Proposed Stormwater Permit Process and Fee Changes Discussed by Huntington City Council


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Sep 5, 2023
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Attention to those dealing with permits in Huntington: There is a significant proposed ordinance change worth noting. The City Council is currently reviewing a proposal that, if approved, will exempt smaller properties from the standard permitting process for erosion and sediment control. This adjustment aims to ease the administrative burden on small property owners while maintaining essential erosion and sediment control requirements.

Additionally, there is a proposed modification in permit fees for properties measuring 10,000 square feet or more. The fee would increase from $150 to $250. This represents a notable departure from the existing procedures, where properties of all sizes were subject to the same permitting process.

For a more in-depth understanding of these proposed changes and their potential implications, please click here to access comprehensive information.
Huntington, West Virginia, United States
The main objective of the City Council is to establish a stormwater permit process that is fair, efficient, and addresses the requirements of both the city and its residents. They aim to achieve this by fostering open communication and carefully considering different perspectives. Ultimately, the goal is to develop a sustainable and comprehensive stormwater management system for Huntington.

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