LTBMU grant comments are inPosted: April 8, 2015 Filed under: Access, Maintenance | Tags: Hi-Lo's, LTBMU, OHV grant, STORM, Twin Peaks Leave a comment
The public has spoken regarding the proposed grant requested by the LTBMU. In short, the public does not support a grant that does not support four wheel drive trails. Specifically, the public does not support mountain bike trail maintenance with OHV funds.
Here is a link to the comments on the LTBMU grant request: http://ohv.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=28161
Most of the comments are from South Tahoe locals who either drive Twin Peaks or ride the Sand Pits. These locals not only use our public lands for OHV enjoyment but they also step up and volunteer to maintain these areas. Both the Lake Tahoe Hi-Lo’s and STORM (South Tahoe Off Road Motorcycle club) members took the time to comment. Thank you to everyone that commented.
Hopefully, the LTBMU will read and act on the comments and include 4wd trails and the Sand Pits in a rewrite of the grant proposal.
This is how the process is supposed to work. Let’s hope it continues to work.
LTBMU to hold OHV open housePosted: March 25, 2015 Filed under: Access, Maintenance | Tags: education, Hi-Lo's, maintenance, OHV grant, Rubicon, Twin Peaks Leave a comment
Change of the hours: it should have read 4pm to 7pm!
This is a great opportunity to let the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit know how we feel about how they are managing our OHV trails. They will be open for discussion on the proposed grant, the management of Twin Peaks, the Rubicon Trail and all other OHV related subjects.
Let’s get a big turn out and let the Basin know we care about our OHV trails and how we would like to see them managed.
Forest Service to hold open house on off-highway vehicle use
South Lake Tahoe, Calif. – The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) will host an open house to discuss Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) use on designated routes within the Lake Tahoe Basin on Thursday, April 2, 2015, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Forest Supervisor’s office at 35 College Drive, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150.
The open house provides an opportunity for the public to meet Forest Service OHV, engineering, trails and recreation staff and ask questions regarding the LTBMU Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) and the California Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreational (OHMVR) Grant application. Local OHV club members will be on hand to discuss membership and volunteer opportunities sponsored by the Forest Service.
Contact Adrian Escobedo at firstname.lastname@example.org for reasonable accommodation access to the facility or proceedings.
For more information, contact Tim Merten at 530-543-2863 or email@example.com.