SITLA definition

SITLA means the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration of the State of Utah.
SITLA means the State of Utah’s School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration.

Examples of SITLA in a sentence

  • SITLA staff are available for dialogue outside of Board meetings.

  • C Nor should SITLA be denied the right of motorized access to those school trust sections to enable SITLA to put those sections to use in order to carry out SITLA’s fiduciary responsibilities.

  • C As trustee, SITLA has a fiduciary responsibility to manage those school trust lands to generate maximum revenue therefrom, by making them available for sale and private development, and for other multiple use consumptive activities such as mineral development, grazing, recreation, timber, agriculture and the like, all for the financial benefit of Utah’s public schools and other institutional beneficiaries.

  • The SITLA Mineral Leases are valid until May 30, 2028 and have rights for extensions based on reasonable production.

  • Ric McBrier (Assistant Director of Planning and Development, SITLA), interview by Stephanie Bertaina and Eirin Krane, August 15, 2005, SITLA, Salt Lake City, UT.

  • Prior to initiation of any Credit Generation Projects on SITLA, State Lands or federal lands, the Department will assess the Project Area to document the Baseline acres of Functional Habitat present within the Project Area before treatment.

  • In consultation with county governments and other state agencies, the Department will determine the number of acres of permanent disturbances within all SGMAs on private, SITLA and State Lands every three years, or whenever information becomes available to the Department.

  • Upon completion of any Credit Generation Project on SITLA, State Lands or federal lands, the Department will assess the Project Area utilizing a Verifier to certify the number of Credits generated on the Project Area.

  • For every one acre of Permanent Disturbance on State Lands, other than SITLA lands, in any SGMA, the Department will work with other state agencies to generate four acres of Functional Habitat or Corridors.

  • The Parties agree that any engineer reviews to be conducted by the City in connection with the review and approval of plans, plats and other documents submitted by Developer to the City from time to time may be handled by a duly qualified engineer mutually agreed to by the City, Developer and SITLA, which reviews shall occur in a reason manner, not to be unreasonably delayed.


More Definitions of SITLA

SITLA means School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration.
SITLA means the Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration.
SITLA means the State of Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration. “Southwire” means Southwire Company.

Related to SITLA

  • BLM means the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management.

  • townsite in relation to the townsite to be established near the harbour means a townsite (whether or not constituted and defined under section 10 of the Land Act) primarily to facilitate the Company’s operations in and near the harbour and for employees of the Company and in relation to the mining areas means such a townsite or townsites or any other townsite or townsites which is or are established by the Company for the purposes of its operations and employees on or near the mining areas in lieu of a townsite constituted and defined under section 10 of the Land Act;

  • Golf Course means the 18 hole golf course constructed on the Pearl Valley Estate;

  • Public right-of-way means only the area of real property in which the City has a dedicated or acquired right-of-way interest in the real property. It shall include the area on, below or above the present and future streets, alleys, avenues, roads, highways, parkways or boulevards dedicated or acquired as right-of-way. The term does not include the airwaves above a right-of-way with regard to wireless telecommunications or other non-wire telecommunications or broadcast service, easements obtained by utilities or private easements in platted subdivisions or tracts.

  • Land means the land described in Exhibit A.

  • Lands means the purchase of real property or interest in real property.

  • Conservation easement means a nonpossessory interest of a holder in real property imposing limitations or affirmative obligations the purposes of which include retaining or protecting natural, scenic, or open-space values of real property, assuring its availability for agricultural, forest, recreational, or open-space use, protecting natural resources, maintaining or enhancing air or water quality, or preserving the historical, architectural, archaeological, or cultural aspects of real property.

  • Redevelopment means the construction, erection or placing of one or more buildings or structures on land where all or part of a building or structure has previously been demolished on such land or changing the use from a residential to non-residential use or from a non-residential to residential use or from one residential use to another form of residential use.

  • Youth center means any public or private facility that is primarily used to host recreational or social activities for minors, including, but not limited to, private youth membership organizations or clubs, social service teenage club facilities, video arcades, or similar amusement park facilities.

  • Stormwater means water resulting from precipitation (including rain and snow) that runs off the land’s surface, is transmitted to the subsurface, or is captured by separate storm sewers or other sewage or drainage facilities, or conveyed by snow removal equipment.

  • Easement Area means the area which is hatched on the plan.

  • Right-of-way means the right of one (1) vehicle or pedestrian to proceed in a lawful manner in preference to another vehicle or pedestrian approaching under such circumstances of direction, speed, and proximity as to give rise to danger of collision unless one grants precedence to the other;

  • Riparian means the owner, lessee or occupant of land that abuts a navigable body of water.

  • Stormwater management system means a surface water management system that is designed and constructed or implemented to control discharges which are necessitated by rainfall events, incorporating methods to collect, convey, store, absorb, inhibit, treat, use, or reuse water to prevent or reduce flooding, over drainage, environmental degradation, and water pollution or otherwise affect the quantity and quality of discharges from the system. [Sections 373.403(10) and 403.031(16), F.S.]

  • Stormwater management means the programs to maintain quality and quantity of stormwater runoff to pre-development levels.

  • Redevelopment Area means the community redevelopment area described, defined or otherwise identified or referred to in the Redevelopment Plan.

  • Wastewater facilities means the structures, equipment, and processes required to collect, carry away, and treat domestic and industrial wastes and dispose of the effluent.

  • Cogeneration means the simultaneous generation in one process of thermal energy and electrical or mechanical energy;

  • Stormwater management planning area means the geographic area for which a stormwater management planning agency is authorized to prepare stormwater management plans, or a specific portion of that area identified in a stormwater management plan prepared by that agency.

  • Stormwater management BMP means an excavation or embankment and related areas designed to retain stormwater runoff. A stormwater management BMP may either be normally dry (that is, a detention basin or infiltration system), retain water in a permanent pool (a retention basin), or be planted mainly with wetland vegetation (most constructed stormwater wetlands).

  • IDA means the International Development Association;