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Harold Robertson, CHAIRMAN, King County Planning Division Bill Longwell, The Mountaineers John Penney, City of Issaquah Harvey Manning, Issaquah Alps Trails Club Bob Copernoll, Lake Sammamish Community Club Janice Rozanski; Mirrormont Community Association Chuck Goff, Industrial Forestry Association Ray Hunter, Washington State Sportsman's Council Tom Mechler, Issaquah Sportsman's Council Ruth Kees, Adjacent Property Owners Jim Agee, Society of American Foresters Brian Pendelton, Audubon Society Lane Curry, Back Country Horsemen of Washington Jennifer Wood, American Motorcycle Association-Washington District Art Jacobson, U.S. Hang Gliding Association, Cloud Base Country Club Harold Davis, Washington Contract Loggers Marcy Golde, Washington Environmental Council Bob Brooks, Jr., PNW 4/Wheel Drive Association Larry Istvan, Upper Preston Community THE BOARD OF NATURAL RESOURCES John Spellman, Governor Brian Boyle, Commissioner of Public Lands Dr. Frank B. Brouillet, Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Jim Ozbun, Dean, College of Agriculture, Washington State University Dr. David Thorud, Dean, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Brian Boyle, Commissioner of Public Lands Art Stearns, Supervisor Pat McElroy, Deputy Supervisor Mike Griggs, South Puget Sound Area Manager Bill Wallace, King District Manager and DNR-Committee Liaison Stu Blocher, Issaquah Local Manager STAFF Bob Rose, Project Coordinator Stewart Wright, cartography Clifford Burkedesign The Committee acknowledges the assistance of students from the University of Washington classes in Landscape Architecture and Forestry for their work in research and mapping. Other assistance came from Carol Lind, editing, and Beverly Hamilton, word processing. For additional copies of this Workbook phone toll free 1-800-562-6010. J \\; I I I I I i L I b'Nl'l',lt.lll ILl 1 Y i,.tiN,.t1:1 Please indicate the level of your concern for the topics listed on a scale of I to 5, in which 5 is very concerned and 1 is relatively unconcerned. If you wish to respond at greater length, please staple extra sheets into this form. OLD GROWTH MANAGEMENT - 1. How should the Committee handle the problem of old growth timber on Tiger Mountain? 2. What is the level of your concern about the maintenance of old, growth? , 3. Which of the Committee's alternatives do you favor? VEGETATION MANAGEMENT 4. Please summarize your responses to the approaches to vegetation management on Tiger Mountain: 5. What is the level of your concern about the use of herbicides? 6. Which vegetation management alternative do you favor? MOTORIZED RECREATION 7. Please comment on the use of motorized vehicles in the Tiger Mountain State Forest: __ 8. What is the level of your concern about the use of off-road vehicles? 9. Of the alternatives proposed, which do you favor? GENERAL 10. Please summarize any concerns you have that were not addressed by the Committee: 11. What is the level of your concern for the following: Timber Management Reforestation Genetic Diversity Preservation of Unique Flora Soils Wildlife Quality Water Resources Aesthetics Education Harvest Buffers Other What recreational activities among those discussed interest you most? Do you generally agree or disagree with the Guidelines as drafted by the Committee and summarized in this Workbook? , From NO POSTAG NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES BUSINESS REPLY MAIL FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 280, OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON Postage Will Be Paid By Addressee The Tiger Mountain State Forest Advisory Committee c/o DNR South Puget Area Office Post Office Box 68 Enumclaw, WA 98022