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79353#79353 Abstract
o EPA is rescinding the final rule entitled Increasing Consistency and Transparency in Considering Benefits and Costs in the Clean Air Act Rulemaking Process. The EPA is rescinding the rule because the changes advanced by the rule were inadvisable, untethered to the CAA, and not necessary to effectuate the purposes of the Act. o EPA will hold a virtual public hearing on Wednesday, June 9, 2021. o The comment period ends June 14, 2021.
Rescinding the Rule on Increasing Consistency and Transparency in Consid...#79353
Rescinding the Rule on Increasing Consistency and Transparency in Considering Benefits and Costs in the Clean Air Act Rulemaking Process: Interim final rule; request for comments
[view] Comment Period Open Environmental Protection Agency 06/07/2021
79323#79323 Abstract
SITLA is proposing three new water developments on the southern end of the Henry Mountains. One is a spring in the Cass Creek drainage including the installation of a collection box and the installation of approximately 2,300 feet of new pipeline across SITLA lands in order to connect to an existing pipeline/water system to supplement decreasing flows in that existing system. The other two include drilling two new wells on two other SITLA sections near Muley Creek and Butt Canyon. A solar pump system with a short pipeline and trough at each location will be installed. The purpose of the proposal is to increase reliable water sources for wildlife and livestock across multiple allotments.
Pennell, Bullfrog, Waterpocket & Rockies Allotments Water Development Pr...#79323
Pennell, Bullfrog, Waterpocket & Rockies Allotments Water Development Project
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 06/01/2021
79285#79285 Abstract
Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest Weber County, Utah The Ogden Ranger District of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest (UWCNF) has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) for a proposal to construct a helibase on National Forest System lands near the town of Huntsville and Pineview Reservoir in Weber County, Utah. The helibase would be used to house the Wasatch Helitack crew and up to three helicopters. The crew and helicopters are critical resources used in the suppression of wildland fires across northern Utah (on all land jurisdictions) and elsewhere throughout the country. They also play a key role in the implementation of hazardous fuels reduction projects throughout the region.
Wasatch Helibase Project#79285
Wasatch Helibase Project
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 05/25/2021
79284#79284 Abstract
The United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS), with assistance from Cache Water District as the project sponsor, and several co-sponsors including Cache County, Wellsville City Irrigation Company, Wellsville City, Mendon City, and Wellsville Mendon Conservation District, are considering proposed improvements within the Wellsville Canyon and Threemile Creek Watersheds, in Cache County, UT. The proposed project would prevent or reduce flooding, enhance wildlife habitat, and improve irrigation water delivery.
Wellsville-Mendon Watershed Plan#79284
Wellsville-Mendon Watershed Plan
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Natural Resources Conservation Service 05/24/2021
79283#79283 Abstract
The United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS), with assistance from Kanosh Town as the project sponsor, and Corn Creek Irrigation Company as project co sponsor, is considering proposed improvements within the Corn Creek Watershed, Millard County. The main objective of the project is to address concerns about flooding potential, potential failure of the existing debris basin due to seepage that is occurring in the embankment's foundation and water , shortages each irrigation season caused by reduced flow in Corn Creek as the year progresses, which increases demand on groundwater resources, limits crop production and cropping options, and impacts economic development in Kanosh.
Corn Creek Watershed Plan EA#79283
Corn Creek Watershed Plan EA
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Natural Resources Conservation Service 05/25/2021
79263#79263 Abstract
Three seismometers will be placed at the bottom of three150' deep wells which will be drilled.
Seismic monitoring equipment in shallow wells.#79263
Seismic monitoring equipment in shallow wells.
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 05/20/2021
79243#79243 Abstract
Overview: The Fremont Solar, LLC (Applicant) Fremont Solar Telecommunication and Access Road Right-of-Way Project (Project) on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) administered land (see Figure 1) involves the construction of an underground fiber optic line to provide telecommunication needs for the proposed Fremont solar facility. The Project also involves the construction of an access road adjacent to the fiber optic line for access and maintenance. Applicant Purpose and Need: The Project would provide the necessary data transmission (fiber) and access from a future solar facility (Fremont Solar) to existing data transmission lines and road infrastructure. The Fremont solar facility and infrastructure are located on private land. Right-of-Way: The requested ROW would be approximately 100 feet wide and 0.6 mile long. The ROW would accommodate a minimum of 50 feet for the underground line, and a 40-foot-wide access road. The proposed fiber optic line consists of one underground cable to transmit data from the proposed Fremont solar facility to existing fiber optic line along the county road. The proposed access road would consist of a40-foot-wide gravel (unpaved) road adjacent to the fiber optic line. The requested ROW is aligned roughly southeast to northwest, west of Utah Interstate 15 (I-15), between the I-15 Frontage Road and the southeast corner of Fremont Solar. Customer Service Standard: This project is anticipated to meet the BLM ROW customer service standards. An exception to this standard is Secretarial Order 3395; which places a 60-day temporary suspension on issuing ROWs, leases, and permit; see Sec.3 of SO-3395. The suspension window is January 20 through March 19, 2021. SO-3395 is not anticipated to impact this project as this project is in the processing and early NEPA phases. Should the SO-3395 get extended, the BLM might request permission from higher-up to proceed with this project per Sec. 4 of the SO-3395.
Fremont Fiber and Access ROW#79243
Fremont Fiber and Access ROW
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 05/19/2021
79225#79225 Abstract
The Fishlake National Forest is deciding whether to consent to lease through the BLM two parcels for geothermal resources, UTU-086295 (T.24S, R.6W., Sec 32-33; 1,865 acres) and UTU-086298 (T.54S, R.6W., Sec 4-5,8; 1,180 acres) near Dog Valley, Utah. The two parcels cover an area of approximately 3,045 acres and encompass Forest lands open to fluid mineral leasing. The parcels would be offered for lease through a competitive sale by the BLM in or after October 2021. If not leased at the end of the competitive sale process, the parcels would then be available for noncompetitive leasing at later date. Geothermal resource exploration and production on the parcels would be conducted through leases with the BLM; would be subject to terms and stipulations identified in the environmental analysis; and would comply with all applicable federal and state laws. Subsequent proposals for exploration and/or development on specific parcels would be examined for conformance with the appropriate land use plan and must be analyzed as required by NEPA prior to implementation.
LEASING OF GEOTHERMAL PARCELS UTU-086295 AND UTU-086298#79225
LEASING OF GEOTHERMAL PARCELS UTU-086295 AND UTU-086298
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 06/01/2021
79224#79224 Abstract
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, published a final rule defining the scope of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) as it applies to conduct resulting in the injury or death of migratory birds protected by the MBTA. FWS is are now proposing to revoke that rule for the reasons set forth below. The effect of this proposed rule would be to return to implementing the MBTA as prohibiting incidental take and applying enforcement discretion, consistent with judicial precedent.
Regulations Governing Take of Migratory Birds; Proposed Rule#79224
Regulations Governing Take of Migratory Birds; Proposed Rule
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Fish and Wildlife Service 06/01/2021
79204#79204 Abstract
City of St. George has submitted an application to amend right-of-way grant UTU-78573 by adding an additional inlet/outlet pipeline in order to meet peak demands on the current water system. The City s current configuration allows water to drain from the tank faster than it is able to be refilled during summertime peak-hour-demands. The new line will provide a dedicated outlet for the tank, while the existing line will provide a dedicated inlet. The new configuration will also aid in turnover of water inside the Gap Wash tank, increasing the overall quality of water delivered to the public. The proposed pipeline is an 18-in. ductile iron line approximately 2,267 feet in length and would be installed adjacent to the current line, within the authorized 50-foot right-of-way area. An additional 100-foot temporary area is being requested during construction. Staging would be at the existing tank site and on private lands to the east of the proposed project area. The proposed alignment follows the access road to the Gap Wash tank which is also part of the Bear Claw Poppy Trail. A trackhoe will be used to excavate the pipeline trench. Trenches will be backfilled in a timely manner and open trenches will be limited to 500 feet in length. Spoils from the trench will be screened and used to backfill the trench after the pipe has been installed. It is anticipated that some water will be released during facility construction, and during routine maintenance procedures following construction.
City of St George Gap Wash Tank Amendment#79204
City of St George Gap Wash Tank Amendment
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 06/01/2021
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