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Details of Tracking Number  2016-00633


CCR details

Tracking Number 2016-00633
Type of Filing Permanent Rule
Department 1507 Department of Public Safety
Agency 1507 Colorado State Patrol
CCR Number 8 CCR 1507-22
CCR Title CLAIMS FOR REIMBURSEMENT FOR THE COSTS OF RESPONSE AND MITIGATION OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE INCIDENTS

Proposed rule

Notice Filed with SOS 12/12/2016
Rule ProposedRuleAttach2016-00633.doc
Additional Information AddInfoAttach2016-00633.pdf
Statutory Authority 29-22-102 (3) (A) and (B) CRS; 29-22-104 (6) (A) and (B) CRS
Description of Subjects/Issues Pursuant to 29-22-104 (6) (A), CRS, the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Public Safety shall promulgate rules creating a process by which a public entity, political subdivision of the state or unit of local government claiming reimbursement pursuant to this section must establish that costs attributed to a hazardous substance incident are reasonable, necessary and documented. Pursuant to 29-22-104 (6) (b), CRS, the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Public Safety shall also promulgate rules and regulations creating a process by which the parties involved in a dispute may access and receive assistance from qualified, knowledgeable persons able to perform the role of a voluntary ombudsman, mediator, or arbitrator to resolve disputed claims for reimbursement of costs resulting from response to a hazardous substance incident. These rules are being amended in response to changes to 29-22-102 (3) (A) and (B), CRS, arising out of HB 16-1046, requiring the annual reporting of designated emergency response authorities to the Colorado State Patrol. Minor grammatical errors appearing within this rule are also being addressed.
Purpose/Objective of Rule Pursuant to 29-22-104 (6) (A), CRS, the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Public Safety shall promulgate rules creating a process by which a public entity, political subdivision of the state, or unit of local government claiming reimbursement pursuant to this section must establish that costs attributed to a hazardous substance incident are reasonable, necessary and documented. Pursuant to 29-22-104 (6) (b), CRS, the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Public Safety shall also promulgate rules and regulations creating a process by which the parties involved in a dispute may access and receive assistance from qualified, knowledgeable persons able to perform the role of a voluntary ombudsman, mediator, or arbitrator to resolve disputed claims for reimbursement of costs resulting from response to a hazardous substance incident. These rules are being amended in response to changes to 29-22-102 (3) (A) and (B), CRS, arising out of HB 16-1046, requiring the annual reporting of designated emergency response authorities to the Colorado State Patrol. Minor grammatical errors appearing within this rule are also being addressed.
Basis And Purpose BasisAndPurposeAttachment2016-00633.pdf
Submitted in response to issues raised by COLS/OLLS? No
Is this rule adopted in response to recent legislation? Yes
Recent legislation bill number HB 16-1046
Hearing Date 03/03/2017
Hearing Time 01:00 PM
Hearing Location 690 Kipling St, Lakewood, CO 80215, 1st Floor Conference Room
Contact Name Angelina Page
Contact Title Rule-Making Coordinator
Contact Telephone 303-273-1864
Contact email angelina.page@state.co.us

Adopted rule

Adopted Rules AdoptedRules02016-00633.doc
Redline Redline2016-00633.pdf
Adopted Date 03/03/2017
AGO requested date 03/06/2017
Attorney General Opinion 03/16/2017
Colorado Register publication date 04/10/2017
Effective Date 04/30/2017
Inserted into CCR 04/25/2017