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§ 3550.3. Simi Valley Area of the Simi Region, Ventura County.

14 CA ADC § 3550.3Barclays Official California Code of Regulations

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Title 14. Natural Resources
Division 2. Department of Conservation
Chapter 8. Mining and Geology
Subchapter 1. State Mining and Geology Board
Article 2. Areas Designated to be of Regional Significance
14 CCR § 3550.3
§ 3550.3. Simi Valley Area of the Simi Region, Ventura County.
On January 28, 1982, following a November 19, 1981, public hearing, the State Mining and Geology Board designated Sectors A, B, and C, on Designation Map 82-1, in the Simi Valley area to be of regional significance. In general, these sectors are described as follows:
(1) Sector A--Hillside deposits located on Oak Ridge and the Simi Hills.
(2) Sector B--Hillside deposits located along a portion of Oak Ridge extending from Long Canyon eastward to the Ventura County line.
(3) Sector C--Hillside deposits located above Meir and Runkle Canyons in the Simi Hills.
These sectors contain sand and gravel deposits that provide a source of construction aggregate for the region's future needs.
Designation Map #82-1 and a report summarizing the designation findings of the State Mining and Geology Board, “Designation of Regionally Significant Construction Aggregate Resource Areas in the Western Ventura County and Simi Production-Consumption regions--March 1982,” are on file at the Board's office in Sacramento.


Note: Authority cited: Section 2790, Public Resources Code. Reference: Sections 2726, 2761-2763 and 2790-2791, Public Resources Code.
1. New section filed 5-6-82; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 82, No. 19).
This database is current through 4/12/24 Register 2024, No. 15.
Cal. Admin. Code tit. 14, § 3550.3, 14 CA ADC § 3550.3
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