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Department of Environmental Quality
State Water Control Board
General Permit for Use of Surficial Aquifer on the Eastern Shore [9 VAC 25 ‑ 910]
Creation of a General Permit for Use of the Surficial Aquifer on the Eastern ...
Action 5341 / Stage 9195
Proposed Stage  
red ball Proposed Text 8/27/2021  1:05 pm  
pdf Agency Background Document 1/12/2021    
pdf Attorney General Certification 1/13/2021    
pdf DPB Economic Impact Analysis 2/23/2021    
pdf Agency Response to EIA 8/3/2021    
red ball Governor's Review Memo 7/22/2021   

Attorney General Review Submitted to OAG: 1/13/2021
Review Completed: 1/13/2021
Result: Certified
DPB Review
Submitted on 1/13/2021
Review Completed: 2/27/2021
Secretary Review Secretary of Natural and Historic Resources Review Completed: 5/4/2021
Governor's Review Governor Review Completed: 7/22/2021
Result: Approved
Virginia Registrar Submitted on 8/3/2021
The Virginia Register of Regulations
Publication Date: 8/30/2021    Volume: 38  Issue: 1
Comment Period Ended 10/29/2021
Contact Information
Name / Title: Eric Seavey 
Address: 1111 East Main Street, Suite 1400
P.O. Box 1105
Richmond, VA 23218
Email Address:
Telephone: (804)754-6250    FAX: ()-    TDD: ()-
This person is the primary contact for this chapter.


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Action 5341:
Creation of a General Permit for Use of the Surficial Aquifer on the Eastern Shore
Stages associated with this regulatory action.
Stage Type Status
NOIRA   (8695) Stage complete. Comment period ended 01/06/2020.
Proposed   (9195) Stage complete. Comment period ended 10/29/2021.
Final   (9524) Stage complete. This regulation became effective on 12/21/2022.
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