Jump to main content.

Notes: Other relevant information


1. Pre-1979 - Before El Dorado County had a single set of rules and regulations applicable to the entire county. 2. 1979-1986- In 1979, El Dorado 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 El Dorado: District Regulations, Mountain Counties and Lake Tahoe rules were area specific. 3. Rule 216, Exemptions and Rule 217, Identification of Coatings are deleted, published January 24, 1985, 50 FR 3338. 4. Post-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 El Dorado County should now specify applicability either to the Mountain Counties or to the Lake Tahoe Air Basin. 5. 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" was submitted by the Governor's designee on April 3, 1981, approved July 7, 1982, 47 FR 29536. 6. The following portions of the NAP are approved because they satisfy the requirements of Part D: Emission Inventory, Modeling, Emission Reduction Estimates, Attainment Provision, Reasonnable Further Progress, Legally Adopted Measures, Emissions Growth, Annual Reporting, Resources, Public and Government Involvement, and Public Hearing Requirements. 7. The State's request for an extension of the ozone attainment date to December 31, 1987 is approved. 8. Conditionally Approved Portions of the NAP: New Source Review. 9. Previously approved on May 27, 1982 and now deleted without replacement rule 501, 502 to 508, 510 to 513, 515, 517 to 519, and 521, published February 2, 2000, 65 FR 4887. 10. Previously approved on July 7, 1982 and now deleted without replacement Rules 401 to 407, 410 to 411, 415 to 416, and 418 to 424, published February 2, 2000, 65 FR 4887.

This SIP Citation Was Last Modified on December 13, 2000. 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.

Region 9 Topics and Programs | A-Z Index

Local Navigation

Jump to main content.