Correspondence from Citizens for the Protection of Logan Canyon representative Stephan Flint discussing the drafted EIS and the how the document could be improved to better reflect the needs and wants of the citizens.
Correspondence from Rudy Lukez, Steve Flint and Tom Lyon to Dave Baumgartner expressing their concerns about many of the alternatives while questioning while their alternative is not seriously considered, asking for Forest Service to carefully…
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.
Open letter to C. Taylor Burton, Harold S. Crane, Floyd Iverson, and Grant Meyers referencing the College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management of Utah State University and the Road Construction and Resources Use statement.
Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, Dean College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife, to S. G. Merryman, Northern Pacific Railway Co., on December 1, 1961 about the Road Construction and Resource Use statement.
Memorandum to the Interdisciplinary Team members on the subject of traffic forecasts through 2010. Also includes population forecasts estimated for all the counties in Utah from 1940 to 1970, and specific county projections from 1970 to 1985
Correspondence from Julia Gold to Clifford Forsgren of CH2M HILL concerning the proposed changes to the Logan Canyon Highway 89. She discusses the scenic experience of driving Logan Canyon and briefly mentions the environmental effects. Also suggests…
Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to State Road Commission Chairman E.E. Howe concerning the diversion of forest highway funds allotted for construction of the road between Logan and Garden City to construction efforts along the…
Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to F.P. Champ of the Cache Valley Banking Company, reiterating the Governor's interest in having the section of Highway 89 between Logan and Garden City completed early.
Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to Richfield Lions Club Secretary, Ernest R. Hill concerning a Lions Club resolution that the State Road Commission address a hazardous curve on Highway 89 in Sevier County.
Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to State Road Commission Chairman W.D. Hammond concerning a recent trip the governor made on Highway 89, his impressions of the road quality in southern Utah, and his commendation to the State Road…
Correspondence from members of the Thistle Civic Club to the State Road Commission requesting that they be allowed to construct a road that would enter Highway 89 a half mile north of the historic viaduct at Thistle.
Correspondence between Utah Governor Henry Blood and Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce Secretary G.A. London concerning a resolution to build a trunk highway off of Highway 89, through the Navajo Nation, ending in Bluff, Utah.
Correspondence from Utah State Automobile Association Manager, W.D. Rishel to Utah State Highway Engineer, K.C. Wright advocating the association's position on how Highway 89 should be routed north of Spanish Fork, Utah.
Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to U.S. Bureau of Public Roads Chief, Thomas H. MacDonald concerning the construction of a road that would connect Cedar Breaks National Monument to the Long Valley Road section of Highway 89.
Correspondence from Utah Roads Committee Representative, O.G. Cardon to Utah Congressman Abe Murdock concerning the state of Highway 89 in Logan Canyon, the Roads Committee's contention that money needed for Logan Canyon roads was needlessly diverted…
A compilation, by Hancey, Jones, Wright & Co. Co., of information gathered from a telephone survey conducted by Councilman Fred Duersch Jr. Includes Exhibits 1 and 2 which show the results of the information in graphs and tables.
Results of a survey conducted by Councilman Fred Duersch Jr. regarding Logan City residents' opinions of widening the road in Logan Canyon. Results were analyzed and presented by Hancy, Jones, Wright, & Co. on January 4, 1989 to the Municipal…
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.
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.