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Last Post 03 Apr 2019 01:23 PM by  ARTHUR WAUGH
notice of intent for using a highbanker ? Help
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patrick dulin
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01 Apr 2019 12:12 PM
    Anybody have experience with submitting a notice of intent to the Forest Service to use a High Banker ? Trying to get my summer plans lined up and just verified with the Forest Service a Notice of intent is required for a High Banker wither one bucket or 100 is to be run through it
    Thanks in Advance
    Wayne Crowder
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    01 Apr 2019 01:33 PM
    What state are you in?
    patrick dulin
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    01 Apr 2019 01:52 PM
    Montana .
    WILLIAM HALL
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    01 Apr 2019 07:53 PM
    I would think one could find all that information and paperwork requirements online or
    the most recent mining guide has listings for BLM offices and other field offices, give them a call
    if you call, get names, times and positions of persons talk to. It has been my experience that stories/requirements change depending on who you talk to

    Good Luck,
    Bill
    So Much River So Little Time...Get Out There
    patrick dulin
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    01 Apr 2019 08:37 PM
    Thank you will do , it seems silly to have to do a notice if intent for a mini highbanker and a shovel for maybe 1 or 2 days tops but I'll play by there rules and not give them ammunition to impose more regulations thank you for your input
    ARTHUR WAUGH
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    03 Apr 2019 01:23 PM
    Generally a NOI and or POO is for using mechanized equipment and creating more than minimal ground disturbance, ie. backhoe, dozer, etc..

    If you wind up having to file a NOI, be prepared to wait a long time for it to be approved or denied.

    If you are using a recirculating mini banker in a tub, shouldn't have any problems, but like Bill said, names and times.

    If you don't get anywhere with the USFS on the district or forest level, go to the regional office. I'd also research what the main USFS (inDC) requirements are, sometimes regional and National Forests put their own spin on interpretaion of rules.

    If not using a tub then you might have to go to settling pond type setup so any sediment doesn't get back to the waterway.
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