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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 99-894



Proposed Exchange of Lands between DCNR, Bureau of Forestry and George E. Logue, Inc.

[29 Pa.B. 2884]

   The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (Department), acting through the Bureau of Forestry, and George E. Logue, Inc. of Montoursville, PA, are proposing to negotiate an exchange of lands in Lycoming County, PA.

   The Bureau of Forestry is proposing to acquire from George E. Logue, Inc. a total of 658 acres of land in three separate parcels. The first is a tract of 400 acres in McNett Township on the headwaters of Lycoming Creek and bounded on three sides by the Tiadaghton State Forest. The second is a tract of 90 acres at Jersey Mills, McHenry Township, bounded by the Tiadaghton State Forest and the Pine Creek Trail. The third is a tract of 168 acres in Gamble Township near the mount of Wallis Run bounded on the west by the Tiadaghton State Forest and on the east by SR 1003.

   In return, the Bureau of Forestry proposes to convey to George E. Logue, Inc. 250 acres of the Tiadaghton State Forest in Armstrong Township. This parcel will encompass an existing quarry site along Pa. Rt. 554 south of the Borough of South Williamsport.

   The Bureau of Forestry has conducted the necessary Environmental Reviews and Assessments for all the tracts involved. No significant environmental concerns were identified.

   As is the policy of the Department, the public is hereby notified of this exchange. A 30-day period for public inquiry and/or comment will be in effect commencing June 7, 1999 and ending July 6, 1999. Oral or written comments or questions concerning this proposed exchange may be addressed to:  Dr. James R. Grace, State Forester, Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry, P. O. Box 8552, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8552; (717) 787-2703. These oral and/or written comments will become part of the official document used in the final decision process.

   If, in the duration of the 30-day comment period, a significant amount of public concern develops, the Secretary of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources may schedule a public informational meeting.


[Pa.B. Doc. No. 99-894. Filed for public inspection June 4, 1999, 9:00 a.m.]

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