Utah State Bulletin, Volume 2018, Number 24 (December 15, 2018)

Notices of Utah State Government
Filed November 16, 2018, 12:00 AM through November 30, 2018, 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

  • Administrative Services
    • Finance
      • No. 43404 (Amendment): Rule R25-10. State Entities' Posting of Financial Information to the Utah Public Finance Website
  • Commerce
    • Real Estate
      • No. 43407 (Amendment): Rule R162-2f. Real Estate Licensing and Practices Rules
  • Governor
    • Energy Development (Office of)
      • No. 43419 (New Rule): Rule R362-5. Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) Administrative Rules
  • Health
    • Family Health and Preparedness, Maternal and Child Health
      • No. 43402 (New Rule): Rule R433-200. Family Planning Access Act
  • Natural Resources
    • Parks and Recreation
      • No. 43416 (Amendment): Rule R651-301. State Recreation Fiscal Assistance Programs
      • No. 43415 (Amendment): Rule R651-406. Off-Highway Vehicle Registration Fees
    • Wildlife Resources
      • No. 43414 (Amendment): Rule R657-11. Taking Furbearers and Trapping
      • No. 43420 (Amendment): Rule R657-13. Taking Fish and Crayfish
  • Public Safety
    • Administration
      • No. 43418 (Amendment): Rule R698-5. State Hazardous Chemical Emergency Response Commission Advisory Committee
  • Regents (Board of)
    • Administration
      • No. 43405 (New Rule): Rule R765-615. Talent Development Incentive Loan Program

4. Notices of Changes in Proposed Rules

  • Human Services
    • Substance Abuse and Mental Health
      • No. 43141 (Change in Proposed Rule): Rule R523-5. Peer Support Specialist Training and Certification

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

  • Administrative Services
    • Finance
      • No. 43403 (5-year Review): Rule R25-10. State Entities' Posting of Financial Information to the Utah Public Notice Website
  • Commerce
    • Occupational and Professional Licensing
      • No. 43411 (5-year Review): Rule R156-81. Retired Volunteer Health Care Practitioner Act Rule
  • Human Services
    • Recovery Services
      • No. 43410 (5-year Review): Rule R527-38. Unenforceable Cases
  • Labor Commission
    • Adjudication
      • No. 43408 (5-year Review): Rule R602-7. Adjudication of Discrimination Claims
      • No. 43409 (5-year Review): Rule R602-8. Adjudication of Utah Occupational Safety and Health Citation Claims
  • Public Service Commission
    • Administration
      • No. 43406 (5-year Review): Rule R746-365. Intercarrier Service Quality

6. Notices of Rule Effective Dates

Additional Information

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