(CBS DETROIT) – People interested in helping to shape and support Michigan’s snowmobile program and trail opportunities are encouraged to apply for vacancies on Michigan’s Snowmobile Advisory Workgroup.
The Department of Natural Resources will accept resumes through Monday, Dec. 16, 2019.READ MORE: As Eviction Moratorium Expires, Thousands Of Metro-Detroiters Seek Help
The snowmobile program is managed by the DNR Parks and Recreation Division. This workgroup assists the Michigan Trails Advisory Council and the division in the creation, development, operation and maintenance of the state’s designated snowmobile trail program. Michigan is a national leader in rails-to-trails and maintains more than 6,200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails.
The vacant positions include:
- A member to serve as grant sponsor, in order to bring knowledge and expertise on funding, paperwork, brushing and signing, grooming and equipment related to trail development and maintenance.
- A member to represent Region 3 (southern Lower Peninsula) of the Michigan Snowmobile and ORV Association.
- An at-large member to represent the statewide interests of residents and visitors.
Appointments are for four-year terms, and members are expected to participate in four meetings each year. Meetings are hosted in different locations throughout the northern Lower Peninsula and the Upper Peninsula.READ MORE: U.K. Opens Travel To Vaccinated Americans
Resumes may be sent to:
Trails Section Administrative Assistant
DNR Parks and Recreation Division
525 W. Allegan St.
P.O. Box 30257
The DNR also will accept resumes by email at CentofantiA@Michigan.gov.
Learn more about snowmobiling permit information, safety tips, riding opportunities and more at Michigan.gov/Snowmobiling.MORE NEWS: Northbound I-75 Closed At I-696 In Madison Heights For Pavement Repairs
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