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Please note the following: 1. Redesignation of Air Quality Control Regions published January 16,1981, 46 FR 3883. 2. Rule 160, AAQS-Formaldehyde and Rule 460, Organic Gas Emissions are deleted, published January 29, 1985, 50 FR 3906. 3. Mid-Term Measures, Accelerated Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) requirement for Medium-Duty Vehicles (Measures M3), Heavy-Duty Vehicles NOx regulations (Measures M5), Heavy-Duty Gasoline Vehicles lower emission standards (Measure M8), Industrial Equipment, Gas & LPG-3-way catalyst technology (Measure M11), Mid-Term Consumer Products (Measure CP-2), as contained in The California State Implementation Plan for Ozone, Volume II: The Air Resources Board's Mobile Source and Consumer Products Elements, adopted on November 15, 1994, published on December 14, 1995 (60 FR 64127). 4. Final interim approval of the Operating Permits Program effective on June 2, 1995; published May 3, 1995, 60 FR 21720. 5. Correction on page 6226, in the first column, in $52.220(c)(254)(i)(B)(1), "130" should be added after "Rule", published June 18, 1999, 64 FR 32924. 6. Clean Air Act Full Approval; Operating Permits Programs, published December 7, 2001, 66 FR 63503. 7. Notice of Deficiency; Clean Air Act Operating Permits Programs, published May 22, 2002, 67 FR 35990. 8. Partial Withdrawal of Approval 34 Clean Air Act Part 70 Operating Permits Programs in California; Announcement of a Part 71 Federal Operating Permits Programs, published October 15, 2002, 67 FR 63551. 9. Finding of Substantial Inadequacy of Implementation Plan for all nonattainment air pollution control districts in the State and for all attainment areas districts that have an approved Prevention of Significant Deterioration Program, published June 25, 2003, 68 FR 37746. 10. Clean Air Act Title V Operating Permits Programs Final Approval, published November 21, 2003, 68 FR 65637.

This SIP Citation Was Last Modified on January 15, 2004. EPA has attempted to assure that the action logs accurately reflect the actions published in the Federal Register. If there are discrepancies, however, the Federal Register is the official record. Send State Implementation Plan comments and questions to wilder.ceciley@epa.gov.

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