance adopted for the purpose of authorizing and regulating the operation of Off Road Vehicles (ORVs) on roads in Arenac County, for the purpose of providing penalties for the violation thereof, and for the distribution of public funds resulting from those penalties pursuant to 2008 PA 240, MCL 324.81131.

THE COUNTY OF ARENAC ORDAINS:


Sec. 1 As used in this ordinance, the following definitions shall apply:

a) "County" means the County of Arenac.

b) "Driver license" means an operator's or chauffeur's license or permit issued to
an individual by the secretary of state under chapter III of the Michigan vehicle
code, 1949 PA 300, MCL 257.301 to 257.329, for that individual to operate a
vehicle, whether or not conditions are attached to the license or permit.

c) "Operate" means to ride in or on, and be in actual physical control of the
operation of an ORV.

d) "Operator" means a person who operates or is in actual physical control of the
operation of an ORV.

e) "ORV" means a motor driven off road recreation vehicle capable of cross-
country travel without benefit of a road or trail, on or immediately over land,
snow, ice, marsh,swampland, or other natural terrain. ORV or vehicle includes,
but is not limited to, a multitrack or multiwheel drive vehicle, an ATV, a
motorcycle or related 2-wheel, 3-wheel, or 4-wheel vehicle, an amphibious
machine, a ground effect air cushion vehicle, or other means of transportation
deriving motive power from a source other than muscle or wind. ORV or vehicle, does not include a registered snowmobile, a farm vehicle being used for farming, a vehicle used for military, fire, emergency, or law enforcement purposes, a vehicle owned and operated by a utility company or an oil or gas company when performing maintenance on its facilities or on property over which it has an easement, a construction or logging vehicle used in performance of its common function, or a registered aircraft.


f) "Road" means a county primary road or county local road as described in
section 5 of 1951 PA 51, MCL 247.655.

g) "Road Commission" means the Board of County Road Commissioners for the
County of Arenac.

h) "Safety certificate” means a certificate issued pursuant to 1994 PA 451 as
amended, MCL 324. 81129, or a comparable ORV safety certificate issued
under the authority of another state or a province of Canada."

i) "Township" means an individual township within the County of Arenac.

j) "Township Board" means a board of trustees of any township within the
County of Arenac.

k) "Visual supervision" means the direct observation of the operator with the
unaided or normally corrected eye, where the observer is able to come to the
immediate aid of the operator.


Sec. 2 An ORV may be operated on the far right of the maintained portion of a road within the county.

Sec. 3 A township board of a township in the county may adopt an ordinance to close any roads within the boundaries of the township to the operation of ORVs permitted by the county. Beginning July 17, 2009, the township board of a township in the county may adopt an ordinance authorizing the operation of ORVs: on the maintained portion of 1 or more roads located within the township,” pursuant to MCL 324.81131 (3).

Sec. 4 The county road commission may close no more than 30% of the total linear miles of roads in the county to protect the environment or if the operation of ORVs pose a particular and demonstrable threat to public safety.

Sec. 5 An ORV may not be operated on the road surface, roadway, shoulder or right-of-way of any state or federal highway in the county.

Sec. 6 Except as set forth herein or otherwise provided by law, an ORV meeting all of the following conditions may be operated on a road or street in the county:

a) at a speed of no more than 25 miles per hour or a lower posted ORV speed
limit.
b) by a person not less than 12 years of age.
c) with the flow of traffic.
d) in a manner which does not interfere with traffic on the road or street.
e) traveling single file except when overtaking and passing another ORV.
f) when visibility is not substantially reduced due to weather conditions unless
displaying a lighted headlight and lighted taillight.
g) 1/2 hour before sunrise until 1/2 after sunset unless displaying a lighted
headlight and lighted taillight.
h) while displaying a lighted headlight and lighted taillight at all hours beginning
January 1, 2010.
i) while the operator and each passenger is wearing a crash helmet and protective
eyewear approved by the United States department of transportation unless the
vehicle is equipped with a roof that meets or exceeds standards for a crash
helmet and the operator and each passenger is wearing a properly adjusted and
fastened seat belt.
j) with a throttle so designed that when the pressure used to advance the throttle
is removed, the engine speed will immediately and automatically return to idle.
k) while the ORV is equipped with a spark arrester type United States forest
service approved muffler in good working order and in constant operation.
l) pursuant to noise emission standards defined by law.

Sec. 7 A child less than 16 years of age shall not operate an ORV on a road in the county unless the child is under the direct visual supervision of an adult and the child has in his or her immediate possession a Michigan issued ORV safety certificate or a comparable ORV safety certificate issued under the authority of another state or a province of Canada.

Sec. 8 Unless a person possesses a valid drivers license, a person shall not operate an ORV on a road or street in the county if the ORV is registered as a motor vehicle and is either more than 60 inches wide or has three wheels.

Sec. 9 Any person who violates this ordinance is guilty of a civil infraction and may be ordered to pay a civil fine of not more than $500.00.

Sec. 10 A court may order a person who causes damage to the environment, a road or other property as a result of the operation of an ORV to pay full restitution for that damage above and beyond the penalties paid for civil fines.


Sec. 11 The County Treasurer shall deposit all fines and damages collected under this ordinance into a fund to be designated as the ORV Fund. The County Board of Commissioners shall appropriate revenue in the ORV Fund as follows:

a) Fifty percent to the County Road Commission for repairing damage to roads and the environment that may have been caused by ORVs, and for posting signs
indicating ORV speed limits, or indicating whether roads are open or closed to
the operation of ORVs.

b) Fifty percent to the County Sheriff for ORV enforcement and training.

Sec. 12 This ordinance becomes effective October 15th, 2008.


This Ordinance is adopted by action of the Arenac County Board of Commissioners this 14th day of October, 2008. Motion to revise 10-28-08.



Roll Call Vote: Daniels yes Stressman yes Sancimino yes Branda yes Danjin no
Yeas 4 Nays 1 Absent 0



_________________________________
Raymond Daniels, Chairman
Arenac Board of Commissioners

Certification

I, Ricky R. Rockwell, Clerk for the County of Arenac, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of a Resolution adopted by the Arenac County Board of Commissioners of the County of Arenac, Michigan, on October 28, 2008 as appears of record in my office.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said County at Standish, Michigan this 28th day of October, A.D., 2008.



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Arenac County Clerk






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I'll bet Bill O'neal is pissed!

he's the snake at the DNR in Gladwin who was keeping the north loop closed by showing pics of other systems that were flooded and damaged in his area and claiming they were something else. R.J from CCC called him out and he just pedaled some other crap about a $100,000 bunker project to cross a 12" stream.

I'd bet he will have plenty of entrapment set ups ready for his jurisdiction so becareful where you travel.
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Roscommon approved 24 miles of routes to access in the county.


People in Roscommon County will soon be able to drive off road vehicles on some county roads.
Friday, October 10, 2008 at 4:29 p.m.


This week--the Roscommon County Commissioners voted to allow the new ordinance. Under the rules, year round ORV traffic will be allowed on a total of 24 miles of county roads that link trails together. The new rules take effect November 15th. The county commission says if the ordinance creates problems the issue will be re-visited and tweaked if needed.


What are the 24 miles of roadways, ATV/ORV are able to use?
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This is the most recent mailing I have.
No mention of Alcona yet though.






P.A. 240 Actions


March 10, 2009
Michigan Motorized Recreation Council
For immediate release & posting

Current action by counties regarding PA 240 permitting ORV’s to operate on roadways.

Passed Ogemaw 9-11-08
Delta 9-24-08
Roscommon 10-08-08
Mackinac 10-09-08
Chippewa 10-13-08
Missaukee 10-14-08
Arenac 10-14-08
Clare 10-15-08
Schoolcraft 10-21-08
Ontonagon 10-21-08
Houghton 10-21-08
Gogebic 10-22-08
Dickinson 10-27-08
Alpena 10-28-08
Osceola 11-04-08
Luce 11-13-08
Marquette 11-18-08
Iron 12-23-08
Iosco 1-07-09
Presque Isle 1-09-09
Kalkaska 2-10-09 affective 4-1-09
#22 Gladwin 3-10-09

It is the users responsibility to know date of implementation, roads open to ORV travel, ORV speed limits. GET LOCAL INFORMATION BEFORE RIDING!

Final vote Wexford tba
Oscoda tba
Manistee tba
Crawford tba
Baraga March Commission meeting
Keweenaw tba
Lake May Commission meeting
Montmorency tba


Check with the county clerk for exact date, time and location of Commission meeting.

If you live, own property or recreate in any of the above counties, we urge you, as an ORV user to become involved by participating in a public hearing or sending a letter of support to the county commission, urging them to adopt PA 240. Addresses are available at www.micounties.org

Additions or corrections to the above list are welcome.

Michigan Motorized Recreation Council public releases are the result of round table discussions by the leaders of major ORV organizations in Michigan, representing over 20,000 members. For additional information, contact Dick Ranney, Coordinator @ 989-469-2405.
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Waiting to see what happens in Clare Co. this summer. Sub devisions will be a mess with this. Many already that bump against state land have issues with orv's speeding down the roads. Now there will be even more with it legal. I bet the better half will do the speed limit but the other half will screw it for the rest. I like the Idea but I feel it will become a safety prob. soon. Opening route to trails , gas and stores from trails makes more since than 95% of all roads in the county. I know of a few guys already planning on riding to work and using their bikes as a second form of transportation Please obey the rules and laws and encourage others to do the same.
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im just tryin to figure out how to tow my explorer with my dirtbike. thats bad my frickin dirtbikes more road legal than my damn truck. but i love it. maybe ill get bored and ride to the park this summer.
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