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Public Meeting May 23 for Coyote Flat OHV Draft Environmental Assessment

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Public Meeting May 23 for Coyote Flat OHV Draft Environmental Assessment


BISHOP, Calif., May 13, 2024 – Inyo National Forest (Forest) will soon be announcing the release of a Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Coyote Flat Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Recreation Enhancement Project and 30-day public comment period.

In anticipation of the release of the EA, the Forest will be hosting a public meeting on Thursday, May 23 from 6 – 8:00 p.m. at the Cerro Coso Community College’s Bishop Campus. There will also be a virtual option to join via Zoom.

Virtual

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87969449955?pwd=dEFVQ0xBZzhWOXVmN2VmdXBYQW9zQT09

Meeting ID: 879 6944 9955
Passcode: OHV

In-person

Cerro Coso Community College,
Eastern Sierra Campus, Community Room
4090 W Line St.

Bishop, CA 93514

Forest staff along with its contractor at WSP Engineering will present information on the proposed action, potential impacts to resources, the planning process, and how to comment on the Draft EA. The meeting will consist of a presentation followed by a Q&A session, and an open house.

The proposed action would improve motorized trail management and safety issues in the Coyote Flat area to provide environmentally sustainable recreation for multiple user groups and OHV green sticker vehicles in accordance with the goals and objectives outlined in the Forest’s 2019 Land Management Plan.

For more information, visit: www.fs.usda.gov/goto/inyo/coyote-flat

When the public comment period opens, only written comments will be accepted.

For questions about the project, contact the public affairs officer (above) and/or [email protected]

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