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Section 1157.5. (Added by Stats. 2008, Ch. 568, Sec. 2.)
Cite as: Cal. Harb. & Nav. Code §1157.5.

On or before April 15, 2010, and annually thereafter, the board shall submit to the Secretary of the Senate, the Chief Clerk of the Assembly, and the Secretary of Business, Transportation and Housing a report describing the board’s activities for the preceding calendar year. The report shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following:

(a)The number of vessel movements across the bar, on the bays, and on the rivers within the board’s jurisdiction.

(b)The name of each licensed pilot, inland pilot, and pilot trainee, and the status of each person. If a person has had more than one status during the reporting year, each status and the length of time in that status shall be indicated. For the purposes of this section, “status” includes all of the following designations:

(1)Licensed and fit for duty.

(2)Licensed and not fit for duty.

(3)Licensed and on authorized training.

(4)Licensed and on active military duty.

(5)Licensed and on leave of absence.

(6)Licensed but license suspended.

(c)A summary of each report of misconduct or a navigational incident involving a pilot, inland pilot, or pilot trainee, or other matters for which a license issued by the board may be revoked or suspended. For those cases that have been closed, the summary shall include a description of findings made by the incident review committee and of the resulting action taken by the board. For those cases that are still under investigation, the summary shall include a description of the reported incident and an estimated completion date for the investigation. For those closed cases involving a pilot who has been involved in a prior incident where a finding of pilot error had been made, the report shall also include a summary of that incident.

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