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Final environment assessment

East Sabine Lake Hydrologic Restoration Project construction unit 1 (CS-32) : Cameron Parish, Louisiana

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Published by Administrator in U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services

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      • November 2004.Includes bibliographical references (leaves 30-32).

        StatementU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services
        PublishersU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services
        LC Classifications2004
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 103 p. :
        Number of Pages49
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata

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The EA will also allow the NPS to determine if the improvements included in the Proposed Action are appropriate for Fort Pulaski National Monument and consistent the the Park Area's General Management Plan Final environment assessment other applicable laws.

Customs and Border Protection CBP announces that a Final Environment Assessment EA for the construction and operation of a new central processing center and associated Finding of No Significant Impact FONSI have been prepared and are now available for public review. Final environment assessment and functions at Station Tybee would be located in the new MMB upon its completion.

Project JUSTICE supports homeland security operations and training by providing UAS flight and exercise support facilities needed for the research, development, test, evaluation, and training project activities of UAS in a variety of applications and scenarios. Therefore, the new BPS and associated supporting infrastructure are designed for continuous operation in support of the Border Patrol Strategic Plan to gain and maintain effective control of the borders of the United States.

As warranted, maritime exercises are coordinated in advance of all Project JUSTICE project activities with cooperation from the U. The National Environmental Policy Act NEPA requires all Federal agencies to consider the impacts of proposed actions on the human environment and involve the public in the NEPA process.

Project JUSTICE may test and evaluate both fixed wing and rotary aircraft. Project JUSTICE includes a maritime search and rescue program, implemented at Singing River Island. Border Patrol Sector Headquarters in Yuma, Arizona.controlled by artificial intelligence software.

Project JUSTICE activities may also involve UAS up to, but not exceeding, 100 pounds. Therefore, a FONSI was issued, and an Environmental Impact Statement is not required. Also included in the USCG Proposed Action are repair of shoreline riprap, upgrade of existing water supply and wastewater treatment systems, and upgrade of the National Park Service NPS boat ramp the Proposed Action.

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Final Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact for a New Central Processing Center in Yuma, Arizona (October 2019)

Construction of the MMB would replace aging facilities and multiple onshore buildings damaged during Hurricane Matthew in 2016 at Station Tybee, including the Station Building. The Final EA documents a review of the potential environmental and socioeconomic effects associated with proposed construction and operation of a new central processing center at the U. The notice of availability for the draft was published in the Yuma Sun newspaper on August 23, 2019. Review and approval by the NPS of proposed improvements is subject to compliance with NEPA.

The maximum altitude that UAS fly during Project JUSTICE activities is highly Final environment assessment and primarily depends on the type of UAS being tested and the location of the operation. The notice of availability for the draft was published in the Laredo Morning Times newspaper on December 17, 2020. Project JUSTICE test and evaluation scenarios have been developed in conjunction with MSU Raspet Flight Research Laboratory to research, develop, test, and evaluate third-party vendor UAS.