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Petition No. 1999-02

LCB File No. R018-99

Date Received by Commission: 10/26/1998

Summary: Mining Water Pollution Control Fee Stabilization

Current Status: Codification completed 7/31/00 by LCB

Nevada Administrative Code: 445A.070 to 445A.348

Permanent Adoption/Hearing: 09/09/1999

Temporary Adoption: 12/09/1998

Effective/Filed: 09/27/1999

Codified by LCB: 07/31/2000

Petitioner: NDEP / Bureau of Mining Regulation & Reclamation

Description of Petition:

Petition 1999-02 (LCB R018-99) is a permanent regulation amending NAC 445A.232 "fees" in the water pollution program by extending the date of expiration from July 1, 1999, to July 1, 2001. The portion of NAC 445A.232 effective from July 1, 1999 to July 1, 1999 is repealed, and that portion of NAC 445A.232 effective on July 1, 2001 is retained. This petition affected mining water pollution control discharge fees. This petition amends a 1997 action where the fees were amended with three rolling escalating fee schedules between the time of adoption and the year 2001. Those mining water pollution control fees currently in effect were retained until July 1, 2001. The intermediate fee schedule was repealed by this action.

Annotated History of the Petition:

Petition 1999-02 was received by the Commission as a temporary regulation on 10/26/98; it goes before the Commission on 12/9/98 for adoption; adopted as submitted on 12/9/98; to Sec of State 12/14/98; expires 11/1/1999 as temporary regulation; adopted by SEC 9/9/1999 as a permanent regulation to LCB on 9/14/1999; before Leg Commission 9/27/1999; approved; filed w/Sec State on 9/27/1999; codified 7/31/2000.





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