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(A) If the proposed development is not regulated by the city’s subdivision regulations the erosion and sediment control plan shall be submitted and approved prior to the issuance of a building permit by the city. If the proposed development is regulated by the city then the erosion and sediment control plan shall be submitted after the approval of the preliminary plat by the City Council. The erosion and sediment control plan shall be approved before the approval of a final subdivision plat by the City Council.
(B) The developer shall submit five copies of the erosion and sediment control plan to the city. Plans will be distributed to appropriate review agencies by the city.
(C) Within ten working days of receipt of an erosion and sediment control plan, the city shall indicate its status of compliance or noncompliance to the owner or his or her appointed representative. Indication of noncompliance shall include specific plan deficiencies and the procedures for filing a revised plan.
(D) At the time of submission of the revised plan, another ten working day period is begun. Approval plans shall remain valid for two years from date of approval unless construction has begun and control measures have been implemented. Renewal is accomplished by the submission of another plan.
(1982 Code, § 159.41) (Res. 96-20, passed 2-3-1997)