Updated March 23, 2019 16:37:17 California time zone is not a proper time zone in California, according to the US government, and is not in accordance with the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) standard time zone guidelines.
The government agency issued a bulletin to US citizens stating that California time is “in error” and that there is no time zone to use in the state, which is located in the Central American country.
“The time in California for a California-based time zone would be 10 hours ahead of UTC,” the bulletin said.
“Therefore, a California resident using a time zone of 10 hours is in error and is unable to use a Cali-based UTC time.”
According to the bulletin, there are also no time zones in other states in the US.
The US has a calendar year that is divided into 24 hours and 23 minutes.
The state’s time zone was set by the US Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), which also determines the length of daylight.
It is the official time in many states, but there are other ways of choosing when the clock should strike.
The bureau says that for the Northern Hemisphere, it is “about 7 hours ahead” of UTC.
This means that for most people, the time zone will be the same as the local time in their home country.
It is not the first time California has had to correct its time.
In December 2015, the state’s legislature passed legislation that mandated that the state adopt a “calendar year”, which is the name given to the year that will follow the end of the calendar year.
State law required that the time be adopted by February 1.
The new calendar year will come in 2019, but the legislation does not allow the state to adopt any new time zones until 2020.
The BTS said that it had no intention of making changes to the California time, and said that the issue would be addressed by the end on June 1.
A spokesperson for the BTS told the ABC that it was still working on its implementation of the law.
The US government has issued similar guidelines for the rest of the country.
However, it said that California’s time zones were “not in accordance” with ICAO’s standard time-zone guidelines.
“California is not an official time zone for the US,” the Bureau of International Telecommunications Services (BITS) said in a statement to the ABC.
is not considered a valid time zone by ICAOC, which means it is not recognized as a valid official time-zones worldwide.”
It added that there were no local time zones and no standard time zones for other parts of the US, and that it is unlikely that anyone would be able to use Cali in the future.
“The California State Legislature has indicated it will not act on the recommendation of the ICAOG to move forward on this matter until the implementation of Cali is in place,” the statement read.