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Parcel Number-This number can be obtained from Land Records/Mapping Department 2nd Floor, located at 1401 Fayetteville Road or Amy.email@example.com or 910-410-1139.
For new system evaluations: 1. Property must be cleared (mowed, bush-hogged, etc.) to permit easy access. This may require mowing tall weeds in a field or cutting bushes and limbing trees in a wooded area. If wooded lots are cleared, it is very important not to disturb existing soil or reshape lots in any way. Clearing with heavy equipment should only be done in dry conditions. Disturbance of soil may cause sites to be unsuitable for a septic system or may require a more expensive system. A permit that has been issued could be revoked due to site disturbance or construction in the area permitted for the septic system or repair area. 2. Home corners must be flagged with provided white flags. 3. Property corners must be flagged. All survey irons must be identified prior to calling for the site evaluation, if owner/agent cannot find irons, then a licensed surveyor should be hired by the owner/agent to identify irons. 4. Property must be identified by a provided placard on the road frontage. 5. Any designated wetlands must be identified prior to this evaluation.
If the information in the application for an improvements permit is falsified, changed, or the site is altered, then the improvements permit and authorization to construct shall become invalid. The permit is valid for either 60 months or without expiration depending upon documentation submitted. (Complete site plan = 60 months; complete plat = without expiration).
Improvement Permit is a permit that is issued for sites that have acceptable soil to support a septic system. Construction Authorization is a permit that allows for the installation of the septic system and must be issued before the building permit is issued.
Submit site plan of your property with measurements, driveway locations, proposed structures, and existing septic tanks or wells.
Applications for permits require the "signature of the owner or owner's legal representative" (15ANCAC 18A .1937). If the owner does not sign the application himself or herself, they can submit any one of the following documents to designate their legal representative:
I, the owner of the property, give the applicant authorization to act as an agent on my behalf in applying for, signing, obtaining any of the documents below.
I agree to abide by all decisions and/or conditions between the legal representative acting on my behalf and the Richmond County Health Department, Environmental Health Section.
By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.
I have read this application and certify that the information provided herein is true, complete, and correct. Authorized county and state officials are granted right of entry to conduct necessary inspections to determine compliance with applicable laws and rules. I understand that I am solely responsible for the proper identification and labeling of all property lines and corners and making the site accessible so that a complete site evaluation can be performed.
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