Skip to comments.Forest Service: $228M to fix roads, bridges
Posted on 06/02/2009 7:00:10 PM PDT by george76
National forest roads and bridges in 31 states will get long-needed repairs under an economic stimulus spending plan announced by the Obama administration.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Tuesday that $228 million in economic stimulus money will be used for road maintenance and decommissioning and watershed restoration in dozens of national forests.
A total of 106 projects in 31 states will be paid for as part of the $1.15 billion in economic stimulus funding awarded to the Forest Service
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Yes, caught that.
A little payola for the Sierra Club?????
OK, funds for USFS roads. Now I hope that the USFS refrains from using the funds from installing those “G-D” locked gates that block roads leading into my favorite hunting areas. (The USFS has been taken over by “Watermelons”.)
They sure didn’t eloborate on the decommissioning but talked about better access, it don’t work both ways.
Bubba was clever in calling his *no new roads* program that actually did close thousands of miles of historical ( 1800’s ) well used roads.
Cut off travel between rural towns and more.
WildEarth Guardians and Colorado Wild and...
The USFS is clever in hiding a piece in the middle of a travel management plan document that closes stuff.
How many 20 million dollar bath rooms will that build.
Not all of them, but most, yes. There are still those who fight, but they are losing rapidly to political correctness.
Yup, I know a couple of “Goode Olde Boys” that just hate the PC types in their NF District.
We have the worse roads and the finest bike trails known to man!
When are they going to get around to charging bicyclists a registration fee for all the problems they cause?
For those partisans on-board tonight, what did you think would happen when you engineered the candidacy of the angry little man and ended up with the Magic Negro?
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