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HomeMy WebLinkAboutNCC191644_MODIFICATION Supporting Doc LOT 219 _20240224 JWATERSHED PROTECTION DEPARTMENT \ 80 East Street CHATHAM COUNTY Pittsboro,NC 27312 NORTH CAR O L I N A Website:chathamcountync.gov Office: (919)542-8268•E-mail:phillip.cox@chathamcountync.gov Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control LETTER OF APPROVAL February 23,2024 MJ Rose Homes 115 Commerce St Apex,NC 27502 Project Name: Chapel Ridge Lot 219 Project Number: WP-24-54 Acres Approved: 0.43 Submitted by: Residential Land Services,PLLC Date Received: 2/2/2024 To The Above Named Person(s) and/or Entity, This office has reviewed the subject erosion and sedimentation control plan. We find the plan to be acceptable and hereby issue this Letter of Approval. Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plan: This plan approval shall expire (2) years following the date on this Letter of Approval,unless a Land-Disturbing Permit has been obtained within that initial two-year period and remains in effect as provided in G.S. 164.12 (H). Active sites may have the permit renewed by applying for renewal 30 days prior to expiration. Section 164.10 (L) of the Chatham County Sedimentation and Erosion Control Ordinance requires that a copy of the approved erosion control plan be on file at the job site. 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 Chatham County Sedimentation and Erosion Control Ordinance,this office may require revisions to the plan and implementation of the revisions to ensure compliance with the Act. Acceptance and approval of this plan is conditioned upon your compliance with county, state and federal 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. Inspections: This letter gives the notice required by G.S. 113A-61.1(a) of our right of periodic inspection to ensure compliance with the approved plan. Section 164.12 (I) of the Chatham County Sedimentation and Erosion Control Ordinance requires self-inspections and monitoring for all sites receiving a Land Disturbing Permit. These inspections can be done by the Financially Responsible Party, or an agent thereof. These inspections must occur at a minimum of once a week and within 24 hours of any rain event of 0.5 inch or greater. Copies of inspection records and reports must be kept on site and produced to Chatham County upon request. NPDES General Stormwater Permit NCG010000: As of April 1, 2019, all new construction activities subject to the requirements must complete and submit an electronic Notice of Intent (e- NOI) form requesting a Certificate of Coverage (COC) under the NCG010000 Construction General Permit at the following website: https://deq.nc.gov/NCG01. After the form is reviewed and found to be complete, you will receive a link with payment instructions for the applicable annual permit fee. After the fee is processed, you will receive the COC via email. As the Financially Responsible Party shown on the FRO form submitted for this project,you MUST obtain the COC prior to commencement of any land disturbing activity.Please direct questions about the e-NOI form to the Stormwater Program staff in the Raleigh central office. If the owner/operator of this project changes in the future,the new responsible party must obtain a new COC. Please also be aware that you are required to provide updated information, in the event circumstances change regarding your project, to the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality's Division of Energy,Mineral,and Land Resources by filing a"Modification Form".This can be found at https://deq.nc.gov/NCG01. Land-Disturbing Permit: A Land-Disturbing Permit will be issued by Chatham County only after the above-referenced Certificate of Coverage is provided to Chatham County. Construction activities can begin only after the Land Disturbing Permit is issued. Active sites may have the permit renewed by applying for renewal 30 days prior to expiration. Chatham County's Land-Disturbing Permit must be posted at the job site once received. 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. Please notify us when you would like to schedule a preconstruction conference. Notification shall be given at least 7 days prior to initiation of activity. Respectfully, 1111,14 Phillip Cox Sr.Watershed Specialist Chatham County Watershed Protection Department