Sheriff's office seeks public input on state grant to patrol off-highway vehicle areas.
The lake county sheriff's office(LCSO) is seeking public input for it's application for a state grant to patrol and enforce off-highway vehicle activity in the county.
A 30 day public review and comment period begins today(03/05/2013) for lake county residents who want to participate in the application process. According to an LCSO news release, the enforcement project will "promote and support the safe and authorized use of public lands by off-highway motor vehicles(OHV) enthusiasts in BLM Cow Mt. and Knoxville recreation areas of the Mendocino National Forest."
The review and comment period for the California State Parks' Grants and Cooperative Agreement Program ends April 4. According to the LCSO, its application will be posted beginning Tuesday on the State Park website at www.ohv.parks.ca.gov
The public can comment on the LCSO proposal by contacting Sergent Steve Herdt at firstname.lastname@example.org
or the Off-Highway Vehicle Division of California State Parks at OHVinfo@parks.ca.gov
This article was in the Record Bee today, March 5th. If you wheel in Lake County you should give your input.
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