Notice of Public Hearing

The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District (District) will hold a public hearing at the time and location listed above to accept comments and consider adoption of the proposed amendments to District Rules 361 and 342.

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APCD Board Actions – May 16, 2019

Agenda |  Meeting Video |  Minutes Approved minutes of the March 21, 2019 meeting. Notice of Violation Report – Received and filed the summary of notices of violation issued and penalty revenue received during the months of March and April 2019. District Grant Program Activity – Received and filed the

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Notice of Public Review and Request for Comments

The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District (District) has issued four (4) draft federal Part 70 permits for the HVI Cat Canyon, Inc. facilities that are part of the South Cat Canyon Stationary Source. The HVI Cat Canyon, Inc. South Cat Canyon Stationary Source is located approximately six miles south of the city of Santa Maria in Santa Barbara County. The source includes three (3) oil and gas leases: Bell, Blochman and Palmer-Stendl. In addition to permits for these three oil and gas leases, there is one permit for internal combustion engines used within the stationary source.

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Community Advisory Council Agenda – May 2019

May 1, 2019 Agenda (PDF) A.      6:30 p.m. – Convene B.      Roll Call C.      Election of Vice-Chair D.      Public Comment Period  E.      Approval of Minutes of the November 7, 2018 meeting F.      Organization of Agenda G.      APCO Report

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APCD Hearing Board Agenda – May 1, 2019

May 1, 2019 Agenda  |  Public Notice  |  Meeting Audio A.            Call to Order – Roll Call B.            Approval of minutes – Approve minutes of the February 6, 2019 meeting. C.            Requests for continuance or addition of Ex-Agenda items D.            Announcements / Staff Reports E.            Public Comment Period F.            Public Hearings – Administration of Oath to

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SCCBCC Agenda – April 23, 2019

SOUTH CENTRAL COAST BASINWIDE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL COUNCIL Santa Barbara County APCD, 260 N. San Antonio Rd. Suite A, Santa Barbara, CA, 93110 TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE Gary Willey, APCO San Luis Obispo County APCD Michael Villegas, APCO Ventura County APCD Aeron Arlin Genet, APCO Santa Barbara County APCD COUNCIL MEMBERS

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Budget Workshop and Public Hearings

The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District (District) will hold a public workshop and two public hearings on the proposed budget for fiscal year 2019-2020. A copy of the proposed budget is available for review on the District website (below) or at District offices:

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APCD Board Actions – March 21, 2019

Agenda |  Meeting Video  |  Minutes Approved Minutes of the January 17, 2019 meeting Notice of Violation Report – Received and filed the summary of notices of violation issued and penalty revenue received during the months of January and February 2019. District Grant Program Activity – Received and filed the

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Results from 2018 Marine Shipping Program

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — The partners in an initiative to cut air pollution and protect endangered whales announced results from the 2018 program and recognized the 12 shipping companies that participated, reducing speeds to 10 knots or less in the San Francisco Bay Area and the Santa Barbara Channel region. The voluntary incentive program ran July 1 – November 15, 2018. Partners recognized the companies at a ceremony at the Bannings Landing Community Center near the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach.

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Figueroa Mountain Pile Burn and Administration Pile Burn Scheduled for March

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — The Los Padres National Forest has tentatively scheduled two separate prescribed burns to occur in March: the Figueroa Mountain Pile Burn and Administration Pile Burn. The burn window will start on March 5 and last through the month of March for both burns. Prescribed, or planned, fires typically burn less intensely than wildfires. Prescribed burns can help prevent the spread of wildfires, and can reduce impacts to watersheds that can result in soil loss and sedimentation.

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