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HomeMy WebLinkAboutNCC223588_General Permit and COC Renewal (2024) Email_20240424 Georgoulias, Bethany From: lase rfiche.ncdenr.gov@mccicloud.io Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2024 5:43 PM To: badams@adamshomes.com; sgibson@adamshomes.com Subject: [External] Construction Stormwater Permit Renewal Notification - NCC223588 CAUTION: External email. Do not click links or open attachments unless verified. Report suspicious emails with the Report Message button located on your Outlook menu bar on the Home tab. Dear NPDES Permittee: This is a notification to you that your Certificate of Coverage no. NCC223588 for the project Villa Grande Phase 2 in Pitt County was renewed effective 4/1/2024.You can access a copy of the DEQ renewal letter and other records for your permit at this link: https://edocs.deq.nc.gov/WaterResources/Browse.aspx?dbid=0&startid=2567760 If this project has been completed and closed out or sold to another entity, please submit a Notice of Termination (NOT) request at the link below https://edocs.deq.nc.gov/Forms/NCGO1-Termination N.C. DEMLR Stormwater Program has renewed General Permit NCG010000, under which the subject project is covered. This permit is reissued pursuant to the requirements of North Carolina General Statute 143-215. 1 and the Memorandum of Agreement between the state of North Carolina and the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, dated October 15, 2007 (or as subsequently amended). The Draft General Permit was posted for public comment from February 13, 2024, to March 25, 2024. The new General Permit became effective on April 1, 2024. The General Permit authorizes discharges of stormwater, and it specifies your obligations for discharge controls, management, monitoring, and record keeping. Please review the new NCG010000 permit to familiarize yourself with the changes in the reissued permit. In addition, please see the Construction Stormwater web page (https://www.deq.nc.gov/ncg01) to view the summary of changes from the previous permit to the current permit document and the Responses to Comments document. The more significant changes in the General Permit since your last Certificate of Coverage (COC)was issued are noted in the Draft Permit Fact Sheet that accompanied the public notice posted on the Stormwater Permitting Unit's website with the new General Permit (https://www.deq.nc.gov/stormwaternotices). Permit COCs with no outstanding fees were automatically renewed. However, a new COC will not be generated.This letter serves as notification that the permittee's COC has been renewed and maintains coverage under the current General Permit. If the renewal date above reflects a date later than April 1, it was renewed upon payment of an owed fee. Please note that the process by which applicants obtain coverage under the NCG010000 will change during this next permit cycle. The application process will be combined with the Erosion and Sedimentation Control plan submittal for projects reviewed by NCDEQ. This combined process should allow for a more efficient permitting experience in the future. 1 If you have questions, please contact Paul Clark at paul.clark@deq.nc.gov. Sincerely, Michael Lawyer, Stormwater Program Supervisor Division of Energy, Mineral, and Land Resources 2