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(a) The Director may revoke or suspend any permit issued under this article, after the Department serves written notice on the permittee, for:
(1) Violation of the approved plan or any other condition of thepermit;
(2) Violation of any applicable law or regulation relating to the work;
(3) The existence of any hazard or danger to human life or the property of others; or
(4) Failure of the approved plan to achieve required objectives because of site characteristics or conditions.
(b) In addition to the authority to revoke or suspend a permit under subsection (a), the Director may order that all construction activity in conjunction with a permit must stop immediately if:
(1) Any construction activity violates a condition or requirement of a County permit, application, or approved plan, or this article or applicable regulations;
(2) The Department delivers a written warning to the permittee or its representative that lists corrective measures required and the time by which the corrections must be made; and
(3) The permittee does not make all corrections within the specified time.
(c) The Department must provide a report to the permittee or its representative when a stop work order is issued. The report must specify the extent to which work must be stopped and the conditions under which work may resume.
(d) The permittee is responsible for the actions of its agents, and must notify any agent when a stop work order affects an area within which the agent is working or may work. An agent is any person who acts under the direction, with the permission, or to the benefit of the permittee.
(e) A person must not continue, or permit the continuance of, work in an area covered by a stop work order. (1989 L.M.C., ch. 39, § 4.)