Tell Forest Service which roads are important to you

The Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest has about 2,500 miles of roads, but can only afford to maintain about a quarter of them.

Help the Forest Service decide which roads should be maintained.

A public meeting is at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Jackson Conference Center at Everett Community College. The event was previously cancelled during the federal government shutdown.

You can guarantee a spot by RSVPing to sustainableroads@gmail.com. Those who RSVP will guaranteed a seat, others will be seated first come, first serve. Attendance is limited to 60 people.

Get more info here. You can also comment online here.

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