All uses to be allowed on Agricultural II (AG-II) zone, one use to be allowed at Winery Tasting Rooms on Agricultural I (AG-I) zone.
This second NOP documents a revised/expanded project description. The proposed project would amend the County's Land Use and Development Code and Coastal Zoning Ordinance to allow a variety of small-scale uses that would be incidental to and compatible with traditional agricultural uses on land zoned AG-II in the unincorporated areas of Santa Barbara County, including the coastal zone, but excluding Montecito and land under the jurisdiction of incorporated cities, the federal government, and the UC Santa Barbara. In addition, one of the uses, incidental food service, would also be considered for winery tasting rooms on lands zoned AG-I.
County of Santa Barbara - Planning and Development
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State Reviewing Agency Comments
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Zoning Ordinance Amendment
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