§ 22273. Issuance of Notice and Order and Stipulated Notice and Order
(a) If an operator fails to respond to the Notice of Violation within the specified timeframe, the CIWMB shall draft and send a Notice and Order, as defined in Title 14, California Code of Regulations section 18304, to the operator, and notify the local enforcement agency of the enforcement action.
(b) An operator shall respond to the CIWMB with evidence of compliance, or request an alternate schedule for compliance, within 10 working days from receipt of the Notice and Order.
(c) If an operator responds to the Notice and Order by offering partial compliance immediately, and full compliance over a period of time, which is acceptable to the CIWMB, the CIWMB may enter into a Stipulated Notice and Order with the operator.
(d) If an operator fails to conform with the compliance schedule within the specified timeframe as provided in the Notice and Order or Stipulated Notice and Order, further enforcement action may be taken by the CIWMB, as specified in the Notice and Order or Stipulated Notice and Order.(1. New section filed 6-3-97; operative 7-3-97 (Register 97, No. 23).)
Note: Authority cited: Sections 40502, 43040 and 43601.5, Public Resources Code. Reference: Sections 43040, 43500 through 43610.1, Public Resources Code.
Disclaimer: Lawrina makes great effort to keep legal information accurate and updated. However, we cannot guarantee that Section 22273 Issuance of Notice and Order and Stipulated Notice and Order is an exact copy of the official text as updates may have been made. Please check the accuracy of the information provided against the official resources.