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Draft environmental assessment on paving the Boulder-to-Bullfrog road, Garfield County, Utah
United States. National Park Service. Rocky Mountain Regional Office
|Other titles||Paving the Boulder-to-Bullfrog road: environmental assessment|
|Statement||United States Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service and Bureau of Land Management|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
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Cover title: Paving the Boulder-to-Bullfrog Road: environmental assessment. Draft Environmental Assessment on the Boulder-to-bullfrog Road Garfield County, Utah; May (United States Deptartment of the Interior / National Park Service and Bureau of Land Management) [United states Department of the Inteiror] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Draft Environmental Assessment on the Boulder-to-bullfrog Road Garfield County, Utah; May Author: United states Department of the Inteiror. of the Interior, Draft Environmental Assessment on Paving the Boulder-to-Bullfrog Road (May ). This EA was conducted pursuant to the direction of the Joint Congressional Conference Committee which deleted funds proposed by the Senate Garfield County pave the Burr Trail and upgrade it into an all-weather, scenic highway.
See "The Boulder-to-Bullfrog Road Improvement Project (Burr Trail) Final Environmental Assessment (EA): A supplement to Paving the Boulder-to-Bullfrog Road EA ()," EA No. Ut, (). Apart from the perceived need on the part of Garfield County to promote increased tourism, the EA also cites other needs that the project will fulfill.
Official Garfield County Road Map, compiled by John Clark,posted in Garfield County Recorder's Office, Panguitch, Utah. See Bradford Frye, "The Boulder-Bullfrog Road: A History," Marchdraft prepared for National Park Service, Rocky Mountain Region, 5.
Boulder Town is a small rural community located in central Garfield County on High approximately 90 miles east of the county seat, Panguitch, Utah. With the completion of Highway 12 as an all-weather road in and the paving of 45 miles of the Burr Trail, Boulder has become a widely recognized area for tourists.
These decisions each constituted a "Finding of No Significant Impact" (FONSI) for the road improvement project proposed for the Boulder to Bullfrog road (Burr Trail) in southeastern Utah.
The FONSI was based on an environmental assessment (EA) dated March 7, (EA # UT). IBLA  The Draft Environmental * Assessment on Paving the Boulder-to-Bullfrog Road acknowledged the County's claim of right concerning maintenance on the Boulder-to-Bullfrog Road: Garfield County claims an existing right for use and maintenance of the present road.
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MEMORANDUM OPINION & ORDER. ALDON J. ANDERSON, Senior District Judge. BACKGROUND. The case now before the court is part of a continuing controversy which focuses on a county's plans to improve a dirt road in southern Utah, known as the Burr Trail.
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