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(a) Applicants must comply with this Article. The Department of Public Works (for any permit or improvement plan subject to this Article), the Department of Building Inspections (for building and grading permits) and the Department of Health (for underground tank permits and approvals and water well permits) shall inform the Director whenever a permit or improvement plan application is submitted for Hunters Point Shipyard and shall refer Applicants to the Director. The Director shall determine the applicability of this Article to the permit application or improvement plan and shall implement and enforce the provisions of this Article. If the Director determines that a permit or improvement plan is subject to the provisions of this Article, the permit or improvement application shall not be deemed complete until the Applicant has complied with the requirements of this Article or shall be conditioned upon compliance with this Article as specified herein.
(b) Any person that obtains environmental sampling data shall submit that data to the Director in a form acceptable to the Director.
(c) Prior to applying for a permit or improvement plan any person that desires to comply with this ordinance may enter into a voluntary agreement with the Director. The voluntary agreement shall be signed as to form by the City Attorney and shall require the person to comply with the substantive requirements of this Article and any regulations adopted by the Director; require payment of fees; and provide for Director notification to the relevant department that the person has complied with this Article.
(d) Compliance with this Article does not relieve any person of compliance with any applicable federal, state, regional or local law, and does not take the place of compliance with any requirement of any regulatory agency that has jurisdiction to enforce any legal requirement that this Article is intended to address.
(Added by Ord. 303-04, File No. 041541, App. 12/24/2004; Ord. 204-10, File No. 100575, App. 8/3/2010)