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(a) Staging areas associated with oil and gas exploration, development and processing shall be permitted as a conditional use within an M-2(OGS) Overlay District, in accordance with the established procedures for conditional use, as set forth in Article 3 of this Code. Staging areas proposed in conjunction with processing facilities shall also be permitted within an M-2 (OGP) Overlay District, in accordance with the regulations prescribed below in Sections 1206 and 1206.1.
(b) No application for conditional use pursuant to this section shall be accepted by the Department of City Planning until an M-2(OGS) Overlay District has first been mapped pursuant to Section 1204, above.
(c) Every application for conditional use pursuant to this section shall be accompanied by a proposed Final Development Plan, as described in Section 1207.2, below. In making the conditional use findings required by Section 303 of this Code, the City Planning Commission shall also be required to approve the Final Development Plan submitted by the applicant, pursuant to the procedures set forth in Section 1207.3, below.
(d) In addition to the requirements prescribed in Subsections 1205.1(a) through 1205.1(c), above, no application for a staging area shall be approved unless the City Planning Commission finds either that the following development standards are satisfied, or that the applicant agrees to satisfy the following standards as a condition of project approval:
(1) The applicant has received "Authority to Construct" from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, if applicable;
(2) The project will comply with all aspects of the City's Noise Ordinance, Article 29 of the Police Code. Such controls shall apply, but not be limited to construction equipment, operational noise, and all transportation vehicles accessing the site, including marine vessels and helicopters; and
(3) No materials or equipment shall be delivered to or removed from the site via streets within a residentially zoned district between the hours of seven p.m. and seven a.m. of the following day.
(Added by Ord. 306-90, App. 8/23/90)