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Part 299: Rockland County

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

[Filed 5/19/72]

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Contents:

Sec.

§299.1 General classification

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

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

§299.2 Level III

[Environmental Conservation Law, §§ 15, 77]

(a) All that area bounded by a line commencing at the Suffern-Hillburn village line and the New York-New Jersey State line; thence clockwise along the Suffern village line to the easternmost intersection with the Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway; thence easterly along the Thruway to College Road; thence northerly along College Road to Highview Road; thence easterly along Highview Road to Maple Avenue; hence easterly along Maple Avenue to the Spring Valley village line; thence clockwise along the Spring Valley village line to the Clarkstown-Ramapo town line; thence easterly along the Clarkstown-Ramapo town line to Pascack Road; thence southerly along Pascack Road to Smith Road; thence northeasterly along Smith Road to North Middletown Road; thence southerly along North Middletown Road to the Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway; thence easterly along the Thruway to Strawtown Road; thence northerly along Strawtown Road to Mill Road; thence northeasterly along Mill Road to a point due west of the intersection of Christian Herald Road and Route 303; thence due east to the said intersection; thence southeasterly along Christian Herald Road to the Upper Nyack village line; thence counterclockwise along the Upper Nyack village line to the west bank of the Hudson River; thence southerly along the Hudson River bank to the New York-New Jersey State line; thence northwesterly along the State line to the Orangetown-Ramapo town line; thence counterclockwise along the Ramapo town line to the Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway; thence westerly along a straight line to the intersection of South Airmont Road and the New York-New Jersey State line; thence northwesterly along the State line to the beginning point.

(b) All that area bounded by a line commencing at the intersection of the Clarkstown-Haverstraw town line and the west bank of the Hudson River; thence westerly along the Clarkstown-Haverstraw town line to Route 9W; thence southerly along Route 9W to Long Clove Road; thence southwesterly along Long Clove Road to Ridge Road; thence due north to the Haverstraw village line; thence clockwise along the Haverstraw village line to the West Haverstraw village line; thence clockwise along the West Haverstraw village line to Route 9W; thence northerly along Route 9W to the Palisades Park boundary; thence due east to the west bank of the Hudson River; thence southerly along the Hudson River bank.

§299.3 Level II

[Environmental Conservation Law, §§ 15, 77]

All that area bounded by a line commencing at the intersection of the Orange-Rockland county line and the Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway; thence easterly along a straight line to the intersection of Route 202 and Lime Kiln Road; thence northeasterly along Route 202 to the Palisades Interstate Parkway; thence northerly along the Parkway to Route 210; thence northeasterly along Route 210 to the Palisades Interstate Park boundary; thence northerly and easterly along the Park boundary to Route 9W; thence due east to the west bank of the Hudson River; thence southerly along the bank of the river to the Rockland-Bergen county line (New York-New Jersey State line); thence northwesterly and northeasterly along the Rockland county line to the beginning point; except those areas delineated as Level III.

§299.4 Level I

[Environmental Conservation Law, §§ 15, 77]

All that area in Rockland County not delineated as Levels III and II.