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The renewal of a permit requires the Project Site Owner to file a new Notice of Intent with the IDEM 90 days prior to the expiration of the permit.
In addition to the information contained within the Notice of Intent letter, the submittal is required to contain an application fee of $100, proof of publication, and verification that the Construction Plan was submitted to the local plan review authority. The following guidance should be followed for all permit renewals:
The primary issues that are likely be missing based on the new Rule are the post construction requirements. Projects that are older than November 2003 have more than likely installed a significant portion if not all of the infrastructure for the project. In addition, these projects have also received local approvals from city or county governmental agencies. Therefore, modification to the plan to include post construction requirements will not be required. However, the new Rule does include several requirements associated with project management. These requirements are expected to be implemented by the project site owner. These items include:
Note: Each MS4 entity may have their own requirements for the renewal of a permit. Some may not regulate these projects as the project may have started prior to the MS4 adopting storm water ordinances. However, other MS4s may choose to regulate these projects based on their local ordinance. This may require the responsible party to submit information to the MS4, including plans before submittal of their NOI.