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59625#59625 Abstract
Water rights, water usage, and water diversion has decreased the amount of available water for wildlife on the landscape. This project is to develop water sources on the Forest to provide for wildlife use and improve habitat suitability.
Dixie Wildlife Water Development Scoping#59625
Dixie Wildlife Water Development Scoping
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 07/12/2017
59624#59624 Abstract
The City of St. George has applied to the BLM to construct an Arsenic Treatment Plant on land administered by the BLM near Gunlock Reservoir. The purpose of the plant is to bring well water into drinking standards as set by the Environmental Protection Agency. The City would also build a new waterline within existing right-of-way to transport the treated water.
Gunlock Arsenic Treatment ROW#59624
Gunlock Arsenic Treatment ROW
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/03/2017
59623#59623 Abstract
The EA analyzes 64 parcels comprising 66,626 acres within Duchesne and Uintah counties, including approximately 2,080 acres of split-estate land. Air quality, cultural resources, lands with wilderness character, special status plants and animals, wildlife (including Greater Sage Grouse), and visuals are some of the key resources analyzed in detail.
December 2017 Oil and Gas Lease Sale Vernal Field Office#59623
December 2017 Oil and Gas Lease Sale Vernal Field Office
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/18/2017
59622#59622 Abstract
The BLM is seeking public comments on an environmental assessment (EA) analyzing BLM proposal to offer 15 parcels in Emery County, Utah for competitive oil and gas leasing. The final analyses, including your comments, will be used to develop a list of parcels to be leased at auction, and identify resource protection measures for the parcels. The public review and comment period begins June 22, 2017 and closes at 4:30 p.m. Friday, July 24, 2017. Comments are most useful when they identify issues relevant to the proposed action or contain new technical or scientific information. Comments that contain only opinions or preferences will not receive a formal response, but may be considered in the BLM decision-making process. Commenters should be aware that their entire comment, including personal identifying information, may be made publicly available at any time. Requests to withhold personal identifying information from public review can be submitted, but the BLM cannot guarantee that it will be able to do so.
December 2017 Oil and Gas Lease Sale Price Field Office#59622
December 2017 Oil and Gas Lease Sale Price Field Office
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/18/2017
59603#59603 Abstract
The Trust Lands Administration is proposing that the following land be offered for sale at public auction. Interest has been expressed in this land which would support a sale of this property. The property is 630 acres in size and is currently being used for agricultural purposes.
PS 8598 Modena Parcel#59603
PS 8598 Modena Parcel
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 07/26/2017
59602#59602 Abstract
The Trust Lands Administration is proposing that the following described land be offered for sale at public auction. Interest has been expressed in this land which would support a sale of this property. The property consists of two parcels of vacant land. One parcel containing 38.24 acres and the other parcel containing 40.29 acres. Total acres is 78.53 acres.
C 26744 Iron County/Enoch Donation Parcels#59602
C 26744 Iron County/Enoch Donation Parcels
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 07/27/2017
59583#59583 Abstract
The Trust Lands Administration is proposing that the following described land be offered for sale at public auction. Interest has been expressed in this land which would support a sale of this property. This property contains 120 acres Near Teasdale Utah.
C 26745 Public Sale, Teasdale Bench#59583
C 26745 Public Sale, Teasdale Bench
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 07/27/2017
59582#59582 Abstract
The BLM Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (GSENM) is considering a request from the Upper Paria Livestock Grazing Allotment Permittees (Allotment Permittees) to construct a new corral, approximately one mile southwest of Tropic, UT in Garfield County on the south side of GSENM Road #505.
Merrill's Bench Corral#59582
Merrill's Bench Corral
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/18/2017
59542#59542 Abstract
During Operations: Mining of bedrock will be conducted by ripping, drilling, blasting, and excavation/hauling. Mining benches will be 25 feet wide, generated in 40 foot lifts, and laid back approximately to an overall 1H:1V slope. Oversize material will be crushed utilizing dry crushers within the pit and stockpiled by a radial stacker for loading and transport to the screening and wash plant. Phase 1 includes a total disturbance of 335 acres. The mine operator abides by a fugitive dust control plan associated within the limitations and conditions of the Air Quality Approval Order for control of all dust sources associated with the quarry. After Operations: The rock highwalls will be benched and left with overall slopes of 1H:1V. The current permitted and bonded operating pad is at an elevation of about 4600-4700 feet above mean sea level. The pad will be eliminated, and the maximum final depth of the pit will be approximately 4100 feet. All support facilities and equipment for mining would be removed from the Phase I area at the end of Phase I mining. When mining is complete, all trash, oil, fuel, equipment, debris and structures will be removed from the site, and the site will be prepared for reclamation. All process facility buildings, except the silt filter press building, will be dismantled and removed from the site. The benches will begin to spall after 2 or 3 years making the slopes appear more even than benched. The benches will not be topsoiled due to access problems and safety. The benches will be aerially seeded one time. There will be no waste rock dumps. A four-foot safety berm will be kept in place with adequate warning signs every 150 feet along the perimeter.
Amended LMO#59542
Amended LMO
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 07/20/2017
59522#59522 Abstract
Custom Rock & Excavation, LLC have submitted an application for a Materials Permit for ordinary sand and gravel located in T34S, R8W, Sec 32, N2NW4. The applicant proposes to mine sand and gravel from material deposited within Dry Canyon nearby to Parowan Canyon. Materials from this site would be used for the Parowan and Brian Head markets. This proposal would be a new disturbance, and will be posted to the RDCC. The proposed permitted area is 80 acres. The proposed term of the permit is 5 years.
Proposed Sand and Gravel - MP #600#59522
Proposed Sand and Gravel - MP #600
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 07/17/2017
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