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04/17/2015 01:00 PM House RESOURCES

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Moved HCS CSSB 70(RES) Out of Committee
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Moved CSSJR 18(RES) Out of Committee
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        SB  70-GAS PIPELINE RIGHT-OF-WAY;PARKS;REC AREAS                                                                    
1:04:00 PM                                                                                                                    
CO-CHAIR NAGEAK announced that the  first order of business is CS                                                               
FOR SENATE BILL NO. 70(FIN),  "An Act relating to exceptions from                                                               
designation as a special purpose site  under art. VIII, sec. 7 of                                                               
the Constitution  of the State  of Alaska for portions  of Denali                                                               
State Park, Captain Cook State  Recreation Area, Nancy Lake State                                                               
Recreation Area, and Willow Creek  State Recreation Area to allow                                                               
leasing a right-of-way for a natural gas pipeline."                                                                             
1:04:33 PM                                                                                                                    
BEN  ELLIS, Director,  Division  of Parks  & Outdoor  Recreation,                                                               
Department of  Natural Resources  (DNR), introduced  CSSB 70(FIN)                                                               
on behalf  of the Walker  Administration, sponsor.   He explained                                                               
that the bill is necessary to  open a corridor through four state                                                               
legislatively designated  areas -  Denali State Park,  and Willow                                                               
Creek, Nancy  Lakes, and  Captain Cook  state recreation  areas -                                                               
through  the  Right-of-Way  Leasing   Act  for  the  purposes  of                                                               
construction of a natural gas pipeline from the North Slope.                                                                    
MR. ELLIS  projected a map provided  by DNR of Denali  State Park                                                               
depicting the proposed right-of-way  corridor.  He explained that                                                               
of  the four  areas it  is the  only area  with the  potential of                                                               
having either  the Alaska Liquefied  Natural Gas  Project (Alaska                                                               
LNG  Project  or AK  LNG)  pipeline  or  the Alaska  Stand  Alone                                                               
Pipeline (ASAP) within the corridor.   The green squared-off area                                                               
down the  middle of the  map delineates the sections  included in                                                               
the bill,  and this proposed  area is wide enough  to accommodate                                                               
either gasline, or even both, coming from the North Slope.                                                                      
MR. ELLIS  displayed a  map provided  by DNR  of the  Nancy Lakes                                                               
State Recreation  Area.  He pointed  out that the red  line which                                                               
denotes the ASAP  route touches the Nancy  Lakes State Recreation                                                               
Area in a few  places, but not nearly as much  as in Denali State                                                               
Park.  Drawing attention to the left  side of the map he said the                                                               
corridor that is  depicted is where the AK LNG  gasline would go,                                                               
but that the  Nancy Lakes Recreation Area would  only be impacted                                                               
by the ASAP gasline.                                                                                                            
MR. ELLIS showed a map provided  by DNR of the Willow Creek State                                                               
Recreation Area.   He explained  that the red line  going through                                                               
the area colored in light green  is the area included in the bill                                                               
and is for the ASAP gasline, and to  the left of it on the map is                                                               
the AK LNG gasline.                                                                                                             
MR. ELLIS  presented a map  provided by  DNR of the  Captain Cook                                                               
State Recreation Area,  explaining that this map  focuses only on                                                               
the AK  LNG gasline because  the ASAP gasline would  have stopped                                                               
north of Anchorage.                                                                                                             
1:08:45 PM                                                                                                                    
MR.  ELLIS  said  CSSB 70(FIN)  would  accomplish  the  following                                                               
primary objectives:  1) Authorize  the issuance of a right-of-way                                                               
lease under AS 38.35, the  Pipeline Right-of-Way Leasing Act, for                                                               
a natural gas  pipeline in an identified  corridor through Denali                                                               
State  Park, and  Willow  Creek, Nancy  Lakes,  and Captain  Cook                                                               
state recreation  areas.   2) The corridor  will be  adequate for                                                               
either the AK LNG or the  ASAP project.  3) Requires the corridor                                                               
to be  managed as parkland  or recreation area until  a right-of-                                                               
way  lease is  issued under  AS  38.35; upon  termination of  the                                                               
lease the  corridor returns to  original parkland  and recreation                                                               
area  management.    4)  Provides  supplemental  requirements  to                                                               
reserve  traditional  means of  public  access  and minimize  the                                                               
impact  of  a  pipeline  on  the  specific  values  of  park  and                                                               
recreation  areas.   5)  Clarifies  that  the DNR  commissioner's                                                               
power to  delegate condemnation authority  to the lease  does not                                                               
apply within  the bounds of  the park  and recreation areas.   6)                                                               
Requires the  gas pipeline lease  to be issued before  January 1,                                                               
2025, and pipeline  construction to begin within 10  years of the                                                               
effective date of the lease.                                                                                                    
MR.  ELLIS explained  the bill  is  needed because  the parks  at                                                               
issue are special-use  sites, reserved from the  public domain by                                                               
the legislature.   General  state land  is open  to multi-purpose                                                               
use  and leases  are  appropriate; there  are  many leases  under                                                               
general state  land, also known as  Title 38 lands.   But, when a                                                               
parkland or recreation  area is created by  the legislature, that                                                               
land is pulled out of general  state land and put into a special-                                                               
use area,  in this  case it  is for  recreation, called  Title 41                                                               
land.   Neither a  director nor a  commissioner has  authority to                                                               
lease Title  41 land and  that is  the basic reason  for bringing                                                               
forward this bill.  A director  can give a short-term contract to                                                               
a user  in an area of  concessionaire, but usually that  is for a                                                               
period  of 5-10  years.   State  game refuges  and Susitna  Basin                                                               
recreational rivers  are not included  in the bill  because these                                                               
areas  aren't closed  to leasing  under  AS 38.35  where a  lease                                                               
would be compatible with the purposes of the reserves.                                                                          
1:12:01 PM                                                                                                                    
MR.  ELLIS  stated  the  corridor specified  in  the  bill  would                                                               
suffice for  both the ASAP and  the AK LNG projects.   The Alaska                                                               
LNG  Project  and  the  Alaska  Gasline  Development  Corporation                                                               
(AGDC)  have worked  cooperatively to  select a  common alignment                                                               
for both projects; AGDC has  completed its route revisions to the                                                               
common alignment and  is calling it Rev. 6.1.   Field efforts for                                                               
both projects  have changed  to reflect  the common  alignment as                                                               
evidenced  in the  geo-technical site  locations currently  being                                                               
conducted within  Denali State Park  and these efforts  are close                                                               
to being completed at this point in time.                                                                                       
MR. ELLIS said the changes made  in CSSB 70(FIN) from the bill as                                                               
introduced are  as follows:   1) CSSB 70(FIN)  expands references                                                               
in  three  of  the  four  recreation  area  sections  to  include                                                               
authorization  to issue  right-of-way leases  under the  Pipeline                                                               
Right-of-Way  Leasing  Act in  Denali  State  Park, Captain  Cook                                                               
State  Recreation Area,  and Nancy  Lakes State  Recreation Area.                                                               
No change was needed for Willow  Creek State Recreation Area.  2)                                                               
CSSB 70(FIN)  changes the survey language  by removing "including                                                               
land that would  lie within the described parcels but  for a U.S.                                                               
survey," and replacing it with  "state or federal survey does not                                                               
remove land from  the parcels described in (a)  of this section."                                                               
3) In  an effort  to provide  for ample  time for  a right-of-way                                                               
leasing on  the project, CSSB  70(FIN) deletes in  four locations                                                               
of the  original bill  the language  "provide for  termination of                                                               
the lease if  commercial operation of the pipeline  has not begun                                                               
five years  after the effective  date of the lease"  and replaces                                                               
it with "provide for termination  of the lease if construction of                                                               
the pipeline has  not begun 10 years after the  effective date of                                                               
the lease."   4)  Also in  an effort to  provide for  ample time,                                                               
CSSB 70(FIN)  in four locations of  the bill extends the  date of                                                               
the lease  to become effective  from January 1, 2020,  to January                                                               
1, 2025.   It  was done  in four locations  because each  park or                                                               
recreation area has a section in  the bill, so if the language is                                                               
changed in one it must be changed in all four of the references.                                                                
1:14:57 PM                                                                                                                    
MR.  ELLIS pointed  out that  CSSB  70(FIN) does  not identify  a                                                               
right-of-way.   It opens  a sufficient amount  of acreage  to the                                                               
Pipeline  Right-of-Way Leasing  Act within  which a  right-of-way                                                               
can be selected.   The corridor designated by  CSSB 70(FIN) would                                                               
be adequate for the final  engineering determinations as to where                                                               
the exact  right-of-way is issued.   The right-of-way  within the                                                               
area authorized  by CSSB 70(FIN)  will be approximately  120 feet                                                               
wide for construction  reduced to 53 feet wide  for operation for                                                               
the  ASAP Project,  and approximately  180 feet  for construction                                                               
and  100 feet  for  operation for  the Alaska  LNG  Project.   No                                                               
Native  allotments  are  within  the corridor  proposed  in  CSSB
70(FIN) for  Denali State  Park, and  Willow Creek,  Nancy Lakes,                                                               
and Captain Cook  state recreation areas.   Further, CSSB 70(FIN)                                                               
will not affect  hunting and fishing in any way,  the access will                                                               
be  secured.   Until  such  time as  a  right-of-way corridor  is                                                               
leased, access will  be the same as  it is today.   Once a right-                                                               
of-way  is  leased and  construction  begins  there may  be  some                                                               
temporary restrictions  on hunting  and fishing  for construction                                                               
purposes, but  only in the  areas that are under  construction at                                                               
that particular time.   The bill provides for full  return of the                                                               
land  to the  park  when  it is  no  longer  needed for  pipeline                                                               
purposes.   Two releases  of land are  anticipated.   First, once                                                               
construction  is  complete,  the construction  right-of-way  will                                                               
contract  to operating  right-of-way.   This will  result in  the                                                               
release of land, which would become  fully part of the park again                                                               
without further  action by the  legislature.  Second, at  the end                                                               
of the pipeline  life, the lessee will be required  to return the                                                               
land  to  a  condition  acceptable to  the  commissioner  of  the                                                               
Department of Natural  Resources and upon completion  of this the                                                               
land will be released and returned to the park.                                                                                 
1:17:34 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE SEATON inquired whether  the granting of the lease                                                               
would change  the availability of  that corridor for oil  and gas                                                               
exploration, drilling, and development.                                                                                         
JOHN  HUTCHINS, Assistant  Attorney  General, Oil,  Gas &  Mining                                                               
Section,  Civil Division  (Juneau),  Department  of Law,  replied                                                               
that currently  the land is parkland  and not part of  the public                                                               
domain  and that  he doesn't  think oil  and gas  exploration and                                                               
development is authorized in parkland to begin with.                                                                            
REPRESENTATIVE  SEATON  asked  whether   creation  of  the  lease                                                               
corridor  without  a restriction  or  change  on it  alters  that                                                               
designation so  that it would then  be available for oil  and gas                                                               
exploration and production.                                                                                                     
MR.  HUTCHINS  responded  no,  the   statute  as  drafted  limits                                                               
disposal of the  land in the corridor to leasing  for a right-of-                                                               
way for a gas pipeline from the  North Slope and that is the only                                                               
reason that land within this corridor  can be disposed of or used                                                               
in any manner other than park purposes.                                                                                         
1:19:12 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE SEATON  noted there  has been some  question about                                                               
access and  road access along  the corridor once the  pipeline is                                                               
built.   He  inquired whether  the road  that will  be along  the                                                               
pipeline will  be available for public  use and what will  be the                                                               
standard of roadway.                                                                                                            
MR. ELLIS  answered that once  the pipeline  is in the  ground an                                                               
access  road will  be built  on top  of the  pipeline area.   The                                                               
discussion as  to the  requirements of  how vigorous  that access                                                               
road would be has not yet  taken place.  He understood the access                                                               
road  would  provide for  the  need  of  access to  the  pipeline                                                               
necessary  for   the  health  of   the  pipeline.     He  further                                                               
understood, and his vision is,  that it would provide all-terrain                                                               
vehicle  (ATV) access  along that  area, which  is not  currently                                                               
had.   He said he  can also see  the road providing  snow machine                                                               
access  in the  wintertime  for recreational  use,  which is  not                                                               
available now.   Unlike the  Trans-Alaska Pipeline  System (TAPS)                                                               
corridor  where  the  pipeline  is above  ground  and  that  area                                                               
limited to  the amount of  access, this pipeline is  below ground                                                               
and  the  access should  be  as  free as  it  is  today once  the                                                               
pipeline is in place.                                                                                                           
REPRESENTATIVE SEATON  understood it is not  anticipated that the                                                               
access road would  be a roadway for regular  vehicle traffic that                                                               
would then divide the park.                                                                                                     
MR. ELLIS replied correct, it would  be an access road to provide                                                               
for the checking  of the pipeline and  it would not be  a road as                                                               
such.    He  reiterated  that  he envisions  it  being  used  for                                                               
recreational activities  within the park  of ATVs in  the summer,                                                               
which currently  there is  none, and of  snow machines  north and                                                               
south,  again which  currently there  is none.   The  access road                                                               
will come by or near a  lot of the Parks Highway right-of-way and                                                               
that will play a part into all of this as well.                                                                                 
1:22:12 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE TARR  observed that the  map produced by  AGDC for                                                               
the Denali  State Park withdrawals  depicts the DNR  additions to                                                               
SB 70  in red and the  proposed additions to withdrawal  in blue.                                                               
She further  observed that the  maps produced by DNR  reflect the                                                               
DNR additions, but  the proposed additions to  withdrawal are not                                                               
MR. ELLIS responded  the [DNR] maps were provided  through the SB
70  process,   starting  with   the  Senate   Resources  Standing                                                               
Committee  followed up  by  the Senate  Finance  Committee.   The                                                               
[AGDC]  map has  not been  introduced to  DNR and,  while DNR  is                                                               
aware of it, he cannot comment on it at this time.                                                                              
1:23:30 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE JOSEPHSON  related he  has visited  and backpacked                                                               
in  the park  and recreation  areas in  question and  the Captain                                                               
Cook  State   Recreation  Area  has   massive  trees   along  the                                                               
shoreline.   He noted he  is a  great supporter of  this project,                                                               
but asked  whether the trees  will be  removed before there  is a                                                               
definitive natural gas plan.                                                                                                    
MR. ELLIS answered  that CSSB 70(FIN) allows  for a right-of-way,                                                               
which for  the Captain  Cook State Recreation  Areas is  a 2,000-                                                               
foot  corridor  because it  deals  with  the  AK  LNG line.    At                                                               
whatever point a  gasline is determined to be  constructed, if it                                                               
is  the ASAP  line then  Captain  Cook Recreation  Area won't  be                                                               
affected at all.   If it is  the AK LNG line, then  there will be                                                               
further  testing as  to  where in  that  2,000-foot corridor  the                                                               
construction corridor would  be created.  He  anticipated that in                                                               
that phase there  would be no tree removal.   He also anticipated                                                               
the possibility of  some seismic testing for soil  samples and so                                                               
forth, much  like what there  currently is in Denali  State Park.                                                               
Once the  construction corridor  of 180  feet is  determined that                                                               
area will be  cleared.  After construction that  corridor will be                                                               
reduced  to 100  feet  and the  other  80 feet  will  go back  to                                                               
natural regrowth.   He  understood there will  be no  issuance of                                                               
right-of-way that would allow for  anything to happen in the area                                                               
until  such time  a determined  route  was decided  upon and  the                                                               
party  or parties  would  then go  forward in  asking  to have  a                                                               
right-of-way through  the Pipeline  Right-of-Way Leasing  Act for                                                               
these four park and recreation areas.                                                                                           
1:26:52 PM                                                                                                                    
CO-CHAIR NAGEAK opened public testimony.                                                                                        
1:27:21 PM                                                                                                                    
CHARLES MCKEE  testified he has  acreage on the Parks  Highway in                                                               
the vicinity of mile 88 and  is concerned about how the right-of-                                                               
way might affect  that particular area.  He noted  he was injured                                                               
on the job and now has  a much reduced income and could therefore                                                               
lose his land for lack of payment to the bank.                                                                                  
1:31:45 PM                                                                                                                    
CO-CHAIR NAGEAK requested  AGDC to respond to  the question about                                                               
tree removal within the proposed corridor.                                                                                      
FRANK  RICHARDS, P.E.,  Vice President,  Engineering and  Program                                                               
Management,  Alaska   Gasline  Development   Corporation  (AGDC),                                                               
replied that the  cutting of trees along  a pipeline right-of-way                                                               
doesn't  come  into play  until  actually  into the  construction                                                               
mode.  The  granting to DNR of the ability  to provide a corridor                                                               
or right-of-way for AGDC in the  planning efforts in no way means                                                               
AGDC is  going to go  out and start cutting  trees.  Only  at the                                                               
point  that  a pipeline  route  has  been selected,  funding  and                                                               
financing procured,  and a final investment  decision (FID) made,                                                               
would AGDC go out and with  a defined right-of-way route of [180]                                                               
feet start removing trees.                                                                                                      
1:33:08 PM                                                                                                                    
CO-CHAIR  TALERICO  moved  to  adopt  Amendment  1,  labeled  29-                                                               
GS1820\N.1, Shutts, 4/15/15, which read:                                                                                        
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          Insert "Section 29: SW1/4"                                                                                            
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          Insert "Section 4: SE1/4"                                                                                             
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          Insert "Section 21: NW1/4"                                                                                            
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          Delete ": NE1/4, S1/2"                                                                                                
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          Delete "SE1/4"                                                                                                        
          Insert "S1/2, NE1/4"                                                                                                  
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REPRESENTATIVE SEATON objected for discussion purposes.                                                                         
1:34:20 PM                                                                                                                    
JULIE MORRIS, Staff, Representative  David Talerico, Alaska State                                                               
Legislature, explained Amendment 1 would  add small pieces to the                                                               
right-of-way.   She read through the  legal descriptions provided                                                               
in the  amendment and drew attention  to the map prepared  by the                                                               
Alaska Gasline  Development Corporation (AGDC), which  depicts in                                                               
blue  these proposed  additions  to withdrawal  for the  proposed                                                               
1:36:58 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  JOSEPHSON inquired  whose idea  is the  amendment                                                               
and asked what the purpose is of these additions.                                                                               
MS. MORRIS  offered her  understanding that  this section  of the                                                               
right-of-way needs to be wide enough  to have both the AK LNG and                                                               
the ASAP pipelines.  The amendment widens the corridor.                                                                         
REPRESENTATIVE JOSEPHSON asked whether this is DNR's request.                                                                   
MS. MORRIS responded DNR is aware of the amendment.                                                                             
REPRESENTATIVE JOSEPHSON  understood, then, that DNR  is aware of                                                               
the amendment but it is not DNR's amendment.                                                                                    
MS. MORRIS deferred to DNR to provide an answer.                                                                                
1:38:15 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE TARR  said it appears  that there are  not amended                                                               
areas to  include all  of the  parcels indicated  in blue  on the                                                               
AGDC map.  She requested that DNR respond in this regard.                                                                       
MR. RICHARDS answered  that the map prepared by AGDC  is based on                                                               
AGDC's knowledge of the request  for additional parcels, which is                                                               
what AGDC  has represented in  blue.   He said he  believes those                                                               
line up with what is identified in Amendment 1.                                                                                 
REPRESENTATIVE  TARR observed  that  Amendment  1 includes  seven                                                               
additions, but the map indicates eight or nine parcels.                                                                         
CO-CHAIR TALERICO  replied that line  18 of the amendment  is for                                                               
two separate portions  and said anywhere there is a  comma in the                                                               
amendment [it is a separate portion].   So, there are actually 10                                                               
in the amendment  and they should coincide with each  area on the                                                               
map.   He explained that this  is a kind of  flexibility to allow                                                               
the folks to  find the best location for the  pipeline.  Sections                                                               
are in squares but the pipeline  direction runs at a diagonal, so                                                               
it is  an effort to  expand the  potential footprint to  find the                                                               
best laydown  area for the pipeline.   It widens the  corridor in                                                               
areas that appear to be very narrow.                                                                                            
1:40:57 PM                                                                                                                    
CO-CHAIR NAGEAK requested Mr. Ellis to comment.                                                                                 
MR. ELLIS  responded that Amendment  1 did not originate  in DNR,                                                               
but DNR was aware of it  and DNR's opinion was that the right-of-                                                               
way as  described was wide enough.   That said, he  added, DNR is                                                               
not opposed to the additions.                                                                                                   
CO-CHAIR NAGEAK inquired about how  much [acreage] it is for each                                                               
of those areas.                                                                                                                 
MR. ELLIS deferred to Mr. Hutchins for an answer.                                                                               
MR. HUTCHINS  answered that a  full section is  approximately 640                                                               
acres and  each of  these is  a quarter section,  so each  of the                                                               
blue squares on the map is 160 acres.                                                                                           
1:43:01 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE TARR observed the  right-of-way will come close to                                                               
Byers Lake, a high value recreation  area.  She asked whether DNR                                                               
anticipates any problems with that.                                                                                             
MR. ELLIS  replied DNR does  not anticipate any  negative impacts                                                               
upon Byers Lake or Byers Lake Campground during this process.                                                                   
1:43:45 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE SEATON  removed his  objection.  [Amendment  1 was                                                               
treated as adopted.]                                                                                                            
1:43:53 PM                                                                                                                    
CO-CHAIR  NAGEAK closed  public testimony  after ascertaining  no                                                               
one else wished to testify.                                                                                                     
1:44:37 PM                                                                                                                    
CO-CHAIR TALERICO moved  to report CSSB 70(FIN),  as amended, out                                                               
of   committee   with    individual   recommendations   and   the                                                               
accompanying fiscal  notes.  There  being no objection,  HCS CSSB
70(RES)   was  reported   from  the   House  Resources   Standing                                                               

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
CSSB 70 ver N.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SB 70
CSSB 70 Sponsor Statement.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SB 70
CSSB 70(FIN)-Supporting Document-(LAS 30116 AGDC Geotech State Parks Permit final signed 2015).pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SB 70
CSSB 70(FIN)-Supporting Document-DNR Reply to SRES-3-17-15.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SB 70
SJR 18 ver W.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SJR 18 Sponsor Statement.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SJR 18 Fiscal Note-SRES-4-15-15.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SJR 18 Gov Inslee letter 3-31-15.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SJR 18 Export-Import Bank-News Articles.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SJR 18 Seattle City Council-SLOG News Article 4-10-15.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SJR 18 Supporting Documents-NSB Mayor Charlotte E. Brower Response to WA Gov Inslee 4-10-15.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SJR 18 Supporting Documents-Ties that Bind Puget Sound to AK-Seattle Metro Chamber 2-6-15.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 191 ver H.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 191
HB 191 Sponsor Statement.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 191
HB 191 Sponsor Presentation.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 191
HB 191 Sectional Analysis.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 191
HB 191 Sectional Analysis (Short Version).pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 191
CSSB 70 DNR Briefing Paper.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SB 70
CSSB 70 Sectional Analysis.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SB 70
CSSB 70 Supporting Document LDA_CaptCook.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SB 70
CSSB 70 Supporting Document LDA_Denali_.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SB 70
CSSB 70 Supporting Document LDA_NancyLake.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SB 70
CSSB 70 Supporting Document LDA_WillowCreek.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SB 70
SB070CS-DNR-PKS-4-16-15.pdf HRES 4/17/2015 1:00:00 PM
SB 70
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