RULE 308. ON-ROAD MOTOR VEHICLE MITIGATION OPTIONS FEES
Provisions of this rule shall apply to fees assessed for worksite registrations and filings pursuant to Rule 2202 On-Road Motor Vehicle Mitigation Options. Fees shall be paid for the submission or resubmission of Annual Registrations, Employee Commute Reduction Programs (ECRP), Annual Analyses, submission of strategy amendments, Average Vehicle Ridership (AVR) Certification, and Software Certification.
(2) EVALUATION is the District's evaluation of a program resulting in approval or disapproval of that program.
(3) PROGRAM is any data and/or report required by Rule 2202 On-Road Motor Vehicle Mitigation Options to be submitted to the District
(4) RESUBMITTAL is any revised program or revised annual analysis submitted to the District to correct a disapproved program.
(5) SUBMITTAL is any program provided to the District in accordance with Rule 2202 On-Road Motor Vehicle Mitigation Options.
(B) Multiple Site Registrations
Multiple site programs are subject to a fifteen percent (15%) discount or $295.90 per worksite annual registration fee.
(C) Resubmittals and Amendments
Resubmitted and amended registrations shall be subject to an annual registration fee of $295.90 per worksite.
|Per Worksite||Triennial Program||Annual Analysis|
|500 or more employees||$1131.60||$428.60|
|200 to 499 employees||$844.40||$321.40|
|100 to 199 employees||$546.50||$214.30|
(B) Multisite and Geographic Program Submittals
Triennial program fees for multiple site and geographic program submittals are subject to a fifteen percent (15%) discount as follows:
|Per Worksite||Triennial Program|
|500 or more employees||$961.90|
|200 to 499 employees||$717.70|
|100 to 199 employees||$464.50|
|Per Worksite||Triennial Program||Annual Analysis|
|500 or more employees||$565.70||$214.30|
|200 to 499 employees||$422.10||$160.60|
|100 to 199 employees||$273.10||$107.10|
(D) Electronic Media Submittals
Persons submitting an ECRP using District-certified electronic media shall pay the appropriate fee established in paragraphs (c)(2)(A) and (B), less $107.10 per submittal.
(E) Sites achieving (AVR) Targets
Any employer who achieves their Average Vehicle Ridership (AVR) target and chooses to file an approved AVR demonstration, pursuant to Rule 2202 ECRP guidelines, in lieu of a triennial program, shall pay the appropriate annual analysis fee rather than the triennial program fee.
(F) Program Strategy Amendments
A person submitting an amendment to program strategies consisting of the deletion or the replacement of any existing program strategies shall pay a fee of $107.10 for each submittal per worksite. This fee shall not apply when the amendment consists solely of additional or enhanced strategies to the program or when the strategy amendment is submitted at the same time as part of the triennial program or annual analysis submittal. Furthermore, any employer adding or deleting a worksite to a multi-site or geographic program shall pay a fee of $107.10 per worksite being added or deleted, unless the worksite being deleted is no longer subject to Rule 2202.
(G) Extension Requests
Any person requesting a due date extension shall pay a fee of $52.90 per worksite.
(H) AVR Certification Fees
Any person requesting District certification of AVR verification methods, pursuant to Rule 2202 ECRP guidelines, shall pay a fee of $267.80. No additional fee will be due after a first disapproval and resubmittal. A second fee of $267.80 shall be paid with a second resubmittal after a second disapproval.
(e) Government Agencies
Federal, state, or local government agencies or public districts shall pay all fees.
(f) Software Certification Fees
The District may certify independent computer software capable of reproducing trip reduction program forms, thereby allowing employers to file triennial and annual analysis programs using electronic media.
(2) Fees shall be paid at the time that the software is submitted for certification as follows:
(B) Recertification Fee $267.80
(h) Request for Time Extension of Payment Due
Whenever this rule requires fees to be paid by a certain date to avoid expiration, cancellation, or the imposition of an increased fee for late payment, the Executive Officer may, for good cause, grant an extension of time, not to exceed one hundred eighty (180) days, within which the fee payment shall be made. Any request for an extension of time hereunder shall be made in writing and accompanied by a statement of reasons why the extension should be granted.
(i) An employer who has declared bankruptcy, for the official business or governmental operations of its organization or company, through a judicial court filing and confirmation process, may request the Executive Officer to grant a temporary waiver from complying with the requirements of Rule 2202 and Rule 308. Upon demonstration of the filing and confirmation of bankruptcy, the Executive Officer will grant an exemption for the duration of bankruptcy, not to exceed two (2) years from the date of the waiver.
(j) Adjustment of Fees
The Executive Officer may, upon finding an administrative error by District staff regarding the calculation, imposition, noticing, invoicing, and/or collection of any fee set forth within this rule, rescind, reduce, increase, or modify such fee. Any request for such relief from an administrative error shall be received by the District in writing prior to the expiration date of notification of the amount due, accompanied by a statement of why such relief should be granted. Claims for refund of any fee required by this rule shall be submitted in writing within one (1) year after the fee was paid.
(k) Service Charge for Returned Check
Any person who submits a check to the District on insufficient funds or on instructions to stop payment on the check, absent an overcharge or other legal entitlement to withhold payment, shall be subject to a $25.50 service charge.