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Part 305: Seneca County

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

[Filed 4/28/72. Effective 5/1/72.]

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§305.1 General classification

(a) The air quality within the political boundaries of Seneca County shall be maintained using Levels II and I as set forth in Part 256, Ambient Air Quality Standards--Classifications System, for the areas described in the following sections.

(b) The classification of the air over Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake shall be the same as the classification of the adjacent land mass.

§305.2 Level II

All that area bounded by a line commencing at the intersection of Seneca-Ontario county line and Packwood Road; thence southeasterly along Packwood Road to Maney Road; thence northerly along Maney Road to Steele Road; thence easterly along Steele Road to Edwards Road; thence northerly along Edwards Road to Route 96; thence easterly along a straight line to the junction of Remhill Road and Black Brook Road in the town of Seneca Falls; thence easterly along Remhill Road to Gravel Road; thence southerly along Gravel Road to George Hyatt Road; thence easterly along George Hyatt Road to the Cayuga and Seneca Canal; thence easterly along the Cayuga and Seneca Canal to Demont Creek; thence southerly along Demont Creek to Cayuga Lake shoreline; thence southerly along the shoreline to the Fayette-Seneca Falls town line; thence clockwise along the Seneca Falls town line to County House Road; thence westerly along County House Road to Marshall Road; thence westerly along Marshall Road to Route 96A; thence northerly along Route 96A to Routes 5 and 20; thence westerly along Routes 5 and 20 to the Seneca-Ontario county line; thence northerly along the county line to the beginning point.

§305.3 Level I

All that area in Seneca County not delineated as Level II.