|(a) Failure to publish notice. If the chief clerk prepares a newspaper notice that is required by this subchapter and the applicant does not cause the notice to be published within 30 days after the executive director has declared the application administratively complete, filed the proposed post-closure order or proposed decision that remedial action is complete with the chief clerk, or fails to submit the copies of notices or affidavit required in subsection (d) of this section, the executive director may cause one of the following actions to occur: (1) the chief clerk may cause the notice to be published and the applicant shall reimburse the agency for the cost of publication; or (2) the executive director may suspend further processing or return the application. If the application is resubmitted within six months of the date of the return of the application, it shall be exempt from any application fee requirements. (b) Electronic mailing lists. The chief clerk may require the applicant to provide necessary mailing lists in electronic form. (c) Mail or hand delivery. Notice by hand delivery may be substituted for mailed notice. Mailing is complete upon deposit of the document, enclosed in a prepaid, properly addressed wrapper, in a post office or official depository of the United States Postal Service. If hand delivery is by courier-receipted delivery, the delivery is complete upon the courier taking possession. (d) Notice and affidavit. When this subchapter requires an applicant to publish notice, the applicant must file a copy of the published notice and a publisher's affidavit with the chief clerk certifying facts that constitute compliance with the requirement. The deadline to file a copy of the published notice, which shows the date of publication and the name of the newspaper, is ten business days after the last date of publication. The deadline to file the affidavit is 30 calendar days after the last date of publication for each notice. Filing an affidavit certifying facts that constitute compliance with notice requirements creates a rebuttable presumption of compliance with the requirement to publish notice. When the chief clerk publishes notice under subsection (a) of this section, the chief clerk shall file a copy of the published notice and a publisher's affidavit. (e) Published notice. When notice is required to be published under §39.802 of this title (relating to Public Comment and Notice), the owner or operator shall publish notice in the newspaper of largest general circulation that is published in the county in which the facility is located or proposed to be located. If a newspaper is not published in the county, the notice must be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the county in which the facility is located or proposed to be located. The requirements of this subsection may be satisfied by one publication if the newspaper is both published in the county and is the newspaper of largest general circulation in the county. (f) Copy availability. The owner or operator shall make a copy of the application, preferred response action and/or the proposed post-closure order, or proposed decision that remedial action is complete, available for review, and copying at a public place in the county in which the facility is located or proposed to be located. The copy of the document compelling public notice shall comply with the following. (1) A copy of the application, proposed post-closure order, or proposed decision that remedial action is complete must be available for review and copying beginning on the first day of newspaper publication of notice of receipt of application and intent to obtain post-closure order and remain available for the publication's designated comment period. (2) A copy of the complete application, proposed post-closure order, or proposed decision that remedial action is complete (including any subsequent revisions to the application) must be available for review and copying beginning on the first day of newspaper publication required by this section and remain available until the commission has taken action on the application or the commission refers issues to SOAH.