A public meeting at the end of February will allow Utahns to discuss a plan to upgrade some roads in Fishlake National Forest and obliterate others.
Forest spokesman Dick Allred said the public is invited to "review, agree with or suggest changes that will improve the proposed transportation system." The system includes Monroe Mountain, Fishlake Basin and all forest land east and south of Fish Lake."The objective of the transportation plan is an identifiable and maintainable road system that is compatible with soil, water and wildlife resources, and that serves identifiable needs," Allred said.
The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Feb. 28 in the Sevier County Courthouse, Richfield. The committees that developed the plan will be pres-ent to answer questions, he said.