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R1410à *ÔR E S O L U T I O N NO. 1410•ƒ ÁÁ WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 208 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972, P.L. 92©500 (hereinafter called "the Act"), the Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency has by regulation published guidelines for the identification of those areas which, as a result of urban©industrial concentrations or other factors, have substantial water quality control problems (40 CFR Part 126); and WHEREAS, the East©West Gateway Coordinating Council Wastewater Planning Area, shown on attached map (hereinafter called "the Area") satisfies the criteria contained in the Act and guidelines and designation of the area pursuant to Section 208 and those guidelines is desirable; and WHEREAS, Section 126.10 of the guidelines requires, among other things, that the affected units of local government within the problem area must show their intent, through formally adopted resolutions, to join together in the planning process to develop and implement a plan which will result in a coordinated waste treatment management system for the area; and WHEREAS, such planning process and waste treatment management system is a necessary and significant measure to control present point and non©point sources of water pollution and to guide and regulate future development and growth in the area which may affect water quality in order to prevent, abate and solve existing and potential substantial water quality control problems;Üj ÜŒÐBlBpÐ NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, recognizing that the Area has substantial water quality control problems, supports designation of the Area pursuant to Section 203 and the Environmental Protection Agency guidelines; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District intends to join with other units of local government within the boundaries of the Area to develop and implement a plan which will result in a coordinated waste treatment management system for the Area; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT all proposals for grants for construction of publicly©owned treatment works within the boundaries of the designated Area will be consistent with the approved plan and will be made only by the designated management agencies.ÁÁ The foregoing Resolution was adopted November 13, 1974. à *)é2©ƒ