from Okanogan: New Legislation Affects Your Land
regulations for road maintenance and abandonment have been expanded to
include private roads that have been used for forest practices,
forest management and fire suppression since 1974.
Following Home and Garden Show on Saturday
March 16, 2002 at 6:00
letters received by Okanogan County landowners from the Washington State
Department of Natural Resources read: All
forest landowners in Washington State are required by law (Chapter
222-24 WAC) to submit a Road Maintenance and Abandonment Plan (RMAP) to
the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for all forest roads on their
forest landowners will receive letters by 2005. Join in and learn how
these new regulations affect you. Its your land and your future!
For further information contact Okanogan County Farm Bureau: Joel Kretz, President, 509 779-4105 or Darlene Hajny, Public Relations and Information, 509 422-4703.
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