(9) construction or maintenance projects, or both, carried out or financed, in whole or in part, by the Georgian Ministry of Transport, the Georgia Highway Authority or the National Toll Authority; or road or maintenance projects, or both, implemented by a county or municipality; However, provided that construction or maintenance projects of the Ministry of Transport or the National Toll Authority which disturb one or more adjacent hectares of land are subject to the provisions of the O.C.G.A. § 12-7-7.1, unless the Department of Transportation, the Georgia Highway Authority or the State Road and Tollway Authority is a secondary beneficiary of the authorization of a project that is under a larger joint development or sale plan under the state`s general authorization, in which case a copy of a letter of intent must be submitted to the city, in accordance with the general authorization of the State; and the city imposes compliance with the minimum requirements set by o.C.G.A. § 12-7-6, as if an authorization from the LDA had been granted, and violations are subject to the same fines or penalties as violations committed by permit holders. c) (7) Will and Termination. NOIs and NOT that must be submitted to the EPD District Office in accordance with the General State Permit must be filed simultaneously with the City of Atlanta. Our rainwater management program must carry out various activities, including meeting the requirements of the city`s rainwater permit; cleaning trenches and other rainwater extraction systems; replacement of aging passages and drainage structures; and the construction of new düker systems to increase or improve extraction performance. To fund these programs, Senoia will use different funding methods, including a general allocation of funds and the creation of a rainwater supplier. Routine maintenance required is specific to the SMP and location. However, typical routine maintenance tasks include: (g) (3) buffer restoration and re-greening plan required. Any person who violates section 74-42(h)(2) above must submit to the City a buffer plan for restoration and greenery in accordance with the City of Atlanta`s buffer vegetation guidelines referred to in Article VII, Chapter 74, Section 74-306(d)(3), of the Code, and in accordance with the approved buffer restoration and greenery plan. The injuring person who engages in destructive land activities must restore the buffer with local riparian vegetation. The permanent cessation of soil destructive activity, in accordance with sections 74 to 43(f) of the Code, is subject to the implementation of the buffer recovery and greenery plan. .

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