As part of the process for considering the proposed powerline across the Kittitiny Ridge, the NPS is developing a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS). The Federal process requires a comment period after which the EIS has to address each comment made at public hearings or submitted in writing. The period just ended and the Star-Ledger reports that the NPS has 1,700 comments to respond to. It doesn't mean that each individual comment gets a separate appendix, but it does mean that they (or their consulting firm) will be busy for a bit.
Keep an eye on this. We'll talk about the EIS process in class in a few weeks.