Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board
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RECENTLY SUBMITTED PETITIONS:
APPLY TO BE A HEARING BOARD MEMBER - DEADLINE APRIL 30, 2021
The San Diego County Air Pollution Control District is now accepting applications for two members to join the Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board (in accordance with the California Health and Safety Code Section 40800). The available seats are for candidates meeting one of the following requirements:
- Medical professional with specialized skills, training, or
interests in the fields of environmental medicine, community
medicine, or occupational/toxicologic medicine; and
- Public member
The duties of the Hearing Board include consideration of variance requests from permitted entities, permit appeals from permittees or members of the public, and requests for abatement orders. The Hearing Board is made up of five members, which include one member admitted to practice law in California, one registered professional engineer, one member from the medical profession, and two public members.
Hearing Board members will be appointed by the APCD Governing Board during a public meeting and will serve a term of three years. The deadline to apply is April 30, 2021.
To apply, please complete the following:
SAN DIEGO COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT HEARING BOARD
The Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board is composed of five members appointed by the Air Pollution Control District Governing Board (APCDGB). This Board is administered by the Clerk of the Air Pollution Control District Governing Board. The members of the Board have professional experience in the fields of medicine, engineering, law, and include two members of the public. The Board is an impartial entity established to hear and decide appeals from permit denials, application for variances from Air Pollution Control District Rules and Regulations, hear abatement order requests. Persons or companies requiring a Variance from the Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board may file a Request for Variance via email to APCDVariance@sdcounty.ca.gov, USPS mail, or in person at the office of the Air Pollution Control District c/o Governing Board Clerk, 10124 Old Grove Road, San Diego, CA 92131. For questions regarding this process, you may call (858) 245-8249 or email APCDVariance@sdcounty.ca.gov. An appropriate fee is collected at the time the Variance is requested.
Information on how to file a petition or appeal - also includes fee information.
Forms for filing a petition for variance, permit appeal, and more.
The Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board's meeting calendar and filing deadlines for the calendar year.
APCD Hearing Board minutes from past hearings.
Current APCD Heaing Board rules of procedure.
Current member composition of the Hearing Board.
COVID-19 PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
Due to the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) public health emergency, the County of San Diego has made several changes to Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board meetings to protect the public's health..
California Governor Gavin Newsom issued Executive Order N-29-20 on March 17, 2020, relating to the convening of public meetings in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Pursuant to the Executive Order, and to maintain the orderly conduct of the meeting, the Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board will only be conducting hearings via video conferencing or teleconference and will participate in the meeting to the same extent as if they were present.
Additionally, the County of San Diego will allow the public to participate in the meetings via teleconference, instead of attending in person. Due to the Executive Order to stay home, in person participation at Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board meetings will not be allowed at this time.
Here's How You Can Stay Engaged!
Members of the public wishing to participate via telephone should contact the Clerk at (858) 245-8249 to obtain the call-in number and correlating access code.
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