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1. The Township Engineer shall review the drainage plan for consistency with the applicable Act 167 Plan and this Part.

2. The Township Engineer shall review the drainage plan for any subdivision or land development against the SALDO provisions not superseded by this Part.

3. The erosion and sediment control plan shall be forwarded to the Conservation District for review. The Township shall not unconditionally approve a drainage plan until the applicant presents evidence that the Conservation District has found the erosion and sediment control plan adequate to meet the requirements of Chapter 102.

4. For regulated activities specified in §204 of this Part, the Township Engineer shall provide the Township with a written review of the drainage plan.

A. Should the drainage plan be determined to be consistent with the applicable Act 167 Plan and this Part, the Township Engineer will forward a letter of consistency to the Township Secretary, who will then notify the applicant.

B. Should the drainage plan be determined to be inconsistent or noncompliant with the applicable Act 167 Plan and/or this Part, the Township Engineer shall forward a letter to the Township Secretary with a copy to the applicant citing the reason(s) and specific ordinance sections for the inconsistency or noncompliance. Inconsistency or noncompliance may be due to inadequate information to make a reasonable judgment as to compliance with the applicable Act 167 Plan and this Part. My drainage plans that are inconsistent or noncompliant may be revised by the applicant and resubmitted consistent with this Part. Any disapproved drainage plans may be revised by the applicant and resubmitted consistent with this Part.

5. For regulated activities specified in §204 of this Part, which require a building permit, the Township Engineer shall notify the Enforcement Officer in writing, whether the drainage plan is consistent with the applicable Act 167 Plan and this Part and forward a copy of the approval/disapproval letter to the applicant. Any disapproved drainage plan may be revised by the applicant and resubmitted consistent with this Part.

6. For regulated activities specified in §204 of this Part that require an NPDES permit application, the applicant shall forward a copy of the Township Engineer’s letter stating that the drainage plan is consistent with the applicable Act 167 Plan and this Part to the Conservation District.

7. The Township shall not grant approval or grant preliminary approval to any subdivision or land development for regulated activities specified in §204 of this Part if the drainage plan has been found to be inconsistent with the applicable Act 167 Plan and this Part, as determined by the Township Engineer. All required permits from DEP must be obtained prior to unconditional approval of any drainage plan or any subdivision or land development plan.

8. The Township shall not issue any permits for any regulated activity specified in §204 of this Part if the drainage plan has been found to be inconsistent with the applicable Act 167 Plan or this Part, as determined by the Township Engineer. All required permits from DEP must be obtained prior to issuance of a building permit.

9. The applicant shall be responsible for completing record drawings of all stormwater management facilities included in the approved drainage plan. The record drawings and an explanation of any discrepancies with the approved drainage plan shall be submitted to the Township Engineer for final approval. In no case shall the Township approve the record drawings until the Township receives a copy of an approved declaration of adequacy and/or highway occupancy permit from the PennDOT district office, NPDES permit, consumptive use tracking report, and any applicable permits or approvals, from DEP or the Conservation District. The above permits and approvals must be based on the record drawings.

10. The Township’s approval of a drainage plan shall be valid for a period not to exceed five (5) years commencing on the date that the Township signs the approved drainage plan. If stormwater management facilities included in the approved drainage plan have not been constructed, or if constructed, and record drawings of these stormwater management facilities have not been approved within this five (5) year time period, then the Township may consider the drainage plan disapproved and may revoke any and all permits. Drainage plans that are considered disapproved by the Township shall be resubmitted in accordance with §237 of this Part. (Ord. 181, 10/11/2006, §405)