Kern County is set to make an agreement with SJVAPCD for clean air projects.Supervisors agreed in principal Tuesday to enter an agreement that would have the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District matching the dollars the county collects from oil companies to mitigate emissions. The money would go to projects like mass transit, clean emission school buses and farm tractors and other ways to efficiently cut air pollution. The Western States Petroleum Association came out in support of the agreement which would give more bang for the bucks they put into the county air fund. The agreement would be finalized by the County July 19th, then approved by the Air District Board in August.