Adjacent area definition

Adjacent area means the area outside the affected area or permit area where air, surface or ground water, fish, wildlife, vegetation or other resources protected by Chapter 1513. of the Revised Code, determined according to the context in which "adjacent area" is used, are or reasonably could be expected to be adversely affected by proposed coal mining and reclamation operations including probable impacts from underground workings. With respect to underground mining operations, "adjacent area" shall include, at a minimum, the surface areas above full coal recovery areas.
Adjacent area means the area measured from the nearest edge of the right-of-way of an interstate highway, freeway, or primary highway and, in urbanized areas, extending 3,000 feet perpendicularly and then along a line parallel to the right-of-way line or, outside of urbanized areas, extending perpendicularly to the limit where a sign is visible and then along a line parallel to the right-of-way line.
Adjacent area means an area which is adjacent to and within 660 feet of the nearest edge of the right−of−way of any interstate or primary highway or the Great River Road, which 660 feet distance shall be measured horizontally along a line normal or perpendicular to the center line of the highway.

Examples of Adjacent area in a sentence

  • For the second and third webinar participants were provided with a CC handout in advance of the event.

  • They are applied to all flights subject to ATFCM slot allocation departing from within the ATFCM area or from within the ATFCM Adjacent area and entering the ATFCM area.

  • Adjacent area means land located outside the affected area or permit area, depending on the context in which adjacent area is used, where air, surface or ground water, fish, wildlife, vegetation or other resources protected by the Act may be adversely impacted by surface coal mining and reclamation operations.

  • In cases when during the budget preparation a mistake has occurred and in the line Adjacent area no amounts are forecasted, this mistake should be corrected by signing an additional agreement to the subsidy contract.

  • Adjacent area designations include Agriculture and Resource Management.


More Definitions of Adjacent area

Adjacent area means the area outside the permit area where a resource or resources, determined according to the context in which adjacent area is used, are or reasonably could be expected to be adversely impacted by proposed mining operations, including probable impacts from underground workings.
Adjacent area means land located outside the affected area or permit area, depending on the context in which "adjacent area" is used, where air, surface or ground water, fish, wildlife, vegetation, alluvial valley floors, or other resources may be adversely impacted by surface coal mining and reclamation operations.
Adjacent area means that area within six hundred sixty feet (660') of the nearest edge of the right-of-way of interstate and primary highways and visible from the main traveled way of the interstate or primary highways;
Adjacent area means an area which is contiguous to and within six hundred sixty feet of the nearest edge of the right-of-way of any primary highway.
Adjacent area means, subject to section 5(1), so much of the area the boundary of which is described in Schedule 2 as is part of the territorial sea of Australia, including the territorial sea adjacent to any island forming part of Western Australia, and includes, subject to section 5(2), an area which —
Adjacent area or "control area" means the area which is adjacent to and within six hundred sixty (660) feet of the nearest edge of the right-of-way on any interstate or primary highway within urban areas, which six hundred sixty-foot distance shall be measured horizontally along a line perpendicular to, or ninety (90) degrees to, the centerline of the highway. Outside of urban areas, adjacent area or control area means the area which is visible from the main traveled way on any interstate or primary highway.