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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 71010-71017



71010.  "Secretary" means the Secretary for Environmental
Protection.


71011.  "Environmental agency" means any of the following:
   (a) The Department of Toxic Substances Control, the Department of
Pesticide Regulation, the State Air Resources Board, the State Water
Resources Control Board, the California Integrated Waste Management
Board, and the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment.
   (b) A California regional water quality control board.
   (c) A district, as defined in Section 39025 of the Health and
Safety Code.
   (d) An enforcement agency, as defined in Section 40130 of the
Public Resources Code.
   (e) A county agricultural commissioner with respect to his or her
administration of Divisions 6 (commencing with Section 11401) and 7
(commencing with Section 12501) of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (f) The local agency responsible for administering Chapter 6.7
(commencing with Section 25280) of the Health and Safety Code
concerning underground storage tanks and any underground storage tank
ordinance adopted by a city or county.
   (g) The local agency responsible for the administration of the
requirements imposed pursuant to Section 13370.5 of the Water Code.
   (h) A certified unified program agency as provided in Chapter 6.11
(commencing with Section 25404) of Division 20 of the Health and
Safety Code.
   (i) Any other state, regional, or local permit agency for the
project that participates at the request of the permit applicant upon
the permit agency's agreement to be subject to this division.



71012.  "Environmental permit" means any license, certificate,
registration, permit, or other form of authorization required by an
environmental agency to engage in a particular activity.
"Environmental permit" includes, but is not limited to, activities
subject to Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 65920) of Division 1
of Title 7 of the Government Code, if the activities are under the
jurisdiction of an environmental agency. "Environmental permit" does
not include any certification or decision pursuant to Division 13
(commencing with Section 21000).


71013.  "Project" means an activity, the conduct of which requires
an environmental permit from two or more environmental agencies.



71014.  "Consolidated permit" means a permit incorporating the
environmental permits granted by environmental agencies for a project
and issued in a single permit document by the consolidated permit
agency.


71015.  "Consolidated permit agency" means the environmental agency
that has the greatest overall jurisdiction over a project, as
determined pursuant to Section 71020.



71016.  "Participating permit agency" means an environmental agency,
other than the consolidated permit agency, that is responsible for
the issuance of an environmental permit for a project.



71017.  (a) "Council" means the California Environmental Policy
Council.
   (b) The council is hereby created and consists of the following
members or their designees:
   (1) The Secretary for Environmental Protection.
   (2) The Director of Pesticide Regulation.
   (3) The Director of Toxic Substances Control.
   (4) The Chairperson of the State Air Resources Board.
   (5) The Chairperson of the State Water Resources Control Board.
   (6) The Director of the Office of Environmental Health Hazard
Assessment.
   (7) The Chairperson of the California Integrated Waste Management
Board.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 71010-71017

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 71010-71017



71010.  "Secretary" means the Secretary for Environmental
Protection.


71011.  "Environmental agency" means any of the following:
   (a) The Department of Toxic Substances Control, the Department of
Pesticide Regulation, the State Air Resources Board, the State Water
Resources Control Board, the California Integrated Waste Management
Board, and the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment.
   (b) A California regional water quality control board.
   (c) A district, as defined in Section 39025 of the Health and
Safety Code.
   (d) An enforcement agency, as defined in Section 40130 of the
Public Resources Code.
   (e) A county agricultural commissioner with respect to his or her
administration of Divisions 6 (commencing with Section 11401) and 7
(commencing with Section 12501) of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (f) The local agency responsible for administering Chapter 6.7
(commencing with Section 25280) of the Health and Safety Code
concerning underground storage tanks and any underground storage tank
ordinance adopted by a city or county.
   (g) The local agency responsible for the administration of the
requirements imposed pursuant to Section 13370.5 of the Water Code.
   (h) A certified unified program agency as provided in Chapter 6.11
(commencing with Section 25404) of Division 20 of the Health and
Safety Code.
   (i) Any other state, regional, or local permit agency for the
project that participates at the request of the permit applicant upon
the permit agency's agreement to be subject to this division.



71012.  "Environmental permit" means any license, certificate,
registration, permit, or other form of authorization required by an
environmental agency to engage in a particular activity.
"Environmental permit" includes, but is not limited to, activities
subject to Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 65920) of Division 1
of Title 7 of the Government Code, if the activities are under the
jurisdiction of an environmental agency. "Environmental permit" does
not include any certification or decision pursuant to Division 13
(commencing with Section 21000).


71013.  "Project" means an activity, the conduct of which requires
an environmental permit from two or more environmental agencies.



71014.  "Consolidated permit" means a permit incorporating the
environmental permits granted by environmental agencies for a project
and issued in a single permit document by the consolidated permit
agency.


71015.  "Consolidated permit agency" means the environmental agency
that has the greatest overall jurisdiction over a project, as
determined pursuant to Section 71020.



71016.  "Participating permit agency" means an environmental agency,
other than the consolidated permit agency, that is responsible for
the issuance of an environmental permit for a project.



71017.  (a) "Council" means the California Environmental Policy
Council.
   (b) The council is hereby created and consists of the following
members or their designees:
   (1) The Secretary for Environmental Protection.
   (2) The Director of Pesticide Regulation.
   (3) The Director of Toxic Substances Control.
   (4) The Chairperson of the State Air Resources Board.
   (5) The Chairperson of the State Water Resources Control Board.
   (6) The Director of the Office of Environmental Health Hazard
Assessment.
   (7) The Chairperson of the California Integrated Waste Management
Board.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 71010-71017

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 71010-71017



71010.  "Secretary" means the Secretary for Environmental
Protection.


71011.  "Environmental agency" means any of the following:
   (a) The Department of Toxic Substances Control, the Department of
Pesticide Regulation, the State Air Resources Board, the State Water
Resources Control Board, the California Integrated Waste Management
Board, and the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment.
   (b) A California regional water quality control board.
   (c) A district, as defined in Section 39025 of the Health and
Safety Code.
   (d) An enforcement agency, as defined in Section 40130 of the
Public Resources Code.
   (e) A county agricultural commissioner with respect to his or her
administration of Divisions 6 (commencing with Section 11401) and 7
(commencing with Section 12501) of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (f) The local agency responsible for administering Chapter 6.7
(commencing with Section 25280) of the Health and Safety Code
concerning underground storage tanks and any underground storage tank
ordinance adopted by a city or county.
   (g) The local agency responsible for the administration of the
requirements imposed pursuant to Section 13370.5 of the Water Code.
   (h) A certified unified program agency as provided in Chapter 6.11
(commencing with Section 25404) of Division 20 of the Health and
Safety Code.
   (i) Any other state, regional, or local permit agency for the
project that participates at the request of the permit applicant upon
the permit agency's agreement to be subject to this division.



71012.  "Environmental permit" means any license, certificate,
registration, permit, or other form of authorization required by an
environmental agency to engage in a particular activity.
"Environmental permit" includes, but is not limited to, activities
subject to Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 65920) of Division 1
of Title 7 of the Government Code, if the activities are under the
jurisdiction of an environmental agency. "Environmental permit" does
not include any certification or decision pursuant to Division 13
(commencing with Section 21000).


71013.  "Project" means an activity, the conduct of which requires
an environmental permit from two or more environmental agencies.



71014.  "Consolidated permit" means a permit incorporating the
environmental permits granted by environmental agencies for a project
and issued in a single permit document by the consolidated permit
agency.


71015.  "Consolidated permit agency" means the environmental agency
that has the greatest overall jurisdiction over a project, as
determined pursuant to Section 71020.



71016.  "Participating permit agency" means an environmental agency,
other than the consolidated permit agency, that is responsible for
the issuance of an environmental permit for a project.



71017.  (a) "Council" means the California Environmental Policy
Council.
   (b) The council is hereby created and consists of the following
members or their designees:
   (1) The Secretary for Environmental Protection.
   (2) The Director of Pesticide Regulation.
   (3) The Director of Toxic Substances Control.
   (4) The Chairperson of the State Air Resources Board.
   (5) The Chairperson of the State Water Resources Control Board.
   (6) The Director of the Office of Environmental Health Hazard
Assessment.
   (7) The Chairperson of the California Integrated Waste Management
Board.

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