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§ 927.2. Contents of Plan.

14 CA ADC § 927.2BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

Barclays Official California Code of Regulations Currentness
Title 14. Natural Resources
Division 1.5. Department of Forestry and Fire Protection
Chapter 4. Forest Practices
Subchapter 4. Coast Forest District Rules
Article 13. County Rules
14 CCR § 927.2
§ 927.2. Contents of Plan.
All of subsections (x)(1) through (x)(14) of 14 CCR § 1034 shall apply in Marin County. Subsection (g) and that portion of (x) pertaining to map size shall not apply and in lieu of those subsections, the following shall apply:
(a) A description of the Plan area within which Timber Operations are to be conducted. The description shall include the following:
(1) U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Quadrangle name(s) and date(s),
(2) township, range, and section number(s),
(3) county name(s),
(4) CALWATER 2.2 Planning Watershed number(s),
(5) approximate acreage, and
(6) assessor's parcel number(s) for the assessor's parcels within which a Plan is submitted.
(b) The estimated number of logging truck loads to be removed and the approximate number of daily trips.
(c) The following information shall be clearly provided on a reproducible 1” = 500' topographic map showing 40 foot contour intervals, provided such maps are available from the county at nominal cost. (Nominal cost for the purposes of this subsection shall not exceed $10.) If this map is not available, the map requirement in 14 CCR § 1034 (x) shall apply. Additional maps may be required to show specific details, and may be planimetric. Color coding shall not be used. A legend shall be included indicating the meaning of the symbols used. See District Rules for the appropriate minimum mapping acreage.
(1) Location of Marin County Recreation Corridor (CRC), scenic corridors, conservation zones, as identified in the Marin Countywide Plan of April, 1982 and Special Treatment Areas designated by the County General Plan of 1982 or in any other document officially adopted by the county.
(2) Location of all structures (including mobile homes or trailers) currently maintained for human habitation within 200 feet as measured along the surface of the ground from the boundary of the Plan area.
(d) On Timber Operations requiring submission of a Plan, all routes to be used for removing forest products from the Plan area to the mill or county line shall be shown on a road map submitted with the Plan. A proposed change in the use of Public Roads that are part of the haul route shall be presumed to be a Substantial Deviation unless the Plan submitter requests that the proposed change be considered a minor deviation in accordance with the procedure set forth in 14 CCR §§ 1036 and 1040 and the Director so determines. The Director shall consult with County Transportation District before giving approval. The Plan shall identify the location of schools along the haul route and shall specify their hours of operation.
(e) Plan maps must show the location of and identify the following: all log Landings proposed to be used, and all main Tractor Roads on slopes over 50%, all Logging Roads, all Watercourses, Lakes, and marshes and boundaries of the CRC within or contiguous to the Plan area.
(f) A statement shall be prepared indicting the proposed type, quantity, purpose and method of application of any chemicals listed as restricted by the State Department of Food and Agriculture that are to be used.
(g) The Plan shall include a brief statement describing any additional proposed uses for the land in addition to timber harvesting (e.g., a residential or commercial development) for a period of five years.
(h) Whenever new road construction is proposed and the Plan submitter owns or controls any property contiguous to the parcel or parcels on which Timber Operations are proposed, and such contiguous property contains Timberland, the RPF shall include a map and explanation of how the new road is integrated into the existing or proposed truck road and associated transportation system, for all the contiguous property owned or controlled by the Plan submitter on which Timberland is found. Such proposed integrated truck road and associated transportation system shall be reviewed in connection with review of the proposed Plan, and the Plan shall be modified, if necessary, to assure that the approved Plan will be compatible and consistent with Timber Operations on the contiguous property.
(i) The THP shall include a Plan for safe access to a public roadway from the site of operations. The Plan submitter shall be required to consult with County officials in designing the access Plan, and shall attach to the THP a County encroachment permit if one has been approved.
(j) The Plan submitter shall identify any publicly owned water purveyor within the drainage and indicate on the Plan whether a watershed protection agreement with any publicly owned water purveyor has been obtained for the proposed operation and append any such agreement to the Plan. Any such agreement shall be appended for information purposes only. If no such agreement has been reached with the water purveyor, the Plan submitter shall attach any previous correspondence to and from the water purveyor concerning the proposed Timber Operation.
(k) If a road or Landing to be constructed or improved as part of the proposed Timber Operation is planned to be used to serve or facilitate a residential or commercial development, the Plan submitter shall obtain a grading permit from the county and attach any such permit to the Plan, for information purposes only.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 4516.5 and 4551, Public Resources Code. Reference: Sections 4516.5, 4551 and 4553, Public Resources Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 3-2-84; effective upon filing pursuant to Government Code Section 11346.2(d) (Register 84, No. 9).
2. Amendment filed 5-24-84 as an emergency; effective upon filing (Register 84, No. 24). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL within 120 days or emergency language will be repealed on 9-21-84.
3. Reinstatement of section as it existed prior to emergency amendment filed 5-24-84 by operation of Government Code Section 11346.1(f) (Register 84, No. 42).
4. Amendment filed 5-31-85; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 85, No. 22).
5. Repealer of subsection (a), new subsections (a)-(a)(6) and amendment of Note filed 11-21-2000; operative 1-1-2001 (Register 2000, No. 47).
6. Change without regulatory effect amending section filed 10-31-2017 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2017, No. 44).
This database is current through 7/29/22 Register 2022, No. 30
14 CCR § 927.2, 14 CA ADC § 927.2
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