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    Erosion control

    Does anyone have an Erosion Control Ordinance?

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    Cyburbian ColoGI's avatar
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    Quote Originally posted by johnelsden View post
    Does anyone have an Erosion Control Ordinance?
    Some people do.

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    Cyburbian ursus's avatar
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    I know of one in Draper, UT. I don't have a link or copy for you.
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    Here is one in a town I do work in.

    http://sterling.webiness.com/codeboo...hp?book_id=391

    Title 10, Chapter 11

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    In FLorida, this is handled on the state level and delegated to local water management districts. Anyone doing a construction project has to get an ERP before they start. I'm most familiar with the Swiftmud version:

    http://www.swfwmd.state.fl.us/permits/erp/

    Maryland is similar, as erosion issues hare handled by the state MDE:

    http://www.mde.state.md.us/programs/...n_sediment.asp

    It seems that, in the states I am most familiar with, there is no need to have a local erosion control ordinance as state law/regulation covers it.

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