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State Update Volume 44, Issue 28

South Carolina: State implementation plans (SIPs)

The Department of Health and Environmental Control proposed amendments to S.C. Reg. 61-62, pertaining to Air Pollution Control Regulations and Standards and the S.C. SIP. Changes exempt owners or operators of propane fired units from the requirement to maintain a startup and shutdown log, and remove Gaseous Fluorides from the list of pollutants. A public hearing will be held December 11, 2014.

State implementation plans (SIPs)

Oregon: Quality

The Department of Agriculture proposed to amend Or. Revised Statutes 603-095-0100, 603-095-0120, 603-095-0140, 603-095-0180, introduce 568.900–568.933, and repeal 603-095-0160. The rules pertain to the implementation of the Tualatin River Watershed Agricultural Water Quality Management Area Plan. The deadline for comment is November 15, 2014. See http://arcweb.sos.state.or.us/pages/rules/bulletin/1014_bulletin/1014_rulemaking_bulletin.html.

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Oklahoma: Hazardous Substances

The Environmental Quality Board and Radiation Management Advisory Council proposed amendments to 252 Okla. Admin. Code Ch. 410, Radiation Management. Amendments pertain to changes in dates for incorporation of federal regulations, as well as general updates to the rule to reflect updates to federal regulations, established to provide physical protection for certain quantities of radioactive materials. Public hearings are scheduled for November 6, 2014, and February 20, 2015. The deadline for comment is November 5, 2014.

Hazardous Substances

Ohio: Endangered Species

The Department of Natural Resources, Division of Natural Areas and Preserves Recreation proposed to amend 1501:18-1-03, Endangered and threatened species. Changes include the addition and removal of specific endangered and threatened plant species, and the updating of plant names in accordance with current scientific standards. A hearing will be held November 7, 2014. See http://www.registerofohio.state.oh.us/pdfs/phn/1501$18_NO_241139_20140929_1125.pdf.

Endangered Species

North Carolina: Fisheries

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Marine Fisheries Commission proposed to adopt 15A N.C. Admin. Code 03I .0122; 03K .0111, .0507-.0508; 03R.0202, amend 03I .0101; 03J.0207-.0209, .0301; 03K .0501,-.0502; 03L .0101, .0103, .0105; 03M .0101, .0510, .0513; 03O .0101, .0106, .0112-.0113, .0501, .0503; 03Q .0202; 03R .0114-.0115, and repeal 03K .0206, .0303. Changes intend to improve fisheries data from the for-hire industry, and modify language. The deadline for comment is December 1, 2014.

Fisheries

North Dakota: Agriculture

The Agriculture Commissioner proposed amendments to Ch. 7-15-01 and 7-15-02. Changes pertain to Fertilizer Investigational Allowances and Micronutrient Investigational Allowances. The amendments became effective October 1, 2014. See http://www.legis.nd.gov/admcode/arc201410354.pdf?20141001150829 (p. 3-7).

Agriculture

North Carolina: Quality

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources adopted amendments to 15A N.C. Admin. Code 02B .0306, Broad River Basin. Changes were made to the Schedule of Classifications and Water Quality Standards for the Broad River Basin, enabling the placement of a water supply intake in Lake Adger by Polk County. See http://www.ncoah.com/rules/register/Volume%2029%20Issue%2007%20October%201,%202014.pdf (p. 806-807).

Quality

North Carolina: Transportation

The Department of Transportation proposed to adopt 19A N.C. Admin. Code 02E .0612 and amend 19A N.C. Admin. Code 02E .0601-.0604 and .0608-.0611, under the Selective Vegetation Removal Policy. Changes incorporate updates to N.C. General Statute 136-133.1, and enable Department of Transportation staff to enforce compliance with statutory allowances for permitted vegetation removal. A public hearing will be held October 16, 2014. The deadline for comment is November 14, 2014.

New Mexico: Quality

The New Mexico Water Quality Control Commission announced a public hearing regarding proposed amendments to 20.6.6 N.M. Admin. Code, the Dairy Rule. The new regulations describe specific measures to be taken to monitor water quality and prevent water pollution. The hearing will be held on December 9, 2014. See http://164.64.110.239/nmregister/xxv/xxv18/WaterQualDairynoticeEnglish.htm.

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Nevada: Quality

The State Environmental Commission proposed amendments to Nev. Revised Statutes 445A.520, pertaining to water quality. Changes revise water quality standards for the South Fork Reservoir in Elko County. See http://www.leg.state.nv.us/register/2014Register/R103-14RP1.pdf.

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