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   its most recent  milestone under  section 182(g),  the new  source

   review  requirements  applicable  under  this subpart  in  Extreme

   Areas  shall apply  in the area  and the  term `major  source' and

   `major  stationary  source'  shall have  the  same  meaning as  in

   Extreme Areas.

      "(C) In  addition to the  requirements of subparagraph  (A) for

   those  areas referred  to in subparagraph  (A) and  not covered by

   subparagraph (B), the  provisions referred to in  subparagraph (B)

   shall  apply after  3  years from  the applicable  attainment date

   unless  the area  has attained  the standard  by the  end of  such

   3-year period.

      "(D) If, after  the date of the enactment of  the Clean Air Act

   Amendments  of 1990,  the  Administrator  modifies the  method  of

   determining  compliance  with  the national  primary  ambient  air

   quality standard, a design  value or other indicator comparable to

   0.140 in terms of its  relationship to the standard shall be  used

   in lieu  of  0.140 for  purposes  of  applying the  provisions  of

   subparagraphs (B) and (C).

   "(c) References to Terms.-(1) Any  reference in this subpart  to a

`Marginal Area', a `Moderate Area', a `Serious Area', a `Severe Area',

or an  `Extreme Area' shall  be considered  a reference to  a Marginal

Area, a  Moderate Area, a Serious  Area, a Severe Area,  or an Extreme

Area as respectively classified under this section.  

   "(2)   Any   reference   in   this   subpart   to   `next   higher

classification' or comparable terms shall be considered a reference to

the classification related to the next  higher set of design values in

table 1.  

"SEC. 182. PLAN SUBMISSIONS AND REQUIREMENTS.

   "(a)  Marginal  Areas.-Each  State  in  which  all  or  part  of a

Marginal Area  is located shall, with respect to the Marginal Area (or

portion thereof, to the extent  specified in this subsection),  submit

to  the   Administrator  the  State   implementation  plan   revisions

(including the plan items)  described under this subsection except  to

the extent  the State has made such submissions as  of the date of the

enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.

      "(1) Inventory.-Within 2 years after the date of  the enactment

   of the Clean Air Act  Amendments of 1990, the State shall submit a

   comprehensive,  accurate, current  inventory  of  actual emissions

   from  all   sources,  as  described   in  section  172(c)(3),   in

   accordance with guidance provided by the Administrator.  

      "(2) Corrections to  the state implementation  plan.-Within the

   periods prescribed in this paragraph, the State shall

   submit a revision  to the State implementation plan that meets the

   following requirements-  

         "(A) Reasonably available  control technology  corrections.-

      For  any  Marginal   Area  (or,   within  the   Administrator's

      discretion, portion  thereof) the State shall  submit, within 6

      months  of the date  of classification under  section 181(a), a

      revision that includes such  provisions to correct requirements

      in  (or add  requirements  to) the  plan concerning  reasonably

      available  control technology  as were  required  under section

      172(b)  (as  in  effect  immediately  before the  date  of  the

      enactment  of  the  Clean  Air  Act  Amendments  of  1990),  as

      interpreted  in guidance  issued  by  the  Administrator  under

      section 108 before  the date of the enactment of  the Clean Air

      Act Amendments of 1990.

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