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Public Comment ON Moose-Wilson Project Ending

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Today is the end of the line for public scoping comments to be submitted on the Moose-Wilson Corridor Comprehensive Management Plan.  Park Spokesperson Jenny Anzelmo-Sarles points out the members of the public can submit those comments either online or by mail if posted no later than midnight tonight.  She explains that this is the discovery phase of the project where the issues and alternatives that should be considered are considered for the forthcoming draft environmental impact statement. Anzelmo-Sarles says, “We had an outstanding turn-out at the public scoping open house back in January, and we look forward to hearing from the community and the American public.”  Sarles says the park has received several hundred comments already.  Once the scoping closes, she says planners will do a scoping analysis report which will be made available to the public as soon as it is completed.  She adds that the scoping comments will help inform alternative development and a set of preliminary alternatives for the project, and public comment will be taken on the preliminary alternatives when that is completed as well.” Those wishing to submit comments electronically may do so at www.parkplanning.nps.gov/moosewilson.

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