§ 55.008  SITES COVERED BY STATE’S DNR GENERAL PERMIT NO. 2.
   (A)   The city shall not allow any land-disturbing activity on a site for which coverage under General Permit No. 2 is required, nor shall the city issue any permit, authorization or license allowing such activity, until the site owner has obtained coverage for the site under General Permit No. 2 from the state’s DNR.
   (B)   Any responsible party who is required to obtain, or has obtained, coverage under General Permit No. 2 shall comply with all the requirements of General Permit No. 2. Failure to do so is a violation of this section.
   (C)   Completion of work shown in a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan submitted under the provisions of General Permit No. 2 is a requirement of General Permit No. 2 and failure to complete such work is a violation of this section.
   (D)   For sites covered under General Permit No. 2 where the ownership changes, the Enforcement Officer must be notified of the title transfer within 30 days, except in the case of single-lot sales, which shall be recorded on the SWPPP. The new owner shall be subject to all terms and conditions of the erosion control permit. A copy of the notice of transfer that was sent to the Enforcement Officer shall be included in the SWPPP. For sites that are part of a larger common plan of development such as a housing or commercial development project, if a permittee transfers ownership of all or any part of property subject to an erosion control permit, both the permittee and transferee shall be responsible for compliance with the provisions of General Permit No. 2 and the erosion control permit for that portion of the project which as been transferred including when the transferred property is less than one acre in area. If the new owner agrees in writing to be solely responsible for compliance with the provisions of General Permit No. 2 and the erosion control permit for the property which has been transferred, then the existing permittee shall be relieved of responsibility for compliance with General Permit No. 2 and the erosion control permit for the transferred property, from and after the date the transfer of responsibility is attached to the SWPPP.
(2013 Code, § 28-169)  (Ord. 14824, passed 2-11-2008)