SAN DIEGO COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 138 - PROCEDURES AND PLANS
(Effective 5/25/77)

(a) Within 120 days after adoption of this Regulation, the Air Pollution Control Officer shall prepare Air Pollution Control District Administrative Procedures for implementing this Plan. Administrative emergency procedures in effect before the adoption of this Regulation shall remain in effect and use until the new plan is complete. The Air Pollution Control District traffic abatement plan procedures for second and third episode stages shall be developed with the assistance of and with the concurrence of local law enforcement agencies and the Emergency Action Committee. The Emergency Action Committee shall approve the Administrative Procedures for the stationary source curtailment plan prior to its implementation.

(b) Since it is impossible to notify directly all facilities caring for the ill, aged and young and all recreational facilities on the declaration of an episode, and since the annual frequency of episode occurrence is too small to require such facilities to undergo the expense of purchasing direct radio communication links to the County, the Air Pollution Control Officer shall, on adoption of this Regulation, inform these facilities in writing how they may keep informed daily of pollution levels and expected episode conditions, what personal protection measures should be taken during the different episode levels and where other information regarding pollution levels may be obtained. Information regarding personal protection measures shall be that listed in the California Air Pollution Emergency Plan.