A Surface Mining Permit, Reclamation Plan, and Financial Assurance Cost Estimate for a borrow pit to remove approximately 720,000 cubic yards of material from a 96.7-acre property. The Lutz Borrow Site is located at the southeast corner of Keys Road and Natomas Road in Pleasant Grove. The property is currently used for farming and does not contain any structures. The property is bisected by Curry Creek and the south field is south of Curry Creek. The phasing refers to the amount of material and the timing of its removal rather than an actual location.
The soil will be removed in two phases. Phase 1 will remove 350,000 cubic yards of material and be completed by December 2012. The material from Phase 1 will be used to reconstruct the Highline Ditch, an agricultural irrigation canal operated and maintained by the Natomas Central Mutual Water Company. Phase 2 will remove 370,000 cubic yards for future projects that require fill material and be completed in December 2016. The property is currently used agriculturally and will be reclaimed to an agricultural use.
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