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Redstone to McClure Pass Trail #56913

Pitkin County has proposed to construct and maintain a natural surface, non-motorized, multi-use recreation trail from Redstone south to the summit of McClure Pass. The proposed trail is about 7 miles in length, of which, 5 miles is on NFS lands.

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 Villafranco, John  02/03/2020728[id:3273]Scoping (Initial Scoping) (Total Letters: 128)
 Hudson, Katherine Pitkin County Healthy Rivers and Streams Board02/01/202028944[id:3273]Scoping (Initial Scoping) (Total Letters: 128)
 Ogilby, Chuck  01/31/2020267[id:3273]Scoping (Initial Scoping) (Total Letters: 128)
 Hilberman, Mark  01/30/20202636[id:3273]Scoping (Initial Scoping) (Total Letters: 128)
 Humphrey, Aaron  01/29/20202841[id:3273]Scoping (Initial Scoping) (Total Letters: 128)
 White, Jason  01/28/20202388[id:3273]Scoping (Initial Scoping) (Total Letters: 128)
 Stumpf II, Richard  01/28/20201849[id:3273]Scoping (Initial Scoping) (Total Letters: 128)
 Beavers, Brett  01/22/2020950[id:3273]Scoping (Initial Scoping) (Total Letters: 128)
 Jochems, William  01/17/202016146[id:3273]Scoping (Initial Scoping) (Total Letters: 128)
 Hudson, Kate  01/17/20201568851[id:3273]Scoping (Initial Scoping) (Total Letters: 128)
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