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   secretariat for the development and dissemination  of such reports

   and advisory opinions.

   "(e)  Compliance Advisory  Panel.-(1)  There  shall be  created  a

Compliance Advisory Panel  (hereinafter referred to as the `Panel') on

the State level of not less than 7 individuals. This Panel shall-

      "(A) render  advisory opinions concerning  the effectiveness of

   the small business  stationary source technical and  environmental

   compliance  assistance  program,  difficulties  encountered,   and

   degree and severity of enforcement;

      "(B) make periodic reports  to the Administrator concerning the

   compliance  of   the  State   Small  Business   Stationary  Source

   Technical  and  Environmental  Compliance Assistance  Program with

   the requirements  of the Paperwork  Reduction Act, the  Regulatory

   Flexibility Act, and the Equal Access to Justice Act;

      "(C) review information  for small business  stationary sources

   to assure  such information  is understandable  by the  layperson;

   and

      "(D) have  the Small  Business Stationary Source  Technical and

   Environmental   Compliance  Assistance   Program   serve   as  the

   secretariat for the development and dissemination  of such reports

   and advisory opinions.

   "(2) The Panel shall consist of-

      "(A)  2 members,  who  are not  owners,  or representatives  of

   owners,  of small  business stationary  sources,  selected by  the

   Governor to represent the general public;

      "(B)  2  members  selected  by the  State  legislature  who are

   owners,  or who  represent owners,  of  small business  stationary

   sources (1 member  each by the majority and minority leadership of

   the  lower   house,  or  in  the   case  of   a  unicameral  State

   legislature,  2 members  each shall  be  selected by  the majority

   leadership  and  the minority  leadership,  respectively,  of such

   legislature, and subparagraph (C) shall not apply);

      "(C) 2  members  selected  by the  State  legislature  who  are

   owners,  or who  represent owners,  of  small business  stationary

   sources (1 member  each by the majority and minority leadership of

   the upper house, or the equivalent State entity); and

      "(D)  1 member selected by the head of the department or agency

   of  the State  responsible  for air  pollution permit  programs to

   represent that agency.

   "(f) Fees.-The  State (or the  Administrator) may  reduce any  fee

required under this Act  to take into account the  financial resources

of small business stationary sources.

   "(g) Continuous Emission Monitors.-In  developing regulations  and

CTGs  under  this  Act  that contain  continuous  emission  monitoring

requirements, the Administrator, consistent with the require-

ments of this Act, before applying such requirements to small business

stationary sources,  shall consider the necessity  and appropriateness

of  such requirements  for such  sources.  Nothing in  this subsection

shall  affect the  applicability of  title IV  provisions  relating to

continuous emissions monitoring.

   "(h)   Control   Technique  Guidelines.-The   Administrator  shall

consider, consistent  with the  requirements  of this  Act, the  size,

type, and technical capabilities  of small business stationary sources

(and  sources which are eligible under subsection (c)(2) to be treated

as small business stationary sources) in developing CTGs applicable to

such sources under this Act.".

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