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    National Seashore North Carolina

Omitted Pages Identified in Printed Volume 1 of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore’s ORV Management Plan

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Date: November 18, 2010
Contact: Cyndy Holda, 252-473-2111  Ext. 148

It has come to the attention of the National Park Service (NPS) that the recently released bound, printed Volume 1 of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore's final Off-Road Vehicle Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) is missing some pages due to an inadvertent error by the contract printer. The CD version of the FEIS and the electronic version that is posted on the NPS Planning, Environment and Public Comment (PEPC) website are accurate and complete and were not affected by the printing error.

The NPS will mail the missing pages to all recipients who had hard bound copies of the FEIS. In addition, a pdf file of the missing pages is attached to this press release and has been posted on the PEPC website at: http://parkplanning.nps.gov/documentsList.cfm?projectID=10641

"We regret this error occured and appreciate readers bringing the matter to our attention," said Superintendent Mike Murray.

Cape Hatteras National Seashore Final Environmental Impact Statement Missing Pages

Did You Know?

This artist's rendering shows the U.S.S. Monitor foundering in a storm off of Cape Hatteras in December 1862.

The U.S.S. Monitor sank off Cape Hatteras during a storm in December 1862. The wreck's location was a mystery until 1973 when a research vessel found the ship 16 miles off the cape in 230 feet of water. In 1975, the Monitor was named the nation’s first National Marine Sanctuary.