Input sought on public use of county’s lands

RBC I Would you like a voice in how public lands in Rio Blanco County are managed?
Now is the opportunity to help develop the local Land and Resource Use Plan.

Attorney Karen Bud-Falen will explain what a Land & Resource Use Plan is, the need for it, and the process to ensure it represents Rio Blanco citizens’ beliefs.
The Budd-Falen Law Firm and partners, Y2 Consultants, will be gathering information and concerns from local citizens to help guide the development of the Plan.
The input meetings are: Wednesday May 27 at Sleep Cat Guest Ranch at 2 p.m.; Wednesday at CNCC-Rangely at 7 p.m.; Thursday May 28 at Piceance Creek Rock School at 2 p.m.; and Thursday at Meeker Library at 7 p.m.
The meetings are sponsored by Rio Blanco County and the White River and Douglas Creek conservation districts.
For more information, contact District Manager Priscilla Sheridan at 970-878-5628.