Any person filing an Application for Permit or a Request for Determination of Applicability with the Commission shall provide one (1) copy each of all materials except colored plans at the same time by certified mail or hand delivery to the Offices of the Planning Board, and the Building Inspector.
In the case of proposed on-site wastewater work (such as septic system or leach field) or private well work, a copy shall also be provided to the Board of Health.
The Commission shall not take final action until such boards and officials have had fourteen (14) days from date of receipt of notice to file written comments and recommendations with the Commission which the Commission shall take into account but which shall not be binding on the Commission. Any such written comments and recommendations, except of the specific location of rare and endangered species, will be provided to the applicant and owner when they are filed with the Commission. The Applicant and any other interested party shall have the right to receive any such comments and recommendations and respond to them, prior to final action.
In the case of storm water installation, improvements, drainage calculations and related items, a copy of the application and appropriate documentation shall be provided to the City Engineer.
Permits regulating the work
Within twenty-one (21) days of the close of the public hearing the Commission shall issue or deny the Permit, or issue a Notice of Non-Significance, if the Commission determines that the area on which the proposed work is to be done is not significant to any interest identified in the Ordinance.
If the Permit is issued, it shall impose such conditions as are necessary for the protection of one or more of the interests identified in the Ordinance. The Permit shall prohibit any activity or portion thereof that cannot be conditioned to protect said interests.
The Permit shall impose conditions upon an activity or the portion thereof that will in the judgment of the Commission, result in removing, dredging, filling, building upon or altering an area subject to protection under the Ordinance. The Permit shall impose conditions setting limits on the quantity and quality of discharge from any point source (whether closed or open channel) when said limits are