§42-360.
Watershed Protection Compliance Permits
A.
Purpose. Watershed Protection Compliance Permits are required for the ability to obtain occupancy of a
structure hereafter erected, altered or moved and/or prior to the change of use of any structure or land in
the watershed. The Water Quality Administrator shall issue a Watershed Protection Compliance Permit.
B.
Application.
(1)
Pre-Application Conference. No pre-application conference is required for a Watershed Protection
Compliance Permit. 
(2)
Application. No formal application is required for a Watershed Protection Compliance Permit
(3)
Review Schedule. Watershed protection compliance permit applications (where the water supply
watershed use permit allowed for the erection, alteration or movement of a structure) will be
approved or denied within ten (10) days of the erection, alteration or movement of said structure
(upon the inspection by the Water Quality Administrator). Watershed protection compliance
permit applications (where the water supply watershed use permit allowed for a change of use)
will be approved or denied before the commencement of the use. 
(4)
Fees. Any review fee established by the Board of Commissioners shall be submitted with the
application.
C.
Staff Review. The Water Quality Administrator shall process and review all applications for a Watershed
Protection Compliance Permit (via the water supply watershed use permit process above). The Water
Quality Administrator shall issue a Watershed Protection Compliance Permit certifying that all
requirements of this Chapter have been met. If the Watershed Protection Compliance Permit is denied, the
Water Quality Administrator shall notify the applicant in writing stating the reasons for denial.
D.
Permit Validity. Upon the issuance of a Watershed Protection Compliance Permit, the applicant shall have
the ability to occupy and/or change the use of a structure. No structure which has been erected, moved or
altered may be occupied until the Water Quality Administrator has approved and issued a Watershed
Protection Compliance Permit.
(1)
Permit Revocation. Violations of the sections of this Chapter relating to water supply watershed
protection may also constitute grounds for revocation of permits if such violations are not
corrected within 30 days following notification of such violations. No such permit shall be
reinstated until the Water Quality Administrator finds that all provisions of this Chapter relating to
water supply watershed protection have been met. Any revocation may be appealed to the Water
Supply Water Quality Board if filed within 30 days of the effective date of the revocation.
Following a hearing on the matter, the Water Supply Water Quality Board may concur with the
revocation or order the reinstatement of the permit.