|(a) Notice to local governments. For mobile liquid waste processing unit registration applications only, upon filing a registration application, the owner or operator shall mail notice to the city, county, and local health department of any local government in which operations will be conducted notifying local governments that an application has been filed. Proof of mailing shall be provided to the executive director in the form of return receipts for registered mail. Mobile liquid waste processing unit registration applications are not subject to public meeting or sign-posting requirements under subsection (b) of this section. (b) Opportunity for public meeting and posting notice signs. The owner or operator shall provide notice of the opportunity to request a public meeting and post notice signs for all registration applications not later than 45 days of the executive director's receipt of the application in accordance with the procedures contained in §39.501(c) of this title (relating to Application for Municipal Solid Waste Permit) and by posting signs at the proposed site. The owner or operator and the commission shall hold a public meeting in the local area, prior to facility authorization, if a public meeting is required based on the criteria contained in §55.154(c) of this title (relating to Public Meetings) or by Texas Health and Safety Code, §361.111(c). Notice of a public meeting shall be provided as specified in §39.501(e)(3) and (4) of this title. This section does not require the commission to respond to comments, and it does not create an opportunity for a contested case hearing. Applications for registrations filed before the comprehensive rule revisions in this chapter as adopted in 2006 (2006 Revisions) become effective are subject to the former rule requirements to conduct a public meeting. Applications for registrations filed after the 2006 Revisions become effective are subject to the 2006 Revisions requirements to provide notice of the opportunity to request a public meeting. The owner, operator, or a representative authorized to make decisions and act on behalf of the owner or operator shall attend the public meeting. A public meeting conducted under this section is not a contested case hearing under the Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001, Administrative Procedure Act. At the owner's or operator's expense, a sign or signs must be posted at the site of the proposed facility declaring that the application has been filed and stating the manner in which the commission and owner or operator may be contacted for further information. Such signs must be provided by the owner or operator and must substantially meet the following requirements. (1) Signs must: (A) consist of dark lettering on a white background and must be no smaller than four feet by four feet with letters at least three inches in height and block printed capital lettering; (B) be headed by the words "PROPOSED MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE FACILITY"; (C) include the words "REGISTRATION NO.," the number of the registration, and the type of registration; (D) include the words "for further information contact"; (E) include the words "Texas Commission on Environmental Quality" and the address and telephone number of the appropriate commission permitting office; (F) include the name of the owner or operator, and the address of the appropriate responsible official; (G) include the telephone number of the owner or operator; (H) remain in place and legible until the period for filing a motion to overturn has expired. The owner or operator shall provide a verification to the executive director that the sign posting was conducted according to the requirements of this section; and (I) describe how persons affected may request that the executive director and applicant conduct a public meeting. (2) Signs must be located within ten feet of every property line bordering a public highway, street, or road. Signs must be visible from the street and spaced at not more than 1,500-foot intervals. A minimum of one sign, but no more than three signs, shall be required along any property line paralleling a public highway, street, or road. This paragraph's sign requirements do not apply to properties under the same ownership that are noncontiguous or separated by intervening public highway, street, or road, unless the property is part of the registered facility. (3) The owner or operator shall also post signs at the facility in an alternative language when the alternative language requirements in §39.405(h)(2) of this title (relating to General Notice Provisions) are met. (4) The executive director may approve variances from the requirements of paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection if the owner or operator has demonstrated that it is not practical to comply with the specific requirements of those subparagraphs and alternative sign posting plans proposed by the owner or operator are at least as effective in providing notice to the public. Approval from the executive director under this subparagraph must be received before posting alternative signs for purposes of satisfying the requirements of this paragraph. (c) Notice of final determination. The executive director shall, after review of an application for registration, determine if the application will be approved or denied in whole or in part. In accordance with §50.133(b) of this title (relating to Executive Director Action on Application or WQMP Update), if the executive director acts on an application, the chief clerk shall mail or otherwise transmit notice of the action and an explanation of the opportunity to file a motion under §50.139 of this title (relating to Motion to Overturn Executive Director's Decision). The chief clerk shall mail this notice to the owner and operator, the public interest counsel, to adjacent landowners as shown on the land ownership map and landowners list required by §330.59 of this title (relating to Contents of Part I of the Application), and to other persons who timely filed public comment in response to public notice. (d) Motion to overturn. The owner or operator, or a person affected may file with the chief clerk a motion to overturn the executive director's action on a registration application, under §50.139 of this title. The criteria regarding motions to overturn shall be explained in public notices given under Chapter 39 of this title (relating to Public Notice) and §50.133 of this title.