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22 Pa. Code § 349.34. Use of facilities for emergency period.

§ 349.34. Use of facilities for emergency period.

 (a)  Authorization. The Department may, in instances of justified emergency, grant permission for the housing of educational programs in facilities which were not constructed for school use or, for other reasons, are less than desirable for educational program use.

 (b)  Evaluation. The Department will, by visit, review of plans or other manner, determine that the facility is suitable for temporary use for the indicated program.

 (c)  Duration. Permission to use temporary facilities may be approved for a period of 3 years, upon receipt of a statement of the district’s intent concerning a permanent solution to the problem. Annual extensions may be granted for just cause.

 (d)  Condition of approval. Department approval shall be effective only after an applicant district requests and gains clearance for occupancy from the Department of Labor and Industry and other agencies which have jurisdiction. It shall be the responsibility of the applicant district to maintain such clearances for the duration of the Department approved occupancy.

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