Illinois Valley News, Cave Junction, OR Wednesday, June 2, 2004 Page 13 Biscuit Fire final statement ‘Dangerous days’ safety tips listed (Continued from page 1) “The 101 days be- tween Memorial Day and Labor Day are the deadli- est days on the road in our nation,” said Sheriff Dave Daniel of the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office. “There will be fatal crashes and more teen- agers and children killed on our roads during this time than any other time of the year,” said Daniel. Statistics show that 13,000 Americans will die and more than 850,000 will be injured during this time frame. Major contrib- uting factors: *Improper use or no use of seatbelts - “We know that 75 percent of child safety seats are im- properly installed, and 20 percent of adult drivers don’t buckle up,” said Daniel. “Buckle up your- self and make sure your children’s child safety seats are properly installed and appropriate to their size.” *Alcohol use - “Nearly a third of teen-age drivers killed on the road had been drinking,” said the sheriff. “Never drink and drive, and do your best to stay off the road between midnight and 3 a.m., which is the time you are most likely to encounter a drunken There is a 14-day limit on camping, said BLM. In announcing details of the Biscuit Final Envi- ronmental Impact State- ment (FEIS), forest official Scott Conroy said, “Our proposal is an investment in the land and people. “We are investing in growing trees; restoring fire to its natural role in the forest; protecting commu- nities and old-growth from wildfire; and capturing opportunities to provide jobs and wood for Amer- ica,” said Conroy, supervi- sor for the Rogue River- Siskiyou National Forest. “This recovery plan,” he said, affecting 4 percent of the project area, “provides opportunities for all — including those who seek solitude; clean, clear water; and abundant wild- life and jobs.” Greenpeace claims that the public has been left out of the planning, although some 23,000 letters were received on the Draft EIS and a community forum was held in Cave Junction. The comments and fieldwork, said Conroy, resulted in changes be- tween the draft and the FEIS, “including reduced salvage acres, reduced tim- ber volumes and additional analysis.” The FEIS preferred alternative “protects com- munities and habitats by building 300 miles of fuel management zones; refor- esting 31,000 acres; restor- ing 700 acres of meadows; implementing 83,000 acres of prescribed burns; and completing 70 miles of road work.” The latter in- cludes closure, decommis- sioning and stabilization. The proposal calls for removing 370 million board feet of fire-killed wood, enough to build 24,000 homes. Helicopters will be used to minimize effects, and to reduce temporary road construction (5 miles). No permanent roads will be built, said the forest service. The Biscuit Fire began on July 13, 2002 due to lightning. It was declared under control on Nov. 8 after burning through nearly 500,000 acres of wildland, including most of the Kalmiopsis Wilder- ness. At the peak of the fire, some 7,000 firefighters and support personnel were involved. The entire Illinois Valley was placed on a 30-minute evacuation notice, although it was not necessary to enforce it, as what many regard as a providential wind blew threatening flames away from the valley. The “rescue station” announced by Greenpeace is to serve as an education center and campaign hub. The organization is calling for a moratorium on log- ging federal forestland. Besides Greenpeace, there is undocumented in- formation that Earth First!, which has been in Illinois Valley in years past, also will be involved in some sort of demonstrations dur- ing the next several months. Greenpeace said that, “This area is representative of the Bush rollback of environmental policies.” The forest service and BLM will prepare and sign separate Records of Deci- sions (RODs) for the lands they administer. The RODs will be issued after the official notice of avail- ability of the FEIS is pub- lished in the “Federal Reg- ister” on Friday, June 4. The Biscuit Fire com- prises one of Oregon’s largest fires in recorded history. Besides burning in S.W. Oregon (467,702 acres), it burned through 23,235 acres of Six Rivers National Forest in border- ing California; and 9,028 acres of land administered by BLM’s Medford Dis- trict. In connection with the FEIS, Conroy requested an Emergency Situation De- termination for the salvage portion of the project. If granted, there will be a 30- day period between the FEIS and RODs, “and then salvage may be imple- mented immediately after the decisions are signed.” The forest service said that it will issue three RODs, segregated on the basis of different manage- ment objectives. The proposal an- nounced on Tuesday “supports consideration of 64,000 acres of land adja- cent to the Kalmiopsis Wilderness for their out- standing wilderness char- acter.” Clothes dryer hazard noted For safety’s sake, never leave your house while your clothes dryer is running, urges the Leviton Institute. It quotes the U.S. Con- sumer Products Safety Commission that “dryers are associated with more than 15,000 fires each year that result in property dam- age, injury” and can result in death. Tell ‘em you saw it in the ‘Illinois Valley News’ driver.” *Fatigue - During the past five years, 1.3 million drivers attributed crashes to drowsiness. “Don’t drive when you are tired.” *Car maintenance - Neglected maintenance accounts for 2,600 deaths annually. 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