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NC0032565_NOV-2023-LR-0021_20230404ROY COOPER Governor ELIZABETH S. BISER Secretary RICHARD E. ROGERS, JR. Director STME NORTH CAROLINA Environmental Quality Certified Mail # 7021 0950 00018685 3580 Return Receipt Reauested April 4, 2023 Brent Williams Lenoir County Public Schools PO Box 729 Kinston, NC 28502-0729 SUBJECT: NOTICE OF VIOLATION Tracking Number: NOV-2023-LR-0021 Missing Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs) North Lenoir High School WWTP Permit No. NCO032565 Lenoir County Dear Mr. Williams: This is to inform you that the Division of Water Resources did not receive a discharge monitoring report (DMR) for the subject facility. Our records show that you have not submitted a DMR for the following month(s) [see table below]. Report Period Due Date Received Date Days Late January 2023 3/2/2023 33 This is in violation of Part II, condition D. (2.) of the NPDES permit, as well as 15A NCAC 2B .506(a), which requires the submittal of Discharge Monitoring Reports no later than 30 calendar days after the end of the reporting period for which the report is made. Failure to submit reports as required will subject the violator to the assessment of a civil penalty of up to $25,000 per violation. To prevent further action, please submit the reports within fifteen (15) days of receipt of this notice. If you have documents proving that this record is in error, please forward them to our office. If this facility is inactive or not constructed, you may submit a written request to suspend monitoring. The request should include a begin date and an end date for the period of monitoring. D Q�4" North Carolina PepartrrettofEmIro—rtal Q�alhy I Pivlsion of water Resources Washington Rcglot 9111 11011, 1 141 washlrvglon Square Mall I washington, North Cordim 27864 252.W6.4481 Additionally, this letter provides notice that this office will recommend the assessment of civil penalties if future reports are not received within the required time frame during the next twelve (12) reporting months. The Division must take these steps because timely submittal of discharge monitoring reports is essential to the efficient operation of our water quality programs. We appreciate your assistance in this matter. If you have any questions about this letter or discharge monitoring reports, please contact Victoria Herdt of the Washington Regional Office at 252-948-3844. Cc: Laserfiche Sincerely, Row Tom." Robert Tankard, Assistant Regional Supervisor Water Quality Regional Operations Section Washington Regional Office Division of Water Resources, NCDEQ 4�g D �� North Carolina PepartmettofEmlrommental Q,allty I Pivl,in of water Resources wa hington R glotw19rf3 I e43 washlrvglon 5quarc Mall I washington, North Corollm 278M4 252.W6.4481