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   "(c)  Deadline.-Any person  required to  have a permit  shall, not

later  than 12  months after  the  date on  which  the source  becomes

subject  to a permit program approved or promulgated under this title,

or such earlier date as the permitting authority may establish, submit

to the permitting authority a compliance plan and an application for a

permit  signed  by  a  responsible  official,  who shall  certify  the

accuracy of the information  submitted. The permitting authority shall

approve  or disapprove  a completed  application (consistent  with the

procedures established under this title for consideration of such

applications),  and shall issue or  deny the permit,  within 18 months

after  the  date  of  receipt  thereof,  except  that  the  permitting

authority shall  establish  a phased  schedule  for acting  on  permit

applications submitted within  the first full year after the effective

date of a  permit program (or a partial or  interim program). Any such

schedule shall assure that at least one-third of such  permits will be

acted  on by such authority annually over  a period of not to exceed 3

years  after  such  effective  date. Such  authority  shall  establish

reasonable  procedures  to  prioritize such  approval  or  disapproval

actions in the case  of applications for construction  or modification

under the applicable requirements of this Act.

   "(d)  Timely   and  Complete   Applications.-Except  for   sources

required to have  a permit before  construction or modification  under

the applicable requirements of this Act, if an applicant has submitted

a timely and complete application for  a permit required by this title

(including  renewals), but  final action  has not  been taken  on such

application, the  source's failure to  have a  permit shall  not be  a

violation of this Act, unless the delay in final action was due to the

failure  of  the applicant  timely to  submit information  required or

requested to process  the application.  No source required  to have  a

permit under this title shall be in violation of section 502(a) before

the  date on which  the source  is required  to submit  an application

under subsection (c).

   "(e)  Copies; Availability.-A  copy  of  each permit  application,

compliance plan  (including the schedule of  compliance), emissions or

compliance monitoring  report, certification,  and each permit  issued

under this title, shall be available to the public. If an applicant or

permittee  is required  to submit  information entitled  to protection

from disclosure under  section 114(c)  of this Act,  the applicant  or

permittee may submit such  information separately. The requirements of

section  114(c) shall  apply to  such information.  The contents  of a

permit shall not be entitled to protection under section 114(c).

"SEC. 504. PERMIT REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS.

   "(a)  Conditions.-Each  permit  issued  under  this  title   shall

include enforceable emission limitations  and standards, a schedule of

compliance, a requirement that the  permittee submit to the permitting

authority,  no less  often than  every 6  months, the  results of  any

required monitoring,  and such other  conditions as  are necessary  to

assure compliance with applicable  requirements of this Act, including

the requirements of the applicable implementation plan.

   "(b)  Monitoring  and  Analysis.-The  Administrator  may  by  rule

prescribe procedures  and methods  for determining compliance  and for

monitoring and analysis  of pollutants regulated  under this Act,  but

continuous emissions  monitoring need  not be required  if alternative

methods are  available that  provide sufficiently reliable  and timely

information  for  determining compliance.  Nothing in  this subsection

shall  be  construed to  affect  any  continuous emissions  monitoring

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