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Water Code - Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation

Water Code - Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation

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STATUTES of the CONFEDERATED TRIBES of the UMATILLA INDIAN RESERVATION As Amended Through Resolution No. 05-027 (March 7, 2005) c. The monitoring program tasks; who is responsible for those tasks; and the timeline for those tasks; d. Sampling methods that will be employed; e. Quality assurance and quality control procedures; f. Protocol for how and by whom data will be handled, stored and made available for review; g. Analytical methods used; h. How the information that is collected will be used to improve the effectiveness of the overall Water Quality Management Plan; and i. Funding. 8. Public Involvement Plan. The WQMP will be developed with input from the Tribal membership, Tribal staff, reservation residents, affected parties, interested agencies and others in an effort to maximize the success of the plan. It is the responsibility of the Water Commission to determine the appropriate level of public involvement. 9. Maintenance Over Time. The WQMP will have a strategy for maintenance over time resulting in water quality improvements in the long term, a demonstration of an ongoing commitment to the long-range plan implementation and how this will be assured over the lifetime of the plan. The commitments to ongoing implementation shall also be reflected in the number of the WQMP elements and the responsible parties for fulfilling these requirements. 10. Costs and Funding. a. Identification of potential and realistic costs associated with the implementation of the Water Quality Management Plan; b. Committed funding sources which will support implementation of the plan during the first three years; c. Potential funding sources for the support of the plan in the long term. C. Approval. The WQMP, and any updates or modifications, shall become effective when approved by the Water Commission. D. Updates. The WQMP shall be updated as needed to reflect changing water quality conditions, results of implementation actions, new or revised policies, or new requirements. E. Consistency. 1. All permits issued under this Code will be consistent with the Water Quality Management Plan. 2. The Water Quality Management Plan will be developed so as to be consistent with the provisions of this Code, and all applicable Tribal law and regulations. WATER CODE PAGE 43

CHAPTER 4. SECTION 4.01. STATUTES of the CONFEDERATED TRIBES of the UMATILLA INDIAN RESERVATION As Amended Through Resolution No. 05-027 (March 7, 2005) STREAM ZONE ALTERATIONS AREA OF APPLICATION This chapter applies to any person conducting construction or earth-moving work, debris placement or removal, or vegetation removal or modification within the named Stream Zones within the external boundaries of the Umatilla Indian Reservation as named below. A. Any intermittent or perennial stream, lake, pond, spring, or any naturally occurring water body located in the G-1, Big Game Winter Grazing Zone, or the F-2, Restricted Indian Forest Zone, as described in the Umatilla Indian Reservation Land Development Code of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. B. Mid-Umatilla River Drainage. 1. Main-stem Umatilla River 2. Spring Creek, 3. Mission Creek, 4. Cottonwood Creek, 5. Moonshine Creek, 6. Coonskin Creek, 7. Buckaroo Creek, 8. Squaw Creek, and 9. Meacham Creek. C. Wildhorse Creek Drainage. 1. Main-stem Wildhorse Creek, 2. Eagle Creek, and 3. Spring Hollow Creek. D. McKay Creek Drainage. 1. Main-stem McKay Creek, 2. South Fork McKay Creek, 3. North Fork McKay Creek, and 4. Spring Hollow Creek. E. Tutuilla Creek Drainage. 1. Tutuilla Creek, 2. North Coyote Creek, 3. South Coyote Creek, WATER CODE PAGE 44

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