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(a) A UST permit shall be issued for a term of one year, except as otherwise provided in this Article.
(b) Every application for the renewal of a permit shall be made at least 30 days prior to the expiration date of such permit. The application for renewal shall include a certification by the permittee that the permittee has reviewed the information submitted on the permit application and any addenda thereto and that any necessary changes to the permit application and addenda have been made. Applications to renew a UST permit shall comply with all applicable requirements of Chapters 6.7 and 6.75 of the California Health and Safety Code (commencing with Section 25280).
(c) Any permit for which a properly completed application for renewal has been received by the Director of Health prior to the expiration date shall remain in effect until a decision has been made on the application and all administrative appeals have been exhausted or the time for appeal has expired.
(d) A permit is not transferable to another person, address or physical location within the same address.
(Added by Ord. 164-92, App. 6/10/92; amended by Ord. 399-97, App. 10/17/97)