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Nimrod Lake & Blue Mountain Lake
Master Plan Revisions 

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Lake Nimrod

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Blue Mountain Lake

Nimrod Lake and Blue Mountain Lake Master Plan Revision Comment Form

Please use this form to provide your comments on the DRAFT Blue Mountain and Nimrod Lake Master Plans, 

Comments must be submitted by June 8th, 2024.

Comments can also be e-mailed, mailed, or faxed.

Mail: Nimrod Lake and Blue Mountain Lake MP Planner,
Recreation and Natural Resources Section,
USACE, Little Rock District, P.O. Box 867, Little Rock, AR 72203
Fax: (501) 324-6230

email: CESWL-Nimrod_BlueMountainMPRevision@usace.army.mil

Phone: Project Manager - (501) 324-5657


 







Nimrod Lake Comments

Blue Mountain Lake Comments

Comments may be submitted via mail, fax, email, or the project website with attention to: Nimrod Lake and Blue Mountain Lake MP Planner, Recreation and Natural Resources Section, USACE, Little Rock District, P.O. Box 867, Little Rock, AR 72203.

Fax: (501) 324-6230, Email: CESWL-Nimrod_BlueMountainMPRevision@usace.army.mil

Website: https://www.swl.usace.army.mil/Missions/Planning/Nimrod-Blue-Mountain-Master-Plan/

Written comments must be postmarked, e-mailed, faxed, or otherwise submitted by June 8, 2024.

PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT INSTRUCTIONS

AUTHORITY: ER 1130-2-406, and the laws and regulations referenced therein.

PRINCIPAL PURPOSE(S): To provide a means for the maximum practicable public participation in Master Plan formulation, preparation, and subsequent revisions, through the use of public meetings, group workshops, open houses or other public involvement.

ROUTINE USE(S):  Information you provide will be available for public review or may be disclosed to members of the Department of Defense or other Government agencies who have a need for the information in performance of their official duties, and where use of such information is compatible with the purpose for which the information is collected.

DISCLOSURE: Voluntary; however, failure to furnish the requested information may prevent the Agency from being able to direct meeting notices or provide additional information to commenters.

 

What is NEPA?

The National Environmental Policy Act is our basic national charter for protection of the environment. It is foremost a procedural law that helps ensure that federal decision makers take a hard look at the potential effects of a proposed action and allow the public and other stakeholders to comment on the federal agency’s effects analysis and consideration of reasonable alternatives. The NEPA analysis helps these decision makers understand the environmental consequences of the alternatives in comparative form before making a decision. This “hard look” is informed by the public and other stakeholders, starting with a project or study’s scoping phase.

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The environmental review process that accompanies Corps planning studies and its value to the public are not always easy to understand. Recognizing this, and to help the public and organizations effectively participate in federal agency environmental reviews, the Council on Environmental Quality wrote the informational A Citizen’s Guide to the NEPA