WSR 10-24-085

PERMANENT RULES

BOARD OF

PILOTAGE COMMISSIONERS

[ Filed November 30, 2010, 12:41 p.m. , effective December 31, 2010 ]


Effective Date of Rule: Thirty-one days after filing.

Purpose: To provide adequate revenue by adjusting pilot license fees and vessel exemption fees to support the continuation of board operations. Also, to provide additional revenue by adjusting the training surcharge to defray some of the board's training-related costs beyond trainee stipends.

Citation of Existing Rules Affected by this Order: Amending WAC 363-116-070, 363-116-300, and 363-116-360.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: Chapter 88.16 RCW.

Adopted under notice filed as WSR 10-20-170 on October 6, 2010.

Changes Other than Editing from Proposed to Adopted Version: The adopted amount of increase to the annual pilot license fee is $500 rather than the proposed increase which ranged from $1,500 - $3,000.

The adopted amount of increase to the "training surcharge" is $5 rather than the proposed $10.

The adopted amount of increase to the existing chart of vessel exemption fees resulted in the fifty percent increase as proposed; but also, an additional category was created which covers yachts measuring up to and including fifty feet LOA. This size group was formerly covered in the broader category for yachts measuring up to and including one hundred feet LOA. This category was split and the fifty percent increase was applied only to the upper half (yachts fifty-one - one hundred feet LOA). The fees for the new smaller category remain the same.

Number of Sections Adopted in Order to Comply with Federal Statute: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; Federal Rules or Standards: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; or Recently Enacted State Statutes: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted at Request of a Nongovernmental Entity: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted on the Agency's Own Initiative: New 0, Amended 3, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted in Order to Clarify, Streamline, or Reform Agency Procedures: New 0, Amended 1, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted Using Negotiated Rule Making: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; Pilot Rule Making: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; or Other Alternative Rule Making: New 0, Amended 3, Repealed 0.

Date Adopted: November 9, 2010.

Peggy Larson

Administrator

OTS-3656.2


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 08-15-119, filed 7/21/08, effective 8/21/08)

WAC 363-116-070   Collection of fees.   All pilots shall pay an annual license fee of six thousand five hundred dollars or such amount as may be set by statute for every year in which they perform any pilotage services. If a licensed pilot does not perform pilotage services during a license year, his/her fee for that year shall be reduced to one thousand dollars upon application to the board. The board of pilotage commissioners shall receive all fees for licenses or for other purposes and make proper accounting of same and transmit all such funds to the pilotage account.

[Statutory Authority: Chapter 88.16 RCW and 2008 c 128. 08-15-119, 363-116-070, filed 7/21/08, effective 8/21/08. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.090 and 88.16.035. 07-17-128, 363-116-070, filed 8/20/07, effective 9/20/07. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.090. 04-14-017, 363-116-070, filed 6/28/04, effective 7/29/04. Recodified as 363-116-070. 97-08-042, filed 3/28/97, effective 3/28/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.090 and 1995 c 175. 97-06-105, 296-116-070, filed 3/5/97, effective 4/5/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.035. 88-14-063 (Order 88-13, Resolution No. 88-13), 296-116-070, filed 7/1/88. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.090. 85-15-032 (Order 85-1, Resolution No. 85-1), 296-116-070, filed 7/12/85; 84-11-056 (Order 84-4, Resolution No. 84-4), 296-116-070, filed 5/18/84. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.035. 82-24-010 (Order 82-8, Resolution No. 82-8), 296-116-070, filed 11/18/82; 79-11-063 (Order 79-5, Resolution No. 79-5), 296-116-070, filed 10/18/79. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.035 and 88.16.155. 78-09-057 (Order 78-2, Resolution No. 78-2), 296-116-070, filed 8/23/78; Order 2-68, 296-116-070, filed 11/1/68; 7, effective 11/25/58.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 10-12-059, filed 5/27/10, effective 7/1/10)

WAC 363-116-300   Pilotage rates for the Puget Sound pilotage district.   Effective 0001 hours July 1, 2010, through 2400 hours June 30, 2011.


CLASSIFICATION RATE
Ship length overall (LOA)
Charges:
Per LOA rate schedule in this section.
Boarding charge: $48.00
Per each boarding/deboarding at the Port Angeles pilot station.
Harbor shift - Live ship (Seattle Port) LOA Zone I
Harbor shift - Live ship (other than Seattle Port) LOA Zone I
Harbor shift - Dead ship Double LOA Zone I
Towing charge - Dead ship: Double LOA Zone
LOA of tug + LOA of tow + beam of tow

Any tow exceeding seven hours, two pilots are mandatory. Harbor shifts shall constitute and be limited to those services in moving vessels from dock to dock, from anchorage to dock, from dock to anchorage, or from anchorage to anchorage in the same port after all other applicable tariff charges for pilotage services have been recognized as payable.


Compass Adjustment $349.00
Radio Direction Finder Calibration $349.00
Launching Vessels $524.00
Trial Trips, 6 hours or less (minimum $984.00) $164.00 per hour
Trial Trips, over 6 hours (two pilots) $328.00 per hour
Shilshole Bay Salmon Bay $205.00
Salmon Bay Lake Union $159.00
Lake Union Lake Washington (plus LOA zone from Webster Point) $205.00
Cancellation Charge LOA Zone I
Cancellation Charge Port Angeles: LOA Zone II
(When a pilot is ordered and vessel proceeds to a port outside the Puget Sound pilotage district without stopping for a pilot or when a pilot order is canceled less than twelve hours prior to the original ETA.)

Waterway and Bridge Charges:

Ships up to 90' beam:

A charge of $258.00 shall be in addition to bridge charges for any vessel movements both inbound and outbound required to transit south of Spokane Street in Seattle, south of Eleventh Street in any of the Tacoma waterways, in Port Gamble, or in the Snohomish River. Any vessel movements required to transit through bridges shall have an additional charge of $123.00 per bridge.


Ships 90' beam and/or over:

A charge of $350.00 shall be in addition to bridge charges for any vessel movements both inbound and outbound required to transit south of Spokane Street in Seattle and south of Eleventh Street in any of the Tacoma waterways. Any vessel movements required to transit through bridges shall have an additional charge of $244.00 per bridge.


(The above charges shall not apply to transit of vessels from Shilshole Bay to the limits of Lake Washington.)


Two or three pilots required:

In a case where two or three pilots are employed for a single vessel waterway or bridge transit, the second and/or third pilot charge shall include the bridge and waterway charge in addition to the harbor shift rate.


Docking Delay After Anchoring:

Applicable harbor shift rate to apply, plus $266.00 per hour standby. No charge if delay is 60 minutes or less. If the delay is more than 60 minutes, charge is $266.00 for every hour or fraction thereof.


Sailing Delay:

No charge if delay is 60 minutes or less. If the delay is more than 60 minutes, charge is $266.00 for every hour or fraction thereof. The assessment of the standby charge shall not exceed a period of twelve hours in any twenty-four-hour period.


Slowdown:

When a vessel chooses not to maintain its normal speed capabilities for reasons determined by the vessel and not the pilot, and when the difference in arrival time is one hour, or greater, from the predicted arrival time had the vessel maintained its normal speed capabilities, a charge of $266.00 per hour, and each fraction thereof, will be assessed for the resultant difference in arrival time.


Delayed Arrival Port Angeles:

When a pilot is ordered for an arriving inbound vessel at Port Angeles and the vessel does not arrive within two hours of its ETA, or its ETA is amended less than six hours prior to the original ETA, a charge of $266.00 for each hour delay, or fraction thereof, shall be assessed in addition to all other appropriate charges.


When a pilot is ordered for an arriving inbound vessel at Port Angeles and the ETA is delayed to six hours or more beyond the original ETA, a cancellation charge shall be assessed, in addition to all other appropriate charges, if the ETA was not amended at least twelve hours prior to the original ETA.


Tonnage Charges:

0 to 20,000 gross tons:

Additional charge to LOA zone mileage of $0.0082 a gross ton for all gross tonnage up to 20,000 gross tons.


20,000 to 50,000 gross tons:

Additional charge to LOA zone mileage of $0.0846 a gross ton for all gross tonnage in excess of 20,000 gross tons up to 50,000 gross tons.


50,000 gross tons and up:

In excess of 50,000 gross tons, the charge shall be $0.1012 per gross ton.


For vessels where a certificate of international gross tonnage is required, the appropriate international gross tonnage shall apply.


Transportation to Vessels on Puget Sound:


March Point or Anacortes $195.00
Bangor 190.00
Bellingham 225.00
Bremerton 167.50
Cherry Point 260.00
Dupont 120.00
Edmonds 42.50
Everett 72.50
Ferndale 247.50
Manchester 162.50
Mukilteo 65.00
Olympia 155.00
Point Wells 42.50
Port Gamble 230.00
Port Townsend (Indian Island) 277.50
Seattle 18.75
Tacoma 87.50

(a) Intraharbor transportation for the Port Angeles port area: Transportation between Port Angeles pilot station and Port Angeles harbor docks - $15.00.

(b) Interport shifts: Transportation paid to and from both points.

(c) Intraharbor shifts: Transportation to be paid both ways. If intraharbor shift is canceled on or before scheduled reporting time, transportation paid one way only.

(d) Cancellation: Transportation both ways unless notice of cancellation is received prior to scheduled reporting time in which case transportation need only be paid one way.

(e) Any new facilities or other seldom used terminals, not covered above, shall be based on mileage x $2.00 per mile.


Delinquent Payment Charge:

1 1/2% per month after 30 days from first billing.


Nonuse of Pilots:

Ships taking and discharging pilots without using their services through all Puget Sound and adjacent inland waters shall pay full pilotage charges on the LOA zone mileage basis from Port Angeles to destination, from place of departure to Port Angeles, or for entire distance between two ports on Puget Sound and adjacent inland waters.


British Columbia Direct Transit Charge:

In the event that a pilot consents to board or deboard a vessel at a British Columbia port, which consent shall not unreasonably be withheld, the following additional charges shall apply in addition to the normal LOA, tonnage and other charges provided in this tariff that apply to the portion of the transit in U.S. waters:


Direct Transit Charge $2,107.00
Sailing Delay Charge. Shall be levied for each hour or fraction thereof that the vessel departure is delayed beyond its scheduled departure from a British Columbia port, provided that no charge will be levied for delays of one hour or less and further provided that the charge shall not exceed a period of 12 hours in any 24 hour period. $283.00 per hour
Slow Down Charge. Shall be levied for each hour or fraction thereof that a vessel's arrival at a U.S. or BC port is delayed when a vessel chooses not to maintain its normal safe speed capabilities for reasons determined by the vessel and not the pilot, and when the difference in arrival time is one hour, or greater from the arrival time had the vessel maintained its normal safe speed capabilities. $283.00 per hour
Cancellation Charge. Shall be levied when a pilot arrives at a vessel for departure from a British Columbia port and the job is canceled. The charge is in addition to the applicable direct transit charge, standby, transportation and expenses. $525.00
Transportation Charge Vancouver Area. Vessels departing or arriving at ports in the Vancouver-Victoria-New Westminster Range of British Columbia. $499.00
Transportation Charge Outports. Vessels departing or arriving at British Columbia ports other than those in the Vancouver-Victoria-New Westminster Range. $630.00

Training Surcharge:

On January 1, 2011, a surcharge of $((10.00)) 15.00 for each pilot trainee then receiving a stipend pursuant to the training program provided in WAC 363-116-078 shall be added to each pilotage assignment.


LOA Rate Schedule:

The following rate schedule is based upon distances furnished by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, computed to the nearest half-mile and includes retirement fund contributions.


LOA ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE
I II III IV V VI
(Length Overall) Intra Harbor 0-30 Miles 31-50 Miles 51-75 Miles 76-100 Miles 101 Miles

& Over

UP to 449 255 396 675 1,006 1,354 1,757
450 - 459 266 403 679 1,021 1,376 1,766
460 - 469 268 407 690 1,038 1,395 1,774
470 - 479 277 419 698 1,059 1,399 1,777
480 - 489 285 426 701 1,078 1,408 1,785
490 - 499 289 432 712 1,098 1,424 1,794
500 - 509 304 440 722 1,110 1,436 1,805
510 - 519 306 448 729 1,127 1,451 1,812
520 - 529 310 464 740 1,132 1,464 1,826
530 - 539 319 470 749 1,145 1,487 1,847
540 - 549 324 476 766 1,157 1,510 1,864
550 - 559 331 492 771 1,174 1,522 1,882
560 - 569 343 512 786 1,185 1,536 1,899
570 - 579 350 516 789 1,190 1,552 1,912
580 - 589 365 524 808 1,199 1,561 1,931
590 - 599 382 536 813 1,205 1,584 1,954
600 - 609 396 552 824 1,209 1,604 1,963
610 - 619 418 557 838 1,214 1,619 1,981
620 - 629 434 564 846 1,229 1,638 2,004
630 - 639 454 574 855 1,232 1,652 2,021
640 - 649 472 587 864 1,234 1,666 2,036
650 - 659 505 597 880 1,244 1,686 2,057
660 - 669 515 605 887 1,251 1,705 2,073
670 - 679 534 620 896 1,274 1,724 2,086
680 - 689 541 630 908 1,284 1,739 2,106
690 - 699 557 640 922 1,307 1,757 2,150
700 - 719 582 661 939 1,324 1,791 2,174
720 - 739 616 679 963 1,342 1,826 2,210
740 - 759 640 712 982 1,354 1,864 2,250
760 - 779 665 734 1,006 1,376 1,899 2,279
780 - 799 698 767 1,021 1,395 1,931 2,320
800 - 819 726 789 1,041 1,402 1,963 2,355
820 - 839 749 818 1,065 1,424 2,004 2,382
840 - 859 781 851 1,086 1,441 2,034 2,423
860 - 879 810 880 1,105 1,478 2,073 2,458
880 - 899 838 905 1,127 1,512 2,106 2,494
900 - 919 863 935 1,146 1,551 2,150 2,528
920 - 939 890 963 1,174 1,584 2,172 2,563
940 - 959 922 988 1,191 1,619 2,210 2,594
960 - 979 943 1,017 1,212 1,652 2,250 2,633
980 - 999 974 1,041 1,233 1,686 2,279 2,667
1000 - 1019 1,034 1,108 1,288 1,776 2,387 2,782
1020 - 1039 1,062 1,141 1,328 1,826 2,459 2,863
1040 - 1059 1,094 1,169 1,367 1,882 2,529 2,948
1060 - 1079 1,127 1,210 1,407 1,938 2,608 3,035
1080 - 1099 1,161 1,244 1,448 1,994 2,684 3,127
1100 - 1119 1,194 1,282 1,492 2,056 2,765 3,221
1120 - 1139 1,231 1,323 1,538 2,116 2,848 3,317
1140 - 1159 1,266 1,360 1,582 2,179 2,934 3,418
1160 - 1179 1,304 1,399 1,632 2,245 3,021 3,518
1180 - 1199 1,344 1,442 1,679 2,312 3,113 3,625
1200 - 1219 1,385 1,485 1,728 2,382 3,206 3,732
1220 - 1239 1,424 1,530 1,779 2,453 3,300 3,844
1240 - 1259 1,467 1,575 1,831 2,526 3,400 3,958
1260 - 1279 1,510 1,621 1,887 2,602 3,503 4,077
1280 - 1299 1,555 1,671 1,945 2,680 3,605 4,200
1300 - 1319 1,603 1,718 2,001 2,759 3,714 4,324
1320 - 1339 1,651 1,771 2,063 2,842 3,824 4,455
1340 - 1359 1,698 1,824 2,124 2,926 3,939 4,589
1360 - 1379 1,750 1,877 2,187 3,016 4,055 4,724
1380 - 1399 1,801 1,933 2,254 3,104 4,178 4,868
1400 - 1419 1,856 1,992 2,319 3,196 4,302 5,013
1420 - 1439 1,911 2,052 2,389 3,293 4,433 5,163
1440 - 1459 1,970 2,114 2,462 3,391 4,565 5,317
1460 - 1479 2,025 2,175 2,534 3,492 4,702 5,474
1480 - 1499 2,087 2,240 2,609 3,596 4,841 5,639
1500 Over 2,150 2,308 2,686 3,706 4,985 5,807

[Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.035. 10-12-059, 363-116-300, filed 5/27/10, effective 7/1/10; 09-12-072, 363-116-300, filed 5/29/09, effective 7/1/09; 08-12-018, 363-116-300, filed 5/28/08, effective 7/1/08; 07-12-028, 363-116-300, filed 5/30/07, effective 7/1/07; 07-01-084, 363-116-300, filed 12/19/06, effective 1/20/07; 06-12-009, 363-116-300, filed 5/26/06, effective 7/1/06. Statutory Authority: Chapter 88.16 RCW and 2005 c 26. 05-18-021, 363-116-300, filed 8/29/05, effective 10/1/05. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.035. 05-12-055, 363-116-300, filed 5/26/05, effective 7/1/05; 04-12-014, 363-116-300, filed 5/24/04, effective 7/1/04; 03-12-019, 363-116-300, filed 5/28/03, effective 7/1/03; 02-12-008, 363-116-300, filed 5/23/02, effective 7/1/02; 01-18-050, 363-116-300, filed 8/30/01, effective 9/30/01; 01-12-032, 363-116-300, filed 5/29/01, effective 7/1/01; 00-11-119, 363-116-300, filed 5/22/00, effective 7/1/00; 99-12-027, 363-116-300, filed 5/25/99, effective 7/1/99; 98-12-008, 363-116-300, filed 5/22/98, effective 7/1/98; 97-12-017, 363-116-300, filed 5/28/97, effective 7/1/97. Recodified as 363-116-300. 97-08-042, filed 3/28/97, effective 3/28/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.035. 96-12-017, 296-116-300, filed 5/29/96, effective 7/1/96; 95-12-018, 296-116-300, filed 5/30/95, effective 7/1/95; 94-12-044, 296-116-300, filed 5/27/94, effective 7/1/94; 93-12-133, 296-116-300, filed 6/2/93, effective 7/3/93; 92-14-007, 296-116-300, filed 6/19/92, effective 7/20/92; 91-11-074, 296-116-300, filed 5/20/91, effective 6/20/91; 90-20-116, 296-116-300, filed 10/2/90, effective 11/2/90; 90-08-095, 296-116-300, filed 4/4/90, effective 5/5/90; 89-08-041 (Order 89-2, Resolution No. 89-2), 296-116-300, filed 3/31/89. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.050. 88-05-039 (Order 88-1, Resolution No. 88-1), 296-116-300, filed 2/16/88, effective 3/18/88. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.035(4). 87-01-081 (Orders 86-9 and 86-10, Resolution Nos. 86-9 and 86-10), 296-116-300, filed 12/19/86; 86-19-066 (Order 86-6, Resolution No. 86-6), 296-116-300, filed 9/16/86; 86-02-035 (Order 86-1, Resolution No. 86-1), 296-116-300, filed 12/30/85; 85-02-048 (Order 84-5, Resolution No. 84-5), 296-116-300, filed 12/31/84; 84-04-006 (Order 84-1, Resolution No. 84-1), 296-116-300, filed 1/20/84; 83-17-055 (Order 83-6, Resolution No. 83-6), 296-116-300, filed 8/17/83; 82-13-065 (Order 82-4, Resolution No. 82-4), 296-116-300, filed 6/16/82. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.035. 81-12-017 (Order 81-2, Resolution No. 81-2), 296-116-300, filed 5/29/81; 80-06-084 (Order 80-1, Resolution No. 80-1), 296-116-300, filed 5/28/80. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.035(4). 79-07-033 (Order 79-4, Resolution No. 79-4), 296-116-300, filed 6/19/79. Statutory Authority: Chapter 88.16 RCW and 1977 ex. sess. c 337, 1 and 4. 78-02-008 (Order 78-1), 296-116-300, filed 1/6/78, effective 2/10/78; Order 77-18, 296-116-300, filed 9/20/77, effective 11/1/77; Order 76-24, 296-116-300, filed 7/22/76; Order 75-3, 296-116-300, filed 2/10/75; Order 74-2, 296-116-300, filed 1/8/74; Order 73-8, 296-116-300, filed 6/20/73 and Emergency Order 73-10, filed 7/19/73, effective 8/14/73; Order 70-7, 296-116-300, filed 7/16/70; 7/25/67; 2/18/64; 10/29/62; 12/28/60; 3/23/60.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 97-12-018, filed 5/28/97, effective 6/28/97)

WAC 363-116-360   Exempt vessels.   (1) Under the authority of RCW 88.16.070, application may be made to the board of pilotage commissioners to seek exemption from the pilotage requirements for the operation of a limited class of small passenger vessels or yachts, which are not more than five hundred gross tons (international), do not exceed two hundred feet in length, and are operated exclusively in the waters of the Puget Sound pilotage district and lower British Columbia. For purposes of this section, any vessel carrying passengers for a fee, including yachts under charter where both the vessel and crew are provided for a fee, shall be considered a passenger vessel.

The owners or operators of the vessel for which exemption is sought must:

(a) Complete and file with the board a petition requesting an exemption at least sixty days prior to planned vessel operations in the Puget Sound pilotage district where possible. Petitions filed with less than sixty days notice may be considered by the chair at the chair's discretion.

(b) The petition requesting exemption shall be on a board-approved form which shall include a description of the vessel, the contemplated use of vessel, the proposed area of operation, the names and addresses of the vessel's owner and operator, the dates of planned operations, and such other information as the board shall require on its petition form.

(c) Pay the appropriate initial application or renewal fee with the submittal of the petition, which is listed in subsection (5) of this section.

(2) All petitions for exemption filed with the board shall be reviewed by the chair, who shall make a recommendation to the board to be considered at its next regularly or specially scheduled meeting. Consistent with the public interest, the chair may grant an interim exemption to a petitioner subject to final approval at the next board meeting, where special time or other conditions exist. Any grant of an interim exemption may contain such conditions as the chair deems necessary to protect the public interest in order to prevent the loss of human life and property and to protect the marine environment of the state of Washington.

Such conditions may include a requirement that the vessel employ the services of a pilot on its initial voyage into Puget Sound waters or that the master of the vessel at all times hold as a minimum, a United States government license as a master of ocean or near coastal steam or motor vessels of not more than sixteen hundred gross tons or as a master of inland steam or motor vessels of not more than five hundred gross tons, such license to include a current radar endorsement.

(3) The recommendation of the chair shall be considered at the next regular or specially scheduled meeting of the board. Interested parties shall receive notice and opportunity for hearing at that time, provided that the party notifies the board at least five days in advance of the meeting of its desire for hearing.

(4) The board shall annually, or at any other time when in the public interest, review any exemptions granted to the specified class of small vessels to ensure that each exempted vessel remains in compliance with the original exemption and any conditions to the exemption. The board shall have the authority to revoke such exemption when there is not continued compliance with the requirements for exemption.

(5) Fee Schedule for Petitioners for Exemption


3 Months

or Less

1 Year

or Less

Annual

Renewal

A. Yachts
Up to and including 50 feet LOA $ 300 $ 500 $ 200
Up to and including 100 feet LOA (($ 300))

450

(($ 500)) 750 (($ 200)) 300
Up to and including 200 feet LOA ((500))

750

((750)) 1125 ((300)) 450
B. Passenger Vessels
Up to and including 100 feet LOA ((750))

1125

((1000)) 1500 ((400)) 600
Up to and including 200 feet LOA ((1250)) 1500 1500 ((500)) 750

[Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.070 and 1995 c 174. 97-12-018, 363-116-360, filed 5/28/97, effective 6/28/97. Recodified as 363-116-360. 97-08-042, filed 3/28/97, effective 3/28/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.070. 93-07-077, 296-116-360, filed 3/18/93, effective 4/18/93; 90-20-039, 296-116-360, filed 9/25/90, effective 10/26/90; 88-09-015 (Order 88-6, Resolution No. 88-6), 296-116-360, filed 4/13/88.]

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