SAN DIEGO COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 1417 - PENDENCY AND CANCELLATION OF APPLICATIONS
(Adopted 1/18/94: Revised 3/7/95)

(a) Pendency and Application Shield

An application for a permit to operate filed pursuant to this regulation shall remain pending until it is approved, denied or canceled by the Air Pollution Control Officer, or withdrawn by the applicant pursuant to the time limits required by Rule 1418. Except as otherwise specified in Rule 1410(a), the application shield (for permit issuance and renewal) provided by Rule 1410(a) shall remain in effect from the time an application is determined to be or is deemed to be complete until an application is approved, denied, canceled or withdrawn pursuant to the time limits specified in Rule 1418.

(b) Effect of Denial or Cancellation of Required Permit to Operate

Denial or cancellation of an application filed pursuant to this regulation is a final permit action, which may affect existing permits to operate.

(c) Failure to Provide Additional Information

An application for an initial, modified or renewed permit to operate may be canceled if the Air Pollution Control Officer requests additional information necessary to complete evaluation of the application and the applicant fails to furnish the information within six months after the request.

(d) Delivery of Notice of Cancellation

Notice of any cancellation action taken pursuant to this regulation shall be deemed to have been given when written notification has been delivered to the applicant or a designated representative.