Kan. Admin. Regs. § 47-3-3a - Application for mining permit; maps

(a) Each map, plan, and cross section required for a permit application shall be certified by a qualified, licensed engineer and shall be updated as required by the secretary or secretary's designee.
(b) Each change in a facility or feature that would be caused by the proposed mining operations shall be shown in the maps and plans accompanying the permit application.
(1) A color code, or other method approved in writing by the secretary or secretary's designee, shall be used to indicate critical features of the permit area as follows:
(A) green for areas of coal removal;
(B) red for the boundary of the land affected, including access roads and haulageways;
(C) brown for access roads and haulageways; and
(D) blue for watercourses, impoundments, drainageways, and other water areas.
(2) A color code, or other method approved, in writing, by the secretary or secretary's designee, shall be used to indicate critical features of any reclamation plan as follows:
(A) green for areas of proposed grassland;
(B) red for the permit boundaries;
(C) brown for any roads to be left through the disturbed area;
(D) blue for proposed water impoundment and drainage;
(E) yellow for proposed cropland; and
(F) orange for proposed woodland.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 47-3-3a
Authorized by K.S.A. 49-405; implementing K.S.A. 49-406; effective May 1, 1986; amended Feb. 11, 1991; amended May 2, 1997.

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