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Sunday, May 09, 2010

Chautauqua County Snowmobile Season a Success

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Joel Keefer


April 30, 2010 (716) 753-4672




Mayville: -- With the final numbers coming in, Chautauqua County Executive Gregory J.


Edwards has hailed the County's most recent snowmobile season a major triumph.


"I am pleased to report that thousands of people from Chautauqua County, the


surrounding region and as far away as California used our over 450 miles of snowmobile


trails that are maintained here locally," Edwards proclaimed. "We truly enjoyed a great


season."


Paul Weatherlow, Secretary of the Snowmobile Clubs of Chautauqua County, agreed


with Edwards that the 2009-2010 snowmobile season was a huge success.


"We had a great winter," Weatherlow said. "Missing from the typical weather was the


normal meltdown during the season. We only had one weekend in January where warmer


temperatures and some rain forced cancellation of our weekend events."


Weatherlow said the official County snowfall was just about the normal average with


223" (about 19') falling in Mayville. He stated that the combined membership from the


Chautauqua County Snowmobile clubs from the previous season totaled 3,380 Family


Memberships and over 5,000 snowmobiles.


"Of the 3,380 Family Memberships, 889 were from Pennsylvania, 545 were from Ohio,


and more from other states such as California, New Jersey, North Carolina, Texas, West


Virginia, etc.," Weatherlow said. "Overall, the clubs had a double digit increase in Family


Memberships."


Edwards also received a financial report from County Clerk Sandra Sopak on the number


of people who registered their snowmobiles at the Department of Motor Vehicles.


"Sopak reported to me that they had over 5,000 total snowmobile registrations," Edwards


said. "That was an increase of over 9% from last winter."


Edwards agreed with Sopak's assessment that the large amount of money these


snowmobilers spent in the County's numerous restaurants, bars and stores was a


significant investment in the local economy.

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