SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 3080 - ATMOSPHERIC ACIDITY PROTECTION PROGRAM FEE
(Adopted May 21, 1992, Amended December 17, 1992)

1.0 Purpose

The purpose of this rule is to provide revenue for acid deposition research and monitoring pursuant to the Atmospheric Acidity Protection Program as provided in the Health and Safety Code Sections 39906 et seq. The fees required pursuant to this rule shall be in addition to the permit fees and other fees required under other Rules and Regulations.

2.0 Definitions

3.0 Fee Requirements for Major Nonvehicular Sources

For each major nonvehicular source, the permit holder is assessed a fee payable to the District, due within 60 days of notice of assessment by the District and calculated by the District according to the following formula:

4.0 Fee Penalty

Not withstanding other provisions of these Rules and Regulations pertaining to fee penalties, if payment of the acid deposition research fee required by this rule is not received within 60 days of notice by the APCO, the fee shall be increased by 50%, and the owner or operator shall thereupon be notified by mail of the increased fee. If the increased fee is not paid within 90 days of the original due date, the major nonvehicular source's permits shall automatically be canceled, and the APCO shall so notify the major nonvehicular source by certified mail.