Debate could heat up over plan to close roads in state's only national forest
You may soon hear more debate over a plan close 55 percent of the roads in Wisconsin's only national forest.
Starting Saturday, the U.S. Forest Service will give people 30 more days to comment on closing vehicle access to 2,500 miles of roads in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in far northern Wisconsin.
The change is due to take effect in January. It will affect roads once used for logging which are no longer maintained.