City Of Los Angeles Lid Covenant And Agreement
2. Prior to granting a building permit or notification for a construction or remediation project defined in point (a) of this section, the city evaluates the proposed project with the approval of the municipal NDPES and the erosion and classification requirements of the construction officer or city manager, to determine that (i) its potential to produce the flow of pollutants in the MS4 after construction; and (ii) the extent to which the LID plan for the proposed project meets the objectives of this chapter. Each LID plan is evaluated on its own merits based on the specific characteristics of the project and the site to be developed. On the basis of the audit, the city may set conditions for the granting of the building permit, in addition to the requirements of the state building permit for the project in order to minimize the flow of pollutants in the MS4. 3. a development or rehabilitation that only involves activities related to gas, water, cable or electricity on private land; 4. issuing certificates of occupancy. For the issuance of a certificate of occupancy for any new development or remediation project mentioned in subsection (a) of this section: The enforcement officer requires operators and/or facility owners to establish all best practices for managing rainwater pollution and structural control or processing GDP indicated in approved project plans and the LID plan, and submit a signed certification statement stating that the site and all BBMMPs for structural or processing control are maintained in accordance with local NPDES approvals and other applicable requirements. Prior to the issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy, the building owner and/or operator opposes an alliance that is satisfactory to the city`s lawyer and describes: (i) all rainwater fighting BMFs and BBMs for the control of structures or treatments listed in approved project plans and the LID plan; (ii) current support obligations for GNP, which are mandatory for rights holders and beneficiaries of the transfer; (iii) the applicable requirements of subsection h below; and all other information that the city deems necessary to ensure the long-term maintenance of .b.
requirements. The site of each project mentioned under a) should be designed to control pollutants, pollutants and flow volume as much as possible, minimizing the waterproof surface and minimizing the flow of waterproof surfaces by infiltration, evapotranspiration, biorepresention and/or precipitation harvesting and use in accordance with THE South Hollywood Western Technical Guide. The project applicant establishes an LID plan that implements the LDC standards and practices established to limit stormwater pollution and provides the City with documentation proving compliance with the municipal NPDES authorization for plans and applications for approval.