Notes: Other relevant information
Please note the following: 1. Deletion of Rules 604 and 605 published April 23, 1982, 47 FR 17486. 2. A schedule to implement the California motor vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) program, the California Air Resources Board's Executive Order G-125-33, and local resolutions and requests from Placer County APCD to have the State implement the I/M program, submitted on July 26, 1983, 48 FR 53114. 3. The Mountain Counties Air Basin Control Strategy for ozone (Chapter 9 of the "Comprehensive Revisions to the State of California Implementation Plan for the Attainment and Maintenance of the Ambient Air Quality Standards" submitted on April 3, 1981; July 7, 1982, 47 FR 29536. 4. Pre-1979 - Before 1979, Placer County had a single set of rules and regulations applicable to the entire county. 1979-1986 - In 1979, Placer County divided its district's rules and regulations into two sections: Lake Tahoe and Mountain Counties. This division allowed for the different needs of each air basin to be addressed. However, the county-wide district regulations were never deleted from EPA's records during the division process. Thus, EPA had three sets of rules for Placer: District Regulations, Mountain Counties, and Lake Tahoe. The District Regulations were applicable to both Mountain Counties and Lake Tahoe, but the Mountain Counties and Lake Tahoe rules were area specific. Post-1986 - In 1986, the District Regulations were transcribed onto the Mountain Counties and Lake Tahoe rule sets. The District Regulations were then deleted from EPA's records. All submittals from Placer County should now specify applicability either to the Mountain Counties or to the Lake Tahoe Air Basin. 5. Previously approved and now deleted, Rule 104 submitted 10/15/79, published April 30, 1997, 62 FR 23365, Mountain Counties Air Basin.
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