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A copy of the proposed regulations is being published in the April 1, 2014 edition of the Delaware Register of Regulations. A copy is also on file in the office of the Thoroughbred Racing Commission, 777 Delaware Park Boulevard, Wilmington, Delaware 19804 and is available for inspection during regular office hours. Copies are also published online at the Register of Regulations website: http://regulations.delawar e.gov/services/current_issue.shtml.
Copies of the proposed regulation are available for review in the April 1, 2014 edition of the Delaware Register of Regulations, accessible online at: http://regulations.delaware.gov or by calling the Comprehensive Cancer Control Program at 302-744-1032.
Email: Deborah.Harvey@state.de.us
Copies of the proposed regulation are available for review in the April 1, 2014 edition of the Delaware Register of Regulations, accessible online at: http://regulations.delaware.gov or by calling the Office of Health Facilities Licensing and Certification at (302) 283-7220.
Additional information, copies of the regulation and supporting documents are available on the internet at this URL: http://www.dnrec.state.de.us/DNREC2000/Divisions/Water/WaterQuality/Standards.htm. To request a copy of the proposed revisions to the regulations please contact David Wolanski, Watershed Assessment and Management Section at (302) 739-9939 or by email at david.wolanski@state.de.us.
The procedures for adopting regulations are established in 7 Del.C. §6006 and 29 Del.C. Chapter 101. Inquiries regarding comments should be directed to Robert Haynes at (302) 739-9039. Written comments should be addressed to: David Wolanski, Watershed Assessment and Management Section, Silver Lake Plaza-Suite 220, 820 Silver Lake Blvd, Dover, DE 19904-2464. Electronic versions of comments are preferred; please e-mail comments to David Wolanski at david.wolanski@state.de.us.
Copies of the Proposed amendments to the 2005 Murderkill River TMDL Regulation and other related technical support documents are available on the Department’s website at http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/swc/wa/Pages/WatershedAssessmentTMDLs.aspx or by contacting Hassan Mirsajadi, Watershed Assessment and Management Section, Division of Watershed Stewardship, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, 820 Silver Lake Boulevard, Suite 220, Dover, DE 19904-2464, (302) 739-9939, facsimile: (302) 739-6140.
The Delaware Board of Pilot Commissioners, pursuant to 23 Del.C. §102(1), proposes to revise regulation 11.2 by striking it in its entirety and revise Section 6.0 by removing the 120 limitation on annual physicals. The purpose for the removal of subsection 11.2 is that vessels of the size required to be piloted by this rule are no longer calling at the port, making compliance with this regulation difficult and unnecessary. The purpose for the removal of the 120 limitation on annual physicals in regulation 6.0 is that the current constrictions of private health insurance often limit annual physicals to one per year, and this limitation is making compliance with insurance requirements difficult to impossible.
The Delaware Board of Home Inspectors, pursuant to 24 Del.C. §4106(a)(1), proposes to amend its rules and regulations. The proposed regulation changes address two separate issues. The first is a change to regulation 4.0 which would enable applicants with five years of experience or who have completed 250 home inspections to obtain a license despite not being eligible as an endorsement candidate. Currently, such candidates must become trainee registrants before obtaining a home inspection license. The second proposed change relates to regulation 18.0 regarding standards of practice. The proposed changes would reflect recent changes to the American Society of Home Inspectors standards of practice so as to allow the practice of home inspection in Delaware to remain consistent with surrounding states.
The Delaware Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators, pursuant to 24 Del.C. §5206(1), proposes to revise its regulations. The proposed revisions to the regulations would mandate that AIT registrants take additional training in preparation for the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards and the practice of nursing home administration. The Board has always strongly recommended that applicants take the course and now recommends that the course become mandatory pursuant to 24 Del.C. §5209(a)(1).
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