Scoping Letter for Removal of Roberts Cabins

In 2003, the National Park Service (NPS) proposed to remove three privately-built recreational cabins (Moberly, Graham, and Roberts cabins) on Lake McDonald within Glacier National Park. Public scoping for this project was completed in July 2003. The project has been delayed, while a determination of eligibility for listing in the National Register of Historic Places was prepared. A National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Documentation for all recreational camps on Lake McDonald was completed in 2006. The Roberts Cabin was determined to be a contributing resource within the Glacier Park Villa Sites Historic District We are now proceeding with the preparation of an Environmental Assessment (EA) and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act Finding of Effect to analyze the impacts and effects of removal of the Roberts Cabin. Future management options for the Moberly and Graham cabins will be addressed in another EA.

Comment Period: Closed        Nov 29, 2006 - Dec 29, 2006
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