SHASTA COUNTY AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

RULE 2:16 - CONDITIONAL APPROVAL
(Amended 2-28-77)

As a continuing condition of each permit, the permittee shall be required to provide any or all information required by the APCO, as stated in Section 42303 California Health and Safety Code. Upon a willful failure of the permittee to provide such information within a reasonable time, the APCO may suspend the permit pursuant to the provisions of Section 42304.

Any such permit may be conditioned in any manner which the APCO may reasonably require, including but not limited to functioning in a specified manner and under specified conditions.

No permit shall be issued that purports to permit a condition violative of any provision of Rule 3. The existence of any permit shall not be a defense to any allegation of a violation of Rule 3. (Amended 2-28-77)

  1. The APCO may issue an Authority to Construct or a Permit to Operate subject to conditions that will bring the operation of any article, machines, equipment, or other contrivance within the standards of Rule 3, in which case the conditions shall be specified in writing.

    Commencing work under such an Authority to Construct or operation under such a Permit to Operate shall be deemed acceptance of all the conditions so specified.

    The APCO shall issue an Authority to Construct or a Permit to Operate with revised conditions upon receipt of a new application if the applicant provides reasonable assurance that the article, machine, equipment, or other contrivance can operate within the standards of Rule 3 under the revised conditions.

  2. The APCO may issue a Permit to Sell or Rent subject to conditions that will bring the operation of any article, machines, equipment, or other contrivance within the standards of Rule 3, in which case the conditions shall be specified in writing.

    Selling or renting under such a permit to sell or rent shall be deemed acceptance of all the conditions so specified. The APCO shall issue a permit to sell or rent with revised conditions upon receipt of a new application if the applicant demonstrates that the article, machine, equipment, or other contrivance can operate within the standards of Rule 3 under the revised conditions.