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Advocates Say County Commissioners Illegally Removing Signs

Advocates Say County Commissioners Illegally Removing Signs



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(KSL News) -- Wilderness advocates went to court today, accusing Kane County Commissioners of illegally ripping out signs they don't agree with and replacing them with signs encouraging off-road vehicle use.

Advocates Say County Commissioners Illegally Removing Signs

The battle over signs has been raging for more than two years. Kane County asserted the right to remove federal signs that ban All-Terrain Vehicles on roads.

But critics say the county's new signs are inviting ATV use, not just on roads but in streambeds and on hiking trails, even in National Parks.

Two wilderness groups filed suit today in federal court.

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