Rule Title: Restoration of superseded local program; continuation of existing local program
|Nevada Revised Statutes|
|Nrs, Title 40, Public Health And Safety, Air Pollution: Program For Control Of Air Pollution|
Final Federal Register Date
Federal Register Citation #
|71 FR 51766|
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NRS 445B.540 Restoration of superseded local program; continuation of existing local program.
1. A county or area whose local jurisdiction over air pollution control has been superseded may establish or restore a local air pollution control program if such program is approved as adequate by the Commission.
2. A district, county or city which has an air pollution control program in operation on July 1, 1971, may continue its program if within 1 year after July 1, 1971, the program is approved as adequate by the Commission. Such approval shall be deemed granted unless the Commission specifically disapproves the program after a public hearing. Nothing in NRS 445B.100 to 445B.640, inclusive, is to be construed as invalidating any rule, regulation, enforcement action, variance, permit, cease and desist order, compliance schedule, or any other legal action taken by any existing air pollution control authority pursuant to former NRS 445.400 to 445.595, inclusive, on or before July 1, 1971, unless it is specifically repealed, superseded or disapproved, pursuant to NRS 445B.215.
(Added to NRS by 1971, 1200)—(Substituted in revision for NRS 445.566)
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