Reprinted

March 4, 2003





SENATE BILL No. 491

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DIGEST OF SB 491 (Updated March 3, 2003 5:14 PM - DI 52)



Citations Affected: IC 13-11; IC 13-14; IC 13-18; noncode.

Synopsis: Wetlands. Establishes a program for the issuance of permits for filling, dredging, or excavating certain wetlands.

Effective: Upon passage.





Gard, Hume, Riegsecker




    January 23, 2003, read first time and referred to Committee on Environmental Affairs.
    February 25, 2003, amended, reported favorably _ Do Pass.
    March 3, 2003, read second time, amended, ordered engrossed.





Reprinted

March 4, 2003

First Regular Session 113th General Assembly (2003)


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SENATE BILL No. 491



    A BILL FOR AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning environmental law.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana:

    SECTION 1. IC 13-11-2-25.8 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 25.8. For purposes of IC 13-18:
        (1) "Class I wetland" means an isolated wetland described by one (1) or both of the following:
            (A) At least fifty percent (50%) of the wetland has been substantially disturbed or affected by human activity or development by one (1) or more of the following:
                (i) Removal or replacement of the natural vegetation.
                (ii) Disturbance or modification of the natural hydrology.
            (B) The wetland supports minimal wildlife habitat or hydrologic function because the wetland:
                (i) does not provide critical habitat for threatened or endangered species listed in accordance with the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1531 et seq.);


                (ii) is typified by low species diversity;
                (iii) contains greater than fifty percent (50%) aerial coverage of non-native invasive species;
                (iv) does not support significant habitat or wildlife uses; or
                (v) does not possess significant hydrologic function;
        (2) "Class II wetland" means:
            (A) an isolated wetland that is not a Class I or Class III wetland; or
            (B) a type of wetland listed in subdivision (3)(B) that would meet the definition of Class I wetland if the wetland were not a rare or ecologically important type; and
        (3) "Class III wetland" means an isolated wetland:
            (A) that is located in a setting undisturbed or minimally disturbed by human activity or development; or
            (B) unless classified as a Class II wetland under subdivision (2)(B), that is of one (1) of the following rare and ecologically important types:
                (i) Acid bog.
                (ii) Acid seep.
                (iii) Circumneutral bog.
                (iv) Circumneutral seep.
                (v) Cypress swamp.
                (vi) Dune and swale.
                (vii) Fen.
                (viii) Forested fen.
                (ix) Forested swamp.
                (x) Marl beach.
                (xi) Muck flat.
                (xii) Panne.
                (xiii) Sand flat.
                (xiv) Sedge meadow.
                (xv) Shrub swamp.
                (xvi) Sinkhole pond.
                (xvii) Sinkhole swamp.
                (xviii) Wet floodplain forest.
                (xix) Wet prairie.
                (xx) Wet sand prairie.

    SECTION 2. IC 13-11-2-29 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 29. "Clean Water Act", for purposes of this chapter, IC 13-18-13, IC 13-18-22, and IC 13-18-24, refers to:
        (1) 33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq.; and
        (2) regulations adopted under 33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq.
    SECTION 3. IC 13-11-2-36.3 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 36.3. "Compensatory mitigation", for purposes of IC 13-18-22, means the:
        (1) restoration; or
        (2) creation;
of wetlands to offset or compensate for a loss of wetlands resulting from an authorized wetland activity. Wetlands enlargement, enhancement, and preservation may be considered compensatory mitigation on a case-by-case basis, particularly for Class III wetlands.

    SECTION 4. IC 13-11-2-74.5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 74.5. (a) "Exempt isolated wetland", for purposes of IC 13-18, means an isolated wetland that:
        (1) is a voluntarily created wetland unless:
            (A) the wetland is approved by the department for compensatory mitigation purposes in accordance with a permit issued under:
                (i) IC 13-18-22; or
                (ii) Section 404 of the Clean Water Act;
            (B) the wetland is reclassified as a state regulated wetland under IC 13-18-22-6(c);
            (C) the owner of the wetland declares, by a written instrument:
                (i) recorded in the office of the recorder of the county or counties in which the wetland is located; and
                (ii) filed with the department;
            that the wetland is to be considered in all respects to be a state regulated wetland;
        (2) exists as an incidental feature in or on:
            (A) a residential lawn;
            (B) a lawn or landscaped area of a commercial or governmental complex;
            (C) agricultural land;
            (D) a roadside ditch;
            (E) an irrigation ditch; or
            (F) a manmade drainage control structure;
        (3) is a fringe wetland associated with a private pond;
        (4) is, or is associated with, a manmade body of surface water of any size created by:
            (A) excavating;
            (B) diking; or
            (C) excavating and diking;
        dry land to collect and retain water for or incidental to agricultural, commercial, industrial, or aesthetic purposes;
        (5) subject to subsection (b), is a Class I wetland with a delineated area of one-fourth (1/4) acre or less;
        (6) subject to subsection (c), is a Class II wetland with a delineated area of one-tenth (1/10) acre or less;
        (7) is located on land:

             (A) subject to regulation under the United States Department of Agriculture wetland conservation rules, also known as Swampbuster, because of voluntary enrollment in a federal farm program; and
            (B) used for agricultural or associated purposes allowed under the rules referred to in clause (A); or
        (8) is constructed for reduction or control of pollution.
    (b) A Class I wetland is an exempt isolated wetland under subsection (a)(5) only to the extent that the sum of:
        (1) the acreage of the isolated wetland; and
        (2) the combined acreage on the tract of all other exempt isolated wetlands
under subsection (a)(5);
does not exceed two (2) acre.

     (c) A Class II wetland is an exempt isolated wetland under subsection (a)(6) only to the extent that the sum of:
        (1) the acreage of the isolated wetland; and
        (2) the combined acreage on the tract of all other exempt isolated wetlands
under subsection (a)(6);
does not exceed one (1) acre.

    SECTION 5. IC 13-11-2-112.5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 112.5. "Isolated wetland", for purposes of IC 13-18, is a wetland that is not subject to regulation under Section 404(a) of the Clean Water Act.
    SECTION 6. IC 13-11-2-166.5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 166.5. "Pond", for purposes of IC 13-18:
        (1) means:
            (A) a natural surface water that is smaller than ten (10)

acres; or
            (B) a manmade body of surface water of any size created by:
                (i) excavating;
                (ii) diking; or
                (iii) excavating and diking;
            dry land to collect and retain water for or incidental to agricultural, commercial, industrial, or aesthetic purposes; and
        (2) includes water in saturated soils associated with the body of water.

    SECTION 7. IC 13-11-2-221.5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 221.5. "State regulated wetland", for purposes of IC 13-18, means an isolated wetland located in Indiana that is not an exempt isolated wetland.
    SECTION 8. IC 13-11-2-233.5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 233.5. "Tract", for purposes of this chapter, means any area of land that is under common ownership and is contained within a continuous border.
    SECTION 9. IC 13-11-2-245.5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 245.5. "Voluntarily created wetland", for purposes of this chapter, means an isolated wetland that:
        (1) was restored or created in the absence of a governmental order, directive, or regulatory requirement concerning the restoration or creation of the wetland; and
        (2) has not been applied for or used as compensatory mitigation or another regulatory purpose that would have the effect of subjecting the wetland to regulation as waters by:
            (A) the department; or
            (B) another governmental entity.

    SECTION 10. IC 13-11-2-265, AS AMENDED BY P.L.183-2002, SECTION 1, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 265. (a) "Waters", for purposes of water pollution control laws and environmental management laws, means:
        (1) the accumulations of water, surface and underground, natural and artificial, public and private; or
        (2) a part of the accumulations of water;
that are wholly or partially within, flow through, or border upon

Indiana.
    (b) The term "waters" does not include:
         (1) an exempt isolated wetland;
        (2)
a private pond; or
         (3) an off-stream pond, reservoir, wetland, or other facility built for reduction or control of pollution or cooling of water before discharge. unless the discharge from the pond, reservoir, or facility causes or threatens to cause water pollution.
    SECTION 11. IC 13-11-2-265.6 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 265.6. "Wetland activity", for purposes of IC 13-18-22, means the:
        (1) filling;
        (2) dredging; or
        (3) excavating;
of an isolated wetland.

    SECTION 12. IC 13-11-2-265.7 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 265.7. "Wetlands", for purposes of IC 13-18, means areas that are inundated or saturated by surface or ground water at a frequency and duration sufficient to support, and that under normal circumstances do support, a prevalence of vegetation typically adapted for life in saturated soil conditions. Wetlands generally include:
        (1) swamps;
        (2) marshes;
        (3) bogs; and
        (4) similar areas.

    SECTION 13. IC 13-14-9-3 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 3. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), the department shall provide notice in the Indiana Register of the first public comment period required by section 2 of this chapter. A notice provided under this section must do the following:
        (1) Identify the authority under which the proposed rule is to be adopted.
        (2) Describe the subject matter and the basic purpose of the proposed rule. The description required by this subdivision must include a listing of all alternatives being considered by the department at the time of the notice and must set forth the basis for each alternative.
        (3) Describe the relevant statutory or regulatory requirements or

restrictions relating to the subject matter of the proposed rule that exist before the adoption of the proposed rule.
        (4) Request the submission of alternative ways to achieve the purpose of the proposed rule.
        (5) Request the submission of comments, including suggestions of specific language for the proposed rule.
        (6) Include a detailed statement of the issue to be addressed by adoption of the proposed rule.
    (b) This section does not apply to rules adopted under IC 13-18-22-2 or IC 13-18-22-3.

    SECTION 14. IC 13-18-22 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW CHAPTER TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]:
    Chapter 22. State Regulated Wetlands
    Sec. 1. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), a person proposing a wetland activity in a state regulated wetland must obtain a permit under this chapter to authorize the wetland activity.
    (b) A permit is not required for the following wetland activities:
        (1) The discharge of dirt, sand, rock, stone, concrete, or other inert fill materials in:
            (A) an amount less than twenty (20) cubic yards; or
            (B) an area less than one-tenth (1/10) acre in a single state regulated wetland.
        (2) A wetland activity at a surface coal mine for which the department of natural resources has approved a plan to:
            (A) minimize, to the extent practical using best technology currently available, disturbances and adverse effects on fish and wildlife;
            (B) otherwise effectuate environmental values; and
            (C) enhance those values where practicable.
        (3) Any activity listed under Section 404(f) of the Clean Water Act, including:

             (A) normal farming, silviculture, and ranching activities, such as plowing, seeding, cultivating, minor drainage, harvesting for the production of food, fiber, and forest products, or upland soil and water conservation practices;
            (B) maintenance, including emergency reconstruction of recently damaged parts, of currently serviceable structures such as dikes, dams, levees, groins, riprap, breakwaters, causeways, and bridge abutments or approaches, and transportation structures;


            (C) construction or maintenance of farm or stock ponds or irrigation ditches, or the maintenance of drainage ditches;
            (D) construction of temporary sedimentation basins on a construction site that does not include placement of fill material into the navigable waters; and
            (E) construction or maintenance of farm roads or forest roads, or temporary roads for moving mining equipment, where the roads are constructed and maintained, in accordance with best management practices, to assure that:
                (i) flow and circulation patterns and chemical and biological characteristics of the navigable waters are not impaired;
                (ii) the reach of the navigable waters is not reduced; and
                (iii) any adverse effect on the aquatic environment will be otherwise minimized.
    (c) The goal of the permitting program for wetland activities in state regulated wetlands is to:
        (1) promote a net gain in high quality isolated wetlands; and
        (2) assure that compensatory mitigation will offset the loss of isolated wetlands allowed by the permitting program.

     Sec. 2. (a) The board shall adopt rules under IC 4-22-2 and IC 13-14 not later than February 1, 2004, to implement the definitions of Class I, II, and III wetlands in IC 13-11-2-25.8.
    (b) Before the adoption of rules by the board under subsection (a), the department shall determine the class of a wetland in a manner consistent with the definitions of Class I, II, and III wetlands in IC 13-11-2-25.8.
    Sec. 3. (a) An individual permit is required to authorize a wetland activity in a Class III wetland.
    (b) Except as provided in section 4(a) of this chapter, an individual permit is required to authorize a wetland activity in a Class II wetland.
    (c) The board shall adopt rules under IC 4-22-2 and IC 13-14 not later than June 1, 2004, to govern the issuance of individual permits by the department under subsections (a) and (b).
    Sec. 4. (a) A general permit is authorized for wetland activities with minimal impact in Class II wetlands, including the activities authorized by the nationwide permit program (as published in 67 Fed. Reg. 2077-2089 (2002)).
    (b) A general permit is authorized for wetland activities in Class I wetlands.

     (c) The board shall adopt rules under IC 4-22-2 and IC 13-14 not later than February 1, 2004, to establish and implement the general permits authorized in subsections (a) and (b).
    Sec. 5. (a) The rules adopted under section 4 of this chapter:
        (1) must require that the applicant for an individual permit under section 3 of this chapter demonstrate, as a prerequisite to the issuance of the permit, that wetland activity:
            (A) is reasonably necessary or appropriate to achieve a legitimate use proposed by the applicant on the property on which the wetland is located; and
            (B) is without practical alternative and will be accompanied by taking steps that are practicable and appropriate to minimize potential adverse impacts of the discharge on the aquatic ecosystem of the wetland;
        (2) except as provided in subsection (c), must establish that compensatory mitigation will be provided as set forth in section 6 of this chapter to reasonably offset the loss of wetlands allowed by the permits; and
        (3) may prescribe additional conditions that are reasonable and necessary to carry out the purposes of this chapter.
    (b) The rules adopted under section 4 of this chapter must require, as a prerequisite to the applicability of the general permit by rule to a specific wetland activity, that the person proposing the discharge submit to the department a notice of intent to be covered by the general permit by rule that:
        (1) identifies the wetlands to be impacted by the wetland activity; and
        (2) except as provided in subsection (c), provides a compensatory mitigation plan as set forth in section 6 of this chapter to reasonably offset the loss of wetlands allowed by the general permit.
    (c) Under subsections (a) and (b), the rules adopted under section 4 of this chapter may provide for exceptions to compensatory mitigation in specific, limited circumstances.

     (d) For purposes of subsection (a)(1)(A):
        (1) a resolution of the executive of the county or municipality in which the wetland is located; or
        (2) a permit or other approval from a local government entity having authority over the proposed use of the property on which the wetland is located;
that includes a specific finding that the wetland activity is reasonably necessary or appropriate to achieve the intended use of

the property is considered conclusive evidence of that fact.
    Sec. 6. (a) Except as otherwise specified in subsection (b), compensatory mitigation shall be provided in accordance with the following table:
Wetland    On-site    Off-site    Off-site    Replacement
Class        Ratio    Ratio    Location    Class
Class I        1.5 to 1    1.5 to 1    Within the    Class II or III
                eight (8) digit
                U.S. Geological
                Service hydrologic
                unit code
Class II    1.5 to 1    2 to 1    Within the    Class II or III
        Non-    Non-    eight (8) digit
        forested    forested    U.S. Geological
        2 to 1    2.5 to 1    Service hydrologic
        Forested    Forested    unit code
Class III    2 to 1    2.5 to 1    Within the    Class III
        Non-    Non-    eight (8) digit
        forested    forested    U.S. Geological
        2.5 to 1    3 to 1    Service hydrologic
        Forested    Forested    unit code
    (b) The compensatory mitigation ratio shall be lowered to one to one (1:1) if the compensatory mitigation is completed before the initiation of the wetland activity.

     (c) Exempt isolated wetlands may be used to provide compensatory mitigation for wetlands activities in state regulated wetlands. An exempt isolated wetland that is used to provide compensatory mitigation becomes a state regulated wetland.
    Sec. 7. (a) The department shall:
        (1) administer the permit programs established by this chapter; and
        (2) review and issue decisions on applications for permits to undertake wetland activities in state regulated wetlands in accordance with the rules issued by the board under this chapter.
     (b) Before the adoption of rules by the board under this chapter, the department shall:
        (1) issue individual permits under this chapter consistent with the general purpose of this chapter; and
        (2) for wetland activities in Class I wetlands, issue permits under this subsection:
            (A) that are simple, streamlined, and uniform;


            (B) that do not require development of site specific provisions; and
            (C) promptly upon submission by the applicant to the department of a notice of registration for a permit.
    (c) Not later than June 1, 2003, the department shall make available to the public:
        (1) a form for use in applying for a permit under subsection (b)(1); and
        (2) a form for use in submitting a notice of registration for a permit to undertake a wetland activity in a Class I wetland under subsection (b)(2).
    Sec. 8. (a) The department shall make a decision on an application for an individual permit under section 3 or 7(b)(1) of this chapter not later than one hundred twenty (120) days after receipt of the application. If the department fails to issue a decision on a permit application by that deadline, a permit is considered to have been issued by the department in accordance with the application.
    (b) Except as provided in subsection (d), a general permit under section 4 of this chapter is considered to have been issued to an applicant on the thirty-first day after the department receives a notice of intent of the permit if the department has not previously authorized the wetland activity.
    (c) Except as provided in subsection (d), a permit to undertake a wetland activity in a Class I wetland under section 7(b)(2) of this chapter is considered to have been issued to an applicant on the thirty-first day after the department receives a notice of registration submitted under section 7(b)(2) of this chapter if the department has not previously authorized the wetland activity.
    (d) The department may deny a registration for a permit under subsection (b) or (c) before the period specified in subsection (b) or (c) expires.
    (e) The department must support a denial under subsection (a), (b), or (c) by a written statement of reasons.
    Sec. 9. (a) The owner of a Class III wetland may petition the board for designation of the wetland as an outstanding state protected wetland. Upon verification by the board that the wetland is a Class III wetland and that the petitioner is the owner of the wetland, the board shall conduct a proceeding under IC 4-22-2 and IC 13-14 to adopt a rule designating the wetland as an outstanding state protected wetland.
    (b) A rule adopted by the board under subsection (a) must

specifically identify each wetland to be designated as an outstanding state protected wetland, including:
        (1) the wetland type;
        (2) a legal description of the wetland as delineated; and
        (3) other information considered necessary by the board.
    (c) The owner of a Class III wetland designated as an outstanding state protected wetland under this section shall:
        (1) not cause or allow any anthropogenic activities on the property on which the wetland is located that may adversely affect or degrade the wetland, except for activities
with minimal and short term effect, such as construction of an observation pathway or installation of an underground pipeline that are:
            (A) authorized by rules adopted by the board; or
            (B) approved by the department in the absence of rules under clause (A); and
        (2) provide for the long term assurance of the protections described in subdivision (1) through:
            (A) a restrictive covenant that is recorded with respect to the property on which the delineated wetland is located; or
            (B) a grant of title to or a conservation easement in the property on which the delineated wetland is located to:
                (i) the department of natural resources; or
                (ii) a nonprofit entity with demonstrated ability in the maintenance and protection of wetlands.
    (d) Notwithstanding the designation of a wetland under this section by the board as an outstanding state protected wetland, the owner of a Class III wetland may petition the board for rescission of the designation if the owner can demonstrate important social or economic needs that warrant adverse effects to the wetland. In its review of the petition, the board shall give great weight to a resolution of the legislative body of the municipality or county in which the Class III wetland is located describing important social or economic needs, the accomplishment of which would necessitate adverse effects to the wetland.

    Sec. 10. The department has no authority over the:
        (1) filling;
        (2) draining; or
        (3) elimination by other means;
before January 1, 2003, of a wetland that would have been an isolated wetland.

     Sec. 11. When land referred to in IC 13-11-2-74.5(a)(7) is no

longer subject to United States Department of Agriculture wetland conservation rules:
        (1) isolated wetlands located on the land are subject to this chapter; and
        (2) any past wetland activities in the isolated wetlands located on the land become subject to this chapter, unless the wetland activities were in compliance with United States Department of Agriculture wetland conservation rules.

    SECTION 15. IC 13-18-24 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW CHAPTER TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]:
     Chapter 24. Department Action on Certification Applications
    Sec. 1. (a) The department shall:
        (1) make a final determination on an application for a certification under Section 401 of the Clean Water Act not later than one hundred twenty (120) days after its receipt of a complete application; and
        (2) include in its notice of the final determination to the applicant a statement of reasons for the final determination.
    (b) A failure by the department to act within the period specified in subsection (a)(1) constitutes a waiver of the certification.

    SECTION 16. [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE] (a) The environmental quality service council shall do the following:
        (1) Monitor the implementation of this act.
        (2) Review the role of the department of environmental management with respect to action on requests under Section 401 of the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C 1341) for certifications concerning projects subject to permit requirements under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. 1344), and recommend whether statutory direction is appropriate or necessary in defining that role.
        (3) Complete its consideration of the options for statutory definition of "private pond" as used in the definition of "waters" in IC 13-11-2-265, as amended by this act, and:
            (A) recommend an option; and
            (B) include with the recommendation a statement of rationale for the recommendation.
        (4) Evaluate the tensions between existing programs for wetlands protection and for local drainage and recommend principles and policies for ameliorating those tensions, taking into consideration the rationale and objectives for both

programs.
        (5) Submit its final report on the matters described in subdivisions (1) through (4) before November 1, 2003, to:
            (A) the governor; and
            (B) the executive director of the legislative services agency.
    (b) The environmental quality service council shall:
        (1) conduct an ongoing evaluation of the implementation of the permit program for state regulated wetlands under IC 13-18-22, as added by this act.
        (2) recommend any adjustments to the program referred to in subdivision (1) that are considered advisable to improve the operation and effectiveness of the program, consistent with the purpose of providing an efficient permitting process and enhancing the attainment of an overall goal of no net loss of state regulated wetlands; and
        (3) submit its final report on the matters described in subdivisions (1) and (2) before November 1, 2005, to:
            (A) the governor; and
            (B) the executive director of the legislative services agency.
    (c) This SECTION expires January 1, 2006.

    SECTION 17. An emergency is declared for this act.



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