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arbcombo -- Notice of Public Meeting to Consider Approval of the 2014 Progress Report for the California Regional Haze Mid-Course Review

Posted: 21 Apr 2014 13:23:21
The Air Resources Board will conduct a public meeting at the time
and place noted below to consider approval of the California
Regional Haze Plan 2014 Progress Report for submittal to the
United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S.EPA.) 

DATE:  	May 22, 2014

TIME:  	9:00 a.m.

PLACE:	California Environmental Protection Agency
        Air Resources Board
        Byron Sher Auditorium
        1001 I Street
        Sacramento, California  95814

Directions: http://www.calepa.ca.gov/EPABldg/location.htm

To provide your comments before the Board meeting and to view the
Notice, please go to: 

The report may be obtained from ARBís website at:

Further inquiries regarding this matter should be directed to Mr.
Webster Tasat, Section Manager, (916) 323-4950, or Ms. Tina
Suarez-Murias, Air Pollution Specialist, (916) 323-1495.

Under the Clean Air Act, the nationwide program to improve
visibility requires every state to reduce regional haze to
natural conditions by 2064, at specific national parks and
wilderness areas identified as Class 1 Areas.  ARB adopted the
California Regional Haze Plan (Plan) in 2009, setting interim
visibility goals for 2018 at Class 1 Areas in California.  For
the mid-course review, every state must prepare a progress
report, five years after submitting their plan to the U.S. EPA. 
Progress reports assess visibility improvements and emissions
reductions achieved through plans, to determine if immediate
revisions are necessary to meet the 2018 goals.  This 2014
Progress Report demonstrates that visibility at Californiaís
Class 1 Areas improved measurably under the current control
strategy, and finds that immediate revisions are not needed
before the next scheduled Plan revision in 2018.

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