Unified Development Ordinance, 4th supplement, September 2017

Part 10A: Unified Development Ordinance City of Raleigh, North Carolina 9 – 41 Effective Date: September 01, 2013 Supp. No. 4 2. Grading beyond the limits of a grading plan. $1,000 per day per 1/10 of a graded acre beyond the limits of an existing grading permit without the approval of an amended grading permit, but not to exceed $7,000 per day. 3. Failure to protect. $5,000 per day for failure to take all reasonable measures to protect public property or private property, from damage caused by the failure to retain sediment on-site for the design storm. 4. Failure to follow plan. $3,000 per day for failure to conduct a land-disturbing activity in accordance with the provisions of an approved erosion and sedimentation control plan. 5. Failure to install devices. $5,000 per day for failure, when more than 1 acre is disturbed, $2,500 per day when 1 acre or less than 1 acre is disturbed, to install erosion and sedimentation control devices sufficient to retain the sediment generated by the land-disturbing activity within the boundaries of the tract(s) and prevent off-site sedimentation. 6. Failure to maintain permanent and/or temporary measures. $2,500 per day for failure to maintain adequate erosion control measures. 7. Failure to properly maintain slopes and fills. $2,500 per day for failure on graded slopes and fills to maintain an angle sufficient to retain vegetative cover or other adequate erosion control measures. 8. Failure to protect exposed slopes. $2,500 per day for failure, within 15 working days or 30 calendar days of completion of any phase of grading, whichever period is shorter, to plant or otherwise provide exposed, graded slopes or fills with ground cover, devices or structures sufficient to restrain erosion. 9. Failure to provide adequate cover. $2,500 per day for failure on a tract when more than 1 acre is disturbed, $1,200 dollars per day when 1 acre or less than 1 acre is disturbed, to plant or otherwise provide ground cover sufficient to restrain erosion within 15 working days or 60 calendar days, whichever period is shorter, following completion of construction or development. 10. Failure to revise plan. $2,500 per day for failure to file an acceptable, revised erosion and sedimentation control plan within the established deadline after being notified of the need to do so. 11. Failure to correct a violation after notice. $5,000 dollars per day for failure to correct a violation within the time limitations established in a notice of violation. 12. Failure to obey a stop-work order. $5,000 per day for a violation of a stop- work order. 13. Any other action or failure to act that constitutes a violation of this Article. $2,500 per day for any other action or failure to act that constitutes a violation of this Article. 14. Failure to keep dirt and mud off public streets. $1,000 per day for failure to prevent the accumulation of dirt, mud or both on public streets in violation of this Article plus 1 dollar per every 6 linear feet of street if cleaned by the City, its employees or its contractors. 15. An additional civil penalty of $1,000 per day shall be charged to any person assessed a civil penalty for any violation of this Article within the prior 2 years. No initial civil penalty shall exceed $7,500; this limitation shall be inapplicable to continuous violations. Sec. 9.4.12. Revisions The City of Raleigh shall incorporate revisions required by the Sedimentation Control Commission within 8 months following receipt of the required revisions. If standards and provisions of this UDO currently meet or exceed the required revi- sions, the Sedimentation Control Commission must be notified within 90 days of their receipt. Article 9.4. Erosion & Sedimentation Control | CHAPTER 9. ​NATURAL RESOURCE PROTECTION Sec. 9.4.12. Revisions

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