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Summary of Responses to Comment on the Adequacy of the Transportation Conformity Budgets Contained in the November 15, 1999 Ozone Attainment Demonstration for the Houston/Galveston Nonattainment Area (Houston Area)

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Title: Summary of Responses to Comment on the Adequacy of the Transportation Conformity Budgets Contained in the November 15, 1999 Ozone Attainment Demonstration for the Houston/Galveston Nonattainment Area (Houston Area)  
Author: Environmental Protection Agency
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Language: English
Subject: Ecology, Natural resource issues, Environemtal protection
Collections: Environmental Awareness Library Collection
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Publisher: United States Environmental Protection Agency

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Agency, E. P. (n.d.). Summary of Responses to Comment on the Adequacy of the Transportation Conformity Budgets Contained in the November 15, 1999 Ozone Attainment Demonstration for the Houston/Galveston Nonattainment Area (Houston Area). Retrieved from http://www.worldpubliclibrary.org/


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Excerpt: U.S. EPA Region 6 received two comment letters regarding the adequacy of the budgets in the November 15, 1999 ozone SIP. The first letter from Robert Yuhnke, representing Environmental Defense and Natural Resources Defense Fund, was submitted in response to EPA?s proposed approval/proposed disapproval action published December 16, 1999. This letter raises many general concerns regarding EPA?s approach to the Phase II ozone SIPs, and it also raises specific concerns regarding the ?weight of evidence? approach used for the Houston area. The second letter is from Sierra Club but indicates that it also represents the comments of the Texas Office of Environmental Defense, the Galveston Houston Association for Smog Prevention and the Galveston Bay Conservation and Preservation Association. The second letter raises many of the same concerns raised in the first letter and several specific concerns regarding the Houston area. In this document we will respond to the comments raised in the letters that reflect on the adequacy of the budgets. We will not be responding to comments relating to the approvability of the State Implementation Plan. EPA will address these comments fully in the context of rulemaking on the attainment demonstration for the Houston area.

 

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