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70043#70043 Abstract
Project Scoping Opportunity on Amendments to Forest Service Land Management Plans for Canada Lynx The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is proposing to remove obsolete standards, guidelines, and definitions from the 2003 Revised Forest Plan for the Uinta-Wasatch Cache National Forest and the 2003 Land and Resource Management Plan for the Uinta National Forest that were adopted from the 2000 Canada Lynx Conservation Assessment and Strategy. The Forest is proposing these amendments so that future management for Canada lynx habitat and its prey can be consistent with the best available scientific information. The responsible official is Forest Supervisor of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
Land Management Plans for Canada Lynx Project Scoping#70043
Land Management Plans for Canada Lynx Project Scoping
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 08/01/2019
70023#70023 Abstract
On May 24, 2019, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published in the Federal Register an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) to solicit broad feedback on different approaches to establish an emission reduction credit (ERC) bank for ozone precursors, specifically volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and nitrogen oxides (NOX), as part of a Clean Air Act (CAA) Federal Implementation Plan (FIP) applicable to stationary sources on Indian country lands within the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation (U&O Reservation). The purpose of the ANPRM (84 FR 24064) was to solicit broad feedback on different approaches to establish an ERC bank for ozone precursors. Such ERCs may be generated and used for several air quality planning purposes. Specifically, the credits could be used in assisting in achievement of the ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS), general conformity demonstrations, and nonattainment new source review (NNSR) permitting related to development of new VOC and NOX emissions sources in the Uinta Basin Ozone Nonattainment Area in Utah. The EPA designated portions of the Uinta Basin region nonattainment for the 2015 Ozone NAAQS, effective August 3, 2018.
Federal Implementation Plan to Establish a Bank for Ozone Precursor Emis...#70023
Federal Implementation Plan to Establish a Bank for Ozone Precursor Emission Reduction Credits within the Uinta Basin
[view] Comment Period Open Environmental Protection Agency 08/02/2019
70003#70003 Abstract
An Environmental Assessment has been prepared to evaluate potential impacts of a BLM proposal to improve the Jem Trailhead and Sheep Bridge Trailhead. The trailheads are located in Washington County, Utah, on public lands administered by the St. George Field Office. Both trailheads are located within the Hurricane Cliffs Recreation Area, south of the Town of Virgin and east of Hurricane City. Access to Jem Trailhead is from SR 59 and access to Sheep Bridge Trailhead is from Sheep Bridge Road. The proposed action includes the following for Jem Trailhead: Expansion and improvement of the current access road and parking surface to accommodate approximately 40 passenger vehicles; Removal of the existing wooden fence, vehicle gate, register box, and bike rideover; Installation of a new wood 3-rail fence to delineate the parking area; Installation of a new features including a vault toilet restroom, a register/brochure box, a vehicle gate, a OHV-bike rideover, a trailhead identification sign; Relocation of the existing bicycle repair station and information kiosk; and Installation of drainage culverts on access road. The proposed action includes the following for Sheep Bridge Trailhead: Expansion and improvement of the current access road and parking surface to accommodate approximately 50 passenger vehicles; Installation of a new wood 3-rail fence to delineate the parking area; and Installation of a new vault toilet restroom, a new trailhead identification sign, a new trail register, a new bicycle repair station, and a new information kiosk.
Jem Trailhead & Sheep Bridge Trailhead Improvements#70003
Jem Trailhead & Sheep Bridge Trailhead Improvements
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/29/2019
69983#69983 Abstract
The Ashley National Forest is planning to prepare a Revised Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Duchesne Roosevelt District Wide Range Improvement Project. The Ashley NF proposes to modify one portion of the Duchesne Roosevelt District Wide Range Improvement Project. The decision for that project was signed on 07/27/2018. This project would only revise one part of the previous decision. The revised portion includes the Sowers Canyon improvements to the original project. The original decision authorized 5.8 miles of pipeline in the main canyon and five side canyons and hollows, five water troughs, and a water tank at the start of Sowers Canyon. The planned revisions in Sowers Canyon include 4.0 additional miles of 1.5-inch diameter buried pipe down the main canyon, and side canyons and hollows, and five additional water troughs. There are four additional proposed side canyons and hollows that would provide water to livestock. Additionally, two water storage tanks would be installed in Trappers Canyon. The original water tanks are no longer proposed. These modifications would improve livestock distribution and grazing management by improving water access and water storage for livestock.
Revised Duchesne Roosevelt District Wide Range Improvement Project#69983
Revised Duchesne Roosevelt District Wide Range Improvement Project
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 08/12/2019
69963#69963 Abstract
Mount Pleasant City (City) is in the process of performing an environmental review pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Rural Development in order to assess the potential environmental impacts of the City s proposed Culinary Water System Improvements Project in Sanpete County, Utah. The City has three springs (Sneak, Barton and Coal Fork) which feed the culinary water system through a shared transmission line. However, the Sneak Spring has been identified to be under the direct influence of surface water. As of September 11, 2014, the City has been turning out the water from the Sneak Spring which produces 300 gallons per minute (gpm) of culinary water. As a result, the City is currently 64 gpm short of meeting the source capacity requirement as prescribed by the State of Utah Rules for Public Drinking Water Systems. At the end of the 20-year planning period, that deficiency will increase to approximately 982 gpm without the Sneak Spring in operation.
Proposed Culinary Water System Improvements Project#69963
Proposed Culinary Water System Improvements Project
[view] Comment Period Open Other/Private Organization 08/08/2019
69944#69944 Abstract
EA has been prepared to disclose and analyze the environmental consequences of the Range Creek Wild Horse Herd Management Area Gather Plan as proposed by BLM Price Field Office.
Range Creek Wild Horse Gather and Herd Management Area Plan#69944
Range Creek Wild Horse Gather and Herd Management Area Plan
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 08/07/2019
69943#69943 Abstract
The Bureau of Land Management - Utah State Office (BLM-Utah) is developing a State Protocol Agreement (Protocol) with the Utah State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO). The purpose of this Protocol is to outline how the BLM-Utah and the Utah SHPO will comply with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). The authority and requirements of this Protocol are contained within the National Programmatic Agreement (nPA) between the BLM, the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers, and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (2012). Portions of this Protocol are similar to the original Protocol signed by BLM-Utah and the SHPO in 2001. Click on the "Links" link on the left hand side of the screen to find a path to the nPA.
State Protocol Agreement between BLM Utah and Utah SHPO#69943
State Protocol Agreement between BLM Utah and Utah SHPO
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 08/06/2019
69923#69923 Abstract
The Red and Fry Canyon Abandoned Mine Closure Project would safeguard approximately 63 hazardous abandoned mine openings in the White Canyon Mining District. The mines are located east of Lake Powell and west of Blanding in San Juan County. 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 safeguard design minimizes impact to these resources. All work for this project is on BLM lands. Both the BLM and the USDOI Office of Surface Mining will complete Categorical Exclusion Determinations for the project.
Red and Fry Canyon Abandoned Mine Closure Project, AMR/037/911#69923
Red and Fry Canyon Abandoned Mine Closure Project, AMR/037/911
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 07/30/2019
69903#69903 Abstract
General Description and Purpose of Application: Sidney D. Winters, 2278 Spruce View Court, Salt Lake City, UT, 84109, has submitted a commercial lease application for approximately 1 acres of Trust Lands near Bear Lake in Rich County. The applicant desires to use the property to develop a water tank and delivery system for a nearby private residential development project. The applicant plans to expend their own capital on to the property to fully develop the parcel as intended which is estimated at 1.7 million dollars. The applicant has not claimed business confidentially. The properties are located in Township 14 North, Range 6 East, Section 33, (.9 acres within)
Special Use Lease Agreement No. 1917#69903
Special Use Lease Agreement No. 1917
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 08/12/2019
69869#69869 Abstract
This notice constitutes the Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00339 regarding a stormwater outfall adjacent to Amanda Lane in Saratoga Springs, Utah.
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00339 (UTAH LAKE)#69869
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00339 (UTAH LAKE)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 07/23/2019
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