Forest proposals spark lively discussion

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Citizens, advocates and officials gather for discussion

  • Megan Broome/The Clayton Tribune. Over 150 people turned out for a public forum on proposed changes in management and policy that would affect thousands of acres of National Forest Service land in Rabun County.
    Megan Broome/The Clayton Tribune. Over 150 people turned out for a public forum on proposed changes in management and policy that would affect thousands of acres of National Forest Service land in Rabun County.
  • Wayne Knuckles/The Clayton Tribune. Betty Jewett, Forest Supervisor for the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, makes a point at last week's public forum.
    Wayne Knuckles/The Clayton Tribune. Betty Jewett, Forest Supervisor for the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, makes a point at last week's public forum.
 CLAYTON— What do Forest Service Lands mean to the people of Rabun County?  This was the overarching question as over 150 people flocked to a public forum that was standing room only to discuss both…

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