Calif. Water Rules Should Help Petitioners

Law360, New York (March 21, 2014, 12:36 AM EDT) -- The California State Water Resources Control Board has proposed amendments to the regulations governing the review of administrative petitions challenging an action or failure to act by a regional water quality control board that will, finally, provide a measure of certainty to aggrieved parties and establish a definitive time frame for such parties to either obtain relief or exhaust the administrative review process.[1]

For owners and operators of facilities in California subject to regional board investigation or cleanup directives and/or orders, the proposed rule changes would...
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