Thx for the good pic. How many lanes in that old ramp? Any news on when they are going to start getting it ready to use? With maybe only a few weeks left for the Wahweap main ramp to be usable, seems to me getting this ramp rehab project started sooner rather than later would make sense. Who is making these decisions? How do we keep up to date on them?
Will be at Wahweap tomorrow AM. Will look at all the different ramps and areas. Will take a number of pics and uploadIf there is somebody in Wahweap doing a bit of boots on the ground surveying this weekend, also take a look at a possible ramp southbound from the area where the fuel docks are. It would dive under the rental slips at the marina, so it might be less useful than the Stateline Auxiliary ramp.
At least it is some information, even if it is not what we want to here.Weak KUTV reporter. Softball questions. They are paid to ask truth to power. That's the job of the press. Why not ask the NPS guy "you guys are tasked with keeping this place open with public access to the water. At 1.5 feet water level drop per week, this main ramp will be un-usable in 4 weeks. It's damned sketchy now. Why are we starting a 2-month project on that auxiliary ramp just now--why not back in April or May? Who couldn't see this coming? What do you say to people who lost their pre-paid houseboat vacations with hardly any notice in the last 10 days? What do you tell people who want to come down here starting later in August and the entire south lake will be closed to motorized launches? The Labor Day weekend is probably going to be a bust. Who made these decisions (and not doing anything IS a decision)". If the guy won't answer, do a phone interview with his supervisor. Put them on the air and make them give real answers, not just mumbo-jumbo platitudes about 20 years in the future. Why put something that silly on air?