(A)   Any person who desires to use or alter any coastal primary sand dune within the county, other than for the purpose of conducting the activities specified in § 155.03, shall first file an application directly with the Wetlands Board or with the Commission.
   (B)   The permit application shall include the following: the name and address of the applicant; a detailed description of the proposed activities and a map, drawn to an appropriate and uniform scale, showing the area of dunes directly affected, the location of the proposed work thereon, the area of any proposed fill and excavation, the location, width, depth, and length of any disposal area, and the location of all existing and proposed structures, sewage collection and treatment facilities, utility installations, roadways, and other related appurtenances or facilities, including those on adjacent uplands; a description of the type of equipment to be used and the means of equipment access to the activity site; the names and addresses of owners of record of adjacent land; an estimate of cost; the primary purpose of the project; and secondary purposes of the project, including further projects; the public benefit to be derived from the proposed project; a complete description of measures to be taken during and after the alteration to reduce detrimental offsite effects; the completion date of the proposed work, project, or structure; and such additional materials and documentation as the Wetlands Board may require.
   (C)   A nonrefundable processing fee shall accompany each permit application. The fee shall be set by the applicable governing body with due regard for the services to be rendered, including the time, skill, and administrator’s expense. No person shall be required to file two separate applications for permits if the proposed project will require permits under this chapter and VA Code Title 28.2, Chapter 13, §§ 28.2-1300 et seq. Under those circumstances, the fee shall be established pursuant to this chapter.
(Ord. passed 9-11-2008)  Penalty, see § 10.99