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REMINDER !!!!!NEXT CHAPTER MEETING

November 3, 2016 7:30 PM

Volume 101 Issue 11 November 2016

October meeting was cancelled due to Hurricane Matthew.No Secretary report. You will see all other reports in newsletter.

PRESIDENTS MESSAGE

Wow, talk about a crazy month... with all the damage from Hurricane Matthew I hope everyone came through it welland are recovering with the rest of us, I haven't heard any official report but from what I seen Biketoberfest wasway down in numbers but still a lot of fun for the little bit I got out. With our meeting being cancelled last month andnon of us were able to go to the State meeting I don't have much to report other than please be safe out there.There has been to many deaths lately from bikes getting run over. The good news is that the weather has cooled abit and we are coming into the dry season.. Looking forward to seeing everyone at our meeting this month...

Thank you,AlfyVice PresidentDaytona Beach Chapter ABATE of Florida, Inc

Wow! What a difference a month makes!

Since my last report..we've been through one of the strongest hurricanes on record. We had to cancel last months meeting be-cause it was on the eve of the storm and everyone was preparing for the worst. I'm happy to say I was pretty lucky comparedto the rest of my town of Flagler Beach with over a half dozen mature trees down and a few tons of debris scattered across 5acres but no damage to the house.

The state meeting and the state fall party was Saturday, the next day after the devastation. I talked to the state presidentand vice president and we were excused as a chapter without being penalized. As far as I know, the party went on as it wasfurther inland but I didn't here if it was a success or not. I'll try to find out before our next meeting and also see if I can get theminutes of the state meeting also so we know what's the latest and greatest.

The following week we had Biketoberfest. To be expected given the circumstances..there were hotels and restaurants/bars thatwere damaged and not open. I heard tne number of visitors were down also as to be expected. I was on Main Street and at theIron Horse and Beaver Bar to name a few and it was business as usual.

Next month we have the Christmas run to the Daytona Rehab Center and hopefully we'll know the time and date so we canplan ahead.

The next chapter meeting is Thursday, November 3rd..weather permitting..lol..hope to see you all there!

President of the best Abate Chapter in Florida Daytona BeachAbate of Florida Inc.Daytona.abateflorida.comabateflorida.com

VP MESSAGE

President Geno Lessig 610-507-4119 geno507@msn.com

Vice Pres. Alfye Fyock 386-566-6112 alfysroofing@gmail.com

Secretary Kathy Holland 386-673-8893 kathymholland75@gmail.com

Treasurer John Banta 386-441-6533 jbanta@cfl.rr.com

Sgt. At Arms Deninis (Grog) Snyder 419-902-2883

Legislative Officer John Banta 386-441-6533 jbanta@cfl.rr.com

Membership Steve Fritze 386-677-1550 stevefritze@ironhorsesaloon.com

Safety Director Mike Knezevich 352-508-1305 mikeknezevich@msn.com

PR/Communications Ken Holland 386-673-8893 kenjholland@gmail.com

Products Frank Roush 386-290-3025 frankroush924@yahoo.com

Newsletter Editor Kathy Holland 386-673-8893 kathymholland75@gmail.com

Webmaster Kathy Holland 386-673-8893 kathymholland75@gmail.com

State Delegate Gene Lessig 610-507-4119 geno507@msn.com

State Delegate Alfye Fyock 386-566-6112 alfysroofing@gmail.comChapter Contact Geno Lessig 610-507-4119 geno507@msn.com

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CHAPTER OFFICERS JUNE 2016JUNE 2017

LEGISLATIVE REPORTJohn Banta

Out of date as soon as I write itLike many of you, I been slammed with cleanup and dealing with home repairs. Wednesday Oct. 5 that Ormond Beach City Hall to meet with the candidates running for State offices. The place was boarded up and deserted.

Go on to the ABATE of Florida Website www.abateflorida.com

Click on the Legislative Information Center and subscribe to email list. Ideally you would get the latest legislative news and press releases. Contact the Statean contact legislators outside our dis-

trict. He sends news reports of Legislative Report October 22, 2016 John Banta

legislative activities on a myriad of topics, not necessarily those that ABATE is involved in.

Consider signing in to the MRF or AMA alerts (www.mrf.org)

The MRF is involved with monitoring and input on many issues. There is activity on intelligent transportation dealing with driving automation. How well willmotorcycles be recognized?

Nov. 8 General Elections VOTE!!!!!

July, 2016 Registered motorcycles in Volusia County 34964

July 16, 2016 Motorcycle license endorsements 61452

Motorcyclists could make a difference but are not at their potential. ABATE of Florida cannot endorse candidates. We can report on the voting record and theirviews on the issues that affect motorcyclists. Our lobbyist, Doc Reichenbach, can say who he likes. The recent NRA voters guide shows no conflict between gunowners goals and concerns of motorcyclists with those running for State offices from Volusia County

County Judge Group 3

Heather Caeners, Shirley Green,

Judge Green has withheld adjudications thus circumventing the $500/$1000 fine for those who cause an accident resulting in an injury or death of a motorcyclist.Judicial discretion?

US Representative District 6

Ron DeSantis REP; William McCullough DEM

Ron DeSantis shares our concerns about the over reach of federal agencies and how they ignore Congress.

State Senator District 7

Curtis Ceballos DEM. Travis Hutson REP Our lobbyist likes Hutson

State Senator District 14

Richard Dembinsky NPA, Dorothy Hukill REP. Hukill is in.

State Representative District 24

Adam Morley DEM, Paul Renner REP Our lobbyist likes Renner

State Representative District 27

Randi Doan NPA, Robert Mann DEM, David Santiago REP

State Representative District 25

Noel Bickford DEM, Tom Leek REP

Bickford received the NHTSA myths releases. Leek received the releases and asked for a meeting to discus the law. Huh???

State Representative District 26 Primary

Michael Cantu REP, Patrick Henry DEM, From Mike Cantu:

elmets, with the exception of any pas-senger under the age of 18. I look forward to serving you in the House f Representatives. Thank You Michael Cantu

County Council Has Davis been an effective leader? Will Kelley seek to impose the Ormond Beach restrictions onMotorcycle Special Events on the whole County. Whose special interests do Al Smith and Heather Post serve? Smithdoes want to tackle the homelessness issue. My friend, Cheryl Cook, and Volusia County expert Big John prefer Al

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