Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities states the purpose is to improve the Manley Hot Springs Airport in Manley Hot Springs, Alaska by constructing a new taxiway and general aviation apron for public use. Planes currently park along Taxiway A, on the west side of the airport, often within the taxiway safety area (TSA) and the taxiway object free area (TOFA). Planes parking within the TSA/TOFA is a non-standard condition and represents a safety risk to the traveling public. The proposed project would consist of constructing new taxiway over an existing access road, constructing a new general aviation apron over vegetated ground immediately adjacent to the existing access road, surfacing both the taxiway and apron with crushed surface course, and constructing a drainage ditch between the general aviation apron and the existing snow removal equipment pad. Some vegetation clearing would occur beyond what was cleared in 2013 as part of the Manley Airport Relocation Project, which was originally permitted in 2005 and referenced as POA-2002-00393. The proposed project would be the third modification to the permit. The first two modifications were extensions of time allotted to complete the airport relocation. The project site is located at the Manley Hot Springs Airport, at Sections 17 & 20, T. 2 N/, R. 15 W., Fairbanks Meridian; Latitude 64.99203º, Longitude 150.64119º; in Manley Hot Springs, Alaska. Please contact Greg Mazer at (907) 458-1605, toll free from within Alaska at (800) 478-2712, by fax at (907) 474-2164, or by email at Gregory.email@example.com if further information is desired concerning this notice.