§ 50.007 PERMITS.
   (A)   Except where provided elsewhere, development shall not commence without obtaining a stormwater permit pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.
   (B)   The stormwater permit application shall be made by, or on behalf of, the owner(s) or developer(s) of the site for which the permit is sought. The application shall be filed with the county on a form supplied by the county and shall be accompanied with the information identified in the Stormwater Management Manual.
   (C)   A stormwater permit shall not be issued until the following conditions are met:
      (1)   Approval by the Stormwater Administrator of the supporting information;
      (2)   Submission and approval of any required easements;
      (3)   Submission and approval of any required inspection and maintenance agreements; and
      (4)   Payment of all fees.
   (D)   If the development requires a sediment and erosion control permit, the stormwater permit will be conditional upon the owner receiving such sediment and erosion permit and upon the filing of a copy of the approved sediment and erosion control plan and associated permit to the Stormwater Administrator.
   (E)   The stormwater permit will be valid for one year from the date of issuance or if significant changes in the development are made that change the intent of the permit. Significant changes shall be determined by the Stormwater Administrator. If significant changes are made, the original stormwater permit shall not be valid and a new permit shall be required.
(Ord. 03-006, passed 8-13-2003)