I got that. Did you read the document.
It says that if closed, you will just use another trail and still give California, El Dorado County, and the foothill region your tax dollars anyway. Not the $$message$$ to send.
Look at the lawyers client list!! They represent water districts, usually the other side!! I will support any effort to keep the rubicon (or any trail) open, but I smell a rat. It does not look right!
I may very well be wrong, but I doubt it.