15A NCAC 18B .0108       CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL AND DISAPPROVAL

(a)  The following criteria will be considered in determining whether state financial aid for chemical control, biological control and community education activities is appropriate:

(1)           surveillance and other needs data showing mosquito problems;

(2)           work plan;

(3)           approved local budget;

(4)           affected population;

(5)           proper storage and use of state and United States Environmental Protection Agency approved pesticides or other chemicals or biological materials in a manner not inconsistent with their respective label requirements;

(6)           dispersal of pesticides under accepted standards of supervision of properly licensed personnel;

(7)           permits, if necessary, from federal, state, and local governments.

(b)  The following criteria will be considered in determining whether state financial assistance for water management activities is appropriate:

(1)           surveillance and other needs data showing mosquito problems;

(2)           work plan;

(3)           approved local budget;

(4)           affected population;

(5)           permits, if necessary, from federal, state, and local governments;

(6)           easements obtained or being obtained from all property owners having property on which water management work is occurring;

(7)           use of approved equipment.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 130A‑347;

Eff. January 1, 1980;

Amended Eff. January 1, 1986; July 1, 1982.