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Air Pollution Hearing Board

The Pinal County Air Pollution Hearing Board has been established (pursuant to Arizona Revised Statute A.R.S. 49-478, see language below) to provide a mechanism by which citizens and permit applicants may appeal decisions made by the Control Officer regarding a permit approval or denial, permit revision, permit fee invoice, authorization to operate, variance under a general permit or conditional order.

Meetings

The air pollution hearing board will meet within the timeframe required by A.R.S. §§ 49-471.15, 480.02, 482 or 490 as applicable; generally 30 days after receiving a request for a hearing from a permit applicant or any person who filed an objection to a permit approval or denial, permit revision, permit fee invoice, authorization to operate, variance under a general permit or conditional order.

The meetings are held at:

31 N. Pinal St
Florence, AZ. 85132
Building and room # dependent on availability. Specific meeting location and time will be included in the notification below at least 24 hours in advance of a meeting and otherwise as required by statute.

Board Members

Current Members of the air pollution hearing board can be found on the Boards & Commissions page under Air Quality Control Hearing Board.


Meeting Information


Agendas, Packets & Minutes
LocationDateTimeAgendaPacketMinutes
135 N. Pinal St., Florence, AZ. 85132, Historic Courthouse - Ironwood Room3/29/20172 p.m.View AgendaView PacketView Minutes

Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) §49-478

  1. The board of supervisors shall appoint an air pollution hearing board.
  2. The hearing board shall consist of five members. The five members shall be knowledgeable in the field of air pollution. At least one member of the board shall be an attorney licensed to practice law in this state. At least three members shall not have a substantial interest, as defined in section 38-502, in any person required to obtain a permit pursuant to this article. Each board member shall serve for a term of three years.
  3. The hearing board shall select a chairman and vice-chairman and such other officers as it deems necessary.
  4. The board of supervisors may authorize compensation for hearing board members, and may authorize reimbursement for subsistence and travel, including travel from and to their respective places of residence when on official business.

Documents
Hearing Board Manual of Procedures