Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Task Force For Metal Detecting Rights Foundation

The Task Force for Metal Detecting Rights Foundation (TFMDRF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating public awareness by promoting and defending the lawful hobby of recreational metal detecting on public use lands and waterways.

Task Force sends out a letter to New York City Parks Department challenging current restrictions for metal detecting in certain parks.

Task Force for Metal Detecting Rights Foundation fighting another ruling...

The new O'Fallon MO. parks ordinance places regulations on recreational metal detector users, who must turn their finds over to the city.

State law requires found objects to be turned over the entity that owns the land where they were found, and O'Fallon city code now reflects that.
The O'Fallon Missouri City Council passed a new ordinancewith new regulations about the use of recreational metal detectors in the city's parks. Six areas are listed as restricted, and metal detecting is not permitted:
  • Athletic fields
  • Historical areas
  • Irrigated lawns
  • Archaeological sites
  • Landscaped areas
  • Any area with a sign prohibiting metal detecting.
Further, in the places that recreational metal detecting is permitted, the only tool permitted is a probe "not greater than 1/4" in diameter and 12" in length." Any ground that is disturbed must be returned to its original condition.

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