Talbot County, MD
 
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Table of Contents
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the County Council of Talbot County 10-2016 by Bill No. 1328.[1] Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Board of Appeals — See Ch. 20.
Building construction — See Ch. 28.
Enforcement of Code — See Ch. 58.
Forest conservation — See Ch. 73.
Stormwater management — See Ch. 164.
Zoning, subdivision and land development — See Ch. 190.
Attachment 1 - Home construction
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Editor's Note: This bill also repealed former Ch. 70, Floodplain Management, adopted 3-26-2013 by Bill No. 1233, as amended. With the permission of the County, this legislation was revised to: 1) italicize defined terms not already italicized in the original copy; 2) add a section symbol before each section number; 3) impose capitalization on section and subsection titles in a style consistent with the rest of the County Code; 4) delete any extraneous punctuation appearing at the end of sections or subsections; 5) add punctuation at the end of subsections where none exists; 6) and cite numbers consistently throughout the chapter in a style matching that found in the rest of the County Code.
Article I GENERAL PROVISIONS

§ 70-1 Findings.

§ 70-2 Statutory authorization.

§ 70-3 Purpose.

§ 70-4 Compliance required.

§ 70-5 Abrogation and greater restrictions.

§ 70-6 Interpretation.

§ 70-7 Warning and disclaimer of liability.

§ 70-8 Severability.

§ 70-9 Effective date and subsequent amendments.

§ 70-10 Floodplain administrator designation.

§ 70-11 Floodplain administrator duties and responsibilities.

§ 70-12 Flood Insurance Rate Map use and interpretation.

Article II REQUIREMENTS IN ALL FLOOD HAZARD AREAS

§ 70-13 Application of requirements.

§ 70-14 Subdivision and development.

§ 70-15 Water supply and sanitary sewage system protection.

§ 70-16 Building and structure protection.

§ 70-17 Fill placement.

§ 70-18 Historic structures.

§ 70-19 Manufactured homes.

§ 70-20 Recreational vehicle protection.

§ 70-21 Critical and essential facilities protection.

§ 70-22 Temporary structures and temporary storage protection.

§ 70-23 Gas or liquid storage tank protection.

§ 70-24 Functionally dependent use protection.

Article III REQUIREMENTS IN FLOOD HAZARD AREAS OF NONTIDAL WATERS

§ 70-25 Buffers along non-tidal waters.

§ 70-26 Development that affects flood-carrying capacity of nontidal waters.

Article IV REQUIREMENTS IN FLOOD HAZARD AREA (A ZONES) OTHER THAN COASTAL HIGH HAZARD AREAS (V ZONES) AND COASTAL A ZONES

§ 70-27 General requirements.

§ 70-28 Residential structures and residential portions of mixed use structures.

§ 70-29 Nonresidential structures and nonresidential portions of mixed use structures.

§ 70-30 Lateral additions.

§ 70-31 Accessory structures.

§ 70-32 Watercourse alteration.

Article V COASTAL HIGH HAZARD AREA (V ZONE) AND COASTAL A ZONE REQUIREMENTS

§ 70-33 General requirements.

§ 70-34 Structure location and site preparation.

§ 70-35 Residential and nonresidential structures.

§ 70-36 Lateral additions.

§ 70-37 Accessory structures.

§ 70-38 Other structures and development.

Article VI ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS AND VARIANCES

§ 70-39 Administrative appeals.

§ 70-40 General provisions for variances.

§ 70-41 Variance applications.

§ 70-42 Variance considerations.

§ 70-43 Variance limitations.

Article VII ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT

§ 70-44 Application procedures.

§ 70-45 Special flood hazard area permit requirements.

§ 70-46 Permit application review.

§ 70-47 Permit revisions and expiration; monitoring of construction.

§ 70-48 Submissions required prior to final inspection.

§ 70-49 Enforcement.

Article VIII DEFINITIONS

§ 70-50 Definitions.