(A)   General. A request for construction approval to conduct work on an onsite wastewater treatment system for which a site plan has been approved shall be submitted as follows:
      (1)   Application. An application, on forms provided by or acceptable to the Health Officer, shall be completed and submitted.
      (2)   Fee. A fee in accordance with the current fee schedule adopted by the County Board as codified in § 178.01 shall be submitted.
      (3)   Revised site plan. A revision to the approved site plan, if applicable, depicting any changes to the site plan or site may be submitted, with the exception that the type, size and location of the soil treatment component and associated surrounding grading may not be altered.
   (B)   Permit review. Upon receipt of an application for construction approval and the appropriate fee, the Health Officer shall review the application and construction plan for compliance with this chapter and for conformance with the approved site plan.
   (C)   Notification process. The Health Officer shall issue or refuse to issue construction approval within five working days of its receipt, and shall notify any applicant whose permit is denied of the reason(s) preventing approval and of any technical or administrative solution(s) remaining.
   (D)   Permit period. Construction approval shall be valid for a period of 120 days from the date of approval.
      (1)   Extension. The Health Officer may, without additional fee, extend construction approval for 30 days provided that such extension shall apply only to the licensed onsite wastewater treatment system installation contractor to whom the permit was originally issued.
(Ord. [Bd of Health Ord., Art. V], passed 11-12-1996; Ord. [Bd of Health Ord., Art. V], passed 11-12-2013; Ord. 17-0605, passed 6-13-2017)