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Park service seeks public comment

The National Park Service wants to know what people think about an environmental assessment for a proposed relocation of utility and water lines for the Boulder City Bypass project.

The bypass was approved in 2005, but the environmental impact statement did not address the need to move existing power lines and install a pipeline to provide water for construction.

The proposed project would move about a mile of transmission lines and install a temporary above-ground water pipe from Lake Mead to provide water for crews.

To comment on the proposed changes and to read more on what it would mean for the Lake Mead area, go to parkplanning.nps.gov/. To send a written message, write to Lake Mead NRA, Compliance Office, 601 Nevada Way, Boulder City, NV 89005.

Comments must be received by Sept. 19.



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