The working relationship that Plumas county/ PNF and SBTS has is incredible. Maintenance of these areas is crucial to the well being of the trails. Projects like this draw people to the area and help benefit the local economy of Quincy. Please continue to keep up the good work, and keep the trails and the economy going. Torey Feldhaus - 3/8/16

I am writing in support of the Quincy Mount Hough Trail Maintenance grant application. This project is important for both the recreation needs of area residents as well the positive effect on the local economy. Thanks for considering my input. Doug Page – 4/1/16

Our group, Trails for Recreation and Community (TRAC) represents multiple types of trail users in both Plumas and Sierra County including the Tahoe and Plumas National Forest. We represent all trail enthusiasts from OHV to mountain biker hiker to equestrian. We STRONGLY support the efforts of Plumas County and their partners the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) and Plumas National Forest to seek grant funding to maintain and improve trails on Mt. Hough, This cooperation between these partners has a PROVEN track record of success at trail projects on the fantastic Mt. Hough OHV trail network. TRAC is very pleased with previous work on Mt. Hough by these partners. In addition we have been impressed with the leverage and utilization of volunteers and participants from surrounding communities to help with these projects. Their work is environmentally sound and of extremely high quality. The work they do provides a great recreational experience for OHV enthusiasts, and others, and brings much needed economic activity to this rural community. We look forward to seeing their work again through this grant! Ron Heard (TRAC) – 4/4/16

I concur with the comments submitted by Corky Lazzarino on behalf of the Sierra Access Coalition regarding this grant application. I feel that the projected grant costs are excessive given the relatively recent construction of the trails. Benefits to the OHV community by the grant do not justify the high cost. Vance Severin – 4/4/16

Attached are comments on the OHV Grant application G15-03-84-G01 from Plumas County. Corky Lazzarino, Sierra Access Coalition – 4/4/16