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Notices Federal Register
Vol. 71, No. 226
Friday, November 24, 2006
This section of the FEDERAL REGISTER information; and where and how to file District Ranger decisions for Ashton,
contains documents other than rules or comments or appeals. The date the Dubois, Island Park, Palisades and
proposed rules that are applicable to the notice is published will be used to Teton Basin: Post Register.
public. Notices of hearings and investigations, establish the official date for the District Ranger decisions for Montpelier,
committee meetings, agency decisions and beginning of the comment or appeal Soda Springs and Westside: Idaho
rulings, delegations of authority, filing of
period. The newspapers to be used are State Journal.
petitions and applications and agency
statements of organization and functions are as follows:
Dixie National Forest
examples of documents appearing in this Regional Forester, Intermountain
section. Dixie Forest Supervisor decisions: Daily
Regional Forester decisions affecting District Ranger decisions for Cedar City,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE National Forests in Idaho: Idaho Escalante, Pine Valley and Powell
Statesman. Daily Spectrum.
Forest Service Regional Forester decisions affecting Teasdale District Ranger decisions:
National Forests in Nevada: Reno Richfield Reaper.
Newspapers Used for Publication of Gazette-Journal. Fishlake National Forest
Legal Notices by the Intermountain Regional Forester decisions affecting
Region; Utah, Idaho, Nevada, and National Forests in Wyoming: Fishlake Forest Supervisor and District
Wyoming Casper Star-Tribune. and District decisions: Richfield
Regional Forester decisions affecting Reaper.
AGENCY: Forest Service, USDA.
National Forests in Utah: Salt Lake Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
ACTION: Notice. Tribune.
Regional Forester decisions that affect Humboldt-Toiyabe Forest Supervisor
SUMMARY: This notice lists the
all National Forests in the decisions that encompass all or
newspapers that will be used by the portions of both the Humboldt and
ranger districts, forests and regional Intermountain Region: Salt Lake
Tribune. Toiyabe National Forests: Reno
office of the Intermountain Region to Gazette-Journal.
publish legal notices required under 36 Ashley National Forest Humboldt-Toiyabe Forest Supervisor
CFR 215, 217, and 218. The intended decisions for the Humboldt portion:
Ashley Forest Supervisor decisions:
effect of this action is to inform Elko Daily Free Press.
interested members of the public which District Ranger decisions for Duchesne, Humboldt-Toiyabe Forest Supervisor
newspapers the Forest Service will use Roosevelt: Uintah Basin Standard. decisions for the Toiyabe portion:
to publish notices of proposed actions Flaming Gorge District Ranger for Reno Gazette-Journal.
and notices of decision. This will decisions affecting Wyoming: Austin District Ranger decisions: The
provide the public with constructive Rocket Miner. Battle Mountain Bugle.
notice of Forest Service proposals and Flaming Gorge and Vernal District Bridgeport District Ranger decisions:
decisions, provide information on the Ranger for decisions affecting Utah: Mammoth Times.
procedures to comment or appeal, and Vernal Express. Carson District Ranger decisions: Reno
establish the date that the Forest Service Gazette-Journal.
will use to determine if comments or Boise National Forest Ely District Ranger decisions: The Ely
appeals were timely. Boise Forest Supervisor decisions: Times.
DATES: Publication of legal notices in Idaho Statesman. District Ranger decisions for Jarbidge,
the listed newspapers will begin on or Cascade District Ranger decisions: Long Mountain City and Ruby
after October 1, 2006. The list of Valley Advocate. Mountains: Elko Daily Free Press.
newspapers will remain in effect until Emmett District Ranger decisions: Santa Rosa District Ranger decisions:
April 1, 2007, when another notice will Messenger-Index. Humboldt Sun.
be published in the Federal Register. District Ranger decisions for Idaho City Spring Mountains National Recreation
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: and Mountain Home: Idaho Area District Ranger decisions: Las
Priscilla McLain, Regional Appeals Statesman. Vegas Review Journal.
Coordinator, Intermountain Region, 324 Lowman District Ranger decisions: Tonopah District Ranger decisions:
25th Street, Ogden, UT 84401, and Idaho World. Tonopah Times Bonanza-Goldfield
phone (801) 625–5146. News.
Bridger-Teton National Forest
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Bridger-Teton Forest Supervisor and Manti-LaSal National Forest
administrative procedures at 36 CFR District Ranger decisions: Casper Manti-LaSal Forest Supervisor
215, 217, and 218 require the Forest Star-Tribune. decisions: Sun Advocate.
Service to publish notices in a Ferron District Ranger decisions: Emery
newspaper of general circulation. The Caribou-Targhee National Forest
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content of the notices is specified in 36 Caribou-Targhee Forest Supervisor Moab District Ranger decisions: Times
CFR 215, 217, and 218. In general, the decisions for the Caribou portion: Independent.
notices will identify: The decision or Idaho State Journal. Monticello District Ranger decisions:
project, by title or subject matter; the Caribou-Targhee Forest Supervisor San Juan Record.
name and title of the official making the decisions for the Targhee portion: Price District Ranger decisions: Sun
decision; how to obtain additional Post Register. Advocate.
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Sanpete District Ranger decisions: ACTION: Notice of meeting. also occurring through news releases and
Sanpete Messenger. Opal Creek Web site calendar that has been
SUMMARY: An Opal Creek Scenic posted for several months. This late notice is
Payette National Forest Recreation Area Advisory Council authorized under 41 CFR 1016.1015(b)(2).
Payette Forest Supervisor decisions: meeting will convene in Stayton, [FR Doc. 06–9348 Filed 11–22–06; 8:45 am]
Idaho Statesman. Oregon on Wednesday, December 6, BILLING CODE 3410–11–M
Council District Ranger decisions: 2006. The meeting is scheduled to begin
Adams County Record. at 6:30 p.m., and will conclude at
District Ranger decisions for Krassel, approximately 8:30 p.m. The meeting DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
McCall and New Meadows: Star will be held in the South Room of the
Stayton Community Center located on Forest Service
Weiser District Ranger decisions: Signal 400 West Virginia Street in Stayton, Notice of New Fee Site Federal Lands
American. Oregon. Recreation Enhancement Act, (Title
The Opal Creek Wilderness and Opal VIII, Pub. L. 108–447)
Salmon-Challis National Forest Creek Scenic Recreation Area Act of
Salmon-Challis Foret Supervisor 1996 (Opal Creek Act) (Pub. L. 104–208) AGENCY: Caribou-Targhee National
decisions for the Salmon portion: directed the Secretary of Agriculture to Forest, USDA Forest Service.
The Recorder-Herald. establish the Opal Creek Scenic ACTION: Notice of New Fee Site.
Salmon-Challis Forest Supervisor Recreation Area Advisory Council. The
Advisory Council is comprised of 13 SUMMARY: The Montpelier Ranger
decisions for the Challis portion:
The Challis Messenger. members representing state, county and District of the Caribou-Targhee National
city governments, and representatives of Forest will begin charging a $10 fee for
District Ranger decisions for Challis,
various organizations, which include single family overnight camping at the
Lost River, Middle Fork and Yankee
mining industry, environmental Beaver Creek Campground. There will
Fork: The Challis Messenger.
organizations, inholders in Opal Creek also be a $5 fee for an extra vehicle.
District Ranger decisions for Leadore,
Scenic Recreation Area, economic Overnight camping at other
North Fork and Salmon/Colbalt:
development, Indian tribes, adjacent campgrounds on the Caribou-Targhee
landowners and recreation interests. National Forest have shown that publics
Sawtooth National Forest The council provides advice to the appreciate and enjoy the availability of
Sawtooth Forest Supervisor decisions: Secretary of Agriculture on preparation developed recreation facilities. Funds
The Times News. of a comprehensive Opal Creek from the fee charges will be used for the
District Ranger decisions for Fairfield Management Plan for the SRA, and continued operation and maintenance of
and Minidoka: The Times New. consults on a periodic and regular basis the Beaver Creek Campground.
Ketchum District Ranger decisions: on the management of the area. DATES: Beaver Creek Campground will
Idaho Mountain Express. Tentative agenda items include: become available for overnight camping
Sawtooth National Recreation Area: The Subcommittee reports and on June 15, 2007 (weather permitting).
Challis Massenger. recommendations, and Three Pools Site ADDRESSES: Forest Supervisor, Caribou-
Rehabilitation Project proposal Targhee National Forest, 1405 Hollipark
Uinta National Forest Dr., Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401.
Uinta Forest Supervisor and District A direct public comment period is FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Ranger decisions: The Daily Herald. tentatively scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Maury Young, Recreation Technician,
Wasatch-Cache National Forest Time allotted for individual 208–847–0375.
presentations will be limited to 3 SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The
Wasatch-Cache Forest Supervisor minutes. Written comments are Federal Recreation Lands Enhancement
decisions: Salt Lake Tribune. encouraged, particularly if the material Act (Title VII, Pub. L. 108–447) directed
District Ranger decisions for Evanston cannot be presented within the time the Secretary of Agriculture to publish
and Mountain View: Uinta County limits of the comment period. Written a six month advance notice in the
Herald. comments may be submitted prior to the Federal Register whenever new
District Ranger decisions for Kamas and December 6th meeting by sending them recreation fee areas are established.
Salt Lake: Salt Lake Tribune. to Designated Federal Official Paul The Montpelier Ranger District of the
Logan District Ranger decisions: Logan Matter at the address given below. Caribou-Targhee National Forest
Herald Journal. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For currently has 10 other fee campgrounds.
Ogden District Ranger decisions: more information regarding this These facilities are in close proximity to
Standard Examiner. meeting, contact Designated Federal Bear Lake, a large body of water located
Dated: November 16, 2006. Official Paul Matter; Willamette on the border of Idaho and Utah. This
Mary Wagner, National Forest, Detroit Ranger District, area offers significant recreational
Deputy Regional Forester. HC 73 Box 320, Mill City, OR 97360; opportunities and is rich in historical
[FR Doc. 06–9371 Filed 11–22–06; 8:45 am] (503) 854–3366. and cultural importance. A market
Dated: November 16, 2006.
analysis indicates that the $10/per night
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single family camping fee is both
Douglas R. Ledgerwood,
reasonable and acceptable for this sort
Acting Forest Supervisor. of unique recreation experience.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
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Disclaimer: This meeting notice is being Dated: November 17, 2006.
Forest Service published less than 15 days prior to the Cheryl Bainbridge,
meeting due to an administrative error in
processing. The upcoming meeting is time Acting Caribou-Targhee National Forest
Opal Creek Scenic Recreation Area Supervisor.
(SRA) Advisory Council sensitive and is in the best interest of the
Opal Creek SRA Advisory Council and the [FR Doc. E6–19840 Filed 11–22–06; 8:45 am]
AGENCY: Forest Service, USDA. public. Public notification of this meeting is BILLING CODE 3410–11–P
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