The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will consider revisions for requests for easements on state park lands at a meeting Thursday at Columbia Basin College in Pasco.
The commission is hoping to better manage its easement program by addressing new and existing easements for utility placements in “rail-trails” and traditional park properties.
The most easement requests are for public utility placements, such as water, power and sewer lines going through parklands.
The commission also will consider a master agreement for public utility easements and fee schedules for placements by public and for-profit utility, petroleum products, natural gas and fiber optic transmission lines.
The meeting is at 9 a.m. at the Student Services Building at 2600 N. 20th Ave.