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26.23.03.00.htm 26.23.03.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 23 NONTIDAL WETLANDS Chapter 03 Letter of Exemption Authority: Environment Article, ยง5-901โ€•5-911, Annotated Code of Maryland
26.23.03.01.htm 26.23.03.01. 01 Activities Requiring a Letter of Exemption.. A. Except for regulated activities proposed within the Critical Area, an activity that qualifies for a letter of exemption is exempt from the permit and mitigation requirements of this subtitle. Activities proposed in the Critical Area are not exempt from the mitigation requirements of COMAR 26.23.04.02-07.B. Upon application, the activities listed below may qualify for a letter of exemption provided that the conditions in Regula
26.23.03.02.htm 26.23.03.02. 02 Best Management Practices for Letters of Exemption.. A. If a letter of exemption is granted, the Department may require an applicant to comply with best management practices, including one or more of the following:1) Conduct the regulated activity so as not to harm a threatened or endangered species, or species in need of conservation, or alter or impair the critical habitat of these species;2) Properly maintain the structure or fill;. 3) Design the project to
26.23.03.9999.htm 26.23.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: March 15, 1990 (17:5 Md. R. 637). Chapter revised as an emergency provision effective January 1, 1991 (18:2 Md. R. 128). Chapter revised effective May 13, 1991 (18:9 Md. R. 1007). Regulations .01โ€•04, .08, .09, .14, .15, and .22 amended and Regulation .27 adopted as an emergency provision effective October 1, 1993 (20:21 Md. R. 1649) emergency status expired April 1, 1994Regulations .01โ€•04, .08, .09, .14, .15, and .22 am
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