Yesterday, from The Salt Lake Tribune:
Utah Association of Counties attorney Mark Ward insists the roads are real — and “most definitely about transportation.”
“Every road to be claimed in the upcoming state and county lawsuits are decades old, legitimate and well-established public transportation routes,” Ward said, “on which a broad cross section of Utahns and Americans depend for access, law enforcement, recreation, resource use and resource preservation.”
Look at these photos of RS 2477 claims from the state of Utah. Do they look like well-established public transportation routes to you?