SJUAPCD RULE 3010 PERMIT FEE
LAST REVISED 07/20/95



RULE 3010 - PERMIT FEE

(Adopted May 21, 1992, Amended December 17, 1992, Amended July 20, 1995)

1.0 Filing Fee

2.0 Permit Fee

3.0 Evaluation/Air Quality Impact Analysis Fee

4.0 Cancellation or Denial

If an Authority to Construct or a Permit to Operate or an application for an Authority to Construct or a Permit to Operate expires, is canceled, withdrawn by the applicant, revoked, or denied and such denial becomes final, the filing, permit and evaluation fee required herein shall not be refunded nor applied to any subsequent application or permit.

5.0 Transfer of Owner Without an Alteration or Addition

Where an application is filed for a Permit to Operate any source operation by reason of transfer from one person to another and where a Permit to Operate has previously been granted under Rule 2010 (Permits Required), and where no alteration or addition has been made or where no transfer of location has been made, the applicant shall pay a nonrefundable fee of $20 per permit unit. A $20 fee will be charged for the change of name only.

6.0 Permit Fee Penalty

After the provisions for granting permits as set forth in Division 26 of the Health and Safety Code and the District Rules and Regulations have been complied with, the applicant shall be notified in writing by the APCO of the filing fee, permit fee, and evaluation fee to be paid for the issuance of the Permit to Operate or the Authority to Construct. Such notice shall be given by personal service or by deposit, postpaid, in the United States mail. If the permit fee is not paid within 60 days, the fee shall be increased by 50% and the APCO shall thereupon promptly notify the applicant by mail of the increased fee which is due within 90 days of the initial due date. Nonpayment of the fee and penalty fee within 90 days of the initial due date may result in the cancellation of the application and the Authority to Construct or suspension of the Permit to Operate.

7.0 Permit Granted by Hearing Board

In the event that an Authority to Construct or a Permit to Operate is granted by the Hearing Board after denial by the APCO or after the applicant deems his application denied, the applicant shall pay the permit fee prescribed in Section 2.0 and the evaluation fee prescribed in Section 3.0 within 60 days after the date of the decision of the Hearing Board. If the fee is not paid within this period of time, the fee shall be increased by 50%. Nonpayment of the increased fee and penalty within 90 days after the initial due date shall result in the automatic cancellation of the Authority to Construct or the Permit to Operate and the application.

8.0 Annual Renewal Fee

On the anniversary of the issuance of a Permit to Operate granted under Rule 2010 (Permits Required), the permittee shall pay a renewal fee equal to the fee in the current Fee Schedules in Rule 3020 (Permit Fee Schedules). The holder of permits with more than one anniversary date may adjust annual renewal payments to a single anniversary date by prorating renewal fee(s) as necessary. If the renewal fee is not paid within 60 days after it becomes due, the fee shall be increased by 50%. Nonpayment of the increased fee and penalty within 90 days of the due date may result in the suspension of the permit.

9.0 Multiple Locations

When permits have been issued to operate movable equipment at two or more locations, only one annual renewal fee will be charged.

11.0 Duplicate Authority to Construct or Permit to Operate

A request for a duplicate Authority to Construct or Permit to Operate shall be made in writing to the APCO within 10 days after the destruction, loss or defacement of the Authority to Construct or the Permit to Operate. A fee of $15 shall be charged for issuing a duplicate Authority to Construct or a duplicate Permit to Operate.