PLAAPCD RULE 601 PERMIT FEES
LAST REVISED 10/19/93

                                    Adopted 05-24-77
                 (Revised 04-21-81, 06-07-83, 05-20-85, 12-03-85, 10-19-93)

                                           
                                           
                                      REGULATION 6

                                         FEES



            This  Rule  is  applicable  to the Sacramento Valley and 
            Mountain Counties Air Basin potions of the District  (i.e. 
            excludes the Lake Tahoe Air Basin portion
            of the District) and requires that fees be paid for:

            1.    Filing of permit applications
            2.    Engineering  evaluation (engineering  analysis  and  
                  emission  reduction analysis)
            3.    Annual operation
            4.    Environmental documentation and air quality modeling
            5.    Transfer of ownership of equipment
            6.    Alterations or additions to equipment
            7.    Revision of permit conditions
            8.    Issuance of duplicate permit
            9.    Annual permit based on emissions

            Federal, state or local  governmental  agencies  or public 
            districts shall pay the fees to the extent allowed under 
            Chapter 2, Division  7,  Title  1  of the Government  Code  
            (commencing  with  Section  6103)  and  Chapter  55, Part 3,
            Division 26 of the Health and Safety Code.

            No Claim for refund for any fee required by this rule shall be 
            honored  unless such  claim  is  submitted  within 90 days after 
            the fee was paid.  The use of revenue derived from the 
            application  of this rule shall be governed by Health
            and Safety Code Section 42311.

            A.    Filing Fee

                  1.    Except as provided in paragraph (F) and subparagraph 
                        (G)(2), every applicant filing for a permit shall 
                        pay a filing fee of $110.00.

                  2.    If an application for a permit  is cancelled or is 
                        denied and such denial becomes final, the filing  
                        fee  or transfer fee required herein  shall  not  
                        be  refunded  nor  applied  to  any subsequent
                        application.

            B.    Engineering Evaluation Fee

                  1.    Except as provided in paragraph (F) and subparagraph 
                        (G)(2), every applicant who files an application for 
                        a permit, including one for change  of  location,  
                        shall, in addition to the filing  fee, pay within  
                        the  time  and  upon   the   notification   specified   
                        in subparagraph  (B)(4), an engineering evaluation 
                        fee which includes the appropriate  engineering  
                        analysis  fee specified in paragraph (E) and an 
                        emissions reduction analysis fee  specified herein 
                        when applicable.   An emissions reduction analysis 
                        fee shall be paid when an applicant  proposes,  as  
                        part of a permit application, to reduce  emissions 
                        of air contaminants  from  equipment  to  offset
                        emissions  of  air  contaminants  from  the equipment 
                        which is the subject of the permit application.  
                        In those  circumstances where an  application  to 
                        accomplish the emissions reduction is required
                        in addition to the application  that proposes this 
                        reduction, the analysis  fee will be assessed to the  application  requiring  the
                        reduction.

                        The emissions  reduction  analysis  fee  shall  be 
                        $2.00 per pound (calculated on a daily basis) of 
                        each air contaminant reduced.

                        Fees  payable under this paragraph shall be paid 
                        within  the time and upon the notification specified 
                        in subparagraph (B)(4).

                  2.    With exception  of the fees provided in Schedule 6 
                        and Schedule 7, if  more  than one  fee  schedule  
                        is  applicable,  the  governing schedule shall be 
                        that which results in the higher fee.

                  3.    After the provisions  for  granting  or  denying an  
                        Authority to Construct  as  set  forth in Division 26 
                        of the Health and Safety Code and these Rules  and 
                        Regulations have been complied with, the applicant 
                        shall pay the  engineering  analysis fee within the 
                        time and upon the notification specified in 
                        subparagraph (B)(4).

                  4.    The applicant shall be notified, in writing,  of the  
                        fees to be paid.  Such notice may be given by 
                        personal service or by deposit, postpaid,  in the 
                        United States mail and shall be due 30 days from
                        the date of  personal  service or mailing.  
                        Non-payment of the fee within this period of time 
                        will  result  in  cancellation  of the
                        application and voiding of the Authority to Construct.  
                        No further applications  will  be accepted from the 
                        applicant until such time as overdue engineering 
                        evaluation fees have been fully paid.

                  5.    In the case of application(s)  received  for  permits  
                        to  operate equipment   already  constructed,  the 
                        applicant  shall  pay  the application filing  fee  
                        as  provided  in subparagraph (A)(1).  An engineering  
                        evaluation  fee  with  any associated  late  fees  as
                        provided in paragraph (I) shall be paid  at the time 
                        the permit to operate is granted or denied.  Annual 
                        operating fees shall be paid as provided in 
                        subparagraph (C)(10).  If at the time the permit to
                        operate  is granted or denied, it is determined  that  
                        the  annual operating  fee had been based on the 
                        wrong schedule, the applicant shall  be  billed  
                        for   or  credited  with  the  difference,  as
                        appropriate.

                  6.    If an application for a permit  is cancelled within 
                        thirty days of filing, an engineering evaluation 
                        fee  will  not be charged if no action has been 
                        taken.

            C.    Annual Operating Fee

                  1.    As soon  as practicable on or after the effective 
                        date  of this Rule, the Air  Pollution Control 
                        Officer shall establish an annual operating  fee  
                        due  date  for  each  permittee  for  all  permits
                        associated with the same premises.  Thereafter, 
                        permits to operate shall be renewable  as  set  
                        forth  below,  subject  to  any other
                        requirements  of  these  Rules  and  Regulations and 
                        of state law, regarding validity, voiding or 
                        revocation of permits.

                  2.    In  those instances where a permit is due  to  expire  
                        on a date different  than  the annual operating fee 
                        due date established for the permittee, the permit 
                        may be renewed upon payment of an annual operating 
                        fee.  Such  fee  shall  be  calculated  based  upon 
                        the appropriate  schedule  in paragraph (E) of this 
                        Rule, but prorated based upon the number of months 
                        between the expiration date of the permit and the 
                        permittee's annual operating fee due date.
                  3.    In  those instances where  a  permit  is  due  to  
                        expire on the permittee's  annual operating fee  
                        due date, the permit may be renewed upon payment of 
                        the annual operating fee prescribed in the appropriate 
                        schedule in paragraph (E).

                  4.    An Authority to Construct which has not been cancelled  
                        or voided shall be considered a temporary permit to 
                        operate on the date the applicant  completes  final  
                        construction and commences operation, pursuant to RULE 
                        501 (A).  For  the purposes of this subparagraph,
                        the  date  specified  as  the estimated  completion 
                        date on the application for an Authority to Construct 
                        shall be considered the date of commencement of 
                        operation  unless  the  applicant notifies the  
                        District in writing that operation will commence on 
                        another date.   Such  temporary  permit  to operate 
                        shall be valid for the period  of  time  between 
                        commencement of operation and the applicant's next   
                        annual   operating  fee  due  date  following 
                        commencement  of  operation.   At   that   time, and  
                        each year thereafter, the annual operating fee for 
                        the temporary  permit  to operate  shall  be due in 
                        the amount prescribed in the appropriate schedule in 
                        paragraph (E).  The fee shall be based upon the size,
                        rating  or capacity of the  equipment covered by the  
                        temporary permit to operate, if any, as prescribed in 
                        paragraph (E).
                  5.    The same annual operating fee due date shall apply 
                        from one change of ownership to another.

                  6.    At least thirty days before the annual operating fee 
                        due date, the permittee will be notified by mail of 
                        the annual operating fee due and the due  date.  
                        The annual operating fee for each permit shall be in 
                        the amount  shown  in  the  schedules set forth in 
                        paragraph (E).

                  7.    Except as provided in subparagraph  (8)  below, if the  
                        annual operating fee  is  not  paid  when due, the fee 
                        shall be increased fifty (50) percent of the amount 
                        thereof, and the permittee shall thereupon  be  
                        notified  by mail of the  increased  fee.   If  the 
                        increased fee is not paid  within  30  days after such 
                        notice, the permit will expire and no longer be valid  
                        and  the permittee will be notified by mail.
                  
                  8.    An expired permit may be reinstated only by submitting  
                        a new application for a permit accompanied by an 
                        application fee and the payment in full of the amount 
                        of fees due at the time the previous permit expired.

                  9.    No annual operating fee shall  be required for a 
                        permit to operate gasoline fueling equipment which is 
                        exempted from installing vapor recovery systems under 
                        the provisions of RULE 213 or 214.

                  10.   In the case of equipment operating, where an Authority  
                        to Construct was not issued, the annual  operating fee 
                        will be due on the Company's next annual operating fee  
                        due date,  following the submission of the completed 
                        application for permit to operate.  If no annual 
                        renewal date has been established, the Air Pollution
                        Control Officer will set one upon receipt of the 
                        application.

            D.    Annual Permit Fee Based On Emissions

                  1.    The operator of all equipment  operating under permit 
                        shall pay an annual permit fee based on the total 
                        weight of emissions of each of the  contaminants  
                        specified in subparagraph (D)(2) from equipment on the   
                        premises.   The fee established in this subparagraph 
                        is pursuant  to  the  authority granted in Health and
                        Safety Code Section 42311.  Such fee shall be in 
                        addition to other fees  payable  under  this  Rule.  
                        As  used  in  this  paragraph, "premises" means one 
                        parcel of land, or continuous parcels of land
                        under the same ownership or entitlement to  use  not 
                        including the parcels  which  are  remotely located 
                        and connected only  by land carrying a pipeline.
                  2.    Each ton (rounded to the nearest ton) for any one of 
                        the following air contaminants: gaseous  sulfur 
                        compounds  (expressed as sulfur dioxide),  total 
                        organic gases, oxides of nitrogen  (expressed as
                        nitrogen dioxide), or particulate matter; and in 
                        excess of 10 tons per year (rounded to the nearest 
                        ton) for carbon monoxide shall be assessed a fee as 
                        set forth in the following schedule:

                              Air Contaminant                 Dollars Per Ton

                        Organic gases                       $ 44.00
                        Carbon monoxide                     $  3.50
                        Oxides of nitrogen                  $  8.00
                          (expressed as nitrogen dioxide)
                        Gaseous sulfur compounds            $  2.00
                          (expressed as sulfur dioxide)
                        Particulate matter                  $ 33.00

                  3.    The  Air Pollution  Control  Officer  shall  determine  
                        the total emissions  for  the preceding year of each 
                        of the air contaminants listed in subparagraph  (D)(2)  
                        from all equipment on the premises of facilities to 
                        which this paragraph  applies.  The Air Pollution
                        Control Officer shall determine the emission factors 
                        applicable to each permit unit or group of permit 
                        units, and provide them to the operator upon request.  
                        In determining emission  factors,  the Air Pollution  
                        Control  Officer  shall  use  the  best available 
                        data. "Emission Factor", as used in this subparagraph,  
                        means the amount of  air  contaminant  emitted  per  
                        unit of time or per unit of material handled, 
                        processed, produced or burned.

                  4.    Notice and Late Filing Penalties

                     a.    At least thirty days before the annual  operating   
                           fee  due date  the  permittee  will be notified by 
                           mail of the annual permit fee based upon emissions  
                           due  and the due date.  The notice  will include 
                           the fee specified in  paragraph  (D)(1) and the Air  
                           Pollution  Control  Officer's determination of 
                           emissions.

                     b.    In  the  case  that  the  annual  operating  fee 
                           based upon emissions is not paid when due, the fee 
                           shall  be  increased by twenty-five percent (25%) 
                           of the amount thereof,  and the permittee  shall  
                           thereupon  be  notified  by  mail  of  the increased  
                           fee.  For each additional month that the emission
                           fee remains  unpaid  after  it is late, there shall 
                           be added interest of one and one-half percent 
                          (1-1/2%) per month.  If the emission fee is timely 
                          paid,  but  the  amount  paid  is later  determined  
                          to  be  less  than 90 percent of the full amount 
                          that should have been paid, the 25% increase shall 
                          be imposed  as described hereinabove,  but 
                          calculated  on  the difference  between  the amount 
                         actually paid and the amount that should have been 
                          paid.

                     c.    If one hundred (120) days  have  elapsed since 
                           the notice to pay  fee  was  sent  and all 
                           emission fees  have  not  been received, the 
                           Air Pollution Control Officer may take action 
                           to revoke such permits to operate  (Health  and  
                           Safety Code Section 42307).   If  permits to 
                           operate are revoked, they shall be immediately 
                           reinstated  upon  the  payment  by  the permit  
                           holder  of  the  required  emission fees and 
                           accrued penalties.
                  5.    No annual permit fee based upon emissions shall be  
                        required for the following equipment:

                        a.    Vehicle   fueling   equipment.   For  the 
                              purpose  of  this subparagraph, "vehicle"  has  
                              the same meaning as defined in Section 670 of 
                              the Vehicle Code.

                        b.    Equipment  listed  in paragraph (E)(7)  deemed  
                              by  the  Air Pollution Control Officer  to  
                              emit insignificant amounts of contaminants.

            E.    Schedules for the engineering analysis fee and annual 
                  operating fee

                  1.    Schedule 1, Motor Horsepower Schedule:

                        Any equipment using motors as a power  source  shall 
                        be assessed a permit fee based on the cumulative 
                        total rated horsepower of all motors included in 
                        accordance with the following schedule:

            Horsepower                          Engineering       Operating
                                                Analysis Fee      Fee
           (A) Less than 50                       $220           $110
           (B)  50 or greater but less than 100    440            220
           (C) 100 or greater but less than 200    660            330
           (D) 200 or greater but less than 300    880            440
           (E) 300 or greater but less than 400   1100            550
           (F) 400 or greater but less than 500   1320            660
           (G) 500 or greater but less than 600   1540            770
           (H) 600 or greater                     1760            880

                  2.    Schedule 2, Fuel Burning Schedule:

                        Any  equipment  in  which  fuel is burned, including 
                        cogeneration, with the exception of incinerators  
                        which  are covered in Schedule 4,  shall  be  
                        assessed a permit fee based upon  the  design  fuel
                        consumption of the  equipment  expressed  in 
                        thousands of British Thermal Units (BTU) per hour, 
                        using gross heating  values of the fuel, in 
                        accordance with the following schedule:

       1000 British Thermal Units Per Hour          Engineering   Operating
                                                    Analysis Fee    Fee
         (A) Less than 1,500                          $ 550       $ 110
         (B) 1,500 or greater but less than 5,000       880         330
         (C) 5,000 or greater but less than 15,000     1210         440
         (D) 5,000 or greater but less than 50,000     1540         770
         (E) 50,000 or greater but less than 100,000   1760        1320
         (F) 100,000 or greater but less than 200,000  2200        1980
         (G) 200,000 or greater                        3300        2530


                  3.    Schedule 3, Electrical Energy Schedule:

                        Any  equipment which uses electrical energy, with the 
                        exception of motors covered in Schedule 1, shall be 
                        assessed a permit fee based on the total kilovolt 
                        ampere (KVA) ratings, in accordance with the
                        following schedule:

     Kilovolt Ampere                           Engineering     Operating
                                               Analysis Fee    Fee
      (A) Less than 150                         $ 220            $ 110
      (B) 50 or greater but less than 450         550              220
      (C) 450 or greater but less than 4,500      880              330
      (D) 4,500 or greater but less than 14,500  1210              440
      (E) 14,500 or greater but less than 45,000 1650              550
      (F) 45,000 or greater                      2200              660

                  4.    Schedule 4, Incinerator Schedule:

                        Any  equipment   designed   and   used  primarily  to  
                        dispose  of combustible  refuse  by  wholly  
                        consuming  the  material  charged leaving only the 
                        ashes or residue  shall  be assessed a permit fee
                        based on the following schedule of the maximum  
                        horizontal  inside cross  sectional  area,  in square 
                        feet, of the primary combustion chamber:

     Area in Square Feet                       Engineering    Operating
                                               Analysis Fee   Fee

      (A) Less than 10                           $ 440       $ 110
      (B)  10 or greater but less than 15          660         220
      (C)  15 or greater but less than 25          880         330
      (D)  25 or greater but less than 40         1100         440
      (E)  40 or greater but less than 100        1320         660
      (F) 100 or greater                          1650         990

                  5.    Schedule 5, Stationary Container Schedule:

                        Any  stationary tank, reservoir,  or other container,  
                        with  the exception  of  stationary  storage  tanks  
                        covered  in  Schedule 6 herein,  shall  be assessed a 
                        permit fee on the following schedule of capacities in 
                        gallons or cubic equivalent:

          Gallons                                   Engineering    Operating
                                                    Analysis Fee   Fee
       (A) Less than 40,000                            $ 220       $ 110
       (B) 40,000 or greater but less than 100,000       550         220
       (C) 100,000 or greater but less than 400,000      880         330
       (D) 400,000 or greater but less than 1,000,000   1210         440
       (E) 1,000,000 or greater but less than 1,500,000 1540         550
       (F) 1,500,000 or greater                         2200         660

                  6.    Schedule 6, Gasoline Fueling Equipment Schedule:

                        Any gasoline fueling  equipment  at  a  single 
                        location including stationary  gasoline  storage  
                        tanks  and  dispensers,   shall  be assessed  a  
                        single  permit  fee  based  on the number of gasoline
                        dispensing nozzles, in accordance with the following 
                        schedule:
                                    Engineering       Operating
                                    Analysis Fee      Fee

                                    $30.00 per nozzle $15.00 per nozzle

                  7.    Schedule 7, Permit Fee Exceptions:

                        The following equipment shall be assessed  an 
                        engineering analysis fee of $220 and an annual 
                        operating fee of $110.00.

                        a.    Each permit of a dry cleaning plant.

                        b.    Equipment  with  a capacity less than 15,000  
                              liters  (4,000
                              gallons)  used  exclusively  to  mix  solvents  and  surface
                              coatings.

                        c.    Spray  coating  equipment  operated  outside 
                              of a control enclosure.
                        d.    Vapor   degreasing   equipment   using   
                              exclusively 1-1-1 trichloroethane,  methylene  
                              chloride,  trifluoromethane, or chlorinated-
                              fluorinated hydrocarbons.

                        e.    Portable abrasive blasting equipment.

                        f.    Mobile asphalt or coal tar pitch roofing 
                              equipment.

                        g.    Internal  combustion  engines  of  less  than   4,000  brake
                              horsepower driving electrical emergency 
                              generators.

                        h.    Any equipment which is not included in any of 
                              the preceding Schedules.

            F.    Change of Ownership

                  1.    When  an  application  for  change  of  ownership is  
                        filed, for equipment  previously  permitted, the 
                        applicant shall pay, in lieu of a filing fee and 
                        initial  permit  fee,  the fee provided for in
                        subparagraph (A)(1) and paragraph (B), a transfer fee  
                        of $100.00 for each permit unit being transferred 
                        from one person to  another not to exceed four 
                        hundred dollars ($400.00), payable at the  time
                        the application is filed.

            G.    Alterations, Additions or Revisions

                  1.    When an application is filed for a permit involving 
                        alterations or additions  resulting  in  a  change  
                        to any existing equipment for which  a permit to 
                        operate was granted  and  has  not  expired  in
                        accordance  with  paragraph  (C) of this Rule, the 
                        applicant shall pay a fee as provided in subparagraph 
                        (A)(1) and in addition shall pay engineering analysis 
                        fees  based  upon the increase in rating, capacity, 
                        or increase in the number of nozzles resulting from 
                        such change, as determined from the fee Schedules in 
                        paragraph (E), and an emissions reduction analysis 
                        fee as  applicable.  When there is no incremental 
                        increase in rating, capacity,  or  increase  in the
                        number  of  nozzles,  the  applicant  shall  pay  as  
                        specified in subparagraph  (A)(1)  and in addition an 
                        engineering analysis fee equal to Step (A) of the  
                        appropriate  fee  Schedule  in paragraph (E), and an 
                        emissions reduction analysis fee as applicable.

                  2.    When an application is filed for a revision of 
                        conditions on a permit to operate,  the  applicant  
                        shall  pay  $110.00,  plus  an emissions reduction 
                        analysis fee as applicable.

            H.    Duplicate Permits

                  A  request  for  a  duplicate  permit  shall  be  made in 
                  writing by the permittee after the destruction, loss or 
                  defacement  of a permit.  A fee of $10.00 shall be charged 
                  for issuing a duplicate permit.

            I.    Late Fee

                  When  equipment  is  built,  erected,  installed, altered,  
                  or  replaced (except  for  identical  replacement)  without  
                  the  owner  or  operator obtaining an Authority to 
                  Construct in accordance  with  RULE  501,  the applicant  
                  shall pay the filing fee required by paragraph (A)(1) and 
                  one hundred fifty  percent of the fees required by 
                  paragraph (B), and of one years' annual operating fees.  
                  The assessment of such late fee shall not limit the 
                  District's  right  to  pursue any other remedy provided for 
                  by law.
            
            J.    Applicability of Fees

                  When  an  application  is  submitted for  transfer  of  
                  ownership  under paragraph (F) of this Rule, and for 
                  alterations, additions, or revisions under  paragraph (G), 
                  of this  Rule,  the  paragraph  resulting  in  the
                  highest permit fee shall apply.

            K.    Credit for Solar Energy Equipment

                  Any permittee required to pay an annual permit renewal fee 
                  shall receive an annual  fee  credit  for  any solar energy 
                  equipment installed at the site where the equipment under 
                  permit is located.

                  1.    Computation

                        The design capacity of the  solar  energy  equipment  
                        expressed in thousands of British Thermal Units (BTU) 
                        per hour shall be used to determine  the  fee  credit  
                        in accordance with the annual permit renewal fee 
                        provisions of subparagraph (E)(2) of this Rule.

                  2.    Limitation

                        The solar energy credit shall not exceed the annual 
                        permit renewal fee for all permits at the site where  
                        the solar energy equipment is located.