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65563#65563 Abstract
NW SW and SW SW of section 14 of Township 2 South, Range 4 West, SLB&M: The property is located in Tooele County, close to Stansbury Park. The adjacent landowner is planning for the development of all undeveloped land between the existing city and the Tooele East parcel. This parcel is next in the path of development. Based on preliminary analysis by staff, it has been determined that residential development matches development plans for adjacent property and is the highest and best use for the property.
Development Designation: Tooele East#65563
Development Designation: Tooele East
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 10/16/2018
65526#65526 Abstract
the Bureau of Land Management Moab Field Office is verifying route inventories in the Canyon Rims area south of Moab in advance of travel management planning. The BLM is seeking public feedback on the existing transportation inventory in this area to help inform future planning efforts. The Canyon Rims Travel Management area covers approximately 90,950 acres of BLM-managed lands in northern San Juan County, Utah. The BLM has developed a map with existing information regarding trails, routes, and roads within this area. Input on the route inventory data are most effective when they provide unbiased information, evidence and other supporting additional documentation. Productive feedback submitted during the pre-planning phase should focus on identifying: 1) inaccuracies in the attributes and provide suggested corrections 2) identification features in the data set that that are not routes e.g. power lines, cow trails etc. 3) line work that doesn't t accuracy represent route alignment 4) information that informs on the original intended purpose of the route 5) missing route information including route alignment and basic route attributes
Route Inventories for Canyon Rim#65526
Route Inventories for Canyon Rim
[view] Comments Closed DOI/Bureau of Land Management 09/21/2018
65503#65503 Abstract
The proposed action includes, but is not limited to, a phased approach to the installation of in-stream structures and Zeedyke watershed enhancement structures (Zuni pools, induced meandering structures, media lunas, one rock dam structures, filter weir structures, beaver analogs, etc.) for riparian restoration and wetland enhancement.
CCFO Riparian Restoration and Wetland Enhancement#65503
CCFO Riparian Restoration and Wetland Enhancement
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/09/2018
65483#65483 Abstract
The Forest Service is requesting comments from the public regarding the need to clarify or to otherwise enhance its regulations that minimize adverse environmental impacts on National Forest System surface resources in connection with operations authorized by the United States mining laws. These rules and procedures govern prospecting, exploration, development, mining, and processing operations conducted on National Forest System lands authorized by the Mining Law of 1872, as amended, subsequent reclamation of the land, and any necessary long-term post-closure resource management. The goals of the regulatory revision are to expedite Forest Service review of certain proposed mineral operations authorized by the United States mining laws, and, where applicable, Forest Service approval of some of these proposals by clarifying the regulations, to increase consistency with the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) surface management regulations governing operations authorized by the United States mining laws to assist those who conduct these operations on lands managed by each agency, and to increase the Forest Service s nationwide consistency in regulating mineral operations authorized by the United States mining laws by clarifying its regulations.
Proposed Rule Locatable Minerals#65483
Proposed Rule Locatable Minerals
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 10/10/2018
65463#65463 Abstract
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Forest Service is preparing to revise the contents of its Oil and Gas Resources regulations. This advance notice is intended to give the public the opportunity to comment on key issues regarding implementation of the existing regulations or to bring other issues of concern to the USDA Forest Service s attention. Comments will help the USDA Forest Service determine the next steps in addressing the oil and gas regulations.
Revision of the Contents of Oil and Gas Resources regulations#65463
Revision of the Contents of Oil and Gas Resources regulations
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 10/10/2018
65427#65427 Abstract
The United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), with assistance from the City of Hurricane as the project sponsor, announces the availability of the Draft Supplemental Watershed Plan and Environmental Assessment (Plan-EA) for the proposed Frog Hollow Debris Basin Rehabilitation Project within the Warner Draw Watershed in Washington County, Utah. The project would provide continued flood protection preventing runoff, erosion and sediment damage in the currently protected area downstream of the structure and bring it up to current NRCS and Utah engineering standards. An evaluation of potential project alternatives and associated environmental impacts has been documented in the form of a Draft Plan-EA. NRCS and the City of Hurricane will hold a public open house to provide information about the proposed project and to collect comments on the Draft Plan-EA.
Frog Hollow Debris Basin#65427
Frog Hollow Debris Basin
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Natural Resources Conservation Service 10/01/2018
65405#65405 Abstract
Milford Solar I, LLC (Milford) has filed an SF-299 Application for Transportation and Utility Systems and Facilities on Federal Lands with the BLM Cedar City Field Office (CCFO) for a proposed power line project (Proposed Action). The Proposed Action would involve construction of power lines to transmit electricity from the proposed Milford Solar I Facility to the proposed Milford Solar Substation and then to the existing Rocky Mountain Power Hickory Substation. Only the power lines between the solar facility and the proposed substations would be located on land administered by the BLM. The Proposed Action also would involve construction of an unpaved road parallel to the collection and communication lines for access and maintenance
Milford Solar I - Genti Lines and Access Roads#65405
Milford Solar I - Genti Lines and Access Roads
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/02/2018
65404#65404 Abstract
The Factory Butte Adit project plans to close one abandoned coal portal and two areas of subsidence using backfill. Backfilling of mine openings is accomplished by taking fill material (rock and earth) and placing it inside the mine openings, either by hand or by using heavy equipment, to completely fill the mine or to create a barrier at the entrance. Materials will be sourced from near the road for the adit closure, and from adjoining areas not on top of the underground voids for the areas of subsidence. The proposed closure method has been determined by assessing the geotechnical condition of the opening (geometry, dimensions, rock stability, etc.), the construction logistics (accessibility, material availability, worker safety, etc.), and resource values (threatened and endangered plant or animal species, bats, cultural resources, etc.) and weighing these concerns to select the closure method that achieves the goal of protecting public safety with the fewest resource conflicts.
Factory Butte Adit Closure Project#65404
Factory Butte Adit Closure Project
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 09/25/2018
65403#65403 Abstract
o BLM Utah State Director hereby establishes an interim final supplementary rule (rule) prohibiting target shooting within a 2,004-acre area on BLM-administered public lands in the Eastern Lake Mountains area of the Salt Lake Field Office, Eastern Lake Mountains, Utah County. The rule is necessary to implement and enforce this long-term prohibition to provide for public safety and historic properties (specifically Native American petroglyphs), as authorized in the Decision Record for the Eastern Lake Mountains Target Shooting Resource Management Plan Amendment (RMPA). The rule does not restrict other public activities in or access to or through the Lake Mountains, including legal hunting. The rule is effective on September 6, 2018
Prohibition of Target Shooting in the Eastern Lake Mountains#65403
Prohibition of Target Shooting in the Eastern Lake Mountains
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/31/2018
65363#65363 Abstract
Trust Lands Administration has received an application to lease land for agriculture purposes in Rich County (see attached map). The applicant proposes to lease the land for irrigated cropland and pasture. The lease term would be for 20 years. Total acreage is 40. T11N R6E S2 SW1/4 SE1/4- 40 Acres
Trust Lands Agriculture Lease- SULA 1889#65363
Trust Lands Agriculture Lease- SULA 1889
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 10/23/2018
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