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  • Section 3435, Asian Citrus Psyllid Interior Quarantine – Expand Imperial and Riverside Counties:
    This emergency amendment of Section 3435 will expand the existing quarantine boundaries to include all of Imperial County (an addition of about 1,728 square miles), and add about eight square miles to the quarantine area in Riverside County. The effect of the amendment of this regulation is to provide authority for the State to perform quarantine activities against ACP within these additional areas. Any quarantine actions undertaken by the Department will be in cooperation and coordination with the USDA and the Riverside County Agricultural Commissioner. It is immediately necessary to implement quarantine actions in order to prevent the artificial spread of ACP to the uninfested areas of California. The total regulated area is approximately 15,937 square miles.

    Date submitted to OAL: 11/23/09
    Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
    Date filed with Secretary of State: 11/25/09
    Effective Date: 11/25/09

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  • Section 3435, Asian Citrus Psyllid Interior Quarantine – Expand San Diego, Riverside and Imperial Counties:
    This emergency amendment of Section 3435 will expand the existing regulated area approximately 278 square miles in part of San Diego Counties with respect to Asian citrus psyllid (Diaphorina citri) (ACP). The effect of the amendment of this regulation is to provide authority for the State to perform quarantine activities against ACP within this additional area of San Diego. Any quarantine actions undertaken by the Department will be in cooperation and coordination with the USDA and the San Diego and Imperial County Agricultural Commissioners. It is immediately necessary to implement quarantine actions in order to prevent the artificial spread of ACP to the non-infested areas of California. The total proposed regulated area is approximately 11,174 square miles. This amendment will also revise restrictions on movement of regulated articles within the quarantine area. Movement of green waste within the regulated area will be allowed, as will the transit of regulated articles from outside the quarantine area. Nursery stock meeting certain conditions will be allowed to move within the regulated area.

    Date submitted to OAL: 10/23/09
    Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
    Date filed with Secretary of State: 10/30/09
    Effective Date: 10/30/09

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  • Section 3435, Asian Citrus Psyllid Interior Quarantine – Add Los Angeles County:
    This emergency amendment of Section 3435 will expand the existing regulated area approximately 4,090 square miles by adding all of Los Angeles County as the area under quarantine with respect to Asian citrus psyllid (Diaphorina citri) (ACP). The effect of the amendment of this regulation will be to implement the State’s authority to perform quarantine activities against the ACP in Los Angeles County. Any quarantine actions undertaken by the Department will be in cooperation and coordination with the USDA and the Los Angeles County Agricultural Commissioner. It is immediately necessary to implement quarantine actions in order to prevent the artificial spread of ACP to the uninfested areas of California. The total proposed regulated area would then be approximately 10,896 square miles.

    The amendment will also clarify when citrus fruit is regulated and when it is exempt from the restrictions of the regulation.

    Date submitted to OAL: 08/28/09
    Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
    Date filed with Secretary of State: 09/01/09
    Effective Date: 09/01/09

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  • Section 3435, Asian Citrus Psyllid Interior Quarantine – Add Orange County and Clarify Regulation of Citrus Fruit:
    This emergency amendment of Section 3435 will expand the existing regulated area approximately 800 square miles by adding all of Orange County as the area under quarantine with respect to Asian citrus psyllid (Diaphorina citri) (ACP). The effect of the amendment of this regulation is to provide authority for the State to perform quarantine activities against ACP within this additional area. The effect of the amendment of this regulation will be to implement the State’s authority to perform quarantine activities against the ACP in Orange County. Any quarantine actions undertaken by the Department will be in cooperation and coordination with the USDA and the Orange County Agricultural Commissioner. It is immediately necessary to implement quarantine actions in order to prevent the artificial spread of ACP to the uninfested areas of California. The proposed area to be added to the existing regulated area (approximately 6,006 square miles) is approximately 800 square miles. The total proposed regulated area would then be approximately 6,806 square miles.

    The amendment will also clarify when citrus fruit is regulated and when it is exempt from the restrictions of the regulation.

    Date submitted to OAL: 08/25/09
    Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
    Date filed with Secretary of State: 08/27/09
    Effective Date: 08/27/09

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  • Section 3435, Asian Citrus Psyllid Interior Quarantine – Add Portion of Riverside County:
    This emergency amendment of Section 3435 will expand the existing regulated area approximately 875 square miles in a portion of Riverside County as the area under quarantine with respect to Asian citrus psyllid (Diaphorina citri) (ACP). The effect of the amendment of this regulation is to provide authority for the State to perform quarantine activities against ACP within these additional areas. The effect of the amendment of this regulation will be to implement the State’s authority to perform quarantine activities against the ACP in this additional area of Riverside County. Any quarantine actions undertaken by the Department will be in cooperation and coordination with the USDA and the Riverside County Agricultural Commissioner. It is immediately necessary to implement quarantine actions in order to prevent the artificial spread of ACP to the uninfested areas of California. The proposed area to be added to the existing regulated area (approximately 5,131 square miles) is approximately 875 square miles. The total proposed regulated area would then be approximately 6,006 square miles.

    Date submitted to OAL: 03/13/09
    Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
    Date filed with Secretary of State: 03/18/09
    Effective Date: 03/18/09

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  • Section 3435, Asian Citrus Psyllid Interior Quarantine – Expand Imperial County:
    This emergency amendment of Section 3435 will expand the existing regulated area approximately 1,367 square miles in portions of Imperial County with respect to Asian citrus psyllid (Diaphorina citri) (ACP). The effect of the amendment of this regulation is to provide authority for the State to perform quarantine activities against ACP within this additional area of Imperial County. Any quarantine actions undertaken by the Department will be in cooperation and coordination with the USDA and the Imperial County Agricultural Commissioner. It is immediately necessary to implement quarantine actions in order to prevent the artificial spread of ACP to the non-infested areas of California. The total proposed regulated area is approximately 5,131 square miles.

    Date submitted to OAL: 11/26/08
    Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
    Date filed with Secretary of State: 12/04/08
    Effective Date: 12/04/08

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  • Section 3435, Asian Citrus Psyllid Interior Quarantine – Expand San Diego and Imperial Counties:
    This emergency amendment of Section 3435 will expand the existing regulated area approximately 1,953 square miles in portions of Imperial and San Diego Counties with respect to Asian citrus psyllid (Diaphorina citri) (ACP). The effect of the amendment of this regulation is to provide authority for the State to perform quarantine activities against ACP within these additional areas of San Diego and Imperial Counties. Any quarantine actions undertaken by the Department will be in cooperation and coordination with the USDA and the San Diego and Imperial County Agricultural Commissioners. It is immediately necessary to implement quarantine actions in order to prevent the artificial spread of ACP to the non-infested areas of California. The total proposed regulated area is approximately 3,764 square miles.

    Date submitted to OAL: 10/27/08
    Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
    Date filed with Secretary of State: 10/29/08
    Effective Date: 10/29/08

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  • Section 3435, Asian Citrus Psyllid Interior Quarantine – Expand San Diego County:
    This emergency amendment of Section 3435 will expand the existing regulated area approximately 630 square miles to the east of the current regulated area of San Diego County with respect to Asian citrus psyllid (Diaphorina citri) (ACP). The effect of the amendment of this regulation is to provide authority for the State to perform quarantine activities against ACP within this additional area of San Diego County. Any quarantine actions undertaken by the Department will be in cooperation and coordination with the USDA and the San Diego County Agricultural Commissioner. It is immediately necessary to implement quarantine actions in order to prevent the artificial spread of ACP to the non-infested areas of California. The total proposed regulated area is approximately 1811 square miles.

    Date submitted to OAL: 09/15/08
    Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
    Date filed with Secretary of State: 09/17/08
    Effective Date: 09/17/08

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  • Section 3435, Asian Citrus Psyllid Interior Quarantine – San Diego County:
    This emergency adoption of Section 3435 will establish portions of San Diego County as the area under quarantine with respect to Asian citrus psyllid (Diaphorina citri) (ACP). The effect of the adoption of this regulation will be to implement the State’s authority to perform quarantine activities against the ACP in the regulated area of San Diego County. The effect of the adoption of this regulation will also be to establish the hosts and possible carriers, regulated area, restrictions and exemptions when performing quarantine activities against ACP. Any quarantine actions undertaken by the Department will be in cooperation and coordination with the USDA and the San Diego County Agricultural Commissioner. It is immediately necessary to implement quarantine actions in order to prevent the artificial spread of ACP to the non-infested areas of California. The total proposed regulated area is approximately 1181 square miles.

    Date submitted to OAL: 09/04/08
    Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
    Date filed with Secretary of State: 09/05/08
    Effective Date: 09/05/08

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