75-2-106. Small business compliance assistance advisory council -- duties -- secretary -- meetings. (1) The small business compliance assistance advisory council, established in 2-15-2110, shall:
(a) render advisory opinions concerning the effectiveness of the small business stationary source technical and environmental compliance assistance program administered by the department;
(b) make periodic reports to the appropriate federal agency concerning the compliance of the small business stationary source technical and environmental compliance assistance program with the requirements of the federal Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7401, et seq.;
(c) review information for small business stationary sources to ensure that the information is understandable by the lay person and recommend changes to make the information understandable;
(d) consult with the small business stationary source representative provided for in 75-2-109 regarding problems faced by small business stationary sources concerning the implementation and application of the requirements of this chapter; and
(e) perform other duties necessary to meet the requirements of the federal Clean Air Act.
(2) The council shall elect a presiding officer from among its membership.
(3) The secretary of the council must be an employee of the department assigned to the small business stationary source technical and environmental compliance assistance program. The secretary shall keep all records of meetings and actions taken by the council and is responsible for the development and dissemination of any reports and advisory opinions of the council.
(4) The council shall hold at least one regular meeting each calendar year and keep a summary record of its proceedings that is open to the public for inspection. Special meetings may be called by the presiding officer or a majority of the council members. The secretary shall provide advance notice of the time and place for meetings to each member of the council.