Off-Road Vehicles Deserve a Break

Re "Forest Plan: Let It Be," editorial, Jan. 5:

How does The Times have the arrogance to infer that off-road vehicles should be excluded from the "people's" forest?

Off-road vehicles are the people. These groups are family-oriented and consist of policemen, firemen, business owners and most other professions. They are also taxpayers.

Part of this forest plan should include designated and maintained ORV trails for vehicular access to the forest. The forest should be for everyone.

How can present or future generations enjoy the beauty of the forest if all vehicular access to it is blocked?

Dan Scuri

Anaheim Hills

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