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Regulations: Title 14, Natural Resources--Division 7

Chapter 9. Planning Guidelines and Procedures for Preparing and Revising Countywide and Regional Agency Integrated Waste Management Plans

Article 8. Procedures for Preparing and Revising Siting Elements, Summary Plans, and Countywide and Regional Agency Integrated Waste Management Plans

Section 18776. Procedures for the Preparation and Submittal of the Siting Element and Summary Plan.

(a) Except as provided in subsection (b)(3)(B) of this section, each county shall prepare and adopt a Siting Element and a Summary Plan which shall be part of the Countywide Integrated Waste Management Plan (CIWMP), pursuant to Public Resources Code sections 41700 through 41826.

(b) Where a regional agency has been formed, the following requirements shall apply:

(1) Each regional agency composed of member agencies that do not extend beyond the boundaries of a single county and does include the unincorporated area of the county, shall prepare and submit to the Board a Siting Element and a Summary Plan which shall be part of the CIWMP.

(2) Each regional agency composed of member agencies that do not extend beyond the boundaries of a single county, but does not include the unincorporated area of the county, shall be included in the documents prepared pursuant to subsection (a) of this section for the preparation and submittal of the Siting Element and Summary Plan.

(3) Each regional agency composed of two or more counties and all cities within those counties, shall prepare and submit to the Board one of the following as part of the Regional Agency Integrated Waste Management Plan (RAIWMP):

(A) a countywide Siting Element and Summary Plan for each county within the regional agency; or

(B) a regionwide Siting Element and Summary Plan for the regional agency.

(4) Each regional agency composed of more than one county, but which does not include all of the cities within those counties, shall be included in the documents prepared pursuant to subsection (a) of this section for the preparation and submittal of the Siting Element and Summary Plan for each county of the regional agency.

(5) Each regional agency composed of more than one county, and which includes all of the cities and the unincorporated area within at least one of those counties, but not all of the cities within the other county(ies), shall prepare and submit to the Board a Siting Element and Summary Plan as part of the RAIWMP for each county that is wholly encompassed in the regional agency.

(c) Each county and regional agency shall designate the agency responsible for preparing its Siting Element and Summary Plan; and shall notify the Board, in writing, within 30 days of the effective date of this article or the formation of a regional agency. Each county and regional agency shall notify the Board, in writing, of any change in the designation of a responsible agency within 30 days of the change.

(d) For the purposes of this article, "countywide" shall be defined as including the incorporated cities within the county and the unincorporated areas of the county. For purposes of this article, "county" shall include the Board of Supervisors as the legislative and executive body of county government, and any designated agency responsible for solid waste management.

(e) For the purposes of this article, "regionwide" shall be defined as including the member agencies of a regional agency. For the purposes of this article, "regional agency" shall be the governing entity created by a voluntary agreement between cities and/or counties to carry out the mandates of Public Resources Code section 41780. A city or county which is a party to such an agreement shall be considered a "member agency" of the regional agency. A regional agency may authorize one district, as defined in subdivision (a) of Section 41821.2 of the Public Resources Code, to include as a member of the regional agency.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Sections 40051, 40970-40975, 40977, 41700, 41701, 41702, 41703, 41704, 41750, 41750.1, 41751, 41791, and 41821.2 , Public Resources Code.


Section 18777. Role of the Local Task Force.

(a) The role of the Local Task Force (LTF) shall be to assist and advise the agency(ies) responsible for preparation of the Siting Element and the Summary Plan. The LTF shall guide the preparation and review of these documents prior to their circulation to reviewing agencies and to the Board, to aid in ensuring that the county or regional agency adequately plans for meeting future solid waste handling and disposal needs.

(b) Within 30 days of its establishment, the LTF shall determine and verify the remaining permitted combined disposal capacity of existing solid waste disposal facilities in the county or regional agency.

(c) If the county and the cities within the county determine that the representation of the current LTF is not adequately addressing the needs of the county, cities, or public, a new LTF may be established. The new LTF membership shall be approved as described in Public Resources Code section 40950. Within 30 days of the establishment of the new LTF, a membership roster containing the names, phone numbers, and member representation shall be sent to the Board.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Sections 40001, 40950, 41751, and 41791, Public Resources Code.


Section 18778. Public Participation in the Preparation of the Preliminary Draft Siting Element and Summary Plan.

(a) The general public, affected governmental entities, and private industries shall be given an opportunity to comment on the development and implementation of the preliminary Siting Element and Summary Plan at informative meetings and public hearings.

(1) The agency(ies) responsible for preparing the preliminary Siting Element and Summary Plan shall hold at least one public meeting to receive public comment on these preliminary draft documents. Notice of the public meeting shall be provided pursuant to section 18782 of this article.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Sections 40900, and 41793, Public Resources Code.


Section 18779. Procedures for the Preparation and Review of the Preliminary Draft Siting Element and Summary Plan.

(a) Preparation of the Preliminary Draft Siting Element and Summary Plan. Each county and regional agency shall prepare a preliminary draft of its Siting Element and Summary Plan. The agency(ies) responsible for preparation of the preliminary draft(s) shall consider LTF recommendations and public input during the development and revision phases. The preliminary draft(s) shall be sent to the LTF, incorporated cities within the county, member agencies within the regional agency, and the Board.

(b) Review by LTF. The preliminary draft Siting Element and Summary Plan shall be reviewed by the LTF. Within 45 days of receipt of each preliminary draft, the LTF shall send written comments to the Board and to the agency preparing each preliminary draft document.

(c) Review by Incorporated Cities. Within 45 days of receipt of the preliminary draft Siting Element and Summary Plan, each incorporated city within the county and regional agency, shall review each preliminary draft and send written comments to the agency responsible for preparing each preliminary draft document.

(d) Review by Member Agencies. Within 45 days of receipt of the preliminary draft Siting Element and Summary Plan, each member agency within the regional agency, shall review each preliminary draft and send written comments to the agency responsible for preparing each preliminary draft document.

(e) Review by the Board. Three hardcopies of the preliminary draft Siting Element and Summary Plan or two hardcopies and two magnetically coded disks in a Board approved format shall be submitted to the Board. Within 45 days of receipt of the required copies of the preliminary draft Siting Element and Summary Plan, the Board shall send written comments on the adequacy of each preliminary draft to meet the requirements of the Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989, as amended, to the agency responsible for preparing each draft document. A copy of the Board's preliminary draft Siting Element and Summary Plan comments shall be simultaneously sent to the LTF.

(f) Other Agencies. A copy of the preliminary draft Siting Element and Summary Plan shall be submitted to all associations of governments and to any Local Enforcement Agency located within the boundaries of the county or regional agency. Within 45 days of receipt of the preliminary draft Siting Element and Summary Plan, each of those agencies receiving a copy may send written comments to the agency responsible for preparing the preliminary draft document.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Sections 40900, 40950, 41700, 41701, 41703, 41704, 41710, 41750, 41751, and 41791, Public Resources Code.


Section 18780. Procedures for the Preparation of the Final Draft Siting Element and Summary Plan.

No later than 105 days after the close of the 45 day review period for the preliminary draft Siting Element and Summary Plan, the agency responsible for preparing each draft document shall respond in writing to each comment received on each preliminary draft, and prepare a the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan.

(a) A copy of the final draft countywide Siting Element and Summary Plan, including a copy of the written responses to comments received, shall be sent to the LTF, each incorporated city in the county, each Local Enforcement Agency (LEA) in the county, applicable associations of governments, and any regional agencies in the county.

(b) A copy of the final draft regionwide Siting Element and Summary Plan, including a copy of the written responses to comments received, shall be sent to each member agency of the regional agency formed pursuant to section 18776(b)(3) of this chapter, each LTF and LEA in the regional agency, and applicable associations of governments.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Sections 40900, 40950, 41700, 41701, 41703, 41704, 41710, 41750, and 41751, Public Resources Code.


Section 18781. Local Task Force Review Process.

(a) Within 45 days of receipt of the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan, the LTF shall submit written comments to the following:

(1) the county or regional agency responsible for the preparation of the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan;

(2) each incorporated city within the county or each member agency within the regional agency;

(3) each regional agency within the county; and

(4) the Board.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Sections 40950 and 41751, Public Resources Code.


Section 18782. Notice Requirements for Public Hearings.

(a) At least 30 days in advance of the scheduled public hearing to take comments on the preliminary draft Siting Element and Summary Plan as specified in CCR section 18778 of this article, the county shall publish a notice of the public hearing in a local newspaper of general circulation.

(b) At least 30 days in advance of the scheduled public hearing for the purpose of adopting the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan, as specified in CCR section 18783 of this article, each incorporated city within the county and the county or designee shall publish a notice of the public hearing in a local newspaper of general circulation.

(c) At least 30 days in advance of the scheduled public hearing to take comments on the preliminary draft Siting Element and Summary Plan, as specified in CCR section 18778 of this article, the regional agency formed pursuant to section 18776(b)(3) of this article shall publish a notice of the public hearing in a local newspaper of general circulation.

(d) At least 30 days in advance of the scheduled public hearing for the purpose of adopting the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan, as specified in CCR section 18783 of this article, each member agency within the regional agency and the regional agency shall publish a notice of the public hearing in a local newspaper of general circulation.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Section 41793, Public Resources Code.


Section 18783. Local Adoption of the Final Draft Siting Element and Summary Plan, and the Countywide and Regional Agency Integrated Waste Management Plans.

(a) Local adoption of the CIWMP will occur when the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan are adopted by the county and the cities within the county as described in Public Resources Code section 41721 and 41760. A final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan submitted for local adoption shall be accompanied by environmental documentation verifying compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), pursuant to Public Resources Code sections 21000 et seq.

(1) Each incorporated city in the county, and the county, shall conduct a public hearing for the purpose of adopting the final draft Siting Element and the Summary Plan. After considering all public comments, the county and each city within the county shall, by resolution, either approve or disapprove the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan. Failure by a city to take action on the Siting Element or Summary Plan shall be deemed an approval of the Siting Element or Summary Plan by that city.

(2) If the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan are not approved by the county and the cities within the county, pursuant to PRC sections 41721 and 41760, then the county shall revise the deficient areas within 90 days of the close of the local jurisdiction review period specified in PRC section 41721 and recirculate them for local approval, pursuant to sections 18780 through 18785 of this article. These revised documents shall be approved as described in Public Resources Code sections 41721 and 41760.

(b) Local adoption of the RAIWMP for a regional agency preparing documents pursuant to section 18776(b)(3)(A) and (5) of this article will occur when the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan from each county that makes up the regional agency have been adopted by the county and cities within the county. These revised documents shall be approved as described in Public Resources Code sections 41721 and 41760. A final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan shall be accompanied by environmental documentation verifying compliance with CEQA, pursuant to Public Resources Code sections 21000 et seq.

(1) Each incorporated city in the county, and each county, shall conduct a public hearing for the purpose of adopting the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan. After considering all public comments, each county and each city within the county shall, by resolution, either approve or disapprove the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan.

(2) If the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan are not approved by each county and the cities within each county as described in Public Resources Code sections 41721 and 41760, then the county responsible for preparing the final draft Siting Element and the Summary Plan shall revise the deficient areas within 90 days of the close of the local jurisdiction review period specified in PRC section 41721 and recirculate them for local approval, pursuant to sections 18780 through 18785 of this article.

(c) Local adoption of the RAIWMP for a regional agency preparing documents pursuant to section 18776(b)(3)(B) of this article will occur when the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan have been approved by the regional agency and by a majority of the member agencies within the regional agency except in those regional agencies which have only two member agencies, in which case the Siting Element and Summary Plan are subject to approval of the member agency which contains a majority of the population of the member agencies of the county. Each member agency shall act upon the Siting Element and the Summary Plan within 90 days after receipt of the documents. If a member agency fails to act upon the Siting Element and Summary Plan within 90 days after receipt of the element and plan, the member agency shall be deemed to have approved the Siting Element and Summary Plan as submitted. A final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan submitted for local adoption shall be accompanied by environmental documentation verifying compliance with CEQA, pursuant to Public Resources Code sections 21000 et seq.

(1) Each member agency, and the regional agency, shall conduct a public hearing for the purpose of adopting the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan. After considering all public comments, the regional agency and each member agency within the regional agency shall, by resolution, either approve or disapprove the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan.

(2) If the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan are not approved as provided in subsection (c) of this section, then the regional agency responsible for preparing the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan shall revise the deficient areas within 90 days of the close of the local jurisdiction review period specified in PRC section 41721 and recirculate them for local approval, pursuant to sections 18780 through 18785 of this article. These revised documents shall be approved as described in subsection (c) above.

(d) Local approval of the RAIWMP for a regional agency formed pursuant to section 18776(b)(4) of this article will occur when the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan for each county where the regional agency exists have been adopted by the cities and each county. The final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan shall be approved as described in Public Resources Code sections 41721 and 41760. A final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan submitted for local adoption shall be accompanied by environmental documentation verifying compliance with CEQA, pursuant to Public Resources Code sections 21000 et seq.

(1) Each incorporated city in each county, and each county, shall conduct a public hearing for the purpose of adopting the final draft Siting Element and the Summary Plan. After considering all public comments, each county and city within each county shall, by resolution, either approve or disapprove the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan.

(2) If the final draft Siting Element and Summary Plan are not approved by each county and cities within each county, then each county shall revise the deficient areas within 90 days of the close of the local jurisdiction review period specified in PRC section 41721 of this article and recirculate them for local approval, pursuant to sections 18780 through 18785 of this article. These documents shall be approved as described in Public Resources Code section 41721 and 41760. These revised documents shall be approved as described in this subsection (d) above.

(e) If a jurisdiction or member agency disapproves the Siting Element or the Summary Plan, the jurisdiction or member agency shall give written notification to the LTF, the County Board of Supervisors and the Board of the deficient areas in the Siting Element or the Summary Plan within 30 days of disapproval.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Sections 40950, 40971, 41000, 41720, 41721, 41751, and 41760, Public Resources Code.


Section 18784. Submittal of Countywide and Regional Agency Integrated Waste Management Plan to the Board for Approval.

(a) Within 30 days of the local adoption of the CIWMP, as provided in section 18783 of this article, the county shall submit, unless any of these documents have been submitted pursuant to the requirements of this chapter, three hardcopies, or two hardcopies and two magnetically coded disks in a format approved by Board staff, of the following to the Board:

1) for a county with no regional agency within its boundaries, a CIWMP consisting of the Source Reduction and Recycling Elements (SRRE's), Household Hazardous Waste Elements (HHWE's), and Nondisposal Facility Elements (NDFE's) for the county and each city within the county, and the Siting Element and Summary Plan;

(2) for a county which contains one or more regional agencies the CIWMP shall include:

(A) a SRRE, HHWE, and NDFE for each city that is not a member agency of the regional agency and for the county if it is not a member agency of the regional agency;

(B) a SRRE, HHWE, and NDFE for each city that is a member agency of the regional agency and for the county if it is a member agency of the regional agency, or the SRRE, HHWE, and NDFE for the regional agency, if the regional agency has elected to prepare one or more of these documents as a regional agency;

(C) a countywide Siting Element and Summary Plan.

(3) a copy of the agreement forming a regional agency pursuant to Public Resources Code section 40975;

(4) a copy of each jurisdiction's resolution adopting its SRRE, HHWE, and NDFE, and approving or disapproving the Siting Element and Summary Plan;

(5) a copy of the public notices for each jurisdiction's public hearings on the SRRE, HHWE, NDFE, Siting Element and Summary Plan;

(6) a copy of the Notice of Determination, for the project's CEQA document(s), which has been filed with the State Clearinghouse in the Office of Planning and Research;

(7) a tabulation showing that the Siting Element and Summary Plan were approved by the county and the cities within the county in accordance with sections 41721 and 41760 of the Public Resources Code.

(b) Within 30 days of the local adoption of the RAIWMP, as provided in section 18783 of this article, the regional agency shall submit, unless these documents have already been submitted pursuant to the requirements of this chapter, three hardcopies, or two hardcopies and two magnetically coded disks in a format approved by Board staff, of the following to the Board:

(1) for a regional agency composed of two or more counties and all of the cities within those counties, the RAIWMP shall include either:

(A) a SRRE, HHWE, and NDFE for each city and county which are member agencies of the regional agency and the Siting Element and Summary Plan for each county; or

(B) a SRRE, HHWE, NDFE, Siting Element, and Summary Plan for the regional agency.

(2) for a regional agency composed of more than one county, but which does not encompass all of the cities within those counties, a RAIWMP consisting of a SRRE and HHWE, and a NDFE for the regional agency;

(3) for a regional agency composed of more than one county, and which includes all of the cities and the unincorporated area within at least one of those counties, but not all of the cities within the other county(ies), the RAIWMP shall include a SRRE and HHWE for the regional agency, a NDFE for each city and the county that is a member agency of the regional agency, and a Siting Element and Summary Plan for each county that is wholly encompassed by the regional agency.

(4) a copy of the agreement forming a regional agency pursuant to Public Resources Code section 40975;

(5) a copy of each jurisdiction's resolution adopting its SRRE, HHWE, and approving or disapproving the Siting Element and Summary Plan;

(6) a copy of the public notices for each jurisdiction's public hearing on the applicable preliminary draft and final draft SRRE, HHWE, and Siting Element and Summary Plan;

(7) a copy of the Notice of Determination, for the project's CEQA document(s), which has been filed with the State Clearinghouse in the Office of Planning and Research;

(8) a tabulation showing that the Siting Element and Summary Plan were approved by the county and the cities within the county in accordance with sections 41721 and 41760 of the Public Resources Code or by each member agency of a regional agency in accordance with section 18783(c) of this article.

(c) The Board's 120 day review period for consideration of approval of the Siting Element and the Summary Plan will commence upon determination by the Board that the accompanying documents required in section 18784 of this article have been submitted and are included or referenced by the submitting jurisdiction.

(1) Within 30 days of receipt of the Siting Element and the Summary Plan submitted for approval, the Board shall indicate to the submitting jurisdiction whether all requirements in section 18784 of this article have been fulfilled. If the jurisdiction is notified that the required documents have not been submitted, the jurisdiction shall submit the remaining document(s) within 30 days of notification.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Sections 40975, 41720, 41721, 41760, 41790, 41791 and 41793, Public Resources Code.


Section 18785. Board Approval of Countywide and Regional Agency Integrated Waste Management Plan.

(a) Following submittal of a locally adopted CIWMP or RAIWMP to the Board, the Board shall have at least 90 days, but not more than 120 days, with a median of 105 days, to review and act upon the CIWMP or RAIWMP. The Board, at a public hearing, shall determine whether the CIWMP or RAIWMP meets the requirements of the California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989 as amended. After considering public testimony, input from the LTF, and written comments, the Board shall approve, conditionally approve, or disapprove the CIWMP or RAIWMP. The Board shall either adopt a resolution approving or conditionally approving, the CIWMP or RAIWMP, or issue a Notice identifying deficiencies in the CIWMP or RAIWMP.

(b) Within 30 days of approval, conditional approval, or disapproval of a CIWMP or RAIWMP, the Board will send a copy of the resolution of approval or conditional approval, or a Notice identifying the deficiencies to the jurisdiction(s) responsible for preparation of the CIWMP or RAIWMP and any Element containing deficiencies.

(1) In a Notice of Deficiency, the Board shall identify the deficient areas in a CIWMP or RAIWMP and provide a written analysis of why these areas are deficient and provide recommendations to correct deficient areas.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Sections 41790, 41800, 41801, and 41810, Public Resources Code.


Section 18786. Resubmittal of Countywide and Regional Agency Integrated Waste Management Plans or Designated Sections of Countywide and Regional Agency Integrated Waste Management Plans After a Finding of Deficiency.

A county or regional agency shall modify and resubmit the modified sections of the CIWMP or RAIWMP which were identified in the Notice of Deficiency, in accordance with the requirements of Public Resources Code sections 41811, 41811.5, and 41812 and with sections 18780 through 18784 of this article. If a county or regional agency is unable to submit a modified CIWMP or RAIWMP within 120 days of receipt of the Notice of Deficiency, then within 45 days of receipt of the Notice of Deficiency, a county or regional agency shall submit a modification schedule and an explanation of the need for extension to the Board.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Sections 41790, 41810, 41811, 41812 and 41813, Public Resources Code.


Section 18787. Repealed.


Section 18788. Five-Year Review and Revision of the Countywide or Regional Agency Integrated Waste Management Plan.

(a) CIWMP or RAIWMP Review. Prior to the fifth anniversary of Board approval of a CIWMP or RAIWMP, or its most recent revision, the LTF shall complete a review of the CIWMP or RAIWMP in accordance with Public Resources Code sections 40051, 40052, and 41822, to assure that the county's and regional agency's waste management practices remain consistent with the hierarchy of waste management practices defined in Public Resources Code, section 40051.

(1) Prior to the fifth anniversary of Board approval of the CIWMP or RAIWMP, the LTF shall submit written comments on areas of the CIWMP or RAIWMP which require revision, if any, to the county or regional agency and the Board.

(2) Within 45 days of receiving LTF comments, the county or regional agency shall determine if a revision is necessary, and notify the LTF and the Board of its findings in a CIWMP or RAIWMP Review Report.

(3) When preparing the CIWMP or RAIWMP Review Report the county or regional agency shall address at least the following:

(A) changes in demographics in the county or regional agency;

(B) changes in quantities of waste within the county or regional agency;

(C) changes in funding sources for administration of the Siting Element and Summary Plan;

(D) changes in administrative responsibilities;

(E) programs that were scheduled to be implemented but were not, a statement as to why they were not implemented, the progress of programs that were implemented, a statement as to whether programs are meeting their goals, and if not what contingency measures are being enacted to ensure compliance with Public Resources Code section 41751;

(F) changes in permitted disposal capacity, and quantities of waste disposed of in the county or regional agency;

(G) changes in available markets for recyclable materials; and

(H) changes in the implementation schedule.

(4) Within 90 days of receipt of the CIWMP or RAIWMP Review Report, the Board shall review the county's or regional agency's findings, and at a public hearing, approve or disapprove the county's or regional agency's findings. Within 30 days of its action, the Board shall send a copy of its resolution, approving or disapproving the county's or regional agency's findings, to the LTF and the county or regional agency. If the Board has identified additional areas that require revision, the Board shall identify those areas in its resolution.

(b) CIWMP or RAIWMP Revision. If a revision is necessary the county or regional agency shall submit a CIWMP or RAIWMP revision schedule to the Board.

(1) The county or regional agency shall revise the CIWMP or RAIWMP in the areas noted as deficient in the CIWMP or RAIWMP Review Report and/or as identified by the Board.

(2) The county or regional agency shall revise and resubmit its CIWMP or RAIWMP pursuant to the requirements of sections 18780 through 18784 of this article.

(c) The county shall submit all revisions of its CIWMP to the Board for approval. The revised CIWMP shall be reviewed pursuant to the requirements of sections 18784 through 18786 of this article.

(d) The regional agency shall submit all revisions of its RAIWMP to the Board for approval. The revised RAIWMP shall be reviewed pursuant to the requirements of sections 18784 through 18786 of this article.

Note:

Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code.
Reference: Sections 40051, 40052, 41750, 41760, 41770, and 41822, Public Resources Code.

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