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Maryland Code, Land Use § 20-515

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The county or a unit of the county responsible for issuing grading permits shall place conditions on a grading permit issued under Subtitle 4, Division 3 of the Prince George's County Code (2007 Edition) if:

(1) the permit involves at least 10 acres of land in the county portion of the regional district;  and

(2) the county or the unit finds there is or would be an adverse effect, as a result of noise or traffic, on the safety, health, or welfare of the residents in the immediate area of the land that is the subject of the grading permit.

Cite this article: - Maryland Code, Land Use § 20-515 - last updated December 31, 2021 |

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