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the comment that does not contain the recommendation is now being made to ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
information claimed as CBI must be avoid ingesting any water (or other AGENCY
submitted for inclusion in the public liquids) for these products, unless data
[FRL–6581–8]
version of the official record. shows it is advantageous.
Information not marked confidential While the PR Notice is effective now, Prospective Purchaser Agreement and
will be included in the public version we will accept comments for 30 days. If Covenant Not To Sue Under the
of the official record without prior the PR Notice is revised, EPA will issue Comprehensive Environmental
notice. If you have any questions about an updated notice. Response, Compensation, and Liability
CBI or the procedures for claiming CBI, Act Regarding the Yurgin Motors
please consult the person identified B. Why is a PR Notice Guidance and Not
a Rule? Superfund Site, Mantua Township, NJ
under FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
CONTACT. AGENCY: Environmental Protection
The PR Notice discussed in this
notice is intended to provide guidance Agency.
E. What Should I Consider as I Prepare ACTION: Notice of proposed prospective
My Comments for EPA? to EPA personnel and decision-makers,
and to the public. As a guidance purchaser agreement and request for
You may find the following document and not a rule, this policy is public comment.
suggestions helpful for preparing your not binding on either EPA or any SUMMARY: In accordance with Section
comments: outside parties. Although this guidance
1. Explain your views as clearly as 122(i) of the Comprehensive
document provides a starting point for Environmental Response,
possible. EPA decisions, EPA will depart from
2. Describe any assumptions that you Compensation, and Liability Act of
this policy where the facts or 1980, as amended ( CERCLA’’), 42
used. circumstances warrant. In such cases,
3. Provide copies of any technical U.S.C. 9601 et seq., the U.S.
EPA will explain why a different course Environmental Protection Agency
information and/or data you used that was taken. Similarly, outside parties
support your views. (‘‘EPA’’) announces a proposed
remain free to assert that this policy is administrative settlement with the
4. If you estimate potential burden or not appropriate for a specific pesticide
costs, explain how you arrived at the Matthew F. Guzzo (The ‘‘Settling
or that the specific circumstances Party’’), a ‘‘prospective purchaser’’ of
estimate that you provide. demonstrate that this policy should be
5. Provide specific examples to the Yurgin Motors Superfund Site
abandoned. (‘‘Site’’) in Mantua Township, New
illustrate your concerns.
EPA has stated in this notice that it Jersey. The proposed administrative
6. Offer alternative ways to improve
will make available revised guidance settlement is memorialized in an
the notice or collection activity.
after consideration of public comment, Agreement And Covenant Not To Sue
7. Make sure to submit your
if necessary. Public comment is not (‘‘Agreement’’) between EPA and
comments by the deadline in this
being solicited for the purpose of Matthew F. Guzzo. By this Notice, EPA
notice.
converting this guidance document into is informing the public of the proposed
8. To ensure proper receipt by EPA,
a binding rule. EPA will not be settlement and of the opportunity to
be sure to identify the docket control
codifying this policy in the Code of comment.
number assigned to this action in the
Federal Regulations. EPA is allowing for In 1996 EPA performed a CERCLA
subject line on the first page of your
comments so as to ensure the revised removal action at the Site, a wooded lot
response. You may also provide the
guidance is complete and medically of some 26 acres in a residential area.
name, date, and Federal Register
accurate. The previous owner operated an
citation.
The ‘‘revised’’ guidance will not be an automotive repair facility at the Site,
II. Background unalterable document. Once a ‘‘revised’’ leaving behind various waste materials
guidance document is issued, EPA will containing hazardous substances.
A. What Guidance Does this PR Notice
continue to treat it as guidance, not a During the removal action EPA removed
Provide?
rule. Accordingly, on a case-by-case drums, compressed gas cylinders, small
The PR Notice provides revised basis, EPA will decide whether it is containers containing corrosive and
recommended first aid instructions for appropriate to depart from the guidance ignitable wastes, PCBs, and halogenated
all pesticide products, unless they are or to modify the overall approach in the solvents from the Site. Now abandoned,
determined to be medically guidance. In the course of commenting the Site is an eyesore with dilapidated
inappropriate. Some of the major on this guidance document, EPA would buildings and has attracted trash
changes include revising the ingestion welcome comments that specifically dumpers. Mr. Guzzo has pledged to
first aid statements so that inducing address how the guidance document demolish the buildings, clean up the
vomiting is only recommended by a can be structured so that it provides Site, and remove two empty
doctor or poison control center, not the meaningful guidance without imposing underground storage tanks. EPA
label; the first aid statements are now binding requirements. believes this settlement serves the
the same for all toxicity categories; the public interest because the Site will be
instructions have been revised to be List of Subjects restored to a useful condition.
easier to understand and, in some cases, Environmental protection, Under the agreement, Matthew Guzzo
more explicit. The heading ‘‘First Aid’’ Administrative practice and procedure, will pay $6,500 to EPA and in return
is being recommended for use in place Agricultural commodities, Pesticides will receive a covenant not to sue from
of ‘‘Statement of Practical Treatment.’’ and pests, First aid. the United States for civil liabilities
In addition, a format using non- pursuant to Sections 106 and 107(a) of
narrative text and a box or table to Dated: April 14, 2000.
CERCLA, 42 U.S.C. 9606 and 9607(a),
highlight the information is being Marcia E. Mulkey, with the respect to existing
suggested. The PR Notice provides Director, Office of Pesticide Programs. contamination present at the Site.
separate instructions for products [FR Doc. 00–9797 Filed 4–18–00; 8:45 am] EPA will consider any comments
containing petroleum distillates. The BILLING CODE 6560–50–F received during the comment period

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and may withdraw or withhold consent Act of 1995, Public Law 104–13. An to assure compliance with FCC rules
to the proposed settlement if any agency may not conduct or sponsor a and regulations.
comments provide information which collection of information unless it Federal Communications Commission.
indicates the proposed settlement is displays a currently valid control Magalie Roman Salas,
inappropriate, improper, or inadequate. number. No person shall be subject to Secretary.
EPA’s response to any comments any penalty for failing to comply with
[FR Doc. 00–9703 Filed 4–18–00; 8:45 am]
received will be available for public a collection of information subject to the
BILLING CODE 6712–01–U
inspection at the U.S. Environmental Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) that
Protection Agency, Office of Regional does not display a valid control number.
Counsel, 290 Broadway, 17th Floor, Comments are requested concerning (a) FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS
New York, New York 10007–1866. whether the proposed collection of COMMISSION
Telephone: (212) 637–3142. information is necessary for the proper
Pursuant to EPA guidance, the performance of the functions of the Notice of Public Information
Agreement may not be issued without Commission, including whether the Collection(s) Being Reviewed by the
the concurrence of the Assistant information shall have practical utility; Federal Communications Commission
Attorney General for Environment and (b) the accuracy of the Commission’s
natural resources of the U.S. Department burden estimate; (c) ways to enhance April 10, 2000.
of Justice. The Assistant Attorney the quality, utility, and clarity of the SUMMARY: The Federal Communications
general has approved the proposed information collected; and (d) ways to Commission, as part of its continuing
Agreement in writing. minimize the burden of the collection of effort to reduce paperwork burden
information on the respondents, invites the general public and other
DATES: Comments must be provided
including the use of automated Federal agencies to take this
within May 19, 2000.
collection techniques or other forms of opportunity to comment on the
ADDRESSES: Comments should be sent to following information collection(s), as
the U.S. Environmental Protection information technology.
required by the Paperwork Reduction
Agency, Office of Regional Counsel, 290 DATES: Written comments should be
Act of 1995, Public Law 104–13. An
Broadway, 17th Floor, New York, NY submitted on or before June 19, 2000. If
agency may not conduct or sponsor a
10007–1866 and should refer to: the you anticipate that you will be
collection of information unless it
Yurgin Motors Superfund Site, U.S. EPA submitting comments, but find it
displays a currently valid control
Docket No. II–CERCLA 99–0104. difficult to do so within the period of
number. No person shall be subject to
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: U.S.
time allowed by this notice, you should
any penalty for failing to comply with
Environmental Protection Agency, advise the contact listed below as soon
a collection of information subject to the
Office of Regional Counsel, 290 as possible.
Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) that
Broadway, 17th Floor, New York New ADDRESS: Direct all comments to Les does not display a valid control number.
York 10007–1866. Telephone: (212) Smith, Federal Communications Comments are requested concerning (a)
637–3142. Commissions, Room 1 A–804, 445 whether the proposed collection of
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: A copy of Twelfth Street, S.W., Washington, DC information is necessary for the proper
the proposed administrative settlement 20554 or via the Internet to performance of the functions of the
may be obtained in person or by mail lesmith@fcc.gov. Commission, including whether the
from Neil Norrell, U.S. Environmental FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For information shall have practical utility;
Protection Agency, 2890 Woodbridge additional information or copies of the (b) the accuracy of the Commission’s
Avenue Edison, New Jersey 08837– information collections contact Les burden estimate; (c) ways to enhance
3679. Telephone: (732) 321–4357. Smith at (202) 418–0217 or via the the quality, utility, and clarity of the
Dated: April 6, 2000. Internet at lesmith@fcc.gov. information collected; and (d) ways to
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: minimize the burden of the collection of
William J. Muszynski,
OMB Number: 3060–0342. information on the respondents,
Acting Regional Administrator, Region II.
Title: Section 74.1284 Rebroadcasts. including the use of automated
[FR Doc. 00–9794 Filed 4–18–00; 8:45 am] collection techniques or other forms of
Form Number: None.
BILLING CODE 6560–50–M
Type of Review: Extension of information technology.
currently approved collection. DATES: Written comments should be
Respondents: Business or other for- submitted on or before June 19, 2000. If
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS profit. you anticipate that you will be
COMMISSION submitting comments, but find it
Number of Respondents: 100.
Estimated time per response: 1 hour. difficult to do so within the period of
Notice of Public Information time allowed by this notice, you should
Collection(s) Being Reviewed by the Total annual burden: 100 hours.
Total annual costs: $0. advise the contact listed below as soon
Federal Communications Commission as possible.
for Extension Under Delegated Needs and Uses: Section 74.1284
requires that the licensee of an FM ADDRESSES: Direct all comments to Judy
Authority, Comments Requested
Translator station obtain prior consent Boley, Federal Communications
April 12, 2000. from the primary FM broadcast station Commission, Room 1–C804, 445 12th
SUMMARY: The Federal Communications or other FM translator before Street, SW, DC 20554 or via the Internet
Commission, as part of its continuing rebroadcasting their programs. In to jboley@fcc.gov.
effort to reduce paperwork burden addition, the licensee must notify the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For
invites the general public and other Commission of the call letters of each additional information or copies of the
Federal agencies to take this station rebroadcast and must certify that information collection(s), contact Judy
opportunity to comment on the written consent has been received from Boley at 202–418–0214 or via the
following information collection(s), as the licensee of that station. The data are Internet at jboley@fcc.gov.
required by the Paperwork Reduction used by FCC staff to update records and SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

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