Regulatory Program Fees and Water Supply Charges
The Commission amends the Rules of Practice and Procedure and the Basin RegulationsWater Supply Charges, respectively, to adopt a new project review fee structure and provide for automatic inflation adjustments. These changes are also incorporated into the Commission's Comprehensive Plan.
Rules of Practice and Procedure Concerning Regulatory Program Fees and Basin Regulations-Water Supply Charges Concerning Rates
The Commission is proposing amendments to the Rules of Practice and Procedure to adopt a new project review fee structure and to the Basin RegulationsWater Supply Charges to provide for automatic inflation adjustments. These changes also are proposed to be incorporated into the Commission's Comprehensive Plan.
Clarifying Language in the Basin Regulations-Water Supply Charges Relating to Certificates of Entitlement
The Delaware River Basin Commission is codifying revisions to its Basin RegulationsWater Supply Charges. The revisions involve no changes in the substance or administration of the rule. They were made in order to clarify the language of the rule to conform to the Commission's decisions and practices so as to provide better notice to users regarding how the Commission implements its entitlements program and to avoid future controversy.
Amendments to the Rules of Practice and Procedure To Allow Each Signatory Party and the Commission To Administer a Single Process for the Review and Adjudication of Projects
The Delaware River Basin Commission is amending its regulations to provide for the One Process/One Permit Program. The Program is intended to promote interagency cooperation and collaboration on shared mission objectives, achieve regulatory program efficiencies, avoid unnecessary duplication of effort, and reduce the potential for confusion on the part of regulated entities and the public regarding regulatory requirements applicable to projects.