C.R.S. Section 36-20-115
Modification of permit


The director may revise the terms and conditions of a permit if:


The operator is first given notice and a reasonable opportunity for a hearing on the need for a revision; and


It appears to the director that a revision is necessary to protect the health or property of any person or to protect the environment.


If it appears to the director that an emergency situation exists or is impending which could endanger life, property, or the environment, the director may, without prior notice or a hearing, immediately modify the conditions of a permit or order temporary suspension of the permit on the director’s own order. The issuance of such order shall include notice of a hearing to be held within ten days thereafter on the question of permanently modifying the conditions or continuing the suspension of the permit. Failure to comply with an order temporarily suspending an operation or modifying the conditions of a permit shall be grounds for immediate revocation of the permit.


It shall be the responsibility of the operator conducting any operation to notify the director of any emergency which can reasonably be foreseen or of any existing emergency situations in subsection (2) of this section which might in any way be caused or affected by the weather modification operation. Failure by the operator to so notify the director of any such existing emergency, or any impending emergency which should have been foreseen, may be grounds, at the discretion of the director, for revocation of the permit for operation.

Source: Section 36-20-115 — Modification of permit, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-36.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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Current through Fall 2024

§ 36-20-115’s source at colorado​.gov