Idaho Statutes
pecnv.out

TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 65
LOCAL LAND USE PLANNING
67-6529H.  site suitability determination — application fees. (1) The board of county commissioners shall collect a CAFO site suitability fee from each applicant that will require a suitability determination by the site advisory team. The fee shall be one thousand two hundred dollars ($1,200) plus mileage and per diem calculated based on distance traveled from the department of agriculture’s Boise office to the proposed CAFO site. Mileage and per diem shall not exceed the established state rate existing at the time of the suitability determination.
(a)  The board of county commissioners requesting the suitability determination shall forward the CAFO site suitability fee to the department of agriculture at the time of the request;
(b)  Whenever the cost of the suitability determination is less than one thousand two hundred dollars ($1,200) plus per diem and mileage, the difference shall be refunded to the applicant by the department of agriculture;
(c)  The department of agriculture shall distribute the fee to the site advisory team on a pro rata basis according to time spent by team members on the suitability determination.
(2)  Any applicant subject to the butterfat assessment pursuant to section 37-407, Idaho Code, following the issuance of a permit is hereby exempt from paying the CAFO site suitability fee.
(3)  Any applicant subject to a brand inspection fee pursuant to section 25-1160, Idaho Code, is exempt from paying the CAFO site suitability fee.

History:
[67-6529H, added 2011, ch. 180, sec. 3, p. 512.]


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