Todd, a typical appraisal by a forestry person although he has no qualms about suggesting a logging program. I do acknowledge that the area being debated is largely a municipal water catchment and many activities indicated in the report are not good for drinking water.
Local people may be able to identify areas within the forests that are outside the true catchment and work with the authorities to establish acceptable trail criteria, in the same manner as the author has identified acceptable logging practise. Those same logging practises also provide options for OHV use in a managed fashion.
Again, as the area is a water catchment it does seem reasonable, to me anyway, that some use management is applied and the main victim may need to be the casual use of the immediate areas around water courses to minimize silt and other contaminants.
This is probably a case where some 'deals' might be made to sacrifice some areas in exchange for user management of other places.