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Stevens Canyon Road Rehabilitation Project EA

Mount Rainier Seeks Public Review of Stevens Canyon Road Rehabilitation Project EA

Mount Rainier National Park Acting Superintendent Randy King has announced that an Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared for the Stevens Canyon Road Rehabilitation Project, Segments 1 and 4. The public is invited to review the EA and provide their comments.

The National Park Service (NPS) in cooperation with the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) is proposing to resurface, restore and rehabilitate 10.09 miles of Stevens Canyon Road. This action is needed because of deteriorating road conditions caused by structural deficiencies in the roadway and embankment fill slopes.

The EA is available on the park website http://parkplanning.nps.gov/. From the drop-down menu choose Mount Rainier National Park. It is also available at local public libraries. To receive more information or to request a CD copy of the EA, please call (360) 569-2211, ext. 2301.

Those wishing to provide comments should submit them in writing to: Superintendent, Mount Rainier National Park, 55210 238th Ave. E., Ashford, Washington 98304; or electronically at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/, choosing Mount Rainier National Park from the drop-down menu. Your comments should be postmarked or electronically date stamped no later than April 30, 2010, or 30 days after the date of this public release. Your comments, including your personal identifying information (name, address, telephone, e-mail address) may be made publicly available at any time, if requested under the Freedom of Information Act. While you can request your personal identifying information be withheld from public review, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to do so.
 
Comment Period: Closed        03/30/2010 - 04/30/2010
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