U-C-2 (Upland Conservation/Resource Management District), U-C-A-P (Upland Conservation/Agricultural Preserve Combining District). Extensive Agriculture by the Lassen County General Plan 2000
Use Permit Amendment No. 2021-003 and Reclamation Plan Amendment No. 2021-001 address changes to the current operation within portions of APN 109-100-059 (historically, APN 109-100-040) and APN 109-100-060 (historically, APN 109-100-042). TNT Enterprises also owns APN 109-100-29, but no mining or other activities are proposed on this parcel. The proposed Use Permit and Reclamation Plan Amendment includes expansion of approximately 78.6 acres with an associated additional volume of 5,000,000 tons of material, extension of the life of the mine from 2030 to 2050, and increase in the maximum volume extracted per year from 100,000 tons to 200,000 tons. These amendments will allow the facility to continue to provide local construction materials in Lassen County.
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