(A)   Authorized representatives of the county may enter properties subject to a grading permit for the purpose of inspection and enforcement of the provisions of this chapter.
   (B)   All work shall be performed in accordance with a schedule shown on the approved plan or a revised schedule approved by the District.
   (C)   The permittee shall notify the county two working days before commencing any land disturbing activity and, unless waived by the county, shall hold a preconstruction meeting with the county.
   (D)   A copy of the approved soil erosion and sediment control plan and the grading permit shall be available on site for inspection by the county.
   (E)   If there is a failure to comply with the requirements of this chapter, the county shall inspect the work and notify the permittee or the representative of the permittee in writing of the violations. The notice shall state the nature of the violation, any practice or plan deficiencies, required corrective action, and deadline for compliance. Any portion of the work that does not comply shall be promptly corrected by the permittee. The county may make additional inspections as necessary, and may waive inspections, excluding the final inspection as provided in § 152.113. The county shall maintain a record of each inspection including the date, location or project identification, whether or not the approved plan has been implemented and measures maintained and, if a violation exists, the type of enforcement action taken.
   (F)   If, upon inspection, it is determined by the county that a safety device is necessary along the top of a slope steeper than 3:1 or around a sediment control facility, it is the responsibility of the permittee to install said device. This device shall be installed in accordance with and meet requirements of Chapter 170, Construction Codes. This device may not be removed without approval of the county.
(2004 Code, § 121-31)  (Ord. 2012-09, passed 12-11-2012)  Penalty, see § 152.999