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Public Comment Sought for Proposed Trident-Peregrine Birding Trail At Missouri Headwaters State Park -Comments due by Friday, July 15, 2016 at 5pm
(Three Forks, MT) – Montana State Parks ( announced today that it is seeking comment on a draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed Trident-Peregrine Birding Trail at Missouri Headwaters State Park near Three Forks, MT. Public comments are accepted through Friday, July 15, 2016 at 5pm.
(Recent Public Notices - 06/14/2016)
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Decision Notice Issued for Bannack State Park Storage Building
(Dillon, MT) – Montana State Parks ( announced today that a Decision Notice has been issued for a proposed storage building at Bannack State Park near Dillon, MT. The proposal will construct a 24’x40’ wooden storage building outside of the historic townsite, near the park’s maintenance building on the east end of the park. The building will be used to protect park equipment and materials used for preservation projects in the park. The majority of the funding for this project will be provided by the Bannack Association. 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. By notification of this Decision Notice, the Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) is hereby made the Final EA. The public comment process for the proposed project was open from March 28, 2016 to May 2, 2016. Three comments were received; all were supportive of the project.
(Recent Public Notices - 05/13/2016)

Decision Notice Issued for Proposed Bannack State Park Flood Mitigation Project
(Helena, MT) –Montana State Parks ( announced today that a decision notice has been issued for proposed flood mitigation project at Bannack State Park near Dillion, MT. The proposed project will build a detention pond in the upper portion of Hangman’s Gulch on the north side of the historic town site of Bannack State Park. This project is in response to a flash flood that occurred in July 2013 and caused human injuries and 1.5 million dollars in damage to Bannack, a National Historic Landmark. The detention pond will has been designed to provide protection from a 100-year storm event.
(Recent Public Notices - 04/26/2016)

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