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January 18, 2012

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January 18, 2012 Land use meeting Jan. 20 An open meeting of the American Lands Access Association (ALAA) will be held on Friday evening, at 6:30 PM, January 20th, at the Quartzsite Alli- ance Church, 720 Desert Vista on the north side of Quartzsite. Take Moon Mountain Rd. or US Hwy 95 north to Tyson Rd. and turn left and go to N. Desert Ave., and turn right. Go 1 block and park in the big parking lot in front of church. Jennifer House, Natural Resources Specialist, Colorado River District, Lake Havasu City, AZ will be a keynote speaker at our event. She will discuss the plan, how it is being developed, what the next steps are and how you can have input and be involved. This is your chance, this is our chance to affect the future access and use of this area of our public land around Quartzsite, AZ According to Dick Pankey, President, ALAA, The Bureau of Land Manage- ment is developing a Travel Manage- ment Plan (TMP) for the La Posa Area that includes all BLM land around Quartzsite, AZ. Currently, staff and the consultants are developing the full plan and environmental assessment. This plan will affect how this land is used and will affect all users of this public land. This plan will affect ac- cess, road travel and land use. You will learn about the plan and how you can respond and comment on the plan. To learn more about the La Posa TMP and how it will affect you and others who use and recreate on this area of our public lands, plan to attend the American Lands Access Association's meeting Friday evening, January 20th at the Quartzsite Alliance Church. Attend this meeting to learn about ALAA and how you can be involved in saving access to our public lands. We will have an open forum on pending legislation and what is happening with the BLM and USFS. Bring your questions and ideas. This meeting should be of interest to all rockhounds and to anyone who recre- ates on and uses public lands. It is to let rockhounds and the public know the legislative and regulatory challenges and issues facing all of us and how they can and should be involved. This is a special invitation to all rock- hounds and users of our public lands to attend this important meeting. If you can attend, please do so, and show how many rockhounds care. Windshields! Nomad Glass Motorhome Windshield Replacement Specialists At Nomad Glass we offer prompt, quality service for your RV or motorhome • Mobile Service in Quartzsite • We Specialize in Motorhome Windshields • Insurance Approved • All types of auto & truck glass • The only glass shop endorsed by the Good Sam Club's "Smile & Save" program. • Proud commercial member of the Escapee's RV Club and the FMCA. Call us first and we will gladly assist you. 928-785-7757 20% OFF* 20% OFF* COUPON RV ROOF RESEAL SPECIAL RV Roof Seals Done Right by People Who Know Roof Seals! (Oregonians) *20 % OFF Labor thru end of the year with this ad! (expires Dec.31, 2011) Please leave message if no answer. 541-974-4469 Desert Rose Beauty Salon WE'RE BACK! Stop in and say hi! STYLISTS: JO AND LONI ACRYLIC NAILS BY JO! Hair & Nails 165 E. Main (west of Main St. Laundromat) Open Mon.- Fri. 8-4 928-927-8953 Located at the Gateway to Glacier National Park, Montana 20% OFF* Page 37 20% OFF* A Full Service Destination RV Park 103 Hwy. 2 East, Columbia Falls, MT 1-888-401-7268 We Are the Only RV Park Within City Limits of Columbia Falls! Call Doug! since 1977

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