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58724#58724 Abstract
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Salt Lake Field Office (SLFO) received an application from Dove Creek Grazing, LLC, (Dove Creek) to place a 6"-10" diameter water pipeline and related facilities along an existing road in Box Elder County, Utah. Dove Creek has requested a 30 year right-of-way (ROW) grant for a 14.7 mile long water pipeline ROW crossing BLM managed lands within existing roadways. The water pipeline would be connected to a well pump owned by Dove Creek on their private property in the area near the Sinks of Dove Creek (within the Park Valley hydrologic basin area). The pipeline would deliver water to Compass Minerals' solar evaporation pond dikes on the west shore of the Great Salt Lake. The water would be used to construct an impermeable slurry wall within the existing dike system footprint. The slurry wall would minimize current dike leakage and the water pipeline would provide a dependable long-term freshwater source to clean pond pumps or accumulated salts. A secondary use for the water would be for private landowners in the area to water livestock, and wildlife watering areas. As a result of the pipeline ROW application and possible impacts to nearby BLM water rights, the BLM and Dove Creek have entered into a Groundwater Monitoring and Corrective Action Plan (GWMCAP). In the event the water pipeline application is approved, Dove Creek will obtain water level data to assess possible impacts of pumping the ground water and will implement corrective measures, in accordance with the GWMCAP, if pumping causes impairment to the BLM Water Right No's 13-276 (Dove Creek Well) and/or 13-3305 (Salt Springs).
Dove Creek Pipeline Project#58724
Dove Creek Pipeline Project
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 04/19/2017
58684#58684 Abstract
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (UDWR) are proposing a land exchange that will result in UDOT acquiring approximately 22 acres at UDWR s Lee Kay Wildlife Management Area (Lee Kay WMA) northwest of SR-201 and 5600 West in Salt Lake County. UDOT will use the property for part of the footprint of the Mountain View Corridor. In return, UDWR will acquire approximately 5,520 acres adjoining its Lower Fish Creek Wildlife Management Area in Carbon County, southwest of Colton, Utah. The transactions will need to close simultaneously on or before May 19, 2017. In Salt Lake County, the simultaneous transactions will allow UDOT to proceed with construction of the Mountain View Corridor adjacent to the UDWR Lee Kay WMA. In Carbon County, the Lower Fish Creek WMA will be expanded by 5,500 acres. The acquisition at Lower Fish Creek WMA will provide residents expanded hunting and fishing opportunities in Carbon County. DWR will use prescribed grazing as a vegetation management tool after acquiring ownership of the Lower Fish Creek property.
Mountain View Corridor Phase 3 Property Exchange#58684
Mountain View Corridor Phase 3 Property Exchange
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Wildlife Resources 03/29/2017
58645#58645 Abstract
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah State Office has posted the proposed list of parcels for the upcoming internet-based quarterly competitive oil and gas lease sale, tentatively scheduled for June 12, 2017. The BLM plans to offer for lease 20 parcels covering 23,733 acres in the Richfield Field Office. The sale will be conducted utilizing the EnergyNet internet-based auction system. Additional details about the internet auction process are included in the Notice of Competitive Lease Sale (NCLS). All 20 parcels are identified as available to oil and gas leasing under the current resource management plan for the Field Office. More information about the parcels, including maps, the environmental assessment and unsigned Finding of No Significant Impact, can be found on the lease sales National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) project page on BLM s National NEPA Register at: http://bit.ly/2lEwIKY
June 2017 Oil and Gas Lease Sale Protest Period#58645
June 2017 Oil and Gas Lease Sale Protest Period
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 04/05/2017
58643#58643 Abstract
A copy of the draft Decision Notice and FONSI for the project is now available for public review and objections.
Lookout Point Mine EA#58643
Lookout Point Mine EA
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 04/18/2017
58642#58642 Abstract
The draft EA is now available for review. Public Hearing March 23, 2017, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Pleasant View City Council Chambers, 1st Floor 520 West Elberta Drive, Pleasant View City, UT 84414
Skyline Drive EA#58642
Skyline Drive EA
[view] Comment Period Open Utah Department of Transportation 04/03/2017
58607#58607 Abstract
Scoping The proposed action and initiation of scoping, an early and open process for determining the scope of issues to be addressed (40 CFR 1501.7). The project analysis area includes 36,750 acres of National Forest System (NFS) land on the Dixie National Forest, Pine Valley Ranger District. Approximately 11,096 acres have been identified for various treatments within the project area (Figure 1 Vicinity and Proposed Action Map). There are no designated wilderness areas within the project area. The project area encompasses a variety of vegetation types on the Pine Valley Ranger District. Elevation within the project area varies from 5,530 feet at the lowest point on Pinto Creek, to 7,940 feet near the base of Stoddard Mountain. At lower elevations the vegetation is a mosaic of scattered pinyon pine and juniper trees, sagebrush, and mountain brush. As elevations rise from the valley bottom the vegetation transitions to stands of pinyon-juniper woodland, mountain mahogany, and gamble oak-mountain shrub.
Pinto Watershed and Defensible Fire Space Improvement Project#58607
Pinto Watershed and Defensible Fire Space Improvement Project
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 04/12/2017
58582#58582 Abstract
The Deer Creek Mine has completed active coal mining and is undergoing mine closure procedures. As part of the closure procedures, the mine must address the management of intercepted groundwater. Deer Creek Mine is projected to have permanent post-mine gravity discharges at Deer Creek Canyon portals (south half of mine), and at Rilda Canyon portals (north half of mine) after final mine closure. This environmental assessment has been developed as a joint effort between both the BLM and the Forest Service. The purpose of the project is to provide for conveyance of the intercepted groundwater to a permitted discharge location, which will allow for final closure and reclamation of the mine, and to avoid potential contamination of the water resources on federal lands due to water with high levels of iron filling the mine and naturally flowing out of the portals in Rilda Canyon. The BLM and Forest Service must respond to the proposal in accordance with the objectives of their Land Use Plans, and fulfill their regulatory responsibilities to manage public lands for multiple uses.
Deer Creek Mine Closure#58582
Deer Creek Mine Closure
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 04/04/2017
58542#58542 Abstract
This notice constitutes the Director's Agenda to approve the Site Specific Plan permitting Salt Lake City to install a pedestrian bridge on the south side of Indiana Avenue on the Jordan River.
Director's Agenda Approving Site Specific Plan for Pedestrian Bridge(Jor...#58542
Director's Agenda Approving Site Specific Plan for Pedestrian Bridge(Jordan River)
[view] Comments Closed DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 03/22/2017
58482#58482 Abstract
Trust Lands Administration has received and accepted application to issue an agricultural lease for the purpose of irrigated crop production with associated infrastructure. The proposed site is approximately six miles northeast of the city of Green River, UT. The term of the lease would be for 20 years with the option to renew.
East Green River Agricultural Lease (SULA 1855)#58482
East Green River Agricultural Lease (SULA 1855)
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 03/28/2017
58462#58462 Abstract
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking comments on an environmental assessment (EA) that analyzes the potential impacts of a geophysical exploration project. Dawson Geophysical Company and Rose Petroleum, LLC propose to conduct a 3-D seismic study on approximately 38,700 acres located about 26 miles northwest of Moab, Utah in an area south of 1-70, between the Ruby Ranch Road and the Green River. The project area includes lands administered by the BLM, Utah State Trust Lands Administration, and private lands within Grand County, Utah. The EA includes a thorough description of the Gunnison Valley 3-D Seismic project, including applicant committed measures to minimize impacts, and provides an analysis of issues identified during scoping such as potential impacts to soils and water quality. The EA and specific project information, including maps, will be available at the BLM ePlanning website, http://go.usa.gov/x8d7G, beginning March 6, 2016.
Gunnison Valley 3-D Seismic Project#58462
Gunnison Valley 3-D Seismic Project
[view] Comments Closed DOI/Bureau of Land Management 03/16/2017
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