[Federal Register Volume 60, Number 76 (Thursday, April 20, 1995)]
[Pages 19763-19764]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 95-9742]


[NV-930-1430-01; N-57922]

Approved Amendment and Decision Record

AGENCY: Bureau of Land Management, Interior.

ACTION: Notice of availability.


SUMMARY: The Caliente Management Framework Plan and Nellis Air Range 
Resource Plan Approved White Sides [[Page 19764]] Land Withdrawal 
Amendment and Decision Record has been completed and is available to 
the public. This amendment will allow for the implementation of a 
United States Air Force proposal to withdraw 3,972 acres of public land 
in Lincoln County, Nevada. The purpose of the withdrawal is to provide 
a security and safety buffer to the adjacent withdrawn Nellis Air Force 

ADDRESSES: Copies of the Approved Land Use Plan Amendment and Decision 
Record may be obtained by writing to: Bureau of Land Management, Las 
Vegas District Office, 4765 W. Vegas Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89108.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mike Dwyer, District Manager, at the 
above Las Vegas District address or telephone (702) 647-5000.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The withdrawal will remove the subject lands 
from settlement, sale, or entry under the public land laws, including 
the mining laws of the United States subject to valid existing rights. 
It will be for a period of about six years, ending November 6, 2001, 
with the opportunity for reviews and renewal. All forms of public 
access, recreation, mineral exploration, oil and gas leasing, and 
mineral development will be prohibited. The land withdrawal will not 
allow for the construction of any on-site facilities or air-to-ground 
targeting activities. However, it will allow for the maintenance of 
existing roads and placing of security devises (e.g., posting, warning 
signs, sensors) along or near the boundary of the withdrawal area.
    The Caliente Management Framework Plan is amended to exclude the 
withdrawal area. The Nellis Air Force Range Resource Plan is amended to 
include the additional acreage. Management of the land to be withdrawn 
will conform to decisions in the Nellis Air Force Range Resource Plan. 
The Bureau of Land Management will continue to administer livestock 
grazing on the Bald Mountain Allotment. The Caliente Management 
Framework Plan will continue to provide management direction for the 
non-withdrawn portions of the grazing allotment and the Nellis Air 
Force Range Resource Plan will provide management direction for those 
portions of the allotment within the military withdrawal.
    Copies of the Approved Plan Amendment and Decision Record will be 
mailed to all individuals who participated in the planning process and 
other individuals upon request.

    Dated: April 7, 1995.

Ann J. Morgan,

State Director, Nevada.

[FR Doc. 95-9742 Filed 4-19-95; 8:45 am]