(A)   A standard erosion and sediment control plan (disturbance from 5,000 to 30,000 square feet) may be allowed for disturbances between 5,000 to 30,000 square feet and 100 to 500 cubic yards of fill.
   (B)   A designed soil erosion and sediment control plan approved by the District is required for development projects with more than 30,000 square feet of earth disturbance or more than 500 cubic yards of fill. These plans shall meet the requirements of §§ 152.050 through 152.053.
   (C)   Sites meeting the disturbed area or yardage requirements for use of a standard erosion and sediment control plan may be required to have a District approved plan for environmentally sensitive area and highly erodible soils.
   (D)   Forest harvest operations are as follows:
      (1)   After approval has been given by the District and before the forest harvest operation begins, a grading permit shall be obtained from the county. A standard soil erosion and sediment control plan is required for all forest harvest operations. A custom plan is required for any forest harvest operations where any intermittent or perennial watercourse is present.
      (2)   If standard plan conditions or any other criteria of the standard plan cannot be met, a proposed plan modification listing controls necessary to prevent erosion and ensure site stabilization shall be prepared by a licensed professional forester and submitted along with this plan to the local District for approval.
      (3)   The post-harvest basal area, as indicated in the approved custom plan, shall be verified in writing by a registered forester and submitted to the county prior to the issuance of any grading completion certificate.
(2004 Code, § 121-10)  (Ord. 2012-09, passed 12-11-2012)