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Public Scoping, Eagle Mountain Boundary Study Newsletter 1

This newsletter provides an introduction to the study, explains why the study is needed, describes the study area, provides maps and preliminary boundary options, and explains how the public can participate in the process.
 
Comment Period: Closed        07/13/2015 - 08/21/2015
Topic Questions:
1. Among the many factors that the National Park Service will
consider in evaluating the criteria and options for a proposed
boundary adjustment are public access and the need for the
protection of resources associated with the park's purpose.
What information should we consider in further investigating
these topics? Your knowledge of these lands will help inform
the evaluation.
2. Of the various options presented in the newsletter, which
one(s) do think would be most appropriate? Are there other
options that you think the NPS should consider?
3. What resources in the area do you think are most important? Why?
4. Are there other specific areas of concern that the National Park Service should be aware of?
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