Antelope Point Marina Resort Development Plan and Environmental Assessment (2002)
*Note: This document and plan was completed in 2002 and is not open for public comment.
In October 2000, the Navajo Nation and National Park Service published a prospectus seeking proposals to develop the Antelope Point Marina and Resort Development Project (the Project) consistent with the previously Navajo Nation and National Park Service-approved 1986 Development Concept Plan and Environmental Assessment (DCP/EA).
This environmental assessment (EA) examined three alternatives for the Project: the No Action Alternative (Alternative A); the proposal submitted by Antelope Holdings (the Project developer) to the Navajo Nation and National Park Service (Alternative B); and a modification of Antelope Holdings' proposal that would reduce potential environmental consequences (Alternative C). Alternatives B and C each provide for the development of a floating marina village and boat docks, dry storage for boats, campground and recreational vehicle park, resort hotel and cultural center, optional employee housing, and supporting infrastructure.
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