LTBMU to hold OHV grant open house – NEXT WEEK!Posted: February 17, 2016
LTBMU to hold OHV grant open house
Thursday February 25th at the Forest service office in South Lake Tahoe, 5-7pm.
Another opportunity to let the forest service know what we want done to our trails. This will be more of a prioritization of the ideas sent in just last month. The FS should be open to new ideas as well.
Please take the time to stop by and voice your opinion. Yes, it’s a drive for those of us in the Reno/Sparks area but it’s worth it to let the FS know we are willing to engage in conversations about maintaining our trails and how those trails are managed.
Not only does this meeting include upcoming possible projects but also HOW our trails are managed. We are looking for a closer relationship with the LTBMU. We want to work WITH them. The LTBMU has a history of doing their own thing and not reaching out to the users and volunteers. We need to change that.
Please attend this open house and let the LTBMU know you want to be involved in all OHV decisions. Let them know we are willing to step up and work with them to maintain our trails. Let them know what is important to you.
A link to the announcement on the LTBMU website:
The email I received from the LTBMU:Good afternoon,
The Forest Service will host and open house next Thursday, February 25, from 5 – 7 p.m. here at the Forest Supervisor’s Office in South Lake Tahoe (see attached news release).
The open house will seek public input on developing three preliminary applications for the Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Cooperative Funds grants that will be submitted to the State of California Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division (OHMVR).
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Acting Public Affairs Officer
Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit