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State Update Volume 41, Issue 19

Alabama: Water

The Onsite Wastewater Board proposed to amend Ala. Admin. Code r. 628.X.4.02, Amount of Fees. Changes are intended to substantiate better rules for licensees. The comment period ends August 4, 2011. http://www.alabamaadministrativecode.state.al.us/UpdatedMonthly/AAM-JUN-11/628-X-4-.02.PDF.

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Alaska: Wildlife

Alaska Board of Fisheries adopted changes to tit. 5 Alaska Admin. Code 02, dealing with Subsistence Shellfish Fishery. The change will go into effect June 16, 2011. http://notes4.state.ak.us/pn/pubnotic.nsf/1604e1912875140689256785006767f6/5a030423bdb5d22f892578b800679c34?OpenDocument.

Wildlife

California: Land Use

The Board of Forestry and Fire Protection proposed to amend Cal. Code Regs. tit. 14, §§913, 939.15, & 959.15, Aspen, Meadow and Wet Area Restoration. Changes add a new sivicultural special prescription which states the requirements for projects that harvest, remove, or otherwise treat commercial conifer trees in aspen stands, meadows, or wet areas for purposes of restoring habitat, ecological, and range values. http://www.oal.ca.gov/res/docs/pdf/notice/25z-2011.pdf pp. 999-1002.

Land Use

Delaware: Waste

The Solid Waste Authority proposed to amend 1 Del. Admin. Code 501, Regulations of the Delaware Solid Waste Authority. Changes pertain to the extension of credit in payment for the use of Authority facilities and services. There will be a public hearing July 25, 2011, and the deadline for comment is August 1. http://regulations.delaware.gov/register/july2011/proposed/15%20DE%20Reg%206%2007-01-11.htm.

Waste

Florida: Air

The Department of Environmental Protection proposed changes to 62 Fla. Admin. Code §62.212.400, Stationary Sources-Preconstruction Review. Changes would exclude some facilities that produce ethanol by natural fermentation, including some ethanol fuel production facilities, from being considered a §chemical process plant§ for purposes of qualifying for an exemption from the state's prevention of significant deterioration air permitting rules. The deadline for comment is July 27, 2011.

Air

Florida: Air

The Department of Environmental Protection amended 62 Fla. Admin. Code §62.210.200, Stationary Sources-General Requirements. The changes pertain to section definitions. https://www.flrules.org/Gateway/View_notice.asp?id=10035928.

Air

Florida: Wildlife

The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission proposed to amend 68B Fla. Admin. Code §14.0038, Recreational Snapper Season. Changes would incorporate NOAA's rules for red snapper into the Commission's Reef Fish Rule. The deadline for comment is July 22, 2011. https://www.flrules.org/Gateway/View_notice.asp?id=10053291.

Wildlife

Idaho: Energy

The Department of Lands temporarily amended Idaho Admin. Code 20.03.15, pertaining to geothermal leases. Changes include extending lease terms up to 49 years, negotiating rent and royalty based on market rates, increasing lease size to cover an entire project, and setting bond amounts based on reasonable reclamation costs. There will be a public hearing July 28, 2011, and the deadline for written comment is July 26. http://adm.idaho.gov/adminrules/bulletin/bul/11bul/11Jul.pdf pp. 127-32.

Energy

Idaho: Water

The Department of Lands proposed to amend Idaho Admin. Code 20.03.15, Conservation of Crude Oil and Natural Gas in the State of Idaho. Changes relate to well treatments and hydraulic fracturing, as well as bond rates. There will be public hearings July 20 and 21, and the deadline for written comment is July 26. http://adm.idaho.gov/adminrules/bulletin/bul/11bul/11Jul.pdf p. 133.

Water

Idaho: Water

The Department of Environmental Quality proposed to amend Idaho Admin. Code r. 58.01.02, Water Quality Standards. Changes relate to the implementation of antidegradation policy. Revisions include adding definitions for "degradation or lower water quality" and "general permit" as well as language on Tier II waters and insignificant activity. The deadline for written comment is August 5. http://adm.idaho.gov/adminrules/bulletin/bul/11bul/11Jul.pdf pp. 140-274.

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