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Previous Public Comment Opportunities

This page displays notices of previous public comment opportunities for past regulatory actions. These notices are not current and are displayed for historical purposes only.

This page displays notices of previous public comment opportunities for documents no longer under consideration by the Air Quality Control Board. These notices are not current and are displayed for historical purposes only.

For questions about the information presented here, please contact the Air Quality Control Board Liaison at 768-1972 or [email protected] 

2020

  • Draft 2018 Regional Sulfur Dioxide Emissions and Milestone Report
    • Click the above link to view the document. This draft report proposes to determine that 2018 emissions of sulfur dioxide from applicable sources in New Mexico (including Albuquerque - Bernalillo County), Utah, and Wyoming were lower than a regional milestone established in the Regional Haze State Implementation Plans of these three states, as provided in 40 CFR Part 51, Section 309. See the above linked document for details. The legal advertisement for this public comment opportunity is available at this link

2018

  • 1) Draft Good Neighbor Certification for 2008 ozone NAAQS
    • Click the above link to view the document. This document proposes to certify that air contaminant emissions from Albuquerque and Bernalillo County do not contribute to violations of the 2008 federal ambient air quality standard for ozone in other jurisdictions, as mandated by the Good Neighbor provision of the federal Clean Air Act. Requests for language interpretation or translation services or for disability accommodations in relation to this document should be made as soon as possible by contacting Dario Rocha at [email protected] or (505) 768-2637.
    • Public notice of opportunity to comment and request a public hearing. 

  • 2) Draft Infrastructure Certification for 2015 ozone NAAQS
    • Click the above link to view the document. This document proposes to certify that Albuquerque and Bernalillo County have sufficient programs, resources, and legal authority to implement the 2015 federal ambient air quality standard for ozone, as mandated by infrastructure requirements in Section 110 of the federal Clean Air Act. Requests for language interpretation or translation services or for disability accommodations in relation to this document should be made as soon as possible by contacting Dario Rocha at [email protected] or (505) 768-2637. 
    • Public notice of opportunity to comment and request a public hearing. 

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2014