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Open House at Williams Ranger District Office August 8, 2012
The Kaibab National Forest will host an open house Wednesday, August, 8 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. to provide information on the Bill Williams Mountain Restoration project. The open house will be in the large conference room of the Williams Ranger District office, 742 S. Clover Road, Williams, Arizona.
The purpose of this project is to restore the health and sustainability of forested conditions on and around Bill Williams Mountain by reducing hazardous fuels and improving the watershed conditions contributing to the City of Williams water supply. The project covers about 15,200 acres, four miles south-southwest of Williams.
Martie Schramm, Williams District ranger says, “We appreciate the level of public involvement we’ve had so far and invite people to continue to provide input on this important project.”
Personnel will be available to answer questions about the proposed project; comments will be accepted also. Comments must be received by August 27. For more information, please call Martie Schramm, Williams District ranger, (928) 635-5630, or email email@example.com.