Feds sued over halting Tahoe National Forest acces

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4 years 4 months ago #184 by james92toy
I noticed that cal4wd was not named as one of the plaintiffs In the lawsuit. Is their a reason cal4wd did not want to be part of the lawsuit to try to get our trails back ?

Here is part of the article

Feds sued over halting Tahoe National Forest access for off-road recreationists
" Pacific Legal Foundation files Lawsuit against Tahoe National Forest on behalf of Local OHV Groups

PLF attorneys always represent clients without charge. The plaintiffs in this case are organizations and individual recreational users of the forest, including Friends of Tahoe Forest Access (with members in Nevada County, Placer County, and surrounding areas); Nevada County Woods Riders; Grass Valley 4-Wheel Drive Club; High Sierra Motorcycle Club; and Webilt Four Wheel Drive Club, and Friends of Greenhorn, both based in Placer County."

james

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4 years 4 months ago #185 by Navy-Jeepster
Not sure why Cal4 is not named as a defendent in this suit.
But some of their clubs are.
That might have been enough to give them standing.

I do think Don Spuhler is, and he listed his affiliation as Cal4wdc.

Todd

Todd Ockert
Cal4Wheel Life member.
BlueRibbon Coalition Life Member.

Hanford Trail Busters club secretary.

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