Land Surveyor Alert: Jack the Bull and his Entourage

Adobe Associates, Inc. Land Surveyors Maya Eoff and Sarah Gierok recently provided topographic mapping services for a Sonoma County property located in rural Western Petaluma. Data was collected for a proposed approved septic area, driveway, single family residence and future barn.

Site challenges: A bull named "Jack", part of a mobile herd, and his entourage as shown below were curious but did not interfere with the land surveyor's duties.

Services included: Record document research, field measurement collection, office calculations and data interpolation for a "Topographic Map" for the proposed improvements mentioned above. Mapping includes existing stuctures, trees of 8 inches diameter or greater, driplines, drainage course top of bank and flow line, utilities evidenced by site features, edge of pavement, grade breaks, fences and other significant features, but no cows, bulls, or goats.

Photo Credit: Sarah Gierok

 

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June 28, 2017

The State of California released a new Industrial General Permit in July of 2015 (2014-0057-DWQ) that increased the types of industrial facilities that are required to obtain coverage as well as transitioned the reporting to be done electronically.  The Industrial General Permit regulates storm water and authorized non-storm water discharges for industrial facilities that fall under nine federally defined categories of industrial activities. 

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