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specific plan


Specific plans are often used by cities and counties to plan the future of an area at a finer level of detail than that provided in the comprehensive plan. They describe allowable land uses, identify open space, and detail infrastructure availability and financing for a portion of the community. Specific plans implement, but are not technically a p [..]
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information


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Acre - A unit of area equivalent to 43,560 square feet.
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actual production


A federal oil and gas lease is considered in actual production status when it contains one or more wells drilled on a lease or unit or communization agreement basis, which are producing or capable of producing oil or gas in paying quantities.
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acute hazard


A hazard that can have either an immediate or delayed effect (with short-term or prolonged consequences) due to a single exposure to an accident, such as exposure to a gas explosion, fireball, or a release of an acutely toxic material.
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air basin


An area with generally similar meteorological and geographic conditions throughout. To the extent possible, air basin boundaries are defined along political boundary lines and include both the source and receptor areas. California is currently divided into 15 air basins. Santa Barbara County is located in the South Central Coast Air Basin, along wi [..]
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air district


A political body responsible for managing air quality on a regional or county basis. California is currently divided into 35 air districts (See Regulatory Agencies).
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air pollution


Degradation of air quality resulting from unwanted chemicals or other materials occurring in the air.
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air pollution control district


The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District regulates local sources of air pollution in accordance with state and federal air pollution control laws for the purposes of attaining all ambient air quality standards and minimizing public exposure to airborne toxins and nuisance odors.
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