TITLE 312 NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION
LSA Document #11-376(E)
Temporarily adds provisions to govern licensure under IC 14-26-2
(sometimes referred to as the "Lakes Preservation Act") and 312 IAC 11
to implement IC 14-26-2-17
(b), which authorizes the Department of Natural Resources to extend expiration of a qualified license more than two years after issuance. Effective July 1, 2011.
SECTION 3. (a) This document implements IC 14-26-2-17(b), which authorizes the expiration of a qualified license more than two (2) years after issuance.
(b) Except as provided in this document, a license issued under IC 14-26-2 and 312 IAC 11 expires two (2) years after the license is issued.
SECTION 4. (a) Except as provided in SECTION 7 of this document, an individual license to construct a temporary structure expires unless the licensee completes the structure within two (2) years of the effective date of the license.
(b) Subsequent seasonal removal of a temporary structure timely completed under subsection (a) or under SECTION 7 of this document does not terminate a license, if the temporary structure conforms to the terms of the license when the structure is replaced. This subsection applies to any temporary structures for which the department issues an individual license under this article after December 31, 2005.
(c) A person who wishes to modify a condition of an individual license to place a temporary structure must complete another licensure process before the structure is placed.
SECTION 5. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b) and in SECTION 7 of this document, a license to perform dredging expires two (2) years after issuance by the department.
(b) The deputy director for the bureau of water and resource regulation may extend the duration of a license for one (1) additional period, not to exceed two (2) years, upon receipt of a written request from the licensee which demonstrates one (1) or more of the following:
(1) Extraordinary climatic conditions have prevented completion of the anticipated project.
(2) An unreasonable hazard to navigation or otherwise to public safety is likely to result if an extension is not granted.
(3) Unreasonable detrimental effects upon fish, wildlife, or botanical resources are likely to result if an extension is not granted.
(4) The project cannot be completed within the original period of two (2) years as a result of causes which were outside the control of the license holder and which could not have been avoided by the license holder's exercise of due care.
SECTION 6. Except as provided in SECTION 7 of this document, a license expires five (5) years from the date of issuance where the application was made expressly contingent upon the receipt of funding from either:
(1) the federal government; or
(2) the lake and river enhancement fund established by IC 6-6-11.
SECTION 7. If a person seeks review under IC 4-21.5 and 312 IAC 3-1 of a license issued by the department under IC 14-26-2 and this document, the term of the license is calculated from the date of final disposition of the review.
Filed with Publisher: June 20, 2011, 12:21 p.m.
Posted: 06/29/2011 by Legislative Services Agency
Composed: May 19,2019 4:27:01PM EDT
version of this document.