by KTNA Staff ~ July 7th, 2010
|Category: Public Notices
Sub-Category: Coastal Consistency Review – ACMP
|Department: Natural Resources|
|Publish Date: 06/30/2010||Location: Anchorage, Central Region, Statewide, Wasilla
Coastal District: Matanuska Susitna Borough
Body of Notice:
Alaska Coastal Management Program
Dated June 30, 2010
Honeybee Lake geothermal system
Your Opportunity to Comment
Project Title/State ID#:
Honeybee Lake geothermal system /AK 2010-0604AA
Michael and Mary Frahm
Section 30, Township 19 North, Range 12 West of the Seward Meridian
Review Schedule (30 days):
• Day 1………………………………6/30/2010
• Comments due on or before……….7/19/2010
• Final determination issued by……..7/30/2010
How you can participate:
This project is being reviewed for consistency with the Alaska Coastal Management Program. Your comments on the proposed project’s consistency must be submitted in writing to the Division of Mining, Land and Water (contact information below). Comments about inconsistency must identify the relevant enforceable policy and explain how the project is not consistent with that policy.
Deadline for written ACMP comments:
5:00 PM on July 19, 2010
Department of Natural Resources (DNR) authorization – To submit comments, objections or expressions of interest on DNR’s proposed action to issue a Tideland Use Permit, or for more information on the DNR process, contact the Division of Mining, Land and Water (DMLW). Any comments must be received in writing by 5:00 PM on July 30, 2010. Please make reference to the Honeybee Lake geothermal project LAS 27689. DMLW reserves the right to waive technical defects in this publication.
Christy Colles Natural Resource Specialist
Division of Mining, Land and Water
550 W. 7th Ave., Suite 900C, Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone: 907-334-2683 Fax: 907-269-8913
Email: Christianna [dot] colles [at] alaska [dot] gov
Web site: http://www.alaskacoast.state.ak.us/
The project subject to this consistency review is installation of two geothermal heating systems into a private residence that will require the use of adjacent state owned submerged lands. Each system will consist of buried supply and return lines located on the property connected to lake loops sunk to the bottom of the public lake, Honeybee Lake. Each loop will have (6) six coils of ¾” polyethylene tubing, 300 feet long, connected to a header. The purpose of the project is for a private heating source to be used by the applicants.
For your information:
Individuals with disabilities who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special modifications to participate in this review may contact the DMLW at the above address.
Public notice is also on the ACMP web site. A complete copy of the project packet is available, upon request for review and copying by contacting the review staff at the above address.
Public notice posted in the post office in Willow, Wasilla and on the ACMP web site. A complete copy of the project packet is available, upon request for review and copying by contacting the review staff at the above address.