SITLA is currently streamlining its wildland seed harvesting sales process to more quickly authorize permits of less than $5,000. When approved, this new rule allows harvesters to apply for permits over the counter and without competitive bidding, as required previously. The new process includes electronic notification of the sale to an agency-maintained email list of… Read more »
Congratulations to Three Peaks Elementary in Iron County School District and L.C. Reading Elementary in Davis School District, this year’s winners of the #SITLAfunds19 Photo Challenge. School LAND Trust Funds are interest income from Utah’s $2.5 billion Permanent School Fund endowment, which are distributed annually to every K-12 school in Utah. Co-sponsored by the School… Read more »
The agency has made changes to R850-5-300 to clarify the requirements for payors of oil and gas royalty. Should you have comments or questions, please contact: LaVonne Garrison email@example.com 801-538-5197 After the May 15 deadline the rules will become effective as written.
The agency has revised its oil and gas rules to update them from the last major revision in 2005. The current rules will be repealed and replaced with these proposed revised rules. Public comment will be accepted until May 15, 2019. Should you have comments or questions, please contact: LaVonne Garrison firstname.lastname@example.org 801-538-5197 After the… Read more »
SITLA launched its #SITLAfunds19 Photo Challenge today calling for K-12 public schools to show how they are using their share of a record $74.79 million in School LAND Trust Funds this year. The challenge is open to students, parents, teachers, administrators, school community council members, and principals. Learn more – #SITLAfunds19 Photo Challenge. 2018 winners… Read more »