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Title: 21 - Coastal Zoning

Chapter: 11A - RCA2 Designated Resource Conservation Area District

Section: 30 - The principal permitted use

 A. The principal permitted designated resource conservation area (wetland) use includes uses such as:

        1. Nature study, fish and wildlife management and hunting and fishing, including the development of minor facilities such as duck blinds.

     B. The principal permitted designated resource conservation area (wetland buffer) use includes uses such as:

        1.  Nature study, fish and wildlife management and hunting and fishing, including the development of minor facilities such as duck blinds

     C. The principal permitted designated resource conservation area (farmed wetland) use includes uses such as:

        1.  Agricultural uses such as grazing and pastoral activities, the raising and harvesting of crops on cultivated land (cultivated within the prior ten years) and the maintenance and repair of existing dikes, levees, drainage ditches and other similar agricultural drainage systems

        2.  Nature study, fish and wildlife management and hunting and fishing, including the development of minor facilities such as duck blinds lookouts and unimproved trails.

     D. The principal permitted designated resource conservation area (estuary) use includes uses such as:

        1.  Nature study, fish and wildlife management and hunting and fishing, including the development of minor facilities such as duck blinds

        2.  Maintenance and improvement of boating facilities consistent with the General Plan policies.

     E. The principal permitted designated resource conservation area (riparian) use includes uses such as:

1.    Nature study, fish and wildlife management and hunting and fishing, including the development of minor facilities such as duck blinds and recreational trails

2.    Firewood removal by the owner for on-site residential use

3.    Commercial timber harvest of conifers pursuant to California Department of Forestry Forest Practice Rules for special treatment areas and stream protection zones and where:

a.    Heavy equipment is not used,

b.    At least fifty percent of the coniferous tree canopy and all of the hardwood tree canopy is retained

        4. Wells, within rural areas

        5. Maintenance of existing flood-control and drainage channels

        6. Roads, road maintenance and repair. Where new stream crossings are proposed they shall be limited, when feasible, to right-angle crossings of the stream corridors.

      F. The principal permitted designated resource conservation area (sand dunes) use includes:

        1. Nature study, fish and wildlife management and hunting and fishing, including the development of

minor facilities such as duck blinds.

 

 

(Ord. 83-03(part))