Home > Nevada Bureau Of Land Management Proposes Building Wall Around Burning Man

News
Nevada Bureau Of Land Management Proposes Building Wall Around Burning Man

Description

According to a report by Business Insider, Nevada's Bureau of Land Management has proposed constructing a 10-mile concrete barrier around Black Rock City, the patch of desert where the annual Burning Man festival takes place. The proposal reportedly calls for 'hardened physical perimeter barriers' in addition to a fleet of contracted private security to screen people entering the event.

Added on the 10/04/2019 13:49:26 - Copyright : Wochit

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Burning Man Organizers Battle Federal Government Bill

    Burning Man organizers will reportedly fight a $2.8 million bill from the federal government that was issued this week. The bill is said to be the cost last year for hosting the popular outdoor festival in the Black Rock Desert, which is a national conservation area in the state of Nevada. The festival's special recreation permit from the Bureau of Land Management is the largest of its kind in the country. Burning Man organizers usually agree to and pay for a cost estimate before the event.

    13/07/2016 - Wochit
  • Burning Man Organizers Beg to Differ With $2.8 Million Federal Permit Bill

    Burning Man organizers are disputing their $2.8 million bill from the federal government — the cost last year of hosting its popular outdoor festival in the Black Rock Desert, a national conservation area in Nevada. According to the Associated Press, the festival takes issue with the Bureau of Land Management's discretion over the weeklong counterculture celebration.

    13/07/2016 - Wochit
  • Militia Leader Arrested in Bomb Plot

    On Thursday, federal authorities said that a Utah militia group leader with ties to Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy has been arrested and charged with attempting to blow up a federally owned cabin in Arizona. An FBI agent said in charging documents that 57-year-old William Keebler was planning to retaliate against the federal government that he felt was harassing people and imposing overreaching grazing restrictions on ranchers.

    24/06/2016 - Wochit
  • Burning Man Gets Federal Permit; BLM Scraps 'lavish' Request

    Bureau of Land Management has rescinded its request for VIP accommodations at the Burning Man festival and granted the permit needed to hold the event in Nevada's Black Rock Desert starting Aug. 30. The federal agency announced Friday that it scrapped a request for festival organizers to build the so-called Blue Pit Compound at a cost of $1 million. The on-site living quarters for BLM law enforcement and officials from Washington, D.C., would have included flushing toilets, laundry washers and dryers, hot water, air conditioning, vanity mirrors, refrigerators and couches.

    08/08/2015 - Wochit
  • Trump Administration Proposes Oil Drilling On 1 Million Acres In California

    Huff Post reports the Trump administration on Thursday unveiled a plan to make available over 1 million acres of public and private land in California to oil drilling and fracking. The Bureau of Land Management released its “environmental impact statement” on Thursday, including a proposal to open public land and federal mineral estate to fossil fuel extraction. There will be a 45-day period for public comment on the agency’s proposal.

    26/04/2019 - Wochit
  • Faut-il renforcer la taxe Gafa ? Mounir Mahjoubi : "Pourquoi pas"

    @PascaledeLaTour : "Envisagez-vous de déposer un amendement pour renforcer l'efficacité de la taxe ?". @mounir : "Pourquoi pas mais on a voté une taxe qui va permettre de rapporter entre 400 et 600 millions, c'est déjà la moitié du chemin". #LaMatinaleLCI @LCI #La26.

    25/09/2019 - LCI