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Description: Can anyone elaborate on this more? thats what i heard the out come was from last nights meeting. if this is true where are we supposed to go wheeling
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently sent an invitation to an October 20 meeting to discuss several important developments regarding Reiter Foothills. This e-mail is to let you know the meeting has been re-scheduled. There is a lot of interest in the information we plan to share, and we needed a larger meeting space.
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is hosting an informal meeting for interested recreationists who want to learn more about winter restoration and trail planning in Reiter Foothills Forest. The meeting is from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. October 22 at the Park Place Middle School Commons, 1408 West Main, in Monroe.
At the October 22 meeting, you can learn more about what actions DNR will be taking in the coming months to restore the environmental health of the area and determine where trails, both motorized and non-motorized, will be located for long-term, sustainable use. The meeting will also provide you with an opportunity learn how you can volunteer to help restore the area and get involved in creating recreation opportunities.
Reither is scheduled to close on Nov. 2 They are going to be doing work to improve it, and make it a legal trail system for when it reopens after winter. (from what i've gathered on a local NW board)
As unfortunate as it is, winter wheeling will have to be done at other facilities. Don't let it get you down, show up to the meeting tomorrow evening and provide your input on the closure.