§ 152.020  PERMIT APPLICATION.
   (A)   An approved soil erosion and sediment control plan, and if appropriate, an approved forest conservation plan delineating forest protection practices, shall be required, as specified in §§ 152.022 and 152.023, prior to grading permit approval.
   (B)   The grading permit may not be issued without the approval of all reviewing agencies, payment of the applicable fee, and posting of the required bond.
   (C)   The county permit required under the provisions of this section may not be issued until all state and federal permits or a letter from the engineer outlining the reasons that permits are not required is presented to the county. Any letters from state and federal agencies stating that permits are not required for a particular site shall also be filed with the county.
   (D)   Grading permits may not be issued until the approved erosion and sediment control and forest protection measures are properly installed and have been inspected. These control measures shall be maintained throughout the duration of the permit in accordance with the Standards and Specifications.
   (E)   A grading permit may not be issued until all long-term protection easements as specified in §§ 150.23(E), 153.036, and 154.19 have been conveyed to the county and recorded in the Land Records of Carroll County.
   (F)   An approved soil erosion and sediment control plan, forest conservation plan, and SWM plan with appropriate bonding must be in place prior to issuance of an early grading permit. Other approvals may be required if installation of infrastructure is necessary during the early grading permit process.
(2004 Code, § 121-8)  (Ord. 2012-09, passed 12-11-2012)