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20190117 Eberlein Subdivision SWPPP STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN For Single Family Residential Development 42 Ruggles Road City of Saratoga Springs Saratoga County State of New York Applicant: Geraldine Eberlein 42 Ruggles Road Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Prepared By: Ingalls & Associates, LLP 2603 Guilderland Avenue Schenectady, NY 12306 Phone: (518) 393-7725 Fax: (518) 393-2324 Ingalls January 18, 2019 TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Page Number I. PROJECT BACKGROUND INFORMATION 1 II. STORMWATER MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVES 1 III. EROSION & SEDIMENT CONTROL 3 IV. SUMMARY 5 LIST OF APPENDICIES APPENDIX A SITE LOCATION MAP AND SOILS MAP APPENDIX B Notice of Intent (NOI) APPENDIX C EROSION&SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN APPENDIX D Notice of Termination (NOT) I. PROJECT BACKGROUND INFORMATION The proposed two (2) lot subdivision with single-family residences is located on 42 Ruggles Road, in the City of Saratoga Springs, County of Saratoga, State of New York. The property is identified as (Tax/Map Account# 154.-1-23.1). The 10.31 acre parcel will be subdivided into two (2) single-family lots where a single family dwelling is to be constructed along the on existing road frontage along Ruggles Road. The residential lot will be serviced by on-site wastewater (septic systems) and municipal water system. There is an existing single-family house with on-site wastewater (septic system) that will remain on one of the proposed lots. The area of disturbance associated with the construction of a house, driveway, and the on-site wastewater (septic system) will be approximately 0.9+/- acres. This project type is listed under Table 1 Appendix B for the NYSDEC GP-0-15-002 and will require a SWPPP that includes only Erosion and Sediment Control since the project will result in greater than 1 acre, but less than five acres of disturbance. Site Characteristics The Saratoga County Soils Map (Appendix A) shows the soils within the area of development to be Oakville loamy fine sand (OaB) undulating, Oakville loamy fine sand (OaC) rolling. II. STORMWATER MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVES The primary stormwater management objective is to maintain water quality during construction phases and to ensure reestablishment of proper cover in the developed area to lessen the impacts to downstream water channels and properties. Sources of water pollution during construction typically include erosion, siltation, and debris transport from excavated site areas, accidental spillage or leakage of motor fuels, lubrication oils, and other fluids from construction equipment, and other potential releases of construction related debris. In post construction, typical pollution sources include leakage of motor fuel or lubricating oils onto pavement, sediment-laden runoff from paved areas after deicing procedures, and runoff from landscaped areas that may contain fertilizers and other landscape maintenance chemicals. Stormwater quality and erosion control during construction will utilize temporary measures including installation of silt fencing,vegetation protection barriers, and if needed, stone check dams to minimize soil erosion and water pollution. SWPPP Page 11 Currently the majority of the site drains to a stream on the south side of the site. This drainage pattern will be maintained after construction. Any additional runoff associated with the construction of the House and driveway will be negligible and will not result in any negative impacts to adjoining properties. SWPPP Page 12 III. EROSION & SEDIMENT CONTROL I. Temporary Controls during Construction During the project's construction phase the site will be the most susceptible to erosion and sedimentation. To prevent erosion during the construction phase,the following temporary erosion control measures will be used. • Silt fencing will be placed around proposed toe of slopes. • Tracking pads (Stabilized Construction Entrances) shall be constructed at site entrances. • Silt fence shall be constructed around all temporary stockpiles of fill, topsoil, and excavated overburden. Silt fence shall be maintained in good condition until such time as said stockpiles are removed and stockpiling areas are brought to final grade and permanently stabilized. • Seeding/mulch shall be used to stabilize inactive areas of topsoil and fill that is to remain stockpiled on-site for periods greater than 14 days. Prior to the seeding operation, the stockpiled material shall be graded as needed and feasible to permit the use of conventional equipment for seedbed preparation, seeding, mulch application and mulch anchoring. • If applicable, all disturbed slopes greater than 3:1 shall receive biodegradable fabric to protect slopes from erosion. • Water trucks will be used for dust control on roadways. • Site debris and rubbish shall be properly disposed of daily. • Stockpiled construction materials shall be covered,contained and elevated • The contractor shall avoid the use of toxic products and materials to the maximum extent. • Spill control supplies and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) shall be stocked and maintained in readily accessible locations. All temporary controls must be functioning and left in-place until the entire contributing area treated by the practice reaches final stabilization. Temporary controls associated with individual lots may be installed prior to the construction of that lot and removed once the full area is finally stabilized. Site Assessment and Inspections All erosion and sediment control measures shall be routinely inspected by the owner or his representative to ensure control measures are functioning properly at all times. At a minimum, routine inspections should take place after all heavy storm events. Erosion control devices shall be cleaned and repaired as necessary to insure proper operation. Per the City of Saratoga Springs Stormwater ordinance, the owner/operator shall maintain a record of all project documents including the SWPPP and any inspection reports the duration of the project. SWPPP Page 13 Stabilization The operator shall initiate stabilization measures as soon as practical in portions of the site where construction activities have temporarily or permanently ceased,but in no case more than 14 days after the construction activity in the portion of the site has temporarily or permanently been ceased. The soil stabilization measures selected shall be in conformance with the most current version of the technical standard,"New York Standards and Specifications for Erosion and Sediment Control." This requirement does not apply when construction activity is temporarily or permanently ceased due to snow cover or frozen ground conditions. In this case stabilization measures shall be initiated as soon as practicable. Maintenance The owner/operator shall inspect the integrity and function of all temporary erosion control measures to ensure they are being maintained in effective operating condition at all times. To assure proper function, siltation barriers shall be maintained in good condition and reinforced, extended, repaired, re-seeded and protected from further erosion. All accumulated sediment shall be removed and contained in appropriate spoil areas. Water shall be applied to newly seeded areas as needed until grass cover is well established. Sedimentation control measures shall be monitored to ensure proper functionality. The following items shall be routinely inspected by the owner. • Silt fencing shall be inspected regularly for undermining and deterioration. • Seeded/mulched areas shall be inspected regularly to see that a good stand is maintained.Areas shall be repaired as necessary. • The construction entrance(s) shall be maintained in a condition, which will prevent tracking or flowing of sediment onto public R.O.W. All sediment spilled, dropped, washed or tracked onto public R.O.W. must be removed immediately. • The site shall be visually inspected for residues, stains or traces of pollutants on paved surfaces and around structures or valves. Erosion control devices must be cleaned when sediment reaches 50%. SWPPP Page 14 IV. SUMMARY The erosion and sediment controls referenced above will prevent flooding, nutrient loading, and erosion that may result during construction. This will ensure proper protection of downstream channels, wetlands and adjacent properties. The controls and maintenance responsibilities outlined in this report shall be cross referenced with the NYSDEC GP 0-15-002. The contractor shall be familiar with both the design plans and reports and the NYS Permit conditions. SWPPP Page 15 APPENDIX A SITE LOCATION MAP AND SOILS MAP SWPPP Page IA .■ 1 1 l / • 11/ \ W .......)1 L T 0 • •• • 1 wI• • .1 1 ,11 ' ■ of f el ROAD. . 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'* • • i •.140 UNAUTHORIZED ALTERATION OR ADDITION TO THIS DRAWING IS SITE LOCATI 0 N A VIOLATION OF SECTION 7209 i SUBDIVISION 2, OF THE NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION LAW. ingalis42 RUGGLES ROAD ONLY COPIES MADE FROM THE ORIGINAL OF THIS DRAWING CITY OF ARATOGA SPRINGS BEARING AN ORIGINAL INKED OR EMBOSSED SEAL AND ingalls&associates, LLP SARATOGA COUNTY STATE OF NEW YORK SIGNATURE SHALL BE CONSIDERED engineering,environmental,surveying DATE: CHECKED BY:DIF TO BE VALID TRUE COPIES. 2603 GUILDERLAND AVENUE 10-30-18 I JOB NO. 16-049 SCALE: 1"=2,000' © Copyright 2018—Ingalls& SCHENECTADY,N.Y.12306 PHONE:(518)393-7725 DRAWN BY: CWP SHEET 1 0 F 1 Associates,LLP—All rights reserved FAX:(518)393-2324 CADD FILE: 16-049 Lot Plot Plan w w 0 0 u w z z 1 r- 4771970 4772020 4772070 4772I120 4772I170 4772220 4772270 ,I:+ 73°42'8"W 73°42'8"W o - I of �z 0 • _ CD 30 0 3 E su " RUg ▪ N cn gees 0 2 E lii c ( 7. i B ...... 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Soils are assigned to one of four groups according to the rate of water infiltration when the soils are not protected by vegetation, are thoroughly wet, and receive precipitation from long-duration storms. The soils in the United States are assigned to four groups (A, B, C, and D) and three dual classes (A/D, B/D, and C/D). The groups are defined as follows: Group A. Soils having a high infiltration rate (low runoff potential)when thoroughly wet. These consist mainly of deep, well drained to excessively drained sands or gravelly sands. These soils have a high rate of water transmission. Group B. Soils having a moderate infiltration rate when thoroughly wet. These consist chiefly of moderately deep or deep, moderately well drained or well drained soils that have moderately fine texture to moderately coarse texture. These soils have a moderate rate of water transmission. Group C. Soils having a slow infiltration rate when thoroughly wet. These consist chiefly of soils having a layer that impedes the downward movement of water or soils of moderately fine texture or fine texture. These soils have a slow rate of water transmission. Group D. Soils having a very slow infiltration rate (high runoff potential)when thoroughly wet. These consist chiefly of clays that have a high shrink-swell potential, soils that have a high water table, soils that have a claypan or clay layer at or near the surface, and soils that are shallow over nearly impervious material. These soils have a very slow rate of water transmission. If a soil is assigned to a dual hydrologic group (A/D, B/D, or C/D), the first letter is for drained areas and the second is for undrained areas. Only the soils that in their natural condition are in group D are assigned to dual classes. Rating Options Aggregation Method: Dominant Condition t'sast Natural Resources Web Soil Survey 12/12/2018 1111.11 Conservation Service National Cooperative Soil Survey Page 3 of 4 APPENDIX B Notice of Intent (NOI) SWPPP Page IB f--- 0644089821 NOTICE OF INTENT New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Aillik Division of Water 625 Broadway, 4th Floor NYR Albany, New York 12233-3505 (for DEC use only) Stormwater Discharges Associated with Construction Activity Under State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES) General Permit # GP-0-15-002 All sections must be completed unless otherwise noted. Failure to complete all items may result in this form being returned to you, thereby delaying your coverage under this General Permit. Applicants must read and understand the conditions of the permit and prepare a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan prior to submitting this NOI. Applicants are responsible for identifying and obtaining other DEC permits that may be required. - IMPORTANT- RETURN THIS FORM TO THE ADDRESS ABOVE OWNER/OPERATOR MUST SIGN FORM /7- Owner/Operator Information Owner/Operator (Company Name/Private Owner Name/Municipality Name) Owner/Operator Contact Person Last Name (NOT CONSULTANT) Eberlein Owner/Operator Contact Person First Name Geraldine Owner/Operator Mailing Address 42 Ruggles Road City Saratoga Springs State Zip NY 12866 - Phone (Owner/Operator) Fax (Owner/Operator) 518 - 441 - 8811 - - Email (Owner/Operator) Meberlei@nycap. rr. com FED TAX ID - (not required for individuals) Page 1 of 14 [--- 6401089828 Project Site Information Project/Site Name Two Lot Sub ivision Lands of Eberlein Street Address (NOT P.O. BOX) 42 Ruggles Road Side of Street O North O South O East O West City/Town/Village (THAT ISSUES BUILDING PERMIT) Saratoga Springs State Zip County DEC Region NY 12866 - Saratoga 5 Name of Nearest Cross Street Harris Road Distance to Nearest Cross Street (Feet) Project In Relation to Cross Street 695 O North O South O East O West Tax Map Numbers Tax Map Numbers Section-Block-Parcel 154 . -1 23 . 1 1. Provide the Geographic Coordinates for the project site in NYTM Units. To do this you must go to the NYSDEC Stormwater Interactive Map on the DEC website at: www.dec.ny.gov/imsmaps/stormwater/viewer.htm Zoom into your Project Location such that you can accurately click on the centroid of your site. Once you have located your project site, go to the tool boxes on the top and choose "i" (identify) . Then click on the center of your site and a new window containing the X, Y coordinates in UTM will pop up. Transcribe these coordinates into the boxes below. For problems with the interactive map use the help function. X Coordinates (Easting) Y Coordinates (Northing) 605723 4772304 2. What is the nature of this construction project? O New Construction O Redevelopment with increase in impervious area O Redevelopment with no increase in impervious area Page 2 of 14 I 8600089821 9. Identify the nearest surface waterbody(ies) to which construction site runoff will discharge. Name 9a. Type of waterbody identified in Question 9? O Wetland / State Jurisdiction On Site (Answer 9b) O Wetland / State Jurisdiction Off Site O Wetland / Federal Jurisdiction On Site (Answer 9b) O Wetland / Federal Jurisdiction Off Site V)Stream / Creek On Site O Stream / Creek Off Site O River On Site O River Off Site O Lake On Site O Lake Off Site O Other Type On Site O Other Type Off Site 9b. How was the wetland identified? O Regulatory Map *)Delineated by Consultant O Delineated by Army Corps of Engineers O Other (identify) 10. Has the surface waterbody (ies ) in question 9 been identified as a Oyes O No 303(d) segment in Appendix E of GP -0-15-002? 11. Is this project located in one of the Watersheds identified in Appendix C of GP -0-15-002? O Yes O No 12. Is the project located in one of the watershed areas associated with AA and AA -S classified waters? If no, skip question 13. O Yes O No 13. Does this construction activity disturb land with no existing impervious cover and where the Soil Slope Phase is O Yes O No identified as an E or F on the USDA Soil Survey? If Yes, what is the acreage to be disturbed? 14. Will the project disturb soils within a State regulated wetland or the protected 100 foot adjacent area? O Yes O No Page 4 of 14 �i I 6403089820 15. Does the site runoff enter a separate storm sewer system (including roadside drains, swales, ditches, O Yes O No O Unknown culverts, etc) ? 16. What is the name of the municipality/entity that owns the separate storm sewer system? 17. Does any runoff from the site enter a sewer classified O Yes O No O Unknown as a Combined Sewer? 18. Will future use of this site be an agricultural property as defined by the NYS Agriculture and Markets Law? O Yes O No 19. Is this property owned by a state authority, state agency, federal government or local government? O Yes O No 20. Is this a remediation project being done under a Department approved work plan? (i.e. CERCLA, RCRA, Voluntary Cleanup O Yes O No Agreement, etc.) 21. Has the required Erosion and Sediment Control component of the SWPPP been developed in conformance with the current NYS O Yes O No Standards and Specifications for Erosion and Sediment Control (aka Blue Book) ? 22. Does this construction activity require the development of a SWPPP that includes the post -construction stormwater management practice component (i.e. Runoff Reduction, Water Quality and O Yes *No Quantity Control practices/techniques)? If No, skip questions 23 and 27-39. 23. Has the post -construction stormwater management practice component of the SWPPP been developed in conformance with the current NYS O Yes O No Stormwater Management Design Manual? Page 5 of 14 I 0251089825 24. The Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) was prepared by: ; Professional Engineer (P . E . ) O Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) O Registered Landscape Architect (R.L.A) O Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) O Owner/Operator O Other SWPPP Preparer I g l s& Asso i tEk.S, I'-JLI-:) Contact Name (Last, Space, First) Mailina Address City SdlhEmc a y State Zip N 122 3 0 6 - Phone Fax 51-8 - 3 3 - 7 2 - - Email d'n a 1.13@ingallsl1p.dio SWPPP Preparer Certification I hereby certify that the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for this project has been prepared in accordance with the terms and conditions of the GP -0-15-002. Furthermore, I understand that certifying false, incorrect or inaccurate information is a violation of this permit and the laws of the State of New York and could subject me to criminal, civil and/or administrative proceedings. First Name MI �D4v�d � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � ] Last Name Ing1 Signature Date Page 6 of 14 I 0005089822 25. Has a construction sequence schedule for the planned management practices been prepared? O Yes O No 26. Select all of the erosion and sediment control practices that will be employed on the project site: Temporary Structural O Check Dams O Construction Road Stabilization O Dust Control O Earth Dike O Level Spreader O Perimeter Dike/Swale O Pipe Slope Drain O Portable Sediment Tank O Rock Dam O Sediment Basin O Sediment Traps V)Silt Fence O Stabilized Construction Entrance O Storm Drain Inlet Protection O Straw/Hay Bale Dike O Temporary Access Waterway Crossing O Temporary Stormdrain Diversion O Temporary Swale O Turbidity Curtain O Water bars Biotechnical O Brush Matting O Wattling Vegetative Measures O Brush Matting O Dune Stabilization O Grassed Waterway V)Mulching O Protecting Vegetation O Recreation Area Improvement p) Seeding O Sodding O Straw/Hay Bale Dike O Streambank Protection O Temporary Swale O Topsoiling O Vegetating Waterways Permanent Structural O Debris Basin O Diversion O Grade Stabilization Structure V)Land Grading O Lined Waterway (Rock) O Paved Channel (Concrete) O Paved Flume O Retaining Wall O Riprap Slope Protection O Rock Outlet Protection 0 Streambank Protection I 0182089828 Post -construction Stormwater Management Practice (SMP) Requirements Important: Completion of Questions 27-39 is not required if response to Question 22 is No. 27. Identify all site planning practices that were used to prepare the final site plan/layout for the project. O Preservation of Undisturbed Areas O Preservation of Buffers O Reduction of Clearing and Grading O Locating Development in Less Sensitive Areas O Roadway Reduction O Sidewalk Reduction O Driveway Reduction O Cul-de-sac Reduction O Building Footprint Reduction O Parking Reduction 27a. Indicate which of the following soil restoration criteria was used to address the requirements in Section 5.1.6("Soil Restoration") of the Design Manual (2010 version) . O All disturbed areas will be restored in accordance with the Soil Restoration requirements in Table 5.3 of the Design Manual (see page 5-22). O Compacted areas were considered as impervious cover when calculating the WQv Required, and the compacted areas were assigned a post -construction Hydrologic Soil Group (HSG) designation that is one level less permeable than existing conditions for the hydrology analysis. 28. Provide the total Water Quality Volume (WQv) required for this project (based on final site plan/layout). Total WQv Required acre-feet 29. Identify the RR techniques (Area Reduction), RR techniques (Volume Reduction) and Standard SMPs with RRv Capacity in Table 1 (See Page 9) that were used to reduce the Total WQv Required(#28). Also, provide in Table 1 the total impervious area that contributes runoff to each technique/practice selected. For the Area Reduction Techniques, provide the total contributing area (includes pervious area) and, if applicable, the total impervious area that contributes runoff to the technique/practice. Note: Redevelopment projects shall use Tables 1 and 2 to identify the SMPs used to treat and/or reduce the WQv required. If runoff reduction techniques will not be used to reduce the required WQv, skip to question 33a after identifying the SMPs. Page 8 of 14 7738089822 Table 1- Runoff Reduction (RR) Techniques and Standard Stormwater Management Practices (SMPs) Total Contributing Total Contributing RR Techniques (Area Reduction) Area (acres) Impervious Area (acres) O Conservation of Natural Areas (RR -1) ... -E and/or -E O Sheetflow to Riparian Buffers Filters Strips (RR -2) ,,,,,,,,,, -1-E and/or - O Tree Planting/Tree Pit (RR -3) ....•...•. and/or O Disconnection of Rooftop Runoff (RR -4) • • - and/or - RR Techniques (Volume Reduction) O Vegetated Swale (RR -5) ......................................... O Rain Garden (RR -6) ............................................ O Stormwater Planter (RR -7) • O Rain Barrel/Cistern (RR -8) ••• O Porous Pavement (RR -9) ........................................ - O Green Roof (RR -10) ............................................ - Standard SMPs with RRv Capacity O Infiltration Trench (I-1) ..................................... O Infiltration Basin (1-2) ...................................... O Dry Well (I-3) ................................................ O Underground Infiltration System (I-4) ........................ O Bioretention (F-5) ............................................ O Dry Swale (0-1) ............................................... - Standard SMPs O Micropool Extended Detention (P-1) ............................ O Wet Pond (P-2) ................................................ O Wet Extended Detention (P-3) .................................. O Multiple Pond System(P-4) .................................... - O Pocket Pond(P-5)............................................. . O Surface Sand Filter (F-1) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• - O Underground Sand Filter (F-2) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• O Perimeter Sand Filter (F-3) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• E-:1-EOrganic Filter (F-4) ......................................... . O Shallow Wetland (W-1) ......................................... O Extended Detention Wetland (W-2) ............................. O Pond/Wetland System (W-3) ..................................... O Pocket Wetland (W-4) .......................................... O Wet Swale (0-2) ............................................... - Page 9 of 14 I 0762089822 Alternative SMP Table 2 - Alternative SMPs (DO NOT INCLUDE PRACTICES BEING USED FOR PRETREATMENT ONLY) Total Contributing Impervious Area (acres) OHydrodynamic............................................... O Wet Vault - .................................................. O Media Filter ............................................... O Other Provide the name and manufacturer of the Alternative SMPs (i.e. proprietary practice(s)) being used for WQv treatment. Name Manufacturer Note: Redevelopment projects which do not use RR techniques, shall use questions 28, 29, 33 and 33a to provide SMPs used, total WQv required and total WQv provided for the project. 30. Indicate the Total RRv provided by the RR techniques (Area/Volume Reduction) and Standard SMPs with RRv capacity identified in question 29. Total RRv provided • E acre-feet 31. Is the Total RRv provided (#30) greater than or equal to the total WQv required ( #28) . If Yes, go to question 36. If No, go to question 32. 32. Provide the Minimum RRv required based on HSG. [Minimum RRv Required = (P) (0.95) (Ai) /12, Ai= (S) (Aic) ] Minimum RRv Required E E acre-feet 32a. Is the Total RRv provided (#30) greater than or equal to the Minimum RRv Required (#32)? L If Yes, go to question 33. Note: Use the space provided in question #39 to summarize the specific site limitations and justification for not reducing 100% of WQv required (#28) . A detailed evaluation of the specific site limitations and justification for not reducing 100% of the WQv required (#28) must also be included in the SWPPP. If No, sizing criteria has not been met, so NOI can not be processed. SWPPP preparer must modify design to meet sizing criteria. Page 10 of 14 O Yes O No O Yes O No 17 6608 9827 33. Identify the Standard SMPs in Table 1 and, if applicable, the Alternative SMPs in Table 2 that were used to treat the remaining total WQv(=Total WQv Required in 28 - Total RRv Provided in 30). Also, provide in Table 1 and 2 the total impervious area that contributes runoff to each practice selected. Note: Use Tables 1 and 2 to identify the SMPs used on Redevelopment projects. 33a. Indicate the Total WQv provided (i.e. WQv treated) by the SMPs identified in question #33 and Standard SMPs with RRv Capacity identified in question 29. WQv Provided _-E acre-feet Note: For the standard SMPs with RRv capacity, the WQv provided by each practice the WQv calculated using the contributing drainage area to the practice RRv provided by the practice. (See Table 3.5 in Design Manual) 34. Provide the sum of the Total RRv provided (#30) and the WQv provided (#33a) . - 35. Is the sum of the RRv provided (#30) and the WQv provided (#33a) greater than or equal to the total WQv required (#28)? O Yes O No If Yes, go to question 36. If No, sizing criteria has not been met, so NOI can not be processed. SWPPP preparer must modify design to meet sizing criteria. 36. Provide the total Channel Protection Storage Volume (CPv) required and provided or select waiver (36a), if applicable. CPv Required CPv Provided acre-feet - acre-feet 36a. The need to provide channel protection has been waived because: O Site discharges directly to tidal waters or a fifth order or larger stream. O Reduction of the total CPv is achieved on site through runoff reduction techniques or infiltration systems. 37. Provide the Overbank Flood (Qp) and Extreme Flood (Qf) control criteria or select waiver (37a), if applicable. Total Overbank Flood Control Criteria (Qp) Pre -Development Post -development CFS - CFS Total Extreme Flood Control Criteria (Qf) Pre -Development Post -development - CFS - CFS Page 11 of 14 I 1310089822 37a. The need to meet the Qp and Qf criteria has been waived because: O Site discharges directly to tidal waters or a fifth order or larger stream. O Downstream analysis reveals that the Qp and Qf controls are not required 38. Has a long term Operation and Maintenance Plan for the post -construction stormwater management practice(s) been O Yes O No developed? If Yes, Identify the entity responsible for the long term Operation and Maintenance 39. Use this space to summarize the specific site limitations and justification for not reducing 100% of WQv required (#28) . (See question 32a) This space can also be used for other pertinent project information. Page 12 of 14 I 4285089826 40. Identify other DEC permits, existing and new, that are required for this project/facility. O Air Pollution Control O Coastal Erosion O Hazardous Waste O Long Island Wells O Mined Land Reclamation O Solid Waste O Navigable Waters Protection / Article 15 O Water Quality Certificate O Dam Safety O Water Supply O Freshwater Wetlands/Article 24 O Tidal Wetlands O Wild, Scenic and Recreational Rivers O Stream Bed or Bank Protection / Article 15 O Endangered or Threatened Species(Incidental Take Permit) O Individual SPDES O SPDES Multi -Sector GP N R O Other None 41. Does this project require a US Army Corps of Engineers Wetland Permit? O Yes O No If Yes, Indicate Size of Impact. 42. Is this project subject to the requirements of a regulated, traditional land use control MS4? O Yes O No (If No, skip question 43) 43. Has the "MS4 SWPPP Acceptance" form been signed by the principal executive officer or ranking elected official and submitted along *Yes O No with this NOI? 44. If this NOI is being submitted for the purpose of continuing or transferring coverage under a general permit for stormwater runoff from construction activities, please indicate the former SPDES number assigned. N yrR Page 13 of 14 I 3547089826 Owner/Operator Certification I have read or been advised of the permit conditions and believe that I understand them. I also understand that, under the terms of the permit, there may be reporting requirements. I hereby certify that this document and the corresponding documents were prepared under my direction or supervision. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment for knowing violations. I further understand that coverage under the general permit will be identified in the acknowledgment that I will receive as a result of submitting this NOI and can be as long as sixty (60) business days as provided for in the general permit. I also understand that, by submitting this NOI, I am acknowledging that the SWPPP has been developed and will be implemented as the first element of construction, and agreeing to comply with all the terms and conditions of the general permit for which this NOI is being submitted. Print First Name MI Print Last Name Owner/Operator Signature Date Page 14 of 14 7t�NEW Y�F�I STATF OF PPORT UNITY Department of Envi'ronmentall Conservation NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Water 625 Broadway, 4th Floor Albany, New York 12233-3505 MS4 Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Acceptance Form for Construction Activities Seeking Authorization Under SPDES General Permit *(NOTE: Attach Completed Form to Notice Of Intent and Submit to Address Above) I. Project Owner/Operator Information 1. Owner/Operator Name: Eb@CI@In 2. Contact Person: Geraldine M. Eberlein s. street Address: 42 Ruggles Road 4. City/State/Zip- Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 II. Project Site Information s. Project/Site Name: Two Lot Subdivision Lands of Eberlein s. street Address- 42 Ruggles Road 7. City/State/Zip- Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 III. Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Review and Acceptance Information 8. SWPPP Reviewed by: 9. Title/Position- 10. Date Final SWPPP Reviewed and Accepted: IV. Regulated MS4 Information 11. Name of MS4: 12. MS4 SPDES Permit Identification Number: NYR20A 216 13. Contact Person: Anthony J Scirocco 14. Street Address: 474 Broadway 15. City/State/Zip- Saratog Springs, NY 12866 16. Telephone Number- 518-587-3550 Page 1 of 2 MS4 SWPPP Acceptance Form - continued V. Certification Statement - MS4 Official (principal executive officer or ranking elected official) or Duly Authorized Representative I hereby certify that the final Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for the construction project identified in question 5 has been reviewed and meets the substantive requirements in the SPDES General Permit For Stormwater Discharges from Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s). Note: The MS4, through the acceptance of the SWPPP, assumes no responsibility for the accuracy and adequacy of the design included in the SWPPP. 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Has the entity responsible for long-term operation and maintenance been given a copy of the operation and maintenance plan required by the general permit? ❑ yes ❑ no 10e. Indicate the method used to ensure long-term operation and maintenance of the post-construction stormwater management practice(s): ❑ Post-construction stormwater management practice(s) and any right-of-way(s) needed to maintain practice(s) have been deeded to the municipality. ❑ Executed maintenance agreement is in place with the municipality that will maintain the post-construction stormwater management practice(s). ❑ For post-construction stormwater management practices that are privately owned, a mechanism is in place that requires operation and maintenance of the practice(s) in accordance with the operation and maintenance plan, such as a deed covenant in the owner or operator's deed of record. ❑ For post-construction stormwater management practices that are owned by a public or private institution (e.g. school, university or hospital), government agency or authority, or public utility; policy and procedures are in place that ensures operation and maintenance of the practice(s) in accordance with the operation and maintenance plan. 1Of. Provide the total area of impervious surface (i.e. roof, pavement, concrete, gravel, etc.) constructed within the disturbance area? (acres) 11. Is this project subject to the requirements of a regulated, traditional land use control MS4? ❑ yes ❑ no (If Yes, complete section VI - "MS4 Acceptance" statement V. Additional Information/Explanation: (Use this section to answer questions 9c. and 1Ob. , if applicable) VI. MS4 Acceptance - MS4 Official (principal executive officer or ranking elected official) or Duly Authorized Representative (Note: Not required when 9b. is checked -transfer of coverage) I have determined that it is acceptable for the owner or operator of the construction project identified in question 5 to submit the Notice of Termination at this time. Printed Name- ame:Title/Position:Signature: Title/Position- Signature- Date: Page 2 of 3 NOTICE OF TERMINATION for Storm Water Discharges Authorized under the SPDES General Permit for Construction Activity -continued VII. Qualified Inspector Certification -Final Stabilization: I hereby certify that all disturbed areas have achieved final stabilization as defined in the current version of the general permit, and that all temporary, structural erosion and sediment control measures have been removed. Furthermore, I understand that certifying false, incorrect or inaccurate information is a violation of the referenced permit and the laws of the State of New York and could subject me to criminal, civil and/or administrative proceedings. Printed Name- ame:Title/Position:Signature: Title/Position- Signature- Date: VIII. Qualified Inspector Certification -Post-construction Stormwater Management Practice(s): I hereby certify that all post-construction stormwater management practices have been constructed in conformance with the SWPPP. Furthermore, I understand that certifying false, incorrect or inaccurate information is a violation of the referenced permit and the laws of the State of New York and could subject me to criminal, civil and/or administrative proceedings. Printed Name- ame:Title/Position:Signature: Title/Position- Signature- Date: IX. Owner or Operator Certification I hereby certify that this document was prepared by me or under my direction or supervision. My determination, based upon my inquiry of the person(s) who managed the construction activity, or those persons directly responsible for gathering the information, is that the information provided in this document is true, accurate and complete. Furthermore, I understand that certifying false, incorrect or inaccurate information is a violation of the referenced permit and the laws of the State of New York and could subject me to criminal, civil and/or administrative proceedings. Printed Name- ame:Title/Position:Signature: Title/Position- Signature- Date: (NYS DEC Notice of Termination - January 2015) Page 3 of 3