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Denali National Park and Preserve Vehicle Management Plan Approved

October 5, 2012

Following is text of the NPS Press Release regarding the decision for the Vehicle Management Plan. The link immediately below is to a PDF of the Record of Decision.

Record of Decision – Denali Park Road Vehicle Management Plan & EIS

Denali National Park and Preserve News Release
Release Date: October 5, 2012

Contacts:    Kris Fister, kris_fister@nps.gov, 907-683-9583

DENALI PARK, Alaska – National Park Service Alaska Regional Director Sue Masica signed the Record of Decision approving the Denali Park Road Vehicle Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement for Denali National Park and Preserve. The Record of Decision (ROD) adopts the preferred alternative as presented in the final plan. This plan will guide management decisions regarding all vehicle use on the Denali Park Road for the next twenty years.

A key aspect of the new plan is the change from a seasonal to a daily limit for all vehicles (buses, National Park Service, contractors, etc.) traveling on the controlled portion of the park road. Under the new plan no more than 160 vehicles will be allowed beyond the Savage River Check Station Read more

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Final Yukon Tanana Basin Area Plan Released

October 4, 2012

On October 1, the State of Alaska released an “Intent to Adopt” notice for the Yukon Tanana Basin Area Plan with a 30-day public review period ending at 5:00pm on November 2. Included in the release were summaries of comments and the responses made by the planning team at the Division of Mining, Land, and Water. You can read the state documents on the DNR website at this link:

Yukon Tanana Basin Area Plan

DCC is pleased that the final plan will designate the management unit including the western portion of the Yanert valley, Carlo Mountain, and Slime Creek with the primary purposes of Habitat Read more

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Final Denali Vehicle Management Plan is Available

June 29, 2012

Denali National Park and Preserve News Release
For Immediate Release
Contact: Kris Fister, kris_fister@nps.gov, 907-683-9583

National Park Service Announces Availability of the Final Denali Park Road Vehicle Management Plan

DENALI PARK, Alaska: The National Park Service announces the availability of the Final Denali Park Road Vehicle Management Plan, which is available for review through July 29, 2012. The final plan represents the culmination of a four year planning process that determined a preferred alternative for managing vehicle use on the 92-mile Denali Park Road for the next 15 to 20 years.

The final document is available online at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/VMP_Denali For additional information on the plan, or to request a hard copy of the document, contact Miriam Valentine at (907) 733-9102 or at Miriam_Valentine@nps.gov.

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March-April DCC News is now Online

May 29, 2012

Learn the latest information about the Board of Game decisions this past spring and DCC’s involvement in the clean air permitting of the Healy Clean Coal Plant near Healy. Erica Watson interprets the recent JPARC EIS, and we say goodbye to our long-serving Community Organizer Julia.

March-April 2012 DCC News

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NPS Seeking Comments on Horseshoe Lake Trail Project

February 16, 2012

Denali National Park and Preserve News Release
Release Date: February 16, 2012
Contact: Kris Fister, kris_fister@nps.gov, 907- 683-9583

DENALI PARK, Alaska: The National Park Service (NPS) intends to evaluate the impacts of making improvements and additions to the Horseshoe Lake Trail. The current trail to the picturesque Horseshoe Lake is approximately 1.5 miles long, and is very popular with park visitors. The lake provides habitat for a variety of wildlife, and visitors walking on the trail have opportunities to see moose, beaver, and several bird species. The footpath was constructed in 1940 as the park’s first established trail. The trailhead is located at the railroad crossing on the Denali Park road (Mile 1).

Sections of the trail are in poor condition. There are steep sections that are difficult for many visitors, and portions are eroding due to inadequate drainage. A network of social trails has developed around the lake and throughout the area, creating additional erosion and damage to sensitive wildlife habitat, including beaver dams and  lodges. Proposed changes may include: Read more

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NPS Considering Plowing Park Road to Mile 12

February 10, 2012

The National Park Service is seeking input on a proposal to plow the Denali Park road beyond headquarters starting next winter. According to an NPS press release, plowing the road to mile 12 (the Mountain Vista trailhead) would “provide additional opportunities for winter visitors to the park, while protecting park resources and values. Plowing the road beyond park headquarters would allow private and commercial vehicles to travel further into the park to provide mountain viewing and increased recreational opportunities.” The parking lot at the Mountain Vista Trailhead would also be plowed.

The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported on the proposal here: http://newsminer.com/bookmark/17460188-Park-service-eyes-plan-to-plow-part-of-Denali-Park-Road-in-winter

A public meeting will be held on the possibility of plowing the road on Wednesday, February 22, from 6:00-8:00, at the Murie Science and Learning Center. NPS is also accepting written comments through March 9. Comments may be submitted online at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/dena, faxed to 907-683-9612 or mailed to Superintendent, Denali National Park and Preserve, ATTN: Winter road plowing, P.O. Box 9, Denali Park, AK 99755.

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Attend the Denali Borough Candidate Forum

October 31, 2011

Be sure to attend the Denali Borough Candidate Forum.

Hosted by the Tri-Valley Community Library
M0derated By Tri-Valley High School Government Class

Tuesday, November 1, 2011 @ 6:00pm

6:00 – 6:40     School Board candidates  (Lorrie Terry, Amber Renshaw, Elizabeth Hooge)

6:50 – 7:20     Borough Assembly candidates (Gordon Carlson, Vickie Lausen, Rusty Lasell)

 7:30 – 8:10    Borough Mayoral candidates (John Winklmann, David Talerico)

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Eva Creek Wind Farm Permitting Phase Blows Through

August 22, 2011

The Division of Mining, Land and Water (DMLW) released four separate land-use permits associated with the Eva Creek Wind Farm, proposed for ridges east of Ferry. Of the Eva Creek permits applied for by Golden Valley Electric Association (GVEA), two are associated with road use and development (over approximately 16 miles), one covers material sites and extraction (eight material sites to extract 309,730 cubic yards of gravel), and a fourth covers the land use required for the turbines themselves and associated infrastructure development (including 42,869 acres). In addition to structures planned for state land, a rail siding yard and warm storage building are planned for private land at the base of Ferry Rd.

A fifth land use permit, applied for by Brice, Inc., would grant up to fifteen acres for a construction staging site “adjacent to the Ferry Road, approximately one and one-half miles east of the Alaska Railroad.”

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Wind, gas and coal updates at GVEA Healy Meeting

August 22, 2011

Printed in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

FAIRBANKS — Golden Valley Electric Association plans to offer a public update on  new wind, natural gas and coal power options on Aug. 25 in Healy.

GVEA  President Brian Newton will offer a presentation on the Eva Creek wind project,  new plans for trucking liquefied natural gas and the Healy Clean Coal plant at a  noon luncheon of the Denali Chamber of Commerce at the 49th State Brewing Co.,  248.5 Mile Parks Highway.

At 6 p.m., GVEA will conduct a separate public  meeting about the Eva Creek project at the Tri-Valley Community Center.

From:  Fairbanks Daily News-Miner – GVEA plans Healy meeting

The Fairbanks News-Miner has published a flurry of opinions regarding the Healy Coal Plant, which have encouraged a flurry of online conversation.  Read more

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Denali Subsistence Resource Commission Meeting at Denali National Park

August 17, 2011

NPS Press Release

The Denali Subsistence Resource Commission (SRC) meeting is being held on Saturday, August 27 at the Murie Science and Learning Center in Denali National Park and Preserve. The public is invited to attend the meeting, which will be held from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The commission will consider a range of issues related to subsistence hunting and fishing in the 1980 additions to Denali National Park and Preserve. Select agenda items for the meeting include updates on the following topics: Denali’s Subsistence Hunting Management Plan, the review of the Federal Subsistence Program, current and upcoming research projects. Public testimony opportunities will be provided in the morning and in the afternoon.

For further information, please contact Amy Craver, Subsistence and Cultural Resource Manager, at (907) 683-9544 or amy_craver@nps.gov.

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National Park Service Invites Public to Meetings on Draft Denali Park Road Vehicle Management Plan

August 16, 2011

NPS Press Release

The National Park Service is holding three meetings on the Draft Denali Park Road Vehicle Management Plan, which is available for review and comment through September 30, 2011. The draft plan describes two action alternatives and a no action alternative for managing vehicle use on the 92-mile Denali Park Road for the next 15-20 years.

During the meetings, which will be done in an open house format, the public will have the opportunity to ask questions of park staff, gather additional information, and provide formal comments.

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Draft Denali Vehicle Management Plan released for public comment

July 29, 2011

The Draft Denali Park Road Vehicle Management Plan and EIS has been years in the making, and is now released for public comment. This plan suggests changes to longstanding management principles for governing traffic along the Denali park road. DCC will be formulating an initial response over the next two weeks, and we welcome your input. Please write us at mail@denalicitizens.org. Feel free to also post comments and discuss on our Facebook page.

Here is the National Park Service press release with links to the documents. Read more

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