Syar Napa Quarry Project
September 2, 2015, a continued public hearing was conducted by the Napa County
Planning Commission to consider the Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and
associated Surface Mining Permit for the proposed project. Immediately prior to the hearing,
extensive comments and technical reports were received on the project. After taking additional testimony and
submittal of additional comments, the Commission continued the item to the
October 21, 2015, hearing to provide staff and the consultant additional time to
adequately evaluate and respond to the numerous comments received and testimony
given on the adequacy of the proposed Final EIR. The October 21st hearing will be
held at 1:30 PM at the County Administration Building, 1195 Third Street, Suite 305.
the October 21st hearing it is anticipated that the Planning
Commission will consider certification of the Final EIR and the merits of the
proposed quarry expansion and Associated Surface Mining Permit (SMP).
to taking an action on the proposed SMP for the Syar Napa Quarry Expansion
Project, the Planning Commission is required to review and consider the Final
EIR and to certify that the Final EIR has been prepared in compliance with
CEQA, the State CEQA Guidelines, and the County's Local Procedures for
Location: The Syar Napa Quarry project site is located on the east side of
State Highway 221 at its intersection with Basalt Road which is between Kaiser
Road and Streblow Drive.
Related Documents and Notification: Various documents related to this project
are provided below. Many of these documents are large files. If you have
difficulty downloading any of the documents listed, a CD of the information can
be requested by visiting our public counter or contacting Don Barrella
(707-299-1338 or email@example.com) or Brian Bordona
(707-259-5935 or firstname.lastname@example.org) directly to request
documents and related information. To be
placed on the notification list for this project, please email your request to
To view staff reports in Spanish,
Filipino, French or Chinese, please click on this link (Syar Staff Report for Translation
Use) and then use the Google
Translator to convert to the specific language.
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