This is a great example of the type of cooperation states will receive from the feds on national monuments. The DOT letter(embedded below) states the Governor's position that it would be "imprudent and premature" to install the signs before the review is completed. Totally ignoring the Gov's concern, the Park Superintendent is seeking to place signs elsewhere.
Under the Presidential E.O. the final report is due by July 26. That means Park Superintendent Tim Hudson was unwilling to wait the less than 90 days it would take to comply with the Governor's request, and instead is seeking to subvert the state's position. Secretary Zinke has stated on several occasions that he wants Interior to be a "Good Neighbor". This is not an example of that approach is it Sec. Zinke?
Here is the letter: