(A) General Plan Amendment and Appendix E Map Amendment from 3.4.1 to 3.7 for 20 acres for a compost facility and from 8.1 to 3.4.1 for 50.21 acres for landfill buffer; (B) Modify existing CUP No. 1, Map 78 to include additional buffer lands and increase permitted facility boundary from 357.48 acres to 407.69 acres to include 50.21 acres of landfill buffer property and designate 20 acres for the compost facility; (C) Revise existing Solid Waste Facility Permit to increase permitted facility boundary to 407.69 acres, increase composting design capacity from zero tons per year to 100,000 tons per year; and increase hours for the receipt of waste and facility operating hours; (D) Apply for Waste Discharge Requirements for Composting Operations to construct and operate a Tier II designed compost facility; (E) Apply for Authority to Construct for construction and operation of a 100,000 tons per year compost facility.
Kern County Planning and Natural Resources Department
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State Reviewing Agency Comments
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Other (Composting / Solid Waste Diversion)
General Plan Amendment, Use Permit
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