Does the Commission issue permits for MOTEMS (or California Building Code) compliance purposes? No. The Commission is the enforcing agency for the MOTEMS. The Commission is not a permitting agency and does not perform tasks such as permit processing or...

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The MOTEMS Section 3102F.4.1 requires marine oil terminal operators to provide a notification to the local area Division field office (Northern California: 510.741.4950; Southern California: 562.499.6312) following a significant, potentially damage-causing event, such...

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The MOTEMS Executive Summary (ES) Tables are structured to concisely communicate a marine oil terminal’s fitness-for-purpose status, based on audit, inspection and evaluation results. These Tables are required to be maintained up-to-date and submitted to the...

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Staff Update – June 2019 The Commission and Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, as lead agencies under the California Environmental Quality Act and the National Environmental Policy Act, anticipate releasing the joint draft Environmental Impact Report /...

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