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Legal Notice Of Decision

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USDA Forest Service
Manti - La Sal National Forest

	The Manti-La Sal National Forest has decided to grant Emery County
two new Public Road Easements for Reeder View Subdivision Road (Forest
Road #52172) and a portion of Miller Flat Road (Forest Road #50014),
and approve Emery County's proposal to redesign, reconstruct, and pave
these roads with asphalt. The total length would be approximately 1.3
miles of pavement.  The existing culverts and ditches will be
replaced, vegetation within the new R-O-W will be removed, and the
maintenance class will change from Level 3 to Level 5. Standard design
features for road reconstruction will be applied to minimize erosion,
ensure public safety, and re-vegetate disturbed areas. Miller Flat
Road and Reeder View Subdivision Road are located in the Joe's Valley
area approximately 15 miles east of the town of Orangeville, UT.
Paving is anticipated to begin this September.

	The Responsible Official is:  Pam Brown, Forest Supervisor, Manti-La
Sal National Forest. A copy of the Decision Notice, Finding of No
Significant Impact, Environmental Assessment, and other associated
environmental analysis documents are available for public review at
the Manti-La Sal National Forest Supervisor's Office, 599 West Price
River Road, Price, Utah 84501 or on the project website at

	This decision is subject to appeal pursuant to Forest Service
regulations at 36 CFR 215.  Appeals must meet the content requirements
of 36 CFR 215.14.  Only individuals or organizations that submitted
comments or otherwise expressed interest in the project during the
comment period may appeal.  Appeals must be postmarked or received by
the Appeal Deciding Officer within 45 days of the publication of this
notice in the Sun Advocate.  This date is the exclusive means for
calculating the time to file an appeal.  Timeframe information from
other sources should not be relied on.  Incorporation of documents by
reference is not allowed.  The Appeal Deciding Officer is Harv
Forsgren, Regional Forester.  Appeals must be sent to:  Appeal
Deciding Officer, Intermountain Region USFS, 324 25th Street, Ogden,
Utah 84401; or by fax to 801-625-5277; or by email to:  Emailed appeals must be
submitted in rich text (rtf), Word (doc of docx) or portable document
format (pdf) and must include the project name in the subject line. 
Appeals may also be hand delivered to the above address, during
regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through

	If no appeal is received within the 45-day time period,
implementation of this decision may begin on, but not before, the 5th
business day following the close of the appeal filing period. If an
appeal is received, implementation may not occur for 15 days following
the date of appeal disposition.  If you have any questions or would
like a copy of the Decision Notice and FONSI sent to you, please
contact Nathan Lewis, 599 West Price River Drive, Price, UT  84501 or
call (435) 636-3515.
Published in the Emery County Progress August 3, 2010.

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