T5S, R12E, SEC. 35, COPPER RIVER MERIDIAN
CHITINA RECORDING DISTRICT
THE UNIVERSITY IS NOT ACCEPTING OFFERS TO PURCHASE MATERIAL FROM THIS PARCEL FROM THE GENERAL PUBLIC, AT THIS TIME. UPON REMOVAL OF THIS NOTICE FROM THIS DISPOSAL PLAN, THE PURCHASE OF MATERIAL WILL BE AVAILABLE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.
The University of Alaska is currently offering all or portions of a parcel located at approximately 52 Mile McCarthy Road, approximately 7 miles west of McCarthy, for material extraction purposes.
Although this parcel was historically used by the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for material extraction purposes, the site has since revegetated and there is no longer a defined material extraction area on the parcel. The University does not have any drill log information to determine the suitability of this parcel for material extraction purposes or any other information regarding the quality or quantities of material that may be available on the parcel.
Access to the parcel is not constructed. The successful offeror will be required to secure any necessary access authorizations and construct and maintain any required road and drainage systems necessary for offeror’s use. This parcel may also contain wetlands and may require a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wetlands permit prior to development.
Additional information regarding this parcel may be available from local, state and federal offices, including but not limited to: the city or borough assessor’s office, building permitting office and land planning office; local utility companies; district recorder’s office; the State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Department of Environmental Conservation, Department of Fish and Game and Department of Transportation and Public Facilities; and the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management, Geological Survey and Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Interested parties should thoroughly inspect the parcel prior to submitting offers to ensure that the parcel is suitable for the party’s intended use. Parcel inspections that require the use of any equipment, including excavation or drilling equipment; may only be conducted after receipt of a permit from the University, and after verification by the interested party that they have secured legal access to the parcel from adjacent land owners, if necessary.