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no harm to infants and children will PLACE: Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. number. No person shall be subject to
result from acute exposure to etoxazole. Conference Room on the Ninth Floor of any penalty for failing to comply with
iii. Chronic risk. The potential chronic the EEOC Office Building, 1801 ‘‘L’’ a collection of information subject to the
exposure from food to infants and Street, NW., Washington, DC 20507. Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) that
children are estimated to be 0.64 to STATUS: Part of the meeting will be open does not display a valid control number.
1.62% of the proposed cPAD. Chronic to the public and part of the meeting Comments are requested concerning (a)
exposure to potential residues in will be closed. whether the proposed collection of
drinking water is expected to be MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED: information is necessary for the proper
negligible, as chronic DWLOC’s are performance of the functions of the
substantially higher than modeled Open Session Commission, including whether the
DWEC’s. Based on this assessment, it 1. Announcement of Notation Votes. information shall have practical utility;
can be concluded that, there is a 2. Renewal of LexisNexis (b) the accuracy of the Commission’s
reasonable certainty that no harm to Subscription Services. burden estimate; (c) ways to enhance
infants and children will result from 3. Renewal of Westlaw and West the quality, utility and clarity of the
chronic exposure to etoxazole. Publishing Subscriptions. information collected; and (d) ways to
3. Safety determination summary. 4. Oracle License Maintenance minimize the burden of the collection of
Aggregate acute or chronic dietary Agreement. information on the respondents,
exposure to various subpopulations of 5. Competitive Lease Contract for New including the use of automated
children and adults demonstrate Mail Machine Systems. collection techniques or other forms of
acceptable risk. Acute and chronic information technology.
dietary exposures to etoxazole occupy Closed Session
DATES: Written Paperwork Reduction
considerably less than 100% of the Litigation Authorization: General (PRA) comments should be submitted
appropriate PAD. EPA generally has no Counsel Recommendations. on or before June 13, 2005. If you
concern for exposures below 100% of Note: In accordance with the Sunshine Act, anticipate that you will be submitting
the acute and chronic PAD’s because the open session of the meeting will be open comments, but find it difficult to do so
these represent levels at or below which to public observation of the Commission’s within the period of time allowed by
daily aggregate dietary exposure over a deliberations and voting. (In addition to this notice, you should advise the
lifetime will not pose appreciable risks publishing notices on EEOC Commission contact listed below as soon as possible.
to human health. Chronic and acute meetings in the Federal Register, the
Commission also provides a recorded ADDRESSES: Direct all Paperwork
dietary risk to children from etoxazole Reduction Act (PRA) comments to
announcement a full week in advance on
should not be of concern. Further, Cathy Williams, Federal
future Commission sessions.)
etoxazole has only agricultural uses and Communications Commission, Room 1–
no other uses, such as indoor pest Please telephone (202) 663–7100
(voice) and (202) 663–4074 (TTY) at any C823, 445 12th Street, SW., Washington,
control, homeowner or turf, that could DC 20554 or via the Internet to
lead to unique, enhanced exposures to time for information on these meetings.
Cathy.Williams@fcc.gov.
vulnerable sub-groups of the CONTACT PERSON FOR MORE INFORMATION:
population. It can be concluded that, Stephen Llewellyn, Acting Executive FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For
there is a reasonable certainty that no Officer on (202) 663–4070. additional information or copies of the
harm will result to the U.S. population information collection(s), contact Cathy
This notice issued April 11, 2005.
or to any sub-group of the U.S. Williams at 202–418–2918 or via the
Stephen Llewellyn,
population, including infants and Internet at Cathy.Williams@fcc.gov.
Acting Executive Officer, Executive
children, from aggregate chronic or Secretariat. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: OMB
aggregate acute exposures to etoxazole Control Number: 3060–0386.
[FR Doc. 05–7537 Filed 4–11–05; 8:45 am]
residues resulting from the proposed Title: Section 73.1635, Special
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uses. Temporary Authorizations (STA).
F. International Tolerances Form Number: Not applicable.
Type of Review: Extension of a
Etoxazole has not been evaluated by FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS currently approved collection.
the JMPR and there are no codex COMMISSION Respondents: Business or other for-
maximum residue limits (MRL) for profit entities; not-for-profit institutions.
etoxazole. MRL values have been Notice of Public Information
Collection(s) being Reviewed by the Number of Respondents: 1,550.
established for etoxazole in the Estimated Time per Response: 1–4
following countries: Turkey, Israel, Federal Communications Commission
for Extension Under Delegated hours.
South Africa, Japan, France, Taiwan, Frequency of Response: On occasion
and Korea. The use pattern and MRL’s Authority
reporting requirement.
are similar to those proposed for the April 4, 2005. Total Annual Burden: 2,000 hours.
U.S. SUMMARY: The Federal Communications Total Annual Cost: $939,950.
[FR Doc. 05–7223 Filed 4–12–05; 8:45 am] Commission, as part of its continuing Privacy Impact Assessment: No
BILLING CODE 6560–50–S effort to reduce paperwork burden impact(s).
invites the general public and other Needs and Uses: 47 CFR 73.1635
Federal agencies to take this allows licensees/permittees of broadcast
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY opportunity to comment on the stations to file for special temporary
COMMISSION following information collection(s), as authority to operate broadcast stations at
required by the Paperwork Reduction specified variances from station
Meeting, Sunshine Act Act (PRA) of 1995, Public Law 104–13. authorization not to exceed 180 days.
An agency may not conduct or sponsor Data is used by FCC staff to ensure that
DATE AND TIME: Thursday, April 21, a collection of information unless it such operations will not cause
2005, a.m. eastern time. displays a currently valid control interference to other stations.

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Federal Communications Commission. Williams at (202) 418–2918 or via the channel. A public notice will specify a
Marlene H. Dortch, Internet at Cathy.Williams@fcc.gov. time period or ‘‘window’’ for filing
Secretary. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: OMB applications for companion digital
[FR Doc. 05–7060 Filed 4–12–05; 8:45 am] Control Number: 3060–XXXX. channels. During this window, only
BILLING CODE 6712–01–P Title: Section 74.786, Digital Channel existing low power television or
Assignments; Section 74.787, Digital television translator stations or licensees
Licensing; Section 74.790, Permissible or permittees of Class A TV stations may
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS Service of Digital TV Translator and submit applications for companion
COMMISSION Low Power TV (LPTV) Stations; Section digital channels. Construction permit
74.794, Digital Emissions. applications for new stations, major
Notice of Public Information Form Number: Not applicable. changes to existing station in the low
Collection(s) being Reviewed by the Type of Review: New collection. power television service are also
Federal Communications Commission, Respondents: Business or other for- covered under this rule section. A
Comments Requested profit entities; not-for-profit institutions; public notice will specify the date upon
State, local or tribal government. which interested parties may begin to
DATE: April 4, 2005. Number of Respondents: 9,000. file applications for new stations and
SUMMARY: The Federal Communications Estimated Time per Response: 51.5 major facilities changes to existing
Commission, as part of its continuing hours.
station in the low power television
effort to reduce paperwork burden Frequency of Response: One-time
service. Such applications shall be
invites the general public and other reporting requirement.
Total Annual Burden: 57,300 hours. accepted on a first-come, first served
Federal agencies to take this
opportunity to comment on the Total Annual Cost: $98,916,200. basis, and shall be filed on FCC Form
following information collection(s), as Privacy Impact Assessment: No 346. Displacement applications are also
required by the Paperwork Reduction impact(s). covered under this rule section and are
Act (PRA) of 1995, Public Law 104–13. Needs and Uses: The Commission filed when a digital low power
An agency may not conduct or sponsor adopted rules in a Report and Order television or television translator station
a collection of information unless it (R&O) in MB Docket No. 03–185, FCC which is causing or receiving
displays a currently valid control 04–220, adopted September 9, 2004, and interference or is predicted to cause or
number. No person shall be subject to released September 20, 2004. The receive interference to or from an
any penalty for failing to comply with Commission is establishing a new authorized TV broadcast station. Digital
a collection of information subject to the service, the new rules contain over 20 TV (DTV) station or allotment or other
Paperwork Reduction Act that does not new one-time burdens. These burdens protected station service, may at any
display a valid control number. include the cost of equipment necessary time file a displacement relief
Comments are requested concerning (a) to offer digital service. The Commission application for change in channel,
whether the proposed collection of also imposes Paperwork Reduction Act together with technical station’s
information is necessary for the proper (PRA) burdens aimed at minimizing the protected service area, provided the
performance of the functions of the opportunity for interference and proposed transmitter site is not located
Commission, including whether the continuing to offer the public the more than 30 miles from the reference
information shall have practical utility; highest quality viewing services coordinates of the existing station’s
(b) the accuracy of the Commission’s possible during the transition to digital community license. This can be done on
burden estimate; (c) ways to enhance television. All of the burdens are one- FCC Form 346.
the quality, utility, and clarity of the time burdens and are the minimum
information collected; and (d) ways to needed to ensure a smooth, rapid Section 74.790 states that DTV
minimize the burden of the collection of transition to the myriad of opportunities translator stations provide a means
information on the respondents, offered by digital television technology. whereby the signals of DTV broadcast
including the use of automated Section 74.786 requires an applicant stations may be retransmitted to areas in
collection techniques or other forms of for a new low power television which direct reception of such DTV
information technology. translator digital station or for changes stations is unsatisfactory due to distance
DATES: Written Paperwork Reduction in the facilitates of an authorized digital or intervening terrain barriers.
Act (PRA) comments should be station shall endeavor to select a Section 74.794 requires that an
submitted on or before June 13, 2005. If channel on which its operation is not applicant for a digital Low Power TV
you anticipate that you will be likely to cause interference. The (LPTV) or TV translator station
submitting comments, but find it applications must be specific with construction permit shall specify that
difficult to do so within the period of regard to the channel requested. Only the station will be constructed to
time allowed by this notice, you should one channel will be assigned to each confine out-of-channel emissions within
advise the contact listed below as soon station. Stations proposed use of such
one of the following masks: simple or
as possible. channels shall notify all potentially
stringent.
affected 700 MHz wireless licenses not
ADDRESSES: Direct all Paperwork Federal Communications Commission.
later than 30 days prior to the
Reduction Act (PRA) comments to submission of their application (FCC Marlene H. Dortch,
Cathy Williams, Federal Form 346).
Communications Commission, Room 1– Secretary.
Section 74.787 states applications for [FR Doc. 05–7061 Filed 4–12–05; 8:45 am]
C823, 445 12th Street, SW., Washington, digital conversion channels may be filed
DC 20554 or via the Internet to at any time. Such applications shall be
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Cathy.Williams@fcc.gov. filed on FCC Form 346 and will be
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For treated as a minor change application.
additional information or copies of the Also, this rule section covers
information collection(s), contact Cathy applications for companion digital

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