63138 Federal Register / Vol. 62, No. 228 / Wednesday, November 26, 1997 / Notices Affected Public: Individuals or Education on increasing the private for training of U.S. Navy personnel. As households; Federal Government; State, sector role in strengthening HBCUs. a result of the end of the Cold War and Local or Tribal Gov’t, SEAs or LEAs. The meeting of the Board is open to the downsizing of the Navy, the S3G Annual Reporting and Recordkeeping the public. The meeting will be and D1G Prototype reactor plants were Hour Burden: primarily devoted to the discussion of shut down in May 1991 and March Responses: 925,698. challenges facing historically black 1996, respectively. Since then, the S3G Burden Hours: 943,318. colleges and universities. and D1G Prototype reactor plants have Abstract: A local educational agency Records are kept of all Board been defueled and placed in a safe and must submit an application to the procedures, and are available for public stable protective storage condition. The Department to receive Impact Aid inspection at the White House Initiative Kesselring Site will not be released for payments under sections 8002 or 8003 on Historically Black Colleges and other uses in the foreseeable future of the Elementary and Secondary Universities located at 1250 Maryland Education Act (ESEA), and a State since two active prototype reactor plants Avenue, S.W., The Portals Building, requesting certification under section continue to operate to perform training Suite 605, Washington, DC, 20202, from 8009 of the ESEA must submit data for the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. of U.S. Navy personnel and testing of the Secretary to determine whether the naval nuclear propulsion plant Dated: November 19, 1997. equipment. State has a qualified equalization plan David A. Longanecker, and may take Impact Aid payments into Alternatives Considered Assistant Secretary for Postsecondary consideration in allocating State aid. Education. 1. Prompt Dismantlement—Preferred [FR Doc. 97–30975 Filed 11–25–97; 8:45 am] [FR Doc. 97–31043 Filed 11–25–97; 8:45 am] Alternative BILLING CODE 4000–01–P BILLING CODE 4000–01–M The Final Environmental Impact Statement identifies prompt DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY dismantlement as the preferred President’s Board of Advisors on alternative. If selected, this alternative Notice of Availability of the Final would be subject to the availability of Historically Black Colleges and Environmental Impact Statement on Universities; Meeting appropriated funding. This alternative the Disposal of the S3G and D1G would involve the prompt AGENCY: President’s Board of Advisors Prototype Reactor Plants dismantlement of the S3G and D1G on Historically Black Colleges and AGENCY: Department of Energy. Prototype reactor plants. All S3G and Universities, Department of Education. D1G Prototype reactor plant systems, ACTION: Notice of availability. ACTION: Notice of meeting. components and structures would be SUMMARY: The Department of Energy removed from the Kesselring Site. To SUMMARY: This notice sets forth the (DOE) Office of Naval Reactors (Naval the extent practicable, the resulting low- schedule and agenda of the meeting of Reactors) has published the Final the President’s Board of Advisors on level radioactive metals would be Environmental Impact Statement on the recycled at existing commercial Historically Black Colleges and Disposal of the S3G and D1G Prototype Universities. This notice also describes facilities. The remaining low-level Reactor Plants. The Final Environmental radioactive waste would be disposed of the functions of the Board. Notice of this Impact Statement was prepared in meeting is required under Section at the DOE Savannah River Site in accordance with the National South Carolina. The Savannah River 10(a)(2) of the Federal Advisory Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of Committee Act. Site currently receives low-level 1969; Council on Environmental Quality radioactive waste from Naval Reactors’ DATE AND TIME: December 18, 1997 from regulations implementing NEPA (40 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. sites in the eastern United States. Both CFR Parts 1500–1508); and DOE NEPA ADDRESSES: The meeting will be held at the volume and radioactive content of Implementing Procedures (10 CFR Part the Sheraton City Centre Hotel located the S3G and D1G Prototype reactor 1021). The Final Environmental Impact at 1143 New Hampshire Avenue, NW, Statement and its supporting references plant low-level waste fall within the Washington, DC. are available to the public at the projections of Naval Reactors’ waste Saratoga Springs Public Library in provided to the Savannah River Site, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Sterling Henry, White House Initiative Saratoga Springs and the Schenectady which are included in the Savannah on Historically Black Colleges and County Public Library in Schenectady, River Site Waste Management Final Universities, U.S. Department of New York. The Final Environmental Environmental Impact Statement, dated Education, 600 Independence Avenue, Impact Statement is also available by July 1995. For the purposes of providing SW, the Portals Building, Suite 605, mail upon request. an upper bound in transportation Washington, DC 20202–5120. related risk analyses, transportation of SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Telephone: (202) 708–8667. low-level radioactive waste to the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Background Hanford Site in Washington State is also President’s Board of Advisors on The S3G and D1G Prototype reactor evaluated. There are no current plans to Historically Black Colleges and plants are located on the Kesselring Site ship low-level radioactive wastes from Universities was established under near West Milton, New York, S3G and D1G Prototype reactor plant Executive Order 12876 of November 1, approximately 17 miles north of dismantlement activities to the Hanford 1993. The Board is established to advise Schenectady. The S3G and D1G Site. In the event that shipment of these on the financial stability of Historically Prototype reactor plants first started wastes to Hanford Site becomes Black Colleges and Universities, to issue operation in 1958 and 1962, necessary, waste disposal plans and an annual report to the President on respectively, and served for more than activities would comply with all HBCU participation in Federal 30 years as facilities for testing reactor applicable State and Federal statutes programs, and to advise the Secretary of plant components and equipment and and regulations.
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