The applicant would like to rezone his property from unclassified to Timberland Production Zone. He would like to take adavantage of the reduced taxes that come with the proposed zoning so that he can be more effectively manage this tract for timber prodution. The parcel has a history of harvests and intermittent management. It is adjacent to the Trinity Alps Wilderness. East Boulder Creek, which joins Boulder CReek to the north and offsite, is a major tributary to Coffee Creek, which is part of the Trinity River watershed. The general area has a checkerboard ownership pattern of US Forest Service and private land owners. Timber harvesting is active in the general area.
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