Presentation on theme: "Section 1. Buffer Zones. Wastes shall not be placed: (1) Within 250 feet of an intermittent or perennial stream unless a 401 water quality certification."— Presentation transcript:
Section 1. Buffer Zones. Wastes shall not be placed: (1) Within 250 feet of an intermittent or perennial stream unless a 401 water quality certification has been issued pursuant to 401 KAR Chapter 10. (2) Within the zone of collapse of deep-mine workings or within the critical angle of draw of such workings; (3) Within 250 feet of a feature of karst terrain; (4) Within 250 feet of the property line; (5) Within 250 feet of a residence; (6) Within fifty (50) feet of a gas, sewer or water line; and (7) Within 250 feet of a unplugged well except monitoring wells.
Strengths: County has a good siting ordinance/procedure with citizen notification and public input Local citizens are aware of the ordinance/procedure and its requirements Ordinance/procedure takes into consideration the facility location and proximity to residential areas and the traffic flow A public notice is required by the SWMA for all new or expanding facilities Affirmative consideration is required in response to comments both oral and written Weaknesses: County has no procedure for siting County does not have an ordinance County has no planning and zoning No coordination with any planning and zoning is required No affirmative consideration of comments is required Strengths and Weaknesses from Jessamine County Plan