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February 13, 2019
Subject to AS 38.05.850, the Southcentral Regional Land Office has received an application for easement as follows:
APPLICANT: The Native Village of Eyak
PROJECT NAME: ADL 233183
GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION: Cordova, Alaska
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 12 discontiguous tideland parcels of varying length and width that will occupy a total of 16.71 acres, more or less:
- Township 15 South, Range 3 West: Section 10, Segment A (0.61 acres); Section 11, Segment B (0.20 acres), Segment C (0.12 acres), and Segment D (2.86 acres); Sections 2 and 11, Segment E (1.55 acres); Section 2, Segment F (0.29 acres), Segment G (1.61 acres), Segment H (0.22 acres), and Segment I (0.13 acres).
- Township 14 South, Range 3 West: Sections 25 and 36, Segment J (4.89 acres); Section 25, Segment K (0.14 acres) and Segment L (4.09 acres), all of Copper River Meridian.
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REQUESTED ACTIVITY: The proposed easement is required to construct that portion of Shepard Point Road on state tidelands west of Orca Cannery to Shepard Point. The easement, if approved, may differ from that described herein.
REQUESTED TERM: Until no longer needed.
DEADLINE FOR COMMENTS: March 18, 2019
The public is invited to comment on this activity. The purpose of this notice is to gather input before a decision is made. To ensure consideration, written comments must be received by the Division of Mining, Land and Water at Southcentral Regional Land Office, Anchorage, AK 99501-3577 on or before 5:00 p.m. on the date noted above. Questions concerning this activity or requests to view the full application packet should be directed to Elizabeth Sherwood, Telephone: (907)269-7472; Fax: (907) 269-8913 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
After review and adjudication, the Southcentral Regional Land Office may issue an authorization with stipulations for the activity. The activity may be modified during the review and adjudication process.
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