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(a) Application for a permit shall be made to the City and shall include the following:
(1) A vicinity map showing the location of the property on which the well is located.
(2) A plot plan suitable for inclusion as part of the well record and indicating the location of the well with respect to the following items within a radius of five hundred (500') feet of the well:
(i) Property lines.
(ii) Sewage disposal systems or works carrying or containing sewage.
(iii) All intermittent or perennial, natural or artificial water bodies or water courses.
(iv) Drainage pattern of the property.
(v) Existing wells of all types, regardless of whether they are subject to regulation under this Article.
(vi) Access roads.
(vii) Name of the person who will perform the work on the well.
(viii) Name and affiliation of the Registered Inspector, when a Registered Inspector will be utilized.
(ix) Proposed depth of well.
(x) Proposed use of well.
(xi) Proof that the person who will construct the well is in possession of a valid license in accordance with the Contractors' State License Law.
(xii) Such other information as the City may deem necessary in order to determine whether underground waters will be protected.
(b) Permit applications for monitoring and extraction wells used for environmental cleanup as directed by local or regional regulatory agencies do not need to be signed by the property owner provided an agreement has been completed between the property owner and responsible party as defined by Title 23 of the California Code of Regulations. The agreement shall allow entry by the appropriate parties for the purpose of environmental investigation and cleanup activities. A copy of the agreement shall be submitted to the City with the permit application.
(c) Permits shall be issued or denied within fifteen (15) days from the day on which the completed application and fee are received by the City.
(Part 2, Ord. 1613-NS, eff. April 22, 2016)