North carolina register volume 24 ● issue 23 ● Pages 2011 2154 June 1, 2010




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10A NCAC 70G .0506 CLIENT RECORDS

(a) The agency shall maintain an individual record for each child receiving foster care services which contains:

(1) an application for services that includes:

(A) demographic information about the child, including name, address, sex, race, birth date, birth place, educational information, medical information and client record number;

(B) demographic information about the parents or guardian of the child, including names, addresses, telephone numbers, birth dates, races, religion and marital status;

(C) demographic information about the siblings and other relatives of the child, including names, addresses, and telephone numbers;

(D) the reasons the child was removed from the home of his or her parents;

(E) a record of the child's prior placements with names and addresses of foster parents and other caregivers and dates of care provided by each foster parent or caregiver, and

(F) the services the agency shall provide the child and his or her parents or guardian.

(2) legal documents of importance to the child including a birth certificate and any court dispositions;

(3) pre-admission medical examination report or a medical examination report completed within two weeks of admission (unless the child's health status indicates the completion of a medical examination report sooner) and copies of subsequent medical examination reports;

(4) medical reports including medical history, cumulative health history, immunization records, and available psychological and psychiatric reports; and if applicable:

(A) documentation of mental illness, developmental disabilities or substance abuse diagnosis coded according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-Fourth Edition-Revised DSM IV;

(B) documentation of screening and assessment;

(C) medication orders and Medication Administration Record (MAR);

(D) documentation of medication administration errors;

(E) documentation of adverse drug reactions; and

(F) orders and copies of lab tests;

(5) educational assessments, records and reports of school-age children;

(6) intake study which includes initial social assessment and background of parents or guardian and the circumstances leading to the decision to place the child;

(7) signed out-of-home family services agreement or person-centered plan along with out-of-home family services agreement or person-centered plan reviews which reflect the status of the child, parents or guardian in relation to the out-of-home family services agreement or person-centered plan and any progress or lack of progress in the goals of the out-of-home family services agreement or person-centered plan;

(8) documentation of services provided;

(9) documentation which reflects the dates and content of social worker's or case manager's visits with the child;

(10) documentation of the agency's involvement with the parents, guardian or legal custodian, including services offered, delivered, or rejected;

(11) documentation which includes the content of any administrative or service reviews;

(12) a visitation and contact plan that specifies the child's contacts with parents, guardian, siblings and other family members and individuals who may have contact with the child;

(13) consents for release of information;

(14) a signed statement from the parents, guardian or legal custodian, granting permission to seek emergency care from a hospital or licensed medical provider;

(15) emergency information for each child that shall include the name, address and telephone number of the person to be contacted in case of sudden illness or accident and the name, address and telephone number of the child's preferred licensed medical provider;

(16) authorization from the parents, guardian, legal custodian or licensed medical provider to administer non-prescription medications;

(17) consents for overnight travel and other travel consents based on the requirements of the parents, guardian or legal custodian;

(18) consents for time-limited audio-visual recordings signed by the parents, guardian or legal custodian, and child, if 12 years of age or older;

(19) documentation of searches for drugs, weapons, contraband or stolen property, including date and time of the search, action taken by foster parents and the agency, name of foster parent informing the agency, the date and time the agency is informed of the search, the date and time of the notification to the child's parents, guardian or legal custodian; and

(20) discharge summary including date and time of discharge, the name, address, telephone number, and relationship of the person or agency to whom the child was discharged, a summary of services provided during care, needs which remain to be met, and plans for the services needed to meet these goals.

(b) If the agency maintains a separate record on the parents and guardians of children whom they place into care, the parents' or guardians' record shall contain:

(1) demographic information including names, addresses, birth dates, races, religion, family composition;

(2) social histories, including any psychological or psychiatric reports and medical histories;

(3) strengths and needs of the parents or guardian and the services required;

(4) signed agreements between the agency and parents or guardian;

(5) summary of dates of contacts and progress toward goals;

(6) case review reports; and

(7) discharge summary.

(c) Documentation shall be entered into the child's, parents' or guardian's records within five days of occurrence.

(d) The agency shall keep separate records for each family foster home which contains:

(1) application;

(2) mutual home assessment;

(3) medical examination reports;

(4) fire inspection safety report;

(5) environmental conditions checklist;

(6) proof of high school diploma or GED;

(7) dates and content of worker's contacts with the foster family;

(8) training record that includes all required and ongoing training;

(9) foster parent agreement signed by foster parents and agency representative;

(10) discipline agreement signed by foster parents and agency representative;

(11) three references relevant to the role and responsibilities of a foster parent;

(12) annual assessment of strengths and needs of the foster family in providing foster care to children;

(13) chronological record of all placements of children receiving care in the home, including the dates of their care and an assessment of the care;

(14) written approval letter from executive director or his or her designee authorizing foster parents to administer physical restraint holds, if applicable;

(15) signed statement by the foster parents and adult members of the household that they have not been found to have abused or neglected a child or have not been a respondent in a juvenile court proceeding that resulted in the removal of a child or has had child protective services involvement that resulted in the removal of a child;

(16) signed statement by the foster parents and adult members of the household that they have not been confirmed or substantiated for abusing, neglecting or exploiting a disabled adult;

(17) documentation of the results of the search of the Responsible Individual's List as defined in 10A NCAC 70A .0102 for all adult members of the household that indicate they have not had child protective services involvement resulting in a substantiation of child abuse or serious neglect;

(18) signed statement by the foster parents and adult members of the household that they have not been a domestic violence perpetrator;

(19) documentation of the results of the search of the North Carolina Sex Offender and Public Protection Registry of all adult members of the household;

(20) documentation of the results of the search of the North Carolina Health Care Personnel Registry pursuant to G.S. 131E-256 of all adult members of the household;

(21) copies of waivers, as specified in 10A NCAC 70L .0102; and

(22) when closed, a summary containing reasons for the closing of the home and an assessment of the strengths and needs of the foster family in providing foster care to children.


History Note: Authority G.S. 131D-10.5; 143B-153;

Eff. October 1, 2008;

Amended Eff. May 1, 2010.

TITLE 12 – DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
12 NCAC 07D .0405 PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR'S

USE OF A BADGE

While engaged in their official duties, a private investigator shall be allowed to carry, possess, and display a badge that has been approved by the Board, the North Carolina Sheriffs' Association, and the North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police. The badge shall be a duplicate as shown below except for the licensee's name and license number. The badge shall be gold with dark blue lettering. Any deviation from the below design shall be deemed an unauthorized badge and shall constitute a violation of the statute and rules. The badge shall be displayed in a folding pocket case with the badge displayed on one side of the case and the Private Investigator's pocket credential, that is issued by the Board, displayed on the opposite side of the case.




History Note: Authority G.S. 74C-5(12);

Eff. May 1, 2010.
12 ncac 07d .0702 FEES FOR UNARMED

SECURITY GUARD REGISTRATION

(a) Fees for unarmed security guards are as follows:

(1) twenty five dollars ($25.00) non-refundable initial registration fee;

(2) twenty five dollars ($25.00) annual renewal, or reissue fee;

(3) ten dollars ($10.00) transfer fee; and

(4) twenty-five dollars ($25.00) late renewal fee to be paid within 90 days from the date the registration expires and to be paid in addition to the renewal fee.

(b) Fees shall be paid in the form of a check or money order made payable to the Private Protective Services Board.
History Note: Authority G.S. 74C-9;

Eff. June 1, 1984;

Amended Eff. December 1, 1985;

Temporary Amendment Eff. January 1, 1990 for a Period of 180 Days to Expire on July 1, 1990;

ARRC Objection Lodged January 18, 1990;

Amended Eff. May 1, 2010; December 1, 2003; July 1, 1990.

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12 NCAC 11 .0302 FEES FOR REGISTRATION

(a) Registration fees are as follows:

(1) Forty-five dollar ($45.00) non-refundable biennial registration fee;

(2) Ten dollar ($10.00) non-refundable re-issue fee for lost cards or for registration of an employee who changes employment to another licensee;

(3) Ten dollar ($10.00) non-refundable annual multiple registration fee;

(4) Ten dollar ($10.00) fee for each reconsideration of a registration permit that has been previously filed with the Board but returned to the licensee or applicant for correctable errors;

(5) Twenty dollar ($20.00) late renewal fee to be paid for an application submitted no more than 30 days from the date the registration expires and to be paid in addition to the renewal fee.

(b) Fees shall be paid in the form of a check or money order made payable to the Alarm Systems Licensing Board.


History Note: Authority G.S. 74D-7;

Temporary Rule Eff. January 9, 1984, for a period of 120 days to expire on May 7, 1984;

Eff. May 1, 1984;

Amended Eff. January 1, 1986;

Temporary Amendment Eff. October 6, 1992 for a period of 180 days or until the permanent rule becomes effective, whichever is sooner;

Amended Eff. May 1, 2010; February 1, 2010; April 1, 2005; March 1, 1993.

TITLE 15A – DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES
15A NCAC 02B .0248 RANDLEMAN LAKE WATER

SUPPLY WATERSHED: NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT

STRATEGY

(a) All waters of the Randleman Lake (Deep River) water supply watershed are classified for water supply uses and designated by the Environmental Management Commission as a Critical Water Supply Watershed pursuant to G.S. 143-214.5(b). The following rules shall be implemented for the entire drainage area upstream of the Randleman Lake Dam:

(1) Rule .0249 of this Section for Wastewater Discharges,

(2) Rule .0250 of this Section for Protection and Maintenance of Riparian Areas, and

(3) Rule .0251 of this Section for Urban Stormwater Management.

(b) Failure to meet the requirements of the Rules in this Section may result in the imposition of enforcement measures as authorized by G.S. 143-215.6A (civil penalties), G.S. 143-215.6B (criminal penalties), and G.S. 143-215.6C (injunctive relief).


History Note: Authority G.S. 143-214.1; 143-214.5; 143-215.3(a)(1); 143-215.6A; 143-215.6B; 143-215.6C;

Eff. April 1, 1999;

Amended Eff. May 1, 2010.
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15A NCAC 04B .0131 SELF-INSPECTIONS

Where inspections are required by G.S. 113A-54.1(e), the following apply:

(1) The person who performs the inspection shall make a record of the site inspection by documenting the following items:

(a) all of the erosion and sedimentation control measures, practices and devices, as called for in a construction sequence consistent with the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan, including but not limited to sedimentation control basins, sedimentation traps, sedimentation ponds, rock dams, temporary diversions, temporary slope drains, rock check dams, sediment fence or barriers, all forms of inlet protection, storm drainage facilities, energy dissipaters, and stabilization methods of open channels, have initially been installed and do not significantly deviate (as defined in Sub-item (1)(e) of this Rule) from the locations, dimensions and relative elevations shown on the approved erosion and sedimentation plan. Such documentation shall be accomplished by initialing and dating each measure or practice shown on a copy of the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan or by completing, dating and signing an inspection report that lists each measure, practice or device shown on the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan. This documentation is required only upon the initial installation of the erosion and sedimentation control measures, practices and devices as set forth by the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan or if the measures, practices and devices are modified after initial installation;

(b) the completion of any phase of grading for all graded slopes and fills shown on the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan, specifically noting the location and condition of the graded slopes and fills. Such documentation shall be accomplished by initialing and dating a copy of the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan or by completing, dating and signing an inspection report;

(c) the location of temporary or permanent ground cover, and that the installation of the ground cover does not significantly deviate (as defined in Sub-item (1)(e) of this Rule) from the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan. Such documentation shall be accomplished by initialing and dating a copy of the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan or by completing, dating and signing an inspection report;

(d) that maintenance and repair requirements for all temporary and permanent erosion and sedimentation control measures, practices and devices have been performed. Such documentation shall be accomplished by completing, dating and signing an inspection report (the general storm water permit monitoring form may be used to verify the maintenance and repair requirements); and

(e) any significant deviations from the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan, corrective actions required to correct the deviation and completion of the corrective actions. Such documentation shall be accomplished by initialing and dating a copy of the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan or by completing, dating and signing an inspection report. A significant deviation means an omission, alteration or relocation of an erosion or sedimentation control measure that prevents the measure from performing as intended.

(2) The documentation, whether on a copy of the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan or an inspection report, shall include the name, address, affiliation, telephone number, and signature of the person conducting the inspection and the date of the inspection. Any relevant licenses and certifications may also be included. Any documentation of inspections that occur on a copy of the approved erosion and sedimentation control plan shall occur on a single copy of the plan and that plan shall be made available on the site. Any inspection reports shall also be made available on the site.

(3) The inspection shall be performed during or after each of the following phases of a plan:

(a) installation of perimeter erosion and sediment control measures;

(b) clearing and grubbing of existing ground cover;

(c) completion of any phase of grading of slopes or fills that requires provision of temporary or permanent ground cover pursuant to G.S. 113A-57(2);

(d) completion of storm drainage facilities;

(e) completion of construction or development; and

(f) quarterly until the establishment of permanent ground cover sufficient to restrain erosion or until the financially responsible party has conveyed ownership or control of the tract of land for which the erosion and sedimentation control plan has been approved and the agency that approved the plan has been notified. If the financially responsible party has conveyed ownership or control of the tract of land for which the erosion and sedimentation control plan has been approved, the new owner or person in control shall conduct and document inspections quarterly until the establishment of permanent ground cover sufficient to restrain erosion.



History Note: Authority G.S. 113A-54; 113A-54.1(e);

Eff. October 1, 2010.
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15A NCAC 07H .1704 GENERAL CONDITIONS

(a) Work permitted by means of an emergency general permit shall be subject to the following limitations:

(1) No work shall begin until an onsite meeting is held with the applicant and a Division of Coastal Management representative so that the proposed emergency work can be delineated. Written authorization to proceed with the proposed development may be issued during this visit.

(2) No work shall be permitted other than that which is necessary to reasonably protect against or reduce the imminent danger caused by the emergency, to restore the damaged property to its condition immediately before the emergency, or to re-establish necessary public facilities or transportation corridors.

(3) Any permitted erosion control projects shall be located no more than 20 feet waterward of the imminently threatened structure or the right-of way in the case of roads. If a building or road is found to be imminently threatened and at increased risk of imminent damage due to site conditions such as a flat beach profile or accelerated erosion, temporary erosion control structures may be located more than 20 feet seaward of the structure being protected. In cases of increased risk of imminent damage, the location of the temporary erosion control structures shall be determined by the Director of the Division of Coastal Management or designee.

(4) Fill materials used in conjunction with emergency work for storm or erosion control shall be obtained from an upland source. Excavation below MHW in the Ocean Hazard AEC may be allowed to obtain material to fill sandbags used for emergency protection.

(5) Structural work shall meet sound engineering practices.

(6) This permit allows the use of oceanfront erosion control measures for all oceanfront properties without regard to the size of the existing structure on the property or the date of construction.

(b) Individuals shall allow authorized representatives of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to make inspections at any time deemed necessary to be sure that the activity being performed under authority of this general permit is in accordance with the terms and conditions in these Rules.

(c) Development shall not jeopardize the use of the waters for navigation or for other public trust rights in public trust areas including estuarine waters.

(d) This permit shall not be applicable to proposed construction where the Department has determined, based on an initial review of the application, that notice and review pursuant to G.S. 113A-119 is necessary because there are unresolved questions concerning the proposed activity's impact on adjoining properties or on water quality, air quality, coastal wetlands, cultural or historic sites, wildlife, fisheries resources, or public trust rights.

(e) This permit does not eliminate the need to obtain any other state, local, or federal authorization.

(f) Development carried out under this permit must be consistent with all local requirements, CAMA rules, and local land use plans, storm hazard mitigation, and post-disaster recovery plans current at the time of authorization.
History Note: Authority G.S. 113-229(cl); 113A-107(a),(b); 113A-113(b); 113A-118.1;

Eff. November 1, 1985;

Amended Eff. December 1, 1991; May 1, 1990;

RRC Objection due to ambiguity Eff. May 19, 1994;

Amended Eff. May 1, 2010; August 1, 1998; July 1, 1994.
15A NCAC 07H .1705 SPECIFIC CONDITIONS

(a) Temporary Erosion Control Structures in the Ocean Hazard AEC.

(1) Permittable temporary erosion control structures shall be limited to sandbags placed landward of mean high water and parallel to the shore.

(2) Temporary erosion control structures as defined in Subparagraph (1) of this Paragraph shall be used to protect only imminently threatened roads and associated right of ways, and buildings and their associated septic systems. A structure shall be considered imminently threatened if its foundation, septic system, or, right-of-way in the case of roads, is less than 20 feet away from the erosion scarp. Buildings and roads located more than 20 feet from the erosion scarp or in areas where there is no obvious erosion scarp may also be found to be imminently threatened when site conditions, such as a flat beach profile or accelerated erosion, increase the risk of imminent damage to the structure.

(3) Temporary erosion control structures shall be used to protect only the principal structure and its associated septic system, but not appurtenances such as pools, gazebos, decks or any amenity that is allowed as an exception to the erosion setback requirement.

(4) Temporary erosion control structures may be placed seaward of a septic system when there is no alternative to relocate it on the same or adjoining lot so that it is landward of or in line with the structure being protected.

(5) Temporary erosion control structures shall not extend more than 20 feet past the sides of the structure to be protected. The landward side of such temporary erosion control structures shall not be located more than 20 feet seaward of the structure to be protected or the right-of-way in the case of roads. If a building or road is found to be imminently threatened and at increased risk of imminent damage due to site conditions such as a flat beach profile or accelerated erosion, temporary erosion control structures may be located more than 20 feet seaward of the structure being protected. In cases of increased risk of imminent damage, the location of the temporary erosion control structures shall be determined by the Director of the Division of Coastal management or designee.

(6) Temporary erosion control structures may remain in place for up to two years after the date of approval if they are protecting a building with a total floor area of 5000 square feet or less and its associated septic system, or for up to five years for a building with a total floor area of more than 5000 square feet and its associated septic system. Temporary erosion control structures may remain in place for up to five years if they are protecting a bridge or a road. The property owner shall be responsible for removal of the temporary structure within 30 days of the end of the allowable time period.

(7) Temporary sandbag erosion control structures may remain in place for up to five years from the date of approval if they are located in a community that is actively pursuing a beach nourishment project, and up to eight years from the date of approval if they are located in an Inlet Hazard Area adjacent to an inlet for which a community is actively pursuing an inlet relocation project. For purposes of this Rule, a community is considered to be actively pursuing a beach nourishment or inlet relocation project if it has:

(A) an active CAMA permit, where necessary, approving such project, or

(B) been identified by a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Beach Nourishment Reconnaissance Study, General Reevaluation Report, Coastal Storm Damage Reduction Study, or an ongoing feasibility study by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and a commitment of local or federal money, when necessary; or

(C) received a favorable economic evaluation report on a federal project; or

(D) is in the planning stages of a project that has been designed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers or persons meeting applicable State occupational licensing requirements and has been initiated by a local government or community with a commitment of local or state funds to construct the project and the identification of the financial resources or funding bases necessary to fund the beach nourishment or inlet relocation project.

If beach nourishment or inlet relocation is rejected by the sponsoring agency or community, or ceases to be actively planned for a section of shoreline, the time extension is void for that section of beach or community and existing sandbags are subject to all applicable time limits set forth in Subparagraph (6) of this Paragraph.

(8) Once the temporary erosion control structure is determined to be unnecessary due to relocation or removal of the threatened structure, a storm protection project constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, a large scale beach nourishment project or an inlet relocation project, it shall be removed by the permittee within 30 days of official notification by the Division of Coastal Management regardless of the time limit placed on the temporary erosion control structure.

(9) Removal of temporary erosion control structures shall not be required if they are covered by dunes with stable and natural vegetation.

(10) The property owner shall be responsible for the removal of remnants of all portions of any damaged temporary erosion control structure.

(11) Sandbags used to construct temporary erosion control structures shall be tan in color and 3 to 5 feet wide and 7 to 15 feet long when measured flat. Base width of the structure shall not exceed 20 feet, and the height shall not exceed 6 feet.

(12) Soldier pilings and other types of devices to anchor sandbags shall not be allowed.

(13) Excavation below mean high water in the Ocean Hazard AEC may be allowed to obtain material to fill sandbags used for emergency protection.

(14) An imminently threatened structure may be protected only once regardless of ownership unless the threatened structure is located in an Inlet Hazard Area and in a community that is actively pursuing an inlet relocation project in accordance with Subparagraph (7). Existing temporary erosion control structures located in Inlet Hazard Areas may be eligible for an additional eight year permit extension provided that the structure being protected is still imminently threatened, the temporary erosion control structure is in compliance with requirements of this Subparagraph and the community in which it is located is actively pursuing an inlet relocation project in accordance with Subparagraph (7) of this Paragraph. In the case of a building, a temporary erosion control structure may be extended, or new segments constructed, if additional areas of the building become imminently threatened. Where temporary structures are installed or extended incrementally, the time period for removal under Subparagraph (6) or (7) shall begin at the time the initial erosion control structure is installed. For the purpose of this Rule:

(A) a building and septic system shall be considered as separate structures.

(B) a road or highway shall be allowed to be incrementally protected as sections become imminently threatened. The time period for removal of each section of sandbags shall begin at the time that section is installed in accordance with Subparagraph (6) or (7) of this Rule.

(15) Existing sandbag structures may be repaired or replaced within their originally permitted dimensions during the time period allowed under Subparagraph (6) or (7) of this Rule.

(b) Erosion Control Structures in the Estuarine Shoreline, Estuarine Waters, and Public Trust AECs. Work permitted by this general permit shall be subject to the following limitations:

(1) no work shall be permitted other than that which is necessary to reasonably protect against or reduce the imminent danger caused by the emergency or to restore the damaged property to its condition immediately before the emergency;

(2) the erosion control structure shall be located no more than 20 feet waterward of the imminently threatened structure. If a building or road is found to be imminently threatened and at increased risk of imminent damage due to site conditions such as a flat shore profile or accelerated erosion, temporary erosion control structures may be located more than 20 feet seaward of the structure being protected. In cases of increased risk of imminent damage, the location of the temporary erosion control structures shall be determined by the Director of the Division of Coastal Management or designee.

(3) fill material used in conjunction with emergency work for storm or erosion control in the Estuarine Shoreline, Estuarine Waters and Public Trust AECs shall be obtained from an upland source.

(c) Protection, Rehabilitation, or Temporary Relocation of Public Facilities or Transportation Corridors.

(1) Work permitted by this general permit shall be subject to the following limitations:

(A) no work shall be permitted other than that which is necessary to protect against or reduce the imminent danger caused by the emergency or to restore the damaged property to its condition immediately before the emergency;

(B) the erosion control structure shall be located no more than 20 feet waterward of the imminently threatened structure or the right-of-way in the case of roads. If a public facility or transportation corridor is found to be imminently threatened and at increased risk of imminent damage due to site conditions such as a flat shore profile or accelerated erosion, temporary erosion control structures may be located more than 20 feet seaward of the facility or corridor being protected. In cases of increased risk of imminent damage, the location of the temporary erosion control structures shall be determined by the Director of the Division of Coastal Management or designee;

(C) any fill materials used in conjunction with emergency work for storm or erosion control shall be obtained from an upland source except that dredging for fill material to protect public facilities or transportation corridors shall be considered in accordance with standards in 15A NCAC 7H .0208;

(D) all fill materials or structures associated with temporary relocations which are located within Coastal Wetlands, Estuarine Water, or Public Trust AECs shall be removed after the emergency event has ended and the area restored to pre-disturbed conditions.

(2) This permit authorizes only the immediate protection or temporary rehabilitation or relocation of existing public facilities. Long-term stabilization or relocation of public facilities shall be consistent with local governments' post-disaster recovery plans and policies which are part of their Land Use Plans.
History Note: Authority G.S. 113-229(cl); 113A-107(a),(b); 113A-113(b); 113A-118.1;

Eff. November 1, 1985;

Amended Eff. April 1, 1999; February 1, 1996; June 1, 1995;

Temporary Amendment Eff. July 3, 2000; May 22, 2000;

Amended Eff. May 1, 2010; August 1, 2002.

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