Landowners who wish to maintain a fence along the Lake Red Rock Project boundary may obtain a fenceline maintenance permit from the Lake Red Rock Project office.
Terms of the permit are listed below:
1. The permittee will be allowed to cut woody vegetation on government land within a fifteen-foot wide strip adjacent to the permittee’s fence line.
2. The woody vegetation will be cut less than six inches from the ground and the stumps will be treated with herbicide.
3. All woody vegetation that is cut from the fifteen-foot wide strip on government ground may be piled in a non-flooding location on government property. Woody vegetation removed from private ground must be piled on private ground.
4. The permittee MUST contact the Project Office prior to beginning any work. A park ranger will meet with the permittee to establish the boundary line and to mark any desirable trees in the fifteen-foot zone that may not be removed.
5. The permittee may mow the fifteen-foot zone once per permit year between the dates of 15 September and 15 March.
6. The permittee must locate and protect any boundary corner markers in the maintained area.
7. The permittee must maintain a fence on the boundary line along the maintained portion of boundary for the duration of this permit. The permittee must contact the Project Office for boundary location prior to installation. The Corps of Engineers does not install or maintain boundary fences.
8. Disturbed government ground will be seeded by the permittee with a mix determined by the Corps.
9. This permit will expire after five years and may be cancelled at any time due to noncompliance or any other reason as determined by the Corps.
10. This permit is not transferable and does not grant any property rights or exclusive privileges.
11. The work shall be subject to prescribed regulations and shall be without cost, expense or obligation on the part of the United States Government.
12. The permittee shall save the Government harmless from any and all claims resulting from the rights granted herein.