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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 21160-21162



21160.  Whenever any person applies to any public agency for a
lease, permit, license, certificate, or other entitlement for use,
the public agency may require that person to submit data and
information which may be necessary to enable the public agency to
determine whether the proposed project may have a significant effect
on the environment or to prepare an environmental impact report.
   If any or all of the information so submitted is a "trade secret"
as defined in Section 6254.7 of the Government Code by those
submitting that information, it shall not be included in the impact
report or otherwise disclosed by any public agency. This section
shall not be construed to prohibit the exchange of properly
designated trade secrets between public agencies who have lawful
jurisdiction over the preparation of the impact report.



21161.  Whenever a public agency has completed an environmental
impact report, it shall cause a notice of completion of that report
to be filed with the Office of Planning and Research. The notice of
completion shall briefly identify the project and shall indicate that
an environmental impact report has been prepared. The notice of
completion shall identify the project location by latitude and
longitude. Failure to file the notice required by this section shall
not affect the validity of a project.



21162.  A copy of the notice of completion of an environmental
impact report on a project shall be provided, by the State
Clearinghouse, to any legislator in whose district the project has an
environmental impact, if the legislator requests the notice and the
State Clearinghouse has received it.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 21160-21162

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 21160-21162



21160.  Whenever any person applies to any public agency for a
lease, permit, license, certificate, or other entitlement for use,
the public agency may require that person to submit data and
information which may be necessary to enable the public agency to
determine whether the proposed project may have a significant effect
on the environment or to prepare an environmental impact report.
   If any or all of the information so submitted is a "trade secret"
as defined in Section 6254.7 of the Government Code by those
submitting that information, it shall not be included in the impact
report or otherwise disclosed by any public agency. This section
shall not be construed to prohibit the exchange of properly
designated trade secrets between public agencies who have lawful
jurisdiction over the preparation of the impact report.



21161.  Whenever a public agency has completed an environmental
impact report, it shall cause a notice of completion of that report
to be filed with the Office of Planning and Research. The notice of
completion shall briefly identify the project and shall indicate that
an environmental impact report has been prepared. The notice of
completion shall identify the project location by latitude and
longitude. Failure to file the notice required by this section shall
not affect the validity of a project.



21162.  A copy of the notice of completion of an environmental
impact report on a project shall be provided, by the State
Clearinghouse, to any legislator in whose district the project has an
environmental impact, if the legislator requests the notice and the
State Clearinghouse has received it.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 21160-21162

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 21160-21162



21160.  Whenever any person applies to any public agency for a
lease, permit, license, certificate, or other entitlement for use,
the public agency may require that person to submit data and
information which may be necessary to enable the public agency to
determine whether the proposed project may have a significant effect
on the environment or to prepare an environmental impact report.
   If any or all of the information so submitted is a "trade secret"
as defined in Section 6254.7 of the Government Code by those
submitting that information, it shall not be included in the impact
report or otherwise disclosed by any public agency. This section
shall not be construed to prohibit the exchange of properly
designated trade secrets between public agencies who have lawful
jurisdiction over the preparation of the impact report.



21161.  Whenever a public agency has completed an environmental
impact report, it shall cause a notice of completion of that report
to be filed with the Office of Planning and Research. The notice of
completion shall briefly identify the project and shall indicate that
an environmental impact report has been prepared. The notice of
completion shall identify the project location by latitude and
longitude. Failure to file the notice required by this section shall
not affect the validity of a project.



21162.  A copy of the notice of completion of an environmental
impact report on a project shall be provided, by the State
Clearinghouse, to any legislator in whose district the project has an
environmental impact, if the legislator requests the notice and the
State Clearinghouse has received it.

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