(A)   When a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan or a grading plan is required as part of a subdivision or private development, engineering review fees will be included in the fees established in Chapters 153 and 154.
   (B)   When a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan or a grading plan is required, but is not covered by Chapters 153 and 154, the applicant shall pay a review fee as determined by the Service Director and outlined in § 154.540(D)(1). Hourly rates will be determined by the Director of Public Service by January 31 of each year.  Individual Residential Lot Grading/Erosion and Sediment Control Plans, fees for one hour of review will be required for each plan submitted by applicant.
   (C)   The approving agency should, within 30 days of receipt of a plan, indicate its approval or disapproval to the applicant. Indication of disapproval should include the plan deficiencies and the procedure for filing a revised plan. Earth-disturbing activities may be allowed to proceed in accordance with conditions outlined by the approving agency pending the preparation and approval of the revised plan. A plan, once approved, may be amended by the approving agency at the request of the applicant, if such amendment satisfies the requirements of this chapter.
   (D)   Approval of a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan for sites disturbing equal to or greater than one acre will not be approved until the owner/developer provides the City of Wadsworth with an issued Notice of Intent (NOI) from the Ohio EPA.
(‘65 Code, § 1391.09)  (Ord. 66-79, passed 6-5-79; Am. Ord. 04-126, passed 1-18-05; Am. Ord. 08-027, passed 5-20-08; Am. Ord. 13-011, passed 3-19-13)