If you don't want an actual copy of the application, but just want to see if something is permitted, you can use the e-facts database as well. Its not exactly intuitive, but if you play around for little while, you can find what you're looking for. Go to the DEP site, go under a to z programs, and look for e-facts under "e"
I am listed on their system to receive info on permit status in Wayne County, but I thought that DEP would have a way to look at a county map, click on a site and find out info about it. I have blundered through their system and found out sites. I guess I just gave them more credit than I should have for having accessible information.
By the way, it appears that some people in Wayne County do not appreciate your input.
I was having the same problem and actually called the Pittsburgh office. I want information on permits in Washington Co. They told me that the DEP does not organize or keep records in this fashion. They also told me that if I wanted information on permits that I needed the permit numbers and needed to call and make an appointment to examine the premits. I find this hard to beleive in today technologial environment.
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