Conn. Agencies Regs. § 22a-163f-4 - Designation of most affected neighboring municipality

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Petition. For the purposes of ad hoc representation on the council and on the local project review committee, any municipality may petition the council in writing for consideration as the neighboring municipality likely to be most affected by the proposed facility. Such a petition shall be filed no later than 20 days after an application for a certificate is filed with the council and shall specifically identify the reasons and provide supporting data, if available, why the municipality believes it should be designated as the most affected neighboring municipality.
(b) Considerations. No sooner than 20 days and no later than 30 days after receiving an application for a certificate, the permanent members of the council shall determine the neighboring municipality likely to be most affected by the proposed facility. In making its determination, the council may consider any relevant information contained in the application for the certificate and in petitions filed by municipalities pursuant to this section. The council shall, at a minimum, give reasonable consideration to the following information:
(1) Description and location of the proposed facility and proximity to neighboring municipalities;
(2) Air quality and movement, surface and groundwater conditions and movement, and proximity to water company facilities and property;
(3) Human population density in the area of the proposed facility, including neighboring municipalities; and
(4) Traffic data, including transportation routes.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 22a-163f-4
Effective March 7, 1989

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