NoyzSource wrote:There is NOT a LAMBA policy regarding the borrowization of tools at this point. Only board members have keys to the tools so you'll need to ask somebody that has keys.
Common sense does apply. Be respectful of the tools. Don't abuse them. Return them in good shape. If they break, notify the board member that let you borrow them. If we determine that they were broke through neglect, don't be surprised if we ask you to pay for the repair.
The tools are available for the people working on the trails in this area. We do request that the trails be "approved" by the land managers responsible for where the trail is located. LAMBA does not want to be associated with rogue trails.
We have used them at Sugarbottom and Beverly. We offered to assist in rebuilding the other local trails with the city and county. We are working on the plans for a small trail in Squaw Creek park which will also use these tools.
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