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thegreengrocer
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Re: Fire Island [Re: Anonymous]
      #1480629 - 02/15/13 10:09 AM (68.196.208.21)

I think it is realy the time for a nude resort on long Island...

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thegreengrocer
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Re: About being nude west of the old inlet cut [Re: thegreengrocer]
      #1480797 - 02/15/13 09:18 PM (68.196.208.21)

FROM Boesser-Koschmann, Lena TO You

Clothing Optional Recreation

From Boesser-Koschmann, Lena
To thegreengrocer

Hello,

I am writing in response to the question you posted on our website recently. We will be focusing our enforcement efforts with regards to state nudity laws only on the east side of the breach, from the breach to the Wilderness Visitor Center. We will not be proactively enforcing this law west of the breach, as long as you are at least one mile from Watch Hill. We will be monitoring all areas, however, for increased use and potential visitor use conflicts such as we have had on Lighthouse Beach in the past.

I hope this answers your question. Please contact me if you have any additional questions.

Thank you,
Lena B. Koschmann
Chief Ranger
Fire Island National Seashore
120 Laurel Street
Patchogue, NY 11772

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Edited by thegreengrocer (02/15/13 09:20 PM)


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thegreengrocer
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AANR response to me... [Re: thegreengrocer]
      #1480800 - 02/15/13 09:23 PM (68.196.208.21)

Hi,

I want to let you know that we are working on it, both at the National level and the AANR-East level. Our government affairs team is in the process of determining our options and working towards to assist in this dilemma.
What is most important right now is to let us do our work on the GAT level and then as soon as we are ready we will rally the troops so to speak. If you have people that you know that would be willing to advocate, please inform them that we will contact them as soon as we are ready.
I know how frustrating it is to have to wait for action, but if you know the government we must use caution and approach the National Parks service diplomatically to make any progress. Please stay in contact with me and I will continue to keep you informed. You may also contact Director Tom Brown of our Government Affairs Team at directortbrown@aanr-east.com
Thank you for contacting AANR-East and be assured that we are working on this issue.
Gloria Waryas
Director AANR-East

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Re: AANR response to me... [Re: thegreengrocer]
      #1480864 - 02/16/13 09:38 AM (71.42.28.180)

I wonder if The Naturist Society's Naturist Action Committee is working with AANR on this? Seems like if we ever needed a coordinated effort, this is the time.

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thegreengrocer
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Re: AANR response to me... [Re: ChuckG]
      #1481004 - 02/16/13 05:07 PM (68.196.208.21)

I also have a response from The Naturist Society's and they are working on this too
Lets hope for the best...

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Pan
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Re: About being nude west of the old inlet cut [Re: thegreengrocer]
      #1481505 - 02/18/13 11:55 AM (68.63.175.178)

Quote:

We will be focusing our enforcement efforts with regards to state nudity laws only on the east side of the breach, from the breach to the Wilderness Visitor Center. We will not be proactively enforcing this law west of the breach, as long as you are at least one mile from Watch Hill.




Where is the "breach"?
When she says you need to be at least a mile from Watch Hill is that the area just east of Davis Park?

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Re: About being nude west of the old inlet cut [Re: Pan]
      #1481606 - 02/18/13 03:59 PM (173.2.34.145)

Yes, Watch Hill is about a half mile East of Davis Park. You can take a ferry there , but I believe the hours are a little shorter than D.P. Then hike for a mile, with a mile back before the last ferry. Ferries run later from D.P. so you can add another half mile. Better to hitch a ride on the grocer man's boat. Ferry ain't cheap either. D.P. was 17 each round trip last year.

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beachpeople
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Re: About being nude west of the old inlet cut [Re: Anonymous]
      #1481608 - 02/18/13 04:09 PM (173.2.34.145)

That was me. I didn't log in. The breach is way east of Watch Hill, right before the nude section at Smith's Point.For what it's worth, there is a nice restaurant at Watch Hill marina. The bottom line is by the time you park board, ride across, disembark, and hike a mile it must be about 90 minutes. Hour and a half commute to me, isn't worth it. If you do D.P. you can walk that half mile on the boardwalk, which would be faster, if you're dragging a cart.It's still a mile and a half if you want to stay later or get there earlier.

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Re: Fire Island [Re: thegreengrocer]
      #1481675 - 02/18/13 07:43 PM (68.193.126.83)

Check out Lighthouse Beach Times.com/Kotschmann Interview.Unless something changes, it looks like Puritanism is alive and well.

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Re: Fire Island [Re: Joecool]
      #1481708 - 02/18/13 09:07 PM (68.196.208.21)

The new inlet is right at the Old Inlet dock.
That is in the center of the Otis Pike Fire Island Wilderness center.
The dock had been completely ruin by Sandy
We will need to just pull up to the beach with the boat no hike require

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