Post Office Box 3580 • Logan, Utah 84321
CERTIFIED MAIL - RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED
June 18 , 1987
Federal Highway Administration
125 South State Street
Salt Lake City, .UT 84111
Re: Logan Canyon Highway (U.S. 89) Study
Freedom of Information Act Request
Dear Mr. Silver:
Pusuant to the Freedom of Information Act the Cache Group of the Sierra Club, on behalf of Citizens for the Protection of Logan Canyon, requests information pursuant to Logan Canyon highway (U.S. 89).
Specifically, we request all documents, memoranda, reports, electronic messages and phone logs specific to the following: (1) Contracts and agreements issued by FHWA since January, 1985 specifically for highway studies involving Logan Canyon, including fund transfers for such work through the Utah Department of Transportation.
(2) Accounting of funds spent by FHWA, including expenditures within FHWA and whether or not directed through the Utah Department of Transportation, for contracts, supervision of contracts, preparation of contracts and consulting on contracts specifically for highway studies involving Logan Canyon since January, 1985.
(3) All other letters, memoranda, reports, electronic messages, telephone logs and oral logs since January, 1985, to and from the Federal Highway Administration in Salt Lake City, Denver and Washington and agencies and organizations involved with the current Logan Canyon Interdisciplinary Team as routed, issued or filed through your office.
The above information is requested in concurrence with a fee waiver as the groups involved are all not-for-profit
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(To explore, enjoy and protect our nation's swamps and meadows, rivers and mountains, deserts and prairies.) [part of letter head]
organizations who are working in the public interest and will use this information to benefit the general public through public education efforts.
If our request is not granted within 10 working days, we will deem this request denied and take additional steps as directed and permitted in the Freedom of Information Act to obtain the desired information. Sincerely, Rudy Lukez, chair
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