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Public Notice Application for Phase III Bond Release Horse Canyon Mine UtahAmerican Energy , Inc. Permit C/007/013, Renewed 4/19/2011 Emery County, Utah

    Notice is hereby given that UtahAmerican Energy, Inc., 153 Highway
7 South, Powhatan Point, Ohio 43942, with R. Jay Marshall as Resident
Agent, P.O. Box 910, East Carbon, Utah 84520, has filed an application
with the Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Oil, Gas
and Mining for a Phase III bond release on  disturbed lands currently
in  Permit C/007/013 Part "A" pursuant to R645-301-880 and
R645-301-400 of the Utah Coal Program Regulations.  The permit area is
shown on the Cedar and Lila Point U.S. Geological Survey 7.5-minute
Quadrangle maps. The permit area affected is located in Emery County
and Carbon County, Utah as follows:

Township 16 South, Range 14 East, Salt Lake Base & Meridian

Section 9

	The Phase III bond release application is for Surety #ISM-2667 for
$8,000 for drainage ditch #31and covers a total of.49 acres. With the
Phase III bond release of the .49 acres, all bonds within Part "A" of 
the Horse Canyon Permit will have been released.  All areas within the
Horse Canyon Permit Part "A" meet the requirements of the regulations
for post mine land use of Wildlife Habitat, or
Residential/Recreational, including stabilization of lands,
restoration of drainages, and vegetation establishment

	Reclamation of  51.56  acres was completed in 1991 and were included
in Phase I and Phase II bond release. In 2009 Phase III bond release
was obtained on 91.97 acres leaving only the .49 acres now applied

	Written comments, objections and requests for an informal conference
on this proposal may be addressed to:

Utah Coal Program
Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining
1594 West North Temple, Suite 1210
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-5801

	Closing date for submission of such comments, objections and requests
for an informal conference on this proposal must be submitted within
30 days of the last publication..
Published in the Emery County Progress March 20, 27, April 3 and 10,

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