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Submission By Vusi Pikolis Legal Team To The Office Of The President

  1. 1. 60272 Notices Federal Register Vol. 70, No. 199 Monday, October 17, 2005 This section of the FEDERAL REGISTER coordinated implementation of the agenda for the public to speak to the contains documents other than rules or Record of Decision (ROD) of April 13, general body. proposed rules that are applicable to the 1994, for Management of Habitat for Renewal of the PACs does not require public. Notices of hearings and investigations, Late-Successional and Old-Growth an amendment of Bureau of Land committee meetings, agency decisions and Management or Forest Service planning Forest Related Species Within the Range rulings, delegations of authority, filing of of the Northern Spotted Owl. The PIEC documents because the renewal does petitions and applications and agency statements of organization and functions are consists of representatives of the not affect the standards and guidelines examples of documents appearing in this following Federal agencies: Forest or land allocations. The Bureau of Land section. Service, Natural Resources Conservation Management and Forest Service will Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs, provide further notice, as needed, for Bureau of Land Management, National additional actions or adjustments when DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Marine Fisheries Service, National Park implementing interagency coordination, Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, public involvement, and other aspects Office of the Secretary Geological Survey Biological Resources of the ROD. Division, Environmental Protection Equal opportunity practices will be Provincial Advisory Committees followed in all appointments to the Agency, and U.S. Army Corps of AGENCY: Office of the Secretary, USDA. Engineers. advisory committee. To ensure that the ACTION: Notice of intent to renew recommendations of the PACs have Ecosystem management at the Federal Advisory Committee. taken into account the needs of diverse province level requires improved groups served by the Departments, coordination among governmental SUMMARY: The Department of membership will, to the extent entities responsible for land Agriculture, in consultation with the practicable, include individuals with Department of the Interior, intends to management decisions and the public demonstrated ability to represent renew the Provincial Advisory those agencies serve. Each PAC will minorities, women, and persons with Committees (PACs) for the 12 provinces provide advice and recommendations disabilities. in California, Oregon, and Washington. regarding implementation to promote integration and coordination of forest Dated: October 11, 2005. This renewal is necessary and in the John Surina, public interest due to the continued management activities between Federal and non-Federal entities. Each PAC will Deputy Assistant Secretary for need for the PACs to provide advice on Administration. coordinating the implementation of the provide advice regarding implementation of a comprehensive [FR Doc. 05–20647 Filed 10–14–05; 8:45 am] Record of Decision of April 13, 1994, for Management of Habitat for Late- ecosystem management strategy for BILLING CODE 3410–11–P Successional and Old-Growth Forest Federal land within a province Related Species Within the Range of the (provinces are defined in the ROD at E19). DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Northern Spotted Owl. The PACs also provide advice and recommendations to The chair of each PAC will alternate Forest Service promote integration and coordination of annually between representatives of the forest management activities between Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Newspapers Used for Publication of Federal and non-Federal entities. Management. When the Bureau of Land Legal Notices by the Intermountain ADDRESSES: Copies of the April 13, Management is not represented on the Region; Utah, Idaho, Nevada, and 1994, Record of Decision can be PIEC, the Forest Service representative Wyoming obtained electronically at http:// will serve as chair. The chair, or a designated agency employee, will serve AGENCY: Forest Service, USDA. www.reo.gov/library/reports/ newsandga.pdf. Paper copies can be as the Designated Federal Officer under ACTION: Notice. obtained from the Office of Strategic sections 10(e) and (f) of the Federal SUMMARY: This notice lists the Planning, P.O. Box 3623, Portland, OR Advisory Committee Act (5 U.S.C. newspapers that will be used by the 97208. App.II). Any vacancies on the ranger districts, forests and regional FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: committee will be filled in the manner office of the Intermountain Region to Geraldine Bower, Planning Specialist, in which the original appointment was publish legal notices required under 36 Ecosystem Management Coordination made. CFR 215, 217, and 218. The intended Staff, Forest Service, USDA (202) 205– A meeting notice will be published in effect of this action is to inform 1022. the Federal Register within 15 to 45 interested members of the public which SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Pursuant days before a scheduled meeting date. newspapers the Forest Service will use to the Federal Advisory Committee Act All meetings are generally open to the to publish notices of proposed actions (5 U.S.C. App. II), notice is hereby given public and may include a ‘‘public and notices of decision. This will that the Department of Agriculture, in forum’’ that may offer 5–10 minutes for provide the public with constructive consultation with the Department of the participants to present comments to the notice of Forest Service proposals and Interior, intends to renew the Provincial advisory committee. Alternates may decisions, provide information on the Advisory Committees (PACs), which choose not to be active during this procedures to comment or appeal, and will advise the Provincial Interagency session on the agenda. The chair of the establish the date that the Forest Service Executive Committee (PIEC). The given committee ultimately makes the will use to determine if comments or purpose of the PIEC is to facilitate the decision whether to offer time on the appeals were timely. VerDate Aug<31>2005 15:43 Oct 14, 2005 Jkt 208001 PO 00000 Frm 00001 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:FRFM17OCN1.SGM 17OCN1
  2. 2. Federal Register / Vol. 70, No. 199 / Monday, October 17, 2005 / Notices 60273 DATES: Publication of legal notices in Vernal Express, Vernal, Utah Dixie National Forest the listed newspapers will begin on or Roosevelt District Ranger decisions: Dixie Forest Supervisor decisions: after October 1, 2005. The list of Uinta Basin Standard, Roosevelt, Daily Spectrum, St. George, Utah newspapers will remain in effect until Utah Cedar City District Ranger decisions: April 1, 2006, when another notice will Vernal District Ranger decisions: Daily Spectrum, St. George, Utah be published in the Federal Register. Vernal Express, Vernal, Utah Escalante District Ranger decisions: FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Boise National Forest Daily Spectrum, St. George, Utah Priscilla McLain, Regional Appeals Pine Valley District Ranger decisions: Coordinator, Intermountain Region, 324 Boise Forest Supervisor decisions: Daily Spectrum, St. George, Utah 25th Street, Ogden, UT 84401, and Idaho Statesman, Boise, Idaho Powell District Ranger decisions: phone (801) 625–5146. Cascade District Ranger decisions: Daily Spectrum, St. George, Utah Long Valley Advocate, Cascade, Idaho Teasdale District Ranger decisions: SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Emmett District Ranger decisions: Richfield Reaper, Richfield, Utah administrative procedures at 36 CFR Messenger-Index, Emmett, Idaho 215, 217, and 218 require the Forest Fishlake National Forest Idaho City District Ranger decisions: Service to publish notices in a Idaho Statesman, Boise, Idaho Fishlake Forest Supervisor decisions: newspaper of general circulation. The Lowman District Ranger decisions: Richfield Reaper, Richfield, Utah content of the notices is specified in 36 Idaho World, Garden Valley, Idaho Beaver District Ranger decisions: CFR 215, 217 and 218. In general, the Mountain Home District Ranger Richfield Reaper, Richfield, Utah notices will identify: the decision or decisions: Fillmore District Ranger decisions: project, by title or subject matter; the Idaho Statesman, Boise, Idaho Richfield Reaper, Richfield, Utah name and title of the official making the decision; how to obtain additional Bridger-Teton National Forest Loa District Ranger decisions: information; and where and how to file Richfield Reaper, Richfield, Utah Bridger-Teton Forest Supervisor Richfield District Ranger decisions: comments or appeals. The date the decisions: notice is published will be used to Richfield Reaper, Richfield, Utah Casper Star-Tribune, Casper, establish the official date for the Wyoming Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests beginning of the comment or appeal Big Piney District Ranger decisions: Humboldt-Toiyabe Forest Supervisor period. The newspapers to be used are Casper Star-Tribune, Casper, decisions for the Humboldt portion: as follows: Wyoming Elko Daily Free Press, Elko, Nevada Regional Forester, Intermountain Buffalo District Ranger decisions: Humboldt-Toiyabe Forest Supervisor Region Casper Star-Tribune, Casper, decisions for the Toiyabe portion: Wyoming Reno Gazette-Journal, Reno, Nevada For decisions made by the Regional Greys River District Ranger decisions: Austin District Ranger decisions: Forester affecting National Forests Casper Star-Tribune, Casper, The Battle Mountain Bugle, Battle in Idaho: Wyoming Idaho Statesman, Boise, Idaho Mountain, Nevada For decisions made by the Regional Jackson District Ranger decisions: Bridgeport District Ranger decisions: Casper Star-Tribune, Casper, Mammoth Times, Mammoth Lakes, Forester affecting National Forests Wyoming California in Nevada: Reno Gazette-Journal, Reno, Nevada Kemmerer District Ranger decisions: Carson District Ranger decisions: For decisions made by the Regional Casper Star-Tribune, Casper, Reno Gazette-Journal, Reno, Nevada Forester affecting National Forests Wyoming Ely District Ranger decisions: in Wyoming: Pinedale District Ranger decisions: The Ely Times, Ely, Nevada Casper Star-Tribune, Casper, Casper Star-Tribune, Casper, Jarbidge District Ranger decisions: Wyoming Wyoming Elko Daily Free Press, Elko, Nevada For decisions made by the Regional Mountain City District Ranger decisions: Caribou-Targhee National Forest Elko Daily Free Press, Elko, Nevada Forester affecting National Forests in Utah: Caribou-Targhee Forest Supervisor Ruby Mountains District Ranger Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, decisions for the Caribou portion: decisions: Utah Idaho State Journal, Pocatello, Idaho Elko Daily Free Press, Elko, Nevada For decisions made by the Regional Caribou-Targhee Forest Supervisor Santa Rosa District Ranger decisions: Forester that affect all National decisions for the Targhee portion: Humboldt Sun, Winnemucca, Nevada Forests in the Intermountain Post Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho Spring Mountains National Recreation Region. Ashton District Ranger decisions: Area District Ranger decisions: Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, Post Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho Las Vegas Review Journal, Las Vegas, Utah Dubois District Ranger decisions: Nevada Post Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho Tonopah District Ranger decisions: Ashley National Forest Island Park District Ranger decisions: Tonopah Times Bonanza-Goldfield Ashley Forest Supervisor decisions: Post Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho News, Tonopah, Nevada Vernal Express, Vernal, Utah Montpelier District Ranger decisions: Idaho State Journal, Pocatello, Idaho Manti-Lasal National Forest Duchesne District Ranger decisions: Uinta Basin Standard, Roosevelt, Palisades District Ranger decisions: Manti-LaSal Forest Supervisor Utah Post Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho decisions: Flaming Gorge District Ranger for Soda Springs District Ranger decisions: Sun Advocate, Price, Utah decisions affecting Wyoming: Idaho State Journal, Pocatello, Idaho Ferron District Ranger decisions: Rocket Miner, Rock Springs, Teton Basin District Ranger decisions: Emery County Progress, Castle Dale, Wyoming Post Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho Utah Flaming Gorge District Ranger for Westside District Ranger decisions: Moab District Ranger decisions: decisions affecting Utah: Idaho State Journal, Pocatello, Idaho Times Independent, Moab, Utah VerDate Aug<31>2005 15:43 Oct 14, 2005 Jkt 208001 PO 00000 Frm 00002 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:FRFM17OCN1.SGM 17OCN1
  3. 3. 60274 Federal Register / Vol. 70, No. 199 / Monday, October 17, 2005 / Notices Monticello District Ranger decisions: Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, r1/lewisclark in the Projects and Plans San Juan Record, Monticello, Utah Utah area. Price District Ranger decisions: Evanston District Ranger decisions: Sun Advocate, Price, Utah Uinta County Herald, Evanston, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Sanpete District Ranger decisions: Wyoming Questions about the proposed action Sanpete Messenger, Manti, Utah Kamas District Ranger decisions: should be directed to Jennifer Woods, Payette National Forest Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, Environmental Coordinator, (406) 791– Utah 7765; or Al Koss, Belt Creek District Payette Forest Supervisor decisions: Logan District Ranger decisions: Ranger, phone (406) 236–5511. Idaho Statesman, Boise, Idaho Logan Herald Journal, Logan, Utah Council District Ranger decisions: SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Mountain View District Ranger Adams County Record, Council, Idaho decisions: Purpose and Need for Action Krassel District Ranger decisions: Uinta County Herald, Evanston, Star News, McCall, Idaho Wyoming A landscape assessment conducted by McCall District Ranger decisions: Ogden District Ranger decisions: the Forest identified risks and Star News, McCall, Idaho Ogden Standard Examiner, Ogden, opportunities for the Belt Creek New Meadows District Ranger Utah assessment area in the Little Belt decisions: Salt Lake District Ranger decisions: Mountains south and east of Great Falls. Star News, McCall, Idaho Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, Weiser District Ranger decisions: It showed that trends in some types of Signal American, Weiser, Idaho Utah vegetation, the age distribution, stand Dated: October 11, 2005. structure and vegetative mosaic Salmon-Challis National Forest deviated notably from what might have Stephen J. Solem, Salmon-Challis Forest Supervisor Acting Deputy Regional Forester. occurred under natural conditions. The decisions for the Salmon portion: purpose and need for the Dry Fork [FR Doc. 05–20691 Filed 10–14–05; 8:45 am] The Recorder-Herald, Salmon, Idaho Vegetative Restoration project is to BILLING CODE 3410–11–P Salmon-Challis Forest Supervisor move vegetation in a portion of the decisions for the Challis portion: assessment area toward desired The Challis Messenger, Challis, Idaho DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE conditions using prescribed fire and Challis District Ranger decisions: timber harvest. An emphasis would be The Challis Messenger, Challis, Idaho Forest Service given to areas where there would be Leadore District Ranger decisions: improved diversity in vegetative The Recorder-Herald, Salmon, Idaho Dry Fork Vegetative Restoration structure, species and age class. In Lost River District Ranger decisions: Project, Lewis and Clark National addition, there is a need to reduce The Challis Messenger, Challis, Idaho Forest, Cascade and Judith Basin wildfire hazards to public and to fire Middle Fork District Ranger decisions: fighters and better protect private lands Counties, MT The Challis Messenger, Challis, Idaho within and adjacent to the forest. North Fork District Ranger decisions: AGENCY: Forest Service, USDA. The Recorder-Herald, Salmon, Idaho ACTION:Notice of intent to prepare a Proposed Action Salmon/Cobalt District Ranger Supplemental Environmental Impact decisions: Approximately 3,416 acres would be Statement. The Recorder-Herald, Salmon, Idaho treated using commercial timber harvest Yankee Fork District Ranger decisions: SUMMARY: The USDA Forest Service is and prescribed fire treatment. Road The Challis Messenger, Challis, Idaho preparing a Supplemental reconstruction would take place on 4.9 Sawtooth National Forest Environmental Impact Statement to miles of existing road and 1.7 miles of further address issues associated with new system road would be constructed. Sawtooth Forest Supervisor decisions: old growth associated with the Dry Fork No timber harvest would be conducted The Times News, Twin Falls, Idaho within inventoried roadless areas. Vegetative Restoration project on the Fairfield District Ranger decisions: Approximately 20.6 miles of road The Times News, Twin Falls, Idaho Belt Creek Ranger District of the Lewis and Clark National Forest. This project closures would be implemented through Ketchum District Ranger decisions: proposes treatments including timber gating, signing, reclamation and change Idaho Mountain Express, Ketchum, harvest and prescribed fire to move of use. Idaho Minidoka District Ranger decisions: vegetative conditions such as age class Alternatives The Times News, Twin Falls, Idaho and stand structure towards those that Sawtooth National Recreation Area: would most likely occur in the absence Alternatives that were considered in The Challis Messenger, Challis, Idaho of fire suppression. detailed study include the No Action DATES: The Supplemental Draft Alternative and five additional Uinta National Forest Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) alternatives that considered a variety of Uinta Forest Supervisor decisions: is expected January 2006 and the types and amounts of vegetation The Daily Herald, Provo, Utah Supplemental Final EIS and Record of treatments. In addition, seven other Heber District Ranger decisions: Decision are expected April 2006. alternatives were considered, but did The Daily Herald, Provo, Utah not merit further evaluation due to lack Pleasant Grove District Ranger ADDRESSES: Send written comments to Lesley W. Thompson, Forest Supervisor, of feasibility, economics, or because decisions: they did not meet the purpose and need. The Daily Herald, Provo, Utah Lewis and Clark National Forest, P.O. Spanish Fork District Ranger decisions: Box 869, Great Falls, Montana 59403. Responsible Official The Daily Herald, Provo, Utah Copies of the SEIS will be available at the Supervisor’s Office, 1101 15th Street The Responsible Official is Lesley W. Wasatch-Cache National Forest North, Great Falls, Montana 59403. Thompson, Forest Supervisor, Lewis Wasatch-Cache Forest Supervisor Electronic copies will also be available and Clark National Forest, P.O. Box 869, decisions: on the Internet at http://www.fs.fed.us/ Great Falls, MT 59403. VerDate Aug<31>2005 15:43 Oct 14, 2005 Jkt 208001 PO 00000 Frm 00003 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:FRFM17OCN1.SGM 17OCN1

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