LAST REVISED 01/01/89          
          RULE 1.3  Public Records

          A. All  air  monitoring  data,  including emissions data compiled
             from stationary sources are public records.

          B. All  information,  analyses,  plans,  or  specifications  that
             disclose  the  nature,  extent, quantity,  or  degree  of  air
             contaminants which any article,  machine,  equipment, or other
             contrivance  will  produce,  which the District  requires  any
             applicant  to provide before such  applicant  builds,  erects,
             alters,  replaces,   operates,  sells,  rents,  or  uses  such
             article, machine, equipment,  or other contrivance, are public
             records, with the exception of certified trade secrets.

          C. Trade secrets which may include  that information described in
             Government Code Section 6254.7, are  not public records. Trade
             secrets  may  only be certified upon written  request  by  the
             owner of said secrets  and concurrence of the Control Officer.
             Within 10 days of receipt  of  any  documents containing trade
             secrets,  so  designated  by the owner,  the  Control  Officer
            1.  Concur  in the certification  of  said  trade  secrets  and
                notify the  owner  that  the  documents will be placed in a
                locked file to be made accessible  only to the staff of the
                District or to the public following a court order.
            2.  Return  to  the  owner  all  documents  which   have   been
                designated  as  trade secrets, following a determination by
                the  Control  Officer   that  they  are  not  necessary  in
                conducting the activities of the District.
            3.  Notify the owner that said  trade  secrets  do not meet the
                criteria established and place the documents  in  a  locked
                file.  All  such  documents  will  be  considered as public
                records and will be so designated at the  end  of  a 30-day
                period,  unless  the  owner files an appeal with the Board.
                Upon request, any specific public records in the possession
                of the District will be made available to the public within
                10 days. Such requests shall be in writing and a reasonable
                fee  may be charged, not  to  exceed  the  actual  cost  of
                providing the requested information.

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