Section 10405 - Process for Approval of an Application for Designation of a Permit Consolidation Zone (California Code of Regulations)

§ 10405. Process for Approval of an Application for Designation of a Permit Consolidation Zone

(a) The Review Panel shall evaluate the adequacy of an application for designation of a Permit Consolidation Zone. In conducting this review the Review Panel may rely upon staff from either agency to evaluate the application materials.

(1) The Review Panel shall, within 60 days of receipt of the application, either (a) convey a letter of deficiency to the zone applicant identifying and requesting submittal of information that will allow the Review Panel to make a determination on the zone designation, or (b) advise the zone applicant that the zone application contains the information necessary to make a designation.

(2) In the event a letter of deficiency is sent to the zone applicant, the zone applicant shall submit information correcting the deficiency, at the earliest opportunity, but in no event after June 30, 1998. The Review Panel shall have 60 days to conduct its review of the submitted information to determine if the application is complete.

(3) Zone applications shall be acted upon by the Review Panel within 30 days of their being found to contain all the necessary elements to allow a zone determination to be made.

(4) The zone applicant shall be notified of the Review Panel's determination in writing.

(5) A Permit Consolidation Zone shall become effective following its designation by the Review Panel. A Zone Applicant may determine a specific date following approval by the Review Panel for the Zone to become operational.

(6) An application for a Permit Consolidation Zone that remains deficient after June 30, 1998 shall be denied.

(b) When evaluating a zone application, the Review Panel shall consider the following factors:

(1) The extent to which the zone applicant has implemented permit streamlining for permits under its own authority.

(2) Whether there is a single CUPA within the boundaries of the area proposed as a zone.

(3) The provisions made to ensure adequate public participation in the final permit decisions on facilities subject to a facility compliance plan.

(4) The contents of existing or proposed agreements between the applicant and other local, state, and regional permitting agencies with jurisdiction within the proposed Permit Consolidation Zone.

(c) The Review Panel shall make its determination of approval of a zone application only on the basis of and after finding that the application fulfills the requirements of Sections 10402, 10404, and 10405(b).

(d) The Review Panel shall make its zone designations based upon the applications that are pending before it at the time a decision is made.

(1. New section filed 5-22-97; operative 6-21-97 (Register 97, No. 28).)

Note: Authority cited: Sections 71035.1 and 71305.2, Public Resources Code. Reference: Sections 71035.3, 71035.4, 71035.5, 71035.6 and 71035.8, Public Resources Code.

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