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Part 315: Westchester County

(Statutory authority: Public Health Law, §§ 1271, 1276)

[Filed 5/19/72.]

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Sec.

§315.1 General classification

(a) The air quality within the political boundaries of Westchester County shall be maintained as set forth in Part 256, Ambient Air Quality Standards--Classifications System, using Levels, IV, III, II and I as detailed below.

(b) The classification of the air over the Hudson River and over Long Island Sound shall be the same as the classification of the adjacent land mass.

§315.2 Level IV

[Environmental Conservation Law, §§ 15, 77]

All that area south of a line commencing at a point due west of the end of Glenwood Avenue (City of Yonkers) on the east bank of the Hudson River; thence due east to Glenwood Avenue; thence easterly along Glenwood Avenue to Lake Avenue; thence easterly along Lake Avenue to Nepperhan Avenue; thence northerly along Nepperhan Avenue to Old Nepperhan Avenue; thence easterly along Old Nepperhan Avenue to Saw Mill River Road; thence northerly along Saw Mill River Road to the Saw Mill River Parkway; thence southerly along the parkway to Yonkers Avenue; thence easterly along Yonkers Avenue to Mount Vernon Avenue; thence easterly along Mount Vernon Avenue to Lincoln Avenue; thence easterly along Lincoln Avenue to North Avenue (City of New Rochelle); thence due east to the New England Thruway; thence northeasterly along the New England Thruway to the Mamaroneck village line; thence clockwise along the village line to Long Island Sound.

§315.3 Level III

[Environmental Conservation Law, §§ 15, 77]

(a) All that area south of a line commencing at the junction of the northerly boundary of the Village of North Tarrytown and the east bank of the Hudson River; thence easterly, southerly, and easterly along the village line to Old Croton Road; thence southerly along Old Croton Road to Broadway; thence southerly along Broadway to the Greenburg-Mount Pleasant town line (Tarrytown village line) thence easterly along the town line to the Bronx River Parkway; thence northerly and easterly along the Bronx River Parkway to Route 22; thence northeasterly along Route 22 to Route 120; thence southerly along Route 120 to the Connecticut-New York State line; except that area delineated as Level IV.

(b) All that area within the municipal boundaries of the City of Peekskill and the Village of Buchanan.

(c) All that area commencing at the junction of the east bank of the Hudson River and the southerly municipal boundary of the Village of Ossining; thence counterclockwise along the village line to a point where the northerly municipal boundary crosses the Old Croton Aqueduct of the New York City Department of Water Supply, Gas and Electricity; thence northerly along the Old Croton Aqueduct to the New Castle town line; thence northwesterly along the New Castle town line to the Cortlandt town line; thence northwesterly along a straight line to the intersection of Nordica Drive and Truesdale Drive in the Village of Croton-on-Hudson; thence northerly along a straight line to the intersection of Morningside Drive and Highland Avenue; thence northwesterly along Highland Avenue to the Albany Post Road (Route 9); thence due west to the east bank of the Hudson River; thence southerly along the east bank of the Hudson River to the beginning point.

§315.4 Level II

[Environmental Conservation Law, §§ 15, 77]

All that area west and north of a line commencing at the junction of the Putnam-Westchester county line and the Somers-Yorktown town line; thence southerly along the town line to the New Castle town line; thence clockwise along the New Castle town line to the Saw Mill River Parkway; thence northeasterly along the Saw Mill River Parkway to Route 117; thence southerly along Route 117 to Dixon Road; thence southeasterly along Dixon Road to Springhurst Road; thence southerly along Springhurst Road to McLain Street; thence westerly and southerly along McLain Street to Knowlton Avenue (Guard Hill Road); thence westerly along Knowlton Avenue to the Mount Kisco village line; thence southerly along the Mount Kisco village line to the Bedford-New Castle town line; thence southerly and easterly along the Bedford town line to the Delaware Aqueduct of the New York City Department of Water Supply, Gas and Electricity; thence southerly along said aqueduct to Route 120; thence northerly along Route 120 to Route 22; thence southwesterly along Route 22 to the Bronx River Parkway; thence westerly and southerly along the Bronx River Parkway to the Greenburg-Mount Pleasant town line; thence westerly along the town line to Broadway; thence northerly along Broadway to Old Croton Road; thence northerly along Old Croton Road to the North Tarrytown village line; thence westerly, northerly, and westerly along the village line to the east bank of the Hudson River; except that area delineated as Level III.

§315.5 Level I

[Environmental Conservation Law, §§ 15, 77]

All that area in Westchester County not delineated as Levels IV, III, and II.