Federal Register / Vol. 61, No. 77 / Friday, April 19, 1996 / Notices 17297 Summary: EPA had no objection to EIS No. 960168, FINAL SUPPLEMENT, EIS No. 960175, FINAL EIS, FRC, the final EIS. OSM, NM, AZ, Fence Lake Federal Promoting Wholesale Competition ERP No. F–AF–L11025–AK Alaska Coal Project, Mining Plan, Permit through Open Access Non- Military Operations Areas (MOAs) Application and Federal Permit Discriminatory Transmission Service Temporary MOAs Conversion to Approval or Disapproval, Updated by Public Utilities (RM95–8–000) and Permanent MOAs; New MOAs Creation; Information concerning the Salt River Recovery of Strandred Costs by Public MOAs Modification; Supersonic Project Improvement and Power Utilities and Transmitting Utilities Aircraft Operations and Routine Flying District’s (SRP) Proposed Fence Lake (Docket No. RM–94–7–001, Proposed Training, Joint/Combined Flying Mine, Apache County, AZ and Catron Rulemaking, Due: May 20, 1996, Training and Major Flying Exercises and Cibola Counties, NM, Due: May Contact: William A. Meroney (202) Activities, Elmendorf Air Force Base, 20, 1996, Contact: Richard J. Seibel 208–1069. AK. (303) 672–5610. EIS No. 960176, DRAFT EIS, GSA, CA, Summary: Due to the Federal EIS No. 960169, DRAFT EIS, FHW, IN, New San Francisco Federal Building Furlough of December 18, 1995, through IN–145 New Road Construction, Office Building Construction, January 5, 1996, the Environmental Funding, IN–37 and the existing I–64 Implementation, City and County of Protection Agency did not complete its Interchange near St. Croix in Perry San Francisco, CA, Due: June 05, review of the final EIS. No comment County to the east junction of IN–64 1996, Contact: Joan Byrens (415) 522– letter was sent to the preparing agency. and IN–145 in Crawford County, IN, 3495. Dated: April 16, 1996. Due: June 15, 1996, Contact: Arthur A. Dated: April 16, 1996. William D. Dickerson, Fendrick (317) 226–7475. William D. Dickerson, Director, NEPA Compliance Division Office EIS No. 960170, FINAL EIS, AFS, CA, Director, NEPA Compliance Division, Office of Federal Activities. Pilot Creek Watershed Land of Federal Activities. [FR Doc. 96–9728 Filed 4–18–96; 8:45 am] Management Plan, Implementation, [FR Doc. 96–9729 Filed 4–18–96; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 6560–50–U Hayfork Adaptive Management Area, BILLING CODE 6560–50–U Six Rivers National Forest, Mad River Ranger District, Humboldt and Trinty [ER–FRL–5415–6] Counties, CA, Due: May 20, 1996, [FRL–5460–5] Contact: Janice Stevenson (707) 574– Environmental Impact Statements; 6233. Common Sense Initiative Council Notice of Availability EIS No. 960171, DRAFT EIS, FHW, ID, (CSIC) Responsible Agency: Office of Federal Southwest Indiana Highway Corridor, AGENCY: Environmental Protection Activities, General Information (202) Evansville to Bloomington, I–29 of I– Agency (EPA). 564–7167 OR (202) 564–7153. 64 with I–164/ID–57, Improvements, ACTION: Notification of Public Advisory Weekly receipt of Environmental Gibson, Pike, Warrick, Monroe, CSIC Printing, Automobile Impact Statements Filed April 08, 1996 Greene and Daviess Counties, ID, Due: Manufacturing, Iron and Steel, and Through April 12, 1996 Pursuant to 40 August 01, 1996, Contact: Arthur A. Computers and Electronics Sectors CFR 1506.9. Fendrick (317) 226–7475. Subcommittee Meetings; Open EIS No. 960164, DRAFT EIS, IBR, ND, EIS No. 960172, DRAFT EIS, UAF, AZ, Meetings. Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge, Luke Air Force Base, Construction Implementation, Water Management and Operation of 18–Hole Golf SUMMARY: Pursuant to the Federal Capability to Mitigate for Past, Present Course, In a Detention Basin to Advisory Committee Act, Public Law and Future Impacts of Jamestown Prevent Flood Damage, Dysart Drain 92–463, notice is hereby given that, Reservoir, Stutsman and Foster Improvement Project, Maricopa pending resolution of EPA’s FY 1996 Counties, ND, Due: June 18, 1996, County, AZ, Due: June 03, 1996, appropriation, the Printing, Automobile Contact: Greg Hiemenz (701) 250– Contact: Robert Maxwell (602) 856– Manufacturing, Iron and Steel, and 4242. 3823. Computers and Electronics Sector EIS No. 960165, FINAL SUPPLEMENT, EIS No. 960173, DRAFT SUPPLEMENT, Subcommittees of the Common Sense COE, AK, Chignik Small Boat Harbor AFS, WA, OR, Pacific Northwest Initiative Council will meet on the dates Development and Construction, Region National Forests, Nursery Pest and times described below. All meetings Updated Information concerning Control Management Plan, Additional are open to the public. Limited time will Selected Alternative Site 2, Information concerning Changes to a be provided for public comment. For Anchorage Bay, Alaska Peninsula, List of Chemical Pesticides and further information concerning specific AK, Due: May 20, 1996, Contact: Guy Streamlining the Process for Future meetings, please contact the individuals R. McConnell (907) 753–2640. Changes Approved for Use at J. listed with the four Sector EIS No. 960166, DRAFT EIS, EPA, CA, Herbert Stone, Bend Pine and Wind Subcommittee announcements below. San Francisco Bay Region, Long-Term River Nurseries and Dorena Tree Management Strategy (LTMS) for the Improvement Center, WA and OR, (1) Printing Sector Subcommittee—May Placement of Dredged Material for Due: June 03, 1996, Contact: Diane 8, 1996 Disposal, several counties, CA, Due: Hildebrand (503) 326–6697. Notice is hereby given that the July 19, 1996, Contact: Brian Ross EIS No. 960174, FINAL EIS, FHW, MN, Environmental Protection Agency, (415) 744–1979. US 14/52 Transportation Corridor, pending resolution of it’s FY 1996 EIS No. 960167, FINAL EIS, ICC, MT, Reconstruction between Olmsted appropriation, will hold an open Tongue River Railroad Additional CSAH 14 (75th Street NW) and TH– meeting of the Printing Sector Rail Line Construction and Operation, 63 (Broadway) Funding, COE Section Subcommittee on Wednesday, May 8, Ashland to Decker, Approval, 404 Permit and NPDES Permit, City of 1996, from 8:30 a.m. edt to 12:00 noon Rosebud and Big Horn Counties, MT, Rochester, Olmsted County, MN, Due: edt. The Printing Sector’s Workgroups Due: May 20, 1996, Contact: Elaine K. May 20, 1996, Contact: Graig Lenz will meet on Tuesday, May 7, 1996, Kurser (202) 927–6213. (507) 285–7124. from approximately 10:00 a.m. edt until 17298 Federal Register / Vol. 61, No. 77 / Friday, April 19, 1996 / Notices about 5:30 p.m., edt. The workgroups Each individual or group wishing to pending resolution of its FY 1996 will also meet on May 8, 1996, from make an oral presentation will be appropriation, will hold an open approximately 12:30 p.m. edt until provided a total of three minutes. meeting of the Computers and about 3:00 p.m., edt. All meetings will For further information concerning Electronics Sector Subcommittee on be at the Sheraton Hotel, 11810 Sunrise this meeting of the Automobile Thursday, May 23, 1996, from 8:30 a.m. Valley Drive, Reston,Virginia 22091. Manufacturing Sector Subcommittee, edt until 5:00 p.m. edt, and Friday, May The telephone number is 703–620– please contact Carol Kemker, DFO, at 24, 1996, from 8:30 a.m., edt to 3:00 9000. the above number; Keith Mason, p.m., edt, at the Washington Marriott, The Compliance Tools Workgroup is Alternate DFO, at (202) 260–1360; or 1221 22nd Street, Washington, DC. working on the Multi-Media Flexible Julie Lynch, Alternate DFO at (202) Seating will be available on a first come, Permitting Project, and the New York 260–4000. first serve basis. Opportunity for public City Education Workgroup is moving comment on major issues under (3) Iron and Steel Sector Subcommittee ahead with plans for pollution discussion will be provided at intervals Meeting—May 16, 1996 prevention Education for small printers. throughout the meeting. The purpose of the workgroup meetings Notice is hereby given that the The first day of the meeting, May 23, is to discuss the status of and plan Environmental Protection Agency, will be devoted partly to breakout future work for these projects. The pending resolution of its FY 1996 sessions for the three subcommittee purpose of the Subcommittee Meeting is appropriation, will hold an open workgroups (Reporting and Information to discuss the status of these projects meeting of the Iron and Steel Sector Access; Overcoming Barriers to undertaken by the Subcommittee. Subcommittee on Thursday, May 16, Pollution Prevention, Product Agendas will be available April 30, 1996. The meeting will begin at 8:00 Stewardship, and Recycling; and 1996. Seating will be on a first come a.m. edt and will run until 4:00 p.m. Integrated and Sustainable Alternative first served basis. Limited time will be edt. The meeting will be held at the Strategies for Electronics) and partly to provided for public comment. Metcalf Federal Building, Great Lakes plenary session; the second day, May For further information concerning Conference Center, 12th floor, 77 West 24, will also consist of both workgroup this meeting of the Printing Sector Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois and plenary sessions. Subcommittee, please contact Ginger 60604. Picture identification will be For further information regarding this Gotliffe of EPA’s Office of Enforcement required for entry into the building. Computers and Electronics Sector and Compliance Assurance at 202–564– Seating will be available on a first come, Subcommittee Meeting, please contact 7072, or Nancy Cichowicz, EPA, Region first served basis. Limited time will be Gina Bushong at (202) 260–1096 or by III, at 215–597–2030. provided for public comment. mail at U.S. EPA (MC 7405), 401 M The Iron and Steel Sector Street SW., Washington, DC 20460; (2) Automobile Manufacturing Sector Subcommittee has created four work Mark Mahoney, U.S. EPA Region 1, Subcommittee Meeting—May 10, 1996 groups which are responsible for (617) 565–1155; or David Jones, at U.S. Notice is hereby given that the proposing to the full Subcommittee for EPA Region 9, (415) 744–2266. Environmental Protection Agency, its review and approval potential pending resolution of it’s FY 1996 activities or projects that the Iron and Inspection of Subcommittee Documents appropriation, will hold an open Steel Sector Subcommittee will Documents relating to the above meeting of the Automobile undertake, and for carrying out projects Sector Subcommittee announcements, Manufacturing Sector Subcommittee on once approved. The subcommittee has will be publicly available at the Friday, May 10, 1996, from approved seven projects and their work meeting. Thereafter, these documents, approximately 9:00 a.m. edt to 4:00 p.m. plans. together with the official minutes for the edt. The meeting will be held at the The purpose of this meeting is to meetings, will be available for public Lake Michigan Conference Room, 12th discuss the status of projects sponsored inspection in room 2821M of EPA Floor, 77 West Jackson Boulevard, by the workgroups and to review Headquarters, Common Sense Initiative Ralph Metcalfe Federal Building, recommendations that the workgroups Staff, 401 M Street SW., Washington, DC Chicago, Illinois. Picture identification propose, particularly several 20460, telephone number 202–260– will be required for entry into the recommendations that have been 7417. Common Sense Initiative building. The three project teams presented by the Permits Work Group. information can be accessed (Alternative Sector Regulatory System/ Additionally, the American Iron and electronically through contacting Community Technical Assistance, Life Steel Institute will give a brief Katherine Brown at Cycle Management/Supplier presentation on its role in supporting email@example.com. Partnership and Regulatory Initiative) research on innovative technology in will report on progress, identify short Dated: April 16, 1996. the industry. The Subcommittee’s four and long term deliverables and provide workgroups will be meeting the Prudence Goforth, an assessment of the teams’ resource preceding day, Wednesday, May 15, Designated Federal Officer. needs. The Common Sense Initiative 1996, from approximately 10:00 a.m. cdt [FR Doc. 96–9710 Filed 4–18–96; 8:45 am] Council Automobile Manufacturing to 5:00 p.m. cdt. BILLING CODE 6560–50–P Sector Subcommittee will also discuss For further information concerning sector communications and interlinks this Iron and Steel Sector Subcommittee between the project team activities. An [OPP–00431; FRL–5363–4] Meeting, please call either Ms. Mary agenda will be available May 3, 1996. Byrne at 312–353–2315 in Chicago, State FIFRA Issues Research and Seating may be limited; therefore, Illinois or Ms. Judith Hecht at 202–260– Evaluation Group (SFIREG) Working advance registration is recommended. 5682 in Washington, DC. Committees on Enforcement- Any person or organization interested in (4) Computers and Electronics Sector Certification & Registration- attending the meeting should contact Subcommittee—May 23 and 24, 1996 Classification; Open Meeting Ms. Carol Kemker, Designated Federal Officer (DFO), no later than May 7, Notice is hereby given that the AGENCY: Environmental Protection 1996, at (404) 347–3555 extension 4222. 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