CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD
Auditorium, Room 1138
107 South Broadway
Los Angeles, CA
December 20, 1985
85-19-1 Consideration of a Report to the Legislature on the
Feasibility of Implementation and Economic Impact of
Section 39666 of the Health and Safety Code on
Processors of Food and Fiber.
85-19-2 Consideration of a Status Report to the Legislature
on the Toxic Air Contaminants Program.
85-19-3 The Third Annual Report to the Governor and 001
Legislature on the Air Resources Board's Acid
Deposition Research and Monitoring Program.
a. Closed Session
1. Personnel (as authorized by State Agency Open Meeting
Act, Govt. Code Sec. 11126(a).)
2. Litigation (Pursuant to the attorney-client privilege,
Evidence Code Sec. 950-962, and Govt. Code Sec.
b. Research Proposals
c. Delegations to Executive Officer
ITEM NO.: 85-19-3
Adoption of "The Third Annual Report to the Governor and the
Legislature on the Air Resources Board's Acid Deposition Research
and Monitoring Program."
Staff is recommending that the Board approve the report for
submission to the Governor and the Legislature.
The Kapiloff Acid Deposition Act requires the Board to report
annually, not later than January 1, on its activities, findings
and recommendations relative to acid deposition. The draft third
annual report describes the Board's ongoing and planned research
and monitoring efforts. The report also discusses the five-year
acid deposition research and monitoring plan. Summaries of
completed and ongoing studies are presented and related to the
objectives of the Kapiloff Act. Finally, the program limitations
and recommended actions to ensure successful completion of the
objectives of the Kapiloff Act, are presented. In particular, it
is recommended that one additional year, calendar year 1988, be
afforded for the Board to complete, evaluate, and report on its
five-year research program.
SUMMARY AND IMPACTS OF PROPOSED BOARD ACTION
Board approval of the report would result in its submittal to the
Governor and the Legislature, making them aware of the progress
to date and the need for additional time and possibly legislation
to complete the objectives of the Kapiloff Act.