PUBLIC NOTICE At their public hearing on March 22, 2016, the Pacific County Local Board of Health adopted Board of Health Ordinance No. 3E amending Section 29 - Commercial and Site Installer’s License and Section 31 - Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Specialists as follows: SECTION 29 - COMMERCIAL AND SITE INSTALLER’S LICENSE 29.9 Unless waived by the Health Officer, each commercial installer and site installer shall be required to obtain a minimum of five (5) hours of approved classroom (training) time per calendar year. The subject matter must be directly related to on-site sewage disposal and must be acceptable to the Health Officer. Proof of attendance shall be submitted to the Health Officer not more than sixty (60) days after the attendance of the training session. A. A commercial installer who has failed to complete the minimum hours of classroom time in a calendar year shall be considered ineligible to obtain a license renewal. Their license will expire December 31 and therefore, after December 31, any work completed by the commercial installer or site installer shall be considered unlawful, per Section 29.1, until a new license is issued. An installer who has been unable to renew their license due to incomplete classroom hours and wishes to obtain a license shall complete the following items: i. Submit an application for a Septic Installer with all applicable fees. ii. Meet all requirements listed in Section 29. SECTION 31 - OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (O&M) SPECIALISTS 31.7 Unless waived by the Health Officer, each OSS Maintenance Specialist shall successfully complete the Washington On-Site Sewage Association Basics of Monitoring (Monitor 101) course, or equivalent, prior to expiration of his/her first annual license, in order to obtain his or her license for a subsequent year. Each OSS Maintenance Specialist shall thereafter be required to obtain a minimum of five (5) hours of approved classroom (training) time per calendar year prior to re-licensure with the County. The subject matter must be directly related to on-site sewage disposal and must be acceptable to the Health Officer. Proof of attendance shall be submitted to the Health Officer not more than sixty (60) days after the attendance of the training session. A. An O&M Inspector who has failed to complete the minimum hours of classroom time in a calendar year shall be considered ineligible to obtain a license renewal. Their license will expire December 31 and therefore, after December 31, any work completed by the O&M Inspector shall be considered unlawful, per Section 31.1, until a new license is issued. An inspector who has been unable to renew their license due to incomplete classroom hours and wishes to obtain a license shall complete the following items: i. Submit an application for an O&M Inspector, with all applicable fees. ii. Meet all requirements listed in Section 31. Board of Health Ordinance No. 3 and all amendments can be found on our website at http://www. co.pacific.wa.us/ordres/index.htm. Marie Guernsey, Clerk of the Board Published April 6, 2016 Legal No. 083-16

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