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26.17.05.00.htm 26.17.05.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 17 WATER MANAGEMENT Chapter 05 Flood Management Grant Program Authority: Environment Article, ยง5-203, 5-802 and 5-803, Annotated Code of Maryland
26.17.05.01.htm 26.17.05.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated. Terms not defined below shall have the meanings given to them in the relevant statutes or, if not defined in statutes, the meanings attributed by common use. The terms "Department" "federal flood insurance program" "100-year flood event" and "subdivision" are defined in the Environment Article, Annotated Code of Maryland. The definitions for these terms are provided below as a c
26.17.05.02.htm 26.17.05.02. 02 General Requirements.. A. Establishment of Annual State Priority List for Capital Projects. Before May 1, 1984 and before the first of May each year after that, each participating subdivision shall submit applications, in priority order, for capital projects which are included in approved flood management plans to the Department. Upon review and evaluation of the submitted capital projects, an annual State priority list for capital projects shall be adopted by the Depa
26.17.05.03.htm 26.17.05.03. 03 Applications for a Grant.. A. Scope. Subdivisions may apply to the Department for grants to assist in flood control and watershed management capital projects if all the following conditions are met:1) It has the authority to make an application and has been authorized by an official act of the governing body directing this action. If the applicant is other than a county or Baltimore City, it must provide written certification from its legal counsel that it is a subdivi
26.17.05.04.htm 26.17.05.04. 04 Flood Management Plans.. A. Flood management plans are to guide activities in a watershed so that flood hazards are minimized, while preserving the biological values associated with the land and water resources. They will be developed for each watershed in accordance with Environment Article, Title 5, Subtitle 8, Annotated Code of Maryland, to attain all the following goals:1) Reduction of existing flood hazards;. 2) Prevention of future flood hazards;.
26.17.05.05.htm 26.17.05.05. 05 Procedures.. A. General. If the Department approves a capital project and it falls within the limits of the funds available according to the annual priority list, a proposal for funding the capital project with appropriate conditions will be presented, along with reviews from appropriate agencies, to the Board of Public Works for approval and commitment of funds. No project will be submitted to the Board of Public Works until the subdivision certifies that it
26.17.05.9999.htm 26.17.05.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 14, 1981 (8:18 Md. R. 1478). Regulation .02A amended as an emergency provision effective December 15, 1981 (9:1 Md. R. 17) expired May 8, 1982; amended as an emergency provision effective December 1, 1982 (10:1 Md. R. 19) expired June 30, 1983; amended as an emergency provision effective December 2, 1983 (10:26 Md. R. 2336) expired March 31, 1984 (Emergency provisions are temporary and not printed in COMAR)
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