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June 14, 2013
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Eldorado designates two-dozen routes for public use, 18 more after repairs

Today, Eldorado National Forest Supervisor Kathy Hardy announced the designation of 24 popular high-country off-highway-vehicle routes for public motorized vehicle use and another 18 that will be designated after repairs have been made. The popular routes were closed to public motorized vehicle use in 2012 by court order until their impacts on water flow in meadows were analyzed (a requirement found in the Eldorado National Land and Resource Management Plan).

A supplemental environmental impact statement and a “Record of Decision” were released today. Both documents are available on the Eldorado National Forest website at: Twenty-four of the analyzed routes …

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