Forest Service says some roads to reopen

By From page A3 | September 30, 2013

More than half of 42 forest roads were reopened for public motorized use by the U.S. Forest Service effective Sept. 12. An announcement from the Eldorado National Forest described the reversal of a 2012 closure that allows the public to begin using 24 of the original 42. The order continues in effect for the remaining 18 roads pending varying degrees of maintenance and reconstruction, especially on roads that cross certain sensitive meadows or otherwise impede the flow of water throughout the higher elevations of the federal land.

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