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  • Temporal Coverage is exactly "1990-1999"

Various papers commenting on the Logan Canyon construction project, 1994. Included: Citizens for a Safe and Scenic Logan Canyon summary of UDOT plan of action and Conservationist plan of action, time filing lawsuit under NEPA, and comments on Logan…

Minutes of the Citizens for the Protection of Logan Canyon, December 15, 1994

Scenic view of Wood Camp Hollow, Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (3.5 x 5 in)

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.

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.

Newsletters updating the events of Logan Canyon Coalition including but not limited to the formation of LCC, denial of appeal, violations of FEIS, lifting of the stop work order, and the eligibility of Logan River for wild and scenic designation.

Eleven articles of incorporation for Logan Canyon Coalition

Newsletter from the Logan Canyon Improvement Group, Volume 1 Issue 2, entitled Citizens Alert, with reports on Logan Canyon Group meetings, public support, contribution needs, and welcoming letters to the editor.

Paper prepared for EDUC 677. This qualitative research project involved a multi-case study of adult citizens involved in a local political controversy. Following background research, structured interviews were conducted with three core subjects to…

The preliminary record of decision for US Highway 89, Right Fork in Logan Canyon to Garden City and Final Environmental Impact Statement. The six sections include decision, alternatives considered, section 4(f), measures to minimize harm, monitoring…

Record of decision for US Highway 89 stating that the Federal Highway Administration agrees with the Utah Department of Transportaion in its selection of the Preferred Alternative.

Wild and scenic rivers act, reprints of articles printed in "Canyon Wind"

Multiple correspondences from members of the Logan Canyon Coalition including a notice of appeal and statement of reasons, and discussion of the modifications proposed for Logan Canyon.

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…

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.

Encouraging citizens to write to James Naegle requesting copies of the draft Environmental Impact Statement and support the protection of Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from Jack Spence to R. James Naegle identifying the problems with the Draft Environmental Impact Statement.

Correspondence from Margaret Pettis to Craig Zwick requesting to be kept informed on the proposed changes of Logan Canyon and expressing concerns about widening the road and increasing the speed limit.

The overall objective of this paper is to describe the methods that were used to develop an interpretive guide for the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway. Included are statements of purpose and need, a literature review, a statement of methodology, the…

Correspondence from Hugh Thompson to "Friends" to develop alternatives for predator management and control on the Dixie National Forest.