Persons who fail to comply with these regulations after they have received notice from the town will be subject to a $500 fine for each violation, and other actions or penalties as may be authorized by the town.
   (A)   For construction activities that are one acre or larger, the state will require a Sedimentation and Erosion Control Plan from the Division of Land Quality. The developer must submit a copy of the approved Sedimentation and Erosion Control Plan to the Town Manager. For construction activities that do not require state certification, all requirements of § 158.09 are applicable.
   (B)   The town shall monitor development projects to assure that the above mentioned permit criteria are adhered to, and will (if required) issue a notice of violation, or cause such a notice to be issued by the state.
   (C)   Construction activities, that are under one acre and infringe upon a State-defined Area of Environmental Concern, will require a CAMA minor permit from the Local Permit Officer for the town.
   (D)   No area outside of a subdivision shall have any change of the terrain, drainage (and the like) without prior approval from the town. Future subdivisions shall not have the terrain, drainage (and the like) altered before a review of the area is conducted by state and/or county officials; e.g. the County Health Department has inspected the site pertaining to the proposed alterations.
(Ord. 98-09, passed 5-28-98; Am. Ord. 99-18, passed 9-13-99)