THE TALK OF THE TOWN: Notes and Comments

August 1970
New Yorker;8/8/1970, Vol. 46 Issue 25, p21
The article comments on the issues regarding air pollution in New York. The city's Air Resources has reported that the levels of air pollution in the city is unsatisfactory. Despite the report, the city's Health Department emphasized that there was no health danger, according to Doctor Aaron Chaves, the department's assistant commissioner in charge of communicable disease.


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