BLM seeks comments for Jeep Safari permit renewal
May 24, 2012 | 492 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Moab Field Office has received a request from the Red Rock 4-Wheelers to renew the group’s special recreation permit for the Moab Jeep Safari. The BLM will be preparing an environmental assessment, which also covers commercial and organized group motorized permits on Jeep Safari routes.

The BLM is seeking public comments on the proposed permit renewal and also to identify issues for consideration as part of the environmental assessment, according to a news release from the BLM.

The scoping period ends June 21, officials said. Comments may be submitted by mail to: BLM, attn. Katie Stevens, Moab Field Office, 82 E. Dogwood, Moab, Utah 84532, or by email to kstevens@blm.gov (include “Jeep Safari comments” in the subject line).

For more information, call the BLM Moab Field Office, 435-259-2100.

Copyright 2013 The Times-Independent. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

report abuse...

Express yourself:

We're glad to give readers a forum to express their points of view on issues important to this community. That forum is the “Letters to the Editor.” Letters to the editor may be submitted directly to The Times-Independent through this link and will be published in the print edition of the newspaper. All letters must be the original work of the letter writer – form letters will not be accepted. All letters must include the actual first and last name of the letter writer, the writer’s address, city and state and telephone number. Anonymous letters will not be accepted.

Letters may not exceed 400 words in length, must be regarding issues of general interest to the community, and may not include personal attacks, offensive language, ethnic or racial slurs, or attacks on personal or religious beliefs. Letters should focus on a single issue. Letters that proselytize or focus on theological debates will not be published. During political campaigns, The Times-Independent will not publish letters supporting or opposing any local candidate. Thank you letters are generally not accepted for publication unless the letter has a public purpose. Thank you letters dealing with private matters that compliment or complain about a business or individual will not be published. Nor will letters listing the names of individuals and/or businesses that supported a cause or event. Thank you letters about good Samaritan acts will be considered at the discretion of the newspaper.