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76083#76083 Abstract
The proposed action is to remediate physical safety hazards for the identified features beginning in the fall of 2020, subject to surface owner consent agreements. Given the size of the project, the closure work will likely be broken up into three phases to make the work more manageable for the closure contractor. The remediation work would consist of back-filling shafts and adits with adjacent mine dump material or closing them with masonry walls, steel grates, or foam plugs. Areas re-disturbed by the project work would be re-vegetated. The closure work would be done with rubber tired and track mounted backhoes and manual labor. Surface disturbance should be localized and limited to the immediate vicinity of the mine openings and necessary access routes.
Topache Peak Abandoned Mine Reclamation #76083
Topache Peak Abandoned Mine Reclamation
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/12/2020
76064#76064 Abstract
A lease by application (LBA) was submitted by UtahAmerican Energy, Inc. (UEI) to the U.S. Department of the Interior (USDI), Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for the 4,231.40-acre Williams Draw tract (or LBA area, both terms are used interchangeably), which is contiguous with currently leased federal coal reserves at the existing UEI Lila Canyon Mine. The LBA area is located in the central Book Cliffs, Book Cliffs coal field, in the Book Cliffs Known Recoverable Coal Resource Area. All of the coal reserves in the Williams Draw tract, estimated at approximately 32 million tons of recoverable coal, are administered by the BLM. The Williams Draw LBA contains high quality, recoverable coal reserves suitable for underground mining as a continuation of UEI s active Lila Canyon Mine, or as a stand-alone lease, suitable for a new lessee. The Environmental Assessment will identify the potential impacts from leasing and mining the coal from the active Lila Canyon Mine and does not contemplate new mine facilities. The public is invited to attend a public meeting/hearing on Wednesday, September 30 from 7-9 p.m to learn more about this project and to provide comments. Please visit our registration page to attend. Attendees who register in advance and are from the local area will be given priority in providing comments.
Williams Draw Lease by Application#76064
Williams Draw Lease by Application
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/12/2020
76063#76063 Abstract
Canyon Fuel Company (CFC), LLC has submitted an Application for a Federal Coal Exploration License as required in 43 CFR 3410 in order to obtain approval to conduct coal exploration and reclamation activities. The coal exploration plan proposed by CFC consists of five drill holes in the Little Eccles Canyon Area, approximately six miles southwest of the Skyline Mine Portal site in Eccles Canyon, and eight miles southwest of the town of Scofield, in Sanpete County, Utah. Approval of the proposed action would allow helicopter assisted drilling activities and conventional drilling using truck mounted rigs.
Little Eccles Canyon Drilling Exploration Licence Application#76063
Little Eccles Canyon Drilling Exploration Licence Application
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/12/2020
76043#76043 Abstract
This notice constitutes a Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 730-00260 regarding a non-commercial boat ramp at Bear Lake.
Record of Decision Approving General Permit 730-00258 (Bear Lake)#76043
Record of Decision Approving General Permit 730-00258 (Bear Lake)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 10/01/2020
76026#76026 Abstract
The grazing permittee on the Skull Valley allotment has reported that the well (located in Township 2 South, Range 10 West, Section 16) that feeds the existing pipeline system to the west has gone dry. The existing pipeline/water delivery system provides important infrastructure for both permitted grazing operations as well as for wildlife and wild horses within the Cedar Herd Management Area. The proposed action includes installing a new pipeline and a buried storage tank by trenching along Class B county roads to connect existing pipelines that are located east and west of the Cedar Mountains, in Tooele County. The United States reserved UTU-80753 [the ROW is 30 feet wide and contains varying pipe diameters]; the proposed action would amend the right-of-way to include an additional approximately 6.8 miles of new pipeline along the Cedar Mountain Road, a Tooele County Class B road, and an approximately 0.7 miles of new pipeline on BLM-managed lands on the South Cedar Mountain Road, also a Tooele County Class B Road. This pipeline and the storage tank would be buried, and the surface would be reclaimed and re-seeded. The water storage tank would be located in a single location, and would have a capacity for 15,000 to 20,000 gallons (perhaps broken into two tanks). Initial construction work would be completed by Ensign Ranches, under an existing Cooperative Agreement. This pipeline would close the gaps between existing pipelines to form a single pipeline system. Combining these pipelines into one system would ensure a consistent supply of water through the whole pipeline system, even if one of the water sources were to reduce or lose flow. The new section of pipeline would total approximately 43,790 ft. long. The entire project will be located outside of the designated Cedar Mountain Wilderness. A short section (~0.75 miles) of new pipeline and one solar pump will need to be installed on lands managed by the State of Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration; the remainder of the affected land is administered by the BLM.
Rydalch Pass Pipeline Connection#76026
Rydalch Pass Pipeline Connection
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/07/2020
76006#76006 Abstract
This notice constitutes a Director's Agenda approving Easement No. 400-00608 regarding a fiber optic cable beneath the Jordan River in Lehi, Utah.
Director's Agenda approving Easement No. 400-00608 (JORDAN RIVER)#76006
Director's Agenda approving Easement No. 400-00608 (JORDAN RIVER)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 09/23/2020
76005#76005 Abstract
This notice constitutes the Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00353 regarding a boat ramp adjacent to Redwood Road in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00353 (JORDAN RIVER)#76005
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00353 (JORDAN RIVER)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 09/23/2020
76004#76004 Abstract
This notice constitutes a Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00352 regarding a boat ramp adjacent to North Temple Street in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00352 (JORDAN RIVER)#76004
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00352 (JORDAN RIVER)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 09/23/2020
76003#76003 Abstract
This notice constitutes the Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00351 regarding a boat ramp at the Fisher Mansion site in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00351 (JORDAN RIVER)#76003
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00351 (JORDAN RIVER)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 09/23/2020
75983#75983 Abstract
During Operations: No blasting is currently planned for the quarry. Material is removed using a tracked excavator. Rock from the quarry is excavated using tracked excavators, loaders, and trucks for hauling. The stone is removed from the face of the highwall along the natural dip angle of the bedded rock. It is split by hand, cut to specific sizes with a guillotine, or tumbled, and then stacked on pallets for shipping. Waste rock material is added to the existing dumps. Topsoil will be salvaged and placed in stockpiles for final reclamation. Topsoil stockpiles will be protected from disturbance by seeding interim vegetation, using berms to prevent erosion by storm water, and using signs and/or structural controls, such as barricade stones to limit disturbance by vehicles or other equipment. Fuel will be stored in tanks with 110 percent secondary containment. In 2014 the operator began stabilizing the landslide area. Rock which was placed on the top of the slide was gradually pushing the slide down slope. The waste rock on top of the slide area was removed at that time, and some aggregate production will continue to reduce the volume of waste rock for the life of the mine. Since 2015, the slide has stabilized and the overall slope now closely matches the original contour of the landscape. After Operations: All facilities and structures will be removed, and all disturbed areas will be reclaimed. Trash and debris will be hauled to the county landfill. Waste dumps will be graded to a 3H:1V slope. On the steep east slope of the waste dump, if the operator is able to establish vegetation where the slope is steeper than 3H:1V, the operator may do so and request bond release after vegetation is established. Highwalls will be less than 1H:1V from toe to crest. The maximum height of the highwalls will be 80 feet. All roads will be reclaimed unless written request is received by the Division from the property owner. Along the shoulder of Brown s Canyon Road an adequate slope factor of safety will be maintained. Topsoil will be replaced with a minimum depth of six inches. Substitute soil, including manure or other organic matter, may be used to supplement available topsoil. All areas will be ripped to a minimum depth of one foot. Compacted surfaces, such as roads, will be ripped to a two-foot depth. The entire site will be seeded with an approved seed mix, designed to meet the postmining land use of grazing and wildlife habitat. Final configuration is expected to be covered with grass, sagebrush, and oak.
BROWNS CANYON MINE CVS, REVISION OF THE LMO#75983
BROWNS CANYON MINE CVS, REVISION OF THE LMO
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 10/13/2020
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