These Specific Instructions and the numbers referenced, correlate directly to the SF-299.
SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS (Items not listed are self-explanatory)
7 Attach preliminary site and facility construction plans. The responsible agency will provide instructions whenever specific plans are required.
8 Generally, the map must show the section(s), township(s), and range(s) within which the project is to be located. Show the proposed location of the project on the map as accurately as possible. Some agencies require detailed survey maps. The responsible agency will provide additional instructions.
9, 10, and 12 The responsible agency will provide additional instructions.
13 Providing information on alternate routes and modes in as much detail as possible, discussing why certain routes or modes were rejected and why it is necessary to cross Federal lands will assist the agency(ies) in processing your application and reaching a final decision. Include only reasonable alternate routes and modes as related to current technology and economics.
14 The responsible agency will provide instructions.
15 Generally, a simple statement of the purpose of the proposal will be sufficient. However, major proposals located in critical or sensitive areas may require a full analysis with additional specific information. The responsible agency will provide additional instructions.
16 through 19 Providing this information with as much detail as possible will assist the Federal agency(ies) in processing the application and reaching a decision. When completing these items, you should use a sound judgment in furnishing relevant information. For example, if the project is not near a stream or other body of water, do not address this subject. The responsible agency will provide additional instructions.
Application must be signed by the applicant or applicant's authorized representative.