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59008#59008 Abstract
NPS has released the draft EA. Project objectives include redesigning the Zion National Park South Entrance Monument site and adjacent parking areas in order to enhance visitor safety, expand cultural resource protection measures and help mitigate factors contributing to vehicle congestion experienced at the South Entrance.
South Entrance Monument Site Reconfiguration #59008
South Entrance Monument Site Reconfiguration
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/National Park Service 05/12/2017
59005#59005 Abstract
Expand Bowery Haven Resort facilities to meet demonstrated public need. Proposed expansion includes new construction or expansion to the following: employee housing, laundry building, picnic pavilion, cafe, general store, RV park and water pipeline.
Bowery Haven Resort Expansion Project#59005
Bowery Haven Resort Expansion Project
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 05/10/2017
58985#58985 Abstract
The Utah Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program (AMRP) is planning the Maple Canyon Portal abandoned mine reclamation project. It is located approximately 6 miles west of Helper, Carbon County. The site location is in a side drainage of Spring Canyon near the historic mining town of Standardville. The project would consist of backfilling a coal mine portal. The opening was inventoried as 10'w x 4'h x 10'd and is a collapsed opening with wood timbers framing the opening. The opening will be backfilled using manual labor and involves taking fill material from the surrounding site and filling the void. Fill volume is approximately 15 cy. The timber framing is to be left in place and remain partially visible upon completion of work. The project would be conducted under the mandate of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA). Cultural, biological and paleontological surveys and consultations have been conducted for compliance with NEPA, ESA and NHPA Section 106. The reclamation design minimizes impact to these resources. The project is categorically excluded from further NEPA analysis under OSMRE s guidelines. Landowners have been identified and asked for consent to reclaim abandoned mines on their land. Consent is documented in a signed Right of Entry agreement. If the landowner denies consent that will be documented in writing.
Maple Canyon Portal Abandoned Mine Reclamation Project#58985
Maple Canyon Portal Abandoned Mine Reclamation Project
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 05/05/2017
58984#58984 Abstract
The Utah Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program (AMRP) is planning the Mohrland Culvert Maintenance abandoned mine reclamation project, located approximately eight miles northwest of Huntington, Emery County. The proposed work consists of the stabilization of a failing abandoned coal mine-related feature. The feature is a historic culvert approximately 12 feet wide by 10 feet high by 216 feet long constructed of walls made of large (2 cubic feet average) sandstone blocks and a concrete top. The culvert conveys Cedar Creek through a level area of fill created by the mining company for a mine yard. Portions of the lower courses of block have washed out, undermining the wall and threatening the integrity of the culvert structure. This reclamation project is required to save the historic sandstone culvert from further deterioration and collapse and to prevent blockage and damming of Cedar Creek where it flows through the culvert. The scope of work involves removal of the failed blocks to clear a workspace, filling a void space behind the wall with polyurethane foam, replacement of the failed blocks with reinforced concrete, and grouting of additional gaps in the wall. In addition, failing surface runoff control features (clogged ditches and CMP culverts) will be cleared and a gully will be filled with rock to manage surface erosion. Equipment - hand tools, concrete truck, excavator, and dump truck The project would be conducted under the mandate of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA). Cultural, biological and paleontological surveys and consultations have been conducted for compliance with NEPA, ESA and NHPA Section 106. The reclamation design minimizes impact to these resources. The project is categorically excluded from further NEPA analysis under OSMRE s guidelines. Landowners have been identified and asked for consent to reclaim abandoned mines on their land. Consent is documented in a signed Right of Entry agreement. If the landowner denies consent that will be documented in writing.
Mohrland Culvert Maintenance Abandoned Mine Reclamation Project#58984
Mohrland Culvert Maintenance Abandoned Mine Reclamation Project
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 05/05/2017
58983#58983 Abstract
The Utah Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program (AMRP) is planning the Williams Mine abandoned mine reclamation project, located approximately 2.5 miles east of the town of Emery, Emery County. The project consists of a test excavation of a caved mine portal to determine adequacy of closure and excavation and burial of approximately 200 cubic yards of coal refuse. The project will protect public safety, keep coal from entering Muddy Creek, and enhance range and habitat quality. The project would be conducted under the mandate of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA). Cultural, biological and paleontological surveys and consultations have been conducted for compliance with NEPA, ESA and NHPA Section 106. The reclamation design minimizes impact to these resources. The project is categorically excluded from further NEPA analysis under OSMRE s guidelines. Landowners have been identified and asked for consent to reclaim abandoned mines on their land. Consent is documented in a signed Right of Entry agreement. If the landowner denies consent that will be documented in writing.
Williams Mine Abandoned Mine Reclamation Project#58983
Williams Mine Abandoned Mine Reclamation Project
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 05/05/2017
58982#58982 Abstract
The Utah Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program (AMRP) is planning the Cowboy-Consol abandoned mine reclamation project, located approximately five miles south of the town of Emery, Emery County. The project consists of excavation and burial of 800 cubic yards of coal refuse, installation of a gate in a mine portal, removal of a mine road, and revegetation of disturbance. The project will protect public safety and enhance range and habitat quality. The project would be conducted under the mandate of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA). Cultural, biological and paleontological surveys and consultations have been conducted for compliance with NEPA, ESA and NHPA Section 106. The reclamation design minimizes impact to these resources. The project is categorically excluded from further NEPA analysis under OSMRE s guidelines. Landowners have been identified and asked for consent to reclaim abandoned mines on their land. Consent is documented in a signed Right of Entry agreement. If the landowner denies consent that will be documented in writing.
Cowboy-Consol Abandoned Mine Reclamation Project#58982
Cowboy-Consol Abandoned Mine Reclamation Project
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 05/05/2017
58962#58962 Abstract
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources proposes to accept a donation of 14.4 acres of privately owned land, consisting of wetlands and a wet meadow in Uintah County, Utah, from Troy and Annette Meier. UDWR will use this site to create community fishing ponds. The land is located north of Maeser, and west of Vernal, Utah, near the mouth of Dry Fork Canyon. The construction work on the project (land contouring, digging ponds, etc.) will not start until Fall 2017, maybe in October. Acquisition however would close on June 15, 2017 as currently planned. The community fisheries project lead is: Natalie Boren, UDWR Aquatic Biologist, email is natalieboren@utah.gov, work phone 435-781-9453.
Old Fort Pond (Community Fishing Pond Vernal) at Fort Thornburgh#58962
Old Fort Pond (Community Fishing Pond Vernal) at Fort Thornburgh
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Wildlife Resources 05/25/2017
58904#58904 Abstract
This notice constitutes the Record of Decision approving the issuance of a General Permit for the purpose of dredging the Great Salt Lake Marina.
Record of Decision approving General Permit for Dredging(Great Salt Lake)#58904
Record of Decision approving General Permit for Dredging(Great Salt Lake)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 05/04/2017
58903#58903 Abstract
This notice constitutes the Director's Agenda to approve an Easement across the Jordan River for the purpose of installing and under ground fiber optic cable.
Director's Agenda Approving Fiber Optic Easement(Jordan River)#58903
Director's Agenda Approving Fiber Optic Easement(Jordan River)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 05/04/2017
58902#58902 Abstract
This notice constitutes the Record of Decision approving the issuance of a General permit for the purpose of installing a pedestrian bridge across the Jordan River at Indiana Avenue in SLC.
Record of Decision approving General Permit for a Pedestrian Bridge(Jord...#58902
Record of Decision approving General Permit for a Pedestrian Bridge(Jordan River)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 05/04/2017
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