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(A) A self-monitoring program must be implemented by the project site owner. A trained individual shall perform a written evaluation of the project site by the end of the next business day following each measurable storm event and at a minimum of one time per week.
(B) The evaluation must address the maintenance of existing storm water quality measures to ensure they are functioning properly; and identify additional measures necessary to remain in compliance with all applicable statutes and rules.
(C) Written evaluation reports must include the following:
(1) The name of the individual performing the evaluation;
(2) The date of the evaluation;
(3) Problems identified at the project site; and
(4) Details of corrective actions recommended and completed.
(D) All evaluation reports for the project site must be made available to the inspecting authority within 48 hours of a request.
(E) All persons engaging in construction activities on a project site must comply with the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, this subchapter, Rule 5 and the town Drainage Standards Manual.
(F) Construction site owners shall allow right-of-entry for the town DSWM, town utilities or local, county or state regulatory agency or a representative thereof to inspect any project site involved in construction activities.
(G) The town DSWM or town utilities will perform inspections and provide recommendations to evaluate the installation, implementation and maintenance of control measures and management practices at any project site involved in construction activities. Construction project sites will be prioritized based on the nature and extent of the construction activity, topography and the characteristics of soils and receiving water quality.
(H) If after a recommendation is provided to the project site owner, corrective action is not taken, the town will pursue enforcement according to § 55.22 below.
(Ord. 2005-1, passed 1-11-2005)