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Term Permit Renewals
The following grazing permits and leases expire in FY 2016. The BLM is in the process of renewing these permits and leases. If you have questions or comments about the renewals, please contact the BLM SLVFO Range staff at 719-852-7074. The comment period ends Dec 30, 2015.
Bachelor Lake #04312
San Isabel #14316
Cotton Creek #24530
Poncha Pass East #24505
Twisted Arrow Cattle Co.
Copper Butte #14533
101 Land & Cattle
Higgins Spring #04561
West Tracy Ridge #04563
Round Hill #24504
Clover Creek # 24503
Post Office Ranch
West Clover Creek #24502
|0503970||Galen and Melanie Meyers||Alder/Spring Creek #24508||03/01/2011||02/28/2021||10/29/2010|
|0500019||Roy Oliver||Poncha Pass West #14501||03/01/2010||02/28/2020||10/29/2010|
|0500019||Roy Oliver||San Luis Creek #1 #24507 & San Luis Creek #2 #24511||03/01/2010||02/28/2020||10/29/2010|
|0504975||Chris Burns||Turquoise Gulch #24510||03/01/2014||02/28/2019||06/16/2014|
12 Hours of Penitence Scoping
About the Proposal
The Bureau of Land Management San Luis Valley Field Office is seeking public comment on a proposal to conduct a competitive mountain bike race at Penitente Canyon Special Recreation Management Area in October 2015.
Proposed New Trails
Race Logistics and Amenities
How to Comment
The comment period will run from March 16 through March 30, 2015. Comments concerning the proposed action, alternatives and environmental issues are most helpful. For additional information or to submit a comment, please contact Sean Noonan, Outdoor Recreation Planner, at 719-849-3149, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before including your address, phone number, e-mail address, or other personal identifying information in your comment, you should be aware that your entire comment—including your personal identifying information—may be made publicly available at any time. While you can ask us in your comment to withhold your personal identifying information from public review, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to do so.
Xcel Transmission Line
About the Project
The Bureau of Land Management San Luis Valley Field Office, in cooperation with the Pike San Isabel National Forest, is seeking public comments on a draft environmental assessment authorizing Xcel Energy to rebuild three existing transmission lines.
The transmission lines are nearing the end of their serviceable life and would be rebuilt within or immediately adjacent to their existing locations. The transmission lines cross a variety of public and private lands in portions of Alamosa, Chaffee, Rio Grande, and Saguache counties.
The Draft Environmental Assessment can be found here.
The appendices can be found here.