ILLINOIS REGISTER 3586
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS
specified in the permit, and if thesuch modifications would allow approval of the
application, a permit will be issued without additional fees becoming due under
this Part, unless the proposed modifications cause an increase in the design
population served by the sewer specified in the permit application before the
modifications or the modifications cause a change in the applicable fee category
stated in Section 320.201. If the modifications cause such an increase or change,
the fee category additional fees will be due under Section 320.201 of this Part,
and the applicant shall submit the additional fee to the Agency with the
f) Requests for extensions of permit expiration dates or requests for modifications to
an existing permit other than those specified in this Section shall be considered
new applications subject to the fees specified in Section 320.201 of this Part.
g) Except in those cases in whichwhere permit denial has been appealed to the
Illinois Pollution Control Board in accordance with Section 40 of the Act,
submissions received by the Agency more than 90 days after the date of permit
denial in accordance with subsection (b) shall be considered new applications
subject to the fees specified in Section 320.201 of this Part.
(Source: Amended at 33 Ill. Reg. ______, effective ____________)
Section 320.302 Permit Applications Not Containing the Entire Fee
Applications not containing the entire fee shall be considered incomplete. The Agency shall take
the following actions in response to such applications:
a) The Agency shall deposit any fees submitted along with the application and shall
notify the applicant of the fee deficiency. Within 30 days after this notification,
the applicant must submit the balance of the fee that is due.
1) If the entire fee due is received by the Agency within 30 days after
issuance of the notice under subsection (a), the Agency shall accept the
application in accordance with Section 320.301 of this Part.
2) If the required fee is not received within 30 days after the notice of
deficiency, the permit shall be considered denied.
b) The 45 day review period described in Section 320.301(b) of this Part shall
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