Environmental Notice Bulletin Guidance
Permit/Certification Number: This
field is a number assigned by the program specifically to this permit action.
For some programs this number is unique
to the activity, for others it is facility based. This is the primary number
that the program uses to access files and other documents. When requesting
application information it is important to reference this number.
Program: This field is the name of
the program responsible for issuing the permit or certificate.
Applicant Name: This field is the name on the application
form and may be the landowner, operator or project name. Typically, this
is the person
that is legally responsible for the permit or certification after it
Project Number: Also known as Project Identification
Number, or PIN. This number is assigned to a project or activity and is used
by all programs as
an identifier on permits or files for the project or activity. This number
is used by the Bulletin program to sort applications, thereby showing all
the programs that are currently considering applications for a given project.
Description: This field provides an abbreviated description of the
project or activity that the permit or certification application references.
It may include a project name.
Project Location: This field includes
a street or road address for the project. Whenever available this address
will be an E911 address.
Contact: This is the program staff person directly
responsible for the review of the application. This is the best person to
contact for additional information
about the application’s status. In addition this individual can provide
project specific information on how to request a public hearing or meeting,
and how to participate in the public process. If a hearing or meeting has already
been scheduled, the contact person is the best source of information on meeting
location and dates. The phone number and email address are provided to facilitate
contacting the person.
Status: This phrase briefly describes where the application
is in the review process. Typical program entries include: Application under
information or Technical information requested; Application noticed for comment;
Draft permit issued; Draft permit on notice; and Final permit issued. “Awaiting
information or Technical information requested” means that the program
staff has reviewed the application and determined that additional information
is needed to achieve a complete application. The applicant or their representative
has been requested to submit that information.
Important dates: These are key dates of application review
process steps. Actions that may show corresponding dates include: Application
technically complete; Application comment period (where applicable); Draft
permit comment period; Public meeting date; Final Action; and Appeal Period
end date. The ENB automatically calculates when the appeal period ends
based on the final issuance date.
OTHER APPLICATION INFORMATION
There are currently three links to other sources of information
related to the permit type. The program’s division name links to the main division
web page. This page provides information about all the divisions’ programs,
information and services. The program name links to the specific program
information within the division web page. The permit handbook sheet
links to more program
specific information. The latter two sites will give information about
the specific program including access to application forms and general
of how to request hearings and meetings. Additional information specific
to the project application is best requested directly from the staff