If the Lead Agency finds that the project may have a significant impact on the environment and that there are no obvious measures the applicant can take to mitigate potential problems, an EIR will be required. An EIR may also be required if further study is needed to provide information necessary in determining whether or not the project could have a significant impact.

Case Number PL17-0064
Gillibrand Industrial Sands, Applicant 

Notice of Availability and Intent to Adopt a Supplemental Environmental Impact Report

Project Description: The applicant requests a Minor Modification to CUP 1367 to extend the life of the permit 45 years, increase mining area by 27 acres, and relocate the equipment maintenance shop within the permit area.

List of Potentially Significant Environmental Impacts Identified:

Based on the SEIR findings, potentially significant impacts on biological resources were identified that would be potentially significant but subject to effective mitigation. Residual impacts on the environment would be less than significant.

5810 Bennett Rd., Simi Valley CA 93063, Unincorporated Ventura County
APNs: 615-0-050-090, -100; 615-0-060-095, -105, -115, -125, -135, -255, -260, -270, -280, -290;

615-0-070-105, -115, 615-0-080-145, -465, -475, -855

Review Period Start and End Date:
September 7, 2017 to October 8, 2018

Case Planner:
Brian McCarthy, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., (805) 654-5037