(Adopted 5/23/72, Revised 3/9/76, 7/18/78, 8/14/79, 6/17/80, 7/1/83, 5/30/89)

The Permit to Operate for a facility shall be renewed annually on a staggered schedule determined by the Air Pollution Control Officer. In order to better balance the workload of the District, a Permit to Operate may be renewed for a period of no less than six months and no more than eighteen months. The renewal fee shall be prorated based on the number of months for which the permit is renewed.

The permit holder will be notified of the renewal fee due, as specified in Rule 42, and the due date. The due date shall be the permit expiration date or 60 days after the mailing of the notice of the renewal fee due, whichever is later. Upon receipt of the renewal fee due, the Permit to Operate will be renewed. If the renewal fee is not paid by the due date, the permit will be void and the permittee will be notified by certified mail. The permit will be reinstated upon payment of the renewal fee and the penalties prescribed in Rule 42.

Renewal on an annual basis shall begin for each existing Permit to Operate, on the date when that Permit to Operate expires.