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    Big Cypress

    National Preserve Florida

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  • Annual 60-Day ORV Closure for Wheeled Vehicles

    Beginning at 12:01 am Monday, June 2, the annual 60-day recreational ORV closure for all units of the Preserve that allow for wheeled ORV access will begin. The closure will be lifted on Friday, August 1. More »

  • Campground Closure

    All campgrounds but Midway and the loop in the Bear Island Campground are closed through August 29. More »

  • Interstate 75 Mile Marker 63 Closure

    Beginning summer of 2013, the rest area and backcountry access at Mile Marker 63 will be closed due to construction. More »

Written Public Comments- 2012

WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENTS - 1/2012

Jack Moller email (1 of 2), 1/6/12 (28.5 KB, .doc file)

Jack Moller email (2 of 2), 1/6/12 (28.5 KB, .doc file)


WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENTS - 2/2012

Jean Public email, 2/8/12 (28.5 KB, .doc file)

Lyle McCandless email, 2/21/12 (28.5 KB, .doc file)


WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENTS - 4/2012

Frank Denninger email, 4/12/12 (29.0 KB, .doc file)


WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENTS - 6/2012

Rick Varela email, 6/21/12 (83.3 KB, .pdf file)


WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENTS - 7/2012

Frank Denninger email, 7/26/12 (81.7 KB, .pdf file)


WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENTS - 8/2012

Arnold & Porter LLP Letter, 8/07/12 (69.2 KB, .pdf file)

Bobby C. Billie letter, 8/10/12 (271 KB, .pdf file)

Lyle McCandless email, 8/10/12 (81.3 KB, .pdf file)

Jack Moller email, 8/16/12 (140 KB, .pdf file)

Bobby C. Billie letter, 8/30/12 (320 KB, .pdf file)

Jack Moller email, 8/31/12 (124 KB, .pdf file)


WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENTS - 9/2012

Lyle McCandless email, 9/04/12 (81.3 KB, .pdf file)


WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENTS - 11/2012

Bobby C. Billie letter, 11/07/12 (317 KB, .pdf file)

Lyle McCandless email, 11/12/12 (82.8 KB, .pdf file)

 

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