In the Spotlight
Special Recreation Permits for Non-motorized Competitive Events in the Río Grande del Norte National Monument
The BLM has approved the issuance of up to three Special Recreation Permits for non-motorized competitive events within developed recreation areas of the Río Grande del Norte National Monument. The BLM appreciates the input provided by the public during the preparation of the environmental assessment, which contributed to a thorough analysis of the potential impacts, and a well-informed decision.
BLM is Accepting Comments on a Fiber-to-the-Home Project
The BLM is accepting comments on an environmental assessment that evaluates the Fiber-to-the-Home Project proposed by Kit Carson Electrical Cooperative to provide fiber-optic telecommunications lines to communities throughout primarily Taos County, New Mexico. With a few minor exceptions, the lines would follow existing rights-of-way and would be installed using existing infrastructure. The Taos Field Office is asking that comments be received by June 1, 2015. Comments can be mailed to the Bureau of Land Management at 226 Cruz Alta Road, Taos, New Mexico 87571 or emailed to email@example.com.
Access to Santa Cruz North Lake Facilities to be Restricted
Management Planning for Río Grande del Norte National Monument
The BLM is preparing a management plan for the Río Grande del Norte National Monument which will amend the current land use plan through the preparation of an environmental assessment.