Conn. Agencies Regs. § 25-37d-1 - Application for a permit

(a) No water company shall sell, lease, assign or otherwise dispose of or change the use of any watershed lands, and any off-watershed Class II lands, except as provided in sections 25-37c-1 and 2, and 25-37d-1 through 10, inclusive, of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies without a written permit from the Commissioner of Public Health.
(b) An application for a permit shall be made by the water company on forms furnished by the Commissioner. These forms shall be sufficiently complete and shall contain such information as the Commissioner deems necessary for a fair determination of the Commissioner's statutory responsibilities. Such application form shall include but not be limited to: a description of the property, with such site plan and maps as are appropriate; a description of the proposed use of the property upon transfer or change in use; data on the chemical, physical and biological characteristics, where appropriate, of the reservoir, watershed and impact of the proposed use; and documentation of the proposed restrictions to be applicable to property covered by the application.
(c) Upon submission of an application, the Commissioner shall review it to determine whether there is sufficient information therein to determine whether the proposed action will or will not have a significant adverse impact upon the present and future purity and adequacy of the public drinking water supply. In connection therewith, the Commissioner may require that the applicant provide such additional information as the Commissioner deems necessary on any proposed use restriction, to aid in determining the enforceability thereof against subsequent owners, lessees and assignees.
(d) An application will not be deemed to be complete by the Commissioner until all information, papers and documents required as part of and in support of the application have been submitted in proper form, and the Commissioner may require that the application be supplied in sufficient copies. For the purpose of statutory limitations, the Commissioner shall acknowledge receipt of the completed application. The Commissioner shall notify the applicant and shall notify the chief executive officer of the town or municipality in which the proposed action is to take place of the pendency of the application thereof and may notify such other towns, municipalities, state agencies or persons as deemed appropriate.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 25-37d-1
Effective February 6, 1980; Amended September 6, 2006

State regulations are updated quarterly; we currently have two versions available. Below is a comparison between our most recent version and the prior quarterly release. More comparison features will be added as we have more versions to compare.

No prior version found.