Isn't it a little presumptuous of SLC to think they have a right to have an
advisory board to control BLM land which they don't have or own? Is this
SLC's way of snubbing their nose at the laws that limit the land they can
impose controls on?We have a parks and recreation department in most
cities but they don't go around trying to tell the BLM the city is taking
over their land to use as they see fit. This is fallout snobbery by SLC with the
enacted state law trying to take over the territory of the US Government
property. A challenge by the SLC governemnt daring the BLM to stop them.