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Case Number LU10-0003

Pacific Rock, Inc., Applicant 

NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF A DRAFT EIR - Document

Project Description: The applicant requests a modification to existing Conditional Use Permit (CUP) No. 3817-3 to amend the current reclamation plan and to allow for the expansion of the existing mining area, to extend the life of the permit for an additional 30-year period, extend the operational days from 6 to 7 days per week. allow construction and mobile mining equipment in outdoor storage areas, operate a concrete and asphalt recycling plant, allow for imported material to be used in reclamation fill and to replace an existing mobile home to be used as a 24-hour security trailer.

List of Potentially Significant Environmental Impacts Identified: Based on the analysis presented in the DEIR, the project would result in potentially significant but mitigable impacts to Air Quality, Greenhouse Gasses, Biological Resources, Cultural Resources, Geology and Soils, Noise, Water Resources, Hazards and Public Safety, Land Use and Planning and potentially significant but unavoidable impacts to Visual Resources.

Location:  1000 South Howard Road, Camarillo
APN: The proposed project is located on Tax Assessor’s Parcel Numbers(APN) 234-0-060-220 and 234-0-060-190

Review Period Start and End Date: December 1, 2020 to January 15, 2021

Case Planner:
Justin Bertoline, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , (805) 654-2466

Draft EIR Document
Appendix A-1 through B-2

  • Appendix A-1 – Pacific Rock Quarry Mine Project
  • Appendix A-2 - Comments on Pacific Rock Quarry Mine Expansion Project
  • Appendix A-3 - Scoping Meeting Sign-In and Notes
  • Appendix B-1 - Air Quality, Health Risk and Climate Change Impact Assessment
  • Appendix B-2 - Supplemental Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
     Evaluation and Health Risk Screening

Appendix C-1 through D-2

  • Appendix C-1 - Initial Study Biological Assessment Report for Pacific Rock
  • Appendix C-2 - June 2018 Rare Plant Survey and Burrowing Owl Habitat
    Assessment Results Memorandum
  • Appendix D-1- Updated Geologic and Geotechnical Review Report
  • Appendix D-2 - Custom Soil Report for Ventura Area, California

Appendix E through Appendix H

  • Appendix E - Noise and Groundborne Vibration Impact Assessment
  • Appendix F-1 - Pacific Rock Quarry Expansion Project Transportation Impact
    Study
  • Appendix F-2 - VCAPCD Data for Pacific Rock Quarry, Extec Usage 2015-
    2016
  • Appendix G - Water Quality Impact Assessment, Storage and Use of Blasting
    Agents
  • Appendix H - Response to Pacific Rock Quarry

 Case Number PL19-0046
Somis Ranch Partners, LLC, Applicant 

NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF A DRAFT EIR

Project Description: 

The applicant requests (1) a Tentative Parcel Map (TPM) to authorize the four-lot subdivision of an existing legal lot; (2) a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) to authorize the construction of a community waste water treatment facility (CWWTF); and (3) a Planned Development (PD) Permit to authorize the construction of a 360-unit farmworker housing complex. The proposed farmworker housing complex is intended to be 100 percent affordable to farmworkers who qualify as lower income, which is classified as individuals and families who make 80 percent or below the area median income. The proposed farmworker housing complex would include 360 dwelling units, 654 parking spaces, and amenities such as community centers, play fields, tot lots/playgrounds, picnic tables, barbeques, and a basketball court. The CWWTF would treat 100 percent of wastewater generated on the project site. Treated wastewater would meet Disinfected Tertiary Recycled Water requirements in accordance with California Code of Regulations Title 22, and is proposed for use as off-site agricultural irrigation.

List of Potentially Significant Environmental Impacts Identified:
Based on the analysis presented in the DEIR, the project would result in potentially significant but mitigable impacts to Air Quality and Biological Resources, and potentially significant but unavoidable impacts to Agricultural Resources

Location:  2789 Somis Road, Somis
APN: The proposed project is located on Tax Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN) 156-0-180-48

Review Period Start and End Date:
September 21, 2020 to November 5, 2020

Case Planner:
Justin Bertoline, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , (805) 654-2466

Appendix A - Notice of Preparation and Scoping Comments
Appendix B - Preliminary On-Site Wastewater Treatment System Design
Appendix C - Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Modeling Results
Appendix D - Initial Studay Biological Assessment (ISBA)
Appendix E - Cultural Resources Assessment
Appendix F - Noise Modeling Results
Appendix G - Seepage Pit Performance Test Report
Appendix H - Traffic Study
Appendix I  - Preliminary Hydrology Memorandum

        Appendix J - Geotechnical Engineering Report

Appendix K - Domestic Water Use Calculations

        Appendix L - AB 52 Correspondence


Case Number PL13-0158
Carbon California Company, LLC, Applicant 

Notice of Availability and Intent to Adopt a Draft Subsequent Environmental Impact Report - Document Link:

  1. Cover Page
  2. Title Page
  3. Guide to the Reader
  4. Table of Contents
  5. Executive Summary
  6. 1.0 - Introduction
  7. 2.0 – Project Description
  8. 3.0 – Environmental Setting
  9. 4.0 – Environmental Impact Analysis
  10. 5.0 – Other Required Sections
  11. 6.0 – Alternatives
  12. 7.0 – References and Preparers
  13. Appendix A – December 14, 2017, Writ of Mandate
  14. Appendix B – Air Quality Impact Assessment; Sespe Consulting (January 2, 2019 & May 29, 2019)
  15. Appendix C – Traffic Study, Associated Transportation Engineers; October 2, 2019
  16. Appendix D – VCAPCD Agnew Lease Permit to Operate
  17. Appendix E – VCAPCD PEETS Emission Factors for Crude Oil Wells
  18. Appendix F – AB 52 Notification of Consultation Opportunity
  19. Appendix G – 2016 SR & Koenigstein Road Analysis & Ventura County Analysis Review Memorandum
  20. Appendix H – Transcript of July 28, 2016 Ventura County Planning Commission Hearing for the Nesbitt Oil Well Project (PL15-0060)
  21. Appendix I – County of Ventura, November 21, 2019 Ventura County Public Works Agency Transportation Department Memorandum
  22. Appendix J – Caltrans Letter dated September 28, 2015

 Project Description:  The applicant requests that a modification of Conditional Use Permit (CUP) No. 3543 be granted to authorize the continued operation and maintenance of an existing oil and gas exploration and production operation (Agnew lease area) for an additional 25-year period.  If granted, the operation could consist of a total of five oil and gas wells on an existing pad that include the drilling of two new oil wells and re-drill of one existing well. The use Koenigstein Road for access to the project site, and the full-time use of an existing on-site gas flare, and a change in the authorized access to the existing oil and gas facility during drilling and production operations is also proposed. Access to the lease area would be made by the use of Koenigstein Road to and from Highway 150 during drilling and production operations. A private driveway connected to Koenigstein Road would provide direct access to the drilling site. 

List of Potentially Significant Environmental Impacts Identified:
Potentially significant but mitigable impacts to traffic safety and circulation.


Location: 
The project site is located approximately 2,000 feet north of State Highway 150 and adjacent to Koenigstein Road.
APN: 
040-0-220-165

Review Period Start and End Date:
May 5, 2020 to June 19, 2020

Case Planner:
Kristina Boero, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., (805) 654-2467