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City of Norwalk, CT
Fairfield County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City of Norwalk Common Council 11-23-2004. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Conservation Commission — See Ch. 35.
Flood and Erosion Control Board — See Ch. 43.
Water emergency — See Ch. 57C.
Inland wetlands and watercourses — See Ch. 60A.
Planning and Zoning Commissions — See Ch. 79.
Water Pollution Control Authority — See Ch. 113.
In accordance with the provisions of Connecticut General Statutes § 22a-354a, et seq. the Zoning Commission is hereby designated as the "Aquifer Protection Agency" (hereinafter the "Agency") of the City of Norwalk.
Members of the Zoning Commission shall serve coexisting terms on the Agency. The membership requirements of the Agency shall be the same as those of the Zoning Commission, including, but not limited to, the number of members, terms, method of selection and removal of members, and filling of vacancies.
At least one member of the Agency or staff of the Agency shall complete the course in technical training formulated by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection of the State of Connecticut, pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes § 22a-354v.
The Agency shall adopt regulations in accordance with Connecticut General Statutes § 22a-354p and R.C.S.A. § 22a-354i-3. Said regulations shall provide for:
The manner in which boundaries of aquifer protection areas shall be established and amended or changed.
Procedures for the regulation of activity within the area.
The form for an application to conduct regulated activities within the area.
Notice and publication requirements.
Criteria and procedures for the review of applications.
Administration and enforcement.
In order to carry out the purposes of this aquifer protection program, the Agency will conduct an inventory of land use within the area to asses potential contamination sources.
Not later than three months after approval by the Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection of Level B mapping of aquifers, the Agency will inventory land uses overlying the mapped zone of contribution and recharge areas of such aquifers in accordance with guidelines established by the Commissioner pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes § 22a-354f. Such inventory shall be completed not more than one year after authorization of the Agency, (Connecticut General Statutes § 22a-354e.)