NORTHERN SIERRA AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
RULE 406 - COMPLETENESS OF APPPLICATION
(Adopted: September 11, 1991; Amended: May 11, 1994)
Within 30 days after receiving an application for Authority to Construct, the Air Pollution Control Officer shall advise the applicant in writing whether the application is complete. If an application is deemed incomplete, the Air Pollution Control Officer shall notify the applicant of the additional information requirements. Failure to notify the applicant in writing of the completeness of the application shall be deemed acceptance of the application as complete. If the applicant fails to submit such requested information, the Air Pollution Control Officer may deny the application. Upon resubmission of an application, a new 30 day review period shall commence. After the Air Pollution Control Officer accepts an application as complete, he shall not subsequently request of an applicant any new or additional information which was not specified in the application form and information list. While an application is being processed after being deemed complete, the Air Pollution Control Officer may require the applicant to clarify, amplify or supplement the information supplied.
For major sources subject to Title V of the Clean Air Act of 1990, subsection 5.1 of Rule 522 Title V - Federal Operating Permits applies to completeness reviews.