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Muscatatuck Indiana climbing under attack


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Riku Nakajima · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2015 · Points: 20

Greg Martin's private climbing gym is at risk of closing down due to a conflict with Jennings County. Greg Martin has been a staple to many in the area to learn the skills of climbing and form relationships with other climbers. Greg Martin, the director of the park and owner of the private gym, is a well known member of the climbing community. This coming Thursday (Jan 11, 2018 at 6:30pm), there is a County Commissioner meeting in Jennings County, which is the meeting at which a decision will be made for the fate of Greg's gym. If anyone in the area is willing to attend the meeting to stand in solidarity with Greg and the climbing community, we would greatly appreciate it. The meeting will be held at the Jennings County Government Building, across the street from the court house. Thank you in advance!

Jeremiah Moore · · Cincinnati, OH · Joined Nov 2008 · Points: 5
Riku Nakajima wrote:

Greg Martin's private climbing gym is at risk of closing down due to a conflict with Jennings County. Greg Martin has been a staple to many in the area to learn the skills of climbing and form relationships with other climbers. Greg Martin, the director of the park and owner of the private gym, is a well known member of the climbing community. This coming Thursday (Jan 11, 2018 at 6:30pm), there is a County Commissioner meeting in Jennings County, which is the meeting at which a decision will be made for the fate of Greg's gym. If anyone in the area is willing to attend the meeting to stand in solidarity with Greg and the climbing community, we would greatly appreciate it. The meeting will be held at the Jennings County Government Building, across the street from the court house. Thank you in advance!

What’s the conflict over?


Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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