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Dated: November 16, 2006. ADDRESSES: All documents relating to information on the respondents,
James A. Hanlon, this determination are available for including the use of automated
Director, Office of Wastewater Management. inspection between the hours of 8 a.m. collection techniques or other forms of
[FR Doc. E6–19750 Filed 11–21–06; 8:45 am] and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, information technology.
BILLING CODE 6560–50–P
at the following offices: Texas DATES: Written Paperwork Reduction
Commission on Environmental Quality, Act (PRA) comments should be
Water Supply Division, Public Drinking submitted on or before November 22,
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Water Section (MC–155), Building F, 2006. If you anticipate that you will be
AGENCY 12100 Park 35 Circle, Austin, TX 78753; submitting PRA comments, but find it
and United States Environmental difficult to do so within the period of
Protection Agency, Region 6, Drinking time allowed by this notice, you should
[FRL–8245–3]
Water Section (6WQ–SD), 1445 Ross advise the contact listed below as soon
Public Water System Supervision Avenue, Suite 1200, Dallas, Texas as possible.
Program Revision for the State of 75202. ADDRESSES: Direct all Paperwork
Texas FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Reduction Act (PRA) comments to
Damon McElroy, EPA Region 6, Judith B. Herman, Federal
AGENCY: Environmental Protection Drinking Water Section at the Dallas Communications Commission, Room 1–
Agency (EPA). address given above or at telephone B441, 445 12th Street, SW., DC 20554 or
ACTION: Notice of tentative approval. (214) 665–7159, or via the Internet to PRA@fcc.gov. If you
mcelroy.damon@epa.gov. would like to obtain or view a copy of
SUMMARY: Notice is hereby given that
Authority: Section 1413 of the Safe this information collection, you may do
the State of Texas is revising its Drinking Water Act, as amended (1996), and so by visiting the FCC PRA Web page at:
approved Public Water System 40 CFR part 142 of the National Primary http://www.fcc.gov/omd/pra.
Supervision Program. Texas has Drinking Water Regulations. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For
adopted the Lead and Copper Rule
Minor Revisions (LCRMR), the Filter
Dated: November 9, 2006. additional information or copies of the
Backwash Recycling Rule (FBRR), and Lawrence E. Starfield, information collection(s), send an e-mail
the Long Term 1 Enhanced Surface Acting Regional Administrator (6RA–D). to PRA@fcc.gov or contact Judith B.
Water Treatment Rule (LT1ESWTR). [FR Doc. E6–19784 Filed 11–21–06; 8:45 am] Herman at 202–418–0214.
EPA has determined that the proposed BILLING CODE 6560–50–P SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
LCRMR, FBRR and LT1ESWTR OMB Control No.: 3060–XXXX.
revisions submitted by Texas are no less Title: Prepaid Calling Card Service
stringent than the corresponding federal FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS Provider Certification, WC Docket No.
regulation. Therefore, EPA intends to COMMISSION 05–68.
approve the program revisions. Form No.: N/A.
Notice of Public Information Type of Review: New collection.
DATES: All interested parties may Respondents: Business or other for-
Collection(s) Being Submitted for
request a public hearing. A request for Review to the Office of Management profit.
a public hearing must be submitted by and Budget Number of Respondents: 787
December 22, 2006 to the Regional respondents; 3,148 responses.
Administrator at the EPA Region 6 November 13, 2006. Estimated Time Per Response: 25
address shown below. Frivolous or SUMMARY: The Federal Communications hours (20 hours for the reporting to
insubstantial requests for a hearing may Commission, as part of its continuing carriers and five hours for the
be denied by the Regional effort to reduce paperwork burden certification to the Commission).
Administrator. However, if a substantial invites the general public and other Frequency of Response: Quarterly
request for a public hearing is made by Federal agencies to take this reporting requirement, recordkeeping
December 22, 2006, a public hearing opportunity to comment on the requirement and third party disclosure
will be held. If no timely and following information collection(s), as requirement.
appropriate request for a hearing is required by the Paperwork Reduction Nature of Response: Mandatory.
received and the Regional Administrator Act (PRA) of 1995, Public Law 104–13. Total Annual Burden: 3,148 hours.
does not elect to hold a hearing on his An agency may not conduct or sponsor Total Annual Cost: N/A.
own motion, this determination shall a collection of information unless it Privacy Act Impact Assessment: N/A.
become final and effective on December displays a currently valid control Needs and Uses: This collection will
22, 2006. Any request for a public number. No person shall be subject to be submitted as a new collection to the
hearing shall include the following any penalty for failing to comply with Office of Management and Budget
information: The name, address, and a collection of information subject to the (OMB) in order to obtain the full three
telephone number of the individual, Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) that year clearance.
organization, or other entity requesting does not display a valid control number. The Commission is requesting review
a hearing; a brief statement of the Comments are requested concerning (a) and approval of a new information
requesting person’s interest in the whether the proposed collection of collection requiring prepaid calling card
Regional Administrator’s determination information is necessary for the proper providers to report quarterly the
and a brief statement of the information performance of the functions of the percentage of interstate, intrastate and
that the requesting person intends to Commission, including whether the international traffic and call volumes to
submit at such hearing; and the information shall have practical utility; carriers from which they purchase
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signature of the individual making the (b) the accuracy of the Commission’s transport services. Prepaid calling card
request, or, if the request is made on burden estimate; (c) ways to enhance providers must also file quarterly
behalf of an organization or other entity, the quality, utility, and clarity of the certifications with the Commission that
the signature of a responsible official of information collected; and (d) ways to include the above information and a
the organization or other entity. minimize the burden of the collection of statement that they are contributing to

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the federal Universal Service Fund Telecommunications Act of 1996. pursuant to the streamlined provisions
(USF) based on all interstate and Among other things, the rules: (1) of the Telecommunications Act of 1996;
international revenue, except for Establish fair compensation for every (4) requirement that price cap LECs file
revenue from the sale of prepaid calling completed intrastate and interstate their Tariff Review Plans (TRPs) prior to
cards by, to, or pursuant to contract payphone calls; (2) discontinue filing their annual access tariffs; (5)
with the Department of Defense (DoD) intrastate and interstate access charge petitions and replies; and (6) standard
or a DoD entity. payphone service elements and protective orders.
The Commission has found that payments, and intrastate and interstate The information collected under the
prepaid calling card providers are payphone subsidies from basic program of electronic filing will
telecommunications service providers exchange services; and (3) adopt facilitate access to tariff and associated
and therefore are subject to all of the guidelines for use by the states in documents by the public, especially by
regulations imposed on establishing public interest payphones interested persons who do not have
telecommunications service providers, to be located where there would ready access to the Commission’s public
including contributing to the USF. See otherwise not be a payphone. The reference room, and state and federal
FCC 06–79, WC Docket No. 05–68. information collected is provided to regulators. Ready electronic access to
The Commission adopted new third parties and to ensure that carrier tariffs should also facilitate the
reporting and certification requirements interexchange carriers, payphone compilation of aggregate data for
to obtain information necessary to service providers (‘‘PSP’’) LECs, and the industry analysis purposes without
evaluate whether all prepaid calling states comply with their obligations imposing new reporting requirements
card providers are properly contributing under the 1996 Act. on carriers. The Commission adopted its
to the USF, pursuant to section 254 of proposal to require that carriers desiring
OMB Control No.: 3060–0745.
the Telecommunications Act of 1996. tariffs proposing rate decreases to be
Title: Implementation of the Local
All prepaid calling card providers will effective in seven days must be filed in
Exchange Carrier Tariff Streamlining
now have to maintain records and a separate transmittal. This requirement
Provisions in the Telecommunications
report on a quarterly basis, the will ensure that a tariff filing proposing
Act of 1996, CC Docket No. 96–187.
percentage of interstate, intrastate and a rate decrease is given the shortest
Form No.: N/A.
international traffic and call volumes to notice period possible under the 1996
Type of Review: Extension of a
carriers from which they purchase Act. The Commission also adopted the
currently approved collection. requirement that carriers identify
transport services. The Commission Respondents: Business or other for-
believes that its reporting and transmittals filed pursuant to the
profit. streamlining provisions of the
certification requirements will not be Number of Respondents: 67
burdensome for prepaid calling card Telecommunications Act of 1996. All of
respondents; 159 responses. the requirements would be used to
providers, as they need to track such Estimated Time Per Response: 1–55.9
information for their own internal ensure that LECs comply with their
hours. obligations under the Communications
business purposes. Frequency of Response: On occasion Act of 1934, as amended and that the
OMB Control No.: 3060–0743. reporting requirement, recordkeeping Commission be able to ensure
Title: Implementation of the Pay requirement and third party disclosure compliance within the streamlined
Telephone Reclassification and requirement. timeframes established by the 1996 Act.
Compensation Provisions of the Nature of Response: Mandatory.
Telecommunications Act of 1996, CC Total Annual Burden: 4,028 hours. Federal Communications Commission.
Docket No. 96–128. Total Annual Cost: $775,000. Marlene H. Dortch,
Form No.: N/A. Privacy Act Impact Assessment: N/A. Secretary.
Type of Review: Extension of a Needs and Uses: This collection will [FR Doc. E6–19465 Filed 11–21–06; 8:45 am]
currently approved collection. be submitted as an extension (no change BILLING CODE 6712–01–P
Respondents: Business or other for- in reporting, recordkeeping or third
profit. party disclosure requirements) to the
Number of Respondents: 4,471 Office of Management and Budget FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS
respondents; 10,071 responses. (OMB) in order to obtain the full three COMMISSION
Estimated Time Per Response: .50– year clearance.
100 hours. In CC Docket No. 96–187, the Notice of Public Information
Collection(s) Being Reviewed by the
Frequency of Response: On occasion, Commission adopted measures to
Federal Communications Commission
quarterly and monthly reporting streamline tariff filing requirements for
for Extension Under Delegated
requirements, recordkeeping local exchange carriers (LECs) of the
Authority
requirement and third party disclosure Telecommunications Act of 1996. In
requirement. order to achieve a streamlined and November 7, 2006.
Nature of Response: Mandatory. deregulatory environment for LEC tariff SUMMARY: The Federal Communications
Total Annual Burden: 161,337 hours. filings, LECs are required to file tariffs Commission, as part of its continuing
Total Annual Cost: N/A. electronically. Other carriers are effort to reduce paperwork burden
Privacy Act Impact Assessment: N/A. permitted to file their tariffs invites the general public and other
Needs and Uses: This collection will electronically. There are six information Federal agencies to take this
be submitted as an extension of a collection requirements under this OMB opportunity to comment on the
currently approved collection to the Control Number. They are: (1) following information collection(s), as
Office of Management and Budget Electronic filing requirement; (2) required by the Paperwork Reduction
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(OMB) in order to obtain the full three requirement that carriers desiring tariffs Act of 1995, Public Law 104–13. An
year clearance. proposing decreases to be effective in agency may not conduct or sponsor a
The Commission promulgated rules seven days must be filed in separate collection of information unless it
and reporting requirements transmittals; (3) requirement that displays a currently valid control
implementing section 276 of the carriers identify transmittals filed number. No person shall be subject to

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