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69203#69203 Abstract
The Nature Conservancy has submitted an easement application for a proposed irrigation pipeline within the NW4NW4 of Section 11, T31S, R21E, SLB&M, in San Juan County. The pipeline would serve several fields of the Dugout Ranch located partially on trust lands (SULA 1457), which are not adequately served by the existing water supply method. The improved irrigation system will allow for more productive use of the fields, especially as spring pasture for the ranch's cattle. The proposed easement is approximately 750 feet long and 15 feet wide, containing approximately 0.26 acre. The requested term of the easement is 30 years.
New Easement No. 2264 - Dugout Ranch irrigation pipeline#69203
New Easement No. 2264 - Dugout Ranch irrigation pipeline
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 06/17/2019
69183#69183 Abstract
This notice constitutes the Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00325 regarding a pedestrian bridge across the Jordan River at the Three Creeks Confluence in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00325 (JORDAN RIVER)#69183
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00325 (JORDAN RIVER)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 06/06/2019
69145#69145 Abstract
The proposal would keep the road open to public use during the fall season when the area is used for turkey hunting and dispersed camping. If the proposal were to be implemented, the road would only be designated for use during the fall for visitor safety and to protect birds. The proposal does not affect access to the Fish Ford Campground or primitive boat ramp, which are open year-round. The Fish Ford area is approximately six miles south of Cisco, Utah, near the Utah-Colorado state-line. The remote two-track road starts beyond the Fish Ford campground and dead-ends after approximately 1.7 miles. The road is subject to flooding and rock fall due to its location in the active floodplain and next to steep cliffs. This area is important habitat for bald eagles and other birds, which are sensitive to disturbance during the spring nesting season. The road leads to dispersed camping areas and would be open for public access during the fall season. The BLM is seeking comments on the proposal and information about how people use this area to help inform decisions related to managing the road and nearby bald eagle summer foraging and nesting habitat.
Use of a Dead-End Road in the Fish Ford Area#69145
Use of a Dead-End Road in the Fish Ford Area
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 06/04/2019
69144#69144 Abstract
The Sacramento District is proposing to re-issue Regional General Permit (RGP) 3 for boat docks, associated decks and access, with modifications. The existing RGP 3 expires on September 9, 2019. The proposed RGP 3 would authorize his RGP would authorize the installation, repair, modification, replacement, or removal, of boat docks and associated decks and access within navigable waters of the United States in the Sacramento District boundaries of California, Colorado, Nevada, and Utah.
Proposed Modification and Reissuance of Regional General Permit 3, Boat ...#69144
Proposed Modification and Reissuance of Regional General Permit 3, Boat Docks and Associated Decks and Access
[view] Comment Period Open Department of Army/Corps of Engineers 06/12/2019
69143#69143 Abstract
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) St. George Field Office is seeking public comment on a proposal to sell two parcels of public land located near Virgin and St. George, Utah. The parcels are identified as available for disposal in the St. George Resource Management Plan as amended, and would be offered under the competitive sale process. The purpose of the proposed sale is to dispose of lands that are difficult and uneconomical to manage, and to purchase private inholdings from willing sellers within National Conservation Areas and Wilderness Areas in Washington County. The parcel near Virgin is 70 acres in size and the parcel near St. George is 10 acres. The BLM will host an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. on June 4, 2019, to discuss the scope of the analysis and issues for consideration on the proposed land sale. It will be held at the Virgin Town Hall, 114 South Mill Street, Virgin, Utah. Analysis of the proposal will be documented in an environmental assessment. The BLM seeks to inform interested and affected parties of the proposal and to solicit comments to assist with the National Environmental Policy Act review.
Virgin Land Sale Scoping#69143
Virgin Land Sale Scoping
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 06/14/2019
69123#69123 Abstract
Large volumes of wastewater are generated in the oil and gas industry, and projections show that these volumes will only increase. Currently the majority of this wastewater is managed by disposing of it using a practice known as underground injection, where that water can no longer be accessed or used. The limits of injection are evident in some areas, and new approaches are becoming necessary. Some states and stakeholders are asking whether it makes sense to continue to waste this water, particularly in water scarce areas of the country, and what steps would be necessary to treat and renew it for other purposes. The focus of the Agency s study will be to engage with states, tribes and stakeholders to consider available approaches to manage wastewater from both conventional and unconventional oil and gas extraction at onshore facilities. EPA s study will address questions such as how existing federal approaches to produced waterHelpProduced waterThe fluid brought up from the hydrocarbon-bearing strata during the extraction of oil and gas, and includes, where present, formation water, injection water, and any chemicals added downhole or during the oil/water separation process. [40 CFR 435.33 (v)] management under the Clean Water Act can interact more effectively with state and tribal regulations, requirements or policy needs, and whether potential federal regulations that may allow for broader discharge of treated produced water to surface waters are supported. EPA is particularly interested in working with its regulatory partners at the state level, who are at the forefront of the changing industry, and often manage complex water allocation programs under state law.
Study Oil and Gas Extraction Wastewater Management#69123
Study Oil and Gas Extraction Wastewater Management
[view] Comment Period Open Environmental Protection Agency 06/24/2019
69103#69103 Abstract
o The FY17 National Defense Authorization Act was signed into law in December 2016, with two primary requirements: 1) temporary closure of certain BLM lands in Utah to support the Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR) to enhance mission safety, and 2) directing the BLM to conduct a land exchange with the State of Utah to acquire the state lands within the temporary closure areas. o The exchange would consolidate both Federal and State land ownership, and would remove State ownership of lands where development would be incompatible with critical national defense uses of the Utah Test and Training Range. o Under the exchange, the United States would convey to the State up to approximately 95,740 acres of Federal lands or interests in land, including about 94,700 acres of surface and mineral estate, about 960 acres of surface only estate, about 71 acres of mineral only estate, and 19 water rights. o In exchange for the Federal lands or interests, the state would convey to the United States up to approximately 83,610 acres of non-federal lands or interests therein, including about DRAFT 70,170 acres of surface and mineral estate, about 13,440 acres of mineral only estate, and 4 water rights. Additionally, up to approximately 4,370 acres of surface and mineral estate in Washington County may be included in the exchange if needed for value equalization purposes. o A Community Resource Advisory Group was formed per the law requirements and a Draft Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) was created and sent out for public comment on April 10, 2018. The BLM and U.S. Air Force are working on signing a Final MOA. The public can sign up for notification of military testing closures on the Hill Air Force Base.
Utah Test and Training Range Land Exchange#69103
Utah Test and Training Range Land Exchange
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 06/17/2019
69083#69083 Abstract
FHWA on behalf of the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) published a Revised Notice of Intent (NOI) in the Federal Register on March 5, 2019. FHWA on behalf of UDOT is issuing this notice to advise the public that UDOT intends to revise the scope of the analysis of the Little Cottonwood Canyon project based on the anticipated 2019 2050 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) prepared by the Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC) and information collected from the public and agencies during the scoping process and development of the project need.
Revised Notice of Intent to prepare an EIS#69083
Revised Notice of Intent to prepare an EIS
[view] Comment Period Open Utah Department of Transportation 06/10/2019
69063#69063 Abstract
Record of Decision approving General Permit 730-00273 for Bear River Land Conservancy to implement a stream bank stabilization project on the Bear River in Trenton, UT. This project has already been submitted to RDCC for review of Stream Alteration Permit # 19-25-05SA (RDCC Project # 68827). Approval of General Permit 730-00273 is granted concurrently with the issuance of the stream alteration permit as provided in Utah Admin Code R652-70-1700.
Record of Decision approving Sovereign Land General Permit 730-00273#69063
Record of Decision approving Sovereign Land General Permit 730-00273
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 05/28/2019
69043#69043 Abstract
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Arizona Strip Field Office is encouraging public comments on a proposed change in management and other related actions concerning the Paria Canyon Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, located east of Kanab, Utah and west of Page, Arizona. A 45-day public comment period will run from May 8 to June 21, 2019. The proposed change would increase recreational opportunities and visitor access while preserving wilderness values, as directed in Secretarial Orders 3347 and 3366. The BLM is considering increasing daily visitor limits from 20 people to a maximum of 96 people per day (based on limits established in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument Resource Management Plan) in Coyote Buttes North where the geologic feature known as the Wave is located. No changes to permit numbers for Coyote Buttes South or Buckskin/Paria Canyon are proposed. The BLM is seeking public input regarding resource concerns, access, recreation opportunities, etc., that would be relevant to the analysis. Scoping meetings will be held at the following locations: June 4, 2019: 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Kanab Middle School, 690 S. Cowboy Way, Kanab, Utah. June 5, 2019: 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Courtyard by Marriott Page at Lake Powell, 600 Clubhouse Drive, Page, Arizona. June 6, 2019: 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Dixie Convention Center, 1835 South Convention Center Drive, St. George, Utah. Please provide comments via email to: blm_az_vcnm_pcvc_comments@blm.gov. Please include Paria Canyon Vermilion Cliffs Comments in the subject line. Comments may also be mailed to 345 East Riverside Drive, St. George, UT 84790 attention Brandon Boshell or sent by fax to (435) 688-3258. Based upon the issues identified, the BLM will assess the appropriate level of environmental analysis and documentation.
Proposed Change in Management of the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilde...#69043
Proposed Change in Management of the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness and other Related Actions
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 06/18/2019
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