Ill. Admin. Code tit. 35, § 170.114 - Step 4 - Submission of Total Project Application

Current through Vol. 46, No. 16, April 15, 2022

The permit application shall incorporate each medium and phase of the overall project. If a series of applications is contemplated because of the phased nature of a project, where final design commitments may not be feasible for the latter phases at the same time that a permit application must be made for the initial phases, the applications may be staggered, provided that the project plan has adequately addressed the preliminary design considerations for each medium and phase.

a) Upon receipt of the project permit application, the Project Coordinator will transmit appropriate sections of the application to specific Divisions.
b) If one Division's application is incomplete then the total project application shall be deemed incomplete. However, the technical review of the application will continue for complete sections of the application.
c) After review by each Division, denials in the form of notices of incompleteness, if appropriate, shall be prepared and transmitted to the applicant within 30 days.
d) All resubmissions of applications will be handled in the same manner as the initial submissions.
e) During the Agency review period all applicant-Agency interaction will be through the Project Coordinator.
f) After completion of review of the total project application, if one Division denies its section of the application, then the total application will be denied.
g) When an application is denied, a meeting may be scheduled between the applicant and the Agency to discuss the denial.

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Ill. Admin. Code tit. 35, § 170.114

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