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CFR Correction

In Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations, parts 81 to 85, revised as of July 1, 2005, in § 81.339, on page 343, in the table “Pennsylvania—TSP”, under “V. Southwest Pennsylvania Intrastate AQCR”, revise the entry for “Allegheny County Air Basin” to read as follows:

Pennsylvania.
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Pennsylvania—TSP

Designated areaDoes not meet primary standardsDoes not meet secondary standardsCannot be classifiedBetter than national standards
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(B) Allegheny County Air Basin:
(1) A three mile wide strip which is within a perpendicular distance two miles north and east and one mile south and west of the river center line with terminus points as follows:
(a) The Beaver County line to the I-79 Bridge on the Ohio RiverX
(b) I-79 to the McKees Rocks Bridge on the Ohio RiverX
(c) McKees Rocks Bridge to the Birmingham Bridge on the Ohio and Monongahela RiversX
(d) Birmingham Bridge to the Glenwood Bridge on the Monongahela RiverX
(e) Glenwood Bridge to the Mansfield Bridge (Dravosburg) on the Monongahela RiverX
(f) Mansfield Bridge to the Westmoreland County line on the Monongahela RiverX
(2) The area within a half-mile radius of the Greater Pittsburgh Airport monitorX
(3) The one mile wide strip centered on Turtle Creek running from area (V)(B)(1)(e) above to the Westmoreland County lineX
(4) The Area #9 within Allegheny County within a radius of 2 miles of the Springdale MonitorX
(5) The remaining portions of the Allegheny County Air BasinX
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[FR Doc. 06-55505 Filed 2-6-06; 8:45 am]

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