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Ordinance No. 1734 <br />Page Two <br /> <br />WHEREAS, the Council of the City of Pleasanton finds that this ordinance is necessary to <br /> adopt for purposes of compliance with State regulations and to add requirements <br /> for toxic gases. <br /> <br />THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLEASANTON DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: <br /> <br />SECTION 1. Chapters 9.16 and 9.18 of the Pleasanton Municipal Code are being repealed. <br /> <br />SECTION 2. Chapter 9.16, Hazardous Materials Storage, is hereby added to the Pleasanton <br /> Municipal Code to read as follows: <br /> <br />9.16.010 Findings and Purpose. <br /> <br /> The Council hereby finds and declares that: <br /> <br /> A. The purpose of this Ordinance is to implement, within the City of Pleasanton, all <br /> hazardous materials and hazardous waste programs covered under SB 1082, otherwise <br /> known as the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) law. These programs include: <br /> Hazardous Materials Release Response Plans and Inventory, also known as Hazardous <br /> Materials Business or Management Plans (Chapter 6.95 of Division 20 of the Health and <br /> Safety Code); California Accidental Release Prevention Program (Chapter 6.95 of the <br /> Health and Safety Code); Underground Storage Tanks (Chapter 6.7 of the Health and <br /> Safety Code), Aboveground Storage Tanks (Chapter 6.67 of the Health and Safety Code); <br /> and Hazardous Waste Generator and On-site Treatment (Chapter 6.5 of the Health and <br /> Safety Code). <br /> <br /> B. The City of Pleasanton has historically implemented the Underground Storage Tank <br /> program, the Hazardous Materials Business Plan program and the California Accidental <br /> Release Prevention Program (formerly known as the Risk Management and Prevention <br /> Plan program). New programs to be undertaken include hazardous waste generator, <br /> on-site treatment of hazardous waste (lower three tiers of the tiered permitting program), <br /> and aboveground storage of petroleum liquids in tanks (this will be in addition to the <br /> Uniform Fire Code requirements). The purpose of this ordinance will be to bring all <br /> regulatory authority and compliance requirements under one comprehensive ordinance. <br /> <br /> <br />