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68283#68283 Abstract
o The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), has evaluated the classification status of gray wolves (Canis lupus) currently listed in the contiguous United States and Mexico under the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended (Act). Based on the Service s evaluation, it proposes to remove the gray wolf from the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife. The Service proposes this action because the best available scientific and commercial information indicates that the currently listed entities do not meet the definitions of a threatened species or endangered species under the Act due to recovery. The effect of this rulemaking action would be to remove the gray wolf from the Act s protections. This proposed rule does not have any effect on the separate listing of the Mexican wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) as endangered under the Act.
Removing the Gray Wolf from the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife#68283
Removing the Gray Wolf from the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Fish and Wildlife Service 05/07/2019
68263#68263 Abstract
UDOT is seeking feedback on the draft projects in the 2019-2050 Long Range Plan. The Long Range Plan is a prediction of rural transportation needs statewide over the next 30 years. UDOT is looking for feedback on known corridor-level concerns, region-level concerns, suggestions for GIS datasets that would help inform future corridor planning/project refinement efforts, programmatic-level issues, and priority corridors for key environmental issues.
UDOT Statewide Long Range Plan: 2019-2050 (Draft)#68263
UDOT Statewide Long Range Plan: 2019-2050 (Draft)
[view] Comment Period Open Utah Department of Transportation 04/08/2019
68225#68225 Abstract
The attached set of maps reflects the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (UDWR) proposed areas for wild turkey releases from June 2019 to June 2024. Locations are separated into augmentation sites, where populations of wild turkey are already present, and introduction sites, where wild turkey populations are not yet established. Wild turkey may not be released at all sites shown in the list.
Wild Turkey Transplants#68225
Wild Turkey Transplants
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Wildlife Resources 04/01/2019
68163#68163 Abstract
Zion Mountain Resort Inc. dba Zion Mountain Ranch has submitted an easement application for a water pipeline within Section 36, T40S, R9W, SLB&M, in Kane County. The water line would be known as the East Canyon line and would bring water from a series of springs which are located on adjacent private property (parcel 0-9-25-1) across trust lands to another adjacent private property (parcel 1-9-1-2). The easement would also include an existing pipeline that conveys water from Big Spring within trust lands, currently authorized under SULA 1429. There would be approximately 2,000 feet of 1.5-inch and 3-inch pipeline for connection with the existing Big Spring lease infrastructure. The remainder of the alignment would contain a 1.5-inch pipeline, all buried at approximately three feet deep. The alignment largely follows existing ATV routes and requires no changes to existing grade. The proposed easement is approximately 14,000 feet long and 10 feet wide, containing approximately 3.21 acres. The requested term of the easement is 30 years.
New Easement No. 2254 - East Canyon water line#68163
New Easement No. 2254 - East Canyon water line
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 04/03/2019
68143#68143 Abstract
On March 9, 2018, the Federal Highway Administration, on behalf of the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), issued a Notice of Intent (NOI) to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for proposed transportation improvements in and near Little Cottonwood Canyon in Salt Lake County, Utah. The proposed project study area described in the original NOI included improvements to State Route (S.R.) 210, a two-lane roadway in Little Cottonwood Canyon extending from the intersection of S.R. 210 and S.R. 190/Fort Union Boulevard in Cottonwood Heights to the terminus of S.R. 210 in the town of Alta. Following the publication of the original NOI, UDOT invited public and agency comments on the project during a scoping period from March 9 to May 4, 2018. Following the scoping period, UDOT began developing the EIS by defining the purpose of and need for improvements to S.R. 210. In October 2018, UDOT decided to revise the NOI for the Little Cottonwood EIS based on UDOT s review of the original scoping comments and the need for the project. As a result of agency, stakeholder, and public input UDOT and the Central Wasatch Commission (CWC) plan to conduct additional studies to address equity and regional mobility in the Cottonwood Canyons and surrounding area. UDOT will sponsor an additional agency scoping meeting on April 3, and a public scoping meeting on April 9. (see attached PDF for details).
Little Cottonwood Canyon (SR-210) EIS: Revised Notice of Intent/Second S...#68143
Little Cottonwood Canyon (SR-210) EIS: Revised Notice of Intent/Second Scoping
[view] Comment Period Open Utah Department of Transportation 04/30/2019
68124#68124 Abstract
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is preparing a State Environmental Study (SES) to evaluate improvements to State Route 209 (9000 South) from Redwood Road to 700 West in southwestern Salt Lake County, Utah. The improvements would be made in the cities of Sandy and West Jordan. In preparing the SES, UDOT will evaluate the environmental, social, and economic impacts of the proposed 9000 South improvements. 9000 South is an urban principal arterial that connects the east and west portions of the Salt Lake Valley. It is an important road for both Sandy and West Jordan, serving current and planned development between I-15 and the Mountain View Corridor and points west. According to West Jordan City s Transportation Master Plan, 9000 South favors commuters on both ends of the city regardless of whether their ultimate destination is north, south, east, or west. Consequently, the road has become a major route into and out of the city in the east-west direction. Moreover, because of growth in western Salt Lake County, east-west roadway connectivity is limited and therefore places an even greater strain on arterials such as 9000 South.
State Route 209 (9000 South) State Environmental Study--Initiation of Ag...#68124
State Route 209 (9000 South) State Environmental Study--Initiation of Agency Scoping
[view] Comments Closed Utah Department of Transportation 03/15/2019
68123#68123 Abstract
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is initiating a State Environmental Study (SES), evaluating potential extension of S.R. 193 in Syracuse City, Davis County, Utah. S.R. 193 currently terminates at 3000 West. In the SES, UDOT will evaluate alternatives for extending S.R. 193 to the west, providing connectivity to the future West Davis Corridor and potentially connecting with S.R. 110 (4500 West). UDOT will develop and evaluate alternative alignments for the extension of S.R. 193. A public hearing on the draft SES is expected in fall 2019.
State Route 193 State Environmental Study--Initiation of Environmental S...#68123
State Route 193 State Environmental Study--Initiation of Environmental Scoping
[view] Comment Period Open Utah Department of Transportation 04/15/2019
67943#67943 Abstract
Southeastern Utah County (SEUTCO) Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) Habitat Management Plan (HMP) is a planning document for the management of 4 WMAs that the Division of Wildlife Resources owns. The SEUTCO WMAs describe 4 properties totaling 16,930 acres. The WMAs were originally purchased primarily to provide big game habitat values. The purpose of the WMAs is to preserve and protect big game winter and transitional range and reduce depredation by mule deer and elk on surrounding private agricultural lands. This HMP provides management direction to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources personnel. This HMP contains background information and property details, along with management goals, objectives, and strategies for managing the habitat to achieve the purpose for which these properties were acquired. Travel planning and relation to adjoining lands are discussed.
Habitat Management Plan for Wildlife Management Areas in Southeast Utah...#67943
Habitat Management Plan for Wildlife Management Areas in Southeast Utah County
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Wildlife Resources 03/27/2019
67924#67924 Abstract
:The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Salt Lake Field Office (SLFO) is preparing this Environmental Assessment (EA) to analyze the renewal of 10-year term grazing permits for the following five (5) allotments: Dry Canyon, Lynn, Red Butte, Owl Springs, and Kimball Creek.These allotments were grouped for analytic purposes in a single EA based on geographic proximity and similar resource values ( State of Utah Grazing Improvement Program and Grazing Allotment Permittees (A. William Kimber, Clay N. Blanthorn, Burt C. Kunzler, Della Ranches, Grouse Creek Livestock Association, Jay or Diane Tanner, A. William Kimber, Kimber Edwin Estate, KN Double Cone Ranch L.L.C., Lyman Kimber, Milt Oman, Pickett Ranch & Sheep Co., Richins Family L.L.C., River View Ranch L.L.C., Simplot Land & Livestock Division, Ted K. Tracy and Warr Land and Livestock)
Western Box Elder 5 Allotment Grazing Permit Renewal#67924
Western Box Elder 5 Allotment Grazing Permit Renewal
[view] Comments Closed DOI/Bureau of Land Management 03/11/2019
67923#67923 Abstract
Seven new pipelines or extensions, one spring development, 17 new water troughs, three new non-culinary wells, and approximately 7 miles of pasture/allotments fence and exclosures, and a pond are being proposed for construction in the following allotments: Muddy Creek, Junction Creek, Owl Springs, Red Butte, and Keg Springs.
West Box Elder Grazing Permit Renewal and Range Improvement #67923
West Box Elder Grazing Permit Renewal and Range Improvement
[view] Comments Closed DOI/Bureau of Land Management 03/11/2019
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