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Redding NEPA Documents and NHPA Status

The table below shows the Redding NEPA documents that are currently being developed or have recently been completed. The table also shows the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) status for each action. Some of the documents in that table are available on-line and can be downloaded by clicking the entry in the Type column.

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Project Number Type Program Description Geographic Location Contact Status Initiated Completed NHPA Status Field Office Fiscal Year
Atterberry Cabin RemovalCXLands and RealtyA old cabin occupied by the Atterberry's was previously a lease but now has terminated. BLM would like to remove the cabin and other items on the property left over as a result of trespass resolution.T. 33N., R. 9W. section 19, NE1/4NE1/4NE1/4SE1/4.Lindsey Moyer
5302242121
04/06/2015NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CAN060-2015-014-CXCXLands and RealtyMr. Lee Young has requested renewal of an existing road right-of-way across public land to access his private property. The road is for non-commercial residential use. He is not requesting any new construction or changes to the existing authorization. The existing road is approximately 2000 feet long by 16 feet wide, containing approximately .73 acres. This right-of-way was originally issued in July of 1995.M.D.M., T. 33 N., R. 5 W., section 26, lot 1 Ilene Emry
530-224-2122
In Progress04/28/2015NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CAN060-2015-030-CXCXLands and RealtySierra Pacific Industries (SPI) has applied to renew an existing access road-right-of-way, CACA 4039, in Trinity County, southeast of Douglas City. The road is 4,997 feet long by 20 feet wide containing 2.29 acres, across public lands. SPI is requesting a 30 year term. No additional ground disturbing activities are being proposed outside of their existing road right-of-way. This right-of-way was originally issued in 1977. A compliance check was completed on December 22, 2014. The right-of-way was found to be in compliance with its grant terms and conditions.M.D.M., T. 32 N., R. 9 W., section 26, lot 10, 13-15, portion of MS 403Ilene Emry
530-224-2122
In Progress04/28/2015NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CAN060-2015-007-EAEALands and RealtyIn July 2014, Sierra Pacific Industries (SPI) requested a road right-of-way for access to their adjacent private property to log timber on their private land. Timber on the parcel was damaged from the 2014 Bully Fire. They requested a long term right-of-way but a short term right-of-way was issued to allow them to quickly log timber on private property damaged from the Bully Fire. A Categorical Exclusion, Number DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2014-075-CX, was completed for a short term right-of-way. The short term right-of-way will expire on December 31, 2015. Stipulations included restoration of the road at the end of the right-of-way term, standard BLM road stipulations, and specifications for 2 stream crossings. This right-of-way is now being analyzed for the issuance of a perpetual right-of-way as part of a reciprocal right-of-way/easement agreement. In the agreement, the BLM will receive an access easement over SPI land in Butte County. The easement over private land is being analyzed under a separate NEPA document. The proposed road right-of-way is approximately 6,685 feet long and 20 feet wide, across public lands, containing approximately 3.06 acres.M.D.M., T. 30 N., R. 8 W., section 4, lot 3, 4, E1/2SW1/4Ilene Emry
530-224-2122
In Progress04/28/2015NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CAN060-2014-081-CXCXLands and RealtyThe BLM and SPI are working together on a reciprocal agreement. As part of the reciprocal agreement, SPI’s access road right-of-way CACA 55442 in Shasta County, California will become a perpetual right-of-way (NEPA # DOI-BLM-CAN060-2015-007-EA) and the BLM will be acquiring a non-exclusive easement over a portion of Doe Mill Road in Butte County crossing SPI property. The action discussed in this Categorical Exclusion is the non-exclusive easement being acquired by BLM. The easement road is 6,997 feet long by 20 feet wide (3.2 acres, more or less) described as M.D.M. T. 24 N., R. 3 E., section 33, E1/2. M.D.M. T. 24 N., R. 3 E., section 33, E1/2. Ilene Emry
530-224-2122
In Progress04/28/2015NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2015-004-CXCXLands and RealtyThis is a renewal of an existing R&PP lease for the French Gulch Transfer Station. It has been in existence since 1978. There are no changes to the lease or new disturbance.M.D.M., T. 33 N., R. 7 W., sec. 14, lot 8 Ilene Emry
530-224-2122
In Progress04/27/2015NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CAn060-23015-38-EAEALands and RealtyTrinity County would like to remove overgrown vegeation within their existing R&PP CACA 12679. The vegetaion removal would prevent future fires from the two firing ranges. The area was previously surveyed after a fire in 2006. No gound distrubance will occur. T. 33N., R. 10W., section 7, S1/2 NE1/4, lot 6 and 7.Lindsey Moyer
5302242121
04/13/2015REVRedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2015-015-CXCXLands and RealtyTrinity Public Utilities District (TPUD) has applied to renew their existing overhead 12kV power line, located along Browns Mountain Road near Lewiston, CA. The power line is approximately 450 feet in length and 20 feet in width, containing 0.21 acres. No new rights will be issued or new ground disturbance approved as a result of this administrative action. The term of the grant will be 30 years. T.33N., R.9W., section 23, SE¼SW¼SW¼, M.D.M.K. Shaw
530-224-2123
In progress.04/08/2015NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2015-019-CXCXLands and RealtyPacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) has applied to renew an existing overhead, 12kV power line right-of-way (ROW), along HWY 44E near Millville, CA. The power line is approximately 3,185 feet in length and 20 feet in width, containing 1.46 acres. No new rights will be issued or new ground disturbance approved as a result of this administrative action. The term of the grant will be 30 years. T.31N., R.2W., section 28, SE¼SW¼SW¼, M.D.M.K. Shaw
530-224-2123
In progress.04/08/2015NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2015-022-CXCXRiparian managementUsing appropriate equipment, the BLM proposes to conduct maintenance and replacement activities within a managed Paynes Creek Wetland Complex. Activities include excavating the existing water control devices within the berms, remove vegetation growing on the berms and as necessary and identified within the wetland cells, and as necessary replace the existing water control devices and berms used to impound the water. Additionally throughout the Bend, multiple stock ponds have been created that function as seasonal wetland features that provide important seasonal wetland habitat and summer water on the landscape for wildlife however the berms and clay seals used to create these wetlands are failing and need repair. Using appropriate heavy equipment, the BLM proposes to repair berms which impound water. Repair will entail using native fill taken from outside pools which will be compacted in the weak or downcut points on the berms. Additionally, overflow channels will be created ensuring that if the pools overflow, the berms will no longer be compromised.T28N, R3W, S 1, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 22, 23, 24 T28N, R2W, S 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 18, 19 T29N, R3W, S 1, 12, 34, 35 T29N, R2W, S 5, 6, 7, 8 gary diridoni
530-224-2184
01/26/2015NHARedding 2015

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