Skip to comments.Court order closes 42 off-highway routes in Eldorado forest
Posted on 04/06/2012 7:32:41 PM PDT by SmithL
The Eldorado National Forest will close 42 popular off-highway-vehicle routes that cross meadows due to a February court order, Forest Supervisor Kathy Hardy announced this week.
The routes could be closed through this year's recreation season while the U.S. Forest Service conducts an environmental analysis ordered by the court.
U.S. District Court Judge Lawrence Karlton said the Forest Service had failed to comply with the National Forest Management Act when it designated routes as open for motor vehicle use,
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U. S. District Court, Eastern District of California
Nominated by Jimmy Carter on June 5, 1979, to a seat vacated by Thomas J. MacBride; Confirmed by the Senate on July 23, 1979, and received commission on July 24, 1979. Served as chief judge, 1983-1990. Assumed senior status on May 28, 2000.
Columbia Law School, J.D., 1958
Civilian legal officer, Sacramento Army Depot
Private practice, Sacramento, California
Judge, Superior Court of California, Sacramento County
Just drive over his lawn since you can't drive on public lands.
The more crap they have piled on them by the gov't the more likely they are to finally wake up.
This is getting old. Time to take back the forests from the liberal Democrat Gaia groups.
Time to take the COUNTRY back from the leftist, revisionist Gaia groups.
We are constitutionalists. They are revisionists.
The more forest land they block off from motor traffic, the more fires end up totally destroying the forests. Funny how that works.
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