Ch. 306 LAWS OF MARYLAND
developer shall submit another certificate stating that any
construction or development will be done according to the plan. A
subdivision developer shall obtain approval of the plan at the
time of approving and recording of the subdivision plat. In
addition to any other penalty provided in this subtitle, if a
developer violates his certificate, then every permit issued
pursuant to the certificate is void.
(b) A State, county, or municipal road, building, or
structure may not be constructed, relocated, or enlarged within
the Severn River Watershed until plans have been submitted to and
approved by the soil conservation district.
Notwithstanding present planning, zoning, or subdivision
controls, a permit may not be issued for grading or constructing
any building, unless the grading or constructing is pursuant to
any plan approved as provided in § [8-1208] 4-308.
When any stripping, grading, excavating, or filling is done,
the soil conservation district first shall approve the proposed
earth change before a grading permit is issued. Stripping,
grading, and constructing shall be done in accordance with the
recommendations of the soil conservation district to control
erosion and siltation. The Department of [Natural Resources] THE
ENVIRONMENT shall cooperate with and. assist the soil conservation
district to perform its responsibilities. The appropriate
department of Anne Arundel County or the City of Annapolis
promptly shall file a copy of the inspection reports with the
soil conservation district. On completion and compliance with
every condition set forth in the grading permit, the soil
conservation district shall be notified.
Any person who has the riparian right to use water in the
Severn River Watershed for agricultural purposes, may not lose
this right because the State or local government or any of their
units condemn his land.
(a) Any lien created in favor of a county or governmental
unit pursuant to this subtitle is effective against the person
against whose property the lien exists. However, the lien is not
effective against any third party unless written notice of the
lien is recorded and indexed in a permanent record maintained in
the office of the clerk of the circuit court in each county in
which the property subject to the lien or any part of it is
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