Direct and Constructive Notice
June 2015 by Scott HarnIt's a proven civil remedy to put an end to harassment by notifying a person who is either overstepping their authority, or failing to act as required, that they will be sued personally for an act or omission.
- Some mining claim fees increase
- Oregon miners file appeal
- US Fish & Wildlife law enforcement policing powers restrained
A two-pronged approach is necessary to restore suction dredging; federal preemption needs to be established as addressed above via petition; and clarification from the EPA is needed to establish that no Section 402 permit is necessary when there is no “addition” of a pollutant.
For now, MSHA is just collecting information. However, the information it collects will shape what comes next.
"As elected leaders of the State of Alaska, we want you to know that Alaska is open to investment from those who seek to develop our state's natural resources safely and responsibly..."
- Budd-Falen in line to become next director at BLM
- Ten national monuments slated for changes or reductions
- California adds another fee
- Interior Department reigns in “sue and settle”
- Comments needed on Forest Service Part 228 regulations
There are a few questions you will need to ask yourself before you apply for a suction dredge permit from the State Water Resources Control Board.
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