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File #: O-36-20    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Adopted
File created: 8/28/2020 In control: Economic Matters Committee
On agenda: 9/14/2020 Final action:
Title: Site Development - Prohibited Discharges - For the purpose of improving the protections of City waterways and public thoroughfares from harmful discharges from development sites during non-business hours.
Sponsors: Rob Savidge, Fred Paone, Ross Arnett, Rhonda Pindell Charles, Dajuan K. Gay, Gavin Buckley
Indexes: Economic Matters Committee
Attachments: 1. O-36-20 Site Development - Prohibited Discharges First Reader.pdf, 2. O-36-20 Staff Report.pdf, 3. O-36-20 Fiscal Impact Note.pdf
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Site Development - Prohibited Discharges - For the purpose of improving the protections of City waterways and public thoroughfares from harmful discharges from development sites during non-business hours.
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CITY COUNCIL OF THE
City of Annapolis

Ordinance 36-20

Introduced by: Alderman Savidge
Co-sponsored by: Alderman Paone, Alderman Arnett,
Alderwoman Pindell Charles, Alderman Gay,
and Mayor Buckley
Referred to
Economic Matters Committee
90 day Rule:___________

AN ORDINANCE concerning

Site Development - Prohibited Discharges

FOR the purpose of improving the protections of City waterways and public thoroughfares from harmful discharges from development sites during non-business hours.

BY repealing and re-enacting with amendments the following portions of the Code of the City of Annapolis, 2020 Edition
17.08.160
17.08.180


SECTION I: BE IT ESTABLISHED AND ORDAINED BY THE ANNAPOLIS CITY COUNCIL that the Code of the City of Annapolis shall be amended to read as follows:

Title 17 - - BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION
Chapter 17.08 - GRADING, EROSION, AND SEDIMENT CONTROL

Section 17.08.160 - Erosion and sediment control-General requirements.

A. Effective control of soil to prevent erosion shall include the following:

1. Development shall be fitted to the topography and soils to create the least erosion potential.
2. Natural vegetation shall be retained wherever possible.
3. The smallest practical area of land shall be exposed at any one period during development for the shortest practical period of time in order to reduce the amount of land area and the duration of soil exposure.
4. Temporary vegetation or mulching shall be used to protect soils exposed during the time of development.
5. Erosion-control practices consistent with Standards and Specifications shall be installed to minimize soil and water losses.
6. During and after development, provisions shall be made to accommodate in an effective manner the increased water runoff...

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