MBUAPCD R6ART2 PROCEDURES FOR HEARING BOARD ADJUCUATIONS
LAST REVISED 12/17/86



REGULATION IV

HEARING BOARD RULES

Adopted by the District Hearing Board on December 12, 1986.

These rules are effective as of December 17, 1986.

MONTEREY BAY UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

ARTICLE 2. VARIANCE AND OTHER APPLICATIONS

2.1 Form of Papers.

Papers filed with the Hearing Board shall be typewritten or printed upon paper 8 1/2 x 11 inches in size and the impression shall be on one side of the paper only and double-spaced. The heading for variance applications shall be as follows:

2.2 Contents of Application for Variance.

2.3 Contents of Other Applications.

All other applications for Hearing Board relief shall conform to the provisions of Sections 2.1 and 2.2 of this Article 2 to the extent that such sections are applicable to the subject of such applications, and shall include the appropriate filing fee pursuant to Appendix A, as may be fixed from time to time by the District Board.

2.4 Emergency Variances.

2.5 Application for Intervention.

2.6 Verification.

Unless the state, or a county, city, or district, or an officer of such in his official capacity is an applicant, the application shall be verified. The form of verification, executed within this State, may be substantially the following form:

2.7 Filing Fees.

Any application shall be accompanied by the filing fee as may be fixed from time to time by the District Board and set forth in Appendix A hereto.

2.8 Excess Emission Fees.

The applicant to whom a variance is granted shall pay an excess emission fee as may be fixed from time to time by the District Board and set forth in Appendix B hereto.

2.9 Response to Applications.

The Hearing Board may require the Air Pollution Control Officer to file a response to any or all applications in such a manner as the Hearing Board may from time to time direct. Any such response shall be served on the applicant and any other parties.