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HomeMy WebLinkAboutNCC205934_ESC Approval Submitted_20201229< CGreenville IV,NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC WORKS November 24, 2020 LETTER OF APPROVAL Bill Clark Homes of Greenville, LLC 200 E. Arlington Blvd Greenville, NC 27858 RE: Project Name: Sagewood Phase 5 Acres Approved: 5.58 Project ID: ESCP-2020-0045 County: Pitt City: Greenville, NC Address: Sagebrush Drive Parcel #: 083356 River Basin: Neuse Stream Classification: C, NSW Submitted By: Stroud Engineering Date Received by City of Greenville; September 9, 2020 Plan Type: Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plan Dear Mr. Clark, This office has reviewed the subject soil erosion and sedimentation control plan. We find the plan to be acceptable and hereby issue this Letter of Approval. The Certificate of Plan Approval will be received at the pre -construction meeting, and must be posted at the job site. This plan approval shall expire three (3) years following the date of approval, if no land -disturbing activity has been undertaken, as is required by Title 15A NCAC 4B .0129. As of April 1, 2019, all permittees are required to complete and submit an electronic Notice of Intent (NOI) form requesting a Certificate of Coverage (COC) under the NCGO10000 Construction Stormwater General Permit. This form and a pre -construction meeting with the City of Greenville staff MUST be submitted prior to the commencement of any land disturbing activity on the above named project. The NOI form may be accessed at.deg.nc.gov/NCGO L Please direct questions about the NOI form to Annette Lucas at Annette. lucas(2ncdenr.gov or Paul Clark at Paul. cl ark(2ncdenr. gov. After you submit a complete and correct NOI Form, a COC will be emailed to you within three business days. Beginning May 1, 2019, DEMLR will begin charging a $100 annual fee for each NCGOI permit issued. This fee is to be sent to the DEMLR Stormwater Central Office staff in Raleigh. Pagel of 3 Title 15A NCAC 4B .0118(a) and the NCGO1 permit require that the following documentation be kept on file at the job site: 1. The approved E&SC plan as well as any approved deviation. 2. The NCGO1 permit and the COC, once it is received. 3. Records of inspections made during the previous 30 days. Also, this letter gives the notice required by G.S. 113A-61.1(a) of the City's authority as the Local Issuing Authority to make periodic inspection to insure compliance with the approved plan. North Carolina's Sedimentation Pollution Control Act is performance -oriented, requiring protection of existing natural resources and adjoining properties. If, following the commencement of this project, the erosion and sedimentation control plan is inadequate to meet the requirements of the Sedimentation Pollution Control Act of 1973 (North Carolina General Statute 113A-51 through 66), this office may require revisions to the plan and implementation of the revisions to insure compliance with the Act. Acceptance and approval of this plan is conditioned upon your compliance with Federal and State water quality laws, regulations, and rules. In addition, local city or county ordinances or rules may also apply to this land -disturbing activity. This approval does not supersede any other permit or approval. Please note that this approval is based in part on the accuracy of the information provided in the Financial Responsibility Form, which you provided. You are requested to file an amended form if there is any change in the information included on the form. In addition, it would be helpful if you notify this office of the proposed starting date for this project. In recognizing the benefit of early coordination of your project and compliance with your soil erosion and sedimentation control plan, a pre -construction conference is required. Attendees must include you (or your designated representative), your engineer, your contractor, and City of Greenville staff. The purposed of the meeting is to discuss the requirements of the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan, project scheduling, and as applicable, other construction related information specific to the project. You will receive the Land Disturbing Permit and Signed Application at the Pre -Construction Meeting. Please contact Mr. JP Harrell, Civil Engineer I at (252-329-4887) to set up a pre -construction conference. As applicable, please be advised that a rule to protect and maintain existing buffers along watercourses in the Neuse River Basin became effective on July 22, 1997. The Neuse River Riparian Area Protection and Maintenance Rule (15A NCAC 2B.0233) applies to the 50-foot wide zone directly adjacent to surface waters (Intermittent streams, perennial streams, lakes, ponds and estuaries) in the Neuse River Basin. For more information about the riparian area rule, Page 2 of 3 please contact the Division of Water Resources' Wetland/401 Unit at 919-807- 6300, or DWR in our regional office at 252-946-6481. As applicable, please be advised that a rule to protect and maintain existing buffers along watercourses in the Tar- Pamlico River Basin became effective on January 1, 2000. The Tar - Pamlico River Riparian Area Protection and Maintenance Rule (15A NCAC 2B.0259) applies to a 50 (horizontal) foot wide zone along all perennial and intermittent streams, lakes, ponds and estuaries in the Tar -Pamlico River Basin. For more information about the riparian area rule, please contact the Division of Water Resources' Wetland/401 Unit at 919-807- 6300, or DWR in our regional office at 252-946-6481. Failure to comply with any part of the approved plan or with any requirements of this program could result in the taking of appropriate legal action against the financially responsible party. One option is the assessment of a civil penalty of up to $5,000 for the initial violation plus up to $5,000 per day for each day the site is out of compliance Your cooperation is appreciated. Respectfully, City of Greenville Engineering Department Land Development Division 5zov´┐Ż (W41"',_04w Travis Welborn, PE Civil Engineer III Cc: John P. 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