Kan. Admin. Regs. § 5-43-1 - Sand dredging operation; plans and specifications
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021
Plans for a sand dredging operation from a stream shall include:
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5-43-1. Sand dredging operation; plans and specifications. Plans for a sand dredging operation from a stream shall include: (a) A general location map or aerial photograph showing the stream, location of the proposed sand dredging operation, section lines, property lines with names and addresses of adjoining landowners, local access roads, a bar scale, a north arrow and any other prominent features;
(b) a plat of the area within which the sand plant will be operated, prepared to a scale of 200 feet per inch, or less, if necessary to show in detail the features of the stream at the location. The plat shall include at least one permanent bench mark. The survey shall also include at least two permanent horizontal control points on a baseline running generally parallel to the stream. These permanent points shall be identified with substantial markers and shall be easily visible in the field. The plat shall show the location of the natural banks on both sides of the stream, all islands, sand bars, and the direction of the stream within the channel. Where county commissioners have established bank lines along a stream in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 82a-307a, the location of such established bank lines shall be shown. The plat shall also show the proposed location of the tipple, boundaries of areas from which material will be removed and the area to which rejected material will be returned;
(c) cross sections of the channel, measured along lines at right angles to the general direction of the stream and plotted to a horizontal scale of not more than 200 feet per inch and an appropriate vertical scale. Typical cross sections shall be shown for unobstructed portions of the channel as well as for portions in which islands, sand bars or other obstructions may be located. The elevation of the top of both banks, the bed of the stream, and the surface of islands and bars shall be shown on the cross sections. The location of lines along which cross sections are measured shall be referred to the baseline and indicated on the plat. All elevations shall be referred to a permanent bench mark, which is referenced to the national geodetic vertical datum of 1929 to a tolerance of plus or minus one half foot; and
(d) a statement of plan of operation. A brief paragraph shall be included explaining the plants usual operating plans. The kind of equipment, pumping capacities, seasonal limitations and any other operational constrictions shall be included. (Authorized by K.S.A. 82a-303a; implementing K.S.A. 82a-302; effective May 1, 1987.)