TITLE

FOREST SERVICE: Information on Appeals, Objections, and Litigation Involving Fuel Reduction Activities, Fiscal Years 2006 through 2008

AUTHOR(S)
Mittal, Anu K.
PUB. DATE
March 2010
SOURCE
GAO Reports;3/4/2010, preceding p1
SOURCE TYPE
Government Documents
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents the report "Forest Service: Information on Appeals, Objections, and Litigations Involving Fuel Reduction Activities, Fiscal Years 2006 through 2008" of the U.S. Government Accountability Office. It examines the number of Forest Service fuel reduction decisions, the decisions subject to appeal and objection and its outcomes. It shows that 1,191 decisions are subject to appeal with 18 percent appealed and 121 decisions are subject to objection with 40 percent objected to.
ACCESSION #
48805564

 

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