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Chilkat Peninsula Competitive Timber Sale

Development and Disposal Plan
Date Extended

Accepting Sealed Offers through
5:00 P.M., Wednesday, November 22, 2017


Exhibit A
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CHILKAT PENINSULA HAINES, ALASKA
T31S, R60E, SECS. 19, 20 & 29
COPPER RIVER MERIDIAN
HAINES RECORDING DISTRICT

DESCRIPTION

Development and Disposal Plan

The University of Alaska (the “University”) intends to offer to qualified individuals or entities the opportunity to harvest timber on the University’s Chilkat Peninsula parcels.[1]  The Chilkat Peninsula parcels are located approximately 4 miles southeast of Haines, as shown on Exhibit A.  The total area for the Chilkat Peninsula parcels is approximately 400 acres.  These described parcels are part of the University’s 2016 Southeast Alaska Timber Stewardship Plan and 5-year Timber Harvest Schedule.  Both the plan and the schedule were coordinated with Alaska’s Division of Forestry and Alaska’s Mental Health Trust Land Office.  Additionally, a portion of the timber sale area (120 acres) was logged in 1965 by Coe & Wilson and administered by Alaska Division of Forestry (Juneau) under ADL 105649.
 
The timber sale will consist of old growth Sitka spruce and western hemlock.  Access to the Chilkat Peninsula parcels is by road.  Shovel logging or other conventional logging methods could be feasible after the construction of roads.  Upon approval of this development and disposal plan, the University will consider offers at fair market value to harvest timber from qualified individuals or entities in accordance with the “2017 Chilkat Peninsula Competitive Timber Sale Development and Disposal Terms and Conditions.”[2]  The University reserves the right to reject any and all offers submitted; to negotiate the terms of any offer submitted; and to select the offer which the University determines to be in the best interest of the University.
 
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (“ADFG”) currently identifies one anadromous fish stream on the University’s Chilkat Peninsula parcels.
 
The University’s development projects and contractors must comply with any applicable laws, orders, ordinances and regulations of federal, state or local authorities (including, but not limited to Federal Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation regulations relating to National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and storm water pollution prevention plans, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Migratory Bird Management, Alaska Forest Resources and Practices Act (FRPA), Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Regulations, Alaska Worker’s Compensation Laws, and State of Alaska mining permitting and regulations).  Interested parties will need to thoroughly inspect these parcels prior to submitting an offer to ensure that the parcels are suitable for the parties intended use and to determine all permitting requirements related to that intended use.  The University is interested in receiving offers from qualified individuals or entities with a proven record of contract compliance in large timber harvest sales;  proven experience of harvesting timber, high level of operational efficiency, financial capability to properly complete the project in a timely manner, and a commitment to environmentally sound timber harvest.
 
Parties interested in commenting on the Chilkat Peninsula Development and Disposal Plan must submit written comments to the University of Alaska through its Facilities and Land Management department by fax at (907) 786-7733, by email at ua-land@alaska.edu or at the address below, by no later than 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 to be considered.
 
Parties interested in submitting offers for timber must do so in accordance with the University of Alaska “2017 Chilkat Peninsula Competitive Timber Sale Development and Disposal Terms and Conditions.”  Competitive offers must be received at the address below, by no later than 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, November 22, 2017.
 
                                              University of Alaska
                                   Facilities and Land Management
                                    1815 Bragaw Street, Suite 101
                                   Anchorage, Alaska  99508-3438
 
It is the sole responsibility of any interested party to ensure that they have received any amendments to this Chilkat Peninsula Development and Disposal Plan.  The Chilkat Peninsula Development and Disposal Plan and any amendments thereto, are available on the Land Management website at http://www.ualand.com.



[1] Regents’ Policy P05.11.020.A, (Definitions “development plan”).
[2] Regents’ Policy P05.11.020.C, (Definitions “disposal plan”).

 

PARCEL AREA LEGAL ACRES
HA.CP.0003 Chilkat Peninsula T31S, R60E:
Section 19: E2SE4

Section 20: SE4SW4 AND W2W2

Section 29: NE4NW4
320.000
HA.CP.0004 Chilkat Peninsula T31S, R60E:
Section 29: SW4NE4
40.000
HA.CP.0005 Chilkat Peninsula T31S, R60E:
Section 29: Lot 6
39.980

PROCESS - Competitive Timber Sale
The University of Alaska is accepting sealed offers, on a competitive basis, from qualified individuals or entities interested in the harvest of timber from the parcel(s) listed above. The terms and conditions of this offering are available below. The University is accepting sealed offers until 5:00 P.M., Wednesday, November 22, 2017. An agreement will be negotiated with a successful offeror.

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