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plans, re-inspections, and issuing F. What Recordkeeping and Reporting accepted during the Regional Office’s
AHERA accreditations. The Division’s Burden Approvals Apply to the normal hours of operation (8 a.m.–5
Enforcement Branch is responsible for Kentucky Waiver Request? p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding
enforcement actions involving AHERA The recordkeeping and reporting legal holidays), and special
violations. Kentucky commits burden associated with waiver requests arrangements should be made for
approximately four persons each year to was approved by the Office of deliveries of boxed information.
AHERA compliance monitoring and Management and Budget (OMB) under Instructions: Direct your comments to
enforcement activities under the EPA Docket ID No. EPA–R01–OW–2006–
OMB control number 2070–0091. This
TSCA Asbestos Enforcement Grant. Staff 0435 EPA’s policy is that all comments
document simply announces the
is fully-trained and certified as received will be included in the public
Agency’s receipt of the Kentucky waiver
Contractor/Supervisor, Inspector, and docket without change and may be
request and therefore it imposes no
Management Planner. made available online at http://
additional burden beyond that covered
5. Kentucky will devote adequate www.regulations.gov, including any
under existing OMB control number
resources to the administration and personal information provided, unless
2070–0091.
enforcement of the asbestos inspection the comment includes information
and management provisions relating to II. Materials in the Official Record claimed to be Confidential Business
the waiver request. The official record, under Docket ID Information (CBI) or other information
Number EPA–HQ–OPPT–2005–0096, whose disclosure is restricted by statute.
EPA’s Preliminary Determination Do not submit information that you
contains the Kentucky waiver request,
EPA has determined preliminarily and any other supporting or relevant consider to be CBI or otherwise
that the resources developed by the documents. protected through http://
Kentucky Division for Air Quality are www.regulations.gov, or e-mail. The
Dated: May 11, 2006. http://www.regulations.gov Web site is
adequate to effectively administer and
A. Stanley Meiburg, an ‘‘anonymous access’’ system, which
enforce the provisions of the asbestos
program in Kentucky. Kentucky Acting Regional Administrator, Region 4. means EPA will not know your identity
continues to receive funding through an [FR Doc. E6–8399 Filed 5–31–06; 8:45 am] or contact information unless you
EPA cooperative agreement in the BILLING CODE 6560–50–P provide it in the body of your comment.
amount of $60,000 with state matching If you send an e-mail comment directly
funds of $20,000 for a total of $80,000 to EPA without going through http://
for FY 2006. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION www.regulations.gov your e-mail
AGENCY address will be automatically captured
6. Kentucky gives satisfactory
and included as part of the comment
assurances that the necessary steps, [EPA–R01–OW–2006–0435; FRL–8177–6]
that is placed in the public docket and
including specific actions it proposes to
Massachusetts Marine Sanitation made available on the Internet. If you
take and a time schedule for their
Device Standard—Receipt of Petition submit an electronic comment, EPA
accomplishment, will be taken within a recommends that you include your
reasonable time to conform with criteria AGENCY: Environmental Protection name and other contact information in
numbers 2–4 above. Agency (EPA). the body of your comment and with any
EPA’s Preliminary Determination ACTION: Notice—Receipt of Petition. disk or CD–ROM you submit. If EPA
cannot read your comment due to
For EPA to grant a full waiver to SUMMARY: Notice is hereby given that a technical difficulties and cannot contact
Kentucky for its asbestos-in-schools petition has been received from the you for clarification, EPA may not be
program, the Commonwealth, as a Commonwealth of Massachusetts able to consider your comment.
condition of the grant, would need to requesting a determination by the Electronic files should avoid the use of
give a written assurance satisfactory to Regional Administrator, U.S. special characters, any form of
EPA that if, any provision of either Environmental Protection Agency, that encryption, and be free of any defects or
TSCA section 203 or the AHERA adequate facilities for the safe and viruses.
Schools Rule is changed, the sanitary removal and treatment of Docket: All documents in the docket
Commonwealth would, within a sewage from all vessels are reasonably are listed in the http://
reasonable period of time, make available for the waters of Plymouth www.regulations.gov index. Although
appropriate changes, as necessary, to the Bay, Plymouth Harbor, Kingston Bay, listed in the index, some information is
statutory and regulatory provisions of its and Duxbury Bay; their respective not publicly available, e.g., CBI or other
asbestos-in-schools program to ensure coastlines and coastal tidal rivers. information whose disclosure is
that the program remains at least as DATES: Comments must be received on restricted by statute. Certain other
stringent as the EPA asbestos-in-schools or before July 3, 2006. material, such as copy-righted material,
program. ADDRESSES: Submit your comments, will be publicly available only in hard
In addition, if a waiver is granted and identified by Docket ID No. EPA–R01– copy. Publicly available docket
as long as it remains in effect, Kentucky OW–2006–0435 by one of the following materials are available either
would need to continue its asbestos-in- methods: electronically in http://
schools implementation and • http://www.regulations.gov: Follow www.regulations.gov or in hard copy at
enforcement strategy utilizing adequate the on-line instructions for submitting the U.S. Environmental Protection
resources. EPA may evaluate comments. Agency—New England Region, One
periodically the adequacy of Kentucky’s • E-mail: rodney.ann@epa.gov. Congress Street, Suite 1100, mail code–
program under 40 CFR 763.98, and • Fax: (617) 918–0538. COP, Boston, MA 02114–2023. Such
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under circumstances set forth in the • Mail and hand delivery: U.S. deliveries are only accepted during the
regulation, may in whole or in part Environmental Protection Agency—New Regional Office’s normal hours of
rescind the waiver if the Agency England Region, One Congress Street, operation, and special arrangements
determines the program to be Suite 1100, mail code–COP, Boston, MA should be made for deliveries of boxed
inadequate. 02114–2023. Deliveries are only information. The Regional Office’s are

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open from 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday (617) 918–0538; e-mail address: amended by Public Law 95–217 and
through Friday, excluding legal rodney.ann@epa.gov. Public Law 100–4, that adequate
holidays. The telephone number is (617) SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Notice is facilities for the safe and sanitary
918–1538. hereby given that a petition has been removal and treatment of sewage from
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ann received from the Commonwealth of all vessels are reasonably available for
Rodney, U.S. Environmental Protection Massachusetts requesting a all waters of Plymouth Bay, Plymouth
Agency—New England Region, One determination by the Regional Harbor, Kingston Bay, and Duxbury Bay;
Congress Street, Suite 1100, mail code– Administrator, U.S. Environmental their respective coastlines and coastal
COP, Boston, MA 02114–2023. Protection Agency, pursuant to section tidal rivers within the following
Telephone: (617) 918–1538, fax number: 312(f)(3) of Public Law 92–500 as boundaries:

Waterbody/general area Latitude Longitude

North to include the northernmost reaches of the Back River .......................................................................... 42°04′06″ N ...... 70°39′12″ W
West to Kingston-Route 3A bridge over the Jones River ................................................................................. 41°59′48″ N ...... 70°44′30″ W
South to Plymouth-Route 3A bridge over the Eel River and southernmost waters of Warren Cove .............. 41°56′51″ N ...... 70°37′55″ W
Duxbury municipal boundary ............................................................................................................................. 42°04′22″ N ...... 70°38′55″ W
East to navigational marker N ‘‘8’’ located off Howland Ledge ........................................................................ 42°04′36″ N ...... 70°36′48″ W
South to navigational marker RW ‘‘GP’’ Bell located east of Gurnet Point ...................................................... 41°59′57″ N ...... 70°35′03″ W
South to navigation Marker R ‘‘12’’ Whistle located off Mary Ann Rocks ........................................................ 41°55′07″ N ...... 70°33′22″ W
South to navigation marker RW ‘‘CC’’ Bell located off the Cape Cod Canal ................................................... 41°48′52″ N ...... 70°27′38″ W
West to Plymouth municipal boundary. ............................................................................................................. 41°48′38″ N ...... 70°32′13″ W

The delineation places the eastern Duxbury operates a pumpout boat and The Ellisville Harbor Area of Critical
boundary 9,900 feet seaward of Duxbury shore side facility and waste is removed Environmental Concern (ACEC) is also
Beach at the public parking area; 4,775 by a licensed hauler. The town of located within the proposed area.
feet seaward of Gurnet Point; 6,775 feet Kingston operates a pumpout boat and The area is used by both recreational
seaward of Manomet Point; and 15,000 the waste is removed by a licensed and commercial shell fishermen. The
feet seaward of Peaked Cliff. hauler. total growing area for shellfish in the
The proposed NDA is boarded by the Massachusetts has provided proposed area is approximately 65,000
town of Marshfield to the north and the documentation indicating that the total acres of productive use, supporting soft
town of Bourne to the south. vessel population is estimated to be shell clams, surf clams, razor clams,
Massachusetts has certified that there 2885 in the proposed area. Of these, quahogs, bay scallops, and blue
are six pumpout facilities at four approximately 1403 are identified as mussels. The town of Plymouth
locations within the proposed area resident recreational vessels, 123 are supports a thriving commercial fishing
available to the boating public. A list of identified as resident commercial, and fleet. Species of commercial and
the facilities, phone numbers, locations, 1359 are identified as transient vessels. recreational interest include alewife,
and hours of operation is appended at It is estimated that 1340 of the total cod, blueback herring, smelt, striped
the end of this petition. Brewer’s vessel population may have a Marine bass, and winter flounder, among
Plymouth Marine has a shore-side Sanitation Device (MSD) of some type. others. The proposed area has a variety
facility which connects directly to the These figures are conservative because of rich natural habitats, and supports a
municipal sewer system. The town of Massachusetts calculates the percentage wide diversity of species. The federally
Plymouth operates a pumpout boat and of vessels having MSDs using region- listed species include the bald eagle,
shoreside facility. The shore-side specific estimates. shortnose sturgeon, piping plover, and
facility serves three individual hose There are three primary boat ramps
puritan tiger beetle as well as dozens of
stands and has the ability to service two within the proposed NDA. In addition,
state designated rare and endangered
vessels simultaneously. The shore-side there are two primary beaches, Long
species.
facility connects directly to the Beach and Duxbury beach, as well as 14
municipal sewer system. The town of smaller beaches in the proposed area. List of Pumpouts in the Proposed Area

Hours of operation (call ahead to Mean low


Name Location Contact information Fee
verify) water depth

Brewer’s Marine ............ Plymouth Harbor ........... VHF 9, 72, .................... April 1–Dec. 15; 7 a.m.–5 p.m ......... 9 feet .......... None.
508–746–4500, .............
bpm@bby.com ..............
Plymouth Harbormaster Plymouth Harbor and VHF 9, 16, .................... May 1–Nov. 1; Pumpout boat, Daily N/A ............. None.
Pumpout Boat. Town Pier. 508–830–4182 .............. 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Plymouth Shore Side Plymouth Harbor and VHF 9, ........................... May 1–Nov. 1; Self-Serve 24 hrs ..... 8 feet .......... None.
Pumpout at Town Pier. Town Pier. 508–830–4182 ..............
Duxbury Harbormaster Snug Harbor ................. VHF 16, ......................... May 1–Nov.; Spring 9 a.m.–5 p.m.; N/A ............. None.
Pumpout Boat. 781–934–2866 .............. Summer 7 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fall 9
a.m.–5 p.m.
Duxbury Shore Side Duxbury Town Pier ....... VHF 16, ......................... May 1–Nov.; Spring 9 a.m.–5 p.m.; 6 feet .......... None.
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Pumpout. 781–934–2866 .............. Summer 7 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fall 9


a.m.–5 p.m.
Kingston Harbormaster Town Landing ............... VHF 9, ........................... Apr. 1–Nov. 1; 8 a.m.–4 p.m ............ 3 feet .......... None.
781–585–0519 ..............

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Dated: May 20, 2006. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For Total Annual Burden: 150 hours.
Robert W. Varney, additional information about the Annual Cost Burden: $48,000.
Regional Administrator, Region 1. information collection(s) send an e-mail Privacy Act Impact Assessment: N/A.
[FR Doc. E6–8469 Filed 5–31–06; 8:45 am] to PRA@fcc.gov or contact Judith B. Needs and Uses: This collection will
BILLING CODE 6560–50–P
Herman at 202–418–0214. If you would be submitted to the Office of
like to obtain or view a copy of this Management and Budget (OMB) after
information collection, you may do so this 60 day comment period as an
by visiting the FCC PRA Web page at: extension (no change in requirements)
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS http://www.fcc.gov/omd/pra. in order to obtain the full three year
COMMISSION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: clearance from them.
OMB Control No.: 3060–0681. Sections 1.5000 through 1.5007
Notice of Public Information Title: Toll-Free Service Access implement Section 34(a) of the Public
Collection(s) Being Reviewed by the Codes—CC Docket No. 95–155, 47 CFR Utility Holding Company Act. The rules
Federal Communications Commission Part 52, Subpart D, and Sections provide filing requirements and
for Extension Under Delegated 52.101–52.111. procedures to expedite pubic utility
Authority Form No.: N/A. holding company entry into the
Type of Review: Extension of a telecommunications industry. Persons
May 22, 2006. currently approved collection. seeking a determination of Exempt
SUMMARY: The Federal Communications Respondents: Business or other for- Telecommunications Company (ETC)
Commission, as part of its continuing profit and not-for-profit institutions. status must file with the Commission a
effort to reduce paperwork burden Number of Respondents: 300. brief description of their planned
invites the general public and other Estimated Time Per Response: 15 activities, and a sworn statement
Federal agencies to take this hours. attesting to any facts presented to
opportunity to comment on the Frequency of Response: On occasion demonstrate eligibility for ETC status
following information collection(s), as reporting requirement and third party and attesting to any representation
required by the Paperwork Reduction disclosure requirement. otherwise offered to demonstrate
Act of 1995, Public Law 104–13. An Total Annual Burden: 4,500 hours. eligibility for ETC status. The
agency may not conduct or sponsor a Annual Cost Burden: N/A.
information will be used by the
collection of information unless it Privacy Act Impact Assessment: N/A.
Needs and Uses: This collection will Commission to determine whether
displays a currently valid control persons satisfy the statutory criteria for
number. No person shall be subject to be submitted to the Office of
Management and Budget (OMB) after exempt telecommunications company
any penalty for failing to comply with status.
a collection of information subject to the this 60 day comment period as an
Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) that extension (no change in requirements) OMB Control No.: 3060–0723.
does not display a valid control number. in order to obtain the full three year Title: Public Disclosure of Network
Comments are requested concerning (a) clearance from them. Information by Bell Operating
Responsible Organizations (RespOrgs) Companies (BOCs).
Whether the proposed collection of
who wish to make a specific toll free Form No.: N/A.
information is necessary for the proper
number unavailable must submit Type of Review: Extension of a
performance of the functions of the
written requests to Database Services currently approved collection.
Commission, including whether the
Management, Inc. (DMSI), the toll free Respondents: Business or other for-
information shall have practical utility;
data administrator. The request shall profit.
(b) the accuracy of the Commission’s
include documentation outlining the Number of Respondents: 3.
burden estimate; (c) ways to enhance
reason for the request. The information Estimated Time Per Response: 120
the quality, utility, and clarity of the
is necessary to hold RespOrgs more hours.
information collected; and (d) ways to
accountable and will decrease abuses of Frequency of Response: On occasion
minimize the burden of the collection of
lag time process. It will also prevent reporting requirement and third party
information on the respondents,
numbers from being held in unavailable disclosure requirement.
including the use of automated
status without demonstrated reasons Total Annual Burden: 360 hours.
collection techniques or other forms of
and will make more numbers available Annual Cost Burden: N/A.
information technology.
for subscribers who need and want Privacy Act Impact Assessment: N/A.
DATES: Persons wishing to comment on them. Needs and Uses: This collection will
this information collection should be submitted to the Office of
submit comments July 31, 2006. If you OMB Control No.: 3060–0711.
Title: Implementation of Section Management and Budget (OMB) after
anticipate that you will be submitting this 60 day comment period as an
comments, but find it difficult to do so 34(a)(1) of the Public Utility Holding
Company Act of 1935, as amended by extension (no change in requirements)
within the period of time allowed by in order to obtain the full three year
this notice, you should advise the the Telecommunications Act of 1996,
(47 CFR Sections 1.5000–1.5007). clearance from them.
contact listed below as soon as possible. Bell Operating Companies (BOCs)
Form No.: N/A.
ADDRESSES: You may submit your Type of Review: Extension of a must make public disclosure of network
Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) currently approved collection. information. This prevents them from
comments by e-mail or U.S. postal mail. Respondents: Business or other for- designing new network services or
To submit you comments by e-mail send profit. changing network technical
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comments by U.S. mail, mark it to the Estimated Time Per Response: 10 own payphones. The information
attention of Judith B. Herman, Federal hours. required by the Public Disclosure of
Communications Commission, 445 12th Frequency of Response: On occasion Network Information by BOCs must be
Street., SW., Room 1–C804, Washington, reporting requirement and third party provided to third parties. All of the
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