MODOC COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT
RULE 5.1 - GENERAL
(Amended January 15, 1989)
- The provisions of Chapter 8, Part 3 and Chapter 4, Part 4, Division 26 of the State of California Health and
Safety Code, are incorporated herein by this reference.
- This Regulation shall apply to all hearings before the Hearing Board. For the purposes of this Regulation,
the Hearing Officer shall be the Chairman or any other member of the Hearing Board so designated by the Hearing
- Request for a hearing shall be initiated by the filing of a petition with the Clerk of the Hearing Board and
the payment to said Clerk of the fee provided in Rule 3.1. No fee shall be required for the filing of a petition
by any public district or governmental agency.
- The Clerk of the Hearing Board shall not accept for filing any petition which does not comply with these rules
relating to the form, filing, and service of petitions.
- Any interested person may file an answer within ten days after service.
- The petitioner may withdraw his/her petition at any time before submission of the case to the Hearing Board,
without a hearing or meeting of the Hearing Board. The Clerk of the Hearing Board shall notify all interested persons
of such withdrawal.
- All hearings shall be held at the time and place designated by the Hearing Board.
- A record of all proceedings before the Hearing Board shall be made. The record shall be a written summary or
taped recording of all the evidence, testimony and proceedings presented at the hearing, made by a person designated
by the Hearing Board for that purpose. One copy of such transcript, shall be forwarded to the Control Officer.
- Preliminary matters such as setting a date for hearing, granting continuances, approving petitions for filing,
allowing amendments and other preliminary rulings not determinative of the merits of the case, may be made by the
Chairman or any three members of the Hearing Board without a hearing or meeting of the Hearing Board and without
- The Hearing Board may take official notice of any matter which may be judicially noticed by the courts of this
- The decision shall become effective fifteen days after delivering or mailing a copy of the decision, or the
Hearing Board may order that the decision shall become effective sooner.
- Whenever the members of the Hearing Board conducting any hearing deem it necessary to examine any person as
a witness at such hearing, the Chairman of the Hearing Board shall issue a subpoena, in proper form, commanding
such person to appear before it at a time and place specified, to be examined as a witness. The subpoena may require
such person to produce all books, papers, and documents in his/her possession or under his/her control to such