Chapter 4906-17 Application Filing Requirements for Wind-Powered Electric Generation Facilities

4906-17-01 Applicability and definitions.

(A) This chapter details the application filing requirements for all wind-powered electric generation facilities consisting of wind turbines and associated facilities with a single interconnection to the electrical grid and designed for, or capable of, operation at an aggregate capacity of five megawatts or more.

(B) As used in this chapter:

(1) "Project area" means the total wind-powered electric generation facility, including associated setbacks.

(2) "Wind-powered electric generation facility" or "wind-energy facility" or facility means all the turbines, collection lines, any associated substations, and all other associated equipment.

(C) With regard to certification applications under this chapter, the board shall approve, or modify and approve, a certification application for the construction, operation, and maintenance of a wind farm or shall deny, grant or grant upon such terms, conditions, or modifications as the board considers appropriate a certification application for a major utility facility, pursuant to the requirements set forth in section 4906.10 of the Revised Code.

Effective: 05/07/2009
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/30/2013
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 4906.03 , 4906.20
Rule Amplifies: 4906.01 , 4906.03 , 4906.06 , 4906.13 , 4906.20

4906-17-02 Project summary and general instructions.

(A) An applicant for a certificate to site a wind-powered electric generation facility shall provide a project summary and overview of the proposed project. In general, the summary should be suitable as a reference for state and local governments and for the public. The summary and overview shall include the following:

(1) A statement explaining the general purpose of the facility.

(2) A description of the proposed facility.

(3) A description of the project area selection process, including descriptions of the primary factors considered.

(4) A discussion of the principal environmental and socioeconomic considerations of the preferred project area and any alternate project area sites.

(5) An explanation of the project schedule (a bar chart is acceptable).

(B) Information filed by the applicant in response to the requirements of this rule shall not be deemed responses to any other section of the application requirements.

(C) If the applicant has prepared the required hard copy maps using digital, geographically referenced data, an electronic copy of all such data, excluding data obtained by the applicant under a licensing agreement which prohibits distribution, shall be provided to the board staff on computer disk concurrently with the filing of the application.

(D) If the applicant for a wind-powered electric generation facility asserts that a particular requirement in Chapter 4906-17 of the Administrative Code is not applicable, the applicant must provide an explanation of why the requirement is not applicable. Further, the applicant shall provide in its application all relevant technological, financial, environmental, social, and ecological information that is generally known in the industry to be of potential concern for the particular type of facility proposed.

Effective: 05/07/2009
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/30/2013
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 4906.03 , 4906.20
Rule Amplifies: 4906.03 , 4906.06 , 4906.13 , 4906.20

4906-17-03 Project description in detail and project schedule in detail.

(A) An applicant for a certificate to site a wind-powered electric generation facility under this chapter shall provide a detailed description of the proposed facility.

(1) For its proposed project area and any alternative project area(s), the applicant shall submit:

(a) Type(s) of turbines or, if a specific model of turbine has not yet been selected, the potential type(s), estimated number of turbines, estimated net demonstrated capability, annual capacity factor, hours of annual generation, and the project developer to be utilized for construction and operation of the facility, if different than the applicant.

(b) Land area requirement or, for off-shore projects, the off-shore boundaries, the construction impact area in acres and the basis of how such estimate was calculated, and the size of the permanent project area in acres.

(2) The applicant shall submit a description of the major equipment including, but not limited to, the footprint of the turbine, the height of the turbine measured from the tower's base, excluding the subsurface foundation, and the blade length.

(3) The applicant shall submit a brief description of any new transmission line(s) required for the proposed project.

(B) Detailed project schedule.

(1) Schedule. The applicant shall provide a proposed schedule in bar chart format covering all applicable major activities and milestones, including:

(a) Acquisition of land and land rights.

(b) Wildlife surveys/studies.

(c) Preparation of the application.

(d) Submittal of the application for certificate.

(e) Issuance of the certificate.

(f) Preparation of the final design.

(g) Construction of the facility.

(h) Placement of the facility in service.

(2) Delays. The applicant shall describe the impact of critical delays on the eventual in-service date.

Effective: 05/07/2009
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/30/2013
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 4906.03 , 4906.20
Rule Amplifies: 4906.03 , 4906.06 , 4906.20

4906-17-04 Project area analyses.

(A) The applicant shall conduct a project area site selection study prior to submitting an application for a wind-powered electric generation facility. The study shall be designed to evaluate all practicable project area sites for the proposed facility.

(1) The applicant shall provide the following:

(a) A description of the study area or geographic boundaries selected, including the rationale for the selection.

(b) A map of suitable scale which includes the study area and which depicts the general project areas which were evaluated.

(c) A comprehensive list and description of all qualitative and quantitative siting criteria, factors, or constraints utilized by the applicant, including any evaluation criteria or weighting values assigned to each.

(d) A description of the process by which the applicant utilized the siting criteria to determine the proposed project area and any proposed alternative project area site(s).

(e) A description of the project area sites selected for evaluation, their final ranking, and the factors and rationale used by the applicant for selecting the proposed project area site and any proposed alternative project area site(s).

(2) The applicant shall provide one copy of any constraint map showing setbacks from residences, property lines, and public rights of way utilized for the study directly to the board staff for review.

(B) The applicant shall provide a summary table comparing the project area sites, utilizing the technical, financial, environmental, socioeconomic, and other factors identified in the study. Design and equipment alternatives shall be included where the use of such alternatives influenced the siting decision.

(C) The applicant may provide a copy of any project area site selection study produced by or for the applicant for the proposed facility as an attachment to the application. The study may be submitted in response to paragraphs (A) and (B) of this rule, provided that the information contained therein is responsive to the requirements of paragraphs (A) and (B) of this rule.

Effective: 05/07/2009
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/30/2013
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 4906.03 , 4906.20
Rule Amplifies: 4906.03 , 4906.06 , 4906.20

4906-17-05 Technical data.

(A) Project area site. Information on the location, major features, and the topographic, geologic, and hydrologic suitability of the proposed project area site and any proposed alternative project area site(s) shall be submitted by the applicant. If this information is derived from reference materials, it shall be derived from the best available and current reference materials. The applicant shall provide the following for each project area site alternative.

(1) Geography and topography. The applicant shall provide a map(s) of 1:24,000 scale containing a five-mile radius from the proposed facility and showing the following features:

(a) The proposed facility.

(b) Major population centers and geographic boundaries.

(c) Major transportation routes and utility corridors.

(d) Bodies of water which may be directly affected by the proposed facility.

(e) Topographic contours.

(f) Major institutions, parks, and recreational areas.

(g) Residential, commercial, and industrial buildings and installations.

(h) Air transportation facilities, existing or proposed.

(2) An aerial photograph containing a one-mile radius from the proposed facility, indicating the location of the proposed facility in relation to surface features.

(3) A map(s) of 1:12,000 scale of the project area site, showing the following existing features:

(a) Topographic contours.

(b) Existing vegetative cover.

(c) Land use and classifications.

(d) Individual structures and installations.

(e) Surface bodies of water.

(f) Water and gas wells.

(g) Vegetative cover that may be removed during construction.

(4) Geology and seismology. The applicant shall provide a map(s) of suitable scale and a corresponding cross-sectional view, showing the geological features of the proposed project area and the location of proposed test borings. The applicant shall also:

(a) Describe the suitability of the site geology and plans to remedy any inadequacies.

(b) Describe the suitability of soil for grading, compaction, and drainage, and describe plans to remedy any inadequacies.

(5) Hydrology and wind. The applicant shall:

(a) Provide the natural and the man-affected water budgets, including the ten-year mean and critical (lowest seven-day flow in ten years) surface flows and the mean and extreme water tables during the past ten years for each body of water likely to be directly affected by the proposed facility.

(b) Provide an analysis of the prospects of floods and high winds for the project area, including the probability of occurrences and likely consequences of various flood stages and wind velocities, and describe plans to mitigate any likely adverse consequences. Identify any portion of the proposed facility to be located in a one hundred-year flood plain area.

(c) Provide existing maps of aquifers which may be directly affected by the proposed facility.

(B) Layout and construction. The applicant shall provide information on the proposed layout and preparation of the proposed project area site and any proposed alternative project area site(s) and the description of proposed major structures and installations located thereon.

(1) Project area site activities. The applicant shall describe the proposed project area site preparation and reclamation operations, including:

(a) Test borings, including closure plans for such borings.

(b) Removal of vegetation.

(c) Grading and drainage provisions.

(d) Access roads.

(e) Removal and disposal of debris.

(f) Post-construction reclamation.

(2) Layout. The applicant shall supply a map(s) of 1:12,000 scale of the proposed wind-powered electric generation facility, showing the following features of the proposed (and existing) facility and associated facilities:

(a) Wind-powered electric generation turbines.

(b) Transformers and collection lines.

(c) Construction laydown area(s).

(d) Transmission lines.

(e) Substations.

(f) Transportation facilities and access roads.

(g) Security facilities.

(h) Grade elevations where modified during construction.

(i) Other pertinent installations.

(3) Structures. The applicant shall describe, in as much detail as is available at the time of submission of the application, all major proposed structures, including the following:

(a) Estimated overall dimensions.

(b) Construction materials.

(c) Color and texture of facing surfaces.

(d) Photographic interpretation or artist's pictorial sketches of the proposed facility from public vantage points within five miles of the proposed facility.

(e) Any unusual features.

(4) Plans for construction. The applicant shall describe the proposed construction sequence.

(5) Future plans. The applicant shall describe any plans for future additions of turbines to the proposed facility (including the type and timing) and the maximum electric capacity anticipated for the facility.

(C) Equipment.

(1) Wind-powered electric generation equipment. The applicant shall describe the proposed major wind-powered electric generation equipment for the proposed project area and any proposed alternative project area(s).

(2) Safety equipment. The applicant shall describe:

(a) All proposed major public safety equipment.

(b) The reliability of the equipment.

(c) Turbine manufacturer's safety standards. Include a complete copy of the manufacturer's safety manual or similar document.

(3) The applicant shall describe any other major equipment not discussed in paragraphs (C)(2)(a) to (C)(2)(c) of this rule.

(D) Regional electric power system. The applicant shall provide the following information on interconnection of the facility to the regional electric power grid.

(1) Interconnection queue(s). The applicant shall provide the following information relating to its generation interconnection request:

(a) Name of queue.

(b) Web link of queue.

(c) Queue number.

(d) Queue date.

(2) System studies. The applicant shall provide system impact studies on its generation interconnection request. The studies shall include, but are not limited to, the following:

(a) Feasibility study.

(b) System impact study.

Effective: 05/07/2009
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/30/2013
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 4906.03 , 4906.20
Rule Amplifies: 4906.03 , 4906.06 , 4906.20

4906-17-06 Financial data.

(A) The applicant shall state the current and proposed ownership status of the proposed project area, including rights of way, structures, and equipment. Such information shall include type of ownership.

(B) Capital and intangible costs. The applicant shall:

(1) Submit estimates of applicable capital and intangible costs for the various alternatives. The data submitted shall be classified according to federal energy regulatory commission uniform system of accounts prescribed by the public utilities commission of Ohio for utility companies, unless the applicant is not an electric light company, a gas company, or a natural gas company, as defined in Chapter 4905. of the Revised Code (in which case, the applicant shall file the capital and intangible costs classified in the accounting format ordinarily used by the applicant in its normal course of business).

(2) Compare the total costs per kilowatt with the applicant's similar facilities, and explain any substantial differences.

(3) Tabulate the present worth and annualized cost for capital costs and any additional cost details as required to compare capital cost of alternates (using the start of construction date as reference date), and describe techniques and all factors used in calculating present worth and annualized costs.

(C) Operation and maintenance expenses. The applicant shall:

(1) Supply applicable estimated annual operation and maintenance expenses for the first two years of commercial operation. The data submitted shall be classified according to federal energy regulatory commission uniform system of accounts prescribed by the public utilities commission of Ohio for utility companies, unless the applicant is not an electric light company, a gas company, or a natural gas company, as defined in Chapter 4905. of the Revised Code (in which case, the applicant shall file the operation and maintenance expenses classified in the accounting format ordinarily used by the applicant in its normal course of business).

(2) Compare the total operation and maintenance cost per kilowatt with applicant's similar facilities and explain any substantial differences.

(3) Tabulate the present worth and annualized expenditures for operation and maintenance costs as well as any additional cost breakdowns as required to compare alternatives, and describe techniques and factors used in calculating present worth and annualized costs.

(D) Delays. The applicant shall submit an estimate of the cost for a delay prorated on a monthly basis beyond the projected in-service date.

Effective: 05/07/2009
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/30/2013
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 4906.03 , 4906.20
Rule Amplifies: 4906.03 , 4906.06 , 4906.20

4906-17-07 Environmental data.

(A) General. The information requested in this rule shall be used to assess the environmental effects of the proposed facility. Where appropriate, the applicant may substitute all or portions of documents filed to meet federal, state, or local regulations. Existing data may be substituted for physical measurements.

(B) Air.

(1) Preconstruction. The applicant shall:

(a) Submit available information concerning the ambient air quality of the proposed project area site and any proposed alternative site(s).

(b) Describe applicable federal and/or Ohio new source performance standards, applicable air quality limitations, applicable national ambient air quality standards, and applicable prevention of significant deterioration increments.

(c) Provide a list of all required permits to install and operate air pollution sources. If any such permit(s) has been issued more than thirty days prior to the submittal of the certificate application, the applicant shall provide a list of all special conditions or concerns attached to the permit(s).

(d) Describe how the proposed facility will achieve compliance with the requirements identified in paragraphs (B)(1)(b) and (B)(1)(c) of this rule, if applicable.

(2) Construction. The applicant shall describe plans to control emissions during the project area site clearing and construction phase.

(C) Water.

(1) Preconstruction. The applicant shall provide a list of all permits required to install and operate the proposed facility.

(2) Construction. The applicant shall:

(a) Describe the schedule for receipt of the national pollution discharge elimination system permit.

(b) Estimate the quality and quantity of aquatic discharges from the project area site clearing and construction operations, including run-off and siltation from dredging, filling, and construction of shore side facilities.

(c) Describe any plans to mitigate the above effects in accordance with current federal and Ohio regulations.

(d) Describe any changes in flow patterns and erosion due to project area site clearing and grading operations.

(3) Operation. In order to assess the effects of facility operation on water quality, the applicant shall:

(a) Provide a quantitative flow diagram or description for water and waterborne wastes resulting from run-off from soil or other surfaces at the proposed project area(s).

(b) Describe how the proposed facility incorporates maximum feasible water conservation practices considering available technology and the nature and economics of the various alternatives.

(D) Solid waste.

(1) Preconstruction. The applicant shall:

(a) Describe the nature and amount of debris and solid waste on the project area site.

(b) Describe any plans to deal with such wastes.

(2) Construction. The applicant shall:

(a) Estimate the nature and amounts of debris and other solid waste generated during construction operations.

(b) Describe the proposed method of storage and disposal of these wastes.

(3) Operation. The applicant shall:

(a) Estimate the amount, nature, and composition of solid wastes generated during the operation of the proposed facility.

(b) Describe proposed methods for storage, treatment, transport, and disposal of these wastes.

(4) Licenses and permits. The applicant shall describe its plans and activities leading toward acquisition of waste generation, storage, treatment, transportation, and/or disposal permits. If any such permit(s) has been issued more than thirty days prior to the submittal of the certificate application, the applicant shall provide a list of all special conditions or concerns attached to the permit(s).

Effective: 05/07/2009
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/30/2013
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 4906.03 , 4906.20
Rule Amplifies: 4906.03 , 4906.06 , 4906.20

4906-17-08 Social and ecological data.

(A) Health and safety.

(1) Demographic. The applicant shall provide existing and ten-year projected population estimates for communities within five miles of the proposed project area site(s).

(2) Noise. The applicant shall:

(a) Describe the construction noise levels expected at the nearest property boundary. The description shall address:

(i) Dynamiting activities.

(ii) Operation of earth moving equipment.

(iii) Driving of piles.

(iv) Erection of structures.

(v) Truck traffic.

(vi) Installation of equipment.

(b) For each turbine, evaluate and describe the operational noise levels expected at the property boundary closest to that turbine, under both day and nighttime conditions. Evaluate and describe the cumulative operational noise levels for the wind facility at each property boundary for each property adjacent to the project area, under both day and nighttime operations. The applicant shall use generally accepted computer modeling software (developed for wind turbine noise measurement) or similar wind turbine noise methodology, including consideration of broadband, tonal, and low-frequency noise levels.

(c) Indicate the location of any noise-sensitive areas within one mile of the proposed facility.

(d) Describe equipment and procedures to mitigate the effects of noise emissions from the proposed facility during construction and operation.

(3) Water. The applicant shall estimate the impact to public and private water supplies due to construction and operation of the proposed facility.

(4) Ice throw. The applicant shall evaluate and describe the potential impact from ice throw at the nearest property boundary, including its plans to minimize potential impacts if warranted.

(5) Blade shear. The applicant shall evaluate and describe the potential impact from blade shear at the nearest property boundary, including its plans to minimize potential impacts if warranted.

(6) Shadow flicker. The applicant shall evaluate and describe the potential impact from shadow flicker at adjacent residential structures and primary roads, including its plans to minimize potential impacts if warranted.

(B) Ecological impact.

(1) Project area site information. The applicant shall:

(a) Provide a map of 1:24,000 scale containing a half-mile radius from the proposed facility, showing the following:

(i) The proposed project area boundary.

(ii) Undeveloped or abandoned land such as wood lots, wetlands, or vacant fields.

(iii) Recreational areas, parks, wildlife areas, nature preserves, and other conservation areas.

(b) Provide the results of a survey of the vegetation within the facility boundary and within a quarter-mile distance from the facility boundary.

(c) Provide the results of a survey of the animal life within the facility boundary and within a quarter-mile distance from the facility boundary.

(d) Provide a summary of any studies which have been made by or for the applicant addressing the ecological impact of the proposed facility.

(e) Provide a list of major species from the surveys of biota. "Major species" are those which are of commercial or recreational value, or species designated as endangered or threatened in accordance with the United States and Ohio threatened and endangered species lists.

(2) Construction. The applicant shall:

(a) Estimate the impact of construction on the areas shown in response to paragraph (B)(1)(a) of this rule.

(b) Estimate the impact of construction on the major species listed under paragraph (B)(1)(e) of this rule.

(c) Describe the procedures to be utilized to avoid, minimize, and mitigate both the short- and long-term impacts due to construction.

(3) Operation. The applicant shall:

(a) Estimate the impact of operation on the areas shown in response to paragraph (B)(1)(a) of this rule.

(b) Estimate the impact of operation on the major species listed under paragraph (B)(1)(e) of this rule.

(c) Describe the procedures to be utilized to avoid, minimize, and mitigate both the short- and long-term impacts of operation.

(d) Describe any plans for post-construction monitoring of wildlife impacts.

(C) Economics, land use and community development.

(1) Land uses. The applicant shall:

(a) Provide a map of 1:24,000 scale indicating general land uses, depicted as areas on the map, within a five-mile radius of the facility, including such uses as residential and urban, manufacturing and commercial, mining, recreational, transport, utilities, water and wetlands, forest and woodland, and pasture and cropland.

(b) Provide the number of residential structures within one thousand feet of the boundary of the proposed facility, and identify all residential structures for which the nearest edge of the structure is within one hundred feet of the boundary of the proposed facility.

(c) Describe proposed locations for wind turbine structures in relation to property lines and habitable residential structures, consistent with no less than the following minimum requirements:

(i) The distance from a wind turbine base to the property line of the wind farm property shall be at least one and one-tenth times the total height of the turbine structure as measured from its tower's base (excluding the subsurface foundation) to the tip of its highest blade.

(ii) The wind turbine shall be at least seven hundred fifty feet in horizontal distance from the tip of the turbine's nearest blade at ninety degrees to the exterior of the nearest habitable residential structure, if any, located on adjacent property at the time of the certification application.

(iii) Minimum setbacks may be waived in the event that all owners of property adjacent to the turbine agree to such waiver, pursuant to rule 4906-1-03 of the Administrative Code.

(d) Estimate the impact of the proposed facility on the above land uses within a one-mile radius.

(e) Identify structures that will be removed or relocated.

(f) Describe formally adopted plans for future use of the site and surrounding lands for anything other than the proposed facility.

(g) Describe the applicant's plans for concurrent or secondary uses of the project area.

(2) Economics. The applicant shall:

(a) Estimate the annual total and present worth of construction and operation payroll.

(b) Estimate the construction and operation employment and estimate the number that will be employed from the region.

(c) Estimate the increase in county, township, city, and school district tax revenue accruing from the facility.

(d) Estimate the economic impact of the proposed facility on local commercial and industrial activities.

(3) Public services and facilities. The applicant shall describe the probable impact of the construction and operation on public services and facilities.

(4) Impact on regional development. The applicant shall:

(a) Describe the impact of the proposed facility on regional development, including housing, commercial and industrial development, and transportation system development.

(b) Assess the compatibility of the proposed facility and the anticipated resultant regional development with current regional plans.

(D) Cultural impact.

(1) The applicant shall indicate, on the 1:24,000 map referenced in paragraph (C)(1)(a) of this rule, any registered landmarks of historic, religious, archaeological, scenic, natural, or other cultural significance within five miles of the proposed facility.

(2) The applicant shall estimate the impact of the proposed facility on the preservation and continued meaningfulness of these landmarks and describe plans to mitigate any adverse impact.

(3) Landmarks to be considered for purposes of paragraphs (D)(1) and (D)(2) of this rule are those districts, sites, buildings, structures, and objects which are recognized by, registered with, or identified as eligible for registration by the national registry of natural landmarks, the Ohio historical society, or the Ohio department of natural resources.

(4) The applicant shall indicate, on the 1:24,000 map referenced in paragraph (C)(1)(a) of this rule, existing and formally adopted land and water recreation areas within five miles of the proposed facility.

(5) The applicant shall describe the identified recreational areas within one mile of the proposed project area in terms of their proximity to population centers, uniqueness, topography, vegetation, hydrology, and wildlife; estimate the impact of the proposed facility on the identified recreational areas; and describe plans to avoid, minimize, or mitigate any adverse impact.

(6) The applicant shall describe measures that will be taken to minimize any adverse visual impacts created by the facility, including, but not limited to, project area location, lighting, and facility coloration. In no event shall these measures conflict with relevant safety requirements.

(E) Public responsibility. The applicant shall:

(1) Describe the applicant's program for public interaction for the siting, construction, and operation of the proposed facility, i.e., public information programs.

(2) Describe any insurance or other corporate programs for providing liability compensation for damages to the public resulting from construction or operation of the proposed facility.

(3) Evaluate and describe the potential for the facility to interfere with radio and TV reception and, if warranted, describe measures that will be taken to minimize interference.

(4) Evaluate and describe the potential for the facility to interfere with military radar systems and, if warranted, describe measures that will be taken to minimize interference.

(5) Evaluate and describe the anticipated impact to roads and bridges associated with construction vehicles and equipment delivery. Describe measures that will be taken to repair roads and bridges to at least the condition present prior to the project.

(6) Describe the plan for decommissioning the proposed facility, including a discussion of any financial arrangements designed to assure the requisite financial resources.

(F) Agricultural district impact. The applicant shall:

(1) Separately identify on a map(s) of 1:24,000 scale all agricultural land and all agricultural district land located within the proposed project area boundaries, where such land is existing at least sixty days prior to submission of the application.

(2) Provide, for all agricultural land identified under paragraph (F)(1) of this rule, the following:

(a) A quantification of the acreage impacted, and an evaluation of the impact of the construction, operation, and maintenance of the proposed facility on the following agricultural practices within the proposed facility boundaries:

(i) Field operations (i.e., plowing, planting, cultivating, spraying, harvesting, etc.).

(ii) Irrigation.

(iii) Field drainage systems.

(b) A description of any mitigation procedures to be utilized by the applicant during construction, operation, and maintenance to reduce impacts to the agricultural land.

(3) Provide, for all agricultural land identified under paragraph (F)(1) of this rule, an evaluation of the impact of the construction and maintenance of the proposed facility on the viability as agricultural land of any land so identified. The evaluation shall include impacts to cultivated lands, permanent pasture land, managed woodlots, orchards, nurseries, livestock and poultry confinement areas, and agriculturally related structures. Changes in land use and changes in methods of operation made necessary by the proposed facility shall be evaluated.

Effective: 05/07/2009
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/30/2013
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 4906.03 , 4906.20
Rule Amplifies: 4906.03 , 4906.06 , 4906.20