Judge tosses Inyo's road case

Aug 18, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Inyo Register

Inyo County had hoped to regain control of three routes, Greenwater Canyon, Greenwater Valley and Last Chance Canyon, that were closed by the National Park Service under the authority of the California Desert ...

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emm

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Inyo County promotes on its website the splendor of Death Valley and all of its natural diversity and then they want to take parts of it over so they can pave a highway on it? Unbelievable! Thank goodness the judge had the fortitude to tell the county to take a hike. They should take one, preferably in Death Valley's roadless wilderness so they can gain a better appreciation of a wilderness area.
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"Emm", Open your mind, come down from MN and know the facts. These roads were already in existence before they were closed.

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