The rezoning of a parcel or parcels designated as RCA may be considered subject to the requirements of Chapters 21.50 and 21.50B and the special requirements listed in this section.
A. Mapping. In order to determine the actual boundary of the resource conservation area and the location of any buffer zone which may be required for it, supplemental mapping shall be submitted as a part of the rezoning application, including:
1. Topographic Base Map. The base map should be at a scale sufficiently large to permit clear and accurate depiction of vegetation associations and soil types in relation to any and all proposed development (normally the scale required will be one inch equals two hundred feet). Contour intervals should be five feet, and the map should contain a north arrow, graphic bar scale, and a citation for the source of the base map (including the date). The map should show the following information:
2. Inundation Map. For nontidal wetlands, a map should be prepared indicating permanent or seasonal patterns of inundation (including sources) in a year of normal rainfall.
3. Vegetation Map. Location and names of dominant plant species (e.g., Saliconia Virginica) and vegetation associations (e.g., saltmarsh).
4. Soils Map. If no soil survey is available, a soils map should be prepared and should show the location of soil types and include a physical description of their characteristics.
Supplemental Information. Where development is proposed in conjunction with the rezoning, a supplement information report may be required pursuant to Section 21-.11A.050.
Review. Upon receipt of a complete rezoning application and prior to any public hearing the county shall submit the above information to the California Department of Fish and Game for review. The Department of Fish and Game shall have up to fifteen days upon receipt of the county notice to review and comment. This requirement does not supersede any other review requirements, such as those of the California Environmental Quality Act, and may be carried out in conjunction with any other review which meets or exceeds the fifteen-day time period
Findings and Disposition.