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The Stormwater Program is responsible for ensuring Oklahoma's waterbodies are protected. City Code, Part 18; Chapter 4: Construction Activities requires a Land Disturbing Permit before the land is cleared.
*A 50 foot vegetative buffer is applicable to all waterbodies in the City of Tahlequah
The following individual (s) is responsible for installing and maintaining pollution prevention measures, good housekeeping, staff training, reporting spills, and recording corrective actions. Site inspections will be conducted every 7 days and after a storm event of 0.5 inches or greater.
The purpose of Best Management Practices (BMPs) is to reduce pollutants and volume of stormwater leaving the construction site. All BMPs will be selected, installed, and maintained in accordance with good engineering practices and manufacturer's specifications. Please check all BMPs that will be used at the site:
*Good housekeeping specification includes material types and minimum installation requirements.
Indicates you acknowledge and agree to implement the City of Tahlequah ordinance Part 18; Chapter 3: Illicit Discharges, Chapter 4: Construction Activities, and Chapter 5: Post Construction Activities. The Stormwater Manager is responsible for site inspections. Action upon noncompliance includes: stop work order, ($1000.00) one thousand dollar fine, suspension of water supply or action s set forth in the ordinance.
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