SAN DIEGO COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 109. TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF PERMITS

( Rev. Effect. 6/26/81)

Permits issued in accordance with Rules 102 and 103 shall be automatically suspended for any day:

(a) Declared to be "no-burn day" by the California Air Resources Board or the Air Pollution Control District, except that this provision shall be applicable to permits for open burning authorized by Rule 103(e). The Air Pollution Control Officer may waive application of this subparagraph to burning authorized by Rule 102(d) and 103(d), provided the applicant requests such action in writing, demonstrating that suspension of burning would result in substantial economic loss and the burning of the fuels will not prohibit the maintenance of suitable air quality. (Effect. 6/26/81).

(b) During which burning is prohibited by the designated agency having jurisdiction over the site of the burn for purposes of fire control or prevention.

(c) When the designated agency or the Air Pollution Control Officer notifies the permittee that a fire would result in excessive smoke drifting into a populated area.

(d) When alerts or school health warnings have been announced by the Air Pollution Control Officer.