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Yellowstone To Host Meetings For Permit Holders

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Date: November 1, 2013

National Park Service
U.S. Department of the Interior

Yellowstone National Park
P.O. Box 168
Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190
November 1, 2013       13-095   

Al Nash or Dan Hottle
(307) 344-2015


Yellowstone To Host Meetings For Permit Holders

Yellowstone National Park is set to host two meetings to review the park’s Commercial Use Authorization (CUA) Program with current and potential new permit holders.
The program was updated last April in order to improve consistency with federal laws, policies, and guidelines.
Updates include an open application process, new operating plans, new fee schedules, new reporting requirements, National Park Service (NPS) staff evaluations, NPS provided training, resource impact monitoring, and increased competition for CUAs if the park determines that the number of authorizations for a particular service category must be limited.
Both current permit holders and commercial operators who may be interested in conducting business inside the park are encouraged to attend one of the following meetings:
Wednesday, November 6 in Jackson, WY at the Lexington Hotel, 285 N. Cache
Thursday, November 7 in Bozeman, Montana at the Comfort Inn, 1370 N. 7th
Both meetings will run from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
More information and a copy of the agenda is available by sending an email to Sue_F_Williams@nps.gov.

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