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Montana State Parks Releases Revised NEPA Combined Notice for Milltown State Park Development
(Missoula, MT) - Montana State Parks, a division of Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP), announced today the release of a revised combined notice related to National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) environmental review of the initial development of Milltown State Park.
(Recent Public Notices - 09/05/2014)
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Public Comment Sought on Draft EA for Maintenance Facility and Camp Host Site Improvements at Pictograph Cave State Park -Comments Due by Friday, October 3 at 5pm
(Billings, MT) –Montana State Parks ( announced today that it is seeking public comment on a draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for maintenance facility and camp host site improvements at Pictograph Cave State Park in Billings, Montana.
(Recent Public Notices - 09/03/2014)
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Montana State Parks Seeks Public Comment on 2014 Biennial Fee Rule -Comments due by Friday, September 26 at 5pm
(Helena, MT) –Montana State Parks ( announced today that it is seeking public comment on the 2014 Biennial Fee Rule, an assemblage of user fees and associated rules for the Montana State Park system.
(Recent Public Notices - 08/27/2014)
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Decision Notice Issued for Wayfarers State Park Improvement Project
(Kalispell, MT) –Montana State Parks ( announced today that a decision notice has been issued for an improvement project at Wayfarers State Park located south of Bigfork, Montana. The decision notice recommends to move forward with development of a ranger station with public restrooms on the south side of the park’s entrance road. Montana State Parks will also proceed with converting the existing, outdated Harry Horn public restrooms to a seasonal park host site and will enlarge the existing park maintenance area in its current location. This decision was reached based on: 1) visitor safety is best served by directing ranger station traffic away from the busy entrance booth and 2) placing a ranger station in an area that provides the greatest amount of vegetative buffering from neighboring private properties, while simultaneously providing a visible and inviting amenity for visitors entering or leaving the park. It was determined that the proposed action would have no significant effects on the human or physical environment. Therefore, an environmental impact statement will not be prepared. The public process consisted of Parks’ Division staff holding two public meetings in February and June of 2014. Written public comment was accepted from May 5, 2014 -June 9, 2014. Ten written responses were received and are summarized in the decision notice. This decision notice action is subject to appeal, which must be submitted to Montana State Parks’ Administrator in writing and postmarked within 30 days (by August 11) of this decision notice. The appeal must specifically describe the basis for the appeal, explain how the appellant has previously commented to the Department or participated in the decision-making process, and how FWP might address the concerns of the appeal.
(Recent Public Notices - 07/11/2014)

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