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Commission Review
Log of Permanent Rule Filings
May 22, 2007 through June 20, 2007
Public Health, Commission for
The rules in Chapter 46 are adopted by the Commission for Public Health and concern local standards including general provisions (.0100); standards for local health departments (.0200) and local health department staff (.0300); and sanitation inspections (.0400).
Food, Lodging/Inst Sanitation/Public Swimming Pools/Spas
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10A NCAC 46 .0213
Insurance, Department of
The rules in Subchapter 11B concern special programs including securities (.0100); insurance holding company systems (.0200); variable annuities (.0300); workmen's compensation fund (.0400); promoting and holding companies (.0500); and workers' compensation self-insurance (.0600).
Transactions Subject to Prior Notice-Notice Filing
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11 NCAC 11B .0222
Coastal Resources Commission
The rules in Subchapter 7H are the state guidelines for areas of environmental concern (AECs) including introduction and general comments (.0100); the estuarine system (.0200); ocean hazard areas (.0300); public water supplies (.0400); natural and cultural resource areas (.0500); development standards (.0600); general permits for construction or maintenance of bulkheads and the placement of riprap for shoreline protection in estuarine and public trust waters (.1100); piers, docks and boat houses in estuarine and public trust waters (.1200); general permit to construct boat ramps along estuarine and public trust shorelines and into estuarine and public trust waters (.1300); groins in estuarine and public trust waters (.1400); excavation within or connecting to existing canals, channels, basins, or ditches in estuarine waters, public trust waters, and estuarine shoreline AECs (.1500); aerial and subaqueous utility lines with attendant structures in coastal wetlands, estuarine waters, public trust waters and estuarine shorelines (.1600); emergency work requiring a CAMA or a dredge and fill permit (.1700); beach bulldozing landward of the mean high-water mark in the ocean hazard AEC (.1800); temporary structures within the estuarine and ocean hazard AECs (.1900); authorizing minor modifications and repair to existing pier/mooring facilities in estuarine and public trust waters and ocean hazard areas (.2000); construction of sheetpile sill for shoreline protection in estuarine and public trust waters (.2100); construction of freestanding moorings in established waters and public trust areas (.2200); replacement of existing bridges and culverts in estuarine waters, estuarine shorelines, public trust areas and coastal wetlands (.2300); placement of riprap for wetland protection in estuarine and public trust waters (.2400); replacement of structures; the reconstruction of primary or frontal dune systems; and the maintenance excavation of existing canals, basins, channels, or ditches, damaged, destroyed, or filled in by hurricanes or tropical storms (.2500); construction of wetland, stream and buffer mitigation sites by the North Carolina Ecosystem Enhancement Program or the North Carolina Wetlands Restoration Program (.2600); and the construction of riprap sills for wetland enhancement in estuarine and public trust waters (.2700).
Approval Procedures
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15A NCAC 07H .1102
Approval Procedures
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15A NCAC 07H .1202
Approval Procedures
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15A NCAC 07H .1302
Approval Procedures
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15A NCAC 07H .1402
Approval Procedures
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15A NCAC 07H .2002
Approval Procedures
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15A NCAC 07H .2102
Approval Procedures
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15A NCAC 07H .2202
Approval Procedures
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15A NCAC 07H .2402
Approval Procedures
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15A NCAC 07H .2702
The rules in Chapter 7 pertain to coastal management and are promulgated by the Division of Coastal Management or the Coastal Resources Commission. The rules in Subchapter 7J concern procedures for handling major development permits, variance requests, appeals from minor development permit decisions and declaratory rulings. They include definitions (.0100); permit application and procedures (.0200); hearing procedures (.0300); final approval and enforcement (.0400); general permits (.0500); declaratory rulings and petitions for rulemaking (.0600); procedures for considering variance petitions (.0700); general permit procedure (.1100); static vegetation line exception procedures (.1200); and development line procedures (.1300).
Replacement of Existing Structures
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15A NCAC 07J .0210
The rules in Chapter 7 pertain to coastal management and are promulgated by the Division of Coastal Management or the Coastal Resources Commission. The rules in Subchapter 7K set out activities in areas of environmental concern (AECs) which do not require a Coastal Area Management Act (CAMA) permit. These include activities that are not considered development (.0100); exempt minor maintenance and improvement (.0200); and exempt federal agency activities (.0400).
Exemption/Accessory Uses/Maintenance Repair/Replacement
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15A NCAC 07K .0209
The rules in Subchapter 7M concern general policy guidelines for the coastal area including purpose and authority (.0100); shoreline erosion response policies (.0200); shorefront access policies (.0300); coastal energy policies (.0400); post-disaster policies (.0500); floating structure policies (.0600); mitigation policy (.0700); coastal water quality policies (.0800); policies on use of coastal airspace (.0900); policies on water and wetland based target areas for military training activities (.1000); policies on beneficial use and availability of materials resulting from the excavation or maintenance of navigational channels (.1100); and policies on ocean mining (.1200).
Guidelines for Public Access
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15A NCAC 07M .0303
Local Government and State Involvement in Access
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15A NCAC 07M .0306
Eligible Applicants/Grant Selection Criteria
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15A NCAC 07M .0307
Environment and Natural Resources, Department of (retired)
The rules in Chapter 11 are from the Radiation Protection Commission and cover a broad and diverse range of applications including general provisions (.0100); registration of radiation machines, facilities and services (.0200); licensing of radioactive material (.0300); safety requirements for industrial radiography operations (.0500); use of x-rays in the healing arts (.0600 - .0700); requirements for analytical x-ray (x-ray diffraction or florescence analysis) equipment (.0800); requirements for particle accelerators (.0900); requirements for notices, instructions, reports, and inspections (.1000); fees (.1100); land disposal of radioactive waste (.1200); tanning facilities and equipment (.1400); requirements for obtaining licenses authorizing access to low-level radioactive waste disposal facilities (.1500); and standards for protection against radiation resulting from activities regulated by this Chapter (.1600).`
Payment Due
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15A NCAC 11 .1102
Delinquent and Uncollectible Fees
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15A NCAC 11 .1104
X-Ray Fee Amounts
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15A NCAC 11 .1105
Radioactive Materials and Accelerator Fee Amounts
Adopt
15A NCAC 11 .1106
Fees and Payment
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15A NCAC 11 .1423
Public Health, Commission for
The rules in Chapter 18 cover environmental aspects of health such as sanitation (18A), mosquito control (18B), water supplies (18C), and water treatment facility operators (18D). The rules in Subchapter 18A deal with sanitation and include handling, packing and shipping of crustacean meat (.0100) and shellfish (.0300 and .0400); operation of shellstock plants and reshippers (.0500); shucking and packing plants (.0600); depuration mechanical purification facilities (.0700); wet storage of shellstock (.0800); shellfish growing waters (.0900); summer camps (.1000); grade A milk (.1200); hospitals, nursing homes, rest homes, etc. (.1300); mass gatherings (.1400); local confinement facilities (.1500); residential care facilities (.1600); protection of water supplies (.1700); lodging places (.1800); sewage treatment and disposal systems (.1900); migrant housing (.2100); bed and breakfast homes (.2200); delegation of authority to enforce rules (.2300); public, private and religious schools (.2400); public swimming pools (.2500); restaurants, meat markets, and other food handling establishments (.2600); child day care facilities (.2800); restaurant and lodging fee collection program (.2900); bed and breakfast inns (.3000); lead poisoning prevention (.3100); tattooing (.3200); adult day service facilities (.3300); primitive camps (.3500); rules governing the sanitation of resident camps (.3600); and private drinking water well sampling (.3800).
Modifications to Septic Tank Systems
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15A NCAC 18A .1956
Definitions
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15A NCAC 18A .2601
Inspections and Reinspections
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15A NCAC 18A .2604
Revenue, Department of
The rules in Chapter 10 are from the Ad Valorem Tax Division and concern organization of the division (.0100); general provisions (.0200); exclusion for property used for pollution abatement (.0300); exclusion for personal property used for cotton dust prevention or reduction (.0400); and training/certification of county assessors and ad valorem tax appraisals (.0500).
Continuing Education Requirements for County Assessors
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17 NCAC 10 .0505
Continuing Education Requirements for County Appraisers
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17 NCAC 10 .0507
Acupuncture Licensing Board
The rules in Chapter 1 are from the North Carolina Acupuncture Licensing Board including licensure (.0100); renewal of licensure (.0200); continuing education (.0300); practice parameters and procedures (.0400); schools and colleges of acupuncture (.0500); code of ethics (.0600); and administrative procedures (.0700).
Application and Practice Requirements for Licensure
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21 NCAC 01 .0101
Fees
Amend
21 NCAC 01 .0103
Change of Name or Address
Adopt
21 NCAC 01 .0106
Board Mailing Address
Adopt
21 NCAC 01 .0107
Renewal of Licensure
Amend
21 NCAC 01 .0201
Process to Obtain Inactive License; Activate License
Adopt
21 NCAC 01 .0202
Standards for Continuing Education
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21 NCAC 01 .0301
Interpreter and Transliterator Licensing Board
The rules in Chapter 25 are from the Interpreter and Transliterator Board including general provisions (.0100); licensing (.0200); moral fitness for licensure (.0300); reporting and disclosure requirements (.0400); continuing education (.0500); administrative procedure (.0600); and sanctions (.0700).
Renewal of a Provisional License
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21 NCAC 25 .0205
Persons Who Are Ineligible to Apply for a License
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21 NCAC 25 .0209
Time-Limited, Nonresident Exemption
Adopt
21 NCAC 25 .0210
Continuing Education Requirements
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21 NCAC 25 .0501
Proration of Continuing Education Requirements
Adopt
21 NCAC 25 .0502
Failure to Meet Continuing Education Requirements
Adopt
21 NCAC 25 .0503
CEU Credit for College Courses
Adopt
21 NCAC 25 .0504
CEU Credit for Workshops, Conferences, and Independent St...
Adopt
21 NCAC 25 .0505
CEU Credit For Workshops, Conferences, and Independent St...
Adopt
21 NCAC 25 .0506
Schedule of Penalties
Adopt
21 NCAC 25 .0701
Evaluation of Mitigating and Aggravating Factors
Adopt
21 NCAC 25 .0702
Identification of Separate Offenses
Adopt
21 NCAC 25 .0703
Landscape Architects, Board of
The rules in Chapter 26 are from the Board of Landscape Architects and include statutory and administrative provisions (.0100); practice rules for registered landscape architects (.0200); examination and licensing procedures (.0300); rules, petitions and hearings (.0400); and board disciplinary procedures (.0500).
Application of Professional Seal
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21 NCAC 26 .0207
Examination
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21 NCAC 26 .0301
Certificate of Reciprocity
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21 NCAC 26 .0303