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Details of Tracking Number  2014-00982

CCR details

Tracking Number 2014-00982
Type of Filing Permanent Rule
Department 1200 Department of Agriculture
Agency 1201 Animal Health Division
CCR Number 8 CCR 1201-18

Proposed rule

Notice Filed with SOS 09/15/2014
Rule ProposedRuleAttach2014-00982.rtf
Additional Information AddInfoAttach2014-00982.pdf
Statutory Authority 35-42-106 and 35-42-107(6)
Description of Subjects/Issues To provide recommend standards for Animal Control Officers including guidance on training and education; what records should be maintained and made available to the Commissioner; and who should maintain those records. For Bureau of Animal Protection Agents these revisions also establish required training and continuing education; establish statistical reporting requirements; include impoundment reporting requirements; and remove out-dated, unclear, and redundant language throughout the rule.
Comments Any interested party may file written comment with the Commissionerís office prior to the hearing, or present at the aforementioned hearing written data, views or arguments.
Submitted in response to issues raised by COLS/OLLS?
Is this rule adopted in response to recent legislation?
Hearing Date 10/23/2014
Hearing Time 01:00 PM
Hearing Location Colorado Department of Agriculture, Big Thompson Conference Room, 305 Interlocken Parkway, Broomfield, CO 80021
Contact Name Jenifer Gurr
Contact Title Chief Administrative Officer
Contact Telephone 303-869-9002
Contact email jenifer.gurr@state.co.us

Adopted rule

Adopted Rules
AGO requested date

Termination information

Date 11/03/2014
Reason Based on the testimony received at that hearing it is evident that more discussion is needed among stakeholders. The Department has decided to withdraw the proposed amendments at this time. The Department may conduct a new hearing process in the future if the agency determines that rulemaking is necessary and if the various stakeholder groups are more aligned and in agreement with proposed amendments.