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Woodland council considers motocross for old Dubach Park

There are 29 comments on the Daily Democrat story from Nov 16, 2010, titled Woodland council considers motocross for old Dubach Park. In it, Daily Democrat reports that:

Motocross races could be rolling into northern Woodland. Tonight, the Woodland City Council is scheduled to consider a temporary lease agreement with Donald Steinke for access to the former Dubach Park in what could be a step toward a full motocross course.

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Wondering

Orangevale, CA

#22 Nov 18, 2010
Is this Donald Steinke the father of Gared Steinke, well-known motocross racer?

Is he also the owner of a tree-trimming business?

Just trying to figure out if they are the same man.

“Stop shouting.”

Since: Jul 10

Woodland, CA

#23 Nov 18, 2010
”Build it and they will come.“ Sometimes we have to have a little faith good things will happen.
smiley

Lodi, CA

#24 Nov 18, 2010
Intheloop wrote:
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Great post: I would also love to support it, the freeway does not cause too much noise, Pirmi does at times, but it is livable. I would be very concerned with the noise but it does sound like it could be a non issue. Our community could use a boost and I would be excited to see something happen as well. I will let my concerns be known publicly so as to ensure this issue is addressed and my property rights are protected.
Thank you for understanding my position, I totally understand where you are coming from I live right next to the Old Highschool and can hear the announcer on friday nights, and sometime Saturday morning...

But I like to think of that as good noise, it is the community supporting something that is dear to us all... our children, family and friends.

I hope that the noise issue is looked into for all of the nearby neighbors to have their concerns heard, I dont want them to be bull rushed in the name of revenue, but I honestly think they would not hear any additional noise.

I would even be willing to bring my bike out to the sight, and make some noise and see if it is noticible..

Since: May 10

West Sacramento, CA

#25 Nov 18, 2010
smiley wrote:
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Thank you for understanding my position, I totally understand where you are coming from I live right next to the Old Highschool and can hear the announcer on friday nights, and sometime Saturday morning...
But I like to think of that as good noise, it is the community supporting something that is dear to us all... our children, family and friends.
I hope that the noise issue is looked into for all of the nearby neighbors to have their concerns heard, I dont want them to be bull rushed in the name of revenue, but I honestly think they would not hear any additional noise.
I would even be willing to bring my bike out to the sight, and make some noise and see if it is noticible..
Yeah a practice sample would be great. I also hear the Football games and I too take it in stride with community pride. But that is usually one day a week for a couple of hours. I would hate for it to be so loud and constant that it would affect the resale value on my home or make it hard to enjoy my peace and quiet. A couple of hours at a time or just an occasional problem is doable as it is a great asset to this community. Quite exciting actually.
Yeah yeah

Woodland, CA

#26 Dec 31, 2010
If this city doesn't approve ths, what will they? People are leaving the city because of poor political decisions and I mean poor. It doesn't take rock scientist to figure out that woodland is a craphole and something needs to change in order for things to come in.

To sum it up a quote from the mayor
"Woodland was here a hundred years ago and it will be here in another hundred years"

Doesn't give a crap it is what it is attitude.
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Escalon, CA

#27 Dec 31, 2010
Where did Donny get the money. This will not be cheap.
proud repub

United States

#28 Jan 3, 2011
He won the lottery, yeah but the price tag our local goverment will put on it will make it impossible, they released the new master fees list
and every thing is up, wont someone tell them about the state of the economy, also what a great time to start the climate change stuff(global warming)just too many Democrats in Woodland, if they dont make it attainable, vote the bums out, and dont worry about where Don got the money.
Donny has money

Escalon, CA

#29 Jan 4, 2011
I ask again, where is Donny getting the money? He doesn't have enough to foot this.
My first post was removed with the same question. How does this question violate topic rules??
D stacks

United States

#30 Apr 6, 2012
It's a great idea I support it 100 %

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