Cases Associated with Parcel No: 821322001  

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Case Number PRE09-00023
Description MINERAL RESORCE OPERATIONS ON 142 ACRE SITE
Last Name MOUNTAIN QUARRY
Received Date 7/20/2009
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Case Number PRE09-00023
Description MINERAL RESORCE OPERATIONS ON 142 ACRE SITE
Last Name MOUNTAIN QUARRY
Received Date 7/20/2009
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Case Number PRE09-00023
Description MINERAL RESORCE OPERATIONS ON 142 ACRE SITE
Last Name MOUNTAIN QUARRY
Received Date 7/20/2009
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Case Number PRE09-00023
Description MINERAL RESORCE OPERATIONS ON 142 ACRE SITE
Last Name MOUNTAIN QUARRY
Received Date 7/20/2009
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Case Number WAT09-00001
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Last Name MILES SAND AND GRAVEL
Received Date 6/23/2009
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Case Number WAT09-00001
Description
Last Name MILES SAND AND GRAVEL
Received Date 6/23/2009
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Case Number WAT09-00001
Description
Last Name MILES SAND AND GRAVEL
Received Date 6/23/2009
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Case Number WAT09-00001
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Last Name MILES SAND AND GRAVEL
Received Date 6/23/2009
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Case Number BLD08-00117
Description Stormwater w/SEPA: Stormwater Permit with SEPA: Fred Hill Material Inc. (FHM) leases from Pope Resources who owns the 72,000 acre Hood Canal Tree Farm. FHM mineral extraction and processing areas (referred to as the Shine Hub) totals 211.5 acres and is designated a Mineral Resource Overlay District (MRL). The current proposal by FHM is to add 10 acres of additional mineral extraction area (pit area), adjacent to the Shine Hub. These areas would be comprised of two 5-acre segments (V & W). This would bring the total area to 221.5 acres currently regulated under a DNR Reclamation permit. This area has been logged by Pope Resources through Forest Practice Application (FPA). The additional pit area is located in a Commercial Forest designation, where mining is a permitted activity provided that no more than 10 acres is disturbed at any one time. Disturbed area is defined by RCW 78.44.031(5) and is determined by the WA State Department of Natural Resources through their Reclamation Permit. The current mineral extraction is occurring in Segments R, S, T, & U where a good deposit of gravel had been located. This area is located behind a berm south of the Shine Hub. The proposed expansion (Segments V & W) are located north of Segments R, S, T, & U (see Reclamation Sequence Map). The extraction would start at the west boundary of the existing Shine Pit and continue eastward through two reclamation segments of approximately 5 acres each. The mining will utilize the cut-to-grade method. The grade of the mining slopes will "daylight" at the edge of the boundary of the new mining area, without a reclamation setback. The maximum depth of mining within this expansion will be approximately 50 feet. The finished floor of the mine will have a vertical separation of more than 100 feet above the seasonal high groundwater table (see cross sectional map for more details). Final reclamation will be done in a manner to emulate the natural sinuous lopes of the surrounding terrain. The final floor and finished slopes of the mine will be contoured to vary in elevation and be graded to naturally sweep into adjacent terrain. After the area is mined, stored topsoil would be spread over the area, forest debris spread over the area, a cover crop established, and then replanted with Douglas Fir for the subsequent use for timber production. It is anticipated that all of the mineral extraction (segments V & W) south of the Shine Hub would be reclaimed by winter of 2008 (per the Reclamation Sequence Map). The Wahl Extraction area (approved through MLA03-377 on July 18, 2005) is located near Thorndyke Creek and its unnamed Tributary. The applicant has indicated that they are not seeking to mine within the Wahl Extraction Area at the present time because they want to obtain base line surface and groundwater monitoring data before mineral extraction occurs. This will help ensure that the impacts associated with mineral extraction can be separated from the natural hydraulic conditions. Jefferson County has a Stormwater Permit to review and is the lead agency for the environmental review of the proposal under SEPA. Jefferson County is issuing a MDNS for this proposal. The threshold determination for this proposal incorporates the Final Modified MDNS issued for Ace Paving Conditional Use Application (ZON 98-41) within the 144 acre mineral extraction and processing area, which was issued by Jefferson County DCD on June 1, 1999. Documents referenced in this notice are available the Jefferson County DCD during office hours. The applicant will require an amended WA State DNR Reclamation Permit and an amended NPDES General Sand and Gravel permit from the WA State Department of Ecology.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 3/27/2008
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Case Number BLD08-00117
Description Stormwater w/SEPA: Stormwater Permit with SEPA: Fred Hill Material Inc. (FHM) leases from Pope Resources who owns the 72,000 acre Hood Canal Tree Farm. FHM mineral extraction and processing areas (referred to as the Shine Hub) totals 211.5 acres and is designated a Mineral Resource Overlay District (MRL). The current proposal by FHM is to add 10 acres of additional mineral extraction area (pit area), adjacent to the Shine Hub. These areas would be comprised of two 5-acre segments (V & W). This would bring the total area to 221.5 acres currently regulated under a DNR Reclamation permit. This area has been logged by Pope Resources through Forest Practice Application (FPA). The additional pit area is located in a Commercial Forest designation, where mining is a permitted activity provided that no more than 10 acres is disturbed at any one time. Disturbed area is defined by RCW 78.44.031(5) and is determined by the WA State Department of Natural Resources through their Reclamation Permit. The current mineral extraction is occurring in Segments R, S, T, & U where a good deposit of gravel had been located. This area is located behind a berm south of the Shine Hub. The proposed expansion (Segments V & W) are located north of Segments R, S, T, & U (see Reclamation Sequence Map). The extraction would start at the west boundary of the existing Shine Pit and continue eastward through two reclamation segments of approximately 5 acres each. The mining will utilize the cut-to-grade method. The grade of the mining slopes will "daylight" at the edge of the boundary of the new mining area, without a reclamation setback. The maximum depth of mining within this expansion will be approximately 50 feet. The finished floor of the mine will have a vertical separation of more than 100 feet above the seasonal high groundwater table (see cross sectional map for more details). Final reclamation will be done in a manner to emulate the natural sinuous lopes of the surrounding terrain. The final floor and finished slopes of the mine will be contoured to vary in elevation and be graded to naturally sweep into adjacent terrain. After the area is mined, stored topsoil would be spread over the area, forest debris spread over the area, a cover crop established, and then replanted with Douglas Fir for the subsequent use for timber production. It is anticipated that all of the mineral extraction (segments V & W) south of the Shine Hub would be reclaimed by winter of 2008 (per the Reclamation Sequence Map). The Wahl Extraction area (approved through MLA03-377 on July 18, 2005) is located near Thorndyke Creek and its unnamed Tributary. The applicant has indicated that they are not seeking to mine within the Wahl Extraction Area at the present time because they want to obtain base line surface and groundwater monitoring data before mineral extraction occurs. This will help ensure that the impacts associated with mineral extraction can be separated from the natural hydraulic conditions. Jefferson County has a Stormwater Permit to review and is the lead agency for the environmental review of the proposal under SEPA. Jefferson County is issuing a MDNS for this proposal. The threshold determination for this proposal incorporates the Final Modified MDNS issued for Ace Paving Conditional Use Application (ZON 98-41) within the 144 acre mineral extraction and processing area, which was issued by Jefferson County DCD on June 1, 1999. Documents referenced in this notice are available the Jefferson County DCD during office hours. The applicant will require an amended WA State DNR Reclamation Permit and an amended NPDES General Sand and Gravel permit from the WA State Department of Ecology.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 3/27/2008
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Case Number BLD08-00117
Description Stormwater w/SEPA: Stormwater Permit with SEPA: Fred Hill Material Inc. (FHM) leases from Pope Resources who owns the 72,000 acre Hood Canal Tree Farm. FHM mineral extraction and processing areas (referred to as the Shine Hub) totals 211.5 acres and is designated a Mineral Resource Overlay District (MRL). The current proposal by FHM is to add 10 acres of additional mineral extraction area (pit area), adjacent to the Shine Hub. These areas would be comprised of two 5-acre segments (V & W). This would bring the total area to 221.5 acres currently regulated under a DNR Reclamation permit. This area has been logged by Pope Resources through Forest Practice Application (FPA). The additional pit area is located in a Commercial Forest designation, where mining is a permitted activity provided that no more than 10 acres is disturbed at any one time. Disturbed area is defined by RCW 78.44.031(5) and is determined by the WA State Department of Natural Resources through their Reclamation Permit. The current mineral extraction is occurring in Segments R, S, T, & U where a good deposit of gravel had been located. This area is located behind a berm south of the Shine Hub. The proposed expansion (Segments V & W) are located north of Segments R, S, T, & U (see Reclamation Sequence Map). The extraction would start at the west boundary of the existing Shine Pit and continue eastward through two reclamation segments of approximately 5 acres each. The mining will utilize the cut-to-grade method. The grade of the mining slopes will "daylight" at the edge of the boundary of the new mining area, without a reclamation setback. The maximum depth of mining within this expansion will be approximately 50 feet. The finished floor of the mine will have a vertical separation of more than 100 feet above the seasonal high groundwater table (see cross sectional map for more details). Final reclamation will be done in a manner to emulate the natural sinuous lopes of the surrounding terrain. The final floor and finished slopes of the mine will be contoured to vary in elevation and be graded to naturally sweep into adjacent terrain. After the area is mined, stored topsoil would be spread over the area, forest debris spread over the area, a cover crop established, and then replanted with Douglas Fir for the subsequent use for timber production. It is anticipated that all of the mineral extraction (segments V & W) south of the Shine Hub would be reclaimed by winter of 2008 (per the Reclamation Sequence Map). The Wahl Extraction area (approved through MLA03-377 on July 18, 2005) is located near Thorndyke Creek and its unnamed Tributary. The applicant has indicated that they are not seeking to mine within the Wahl Extraction Area at the present time because they want to obtain base line surface and groundwater monitoring data before mineral extraction occurs. This will help ensure that the impacts associated with mineral extraction can be separated from the natural hydraulic conditions. Jefferson County has a Stormwater Permit to review and is the lead agency for the environmental review of the proposal under SEPA. Jefferson County is issuing a MDNS for this proposal. The threshold determination for this proposal incorporates the Final Modified MDNS issued for Ace Paving Conditional Use Application (ZON 98-41) within the 144 acre mineral extraction and processing area, which was issued by Jefferson County DCD on June 1, 1999. Documents referenced in this notice are available the Jefferson County DCD during office hours. The applicant will require an amended WA State DNR Reclamation Permit and an amended NPDES General Sand and Gravel permit from the WA State Department of Ecology.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 3/27/2008
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Case Number BLD08-00117
Description Stormwater w/SEPA: Stormwater Permit with SEPA: Fred Hill Material Inc. (FHM) leases from Pope Resources who owns the 72,000 acre Hood Canal Tree Farm. FHM mineral extraction and processing areas (referred to as the Shine Hub) totals 211.5 acres and is designated a Mineral Resource Overlay District (MRL). The current proposal by FHM is to add 10 acres of additional mineral extraction area (pit area), adjacent to the Shine Hub. These areas would be comprised of two 5-acre segments (V & W). This would bring the total area to 221.5 acres currently regulated under a DNR Reclamation permit. This area has been logged by Pope Resources through Forest Practice Application (FPA). The additional pit area is located in a Commercial Forest designation, where mining is a permitted activity provided that no more than 10 acres is disturbed at any one time. Disturbed area is defined by RCW 78.44.031(5) and is determined by the WA State Department of Natural Resources through their Reclamation Permit. The current mineral extraction is occurring in Segments R, S, T, & U where a good deposit of gravel had been located. This area is located behind a berm south of the Shine Hub. The proposed expansion (Segments V & W) are located north of Segments R, S, T, & U (see Reclamation Sequence Map). The extraction would start at the west boundary of the existing Shine Pit and continue eastward through two reclamation segments of approximately 5 acres each. The mining will utilize the cut-to-grade method. The grade of the mining slopes will "daylight" at the edge of the boundary of the new mining area, without a reclamation setback. The maximum depth of mining within this expansion will be approximately 50 feet. The finished floor of the mine will have a vertical separation of more than 100 feet above the seasonal high groundwater table (see cross sectional map for more details). Final reclamation will be done in a manner to emulate the natural sinuous lopes of the surrounding terrain. The final floor and finished slopes of the mine will be contoured to vary in elevation and be graded to naturally sweep into adjacent terrain. After the area is mined, stored topsoil would be spread over the area, forest debris spread over the area, a cover crop established, and then replanted with Douglas Fir for the subsequent use for timber production. It is anticipated that all of the mineral extraction (segments V & W) south of the Shine Hub would be reclaimed by winter of 2008 (per the Reclamation Sequence Map). The Wahl Extraction area (approved through MLA03-377 on July 18, 2005) is located near Thorndyke Creek and its unnamed Tributary. The applicant has indicated that they are not seeking to mine within the Wahl Extraction Area at the present time because they want to obtain base line surface and groundwater monitoring data before mineral extraction occurs. This will help ensure that the impacts associated with mineral extraction can be separated from the natural hydraulic conditions. Jefferson County has a Stormwater Permit to review and is the lead agency for the environmental review of the proposal under SEPA. Jefferson County is issuing a MDNS for this proposal. The threshold determination for this proposal incorporates the Final Modified MDNS issued for Ace Paving Conditional Use Application (ZON 98-41) within the 144 acre mineral extraction and processing area, which was issued by Jefferson County DCD on June 1, 1999. Documents referenced in this notice are available the Jefferson County DCD during office hours. The applicant will require an amended WA State DNR Reclamation Permit and an amended NPDES General Sand and Gravel permit from the WA State Department of Ecology.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 3/27/2008
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Case Number PRE07-00032
Description Develop and Operate a Hard Rock Quarry at the exiting Shine Quarry just north of SR 104 about 3 miles west of Shine.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 8/3/2007
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Case Number PRE07-00032
Description Develop and Operate a Hard Rock Quarry at the exiting Shine Quarry just north of SR 104 about 3 miles west of Shine.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 8/3/2007
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Case Number PRE07-00032
Description Develop and Operate a Hard Rock Quarry at the exiting Shine Quarry just north of SR 104 about 3 miles west of Shine.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 8/3/2007
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Case Number PRE07-00032
Description Develop and Operate a Hard Rock Quarry at the exiting Shine Quarry just north of SR 104 about 3 miles west of Shine.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 8/3/2007
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Case Number FPA2608276
Description 460 acre fertilizer.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 2/7/2007
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Case Number FPA2608276
Description 460 acre fertilizer.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 2/7/2007
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Case Number FPA2608276
Description 460 acre fertilizer.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 2/7/2007
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Case Number FPA2608276
Description 460 acre fertilizer.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 2/7/2007
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Case Number FPA2605260
Description Aerial Chemical Application
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 4/21/2003
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Case Number FPA2605260
Description Aerial Chemical Application
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 4/21/2003
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Case Number FPA2605260
Description Aerial Chemical Application
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 4/21/2003
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Case Number FPA2605260
Description Aerial Chemical Application
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 4/21/2003
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Case Number ZON02-00082
Description In conjunction with anticipated repairs to the Hood Canal Bridge in 2006, the State Dept. of Transportation (WSDOT) intends to utilize parking area at the Fred Hill Materials Shine gravel pit as an 1130-space Park and Ride facility during the 6 to 8-week temporary Bridge closure. Passengers would be shuttled to a passenger-only ferry facility at South Point for travel to Port Gamble. This permit application is being processed as an administrative conditional use per JCC 18.20.380(3)(e): temporary outdoor use; overflow off-site parking exceeding seven (7) days in duration. The land use application is being considered in conjunction with shoreline permit exemption applications for the Hood Canal Bridge west end retrofit and development of the passenger-only ferry facility from existing structures at South Point (SDP02-00038 and 39). WSDOT issued a State Environmental Policy Act threshold determination on June 24, 2002.
Last Name WA ST DOT
Received Date 8/12/2002
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Case Number ZON02-00082
Description In conjunction with anticipated repairs to the Hood Canal Bridge in 2006, the State Dept. of Transportation (WSDOT) intends to utilize parking area at the Fred Hill Materials Shine gravel pit as an 1130-space Park and Ride facility during the 6 to 8-week temporary Bridge closure. Passengers would be shuttled to a passenger-only ferry facility at South Point for travel to Port Gamble. This permit application is being processed as an administrative conditional use per JCC 18.20.380(3)(e): temporary outdoor use; overflow off-site parking exceeding seven (7) days in duration. The land use application is being considered in conjunction with shoreline permit exemption applications for the Hood Canal Bridge west end retrofit and development of the passenger-only ferry facility from existing structures at South Point (SDP02-00038 and 39). WSDOT issued a State Environmental Policy Act threshold determination on June 24, 2002.
Last Name WA ST DOT
Received Date 8/12/2002
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Case Number ZON02-00082
Description In conjunction with anticipated repairs to the Hood Canal Bridge in 2006, the State Dept. of Transportation (WSDOT) intends to utilize parking area at the Fred Hill Materials Shine gravel pit as an 1130-space Park and Ride facility during the 6 to 8-week temporary Bridge closure. Passengers would be shuttled to a passenger-only ferry facility at South Point for travel to Port Gamble. This permit application is being processed as an administrative conditional use per JCC 18.20.380(3)(e): temporary outdoor use; overflow off-site parking exceeding seven (7) days in duration. The land use application is being considered in conjunction with shoreline permit exemption applications for the Hood Canal Bridge west end retrofit and development of the passenger-only ferry facility from existing structures at South Point (SDP02-00038 and 39). WSDOT issued a State Environmental Policy Act threshold determination on June 24, 2002.
Last Name WA ST DOT
Received Date 8/12/2002
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Case Number ZON02-00082
Description In conjunction with anticipated repairs to the Hood Canal Bridge in 2006, the State Dept. of Transportation (WSDOT) intends to utilize parking area at the Fred Hill Materials Shine gravel pit as an 1130-space Park and Ride facility during the 6 to 8-week temporary Bridge closure. Passengers would be shuttled to a passenger-only ferry facility at South Point for travel to Port Gamble. This permit application is being processed as an administrative conditional use per JCC 18.20.380(3)(e): temporary outdoor use; overflow off-site parking exceeding seven (7) days in duration. The land use application is being considered in conjunction with shoreline permit exemption applications for the Hood Canal Bridge west end retrofit and development of the passenger-only ferry facility from existing structures at South Point (SDP02-00038 and 39). WSDOT issued a State Environmental Policy Act threshold determination on June 24, 2002.
Last Name WA ST DOT
Received Date 8/12/2002
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Case Number ZON02-00049
Description Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map designation of approximately 6,240 acres as Mineral Resource Overlay District.
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS INC
Received Date 4/30/2002
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Case Number ZON02-00049
Description Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map designation of approximately 6,240 acres as Mineral Resource Overlay District.
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS INC
Received Date 4/30/2002
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Case Number ZON02-00049
Description Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map designation of approximately 6,240 acres as Mineral Resource Overlay District.
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS INC
Received Date 4/30/2002
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Case Number ZON02-00049
Description Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map designation of approximately 6,240 acres as Mineral Resource Overlay District.
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS INC
Received Date 4/30/2002
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Case Number PRE01-00051
Description Pre-Application to construct a stump grinding facility to recycle wood products. Woody debris will be trucked in via Rock-to-go Rd. Tub grinders will be utilized to chip woody debris. Chips may be used for mining reclamation on-site or hauled off-site.
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS
Received Date 8/1/2001
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Case Number PRE01-00051
Description Pre-Application to construct a stump grinding facility to recycle wood products. Woody debris will be trucked in via Rock-to-go Rd. Tub grinders will be utilized to chip woody debris. Chips may be used for mining reclamation on-site or hauled off-site.
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS
Received Date 8/1/2001
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Case Number PRE01-00051
Description Pre-Application to construct a stump grinding facility to recycle wood products. Woody debris will be trucked in via Rock-to-go Rd. Tub grinders will be utilized to chip woody debris. Chips may be used for mining reclamation on-site or hauled off-site.
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS
Received Date 8/1/2001
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Case Number PRE01-00051
Description Pre-Application to construct a stump grinding facility to recycle wood products. Woody debris will be trucked in via Rock-to-go Rd. Tub grinders will be utilized to chip woody debris. Chips may be used for mining reclamation on-site or hauled off-site.
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS
Received Date 8/1/2001
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Case Number BLD99-00398
Description Colocate wireless communication equipment & antennas on Voice Stream new tower.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 6/23/1999
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Case Number BLD99-00398
Description Colocate wireless communication equipment & antennas on Voice Stream new tower.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 6/23/1999
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Case Number BLD99-00398
Description Colocate wireless communication equipment & antennas on Voice Stream new tower.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 6/23/1999
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Case Number BLD99-00398
Description Colocate wireless communication equipment & antennas on Voice Stream new tower.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 6/23/1999
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Case Number BLD99-00351
Description 195' lattice tower for wireless communications including 2 dish antennas and up to 9 panel antennas.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 6/11/1999
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Case Number BLD99-00351
Description 195' lattice tower for wireless communications including 2 dish antennas and up to 9 panel antennas.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 6/11/1999
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Case Number BLD99-00351
Description 195' lattice tower for wireless communications including 2 dish antennas and up to 9 panel antennas.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 6/11/1999
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Case Number BLD99-00351
Description 195' lattice tower for wireless communications including 2 dish antennas and up to 9 panel antennas.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 6/11/1999
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Case Number ENV99-00003
Description to construct a 195-foot lattice tower to support a three-sector antenna array with (3) antennas per sector (9 antennas total). In addition, Voice Stream may elect to mount two microwave dishe antennas (1 @ 4' diameter & 1 @ 8' diameter) onto the tower in the future. This lower power minor communications facility will transmit and receive radio signals for digital wireless (PCS) communications.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS STE 101
Received Date 6/11/1999
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Case Number ENV99-00003
Description to construct a 195-foot lattice tower to support a three-sector antenna array with (3) antennas per sector (9 antennas total). In addition, Voice Stream may elect to mount two microwave dishe antennas (1 @ 4' diameter & 1 @ 8' diameter) onto the tower in the future. This lower power minor communications facility will transmit and receive radio signals for digital wireless (PCS) communications.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS STE 101
Received Date 6/11/1999
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Case Number ENV99-00003
Description to construct a 195-foot lattice tower to support a three-sector antenna array with (3) antennas per sector (9 antennas total). In addition, Voice Stream may elect to mount two microwave dishe antennas (1 @ 4' diameter & 1 @ 8' diameter) onto the tower in the future. This lower power minor communications facility will transmit and receive radio signals for digital wireless (PCS) communications.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS STE 101
Received Date 6/11/1999
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Case Number ENV99-00003
Description to construct a 195-foot lattice tower to support a three-sector antenna array with (3) antennas per sector (9 antennas total). In addition, Voice Stream may elect to mount two microwave dishe antennas (1 @ 4' diameter & 1 @ 8' diameter) onto the tower in the future. This lower power minor communications facility will transmit and receive radio signals for digital wireless (PCS) communications.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS STE 101
Received Date 6/11/1999
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Case Number PRE99-00012
Description Construct 195' lattice tower for wireless communications including 2 dish antennas and up to 9 panel antennas.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 4/22/1999
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Case Number PRE99-00012
Description Construct 195' lattice tower for wireless communications including 2 dish antennas and up to 9 panel antennas.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 4/22/1999
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Case Number PRE99-00012
Description Construct 195' lattice tower for wireless communications including 2 dish antennas and up to 9 panel antennas.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 4/22/1999
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Case Number PRE99-00012
Description Construct 195' lattice tower for wireless communications including 2 dish antennas and up to 9 panel antennas.
Last Name VOICE STREAM WIRELESS
Received Date 4/22/1999
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Case Number FPA2602045
Description Forest practice application.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 11/16/1998
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Case Number FPA2602045
Description Forest practice application.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 11/16/1998
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Case Number FPA2602045
Description Forest practice application.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 11/16/1998
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Case Number FPA2602045
Description Forest practice application.
Last Name POPE RESOURCES
Received Date 11/16/1998
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Case Number ZON98-00041
Description Establish an asphalt batch plant. The batch plant is proposed to be used to mix hot asphalt with gravel, to produce a material suitable for road surfacing. The plant is of modular construction and includes a 10 foot by 30 foot bag house, a 10 foot by 30 foot dryer, and a 16 foot by 18 foot tower mixer. The tower height is 60 feet.
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 11/6/1998
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Case Number ZON98-00041
Description Establish an asphalt batch plant. The batch plant is proposed to be used to mix hot asphalt with gravel, to produce a material suitable for road surfacing. The plant is of modular construction and includes a 10 foot by 30 foot bag house, a 10 foot by 30 foot dryer, and a 16 foot by 18 foot tower mixer. The tower height is 60 feet.
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 11/6/1998
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Case Number ZON98-00041
Description Establish an asphalt batch plant. The batch plant is proposed to be used to mix hot asphalt with gravel, to produce a material suitable for road surfacing. The plant is of modular construction and includes a 10 foot by 30 foot bag house, a 10 foot by 30 foot dryer, and a 16 foot by 18 foot tower mixer. The tower height is 60 feet.
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 11/6/1998
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Case Number ZON98-00041
Description Establish an asphalt batch plant. The batch plant is proposed to be used to mix hot asphalt with gravel, to produce a material suitable for road surfacing. The plant is of modular construction and includes a 10 foot by 30 foot bag house, a 10 foot by 30 foot dryer, and a 16 foot by 18 foot tower mixer. The tower height is 60 feet.
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 11/6/1998
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Case Number FPA2601984
Description Forest practice application.
Last Name POPR RESOURCES
Received Date 10/1/1998
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Case Number FPA2601984
Description Forest practice application.
Last Name POPR RESOURCES
Received Date 10/1/1998
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Case Number FPA2601984
Description Forest practice application.
Last Name POPR RESOURCES
Received Date 10/1/1998
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Case Number FPA2601984
Description Forest practice application.
Last Name POPR RESOURCES
Received Date 10/1/1998
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Case Number CAR98-00241
Description establish an asphalt batch plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 9/11/1998
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Case Number CAR98-00241
Description establish an asphalt batch plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 9/11/1998
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Case Number CAR98-00241
Description establish an asphalt batch plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 9/11/1998
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Case Number CAR98-00241
Description establish an asphalt batch plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 9/11/1998
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Case Number PRE98-00023
Description establish an asphalt batch plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 6/8/1998
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Case Number PRE98-00023
Description establish an asphalt batch plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 6/8/1998
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Case Number PRE98-00023
Description establish an asphalt batch plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 6/8/1998
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Case Number PRE98-00023
Description establish an asphalt batch plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 6/8/1998
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Case Number BLD97-00803
Description Erect a portable asphalt plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 12/18/1997
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Case Number BLD97-00803
Description Erect a portable asphalt plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 12/18/1997
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Case Number BLD97-00803
Description Erect a portable asphalt plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 12/18/1997
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Case Number BLD97-00803
Description Erect a portable asphalt plant
Last Name ACE PAVING
Received Date 12/18/1997
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Case Number CAR97-00275
Description pole building shop, maintenance building
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 9/29/1997
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Case Number CAR97-00275
Description pole building shop, maintenance building
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 9/29/1997
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Case Number CAR97-00275
Description pole building shop, maintenance building
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 9/29/1997
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Case Number CAR97-00275
Description pole building shop, maintenance building
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 9/29/1997
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Case Number BLD97-00624
Description pole building shop, maintenance building
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 9/23/1997
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Case Number BLD97-00624
Description pole building shop, maintenance building
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 9/23/1997
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Case Number BLD97-00624
Description pole building shop, maintenance building
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 9/23/1997
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Case Number BLD97-00624
Description pole building shop, maintenance building
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 9/23/1997
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Case Number PRE97-00007
Description erect a temporary asphalt & concrete batch plant
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 2/25/1997
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Case Number PRE97-00007
Description erect a temporary asphalt & concrete batch plant
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 2/25/1997
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Case Number PRE97-00007
Description erect a temporary asphalt & concrete batch plant
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 2/25/1997
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Case Number PRE97-00007
Description erect a temporary asphalt & concrete batch plant
Last Name FRED HILL MATERIALS, INC
Received Date 2/25/1997
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Case Number BLD94-00657
Description premanufactured building for telephone equipment, US WEST
Last Name US WEST NEW VECTOR GROUP INC
Received Date 9/15/1994
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Case Number BLD94-00657
Description premanufactured building for telephone equipment, US WEST
Last Name US WEST NEW VECTOR GROUP INC
Received Date 9/15/1994
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Case Number BLD94-00657
Description premanufactured building for telephone equipment, US WEST
Last Name US WEST NEW VECTOR GROUP INC
Received Date 9/15/1994
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Case Number BLD94-00657
Description premanufactured building for telephone equipment, US WEST
Last Name US WEST NEW VECTOR GROUP INC
Received Date 9/15/1994
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Case Number CAR94-00118
Description
Last Name US WEST NEW VECTOR GROUP INC
Received Date 9/15/1994
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Case Number CAR94-00118
Description
Last Name US WEST NEW VECTOR GROUP INC
Received Date 9/15/1994
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Case Number CAR94-00118
Description
Last Name US WEST NEW VECTOR GROUP INC
Received Date 9/15/1994
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Case Number CAR94-00118
Description
Last Name US WEST NEW VECTOR GROUP INC
Received Date 9/15/1994
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