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Three workshops will be held in October to discuss possible additions to the Off Highway Vehicle designated route system in the Tahoe National Forest.

“The purpose of these workshops is to develop a proposed OHV route system,” Forest Supervisor Steve Eubanks said. “At these workshops, we will break into smaller groups, review maps and develop proposals as to which unclassified routes should be added to our existing designated system.” The meetings are in:

• Nevada City Ð 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 19, Madelyn Helling Library near the County Rood Center, to discuss trails in the Yuba River Ranger District.



• Truckee Ð 6:30 p.m., Oct. 23, Tahoe Donner PUD Office on Donner Pass Road, to discuss trails in the Sierraville and Truckee Ranger Districts.

• Foresthill Ð 6:30 p.m., Oct. 26, Foresthill Middle School Science Lab, Foresthill Road, to discuss trails in the American River Ranger District.




For more information contact:

• Tahoe National Forest Headquarters Ð (530) 265-4531.

• Sierraville Ranger District Ð (530) 994-3401, ext. 6667.

• Truckee Ranger District Ð (530) 587-3558.

• Yuba River Ranger District Ð (530) 288-3231.

• American River Ranger District Ð (530) 367-2224.

• Tahoe National Forest Web site, http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/tahoe/.

Veterans meeting

to discuss issues

The United Veterans of Nevada County are inviting all Nevada County military veterans to attend a 6 p.m. meeting Thursday at the Grass Valley Veterans Memorial Hall at 255 S. Auburn Street to discuss issues of the recent months. There will be parking in the rear of the building. For more information, call Dennis at 273-3000.

– The Union staff


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