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Sand and gravel ordinances in Lane County, Oregon : A study in the formulation of resource policy Public Deposited

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  • Lane County, Oregon recognized a needs for the protection of gravel producing land in the county a few years ago. This need for protection was first observed by a few sand and gravel owners and then by the Lane County Board of Commissioners. These two interests met and discussed various methods to protect the important sand and gravel deposits in the county, and at the same time, control the extraction and processing procedure of the sand and gravel industry. Hard work and many compromises produced an alluvial sand and gravel ordinance and established a district specifically for the extraction and processing of sand and gravel. Rock quarry operations of Lane County were omitted from the first county ordinance because alluvial sources and quarry sources of sand and gravel have entirely different extraction techniques. It was felt that separate controls were needed for each method in order to properly protect and control each phase of the industry. The establishment of a quarry industry ordinance was delayed until the alluvial sand and gravel ordinance became operable. This paper will trace the development of the alluvial sand and gravel district ordinance of Lane County and will discuss its effect upon the community.
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