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	The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration has
received an application to remove ordinary sand and gravel from the
following described land:

Township 21 South, Range 14 East  SLB&M,
Section 2: W2 Lot 9, W2 Lot 16, Lot 10, All but SW4 of Lot 15, 
Containing 140.00 acres, more or less

	The Administration will accept competing applications to remove the
sand and gravel, and also competing applications to lease, purchase,
or exchange this property, a portion thereof, or a parcel including
any of the above described acreage.  Contact Andy Bedingfield for the
appropriate required application.

	The Administration will accept competing applications during the
following period of time:

From 8:00 A.M.
June 20, 2012
Until 5:00 P.M.
July 20, 2012

675 East 500 South, Suite 500
 Salt Lake City, Utah 84102

	In the absence of competing applications for lease, purchase, or
exchange, the Administration will evaluate the applications for the
removal of ordinary sand and gravel and award the permit for such
removal. Each application for the removal of sand and gravel must be
accompanied by a completed application form. 

	Materials permit bids will be evaluated on the following criteria: 
1) The amount of the bonus bid; 2) The amount, rate, and type of the
proposed materials extraction and associated minimum royalty*; and, 3)
Other requirements provided for by the rules of the Administration or
contained in this notice.  The successful applicant will be required
to pay advertising costs and the costs of a cultural resource study if
necessary.  The successful applicant will be required to rehabilitate
any areas disturbed during the permit period and areas with existing
disturbance.  Bonding for reclamation and performance will also be
required by the Administration. A term of up to five (5) years, will
be considered for this Permit. Applicant must be qualified to do
business in the State of Utah.  Please submit sealed application to
Trust Lands Administration at the above referenced address. Reference
MP # 514

The Administration reserves the right to reject any application or 
subsequent bids.

*Minimum royalties vary by commodity
Contact Mr. Andy Bedingfield for details
Published in the Emery County Progress June 26 and July 3, 2012.

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