District of Columbia Code Division I. Government of District. § 8-1807. Adoption.

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(a) The Mayor shall not release a dog for adoption unless the person adopting the dog obtains a license as provided in § 8-1804.

(b)(1) The Mayor shall not release a female animal over the age of 6 months for adoption unless:

(A) The animal has been spayed;  and

(B) The person adopting the animal has paid the expense of spaying.

(2) The Mayor shall not release a female animal under the age of 6 months for adoption unless the person adopting the animal has paid the expense of spaying the animal.  The person adopting the animal shall have it spayed before it becomes 6 months of age.

(3) The Mayor shall not release a male animal over the age of 10 months for adoption unless:

(A) The animal has been neutered;  and

(B) The person adopting the animal has paid the expense of neutering.

(4) The Mayor shall not release a male animal under the age of 10 months for adoption unless the person adopting the animal has paid the expense of neutering the animal.  The person adopting the animal shall have it neutered before it becomes 10 months of age.

(5) The Mayor shall refund any money collected for the purpose of spaying or neutering an animal upon proof that the animal has been spayed or neutered by a private veterinarian.

(a) On or before November 8, 1988, the department shall take final action on each application for a hazardous waste facilities permit submitted to the department before January 1, 1988, by either issuing a final permit pursuant to the application or a final denial of the application.

(b) Subdivision (a) applies only to hazardous waste facilities which are operating under a grant of interim status on January 1, 1988, which use a land disposal method, as defined in subdivision (h) of Section 25179.3, and which dispose of wastes regulated as hazardous waste pursuant to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976, as amended (42 U.S.C. Sec. 6901 et seq.).

(c) On or before November 8, 1989, the department shall take final action on each application for a hazardous waste facilities permit to operate an incinerator facility which was submitted before November 8, 1984, by either issuing a final permit pursuant to the application or a final denial of the application.

(d) On or before November 8, 1992, the department shall take final permit action on each application for a hazardous waste facilities permit to operate any facility not otherwise subject to subdivision (a) or (c) which was submitted before November 8, 1984.  The department shall issue a final hazardous waste facilities permit pursuant to the application or issue a final denial of the application.

(e) Interim status granted pursuant to Section 25200.5 to any facility subject to subdivision (c) shall terminate on November 8, 1989, unless the owner or operator of the facility applied for a final determination regarding the issuance of a hazardous waste facilities permit by November 8, 1986.

(f) Interim status granted pursuant to Section 25200.5 to any facility subject to subdivision (d) shall terminate on November 8, 1992, unless the owner or operator of the facility applied for a final determination regarding the issuance of a hazardous waste facilities permit by November 8, 1988.

(g) Subdivisions (c), (d), (e) and (f) do not apply to applications for hazardous waste facilities permits to transfer, treat, store, or dispose of non-RCRA hazardous wastes.

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