A number of us met with Dale Bosworth, W. N.
F. Sup., and his staff concerning the issues
in Logan Cyn. We talked about the fact that
the forest plan which highl ights the Logan
Canyon as a managmeent area to be mainatined
in the existijng condition should dictate the
Forest Service position on the FHA and UDOT
proposals to upgrade the canyon. In other
words some alternatives whioch would not meet
the constraints of the management area in the
forest plan simply should be upfront
discarded by the Forest Service because they
are not consitent with the forest plan.
We also impressed the staff with the impacts
of any development proposals and the fact
that the Forest Service is not being
aggressive enough in the issue.
80S. seemed to 1 isten and genuinely be
concerned about the imapcts and the concerns
of failure in making the Forest Service
aggressive. He was unwill ing to terminate at
the top alternatives in the FHA d. EIS which
are not consitent witht he forst plan. He
argued through mitigation you may be able to
solve soime issues. He would not interpret
the plan as to what it meant. he kept
saying different interp. of the plan eXIst.
finally got mad and said damnit it's your
plan what does it say--no answer but it had
He will send a letter to all cocnerned
assuring them F>S> will get serious.
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