Rudy Lukez December 14, 1987
P.O. Box 3580
Logan, Utah 84321
Dear Mr. Lukez:
4501 South 2700 West
Salt Lake City, Utah 841 19
Dear Mr. Lukez,
On behalf of the three agencies involved in preparation of the draft
EIS for Logan Canyon, I express appreciation for your effort in the
study. During a meeting on Friday, December 11, the consultant presented
a preliminary draft of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) to
the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), U.S.D.A. Forest Service
(Forest Service), and the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT).
Great respect was voiced for your technical and judgmental input and
it was recognized as being very beneficial to the study. Fulfillment of
the charge given to the 10 team to assemble and review the technical data
will have an influence in selection 0 f a preferred al ternati ve. Thank
you for your personal dedication of time and money to this effort.
Now FHWA , the Forest Service and UDOT will proceed in selecting a
preferred al ternati ve considering all issues you have helped identify.
Al though the task of the 10 team has been completed, we will be most
interested in your comments as the public review process continues.
The agencies agreed that since the Draft EIS is still in the
development stage, release of the preliminary document might be premature
and cause confusion . Therefore, the preliminary draft will not be
released at this time but copies will be available at the FHWA in Salt
Lake, the Forest Service in Salt Lake and Logan, UDOT in Salt Lake and
Ogden, and the consultant's offices in Salt Lake and Logan for review.
Thank you again for your efforts in putting together the technical
information which makes possible a rational decision on the improvements
to be made.
Sincerely, R. James Naegle, P.E., Engineer for Location and Environmental Studies
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