MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT AIR AND RADIATION ADMINISTRATION NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PART 70 OPERATING PERMIT, OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN COMMENTS OR TO REQUEST A PUBLIC HEARING The Department of the Environment, Air and Radiation Administration (ARA) has completed its review of the application for a renewal Part 70 Operating Permit submitted by the Quarantine Road Sanitary Landfill, located in Baltimore, MD. The facility consists of a municipal solid waste (MSW) landfill. The applicant is represented by: Mr. James Rohrbach, Chief Solid Waste Disposal Section Baltimore City Department of Public Works 1002 Abel Woman Municipal Building 200 N. Holliday Street Baltimore, MD 21203 The Department has prepared a draft Part 70 Operating Permit for review and is now ready to receive public comment. A docket containing the draft permit, application, supporting documentation and fact sheet is available for review. Ask for Docket #24-510-02293 at the following locations during normal business hours: Enoch Pratt Free Library Brooklyn Branch 300 East Patapsco Avenue Baltimore, MD 21225-1828 Maryland Department of the Environment Air and Radiation Administration 1800 Washington Boulevard Baltimore, Maryland 21230-1720 Interested persons may submit written comments or request a public hearing on the draft permit. Written comments must be received by the Department no later than 30 days from the date of this notice. Requests for a public hearing must be submitted in writing and must also be received by the Department no later than 30 days from the date of this notice. Comments and requests for a public hearing will be accepted by the Department if they raise issues of law or material fact regarding applicable requirements of Title V of the Clean Air Act, and/or regulations implementing the Title V Program in Maryland found in COMAR. A Request for public hearing shall include the following: 1) The name, mailing address, and telephone number of the person making the request; 2) The names and addresses of any other persons for whom the person making the request if representing; and 3) The reason why a hearing is requested, including the air quality concern that forms the basis for the request and how this concern relates to the person making the request. All written comments and requests for a public hearing should be directed to the attention of Ms. Shannon Heafey, Air Quality Permits Program, Air and Radiation Management Administration, 1800 Washington Boulevard Suite 720, Baltimore, Maryland 21230-1720. Further information may be obtained by calling Ms. Shannon Heafey at (410) 537-4433.