40 CFR 222.9 - Issuance of permits.

§ 222.9 Issuance of permits.
(a) Within 30 days following receipt of the Presiding Officer's recommendations or, where no hearing has been held, following the close of the 30-day period for requesting a hearing as provided in § 222.4, the Administrator or the Regional Administrator, as the case may be, shall make a determination with respect to the issuance, denial, or imposition of conditions on, any permit applied for under this Subchapter H and shall give notice to the applicant and to all persons who registered their attendance at the hearing by providing their name and mailing address, if any, by mailing a letter stating the determination and stating the basis therefor in terms of the Criteria.
(b) Any determination to issue or deny any permit after a hearing held pursuant to § 222.7 shall take effect no sooner than:
(1) 10 days after notice of such determination is given if no request for an adjudicatory hearing is filed in accordance with § 222.10(a); or
(2) 20 days after notice of such determination is given if a request for an adjudicatory hearing is filed in accordance with paragraph (a) of § 222.10 and the Administrator or the Regional Administrator, as the case may be, denies such request in accordance with paragraph (c) of § 222.10; or
(3) The date on which a final determination has been made following an adjudicatory hearing held pursuant to § 222.11.
(c) The Administrator or Regional Administrator, as the case may be, may extend the term of a previously issued permit pending the conclusion of the proceedings held pursuant to §§ 222.7 through 222.9.
(d) A copy of each permit issued shall be sent to the appropriate District Office of the U.S. Coast Guard.

Title 40 published on 2013-07-01

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