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Federal Register / Vol. 70, No.

79 / Tuesday, April 26, 2005 / Notices 21491

Securities and Exchange Commission, advise the Department of State with Engineer, 1900 K Street, Suite 510,
450 Fifth Street, NW., Washington, DC respect to the consideration of issues Washington, DC 20006–1103, (202) 219–
20549–0609. related to education, science, 3513; or Mr. John Deatrick, Deputy
All submissions should refer to File communications, and culture and the Director/Chief Engineer, District of
Number SR–PCX–2005–35. This file formulation and implementation of U.S. Columbia, Department of
number should be included on the policy towards UNESCO. At this Transportation, (202–671–2800).
subject line if e-mail is used. To help the meeting, the commission plans to SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The
Commission process and review your establish work plans for its five environmental review of transportation
comments more efficiently, please use (education, culture, natural science, improvement alternatives in the South
only one method. The Commission will social and human science, and Capitol Street Corridor will be
post all comments on the Commission’s communications and information) conducted in accordance with the
Internet Web site ( committees. requirements of the National
rules/sro.shtml). Copies of the Members of the public who wish to Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of
submission, all subsequent attend the meeting must contact the U.S. 1969, as amended (42 U.S.C. 4371, et
amendments, all written statements National Commission for UNESCO no seq.), Council on Environmental Quality
with respect to the proposed rule later than Friday, May 20th for further (CEQ) regulations (40 CFR parts 1500–
change that are filed with the information about admission as seating 1508), FHWA Code of Federal
Commission, and all written is limited. Additionally, those who wish Regulations (23 CFR 771.101–771.137,
communications relating to the to make oral comments or deliver et seq.), and all applicable Federal,
proposed rule change between the written comments should also request to State, and local government laws,
Commission and any person, other than be scheduled, and submit a written text regulations, and policies.
those that may be withheld from the of the comments by Friday, May 20th to
allow time for distribution to the Public Scoping Meetings
public in accordance with the
provisions of 5 U.S.C. 552, will be Commission members prior to the DDOT will solicit public comments
available for inspection and copying in meeting. Individual oral comments will for consideration and possible
the Commission’s Public Reference be limited to five minutes, with the total incorporation in the DEIS through
Section. Copies of such filing also will oral comment period not exceeding public scoping, including scoping
be available for inspection and copying thirty-minutes. The national meetings, on the proposed
at the principal office of the Exchange. commission may be contacted via e-mail improvements. To ensure that the full
All comments received will be posted at, or via phone ranges of issues related to this proposed
without change; the Commission does at (202) 663–0026. action are addressed and all significant
not edit personal identifying Dated: April 20, 2005. issues are identified early in the
information from submissions. You Alexander Zemek, process, comments and suggestions are
should submit only information that invited from all interested and/or
Deputy Executive Secretary, U.S. National
you wish to make available publicly. All Commission for UNESO, Department of State. potentially affected parties. These
submissions should refer to File individuals or groups are invited to
[FR Doc. 05–8306 Filed 4–25–05; 8:45 am]
Number SR–PCX–2005–35 and should attend the public scoping meeting. The
be submitted on or before May 17, 2005. meeting location and time will be
publicized in local newspapers and
For the Commission, by the Division of elsewhere. Written comments will be
Market Regulation, pursuant to delegated DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
accepted throughout this process and
can be forwarded to the address
Margaret H. McFarland, Federal Highway Administration
provided above.
Deputy Secretary. Meeting dates, times, and locations
Environmental Impact Statement for
[FR Doc. E5–1964 Filed 4–25–05; 8:45 am] will be announced on the project Web-
the South Capitol Street Roadway
Improvement and Bridge Replacement site accessible at http://
Project and in the
following newspapers: The Washington
DEPARTMENT OF STATE AGENCY: Federal Highway Post, The Washington Times, The Hill
Administration (FHWA), DOT. Rag, East of the River, The Southwester,
[Public Notice 5024]
ACTION: Notice of Intent to Prepare a and La Nacion USA.
U.S. National Commission for UNESCO Draft Environmental Impact Statement Scoping materials will be available at
Notice of Meeting (DEIS). the meetings and may also be obtained
in advance of the meetings by
The U.S. National Commission for SUMMARY: The Federal Highway contacting Mr. John Deatrick. Scoping
UNESCO will meet in open FACA Administration (FHWA) in coordination materials will be made available on the
session on Tuesday, June 7, 2005, at with the District Department of project web-site. Oral and written
Georgetown University, Washington, DC Transportation (DDOT) in Washington, comments may be given at the scoping
from 10 until 12:30. The commission DC is issuing this notice to advise meetings. Comments may also be sent to
will also have a series of informational agencies and the public that a Draft the address above. A stenographer will
plenary and panel subject committee Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) be available at the meetings to record
sessions on Monday, June 6 and to assess the impacts of potential effects comments. Scoping information will be
Tuesday morning to which the public of proposed transportation made available in both English and
may attend. This will be the first annual improvements in the South Capitol Spanish.
conference of the re-established Street Corridor is being prepared.
commission in nearly twenty years. The FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Description of Primary Study Area and
mission of the national commission is to Federal Highway Administration, Transportation Needs
District of Columbia Division: Mr. The South Capitol Street Corridor is
18 17 CFR 200.30–3(a)(12). Michael Hicks, Environmental/Urban located in the southwest and southeast

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