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Old 08-20-2009, 03:14 PM   #1
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Carson National Forest Releases Transportation Management Proposed Action

Forest Supervisor
Attn: Transportation Management
Carson National Forest
208 Cruz Alta Road
Taos, NM 87571

Comments may also be hand delivered weekdays 8:00 am - 4:30 pm to the Supervisor's Office at the above address. Oral comments must be provided at the Supervisor's Office during normal business hours via telephone or in person, or if during non-business hours, must be at an official agency function (such as a public meeting) designed to elicit public comment.

[email protected]

The submission of comments must include a name and address of the commenter and title of the proposed action. Comments may be submitted by email in MS-Word (.doc), rich text format (.rtf), text (.txt) or Adobe (.pdf).

(575) 758-6213

Additional information regarding the proposed actions can also be obtained from Paula Cote or Jack Carpenter at the Supervisor's Office in Taos, New Mexico. The office phone number is (575) 758-6200.
BRC is suggesting support for Alternative 1 which is probably the best in this particular fight. There's some anger over Middle Fork Lake from our side, and Alternative 2 would open it back up, but I think we need to go with BRC's suggestion on this deal.

Remember, doesn't matter if you've never been to the area and never plan on going, all comments help. This isn't a local issue, it's a national one and those of us that do what we can for all parts of the country would appreciate a little in our local areas.
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Thanks for the link. My family enjoys visiting that region (Especially the Questa District) and using the available trails. It would be REALLY nice to be able to drive up to Middlefork again.
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I went by horse to middle fork lake this summer. The trail is not suitable for a fullsize truck without some major road improvements. I am an avid offroader but i don't think that there are enough people in that area to maintain a road network.
With that said. I am going to go with BRC on this also. Please send in your comments.
I know I will.
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