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    The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration
hereby gives notice that the following property is being considered
for disposal through sale in Emery County: Township 17 South, Range 6
East, SLB&M, Section 10: W½W½ (within) which contains 16.40
acres more or less. Any party asserting a claim to a temporary
easement or right of entry in the subject property pursuant to
72-5-203, Utah Code Annotated who wishes to make such easement or
right of entry permanent may file an appropriate application, as set
forth in Utah Administrative Rule R850-80-250(2).  Applications will
be accepted during the following period of time: From 7:00 A.M.
October 25, 2010 until 6:00 P.M. January 25, 2011 at  TRUST LANDS
ADMINISTRATION, 675 East 500 South, Suite 500, Salt Lake City, UT 
84102, (801) 538-5100.  Reference No.:  PS 8471.  Applications will be
evaluated pursuant to Sections 53C-1-302 and 72-5-203(1)(a)(i), Utah
Code Annotated.  If no application is received, or if an application
to make the temporary easement or right of entry permanent is not
approved, the temporary easement or right of entry will be
extinguished upon the execution of a certificate of sale.
    Pubilshed in the Emery County Progress October 19, 26 and November
2, 2010.

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