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Part C—Infants and Toddlers with Federal Register and the Code of Federal FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Disabilities Regulations is available on GPO Access at: Sharie A. Centilla of the Office of
http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/index.html. Compliance at (202) 564–0697 or via E-
Section 636—Individualized Family
(Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance mail at Centilla.Sharie@epa.gov and ask
Service Plan Number 84.027, Assistance to States for for EPA ICR Number 1893.03; OMB
Topic Addressed: Early Intervention Education of Children with Disabilities) Control Number 2060–0430; expiration
Services Dated: October 31, 2002. date February 28, 2003.
• Letter dated June 11, 2002 to Robert H. Pasternack, SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
Kentucky Acting Part C Coordinator Ms. Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Title: Federal Plan Requirements for
Trish Howard, clarifying that (1) Rehabilitative Services. Municipal Solid Waste Landfills That
guidelines established by a State to [FR Doc. 02–28363 Filed 11–6–02; 8:45 am] Commenced Construction Prior to May
assist teams in developing an 30, 1991 and Have Not Been Modified
BILLING CODE 4000–01–P
individualized family service plan or Reconstructed Since May 30, 1991
(IFSP) may not be implemented in a (40 CFR Part 62, Subpart GGG); EPA ICR
manner that restricts the authority and Number 1893.03; OMB Control Number
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 2060–0430; expiration date February 28,
responsibility of the IFSP team and (2) AGENCY
that the IFSP team makes the final 2003.
Affected Entities: Entities potentially
determination of the frequency and [FRL–7405–8]
affected by this action are owners or
intensity of early intervention services
Agency Information Collection operators of existing municipal solid
needed by the child.
Activities: Proposed Collection; waste landfills that are located in any
Other Letters Relevant to the Comment Request: Federal Plan State for which a State plan has not
Administration of IDEA Programs Requirements for Municipal Solid been approved and become effective.
Waste Landfills That Commenced Abstract: The Agency has determined
Topic Addressed: Free Appropriate that the emissions from municipal solid
Public Education Construction Prior to May 30, 1991 and
Have Not Been Modified or waste landfills cause, or contribute
• Dear Colleague letter dated June 14, Reconstructed Since May 30, 1991; significantly to air pollution that may
2002 regarding preliminary guidance for EPA ICR Number 1893.03; OMB reasonably be anticipated to endanger
programs which must be implemented Control Number 2060–0430; Expiration public health or welfare. The
by the 2002–2003 school year on public Date February 28, 2003 Administrator is charged under Section
school choice, supplemental education 111 of the Clean Air Act (CAA) to
services, and collective bargaining AGENCY: Environmental Protection establish procedures for each State to
agreements under the provisions of the Agency (EPA). submit a plan that would establish
NCLB Act. ACTION: Notice. standards of performance for any
• Letter dated May 10, 2002 to existing source for any air pollutant. If
Florida Department of Education Bureau SUMMARY: In compliance with the the State has not developed such a plan,
of Instructional Support and Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. then the Administrator may require any
Community Services Chief Shan Goff, 3501 et seq.), this document announces person who owns or operates any
regarding Florida’s obligation under that EPA is planning to submit the emission source or is subject to any
Federal civil rights laws to ensure that following continuing Information requirements of the CAA, to establish
its Scholarship Program for Students Collection Request (ICR) to the Office of and maintain reports; make reports;
with Disabilities is administered in a Management and Budget (OMB): install, use, and maintain monitoring
nondiscriminatory manner. Federal Plan Requirements for equipment or methods; sample
Municipal Solid Waste Landfills That emissions; and provide any other
Topic Addressed: Personnel Standards information as required.
Commenced Construction Prior to May
• Letter dated April 30, 2002 to 30, 1991 and Have Not Been Modified All owners and operators of existing
Alabama Superintendent of Education or Reconstructed Since May 30, 1991; municipal solid waste landfills must
Edward R. Richardson, clarifying Title I EPA ICR Number 1893.03; OMB Control submit an initial design capacity report.
paraprofessional requirements under the Number 2060–0430; expiration date If the design capacity of an existing
NCLB Act. February 28, 2003. Before submitting landfill is equal to or greater than
the ICR to OMB for review and 2,500,000 megagrams in weight and
Electronic Access to This Document
approval, EPA is soliciting comments on equal to or greater than 2,500,000 cubic
You may view this document, as well specific aspects of the proposed meters in volume, the owner or operator
as all other Department of Education information collection as described is required to determine the facility’s
documents published in the Federal below. annual, nonmethane, organic compound
Register, in text or Adobe Portable (NMOC) emission rate. Based on a three-
Document Format (PDF) on the Internet DATES: Comments must be submitted on tier emission rate calculation system,
at the following site: http://www.ed.gov/ or before January 6, 2003. the owner or operator is required to
legislation/FedRegister. ADDRESSES: Compliance Assessment either install a collection and control
To use PDF you must have Adobe and Media Programs Division, Office of system, or perform emission test using
Acrobat Reader, which is available free Compliance, Office of Enforcement and the criteria specified at the next tier
at this site. If you have questions about Compliance Assurance, Mail Code level. If the NMOC emission rate is
using PDF, call the U.S. Government 2223A, United States Environmental determined to be less than 50
Printing Office (GPO), toll free, at 1– Protection Agency, 1200 Pennsylvania megagrams per year, as determined by
800–293–6498; or in the Washington, Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20460. A Tier 1, Tier 2, or Tier 3 emission rate
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Note: The official version of this document obtained without charge by calling or testing is required for that year.
is published in the Federal Register. Free sending an E-mail to the contact person For landfills required to install
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submission of a collection and control previously applicable instructions and south of Lake Maurepas in Louisiana for
system design plan is required. After requirements; train personnel to be able the purpose of restoring the ecological
review of the design plan and to respond to a collection of health and productivity of the swamps.
installation of the collections and information; search data sources; Over time, hydrologic modifications to
control system, and initial performance complete and review the collection of the riverine system have eliminated the
test and report for the system is information; and transmit or otherwise natural inputs of freshwater, nutrients,
required. There after, annual disclose the information. and sediment that built and maintained
compliance reports are required. Dated: October 29, 2002. the wetlands. These swamps are
Owners or operators are required to stressed and dying due to saltwater
Michael M. Stahl,
keep continuous monitoring records of intrusion and excessive flooding, which
Director, Office of Compliance.
the parameters reported in the initial is due to subsidence and insufficient
performance report and records of [FR Doc. 02–28355 Filed 11–6–02; 8:45 am] accumulation of sediment. The project
monthly monitoring of surface methane BILLING CODE 6560–50–P will divert in excess of 1,500 cubic feet
concentration. per second of fresh river water through
Burden Statement: The EPA would a proposed box-culvert diversion
like to solicit comments to: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION structure in the levee of the Mississippi
(i) Evaluate whether the proposed AGENCY River, then through an outflow channel
collection of information is necessary [FRL–7405–4] for a distance of approximately five
for the proper performance of the miles, and into the Maurepas swamps.
functions of the agency, including Notice of Public Scoping Meeting on The presently proposed water diversion
whether the information will have the Preparation of an Environmental would be constructed in the Garyville,
practical utility; Impact Statement (EIS) on the Federal Louisiana area, connecting to the
(ii) evaluate the accuracy of the Funding, Construction, Operation and existing Hope Canal north of U.S.
agency’s estimate of the burden of the Monitoring of a Coastal Wetlands Highway 61. As part of this alternative,
proposed collection of information, Restoration Project, the Mississippi the Hope Canal is proposed to be
including the validity of the River Water Reintroduction Into enlarged in order to accommodate the
methodology and assumptions used; Maurepas Swamp estimated flows. The project is
(iii) enhance the quality, utility, and estimated to benefit more than 36,000
clarity of the information to be On April 26, 2002, the U.S. acres of cypress-tupelo swamps by
collected; and Environmental Protection Agency, increasing input of freshwater,
(iv) minimize the burden of the Region 6 (EPA) published a Notice of sediments, nutrients, and oxygen. The
collection of information on those who Intent (NOI) in the Federal Register that EIS will consider impacts of this project
are to respond, including through the it was planning to develop an with existing and/or proposed flood
use of appropriate automated electronic, environmental impact statement on the control measures of the foreseeable
mechanical, or other technological restoration project as the Federal future. Efforts will be made to ensure
collection techniques or other forms of member of the Task Force created by the that severity of existing local drainage
information technology, e.g., permitting Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection problems is not increased as a result of
electronic submission of responses. and Restoration Act, Public Law 101– this project. Information from
In the previously approved ICR, the 646 (CWPPRA) designated to carry out reconnaissance level studies for project
estimated number of respondents for the project. The EPA will hold a development included preliminary site
this information collection was 3,837 Scoping Meeting for the EIS on reviews; hydrologic modeling of
with 384 responses per year. The annual December 11, 2002, at the Garyville/Mt. existing conditions and basic diversion
industry reporting and recordkeeping Airy Magnet School, 240 Highway 54, in scenarios; baseline ecological field
burden for this collection of information Garyville, LA 70051. Formal meeting studies; and surveys of elevations and
was 15,110 hours. On the average, each presentations will begin at 6:30 p.m.; cross-sections, and will be provided in
respondent reported approximately 0.10 the meeting room will be open with the EIS.
times per year and approximately 39 poster displays at 5:30 p.m. Individuals, Alternative Actions: The CWPPRA
hours were spent preparing each groups, officials, and Federal, State, Task Force may determine to fund and
response. The total annual reporting and Tribal, and local agencies are invited to construct the restoration project; the
recordkeeping cost burden for this participate in the scoping process to CWPPRA Task Force may deny funding
collection of information was $890,000. help determine impacts on resources, and construction of the restoration
This included an annual cost of issues, and alternatives to be examined project; or, the Task Force may
$788,000 associated with capital/startup in detail in the EIS. determine to take no final action until
costs and $102,000 associated with the Purpose: EPA has determined that the additional funds are available. The EIS
annual operation and maintenance proposed wetlands restoration effort is a will be utilized in other actions such as
costs. Major Federal Action significantly the Clean Water Act Section 404 Permit
Burden means the total time, effort, or impacting the human environment. The which (1) may be issued as requested,
financial resources expended by persons purpose of the EIS is to ensure that (2) may be issued with conditions, or (3)
to generate, maintain, retain, or disclose decisions are made in accordance with may be denied.
or provide information to or for a the policies and purposes of the To Submit Scoping Comments, To
Federal agency. This includes the time National Environmental Policy Act. The Request Additional Information, or To
needed to review instructions; develop, EIS will be considered by the CWPPRA Be Placed on the EIS Mailing List,
acquire, install, and utilize technology Task Force in its decisions on funding, Contact: Jeanene Peckham at EPA Water
and systems for the purposes of construction, operations, monitoring Quality Protection Field Office, 707
collecting, validating, and verifying and on alternative features and activities Florida Blvd., Suite B–21, Baton Rouge,
information, processing and associated with carrying out the project. LA, 70801; telephone (225) 389–0736, e-
maintaining information, and disclosing Summary of Project: The proposed mail peckham.jeanene@epa.gov.
and providing information; adjust the action provides for the reintroduction of Estimated Date for Release of Draft
existing ways to comply with any Mississippi River water into swamps EIS: Spring 2004.

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