Wetlands. When disposing of excess, soil, or other construction materials on public or private property, Contractor shall not fill in or otherwise convert wetlands.
Wetlands. The Developer, in the sole discretion of the City, shall either clean the pond (including the removal of accumulated sediment and gravel such that the original contours/grades (pond bottom) are met) or shall deposit the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) with the City for future cleaning;
Wetlands. Wetlands are protected by the federal and state governments. Buyer may wish to hire an environmental engineer to investigate whether the Property is located in a wetlands area to determine if permits for plans to build, improve or develop the property would be affected or denied because of its location in a wetlands area.
Wetlands. Approval by the Township of the Plan shall not be construed as compliance with the provisions of federal or state laws or regulations regarding building, dredging or filling in areas which are or may be deemed to be wetlands within the jurisdiction of the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, the United States Environmental Protection Agency or DEP.
Wetlands. No part of the Property consists of or is classified as wetlands, tidelands or swamp and overflow lands.
Wetlands. The Developer acknowledges its awareness that development of the property covered hereby may require approval by the United States Corp of Engineers and/or the State of Maryland or others with respect to portions of the development which may constitute “wetlands” as defined in Federal and/or State Law and Regulations. Any compliance therewith which may be lawfully required is the sole obligation and responsibility of the Developer.