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(a) To obtain a floodplain district permit, an applicant must file an application in writing on a form furnished by the Department. The owner of the property where the land-disturbing activity is to be performed, or the owner's authorized agent, must sign the application.
(b) A permit must be issued only in the name of the current property owner.
(c) A separate permit must be issued for each non-contiguous site.
(d) A permit may be transferred to a later owner, if the later owner files an application form and pays a transfer fee and the Director approves the transfer.
(e) An application for a permit must be accompanied by:
(1) An erosion and sediment control plan approved by the Department, where required by law; and
(2) The permit fee.
(f) Plans must be prepared and certified by:
(1) A registered professional engineer, registered land surveyor, or architect; or
(2) Another person approved by the Department.
(g) Each floodplain district permit plan must comply with this article and applicable regulations. (1989 L.M.C., ch. 39, § 4.)