Background on the Scoping Process LPP

While the environmental impact statement process is starting anew under the Bureau of Reclamation, which recently took over management of the project, it will also be building upon data and…

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Comments are Public

From the BLM’s Notice of Intent: “Written comments we receive become part of the administrative record. Before including your address, phone number, email address, or other personal identifying information in…

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How to Submit Your Scoping Comment

How to Submit Your Scoping Comment – Due Monday January 6, 2020 You may submit written comments by any of the following methods: Best Method- Email: BLM_UT_NorthernCorridor@blm.gov Please don’t forget…

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BACKGROUND

Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) are working together to analyze the proposed Northern Corridor Highway and Zone 6 Mitigation. What is Zone 6…

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Wildlife and Plants in the NCA/Reserve

Northern Corridor Highway impacts to wildlife. READ MORE Shivwits Milkvetch, endangered Virgin River chub, endangered Woundfin, endangered  California condor, endangered  Mexican spotted owl, threatened  Southwestern willow flycatcher, endangered Western yellow-billed…

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Community Transportation Alternatives

Alternative road improvements outside the NCA. READ MORE  Red Hills Parkway to I-15 Fly-Overs or Viaducts  Red Hills Parkway and Buena Vista Blvd. Improvements between I-15 exits 8 and 13…

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Points for Highway Scoping Comments

Comments are due January 6, 2020 HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR COMMENT COMMENTS ARE PUBLIC PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR CONCERNS ABOUT THE HIGHWAY AND WHAT POINTS YOU THINK SHOULD BE ANALYSED IN…

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