Negative Declarations

If the Lead Agency finds that the project will not have an impact on the environment, the Lead Agency will prepare a Negative Declaration (ND).  A ND is a legal statement that either describes the reasons why a proposed project will not have a significant adverse effects on the environment or that compliance with specific Federal, State or County regulations would avoid a significant impact, and thus does not require an Environmental Impact Report.

Case Number PL16-0142

Ray Vacca, Applicant

Notice of Availability and Intent to Adopt a Negative Declaration

Description: The applicant requests that a Conditional Use Permit be granted to authorize an Agricultural Contractor’s Service and Storage Yard (ACSSY) within an existing office building and fenced area that was formerly used as a tomato inspection facility.  The ACSSY will be used for the storage and delivery of two types of items: 1) agricultural chemicals and supplies, and 2) aluminum irrigation pipe and hoop houses (available for rent).


APN: 216-0-040-655

Review Start and End Dates: June 14, 2017 to July 14, 2017

Case Planner: Jay Dobrowalski, ph# (805) 654-2498


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