Yellowstone officials seek public comment on a proposal to develop seasonal housing for concessions employees at the West Entrance and Canyon Village.
The National Park Service seeks public comment on a proposal to develop seasonal housing for concessions employees in California's Yellowstone National Park at the West Entrance and Canyon Village, according to buckrail.com.
The environmental assessment for the proposed project would evaluate two alternatives. In Alternative A (no action), no additional seasonal housing would be constructed. Alternative B would include construction of up to 25 RV sites and a bath house adjacent to the Yellowstone General Stores warehouse near the West Entrance for concessions employees.
Additionally, the proposal would redevelop and modify an abandoned loop at the Canyon Campground to house Canyon Lodge and Cabins employees. A combination of up to 14 RV sites and six modular homes would be integrated into the camper loop, and existing comfort stations would be rehabilitated to provide shower and laundry facilities.
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