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For projects intended near waterways, Montana also provides a joint application process rather than applying for each individual permit. See the joint permitting [http://dnrc.mt.gov/Permits/StreamPermitting/JointApplication.asp webpage].
==6-MT-d.1 - Is the development in a Special Flood Hazard Area==
Special Flood Hazard Areas can be determined in consultation with local planning commissions. See [http://www.lincolncountymt.us/em/floodmaps.html Lincoln County] for examples of SFHA maps.
==6-MT-d.2 - Floodplain Development Permit==
Floodplain Development Permits are available from the local floodplain administrator a local official designated by the City or County government.
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==6-MT-d.3 - Will the project cause a short-term violation of the turbidity standard==
Any person, agency, or entity, both public and private, initiating construction activity that will cause short term or temporary violations of state surface water quality standards for turbidity must apply for 318 Authorization.
Turbidity is a principal physical characteristic of water and is an expression of the optical
property that causes light to be scattered and absorbed by particles and molecules rather
than transmitted in straight lines through a water sample. It is caused by suspended matter
or impurities that interfere with the clarity of the water. These impurities may include
clay, silt, finely divided inorganic and organic matter, soluble colored organic compounds,
and plankton and other microscopic organisms.
See EPA's [http://www.epa.gov/ogwdw/mdbp/pdf/turbidity/chap_07.pdf definition] of turbidity.
==6-MT-d.4 - Short-term Water Quality Standard for Turbidity (318 Authorization)==
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==6-MT-d.5 - No permit needed; Continue with project==
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