Air Pollution Control Commission records
Scope and Contents
Includes administrative files, hearing files, litigation files, parking freeze files, photographs and videotapes.
- circa 1970s-2007
- Boston (Mass.). Air Pollution Control Commission (Organization)
The Boston Air Pollution Control Commission (APCC) protects air quality in the City of Boston. Because air travels freely across political boundaries, the APCC actively cooperates with other local, regional, state and federal agencies to develop strategies and implement programs to improve air quality throughout New England. The APCC writes and enforces regulations, grants permits, advises other City Hall departments, holds public hearings, and cooperates with other local, regional, state, and federal agencies in the pursuit of common goals.
7.25 Cubic feet (7 record cartons and 2 small boxes)
Language of Materials
- Air -- Pollution Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Air quality Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Part of the City of Boston Archives Repository
201 Rivermoor St.
West Roxbury MA 02132 United States