(a)   Development that is funded, financed, undertaken, or preempted by state agencies shall comply with minimum NFIP criteria.
   (b)   Before awarding funding or financing or granting a license, permit, or other authorization for a development that is or is to be located within a 100-year floodplain, a state agency shall require the applicant to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the agency that the development will comply with minimum NFIP criteria and any applicable local floodplain management resolution or ordinance as required by R.C. § 1521.13. This includes, but is not limited to:
      (1)   Development activities in an existing or proposed manufactured home park that are under the authority of the Ohio Department of Commerce and subject to the flood damage reduction provisions of the Ohio Administrative Code Section 4781-12.
      (2)   Major utility facilities permitted by the Ohio Power Siting Board under R.C. Chapter 4906.
      (3)   Hazardous waste disposal facilities permitted by the Hazardous Waste Siting Board under R.C. Chapter 3734.
   (c)   Development activities undertaken by a Federal agency and which are subject to Federal Executive Order 11988 - Floodplain Management.
      (1)   Each Federal agency has a responsibility to evaluate the potential effects of any actions it may take in a floodplain; to ensure that its planning programs and budget request reflect consideration of flood hazards and floodplain management; and to prescribe procedures to implement the policies and requirements of EO 11988.
(Ord. 2020-22. Passed 12-21-20.)