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Correspondence from C. Taylor Burton, Director of Highways, to Daryl Chase, Utah State University, on July 12, 1961, about passing lanes on highway and the Fish and Game Commission's proposed modification of the highway between Station 565 and 595.

Correspondence from C. Taylor Burton to Daryl Chase, November 20, 1961 about highway construction and the Committee report.

Correspondence from Dean J. Whitney Floyd, College Forest, Range and Wildlife Management, to C. Taylor Burton of Utah Highway Department on June 30, 1961 about Logan Canyon Road.

Memorandum from Dean J. Whitney Floyd to Dean D. F. Peterson, August 8, 1961 about reviewing a manuscript.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management, to President Daryl Chase, June 22, 1961 referencing the Director of Highways.

Correspondence from Dean J. Floyd Whitney of College of Forest, Range and Wildlife Managment, to C. Burton Taylor of Utah State Highway Department on June 23, 1961 about the roadwork in Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from Dean J. Whitney Floyd, College of Forest, Range and Wildlife Management, to General Manager D. Robertson, Deseret News, on June 21, 1961 about the road improvement.

Correspondence from W. H. Bennett to J. Whitney Floyd, August 10, 1961discussing the Road Construction and Resource Use statement prepared by the College Committee.

Correspondence from Dean J. Whitney Floyd, College of Forest, Range and Wildlife Management, to Executive Editor A. C. Beck, Salt Lake Tribune, June 21, 1961 about the road improvements in Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from Assistant Regional Director E. M. Lisle to Dean J. Whitney Floyd on April 6, 1962 about the road construction in Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from Carl Frischknecht to J. Whitney Floyd, September 26, 1961. Utah State University.

Correspondence from J. Calvin Giddings of the Wasatch Mountain Club to Daryl Chase, Utah State University President, and forwarded to Dean Floyd.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to Chairman George Fallon on the house committee of public works and subcommittee of public roads discussing the need for road construction. Copy.

Correspondence from Jack Berryman to Mr. Michaelson on the material for "The Agent."

Correspondence from Jack Berryman to Louis Clapper, December 1, 1961

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, Dean College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management, to Ernest Linford, Salt Lake Tribune, on November 3, 1961.

Correspondence from M.R. Merrill, November 6, 1961to his colleagues.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, Dean College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management, to Frank S. Bunker, March 15, 1962.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management, to Daryl Chase, Utah State University, on November 3, 1961.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd , College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management, to Floyd Iverson, Regional Forester, on November 1, 1961.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to George Dewey Clyde, November 3, 1961

Correspondence from Jack H. Berryman to Richard H. Stroud, December 1, 1961 concerning Logan Canyon Road and highway planning.

Memorandum from J. Whitney Floyd, Dean, to President Daryl Chase, October 25, 1961

Memorandum from Jack H. Berryman to files, November 7, 1961, about the College of Forest Range and Wildlife Management.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to Floyd Iverson, Regional Forester, on November 14, 1961 about Logan Canyon Road and road improvements.

Highway 89 meeting minutes, March 22, 1990 and April 12, 1990 discussing the possible solutions to the problems faced by Farmington and Fruit Heights with the current U. S. Highway 89.

Testimony of Representative James V. Hansen before the transportation subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee, April 26, 1990, requesting funding for US 89 to alleviate the traffic congestion in more rural areas along the highway.

Testimony of Congressman James V. Hansen before the transportation subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee stating the reasons for funding to improve the interchange of I-15/US 89, with special mention of the Morton International Facility.

Results of the executive summary of US 89 corridor study of Davis and Weber Counties explaining the need for an expressway and funding.

Correspondence from Mark N. Tuttle to James Hansen, April 16, 1990, expressing Tuttle's disappointment in Hansen's support of the conversion of Highway 89.

Correspondence from Kenley Brunsdale to James Hansen, April 12, 1990, requesting the Congressman gain authorization prior to testifing before a subcommittee.

Versar project conference record for US-89, Farmington to South Ogden, suggesting an access option from I-15/US 89 for the west Farmington area with a discussion on the wetlands, transportation master plan issues, and Burke Lane access options.

Correspondences petitioning Congressman Hansen for federal funding for Highway 89, Farmington to South Ogden, forming an expressway, and expressing the need for improvements.

Correspondence from Robert Arbuckle to Congressman James Hansen, thanking Congressman Hansen for his participation in the plans for the US 89 corridor project. Also included is a list of concerns about the project.

Correspondence from Chandler St. John to Marta Tollerup discussing the Environmental Assessment Report approved in April 1971 used in preparing another more current report, noting that three sections of the road through Logan Canyon was in need of…

Correspondence from Stephan Flint to Wes Wilson, June 17, 1987

Conservationists' spot improvement alternative for locations within Logan Canyon with proposed action, rationale, and impacts and problems with rejected alternatives.

Correspondence from Keith Lautenbach (on behalf of Daniel Watt) to Brian Beard, (with Lautenbach's signature) in response to Beard's previous correspondence about the FHWA's compliance with NEPA and other agency regulations.

Correspondence from Marjorie Lewis to Rudy Lukez mentioning a tour and brochure.

Correspondence from Dale Bosworth to Daniel Dake explaining the position of the Forest Service position concerning the Logan Canyon project.

Correspondence from Bruce Pendery to Dave Berg stating the reasons why a supplemental environmental impact statement (SEIS) should be prepared, explaining that flawed data and lack of public involvement have made the current EIS unusable. Suggests a…

Correspondence from Bryan Dixon to Rudy Lukez, March 28, 1987, correspondence from Jay A. Monson to James (Jim) Naegle, and the Logan Canyon Highway project status and issues with a history of the project, timline, alternatives being considered,…

Discussion with Dale Bosworth about the consistency of the Forest Plan with the draft environmental impact statement.

UDOT transportation news for study of Logan Canyon and the public involvement meeting to be held to better improve the canyon.

Correspondence from M.J. Roberts to Marta Tollerup discussing the changes to China Row picnic site, Woodcamp campground, Cottonwood picnic site, Twin Bridges campground, and two summer recreation residences including the aspects of recreation and…

Corresponsence from Utah Wilderness Association to Desmond Anderson explaining the benefits of membership with the Utah Wilderness Association. Anderson agrees to join so long as the UWA opposes UDOT's proposed changes to Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from Stan Nuffer to Rudy Lukez, explaining that Lukez's name has been included in the mailing list to receive information on Logan Canyon study with an enclosed introduction to the study (not included with this item).

Correspondence from James Naegle to Rudy Lukez stating the intent to not release the Draft Environmental Impact Statement to avoid any unnecessary confusion.

Fax from Stan Miller to Kathy Anderson about the reissuance of grazing permits in the Cache Valley and Rich County areas. Also, inlcudes maps of the specific areas.

Pamphlet to save Logan Canyon.