General Information for Agencies
What is tiering? Treating differently situated entities differently.
Why would someone use tiering?
· Sometimes it doesn't make sense to treat every entity the same way. For example, it wouldn't make sense for a restaurant that seats 30 people to be required to have the same number of restroom stalls as a restaurant that seats 300. In cases like this, it is a benefit to treat different sized or differently situated entities differently. See KRS 13A.210(2) for other instances where tiering may be applied.
How do we change the contact person listed in RegWatch?
According to Kentucky.gov, "Any questions or updates can be directed to email@example.com."
How do I get a number for a new administrative regulation?
Contact the Regulations Compiler's office and provide the following information:
· An idea of the Title and Chapter number in which the administrative regulation may be placed. Requests are honored, if possible; however, a number that was previously used will not be available;
· A tentative title for the new administrative regulation; and
· The name of the person requesting the new administrative regulation number.
How are letters filed with the Regulations Compiler?
Format of the Letter
· On agency letterhead; and
· Includes a signature.
· Email a letter (that is on letterhead and contains a signature) to the Regulations Compiler;
· Hand deliver a hard copy to the Capitol Annex - Room 29, 702 Capitol Avenue, Frankfort, KY 40601; or
· Send a hard copy to: Regulations Compiler, Capitol Annex - Room 29, 702 Capitol Avenue, Frankfort, KY 40601.