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NEPA Project Summary 
NEPA #:  DOI-BLM-AK-F020-2012-0008-DNA Status:  Completed
Project Name:  ROW Grant Snowy Peak Communication Site Decision Date:  07/27/2012
EIS OEPC #:  FONSI Date: 
Applicant:  U.S. Air Force    
Case File Number/:
Project Number 
FF093667    
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Project Description:
In 2002 the U.S. Air Force applied for a right-of-way grant to construct, operate and maintain a communications site on Snowy Peak. In 2005 the BLM issued a renewable 5-year right-of-way grant. In September 2011 the USAF requested another 5-year grant. The communication site consists of a 1,100 square-foot gravel helicopter pad, a sheltered area to house communication equipment, three 60' antenna towers, and a power generation area containing a wind and propane generator and five 200-gallon propane storage tanks. The total area is less than one-half acre. The facility is unmanned, but requires fuel and maintenance personnel to be flown in to the site at least 6 times a year. There are no proposed changes to the plan of operations or the facility.
Project Location:
The proposed action is located on the summit of Snowy Peak within section 25 of Township 9 North, Range 23 East, Fairbanks Meridian. It is located approximately 50 miles east of Circle and approximately 20 miles north of the Yukon River.
 
Project Lead:  Dianna L Leinberger    
Phone Number:  (907) 474-2200    
Email Address:     
Office(s):  Eastern Interior FO Lead Office:  Eastern Interior FO
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Program(s):  Land and Realty Special Interest(s): 
Cooperating Agencies:     
 

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