SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT
RULE 214 - NOTIFICATION
(Adopted 11/5/91; Revised 8/10/93)
This Rule specifies the cases in which notification shall be provided of the Air Pollution Control Officer's
preliminary decision to grant or deny an Authority to Construct, or issue a Certificate of Emission Reduction Credit.
In addition, this Rule specifies the process by which such notification shall be made.
- The Air Pollution Control Officer (APCO) shall publish a notice, as specified in subsection B.3, of any preliminary
decision to grant or deny an Authority to Construct for any new, replacement, modified, or relocated emissions
unit where the increase in the potential to emit would exceed the limits in Table B-1.
|Nitrogen Oxides (NOx)
|Reactive Organic Gases (ROG)
|Sulfur Oxides (SOx)
|Particulate Matter (PM-10)
- The APCO shall publish a notice, as specified in subsection B.3, of any preliminary decision to certify emission
reduction credits where the amount of such credit would exceed any of the limits specified in Table B-1.
- Any notice of a preliminary decision required to be published pursuant to subsections B.1 or B.2 shall:
a. Be published in at least one newspaper of general circulation in San Luis Obispo County, by no later than
10 days after such preliminary decision.
b. Include the location where the public may inspect the information required to be made available pursuant
to subsection B.4.
c. Provide at least 30 days from the date of publication for the public to submit written comments regarding
such preliminary decision.
- The APCO shall, by no later than the date of publication, make available for public inspection at the District
office the information submitted by the applicant and the APCO's supporting analysis for any preliminary decision
subject to the notification requirements of subsections B.1 or B.2. Information which contains trade secrets shall
be handled in accordance with Rule 112 of these Rules.
- The APCO shall, by no later than the date of publication, provide to the California Air Resources Board (ARB)
and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) a copy of any notification made pursuant to subsections B.1
or B.2, and the supporting data and analysis relating to any such preliminary decision.
- The APCO shall consider any comments received during the 30 day comment period. If during the 30 day comment
period the APCO receives a written request from either ARB or EPA to defer the APCO's final decision pending the
requesting agency's review of the application, then the APCO shall defer the final decision for a period of 30
days from the date of such request.
- The APCO shall provide written notification of the final decision to grant or deny any such Authority to Construct
or Certificate of Emission Reduction Credits to any person and/or agency which submitted comments during the comment