Utah State Bulletin, Volume 2017, Number 8 (April 15, 2017)

Notices of Utah State Government
Filed March 16, 2017, 12:00 AM through March 31, 2017, 11:59 PM

Nancy L. Lancaster, Managing Editor


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Table of Contents

1. Special Notices

2. Executive Documents

3. Notices of Proposed Rules

  • Health
    • Disease Control and Prevention, Environmental Services
      • No. 41381 (Amendment): Rule R392-302. Design, Construction and Operation of Public Pools
    • Health Care Financing, Coverage and Reimbursement Policy
      • No. 41379 (Amendment): Section R414-60-2. Definitions
      • No. 41429 (Amendment): Section R414-303-4. Medicaid for Parents and Caretaker Relatives, Pregnant Women, Children, and Individuals Infected with Tuberculosis Using MAGI Methodology
      • No. 41428 (Amendment): Section R414-305-7. Treatment of Trusts
  • Natural Resources
    • Administration
      • No. 41410 (New Rule): Rule R634-3. Compensatory Mitigation Program
  • Public Safety
    • Administration
      • No. 41373 (Amendment): Rule R698-8. Local Public Safety and Firefighter Surviving Spouse Trust Fund
    • Emergency Management
      • No. 41380 (Amendment): Rule R704-2. Statewide Mutual Aid Act Activation
  • Transportation
    • Administration
      • No. 41384 (New Rule): Rule R907-80. Disposition of Surplus Land
    • Operations, Aeronautics
      • No. 41421 (Amendment): Rule R914-3. Aircraft Registration Enforcement
  • Workforce Services
    • Unemployment Insurance
      • No. 41427 (Amendment): Section R994-403-202. Qualifying Elements for Approval of Training
      • No. 41426 (Amendment): Rule R994-508. Appeal Procedures

4. Five-Year Notices of Review and Statements of Continuation

  • Administrative Services
    • Debt Collection
      • No. 41376 (5-year Review): Rule R21-2. Office of State Debt Collection Administrative Procedures
      • No. 41377 (5-year Review): Rule R21-3. Debt Collection Through Administrative Offset
  • Environmental Quality
    • Environmental Response and Remediation
      • No. 41394 (5-year Review): Rule R311-200. Underground Storage Tanks: Definitions
      • No. 41395 (5-year Review): Rule R311-201. Underground Storage Tanks: Certification Programs and UST Operator Training
      • No. 41396 (5-year Review): Rule R311-202. Federal Underground Storage Tank Regulations
      • No. 41397 (5-year Review): Rule R311-203. Underground Storage Tanks: Technical Standards
      • No. 41398 (5-year Review): Rule R311-204. Underground Storage Tanks: Closure and Remediation
      • No. 41399 (5-year Review): Rule R311-205. Underground Storage Tanks: Site Assessment Protocol
      • No. 41400 (5-year Review): Rule R311-206. Underground Storage Tanks: Certificate of Compliance and Financial Assurance Mechanisms
      • No. 41401 (5-year Review): Rule R311-207. Accessing the Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund for Leaking Petroleum Storage Tanks
      • No. 41402 (5-year Review): Rule R311-208. Underground Storage Tank Penalty Guidance
      • No. 41403 (5-year Review): Rule R311-209. Petroleum Storage Tank Cleanup Fund and State Cleanup Appropriation
      • No. 41404 (5-year Review): Rule R311-210. Administrative Procedures
      • No. 41405 (5-year Review): Rule R311-211. Corrective Action Cleanup Standards Policy - UST and CERCLA Sites
      • No. 41406 (5-year Review): Rule R311-212. Administration of the Petroleum Storage Tank Loan Program
  • Governor
    • Economic Development
      • No. 41430 (5-year Review): Rule R357-1. Rural Fast Track Program
    • Economic Development, Pete Suazo Utah Athletic Commission
      • No. 41425 (5-year Review): Rule R359-1. Pete Suazo Utah Athletic Commission Act Rule
  • Health
    • Health Care Financing, Coverage and Reimbursement Policy
      • No. 41423 (5-year Review): Rule R414-1A. Medicaid Policy for Experimental, Investigational or Unproven Medical Practices
      • No. 41422 (5-year Review): Rule R414-307. Eligibility for Home and Community-Based Services Waivers
  • Human Services
    • Juvenile Justice Services
      • No. 41385 (5-year Review): Rule R547-3. Juvenile Jail Standards
      • No. 41386 (5-year Review): Rule R547-6. Youth Parole Authority Policies and Procedures
      • No. 41387 (5-year Review): Rule R547-7. Juvenile Holding Room Standards
      • No. 41388 (5-year Review): Rule R547-10. Ex-Offender Policy
      • No. 41389 (5-year Review): Rule R547-12. Division of Juvenile Justice Services Classification of Records
      • No. 41390 (5-year Review): Rule R547-13. Guidelines for Admission to Secure Youth Detention Facilities
      • No. 41391 (5-year Review): Rule R547-14. Possession of Prohibited Items in Juvenile Detention Facilities
  • Money Management Council
    • Administration
      • No. 41424 (5-year Review): Rule R628-17. Limitations on Commercial Paper and Corporate Notes
  • Natural Resources
    • Parks and Recreation
      • No. 41382 (5-year Review): Rule R651-102. Government Records Access Management Act
      • No. 41383 (5-year Review): Rule R651-301. State Recreation Fiscal Assistance Programs
    • Forestry, Fire and State Lands
      • No. 41407 (5-year Review): Rule R652-1. Definition of Terms
      • No. 41408 (5-year Review): Rule R652-3. Applicant Qualifications and Application Forms
      • No. 41409 (5-year Review): Rule R652-4. Application Fees and Assessments
      • No. 41411 (5-year Review): Rule R652-5. Payments, Royalties, Audits, and Reinstatements
      • No. 41412 (5-year Review): Rule R652-6. Government Records Access and Management
      • No. 41413 (5-year Review): Rule R652-20. Mineral Resources
      • No. 41414 (5-year Review): Rule R652-30. Special Use Leases
      • No. 41415 (5-year Review): Rule R652-40. Easements
      • No. 41416 (5-year Review): Rule R652-50. Range Management
      • No. 41417 (5-year Review): Rule R652-60. Cultural Resources
      • No. 41418 (5-year Review): Rule R652-70. Sovereign Lands
      • No. 41419 (5-year Review): Rule R652-90. Sovereign Land Management Planning
      • No. 41420 (5-year Review): Rule R652-100. Materials Permits
  • Public Service Commission
    • Administration
      • No. 41393 (5-year Review): Rule R746-420. Requests for Approval of a Solicitation Process
      • No. 41392 (5-year Review): Rule R746-430. Procedural and Informational Requirements for Action Plans, for an Approval of a Significant Energy Resource, for Determination of Whether to Proceed, and for Waivers of a Solicitation Process or of an Approval of a Significant Energy Resource
  • Transportation
    • Program Development
      • No. 41375 (5-year Review): Rule R926-4. Establishing and Defining a Functional Classification of Highways in the State of Utah

5. Notices of Rule Effective Dates

Additional Information

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