New York Coalition for Recreational Fishing
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New York Coalition for Recreational Fishing

The New York Coalition for Recreational Fisherman began as a grass roots organization comprised of local recreational anglers. It was back in the spring of 2005 when many of these anglers first learned of a new bill in the New York State Assembly and the New York State Senate that would control motor vehicle access to all New York State beaches and would restrict this access under the guise of coastal erosion control. This piece of legislation (A9165) was introduced to the Assembly by NYS Assemblyman Richard Brodsky, a Democrat from Westchester County. It soon became known as the

The New York Coalition for Recreational Fisherman began as a grass roots organization comprised of local recreational anglers. It was back in the spring of 2005 when many of these anglers first learned of a new bill in the New York State Assembly and the New York State Senate that would control motor vehicle access to all New York State beaches and would restrict this access under the guise of coastal erosion control. This piece of legislation (A9165) was introduced to the Assembly by NYS Assemblyman Richard Brodsky, a Democrat from Westchester County. It soon became known as the

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