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County launches Eligible Renewable Energy Development (eRED) Program. 

In July 2014, the County initiated a two-year eRED Planning Program funded by a grant from the California Energy Commission.  The purpose of the eRED Program is to coordinate and encourage eligible renewable energy resource development within the County at the General Plan level.  Accordingly, the project will be processed via a General Plan Amendment with a target date of January 2016 for adoption.  It will also include custom mapping which will be made available online to allow the public, potential developers and investors to readily access data on the County's wide variety of renewable energy resources and potential.  A project webpage is under development and will be linked from this homepage once it is available.

 

CALIFORNIA STATE FISH AND WILDLIFE FEES INCREASE FOR 2015

The annual increase for California State Fish and Wildlife (formally California Fish and Game) is upon us. The notice with the new fees can be found here:

California Fish and Wildlife Increase Notice


 

 

UPDATE TO MINOR PLOT PLAN APPLICATION (295-1020) DIGITAL COPIES OF ALL EXHIBITS WILL BE REQUIRED, STARTING 2013

CHANGES FOR STAND ALONE GPA, CZ, AND LLA APPLICATIONS IN REGARDS TO MSHCP

Board of Supervisors authorizes Planning Department staff to revise the applicable sections of the General Plan to allow streamlining of "stand alone" GPAs, CZs, and LLAs in regards to MSHCP requirements.(2-26-13) Click here for more information.

PLANNING COMMISSION REVIEWING GPIP PROCESS

On February 20, 2013 the Planning Commission had a workshop discussing the General Plan Initiation Process. Further discussions are scheduled to occur on the March 20, 2013 Planning Commission meeting, see the March 20, 2013 PC agenda for more details.