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Entering Injunctive Relief (IR) when the value supports more than one National / Regional / Core Priorities selected on the Final Order Screen. (04.10.2012)

Entering Injunctive Relief (IR) when the value supports more than one National / Regional / Core Priorities selected on the Final Order Screen. 

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There are two options for allocating IR values to multiple priorities

1. Priorities are mutually exclusive and when added together provide the total IR value for the enforcement action

2. Priorities are not mutually exclusive and overlap 100%.

For example: a geographic initiative such as Chesapeake Bay and the CAFO initiative.  

 

Example 1: Case 05-2005-0324, this case supports both “CSO >= 50K serv pop’n” and “SSOs >= 10 mg/d and < 100 mg/d”.  The IR can be split with no overlap between the two priorities.  Unique values are entered for each initiative and can be added together for the total IR value.

 

CSO >= 50K serv pop’n                              $46,000,000.00

SSOs >= 10 mg/d and < 100 mg/d                        $54,000,000.00

Total Injunctive Relief                                             $100,000,000.00

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Example 2: Case 03-2012-0021, this case supports both the “CAFO” and “Chesapeake Bay” priorities. The priorities overlap 100%.  The full amount of IR applies 100% to both priorities.  Enter the full (100%) IR value to the National Priority.  

National Priority:  CAFO                                                             $50.00

Regional Priorities: Chesapeake Bay Water Shed   $00.00

Total Injunctive Relief                                                         $50.00

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Through reporting the total IR value ($50.00) for the record will be associated with each unique priority and will not be added together.

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