Preliminary environmental review, Trapper Valley Subdivision in Cascade County by Gary J. Wiens

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  • Real estate development,
  • Environmental aspects,
  • Land subdivision,
  • Environmental impact analysis

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Statementprepared by Gary J. Wiens
ContributionsCasne, Edward W., issuing body, Montana. Division of Environmental Sciences. Subdivision Bureau
The Physical Object
Pagination13 leaves, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates :
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26309117M
OCLC/WorldCa945745229

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LUDO Page 1 Chapter One INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS • Title • Authority • Purpose • Scope • Organization and Use of Ordinance • Related County Ordinances, Policies, or Standards • Definitions of Terms • Table I-A Land Use Classification: Permitted and Conditional Uses TITLE AN AMENDED ORDINANCE PROVIDING LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT.

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Butte District; Montana. Dept. of State Lands. The county has many different types of preliminary development review, ranging in size from a sign for a commercial building to the master plan for the WSU campus and a two lot short plat to a unit apartment complex.

A summary of the reviews and procedures used is shown below. These handouts provide more information about the land use processes. Review test by making a Transportation Policy Area Review (TPAR) payment, equal to 25% of the applicable development impact tax, to the Montgomery County Department of Permitting Services (MCDPS).

No clearing, grading, or recording of record plats may occur prior to Certified Preliminary Plan approval. The Valley City Assessor may provide property information to the public "as is" without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied. Assessed values are subject to change by the assessor, Board of Review or State Equalization processes.

Additionally, statutory exemptions may affect the taxable values. Valley Conservation Council offers a range of informative publications. Protecting Shenandoah Valley Lands: A Landowner’s Guide – This invaluable resource explains voluntary options for practicing land conservation and provides local contacts.

Chapter titles: Your Land, Your Choices Protecting the Valley’s Legacy Conserving Natural Resources Agricultural and Forestal Districts.

Permit Information Montana’s Natural Streambed and Land Preservation Act, also known as the Law, is a state law which requires that any person planning to work in or near a perennial stream or river on private land must first obtain a Permit from the local conservation district.

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Conservation Planning Worksheet. The purpose of this preliminary report is to provide an indicative analysis of the environmental constraints across the site. As such, a 7 part test of significance, under Section 5A of the Environmental Planning and Assessment (EP&A) Act (), has not been undertaken.

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acres. This Environmental Assessment (EA) is part of that decision making process. III. PROJECT LOCATION Dugas Farms is located approximately 2 miles south of Ulm, in Cascade County (Appendix 1).

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