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Part 287: Nassau County

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

[Filed 5/19/72.]

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§287.1 General classification

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

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

§287.2 Level IV

[Environmental Conservation Law, §§ 15, 77]

All that area west of a line commencing at the intersection of the eastern boundary of the City of Long Beach and the Atlantic Ocean shoreline; thence northerly along the city line to Reynolds Channel; thence northeasterly along a straight line to the intersection of South Main Street and the Freeport village line; thence counterclockwise along the village line to the Meadowbrook State Parkway; thence northerly along the Meadowbrook State Parkway to Hillside Avenue; thence westerly along Hillside Avenue to Marcus Avenue; thence northwesterly along Marcus Avenue to the Nassau-Queens county line.

§287.3 Level III

[Environmental Conservation Law, §§ 15, 77]

All that area generally south and west of a line beginning at the intersection of the Northern State Parkway and the Nassau-Suffolk county line; thence westerly along the Northern State Parkway to the Oyster Bay-North Hempstead town line; thence northwesterly along the town line to Glen Cove Road; thence northerly along Glen Cove Road to Cedar Swamp Road; thence northerly along Cedar Swamp Road to the Glen Cove city line; thence counterclockwise along the Glen Cove city line to the shore of Long Island Sound; except that area delineated as Level IV.

§287.4 Level II

[Environmental Conservation Law, §§ 15, 77]

All that area in Nassau County not delineated as Levels IV and III.