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Bureau of Land Management
1849 C St. Room 406 Ls
District of Columbia
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is responsible for managing 258 million acres of public lands, located mostly in the West. Wild horses and burros roaming public rangelands are managed in a manner consistent with BLM's overall multiple-use mission, as ...
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An environmental review and public comment were not required because the company said placement of the masts by helicopter would not cause significant disturbance to the land, BLM spokesman Steven Razo said.
"If they decide they want to go forward with the project, our environmental process begins and all the cultural issues and others will be addressed, and the public will have an opportunity to provide their concerns and input," Razo
The company would have to submit a plan for how its power would tie in to the grid, Razo
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Off-road vehicles are now allowed on 69,000 acres out of 118,000 acres at the Algodones Dunes, said Stephen M. Razo, a spokesman for the Bureau of Land Management in Riverside.
It's part of the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area about 160 miles southeast of Riverside near the tiny community of Glamis.
Riding in off-limits areas is not a serious problem now, but there are violations and citations, Razo added.
Officials reported 118 injuries, all ...
Officials reported 118 injuries, all minor, and 20 arrests, mostly for unruly behavior and a handful of driving under the influence, said Stephen Razo, a spokesman for the Bureau of Land Management.
More than 600 tickets had been issued for infractions that ranged from riding without a helmet to driving under the influence, Razo
The law enforcement efforts increased this year because of a fatal shooting, several stabbings, more than 150 injuries, 65 arrests and 1,500 tickets that were issued last year over the four-day Thanksgiving weekend, he
There has been a law enforcement officer for every 1,600 revelers, up from one ranger per 4,000 two years ago, Razo
said enforcement costs more than $200,000 on a holiday weekend.Violators risk $500 fines and jail.
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About 31 minor injuries were reported, said Stephen Razo of the Bureau of Land Management, which oversees the dunes.
Stephen Razo, a BLM ...
Stephen Razo, a BLM spokesman, said yesterday that the agency needed to review the lawsuit before making any comment.