The New York City issue had been ongoing. The Parks Dept. is either non-responsive or vague in their responses. They say there is an “ongoing process” to determine a solution. This is unacceptable. The detecting community deserves a constructive response.
The Task Force and your fellow detectorist’s need your help–it doesn’t matter if you live or detect in NY City or not. Every time metal detectorist’s are discriminated against, it effects the entire detecting community–so call, write or email the commissioner. The details are below:
|Fellow Metal Detectorists,
Call To Action….Starting Monday April 6, for 3 days.We have been trying to negotiate a FAIR resolution to correct the deteriorating
rights of Metal Detectorists to enjoy their hobby in NYC parks.After months of meetings, phone calls, and follow ups,
we have not received any constructive response from NYC Parks.NOW we need to let them know we will stand together until we are treated fairly.
Please send the note below, or your own message, to the NYC Parks Commissioner.
Please be polite, but firm…make your dissatisfaction known
Pass the message along to anyone willing to call in and help support the
Address: Commissioner Mitchell J. Silver
Phone: 212 360-1305
The Task Force for Metal Detecting Rights Foundation,
They asked that metal detecting be treated the same as
They requested that responsible metal detecting be
They were told that the Task Force request was being
When can the Task Force, and all those that they represent
Hopefully, this “ongoing process” will result in a fair,
Let the TF know you’re there, join today…It’s free.
Task Force for