§ 122-5-2. Replacement trees and/or vegetation  


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  • (a) Land disturbing activities involving tree removal without an approved tree conservation plan.

    1. A tree conservation plan shall be submitted for approval by the Director when a violation is issued for land disturbing activity involving tree clearing without an approved plan in accordance with the Erosion and Sedimentation Control Ordinance.

    2. Replacement trees and/or other vegetation may be required by the Director according to the guidelines set forth in Public Facilities Manual.

    (b) Land disturbing activity conducted in violation of an approved tree conservation plan.

    1. A revision to the approved tree conservation plan may be required by the Director when land disturbing activities are conducted, without prior approval of the Director, in areas outside the limits of clearing and grading shown on the approved plan resulting in the removal or damage to trees or forested areas designated to be preserved on such plan.

    2. Replacement trees and/or other vegetation may be required by the Director according to the guidelines set forth in the Public Facilities Manual. (64-08-122.)