Residents can send comments to the BLM expressing their views through May 8 to: Pam Shuller, Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake Field Office, 2370 S. 2300 W., Salt Lake City, UT 84119.
"We urge everyone to contact the BLM and make the case that transporting waste to this site is not in the public's interest," said Sen. Orrin Hatch.
"Every viable transportation option for PFS requires the Administration's approval, and the BLM is making it very clear that its decision will be based on whether these options are in the public's interest. The BLM has put this decision in the hands of Utahns and other concerned citizens, and it is crucial that we make our voices heard."
Hatch added that "Utahns have repeatedly expressed concerns about the dangers of transporting and storing high-level nuclear waste in Skull Valley. Off-loading high-level nuclear waste on a rail siding adjacent to I-80, the principal east-west transportation corridor in the West for commerce and the public, makes absolutely no sense. The citizens and businesses that depend on this highway must speak out in opposition."
Wrong United Way Web address given
A recent article about United Way of Davis County listed an incorrect Web address for the agency.
The correct address is www.unitedwaydc.org.