Division of Air Resource Management, Office of Air Monitoring
This addendum provides information on proposed site and monitor modifications with the Florida ambient air monitoring network, which were not covered in the 2018 Annual Ambient Air Monitoring Network Plan. This document includes a full evaluation for the relocation of a site on the existing property in Melbourne, FL and a particulate monitor move from one air monitoring site to another within the City of Jacksonville. Additionally, an analysis for the removal of a carbon monoxide and two particulate matter monitors in St. Petersburg, FL and Dover, FL, respectively.
Notice is hereby given that the draft 2018 Florida Annual Ambient Air Monitoring Network Plan Addendum is available for a 30-day public comment period.
The Annual Ambient Air Monitoring Network Plan describes the network of ambient air quality monitors located within Florida. The Plan includes a review of actions taken during the previous fiscal year, and outlines plans for the year ahead.
Federal regulations require that the air quality monitoring network be reviewed annually to identify any need for additions, relocations, or terminations of monitoring sites or instrumentation. After the 30-day comment period, the Plan is submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for review and approval.
The comment period ended on January 18, 2019.
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