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AGO Opinions with Topic: AIR POLLUTION CONTROL AUTHORITIES
AGO 1998 No. 7 >  May 21, 1998
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL AUTHORITIES - CITIES AND TOWNS - COUNTIES - AIR
Selection of member of air pollution control authority who represents largest city in county 1.  When an air pollution control authority is comprised of a single county, the member representing the largest city in the county is not required to be an elected official or an employee of the city. 2.  When an air pollution control authority is comprised of a single county, the city selection committee is not obligated to select, as the representative on the authority of the largest city in the county, a person nominated or designated by the city's mayor or city council.
AGO 2007 No. 2 >  January 8, 2007
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL AUTHORITIES - AIR POLLUTION - CITIES AND TOWNS
Whether cities and towns lying within an Indian reservation are subject to assessment for expenses of an air pollution control authority Where an air pollution control authority is coterminous with a county, and portions of the county are within an Indian reservation, and the EPA directly sets air quality standards within the reservation pursuant to federal law, cities and towns lying within the reservation are still fully subject to property taxation and statutory assessments for the expenses of the air pollution control authority.
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