PUBLIC NOTICE COVENANT NOT TO SUEFINAL FINDINGS AND ORDERS

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					                            PUBLIC NOTICE
          COVENANT NOT TO SUE/FINAL FINDINGS AND ORDERS
              The Ohio Telephone Company dba AT&T Ohio,
                        AT&T Facility Cleveland

Notice is hereby given that on March 22, 2010, the Director of the Ohio
Environmental Protection Agency (“Ohio EPA”), pursuant to Ohio Revised Code
(“ORC”) Chapter 3746 and Ohio Administrative Code (“OAC”) Chapter 3745-300,
issued a Covenant Not to Sue/Final Findings and Orders to The Ohio Telephone
Company dba AT&T Ohio, for property known as AT&T Facility Cleveland (the
“Property”).


The Volunteer conducted a voluntary action of the approximately 2.7842 acre-
Property, which is located at 10615 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga
County, Ohio. A no further action letter for the Property was submitted on April
13, 2009 to the Voluntary Action Program of the Ohio EPA Division of
Emergency and Remedial Response by Brian Hackett, a Certified Professional
as defined in ORC 3746.01(E) and OAC 3745-300-01(A).


This action of the Director is final and may be appealed to the Environmental
Review Appeals Commission pursuant to ORC 3745.04. The appeal must be in
writing and set forth the action complained of and the grounds upon which the
appeal is based. The appeal must be filed with the Commission within thirty (30)
days after notice or issuance of the action. The appeal must be accompanied by
a filing fee of $70.00, made payable to “Ohio Treasurer Kevin Boyce,” which the
Commission, in its discretion, may reduce if by affidavit you demonstrate that
payment of the full amount of the fee would cause extreme hardship. Notice of
the filing of the appeal shall be filed with the Director within three (3) days of filing
with the Commission. Ohio EPA requests that a copy of the appeal be served
upon the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Environmental Enforcement Section.
An appeal may be filed with the Environmental Review Appeals Commission at
the following address: 309 South Fourth Street, Room 222, Columbus, Ohio
43215.
If you would like to review a copy of the Covenant Not to Sue/Final Findings and
Orders, please contact Debi Tavizon, Records Management Officer, Ohio EPA,
Division of Emergency and Remedial Response, P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, OH
43216-1049, or by telephone at (614) 644-2924.
                              PUBLIC NOTICE
         COVENANT NOT TO SUE/FINAL FINDINGS AND ORDERS
 City of Warrensville Heights, Former Zayre Department Store and Former
                               Furniture Store


Notice is hereby given that on March 22, 2010, the Director of the Ohio
Environmental Protection Agency (“Ohio EPA”), pursuant to Ohio Revised Code
(“ORC”) Chapter 3746 and Ohio Administrative Code (“OAC”) Chapter 3745-300,
issued a Covenant Not to Sue/Final Findings and Orders to the City of
Warrensville Heights, the “Volunteer” for property known as Former Zayre
Department Store and Former Furniture Store (the “Property”).


The “Volunteer” conducted a voluntary action of the approximately 16.15 acre-
Property, which is located at 4417 and 4435 Northfield Rd., Warrensville Heights,
Cuyahoga County, Ohio.          A no further action letter for the Property was
submitted on March 24, 2008 to the Voluntary Action Program of Ohio EPA’s
Division of Emergency and Remedial Response by William Rish, a Certified
Professional, as defined in ORC 3746.01(E) and OAC 3745-300-01(A).


This action of the Director is final and may be appealed to the Environmental
Review Appeals Commission pursuant to ORC 3745.04. The appeal must be in
writing and set forth the action complained of and the grounds upon which the
appeal is based. The appeal must be filed with the Commission within thirty (30)
days after notice of the action. The appeal must be accompanied by a filing fee
of $70.00, made payable to “Ohio Treasurer Kevin Boyce,” which the
Commission, in its discretion, may reduce if by affidavit it is demonstrated that
payment of the full amount of the fee would cause extreme hardship. Notice of
the filing of the appeal shall be filed with the Director within three (3) days of filing
with the Commission. Ohio EPA requests that a copy of the appeal be served
upon the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Environmental Enforcement Section.
An appeal may be filed with the Environmental Review Appeals Commission at
the following address: 309 South Fourth Street, Room 222, Columbus, Ohio
43215.


If you would like to review a copy of the Covenant Not to Sue/Final Findings and
Orders, please contact Debi Tavizon, Records Management Officer, Ohio EPA,
Division of Emergency and Remedial Response, P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, OH
43216-1049, or by telephone at (614) 644-2924.
                             PUBLIC NOTICE
          COVENANT NOT TO SUE/FINAL FINDINGS AND ORDERS
            City of Lancaster, Former Anchor Hocking Plant #2


Notice is hereby given that on March 22, 2010, the Director of the Ohio
Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA), pursuant to Ohio Revised Code
(ORC) Chapter 3746 and Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Chapter 3745-300,
issued a Covenant Not To Sue/Final Findings and Orders to the city of
Lancaster, (Volunteer) for property known as Former Anchor Hocking Plant #2.


The volunteer conducted a voluntary action at the approximately 16.69 acre-
property, which is located at 911 Lawrence Street, Lancaster, Fairfield County,
Ohio. A no further action letter for the property was submitted on February 27,
2009 to the Voluntary Action Program of the Ohio EPA Division of Emergency
and Remedial Response by Steven M. Gross, a certified professional, as defined
in ORC 3746.01(E) and OAC 3745-300-01(A).


This action of the Director is final and may be appealed to the Environmental
Review Appeals Commission pursuant to ORC 3745.04. The appeal must be in
writing and set forth the action complained of and the grounds upon which the
appeal is based. The appeal must be filed with the Commission within 30 days
after notice or issuance of the action. The appeal must be accompanied by a
filing fee of $70.00, made payable to “Ohio Treasurer Kevin Boyce,” which the
Commission, in its discretion, may reduce if by affidavit it is demonstrated that
payment of the full amount of the fee would cause extreme hardship. Notice of
the filing of the appeal shall be filed with the Director within three days of filing
with the Commission. Ohio EPA requests that a copy of the appeal be served
upon the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Environmental Enforcement Section.
An appeal may be filed with the Environmental Review Appeals Commission at
the following address: 309 South Fourth Street, Room 222, Columbus, Ohio
43215.
To review a copy of the Covenant Not To Sue/Final Findings and Orders, please
contact Debi Tavizon, Records Management Officer, Ohio EPA, Division of
Emergency and Remedial Response, P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, OH 43216-
1049, or by telephone at (614) 644-2924.
                             PUBLIC NOTICE
          COVENANT NOT TO SUE/FINAL FINDINGS AND ORDERS
         Ohio Department of Transportation, District 3 Headquarters


Notice is hereby given that on March 22, 2010, the Director of the Ohio
Environmental Protection Agency (“Ohio EPA”), pursuant to Ohio Revised Code
(“ORC”) Chapter 3746 and Ohio Administrative Code (“OAC”) Chapter 3745-300,
issued a Covenant Not To Sue/Final Findings and Orders to Ohio Department of
Transportation, the “Volunteer” for property known as ODOT District 3
Headquarters (the “Property”).


The “Volunteer” conducted a voluntary action of the approximately 30.723 acre-
Property, which is located at 906 North Clark Street, Ashland, Ashland County,
Ohio. A no further action letter for the Property was submitted on August 14,
2009 to the Voluntary Action Program of the Ohio EPA Division of Emergency
and Remedial Response by Matthew Knecht, a Certified Professional as defined
in ORC 3746.01(E) and OAC 3745-300-01(A).


This action of the Director is final and may be appealed to the Environmental
Review Appeals Commission pursuant to ORC 3745.04. The appeal must be in
writing and set forth the action complained of and the grounds upon which the
appeal is based. The appeal must be filed with the Commission within thirty (30)
days after notice or issuance of the action. The appeal must be accompanied by
a filing fee of $70.00 which the Commission, in its discretion, may reduce if by
affidavit you demonstrate that payment of the full amount of the fee would cause
extreme hardship. Notice of the filing of the appeal shall be filed with the Director
within three (3) days of filing with the Commission. Ohio EPA requests that a
copy of the appeal be served upon the Ohio Attorney General’s Office,
Environmental Enforcement Section.          An appeal may be filed with the
Environmental Review Appeals Commission at the following address: 309 South
Fourth Street, Room 222, Columbus, Ohio 43215.
If you would like to review a copy of the Covenant Not To Sue/Final Findings and
Orders, please contact Debi Tavizon, Records Management Officer, Ohio EPA,
Division of Emergency and Remedial Response, P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, OH
43216-1049, or by telephone at (614) 644-2924.
                             PUBLIC NOTICE
          COVENANT NOT TO SUE/FINAL FINDINGS AND ORDERS
            Verwandt Properties II, LLC and Village of Lockland,
                        Former Celotex Property


Notice is hereby given that on March 23, 2010, the Director of the Ohio
Environmental Protection Agency (“Ohio EPA”), pursuant to Ohio Revised Code
(“ORC”) Chapter 3746 and Ohio Administrative Code (“OAC”) Chapter 3745-300,
issued a Covenant Not To Sue/Final Findings and Orders to Verwandt Properties
II, LLC and the village of Lockland, the “Volunteers” for property known as the
Former Celotex Property (the “Property”).


The “Volunteers” conducted a voluntary action of the 27.4639-acre Property,
which is located at 339 Wayne Avenue, Lockland, Hamilton County, Ohio. A no
further action letter for the Property was submitted on February 27, 2009 to the
Voluntary Action Program of the Ohio EPA Division of Emergency and Remedial
Response by Michael Weinstein, a Certified Professional as defined in ORC
3746.01(E) and OAC 3745-300-01(A).


This action of the Director is final and may be appealed to the Environmental
Review Appeals Commission pursuant to ORC 3745.04. The appeal must be in
writing and set forth the action complained of and the grounds upon which the
appeal is based. The appeal must be filed with the Commission within thirty (30)
days after notice or issuance of the action. The appeal must be accompanied by
a filing fee of $70.00, made payable to “Ohio Treasurer Kevin Boyce," which the
Commission, in its discretion, may reduce if by affidavit you demonstrate that
payment of the full amount of the fee would cause extreme hardship. Notice of
the filing of the appeal shall be filed with the Director within three (3) days of filing
with the Commission. Ohio EPA requests that a copy of the appeal be served
upon the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Environmental Enforcement Section.
An appeal may be filed with the Environmental Review Appeals Commission at
the following address: 309 South Fourth Street, Room 222, Columbus, Ohio
43215.


If you would like to review a copy of the Covenant Not To Sue/Final Findings and
Orders, please contact Debi Tavizon, Records Management Officer, Ohio EPA,
Division of Emergency and Remedial Response, P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, OH
43216-1049, or by telephone at (614) 644-2924.
                           PUBLIC NOTICE
             FINAL ISSUANCE OF AMENDED CERTIFICATE OF
         REGISTRATION AS A GENERATOR OF INFECTIOUS WASTE

Notice is hereby given that on March 23, 2010; the director of Ohio EPA issued
an amended infectious waste generator certificate to Bio Medical Applications of
Ohio Inc, 10585 N Meridian St Ste 160, Indianapolis, IN 46290, Reg. No.: 00-G-
00986.   Persons wishing to be notified of further actions or proceedings for this
project must submit a request in writing to Ohio EPA, Division of Solid and
Infectious Waste Management, Attn: Systems Management Unit, P.O. Box 1049,
Columbus, Ohio 43216-1049, tel.: (614) 644-2621. This final action was not
preceded by a proposed action and may be appealed to the Environmental
Review Appeals Commission, at 309 South Fourth Street, Suite 222, Columbus,
Ohio 43215.




                         PUBLIC NOTICE
    FINAL ISSUANCE OF EMERGENCY REGISTRATION CERTIFICATES
             FOR A TRANSPORTER OF INFECTIOUS WASTE

Notice is hereby given that, on March 23, 2010, the director of Ohio EPA issued
(1) one emergency infectious waste transporter certificate to Daniels Sharpsmart
Inc, 135 S LaSalle St Ste 2850, Chicago IL 60603, ID No: 00-T-00278. Persons
wishing to be notified of further actions or proceedings for this project must
submit a request in writing to Ohio EPA, Division of Solid and Infectious Waste
Management, Attn: Systems Management Unit, P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio
43216-1049, tel.: (614) 644-2621. This final action was not preceded by a
proposed action and may be appealed to the Environmental Review Appeals
Commission, at 309 South Fourth Street, Suite 222, Columbus, Ohio 43215.
                                                                   Auglaize County

                        Ohio EPA PA No. 718776
         Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Draft Plan Approval
                             PUBLIC NOTICE
Draft Plan Approval for Long-Term Control Plan
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
Permits Section
50 West Town Street, Suite 700
P.O. Box 1049
Columbus, Ohio 43216-1049
(614) 644-2001
Public Notice No.: 10-04-002
Date of Issue of Public Notice: April 1, 2010
Name and Address of Applicant: Mr. Rex Katterheinrich, Director of Public
Service and Safety, P.O. Box 269, Wapakoneta, Ohio, 45895
Name and Address of Facility Where Discharge Occurs: City of Wapakoneta
Wastewater Treatment Plant, 1 Herbstreets Street, Wapakoneta, Ohio, 45895,
Auglaize County
Public notice is hereby given that Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio
EPA) Division of Surface Water (DSW) has issued a draft plan approval for the
Combined Sewer Overflow Long Term Control Plan for the City of Wapakoneta.
The plan is for reducing combined sewer overflow occurrences to four or less
during a typical year by increasing sewage conveyance and storage capabilities
in the City. The estimated cost of the plan is $30.2 million. Construction of all
projects is to be completed by no later than December 31, 2020. The Long-Term
Control Plan, with final revisions received by Ohio EPA on October 23, 2009,
contains an implementation schedule that will be included in the City’s NPDES
permit upon modification.
Ohio EPA will provide an opportunity for public comment concerning this project.
Comments received shall be considered by the Director before the plan is issued
as final. Any person may submit written comments on the draft plan and
administrative record and may request a public hearing. A request for public
hearing shall be in writing and shall state the nature of the issues to be raised. In
appropriate cases, including cases where there is significant public interest, the
director may hold a public hearing on a draft plan or plans prior to final issuance
of the plan or plans. Written comments and/or public hearing requests must be
received by the Ohio EPA, Division of Surface Water no later than 30 days from
the date of this public notice. Comments and/or public hearing requests should
be delivered or mailed to both of the following locations: 1) Ohio Environmental
Protection Agency, Division of Surface Water, Permits Processing Unit, 50 West
Town Street, Suite 700, P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216-1049 and 2)
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Northwest District Office, 347 N.
Dunbridge Road, Bowling Green, OH 43402. Comments received after this date
may not be considered by the Director before issuing the final plan.
Copies of the draft Plan and technical support information may be reviewed
and/or copies made at the Ohio EPA Northwest District Office, 347 N. Dunbridge
Road, Bowling Green, OH 43402, by first calling, (419) 352-8461 to make an
appointment.