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Rhode Island: Oceans

The Coastal Resources Management Council proposed amendments to 650-20 R.I. Code R. §§11.2, 11.3, 11.5, 11.9, and 11.10, concerning the Ocean Special Area Management Plan.

Oceans

New York: Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation proposed amendments to N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. tit. 6, pts. 370 to 374 and 376. The proposed amendments would incorporate changes made within 38 federal hazardous waste management regulations that were promulgated between September 30, 1999, and April 8, 2015, as well as certain changes promulgated through November 28, 2016. A hearing will be held August 19, 2019. Comments are due August 24, 2019. See https://docs.dos.ny.gov/info/register/2019/jun12/rulemaking.pdf (pp. 1-5).

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)

Illinois: Water (generally)

The Pollution Control Board proposed amendments to Ill. Admin. Code tit. 35, §1600. The proposed amendments would revise the Board's right-to-know rules. Comments are due July 29, 2019. See https://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/index/register/volume43/r... (pp. 6881-6915).

Water (generally)

West Virginia: Land Use (generally)

The State Conservation Committee proposed amendments to the State Conservation Committee Grant Program. The proposed amendments would create a grant program to provide funding for approved conservation projects across West Virginia. Comments are due June 29, 2019. See http://apps.sos.wv.gov/adlaw/registers/readpdf.aspx?did=39839.

Land Use (generally)

Washington: Air (generally)

The Olympic Region Clean Air Agency proposed amendments to Wash. Admin. Code §19-11-066. The proposed amendments would identify permitting requirements for proper operation, maintenance, testing, and recordkeeping for gasoline dispensing facilities. A hearing will be held July 10, 2019. Comments are due July 8, 2019. See http://lawfilesext.leg.wa.gov/law/wsr/2019/11/19-11-066.htm.

Air (generally)

North Carolina: Clean Water Act (CWA)

The North Carolina Environmental Management Commission proposed to reissue the NPDES general permit for the discharge of wastewater resulting from greensand and conventional type water treatment facilities. Comments are due July 3, 2019. See https://files.nc.gov/ncoah/documents/Rules/NC-Register/Volume-33-Issue-2....

Clean Water Act (CWA)

Massachusetts: Water (generally)

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection proposed amendments to 310 Mass. Code Regs. 44.00 and 45.00. The proposed amendments would clarify that enhanced subsidies may be offered to borrowers for categories of projects designated by the Massachusetts Clean Water Trust in the annual project solicitation as priority projects. A hearing will be held June 12, 2019. Comments are due June 24, 2019. See http://www.sec.state.ma.us/spr/sprpub/053119b.pdf.

Water (generally)

Florida: Water (generally)

The Department of Environmental Protection proposed to adopt Fla. Admin. Code Ann. r. 62-304.800. The proposed adoption would establish TMDLs and their allocations for certain waters impaired for dissolved oxygen in the Caloosahatchee River Basin. A hearing will be held, if requested. See https://www.flrules.org/gateway/ruleNo.asp?id=62-304.800.

Water (generally)

Florida: Water (generally)

The Suwannee River Water Management District proposed to adopt Fla. Admin. Code Ann. r. 40B-8.101. The proposed adoption would implement new minimum flows and minimum water levers for the Steinhatchee River and associated priority springs to protect the area from significant harm resulting from consumptive uses of groundwater and surface water. A hearing will be held, if requested. See https://www.flrules.org/gateway/ruleNo.asp?id=40B-8.101.

Water (generally)

Florida: Water (generally)

The St. Johns River Water Management District proposed amendments to Fla. Admin. Code Ann. r. 40C-1.004, -1.1004, -1.1005, -1.1007, -1.1008, -1.135, -1.603, and -1.706. The proposed amendments would, among other things, update the delegation of sovereign submerged lands authority, update the permit fees rule, and update and clarify the rule on variances from water shortage orders and emergency orders. A hearing will be held, if requested. See https://www.flrules.org/gateway/ruleNo.asp?id=40C-1.004.

Water (generally)
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