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Division of Water Quality Utah Department of Environmental Quality UIC Permit UTU-27-AP-718D759 Purpose of Public Notice The Utah Department of Environmental Quality is soliciting comments on its proposal to issue an Underground Injection Control (UIC) Class III Solution Mining Area Permit Modification under the authority of the Utah Water Quality Act, Section 19-5-104(1)(I) Utah Code Annotated 1953 as amended, and the Utah Administrative Code R317-7. This permit covers the creation of several underground caverns to store natural gas, refined or crude petroleum products, compressed air energy, and other liquids or gases in an underground salt body located approximately 9 miles north of Delta, Utah in Millard County. Permit Information Permittee Name: Magnum Solution Mining, LLC Permittee Mailing Address: 3165 East Millrock Drive, Suite 330 Holladay, Utah 84121 Permitted Facility Location: The Project Area for several Class III Solution Mining wells and caverns is centered approximately at 39 o 29’ latitude 112 o 36’ longitude, NAD83, in the Sections. 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27, T 15 S, R 7 W; SLB&M in Millard County, Utah approximately 9 miles north of Delta. Magnum Solution Mining, LLC (Magnum) proposes to create several underground storage caverns in a salt deposit that has been tectonically thickened. As product-specific Construction and Cavern Development Plans are developed for the products, permitted cavern volumes will be established. Once each well / cavern system for hydrocarbon products has been completed and passed mechanical integrity testing, regulatory authority for operation and maintenance for natural gas storage will be transferred to the Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining. Regulatory oversight authority for the CAES caverns or for any storage cavern for which DOGM will not assume responsibility during operation and maintenance will remain with DWQ under a Class V UIC permit. Public Comments Public comments are invited any time prior to 5:00 pm Friday, October 13, 2017. Written comments may be directed to the Division of Water Quality, P.O. Box 144870, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-4870. All comments received prior to Friday, October 13, 2017, will be considered in the formulation of final determinations to be imposed on the permit. A public hearing may be held if written requests are received within the first 15 days of this public comment period, that demonstrate significant public interest and substantive issues exist to warrant holding a hearing. Further Information Additional information; including this public notice announcement, the statement of basis, and the draft permit; may be obtained at the following web site: https://deq. utah.gov/NewsNotices/notices/ water/index.htm or by contacting Candace Cady at: (801) 536- 4352, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Permit application documents are available for review during normal business hours at the Division of Water Quality, 195 N. 1950 W., Salt Lake City, Utah. In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, individuals with special needs (including auxiliary communicative aids and services) should contact Larene Wyss, Office of Human Resources at (801) 536- 4284, TDD (801) 536-4284. Published in the Millard County Chronicle Progress SEPTEMBER 13, 2017.

2018 CONSERVATION DISTRICT ELECTION A Conservation District (CD), is a governmental limited purpose local district. The CDs purpose is to improve and protect natural resources for public benefit. A 5-member elected Citizen Board governs a CD. The term of office is four years. The board provides direction to federal, state and local government programs concerning conservation. Board decisions are made in meetings open to the public. Elections are in progress to fill two Supervisor positions on each of the state’s 38 CD boards. Candidates have been selected by a local nominating committee. The UCC and the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food direct and conduct these elections. Any registered Utah voter, or private agricultural land owner/ manager may request a ballot by email at UDAF-SoilCons@utah. gov, or voters may register for this election at UDAF_CDElection_link on the Internet. Completed ballot request forms must be received at the UCC office by September 25, 2017. Completed ballots must be postmarked by October 5, 2017. Candidates for the CD(s) in your area are: Delta Conservation District Millard County Klint Atkinson - Hinckley Jared Bryan - Delta Kevin Knight – Delta Millard Conservation District Millard County Don Probert - Scipio Blake Stevens - Holden Kyle Swallow - Fillmore Published in the Millard County Chronicle Progress SEPTEMBER 13, 2017.

Division of Water Quality Utah Department of Environmental Quality UIC Permit UTU-27-AP-718D759 Purpose of Public Notice The Utah Department of Environmental Quality is soliciting comments on its proposal to issue an Underground Injection Control (UIC) Class III Solution Mining Area Permit Modification under the authority of the Utah Water Quality Act, Section 19-5-104(1)(I) Utah Code Annotated 1953 as amended, and the Utah Administrative Code R317-7. This permit covers the creation and enlargement of several underground caverns to store natural gas liquids (NGLs) in an underground salt body located approximately 9 miles north of Delta, Utah in Millard County. Permit Information Permittee Name: NGL Energy Partners LP, in Utah dba Sawtooth NGL Caverns, LLC Permittee Mailing Address: 6965 Union Park Center Suite 270 Midvale, UT 84047 Permitted Facility Location: The Project Area for the Class III Solution Mining wells and caverns is centered approximately at 39 o 29’ 39” latitude 112 o 36’ 35” longitude, NAD83, in the S 1/2 of Sec. 23 and the N 1/2 of Sec. 26, T 15 S, R 7 W; SLB&M in Millard County, Utah approximately 9 miles north of Delta. Sawtooth NGL Caverns, LLC (Sawtooth) operates and proposes to create several additional underground caverns in a salt deposit that has been tectonically thickened. Each of the NGL storage caverns will have a maximum open cavern volume of approximately 2 million barrels. The final cemented casing will be set at least 200 feet into the salt. The roof of the cavern will be established 200 feet below the final cemented casing. The maximum diameter of each cavern is intended to be approximately 200 feet and the open height approximately 1,000 feet. Once each well / cavern system has been completed and has passed mechanical integrity testing, regulatory authority for operation and maintenance for NGL storage will be transferred to the Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining. Public Comments Public comments are invited any time prior to 5:00 pm Friday, October 13, 2017. Written comments may be directed to the Division of Water Quality, P.O. Box 144870, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-4870. All comments received prior to Friday, October 13, 2017, will be considered in the formulation of final determinations to be imposed on the permit. A public hearing may be held if written requests are received within the first 15 days of this public comment period, that demonstrate significant public interest and substantive issues exist to warrant holding a hearing. Further Information Additional information; including this public notice announcement, the statement of basis, and the draft permit; may be obtained at the following web site: https://deq. utah.gov/NewsNotices/notices/ water/index.htm or by contacting Candace Cady at: (801) 536- 4352, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Permit application documents are available for review during normal business hours at the Division of Water Quality, 195 N. 1950 W., Salt Lake City, Utah. In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, individuals with special needs (including auxiliary communicative aids and services) should contact Larene Wyss, Office of Human Resources at (801) 536- 4284, TDD (801) 536-4284. Published in the Millard County Chronicle Progress SEPTEMBER 13, 2017.

Notice is hereby given that the Fillmore City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Fillmore City Council Chambers, 75 West Center St., for the purpose of receiving public comment for a preliminary plat by Lane Myers of Myers Properties for a subdivision application for property located at approximately 900 South to 800 South from Highway 99 to east side of Interstate 15 in Fillmore, Utah. Those individuals needing special accommodations are asked to contact the planning secretary two (2) days prior to the meeting at 435-743-5233. /s/ Kevin W. Orton Fillmore City Recorder Published in the Millard County Chronicle Progress SEPTEMBER 13, 20, 2017.

Millard County is accepting three separate bids for the following jobs. The first bid will be for cement work (Flat Work) at the East Millard Equestrian grandstands. The second bid will be for replacing or putting a cement cap over an existing cement landing. The third bid will be for carpenter work, removing and replacing old and unsafe benches, steps and other wood items that are warn and present a hazard to patrons, installing metal sheeting under the grandstands in the concession area. All work will be done at the Fillmore Race Track (465 West 100 South). There will be a MANDATORY meeting for interested “Licensed Contractors “to review the scope of work at the Fillmore Race Track, 25 September 2017, 9:00am, with Commissioner Wayne Jackson, Nate Porter and Maintenance Supervisor Klint Penney. Specifics regarding the job will be reviewed at that time. Sealed bids are due at the Millard County Auditor’s Office, 50 South Main Street, Fillmore, Utah no later than 5:00 PM, 22 September 2017. Bids will be opened during the regular scheduled Commission meeting on 10 October, 2017 at 11:00 am. Millard County has the right to reject any and all bids. Millard County is an equal opportunity employer. Published in the Millard County Chronicle Progress SEPTEMBER 13, 20, 2017.

The Fillmore City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on September 26, 2017 at 7:05 p.m. The public hearing will concern changes to the Planning and Zoning Code to clarify issues about the impact of roads planned or mapped, but not yet developed, on Simple Lot Subdivisions. A small technical correction to Minor Subdivision requirements, changes to bring section 6-11.5 to bring the section into compliance with state law, and changes to number of parking spaces required per unit for apartment buildings, hotels and motels. Those individuals needing special accommodations are asked to contact the planning secretary two (2) days prior to the meeting at 435-743-5233. /s/ Kevin W. Orton Fillmore City Recorder Published in the Millard County Chronicle Progress SEPTEMBER 13, 20, 2017.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 13-242 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF DELTA CITY (1981 EDITION) AS AMENDED, (“DELTA CITY ORDINANCES”) PERTAINING TO THE LICENSING AND REGISTRATIONS OF DOGS WITHIN DELTA CITY. The City Council of the City of Delta, Utah (referred to herein as the “City Council”), recites the following as the basis for enacting this Ordinance: A.Utah Code Ann. § 10-8-65 and other sections of the Utah Code authorizes Delta City to regulate dogs and other animals within City limits; B.The City Council has determined it to be in the best interest of the residents of Delta City to adjust the licensing dates and fees for dogs to be kept within City limits; C.By Resolution, the City Council has adopted and regularly updates the Delta City Consolidated Fee Schedule setting out fees charged by the City; D. The City Council has determined that it would be beneficial to clarify the criminal classification for violation of dog licensing requirements of Delta City; and E. The City Council finds this ordinance to be in the best interest of the public health, safety and welfare of Delta City. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Delta, Utah: Section 1. Adoption of Completely Amended 13-242. Title 13-242 of the Revised Ordinances of Delta City (1981 edition) as amended, is hereby adopted and amended in its entirety as shown in Exhibit A which is attached to and incorporated in this ordinance. Section 2. Effective Date. This ordinance shall become effective upon publication. Section 3. Publication. This ordinance, or a summary thereof, is ordered published in the Millard County Chronicle-Progress, a newspaper having general circulation within the city of Delta, Utah. Section 4. Severability. In the event that any provision of this ordinance less than the entire ordinance is held invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, this ordinance shall be deemed severable and such finding of invalidity shall not affect the remaining portions of this ordinance. Section 5. Repeal of Conflicting Ordinances. To the extent that any ordinances, resolutions or policies of the City of Delta conflict with the provisions of this ordinance, it is hereby amended to be in accordance with the provisions hereof. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Delta, State of Utah on the 7th day of September, 2017, by the following Vote: GAYLE K. BUNKER, MAYOR GREGORY JAY SCHAFER, MMC CITY RECORDER Exhibit “A” 13-242. LICENSE AND REGISTRATION REQUIRED. A. It shall be an infraction for any person to keep, harbor or maintain any dog six (6) or more months old unless such dog has been registered and licensed in the manner herein provided. B. Application for registration and licensing shall be made to the Treasurer or such other person as the City Council may authorize to receive such applications. C. A dog license shall be issued by the Treasurer or such other person as the City Council may authorize. D. No dog license shall be issued by Delta City until the fee required herein is paid. Fees shall be charged as set by resolution E. The fee due and payable shall be due July 1 and shall be delinquent after August 1 of each year. A penalty of 25 percent shall be added to delinquent payments. F. Anyone owning, keeping, harboring or maintaining three or more dogs over the age of three -months shall be considered operating a dog kennel and shall be required to pay an annual kennel license fee as set by resolution. G. The owner shall state at the time application is made for such license, his name and address and the sex, breed and color of each dog owned or kept by him. The license fee shall cover the calendar year in which the license was issued, expiring on the 30th day of June following the year of issuance, regardless of the date when issued. H. The provisions of this section shall not be intended to apply to dogs whose owners are nonresidents temporarily brought within Delta City; nor to dogs brought to Delta City for the purpose of participating in any dog show, nor to commercial kennels. I. Dogs used as guides for blind persons and commonly known as Seeing Eye dogs shall be licensed and registered as other dogs hereinabove provided; except that the owner or keeper of such dog shall not be required to pay any fee therefor. Published in the Millard County Chronicle Progress SEPTEMBER 13, 2017.

 

Two geology field trips are being offered by the Great Basin College during the Fall Semester.  These are introductory classes with no prerequisites.

Ancient Lake Lahontan (Geol 299) on September 21-24.  2 credits.    Classroom meeting is Thursday at the Winnemucca Great Basin College Campus, Room 122 from 6-9 pm.  Travel on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to examine lake shorelines, tufa formations, hydrologic and volcanic features.  Many stops include the Blackrock Desert, Pyramid Lake, Walker Lake, Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge, and the Truckee, Carson, Walker and Humboldt Rivers.  One night will be spent in Winnemucca and two nights in Fallon.

Railroad Valley and the Pancake Range on October 20-22.  1 credit.  Classroom meeting is Friday at the Ely Great Basin College Campus, Room 116 from 6-9 pm.  Travel on Saturday and Sunday to examine lake features, hot and cold springs, and supervolcanoes.  Many stops include the Big Warm Spring, artesian wells, and the Lunar Crater Volcanic Field.  Two nights will be spent in Ely.

 

Participants must be registered and complete required Team Travel and Class Waiver forms one week prior to class.  Travel is at student’s expense.  All maps, charts, and discussions will be provided.  Attendees must provide their own reliable transportation-preferably with four wheel drive.  Camera, binoculars, and other outdoor gear are recommended.

For more information or field trip details call Veronica Nelson, Ely Center Director at 775 289-3589 or course instructor John Breitrick at 775 238-0508.

Great Basin College is a member of the Nevada System of Higher Education and governed by the Board of Regents. The college is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. 

Probate No. 173700015 Estate of Warren Brent Overson, aka Warren B. Overson, deceased WAYNE K. OVERSON, whose address is 1167 West Prodo Vista Drive, West Valley City, UT 84119- 3925 has been appointed Personal Representative of the estate of the above-named decedent. Creditors of the estate are hereby notified to deliver or mail to the undersigned, a written statement of claim indicating its basis, the name and address of creditor, and the amount claimed or file a written statement of the claim with the Clerk of the Court, within three (3) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or be forever barred. DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: September 6, 2017 DATED this 31st day of August, 2017. /s/ Wayne K. Overson WAYNE K. OVERSON RICHARD WADDINGHAM #4766 GREG GREATHOUSE #7725 WADDINGHAM & ASSOCIATES, P.C. Attorneys for Personal Representative 362 West Main Delta, UT 84624 (435) 864-2748 Published in the Millard County Chronicle Progress SEPTEMBER 6, 13, 20, 2017.

Written by Barbara Clark, staff reporter

The Millard School District voted to increase property taxes by 7.85 percent Wednesday night following a truth-in-taxation hearing where many residents spoke for and against the proposal.

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