During excerpts from the Monday, February 11, Climate Justice Forum radio show hosted by Wild Idaho Rising Tide, program guest Kevin Lewis talks about the legal specifications of the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and about the evolution and effects of tar sands megaload use on government reconstruction and responsibility for the Highway 12 easement through the designated wild and scenic Clearwater/Lochsa river valley. Listen to the KRFP Radio Free Moscow news story Idaho Rivers United Conservation Director Kevin Lewis Discusses Recent Victory in U.S. Highway 12 Megaload Lawsuit between 8:02 and 3:35 of the February 12, 2013, Evening Report, Idaho Rivers United on U.S. Highway 12. For further information about this case, see the February 7 Idaho Rivers United press release Federal Judge: Forest Service Has Authority to Regulate Megaloads with links to Judge Winmill’s ruling and judgement.
The Moscow city council and supervisor deliberate city concerns about a proposal by the Idaho Transportation Department to re-route Highway 95 south of Moscow and about city submission of a notebook of comments from the council and commissions. Listen to the KRFP Radio Free Moscow news story Moscow Sustainable Environment Commission to Weigh-In on U.S. Highway 95 Re-Route Plans between 14:32 and 9:19 of the February 12, 2013, Evening Report, Idaho Rivers United on U.S. Highway 12.