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83443#83443 Abstract
The United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS), with assistance of the Town of Glenwood as the project sponsor, is considering measures to address flood control along the conveyance channel between the outlet of the Glenwood debris basin and the Cove River. USDA-NRCS will hold an online public meeting to provide information about the proposed project and to solicit comments. Technical studies are currently being conducted, with a Draft Plan-Environmental Assessment (EA) circulated to the public and agencies for review in early 2023. Agencies and stakeholders who may have interest or involvement in the project are invited to attend a virtual meeting: Wednesday, July 27, 2022 3:00 to 4:00 pm Place: Zoom.us Meeting ID: 870 7576 6014 Phone: (346) 248-7799 At this time, USDA-NRCS is requesting comments on the project to identify issues and resource sensitivities. For those who are unable to attend, the recorded presentation is available for viewing at: bit.ly/waterops
Glenwood Watershed Supplemental Plan No. 4 Scoping#83443
Glenwood Watershed Supplemental Plan No. 4 Scoping
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Natural Resources Conservation Service 08/10/2022
83423#83423 Abstract
The Wasatch Front Project would safeguard approximately 80 hazardous abandoned mine openings in the Wasatch Mountains. The mines are located in Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons in Salt Lake, Summit, Utah, and Wasatch counties. 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. Coordination with the U.S. Forest Service Salt Lake Ranger District is ongoing. Landowners are being identified and asked for consent to close abandoned mine openings on their land. Consent is documented in a signed Right of Entry agreement. If the landowner denies consent that will be documented in writing. The U.S. Forest Service Salt Lake Ranger District has issued a Decision Memo indicating the project is categorically excluded from NEPA analysis. The funding agency, USDOI Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, will complete a Categorical Exclusion Determination.
Wasatch Front Abandoned Mine Closure Project, AMR/035/907/L#83423
Wasatch Front Abandoned Mine Closure Project, AMR/035/907/L
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 07/12/2022
83403#83403 Abstract
The SLFO proposes to review and analyze multiple aspects in its long-term management of the wild horse population within the HMA. This effort would focus on the current wild horse numbers against the established Appropriate Management Level (AML), resource impacts (such as vegetation, wildlife, and socioeconomics), gather methods/frequency (immediate and long-term), data collection, identification/tracking/handling, fertility control options, wild horse use outside of the established HMA, emergency actions, and monitoring. Specifically, the SLFO proposes to gather and relocate excess wild horses to the low AML. The current population of wild horses on the HMA is estimated at 790 animals, (not including 2021 or 2022 foals), with the AML set at 190-390 wild horses. The SLFO estimates that over 600 wild horses would need be relocated from the HMA to achieve a low AML. The proposed gather would take place no sooner than fall 2022.
Cedar Mountain Herd Management Area Population Control#83403
Cedar Mountain Herd Management Area Population Control
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/25/2022
83383#83383 Abstract
Northwest Pipeline, LLC has submitted an easement application for a proposed cathodic protection station within the NE4SE4 of Section 2, T27S, R22E, SLB&M in San Juan County. The site will include a deep well ground bed and will serve the applicant's Ignacio/Sumas natural gas pipeline (ROW 434) near the Moab #2 Meter Station (SULA 1969). The proposed easement is 300 feet long and 40 feet wide, containing approximately 0.27 acre. The requested term is 30 years.
Cathodic protection station (CPS 2055)#83383
Cathodic protection station (CPS 2055)
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 07/14/2022
83343#83343 Abstract
The Town of Holden (Town) 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 and the Utah Division of Drinking Water in order to assess the potential environmental impacts of the Town s proposed culinary water system improvement project in Holden of Millard County, Utah. The Town s water system currently provides culinary water to approximately 234 residential, four commercial, 25 industrial and seven institutional connections. Sunrise Engineering, Inc. has recently completed a master plan for the water system in accordance with the State of Utah Rules Governing Drinking Water Systems (Rules). According to the Rules, the current required source capacity for the system was calculated to be 634 gallons per minute (gpm). The Town s culinary water system is currently supplied by the Bennet and McKee Springs located southeast of the Town and four water storage tanks. The springs have experienced a gradual decline in production over the past 10 years due to the impacts of the current drought. Based on the spring meter data reported by the Utah Division of Water Rights, the combined average yield of the springs is currently 239 gpm, resulting in a current source capacity deficit of 395 gpm. The system has been forced to limit water usage during the last several summers in order to maintain water in the tanks. The Town is also concerned with the age, condition, and deterioration of two of its four water storage tanks. The Town has been limping these tanks along with ongoing repairs over the past several years. The Town would like to replace these two old tanks with a single new one to provide additional system security and simplify the operation of the tanks. The system is currently supplied with a single 10-inch diameter line from the tanks to the system. The distribution system capacity is limited by this single undersized line. The Town intends to install a second tank supply line from the tanks to the system to provide redundancy and greatly increase the capacity of the system to provide adequate pressures and fire flow under peak day demands.
Holden Proposed Culinary Water System Improvement Project#83343
Holden Proposed Culinary Water System Improvement Project
[view] Comment Period Open Other/Private Organization 07/25/2022
83323#83323 Abstract
A1 Lithium, Inc. submitted a Plan of Exploration to conduct mineral exploration by re-entering two previously cored, plugged, and abandoned oil and gas wells to test brines for economic quantities of lithium, bromine, and other potential economic locatable minerals in its unpatented placer mining claims. The proposed wells for exploration are Mineral Canyon Feder #1-3 and Sunburst #1, located off State Route 313 in Grand County, Utah. The proposed timeline would not exceed 24 months for all phases of operation, including hole abandonment and reclamation.
A-1 Lithium Incorporated Mineral Exploration Project#83323
A-1 Lithium Incorporated Mineral Exploration Project
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 06/22/2022
83303#83303 Abstract
PROPOSED ACTION The BLM proposes to repair the Mill Canyon Dinosaur Tracksite Trail using safer and more durable materials than those utilized in the original raised wooden boardwalk. The new walkway would have nearly the same footprint as the old wooden boardwalk. The BLM would also replace the platform under the shade structure, and the platform which access the interpreted crocodile slide. The proposed walkway would be a continuous structure constructed of tubular steel and concrete, supported by steel legs and feet to spread out the weight of the structure. Proposed access would be via a route identified during paleontological review that traverses over several feet of sediment. The access would be via north of the tracksite and west of the fence and shade structure. All areas of potential impact have been surveyed for paleontological resources, and areas of avoidance would be clearly marked on maps and on the ground for work crews. Design features, such as the use of stall mats and plastic sheeting during concrete work, were developed to reduce impacts to the paleontological resources at the site. Please see Section 2.2 of the environmental assessment for a detailed description of the proposed action.
Rebuilding the Mill Canyon Dinosaur Tracksite Trail#83303
Rebuilding the Mill Canyon Dinosaur Tracksite Trail
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/19/2022
83283#83283 Abstract
Valence Resources, LLC. proposes to drill the Earp #1 well (wildcat) on State lease 35S26E210000, San Juan County, Utah. This action is being presented to the RDCC for consideration of resource issues affecting state interests. The Division of Oil, Gas and Mining is the primary administrative agency in this action and must issue approval before operations commence.
Application for Permit to Drill#83283
Application for Permit to Drill
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 07/07/2022
83243#83243 Abstract
o The Secretary of the Interior has directed the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) to begin work to develop operating strategies for the continued coordinated operation of Lake Powell and Lake Mead. A number of reservoir and water management decisional documents and agreements that govern operation of Colorado River facilities and management of Colorado River water are currently scheduled to expire at the end of 2026. These include the December 2007 Colorado River Interim Guidelines for Lower Basin Shortages and Coordinated Operations for Lake Powell and Lake Mead (2007 Interim Guidelines), among other important management documents, both within the United States, as well as international agreements between the United States and Mexico pursuant to the United States-Mexico Treaty on Utilization of Waters of the Colorado and Tijuana Rivers and of the Rio Grande (1944 Water Treaty). o Reclamation will host two public webinars to summarize the content and purpose of this Federal Register notice. The webinars will take place on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. (MDT), and on Thursday, July 14, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. (MDT).
Development of Post-2026 Colorado River Reservoir Operational Strategies...#83243
Development of Post-2026 Colorado River Reservoir Operational Strategies for Lake Powell and Lake Mead Under Historically Low Reservoir Conditions
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Reclamation 08/25/2022
83224#83224 Abstract
To perform 93 geotechnical explorations, including 65 cone penetration tests (CPTs) and 28 hollow stem auger borings (HSAB). These explorations will provide data to develop detailed stratigraphy and samples for laboratory testing to support seepage, stability, settlement, and liquefaction evaluations of the Surplus Canal levee system for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) accreditation. The exploration program can also support analysis of the levees where Salt Lake County (SLCo) Flood Control may be required to make improvements to the levee system to meet the requirements of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) regulations.
Jordan River Project, an existing federal flood risk management project#83224
Jordan River Project, an existing federal flood risk management project
[view] Comment Period Open Department of Army/Corps of Engineers 07/18/2022
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