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Approved Portions of the Lake Tahoe Basin: 1. Approved 8/21/79 - Chapter 8, Lake Tahoe Basin Control Strategy, including Support Documents and Appendices. The Transportation Improvement Program and Regional Transportation plan are for informational purposes only. The Lake Tahoe Basis NAP for Ozone is approved. Under part D the following Portions of the Lake Tahoe Basis NAP for CO are approved: Emission Inventory, Modeling (CA plan), Attainment Provision (CA), Reasonable Further Progress, Emissions Growth, Annual Reporting Public and Government Involvement, and Public Hearing Requirements. Conditionally Approved Portions for CO: Emission Reduction Estimates, Legally Adopted Measures, Permit Program, Resources, and Extension Requirements. 2. Rule 104, Effective Date, submitted on 05/23/79 is being disapproved, published on May 18, 1981 46 FR 27116. 3. Rule 302(C), Exceptions to Rule 301, submitted on 05/23/79 is being disapproved, published on May 18, 1981 46 FR 27116. 4. Rule 318, Open Burning of Wood Waste on Property Where Grown, submitted on 05/23/79 is being disapproved, published on May 18, 1981 46 FR 27116. 5. Rule 321, Mechanized Burners, submitted on 05/23/79 is being disapproved, published on May 18, 1981 46 FR 27116. 6. Deletion of Rule 102, LL, Definitions (ppm), submitted on 05/23/79 is being disapproved, published on May 18, 1981 46 FR 27116. 7. Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets in Progress, Attainment, and Maintenance State Implementation Plans for Ozone, Carbon Monoxide, and Nitrogen Dioxide, published November 15, 2002, 67 FR 69139. District Regulations: *Pre-1979 - Before El Dorado County had a single set of rules and regulations applicable to the entire county. *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. *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.
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