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BLM to host info session on 9 Mile road

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The Bureau of Land Management Price Field Office will host an information meeting to discuss granting a right-of-way to Carbon County for the existing Nine Mile Canyon Road to chip seal the surface. The meeting is scheduled for Feb. 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Fairgrounds Event Center.

The project also calls for upgrades such as drainage culverts, ditches and concrete ford crossings. The project would upgrade a total of 36 miles of road. Approximately 11 miles are located on Federal lands and about 25 miles on private and state.

The Nine Mile Canyon Road Improvement Project Area is in northeastern Carbon County and southern Duchesne County. The federal portions of the proposed project begin approximately 16 miles northeast of Wellington.

The BLM is seeking public input on the proposed project. Those wishing to comment should do so by by Feb. 25. Comments may be submitted by fax, email, or letter referencing "Nine Mile Canyon Road Improvement Project."

Contact information is:

Bureau of Land Management

Attn: Connie Leschin

Price Field Office

125 South 600 West

Price, UT 84501

Fax: (435) 636-3657


Commenters must include address, phone number, email address, or other personal

identifying information with their input. The BLM will not consider anonymous input. The entire input, including personal identifying information, may be made available to the public at any time.

Requests can be made to withhold personal identifying information from the public review; however, such requests cannot be guaranteed. All submissions from organizations, businesses, and from individuals identifying themselves as representatives or officials of organizations or businesses will be available for public inspection in their entirety.

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