Silverton to Dolores: Be wary of allowing OHVs on town streets

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Silverton to Dolores: Be wary of allowing OHVs on town streets

Economic bump might not be worth the trouble
San Juan County Sheriff Bruce Conrad explains the challenges of controlling OHV use in Silverton during a forum in Dolores. Dolores voters will decide whether to allow OHVs to travel on designated town streets in the April 7 election.
Dolores Mayor Chad Wheelus passes the microphone to audience members commenting about the issue of allowing OHVs on Dolores town streets.
Montezuma County Sheriff Steve Nowlin speaks about the issue of allowing OHVs on Dolores town streets. A town forum included a panel of officials from Silverton, the San Juan and Montezuma County Sheriffs, and the San Juan National Forest.

Silverton to Dolores: Be wary of allowing OHVs on town streets

San Juan County Sheriff Bruce Conrad explains the challenges of controlling OHV use in Silverton during a forum in Dolores. Dolores voters will decide whether to allow OHVs to travel on designated town streets in the April 7 election.
Dolores Mayor Chad Wheelus passes the microphone to audience members commenting about the issue of allowing OHVs on Dolores town streets.
Montezuma County Sheriff Steve Nowlin speaks about the issue of allowing OHVs on Dolores town streets. A town forum included a panel of officials from Silverton, the San Juan and Montezuma County Sheriffs, and the San Juan National Forest.
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