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I was digging a pond on my property in PA. I was ordered to

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I was digging a pond on my property in PA. I was ordered to stop and told I will be penalized and have to form a restoration plan to replace the hole I dug. The land was listed as agricultural on the farm service maps and all the surrounding land was corn and hay in 2006. I was told I would need a permit, because they considered it a wetlands. I asked about a permit and the DEP told me that if it was a development he would consider it, but not as my own private property. I need some information and possibly representation in the near future.
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Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  N Cal Attorney replied 5 years ago.
The permit has to come from the Army Corps of Engineers, under section 404 of the Clean Water Act.

I believe the application form is this:

PA has 3 different ACE districts, see
click PA then click the part of the State that you are in and you should be directed to the proper district office.

For example, if you click central PA you are directed to

I hope this information is helpful.

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