Division of Minerals
Commission on Mineral Resources
Division of Forestry
State Health Board
Division of Water Resources
Tony Wasley, Director
Dept. of Wildlife
Deputy Attorney General
Meeting May 3, 2017
The State Environmental Commission (SEC) will hold a meeting on Wednesday November 16, 2016 at 10:00 am in Carson City.
The meeting location is in Carson City at the
located at 901 South Stewart Street (2nd floor, Tahoe Room). The meeting will also be video-conferenced in Las Vegas at the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection office located at 2030 E. Flamingo Rd., Suite 230.
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1) Call to Order, Roll Call, Establish Quorum: (Discussion)
2) Public Comments: Members
of the public are invited to speak before the SEC; however, no action may be
taken on a matter during public comment until the matter itself had been included
on an agenda as an item for possible action. Public comment will be limited to
ten minutes per person at the discretion of the chairperson. (Discussion)
4) Petition for Variance: (For
Pursuant to NAC s.
In making application to the SEC for a variance.
Request & CCAQM
- BAPC Reference Information
- Settlement Table
6) — NOAV No. XXXX (For
Recommendation: Approve NDEP-recommended penalty amount of XX for NOAV No.
Alleged failure to apply for and obtain an operating permit.
- SEC Notification
- NDEP NOAV
NDEP Regulatory Petitions
9) Permanent Regulation RXXX-XX - Bureau
Approve and adopt permanent regulatory petition as proposed, or
take other action as appropriate. (For Possible Action)
The proposed amendments pertain to NAC.
The NDEP proposes to .
Documents in Adobe PDF File Format
- Date, 2017 — NDEP
Draft Regulation [XX pages]
10) Administrator's Briefing to the Commission: (Discussion) NDEP
Deputy Administrator, Jennifer Carr, will brief the Commission on management
11) Public Comment (Discussion) Members
of the public will be invited to speak before the SEC; however, no action may
be taken on a matter during public comment until the matter itself has been
included on an agenda as an item for possible action. Public comment may be
limited to ten minutes per person at the discretion of the chairperson. (See
Nevada Open Meeting Law Manual - Page 58 and 81)
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Persons wishing to comment on the proposed actions of the State Environmental Commission (SEC) may appear at the scheduled public hearing or may address their comments, data, views, or arguments in written form to: State Environmental Commission, 901 South Stewart Street, Suite 4001, Carson City, Nevada 89701-5249. The SEC must receive written submissions at least five days before the scheduled public hearing.
If no person who is directly affected by the proposed action appears to request time to make an oral presentation, the SEC may proceed immediately to act upon any written submissions.
Members of the public can inspect copies of the regulations to be adopted at the State Library and Archives in Carson City (100 Stewart Street), and at the offices of the Division of Environmental Protection in Carson City and Las Vegas. The Carson City office is located at 901 South Stewart Street, Suite 4001 and the Las Vegas office is located at 2030 E. Flamingo Rd. Suite 230.
As required by the provisions of chapters 233B and 241 of Nevada Revised Statutes, the public notice for this hearing was posted at the following locations: the Bryan Building (901 South Stewart Street, Carson City, Nevada); the offices of the Division of Environmental Protection in Las Vegas (2030 E. Flamingo Rd. Suite 230), the Nevada Division of Minerals, 400 W. King Street, Carson City, NV and at the Nevada Department of Wildlife (1100 Valley Road, Reno, Nevada).
In addition, copies of this notice have been deposited electronically at major library branches in each county in Nevada. This notice and the text of the proposed regulations are also available on the State Environmental Commission's website at: SEC.NV.GOV. All of the proposed regulations denoted in this notice, including previous drafts, are or will be posted on the Legislative Counsel Bureau's website
Members of the public who are disabled and require special accommodations or
assistance at the meeting are requested to notify, in writing, the Nevada State
Environmental Commission, in care of Valerie King, Executive Secretary, 901 South
Stewart Street, Suite 4001, Carson City, Nevada 89701-5249, facsimile (775) 687-5856,
or by calling (775) 687-9374, no later than 5:00 p.m. on November 7th,