Notice of Commission Meeting and Public Hearing, 7424-7427 [E7-2658]

Download as PDF 7424 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 31 / Thursday, February 15, 2007 / Notices Sunshine in the Government Act of 1976, as amended (5 U.S.C. 552b(c)), announcement is made of the following meeting: Name of Committee: The Department of Defense Task Force on the Future of the Military Health Care, a duly established subcommittee of the Defense Health Board. Date: March 7, 2007. Times: 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m. Location: The National Transportation Safety Board Conference Center located at 429 L’Enfant Plaza, Washington, DC 20594. Agenda: The purpose of the Task Force meeting is to obtain, review, and evaluate information related to the Task Force’s congressionally-directed mission to examine matters relating to the future of military health care. The Task Force members will receive briefings on topics related to the delivery of military health care. Prior to the public meeting the Task Force will conduct an Administrative Meeting from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. to discuss administrative matters of the Task Force. In addition, the Task Force, following its public meeting, will conduct a Preparatory Meeting from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. to work with the Task Force staff to analyze relevant issues and facts in preparation for the next meeting of the Task Force. Both the Administrative and Preparatory Meetings will be held at the National Transportation Safety Board Conference Center. Pursuant to 41 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 102–3.160, both the Administrative and Preparatory Meetings will be closed to the public. Additional information and meeting registration is available online at the Defense Health Board Web site, http:// www.ha.osd.mil/dhb. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Colonel Christine Bader, Executive Secretary, Department of Defense Task Force on the Future of Military Health Care, Skyline One, 5205 Leesburg Pike, Suite 810, Falls Church, VA 22041, (703) 681–3279, ext. 109 (christine.bader@ha.osd.mil). Open sessions of the meeting will be limited by space accommodations. Any interested person may attend; however, seating is limited to the space available at the National Transportation Safety Board Conference Center. Individuals or organizations wishing to submit written comments for consideration by the Task Force should provide their comments to the Executive Secretary of the Department of Defense Task Force on the Future of Military Health Care no ycherry on PROD1PC64 with NOTICES SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: VerDate Aug<31>2005 18:37 Feb 14, 2007 Jkt 211001 later than five (5) business days prior to the scheduled meeting. Dated: February 12, 2007. L.M. Bynum, Alternate OSD Federal Register, Liaison Officer, Department of Defense. [FR Doc. 07–727 Filed 2–13–07; 11:05 am] BILLING CODE 5001–06–M use of this price preference in DoD acquisitions must be suspended for a 1year period, from March 10, 2007, to March 9, 2008. Michele P. Peterson, Editor, Defense Acquisition Regulations System. [FR Doc. E7–2687 Filed 2–14–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 5001–08–P DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Defense Acquisition Regulations System DELAWARE RIVER BASIN COMMISSION Suspension of the Price Evaluation Adjustment for Small Disadvantaged Businesses Notice of Commission Meeting and Public Hearing Defense Acquisition Regulations System, Department of Defense (DoD). ACTION: Notice of 1-year suspension of the price evaluation adjustment for small disadvantaged businesses. AGENCY: SUMMARY: The Director of Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy has suspended the use of the price evaluation adjustment for small disadvantaged businesses (SDBs) in DoD procurements, as required by 10 U.S.C. 2323(e)(3), because DoD exceeded its 5 percent goal for contract awards to SDBs in fiscal year 2006. The suspension will be in effect for 1 year and will be reevaluated based on the level of DoD contract awards to SDBs achieved in fiscal year 2007. DATES: Effective Date: March 10, 2007. Applicability Date: This suspension applies to all solicitations issued during the period from March 10, 2007, to March 9, 2008. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Susan Pollack, Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy, OUSD(AT&L)DPAP(P), 3015 Defense Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301–3015; telephone (703) 697–8336; facsimile (703) 614–1254. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Pursuant to the authority granted in 10 U.S.C. 2323(e), DoD has previously granted SDBs a 10 percent price preference in certain acquisitions. This price preference is implemented in Subpart 19.11 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation. Section 801 of the Strom Thurmond National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1999 (Public Law 105–261) amended 10 U.S.C. 2323(e)(3) to prohibit DoD from granting such a price preference for a 1year period following a fiscal year in which DoD achieved the 5 percent goal for contract awards established in 10 U.S.C. 2323(a). Since, in fiscal year 2006, DoD exceeded this 5 percent goal, PO 00000 Frm 00038 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Notice is hereby given that the Delaware River Basin Commission will hold an informal conference followed by a public hearing on Wednesday, February 28, 2007. The hearing will be part of the Commission’s regular business meeting. Both the conference session and business meeting are open to the public and will be held at the Commission’s office building, located at 25 State Police Drive in West Trenton, New Jersey. The conference among the commissioners and staff will begin at 10:15 a.m. Topics include a presentation by the Delaware Riverkeeper Network on islands of the Delaware River; a presentation on the Flood Mitigation Task Force report and recommendations; a presentation on the proposed Flexible Flow Management Plan (FFMP) for the New York City Delaware Basin Reservoirs; and remarks by Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) representatives regarding NRCS activities and proposed activities within the Basin. The subjects of the public hearing to be held during the 1:30 p.m. business meeting include the dockets listed below: 1. Mount Airy #1, LLC D–89–37–3. An application for the renewal of a ground and surface water withdrawal project to continue withdrawal of 9.5 mg/30 days from Wells Nos. 1 and 2 and up to 14 mg/30 days from a surface water intake on Forest Hills Run to supply the applicant’s public water supply distribution and golf course irrigation systems, respectively, in the Long Run Member of the Catskill Formation. The project is located in the Forest Hills Run Watershed in Paradise Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. This withdrawal project is located within the drainage area to the section of the nontidal Delaware River known as the Middle Delaware, which is classified as Special Protection Waters. 2. BP Oil Products North America D– 91–32–4. An application for the renewal E:\FR\FM\15FEN1.SGM 15FEN1 ycherry on PROD1PC64 with NOTICES Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 31 / Thursday, February 15, 2007 / Notices of a ground water decontamination project at the former Paulsboro Refinery to continue withdrawal of 30 mg/30 days for on-site treatment and discharge to the Delaware River through the existing outfall in DRBC Water Quality Zone 4. Up to 1 mgd of ground water is withdrawn from existing Wells Nos. R–4A, R–5A, R–6A, R–8, R–9, R–10, R– 11, and R–12; all located just outside of New Jersey Critical Area 2 of the Potomac-Raritan-Magothy Formation. The project is located off Mantua Avenue in Paulsboro Borough, Gloucester County, New Jersey. 3. Paunnacussing Founders, Inc. D– 96–42–2. An application for renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to continue withdrawal of up to 6 mg/30 days to supply the applicant’s Lookaway Golf Course from existing Wells PW–2 and PW–3. The project is located in the Brunswick Formation in the Mill Creek Watershed in Buckingham Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania and is located in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Ground Water Protected Area. 4. Freeland Borough Municipal Authority D–65–52 CP–2. An application for the approval of an extension of service area for the Freeland Borough Municipal Authority’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). The current WWTP serves Freeland Borough, with the new service area consisting of a portion of Foster Township. The existing WWTP’s permitted discharge of 0.75 million gallons per day (mgd) will not be increased as a result of the new service area addition. The WWTP will continue to discharge to Pond Creek, a tributary to the Lehigh River, which is a tributary to the Lower Delaware River Special Protection Waters. The facility is located in Freeland Borough, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. 5. General Chemical Corporation D– 69–38–2. An application to update the original docket approving the discharge from the onsite industrial waste treatment plant (IWTP). General Chemical Corporation has ceased chemical manufacturing at the site. The original docket approved a 28.9 mgd discharge from the IWTP, whereas the current application is for approval of a 0.1 mgd IWTP discharge. The current discharge consists primarily of treated groundwater infiltration and stormwater runoff. In addition to the change in discharge conditions, the Commission has terminated Surface Water Entitlement No. 146, which approved a 33 mgd non-contact cooling water withdrawal. The IWTP, which is located in Claymont, Delaware, will continue to discharge to the Delaware River. VerDate Aug<31>2005 18:37 Feb 14, 2007 Jkt 211001 6. Spring City Borough D–74–61 CP– 2. An application for the approval of an expansion of the Spring City Borough WWTP from 0.345 mgd to 0.600 mgd. The expansion will include the addition of a 600,000 gallon equalization tank, pumps and associated appurtenances. The expansion is being conducted to comply with a Consent Order and Agreement between the Borough and PADEP to eliminate wet weather related sewage bypasses at the WWTP and at the Main Street Pump Station. The WWTP will continue to discharge to the Schuylkill River. The facility is located in Spring City Borough, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 7. Birdsboro Municipal Authority D– 74–126 CP–2. An application for approval of the upgrade and expansion of the Birdsboro Municipal Authority’s WWTP. The WWTP’s permitted average daily discharge will be increased from 1.0 mgd to 1.35 mgd. The WWTP will continue to discharge to Hay Creek, which is a tributary to the Schuylkill River. The facility is located in the Borough of Birdsboro, Berks County, Pennsylvania. 8. Myerstown Borough Sewer Authority D–74–176 CP–2. An application for approval of an upgrade and expansion of the Myerstown Borough Sewer Authority’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). The WWTP is proposed to be expanded from 1.6 mgd to 2.0 mgd and will continue to discharge to the Tulpehocken Creek, which is a tributary of the Schuylkill River. The facility is located in Jackson Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. 9. Matamoras Municipal Authority D– 81–78 CP–7. An application for the renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to increase withdrawal from 11.7 mg/30 days to 19.5 mg/30 days to supply the applicant’s public water supply distribution system from existing Wells Nos. 3, 5, 7, 8 and 8A in the Pleistocene Outwash and Mahantango Formations. The increased allocation is requested in order to meet projected increases in service area demand. The project is located in the Delaware River Watershed in Matamoras Borough, Pike County, Pennsylvania. This withdrawal project is located within the drainage area to the section of the non-tidal Delaware River known as the Middle Delaware, which is classified as Special Protection Waters. 10. Pennsylvania Utility Company D– 89–33 CP–3. An application for the renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to increase withdrawal from 6.4 mg/30 days to 21.01 mg/30 days to supply the applicant’s 2,500 acre Highland Village (former Tamiment PO 00000 Frm 00039 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 7425 Resort) development from existing Wells Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in the Towamensing Member of the Catskill Formation. The increased allocation is requested in order to meet projected increases in service area demand. The project is located in the Little Bushkill Creek Watershed in Lehman Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania. This withdrawal project is located within the drainage area to the section of the nontidal Delaware River known as the Middle Delaware, which is classified as Special Protection Waters. 11. Joint Municipal Authority of Wyomissing Valley D–91–9 CP–2. An application for approval to modify the solids handling facilities at the Joint Municipal Authority of Wyomissing Valley WWTP. No change in the WWTP design capacity of 4 mgd is proposed. Existing solids handling facilities at the WWTP will be upgraded to improve WWTP sludge for liquid land application and/or dewatering prior to landfill disposal. WWTP effluent will continue to discharge to Wyomissing Creek in the Schuylkill River Watershed through the existing outfall. The WWTP is located in the City of Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania. The WWTP will continue to serve the following municipalities: the Boroughs of West Reading, Wyomissing, Shillington and Mohnton; and portions of the Borough of Wyomissing Hills, Spring and Cumru Townships, and the City of Reading, all within Berks County. 12. Pennsylvania American Water Company D–92–64 CP–2. An application for the modification, reconstruction and expansion of an existing wastewater treatment plant to meet regional growth needs and more stringent water quality requirements. The WWTP discharge, located in the West Branch Brandywine Creek in Interstate Water Quality Zone C7, will increase from 3.85 mgd to 7.0 mgd. The facility is located in South Coatesville Borough, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 13. Pennsgrove Water Supply Company D–93–77 CP–2. An application for the renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to increase withdrawal from 58.9 mg/30 days to 70.4 mg/30 days and up to 753 mg/year to supply the applicant’s public water supply distribution system from existing Wells RF1A, RF2B, RF3A, 2, 4, 7 and 11 in the Potomac-Raritan-Magothy Formation. The project is located in the Delaware River Watershed in Carneys Point Township, Salem County, New Jersey and is located just outside of the influence of New Jersey Critical Water Supply Area No. 2. 14. Borough of Fleetwood D–95–58 CP–2. An application for approval of a E:\FR\FM\15FEN1.SGM 15FEN1 ycherry on PROD1PC64 with NOTICES 7426 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 31 / Thursday, February 15, 2007 / Notices ground and surface water withdrawal project to supply up to 25.92 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s public water supply distribution system from new Well No. 15 and to increase the total withdrawal from all wells and surface water intakes from 27.5 mg/30 days to 54.39 mg/30 days. The increased allocation is requested in order to meet projected increases in service area demand. The new well is located in the Allentown Formation in the Willow Creek Watershed in Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. 15. Pennsylvania American Water Company D–99–30 CP–4. An application for approval of a ground water withdrawal project to supply up to 12.96 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s Glen Alsace public water supply distribution system from new Well G–9A in the Brunswick Formation, and to retain the existing maximum withdrawal from all wells of 50 mg/30 days. The Glen Alsace distribution system also receives water from two existing interconnections—one with the Reading Area Water Authority (45 mg/ 30 days) and the other with the Mount Penn Water Authority (6 mg/30 days)— and conveys water to the Pennsylvania American Water Company’s Douglasville public water supply distribution system in Amity Township, Pennsylvania. The project is located in the Antietam Creek Watershed in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. 16. Burlington Township D–99–50 CP– 2. An application for the renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to increase withdrawal from 113 mg/30 days to 129.8 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s public water supply system from new Well No. 8 and existing Wells Nos. 1A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. The project is located in the Potomac-RaritanMagothy Formation in Burlington Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. 17. City of Easton D–99–62 CP. An application to expand the applicant’s water filtration plant to 16 mgd and increase its surface water withdrawal allocation from 10 mgd to 13 mgd (390 mg/month) via its intake on the Delaware River at the northeast edge of the City of Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. The proposed expansion is needed to serve increased population in the service areas of both the applicant and its main subsidiary customer, Easton Suburban Water Authority. The combined service area of both the City of Easton and the Easton Suburban Water Authority includes the City of Easton; Wilson, Glendon and West Easton Boroughs; Palmer and Forks Townships; and portions of Williams, Bethlehem, Plainfield, Lower VerDate Aug<31>2005 18:37 Feb 14, 2007 Jkt 211001 Mount Bethel and Lower Nazareth Townships; all in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. 18. Buckingham Township D–2003–13 CP–3. An application for approval of a ground water withdrawal project to supply up to 1.0 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s Smith-Pfeiffer tract (also known as Forest Grove) distribution system from new Wells Nos. FG–1 and FG–2 and to increase the existing withdrawal from all wells from 41 mg/ 30 days to 42 mg/30 days in order to meet increased service area demand. The project is located in the Brunswick Formation in the Robin Run Watershed in Buckingham Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania and is located in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Ground Water Protected Area. 19. Three Lane Utilities, Inc. D–2006– 25 CP–1. An application for the approval of a ground water withdrawal project to supply up to 7.68 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s public water supply distribution system from new Well No. 5 and up to 2.25 mg/30 days from existing Well No. 3 and to limit the existing withdrawal from all wells to 9.93 mg/30 days. The project is located in the Mahantango Formation in the Delaware River Watershed in Westfall Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania. 20. Downingtown Municipal Water Authority D–2006–31 CP–1. An application for the approval of an existing backwash discharge from the Authority’s water treatment plant. The facility discharges up to 0.1 mgd of filter and clarifier backwash and sludge bed filtrate to an unnamed tributary of Beaver Creek, which is a tributary of the East Branch Brandywine Creek. The facility is located in Downingtown Borough, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 21. Little Washington Wastewater Company, Inc. D–2006–32–1. An application for the approval of a new WWTP facility to serve the proposed Honeycroft Village residential development. The proposed 86,000 gpd treated discharge will be land-applied to a dedicated 14.1 acre spray area. The development, treatment facilities and spray irrigation area are located in the Doe Run Watershed. Doe Run is a tributary of the West Branch Brandywine Creek. The facilities are located in Londonderry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 22. Pennsylvania American Water Company D–2006–33–1. An application for approval of a ground water withdrawal project to supply up to 18.57 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s Blue Mountain Lake public water supply distribution system from new Wells Nos. PW1 and PW2. The project is located in the Mahantango PO 00000 Frm 00040 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Formation in the Brodhead Creek Watershed in Stroud Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. This withdrawal project is located within the drainage area to a section of the non-tidal Delaware River known as the Middle Delaware, which is classified as Special Protection Waters. 23. Concord Associates, LP D–2006– 35–1. An application for approval of a ground water withdrawal project to supply up to 6.0 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s distribution system from new Wells Nos. 1, 2 and PW–4. The project is located in the Upper Walton Formation in the Kiamesha Creek Watershed in the Town of Thompson, Sullivan County, New York, within the drainage area to a section of the nontidal Delaware River known as the Upper Delaware, which is classified as Special Protection Waters. 24. Pennsylvania American Water Company D–2006–36–1. An application for approval to discharge filter backwash from PAWC’s Rock Run water treatment plant (WTP). A discharge of 0.14 mgd is permitted from the WTP and will continue to be discharged to the Rock Run Reservoir, which is a tributary to the Brandywine Creek. The facility is located in West Caln Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 25. United States Army Training Center and Fort Dix D–2006–40 CP–1. An application for approval of a ground and surface water withdrawal project to supply up to 155 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s military base from Wells Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, Range 14, ASP, and ARDEC and from an intake on the Greenwood Branch of the North Branch Rancocas Creek. The project is located in the Middle Potomac-Raritan-Magothy, Englishtown, Cohansey, and WenonahMt. Laurel aquifers in the Crosswicks Creek and North Branch Rancocas Creek Watersheds in New Hanover and Pemberton Townships, Burlington County and Plumstead and Manchester Townships, Ocean County, New Jersey. 26. Lenape Regional High School District D–2006–42 CP–1. An application for approval of a ground water withdrawal project to supply less than 3.1 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s irrigation and domestic supply system from new Wells Nos. 1, 2 and 3. The project is located in the Mt. Laurel and Cohansey Aquifers in the South Branch Rancocas Creek Watershed in Tabernacle Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. In addition to the public hearing on the dockets listed above, the Commission’s 1:30 p.m. business meeting will include: A public hearing E:\FR\FM\15FEN1.SGM 15FEN1 ycherry on PROD1PC64 with NOTICES Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 31 / Thursday, February 15, 2007 / Notices and consideration of a resolution approving amendments to Resolution 2006–18 concerning a Spill Mitigation Program for the New York City Delaware Basin Reservoirs; a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to enter into agreements for the implementation of Phase 2 of a study on Dwarf Wedgemussels, an endangered species found in sections of the main stem non-tidal Delaware River; a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to enter into an agreement for Periphyton analysis; a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to enter into an agreement with Hydrologics, Inc. for modeling services to link the OASIS flow model and estuary chloride model; a public hearing and consideration of a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to require point source dischargers within the Brodhead Creek Watershed to perform effluent sampling for nutrients for the purpose of implementing the Special Protection Waters program; a resolution approving minor amendments to the Administrative Manual—By-Laws, Management and Personnel; and a resolution approving the Commission’s operating and capital budgets for Fiscal Year 2008. The meeting will also include: adoption of the Minutes of the Commission’s December 12, 2006 business meeting; announcements of upcoming advisory committee meetings and other events; a report by the Executive Director; a report by the Commission’s General Counsel; and an opportunity for public dialogue. Draft dockets scheduled for public hearing on February 28, 2007 will be posted on the Commission’s Web site, http://www.drbc.net, where they can be accessed through the Notice of Commission Meeting and Public Hearing. Additional documents relating to the dockets and other items may be examined at the Commission’s offices. Please contact William Muszynski at 609–883–9500, extension 221, with any docket-related questions. Individuals in need of an accommodation as provided for in the Americans with Disabilities Act who wish to attend the informational meeting, conference session or hearings should contact the commission secretary directly at 609–883–9500 ext. 203 or through the Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS) at 711, to discuss how the Commission can accommodate your needs. VerDate Aug<31>2005 18:37 Feb 14, 2007 Jkt 211001 Dated: February 9, 2007. Pamela M. Bush, Esquire, Commission Secretary. [FR Doc. E7–2658 Filed 2–14–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 6360–01–P DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Special Demonstration Programs— Model Demonstration Projects— Improving the Postsecondary and Employment Outcomes of Youth With Disabilities Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Department of Education. ACTION: Notice of proposed priority and definitions. AGENCY: SUMMARY: The Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) proposes a priority and definitions under the Special Demonstrations Program administered by the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA). The Assistant Secretary may use the priority and definitions for competitions in fiscal year (FY) 2007 and later years. We take this action to focus Federal financial assistance on an identified area of national need. We intend the priority to improve the post-school and employment outcomes of youth with disabilities. We must receive your comments on or before March 19, 2007. ADDRESSES: Address all comments about the proposed priority and definitions to Edwin Powell, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW., room 5038, Potomac Center Plaza, Washington, DC 20202–2550. Telephone: (202) 245–7505 or by e-mail: edwin.powell@ed.gov. You must include the term ‘‘Transition Priority’’ in the subject line of your electronic message. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Edwin Powell. Telephone: (202) 245– 7505, or via Internet: edwin.powell@ed.gov. If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), you may call the Federal Relay Service (FRS) at 1– 800–877–8339. Individuals with disabilities may obtain this document in an alternative format (e.g., Braille, large print, audiotape, or computer diskette) on request to the contact person listed under FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT. DATES: SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: PO 00000 Frm 00041 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 7427 Invitation to Comment We invite you to submit comments regarding the proposed priority and definitions. We invite you to assist us in complying with the specific requirements of Executive Order 12866 and its overall requirement of reducing regulatory burden that might result from the proposed priority and definitions. Please let us know of any further opportunities we should take to reduce potential costs or increase potential benefits while preserving the effective and efficient administration of the program. During and after the comment period, you may inspect all public comments about the proposed priority and definitions in room 5038, Potomac Center Plaza, 550 12th Street, SW., Washington, DC, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., Eastern time, Monday through Friday of each week except Federal holidays. Assistance to Individuals With Disabilities in Reviewing the Rulemaking Record On request, we will supply an appropriate aid, such as a reader or print magnifier, to an individual with a disability who needs assistance to review the comments or other documents in the public rulemaking record for the proposed priority and definitions. If you want to schedule an appointment for this type of aid, please contact the person listed under FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT. Background Youth with disabilities face significant challenges both in the school environment and as they transition to adult life. National studies and reports have shown that, compared to their nondisabled peers, students with disabilities are less likely to receive a regular high school diploma; drop out twice as often; and enroll in and complete postsecondary education programs at half the rate; and, up to two years after leaving high school, about 4 in 10 youths with disabilities are employed as compared to 6 in 10 sameage out-of-school youth in the general population (National Center for Education Statistics, 2000; National Longitudinal Transition Study-2 (NLTS2), 2005). These and other related findings on the secondary and postsecondary outcomes of youth with disabilities have spurred Federal and State efforts to improve transition policies and practices. The transition of youth with disabilities is a shared responsibility E:\FR\FM\15FEN1.SGM 15FEN1

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DELAWARE RIVER BASIN COMMISSION


Notice of Commission Meeting and Public Hearing

    Notice is hereby given that the Delaware River Basin Commission 
will hold an informal conference followed by a public hearing on 
Wednesday, February 28, 2007. The hearing will be part of the 
Commission's regular business meeting. Both the conference session and 
business meeting are open to the public and will be held at the 
Commission's office building, located at 25 State Police Drive in West 
Trenton, New Jersey.
    The conference among the commissioners and staff will begin at 
10:15 a.m. Topics include a presentation by the Delaware Riverkeeper 
Network on islands of the Delaware River; a presentation on the Flood 
Mitigation Task Force report and recommendations; a presentation on the 
proposed Flexible Flow Management Plan (FFMP) for the New York City 
Delaware Basin Reservoirs; and remarks by Natural Resources 
Conservation Service (NRCS) representatives regarding NRCS activities 
and proposed activities within the Basin.
    The subjects of the public hearing to be held during the 1:30 p.m. 
business meeting include the dockets listed below:
    1. Mount Airy #1, LLC D-89-37-3. An application for the renewal of 
a ground and surface water withdrawal project to continue withdrawal of 
9.5 mg/30 days from Wells Nos. 1 and 2 and up to 14 mg/30 days from a 
surface water intake on Forest Hills Run to supply the applicant's 
public water supply distribution and golf course irrigation systems, 
respectively, in the Long Run Member of the Catskill Formation. The 
project is located in the Forest Hills Run Watershed in Paradise 
Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. This withdrawal project is 
located within the drainage area to the section of the non-tidal 
Delaware River known as the Middle Delaware, which is classified as 
Special Protection Waters.
    2. BP Oil Products North America D-91-32-4. An application for the 
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of a ground water decontamination project at the former Paulsboro 
Refinery to continue withdrawal of 30 mg/30 days for on-site treatment 
and discharge to the Delaware River through the existing outfall in 
DRBC Water Quality Zone 4. Up to 1 mgd of ground water is withdrawn 
from existing Wells Nos. R-4A, R-5A, R-6A, R-8, R-9, R-10, R-11, and R-
12; all located just outside of New Jersey Critical Area 2 of the 
Potomac-Raritan-Magothy Formation. The project is located off Mantua 
Avenue in Paulsboro Borough, Gloucester County, New Jersey.
    3. Paunnacussing Founders, Inc. D-96-42-2. An application for 
renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to continue withdrawal of 
up to 6 mg/30 days to supply the applicant's Lookaway Golf Course from 
existing Wells PW-2 and PW-3. The project is located in the Brunswick 
Formation in the Mill Creek Watershed in Buckingham Township, Bucks 
County, Pennsylvania and is located in the Southeastern Pennsylvania 
Ground Water Protected Area.
    4. Freeland Borough Municipal Authority D-65-52 CP-2. An 
application for the approval of an extension of service area for the 
Freeland Borough Municipal Authority's Wastewater Treatment Plant 
(WWTP). The current WWTP serves Freeland Borough, with the new service 
area consisting of a portion of Foster Township. The existing WWTP's 
permitted discharge of 0.75 million gallons per day (mgd) will not be 
increased as a result of the new service area addition. The WWTP will 
continue to discharge to Pond Creek, a tributary to the Lehigh River, 
which is a tributary to the Lower Delaware River Special Protection 
Waters. The facility is located in Freeland Borough, Luzerne County, 
Pennsylvania.
    5. General Chemical Corporation D-69-38-2. An application to update 
the original docket approving the discharge from the onsite industrial 
waste treatment plant (IWTP). General Chemical Corporation has ceased 
chemical manufacturing at the site. The original docket approved a 28.9 
mgd discharge from the IWTP, whereas the current application is for 
approval of a 0.1 mgd IWTP discharge. The current discharge consists 
primarily of treated groundwater infiltration and stormwater runoff. In 
addition to the change in discharge conditions, the Commission has 
terminated Surface Water Entitlement No. 146, which approved a 33 mgd 
non-contact cooling water withdrawal. The IWTP, which is located in 
Claymont, Delaware, will continue to discharge to the Delaware River.
    6. Spring City Borough D-74-61 CP-2. An application for the 
approval of an expansion of the Spring City Borough WWTP from 0.345 mgd 
to 0.600 mgd. The expansion will include the addition of a 600,000 
gallon equalization tank, pumps and associated appurtenances. The 
expansion is being conducted to comply with a Consent Order and 
Agreement between the Borough and PADEP to eliminate wet weather 
related sewage bypasses at the WWTP and at the Main Street Pump 
Station. The WWTP will continue to discharge to the Schuylkill River. 
The facility is located in Spring City Borough, Chester County, 
Pennsylvania.
    7. Birdsboro Municipal Authority D-74-126 CP-2. An application for 
approval of the upgrade and expansion of the Birdsboro Municipal 
Authority's WWTP. The WWTP's permitted average daily discharge will be 
increased from 1.0 mgd to 1.35 mgd. The WWTP will continue to discharge 
to Hay Creek, which is a tributary to the Schuylkill River. The 
facility is located in the Borough of Birdsboro, Berks County, 
Pennsylvania.
    8. Myerstown Borough Sewer Authority D-74-176 CP-2. An application 
for approval of an upgrade and expansion of the Myerstown Borough Sewer 
Authority's Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). The WWTP is proposed to 
be expanded from 1.6 mgd to 2.0 mgd and will continue to discharge to 
the Tulpehocken Creek, which is a tributary of the Schuylkill River. 
The facility is located in Jackson Township, Lebanon County, 
Pennsylvania.
    9. Matamoras Municipal Authority D-81-78 CP-7. An application for 
the renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to increase withdrawal 
from 11.7 mg/30 days to 19.5 mg/30 days to supply the applicant's 
public water supply distribution system from existing Wells Nos. 3, 5, 
7, 8 and 8A in the Pleistocene Outwash and Mahantango Formations. The 
increased allocation is requested in order to meet projected increases 
in service area demand. The project is located in the Delaware River 
Watershed in Matamoras Borough, Pike County, Pennsylvania. This 
withdrawal project is located within the drainage area to the section 
of the non-tidal Delaware River known as the Middle Delaware, which is 
classified as Special Protection Waters.
    10. Pennsylvania Utility Company D-89-33 CP-3. An application for 
the renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to increase withdrawal 
from 6.4 mg/30 days to 21.01 mg/30 days to supply the applicant's 2,500 
acre Highland Village (former Tamiment Resort) development from 
existing Wells Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in the Towamensing Member of the 
Catskill Formation. The increased allocation is requested in order to 
meet projected increases in service area demand. The project is located 
in the Little Bushkill Creek Watershed in Lehman Township, Pike County, 
Pennsylvania. This withdrawal project is located within the drainage 
area to the section of the non-tidal Delaware River known as the Middle 
Delaware, which is classified as Special Protection Waters.
    11. Joint Municipal Authority of Wyomissing Valley D-91-9 CP-2. An 
application for approval to modify the solids handling facilities at 
the Joint Municipal Authority of Wyomissing Valley WWTP. No change in 
the WWTP design capacity of 4 mgd is proposed. Existing solids handling 
facilities at the WWTP will be upgraded to improve WWTP sludge for 
liquid land application and/or dewatering prior to landfill disposal. 
WWTP effluent will continue to discharge to Wyomissing Creek in the 
Schuylkill River Watershed through the existing outfall. The WWTP is 
located in the City of Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania. The WWTP 
will continue to serve the following municipalities: the Boroughs of 
West Reading, Wyomissing, Shillington and Mohnton; and portions of the 
Borough of Wyomissing Hills, Spring and Cumru Townships, and the City 
of Reading, all within Berks County.
    12. Pennsylvania American Water Company D-92-64 CP-2. An 
application for the modification, reconstruction and expansion of an 
existing wastewater treatment plant to meet regional growth needs and 
more stringent water quality requirements. The WWTP discharge, located 
in the West Branch Brandywine Creek in Interstate Water Quality Zone 
C7, will increase from 3.85 mgd to 7.0 mgd. The facility is located in 
South Coatesville Borough, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
    13. Pennsgrove Water Supply Company D-93-77 CP-2. An application 
for the renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to increase 
withdrawal from 58.9 mg/30 days to 70.4 mg/30 days and up to 753 mg/
year to supply the applicant's public water supply distribution system 
from existing Wells RF1A, RF2B, RF3A, 2, 4, 7 and 11 in the Potomac-
Raritan-Magothy Formation. The project is located in the Delaware River 
Watershed in Carneys Point Township, Salem County, New Jersey and is 
located just outside of the influence of New Jersey Critical Water 
Supply Area No. 2.
    14. Borough of Fleetwood D-95-58 CP-2. An application for approval 
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ground and surface water withdrawal project to supply up to 25.92 mg/30 
days of water to the applicant's public water supply distribution 
system from new Well No. 15 and to increase the total withdrawal from 
all wells and surface water intakes from 27.5 mg/30 days to 54.39 mg/30 
days. The increased allocation is requested in order to meet projected 
increases in service area demand. The new well is located in the 
Allentown Formation in the Willow Creek Watershed in Richmond Township, 
Berks County, Pennsylvania.
    15. Pennsylvania American Water Company D-99-30 CP-4. An 
application for approval of a ground water withdrawal project to supply 
up to 12.96 mg/30 days of water to the applicant's Glen Alsace public 
water supply distribution system from new Well G-9A in the Brunswick 
Formation, and to retain the existing maximum withdrawal from all wells 
of 50 mg/30 days. The Glen Alsace distribution system also receives 
water from two existing interconnections--one with the Reading Area 
Water Authority (45 mg/30 days) and the other with the Mount Penn Water 
Authority (6 mg/30 days)-- and conveys water to the Pennsylvania 
American Water Company's Douglasville public water supply distribution 
system in Amity Township, Pennsylvania. The project is located in the 
Antietam Creek Watershed in Exeter Township, Berks County, 
Pennsylvania.
    16. Burlington Township D-99-50 CP-2. An application for the 
renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to increase withdrawal 
from 113 mg/30 days to 129.8 mg/30 days of water to the applicant's 
public water supply system from new Well No. 8 and existing Wells Nos. 
1A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. The project is located in the Potomac-Raritan-
Magothy Formation in Burlington Township, Burlington County, New 
Jersey.
    17. City of Easton D-99-62 CP. An application to expand the 
applicant's water filtration plant to 16 mgd and increase its surface 
water withdrawal allocation from 10 mgd to 13 mgd (390 mg/month) via 
its intake on the Delaware River at the northeast edge of the City of 
Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. The proposed expansion is 
needed to serve increased population in the service areas of both the 
applicant and its main subsidiary customer, Easton Suburban Water 
Authority. The combined service area of both the City of Easton and the 
Easton Suburban Water Authority includes the City of Easton; Wilson, 
Glendon and West Easton Boroughs; Palmer and Forks Townships; and 
portions of Williams, Bethlehem, Plainfield, Lower Mount Bethel and 
Lower Nazareth Townships; all in Northampton County, Pennsylvania.
    18. Buckingham Township D-2003-13 CP-3. An application for approval 
of a ground water withdrawal project to supply up to 1.0 mg/30 days of 
water to the applicant's Smith-Pfeiffer tract (also known as Forest 
Grove) distribution system from new Wells Nos. FG-1 and FG-2 and to 
increase the existing withdrawal from all wells from 41 mg/30 days to 
42 mg/30 days in order to meet increased service area demand. The 
project is located in the Brunswick Formation in the Robin Run 
Watershed in Buckingham Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania and is 
located in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Ground Water Protected Area.
    19. Three Lane Utilities, Inc. D-2006-25 CP-1. An application for 
the approval of a ground water withdrawal project to supply up to 7.68 
mg/30 days of water to the applicant's public water supply distribution 
system from new Well No. 5 and up to 2.25 mg/30 days from existing Well 
No. 3 and to limit the existing withdrawal from all wells to 9.93 mg/30 
days. The project is located in the Mahantango Formation in the 
Delaware River Watershed in Westfall Township, Pike County, 
Pennsylvania.
    20. Downingtown Municipal Water Authority D-2006-31 CP-1. An 
application for the approval of an existing backwash discharge from the 
Authority's water treatment plant. The facility discharges up to 0.1 
mgd of filter and clarifier backwash and sludge bed filtrate to an 
unnamed tributary of Beaver Creek, which is a tributary of the East 
Branch Brandywine Creek. The facility is located in Downingtown 
Borough, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
    21. Little Washington Wastewater Company, Inc. D-2006-32-1. An 
application for the approval of a new WWTP facility to serve the 
proposed Honeycroft Village residential development. The proposed 
86,000 gpd treated discharge will be land-applied to a dedicated 14.1 
acre spray area. The development, treatment facilities and spray 
irrigation area are located in the Doe Run Watershed. Doe Run is a 
tributary of the West Branch Brandywine Creek. The facilities are 
located in Londonderry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
    22. Pennsylvania American Water Company D-2006-33-1. An application 
for approval of a ground water withdrawal project to supply up to 18.57 
mg/30 days of water to the applicant's Blue Mountain Lake public water 
supply distribution system from new Wells Nos. PW1 and PW2. The project 
is located in the Mahantango Formation in the Brodhead Creek Watershed 
in Stroud Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. This withdrawal 
project is located within the drainage area to a section of the non-
tidal Delaware River known as the Middle Delaware, which is classified 
as Special Protection Waters.
    23. Concord Associates, LP D-2006-35-1. An application for approval 
of a ground water withdrawal project to supply up to 6.0 mg/30 days of 
water to the applicant's distribution system from new Wells Nos. 1, 2 
and PW-4. The project is located in the Upper Walton Formation in the 
Kiamesha Creek Watershed in the Town of Thompson, Sullivan County, New 
York, within the drainage area to a section of the non-tidal Delaware 
River known as the Upper Delaware, which is classified as Special 
Protection Waters.
    24. Pennsylvania American Water Company D-2006-36-1. An application 
for approval to discharge filter backwash from PAWC's Rock Run water 
treatment plant (WTP). A discharge of 0.14 mgd is permitted from the 
WTP and will continue to be discharged to the Rock Run Reservoir, which 
is a tributary to the Brandywine Creek. The facility is located in West 
Caln Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
    25. United States Army Training Center and Fort Dix D-2006-40 CP-1. 
An application for approval of a ground and surface water withdrawal 
project to supply up to 155 mg/30 days of water to the applicant's 
military base from Wells Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 
Range 14, ASP, and ARDEC and from an intake on the Greenwood Branch of 
the North Branch Rancocas Creek. The project is located in the Middle 
Potomac-Raritan-Magothy, Englishtown, Cohansey, and Wenonah-Mt. Laurel 
aquifers in the Crosswicks Creek and North Branch Rancocas Creek 
Watersheds in New Hanover and Pemberton Townships, Burlington County 
and Plumstead and Manchester Townships, Ocean County, New Jersey.
    26. Lenape Regional High School District D-2006-42 CP-1. An 
application for approval of a ground water withdrawal project to supply 
less than 3.1 mg/30 days of water to the applicant's irrigation and 
domestic supply system from new Wells Nos. 1, 2 and 3. The project is 
located in the Mt. Laurel and Cohansey Aquifers in the South Branch 
Rancocas Creek Watershed in Tabernacle Township, Burlington County, New 
Jersey.
    In addition to the public hearing on the dockets listed above, the 
Commission's 1:30 p.m. business meeting will include: A public hearing

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and consideration of a resolution approving amendments to Resolution 
2006-18 concerning a Spill Mitigation Program for the New York City 
Delaware Basin Reservoirs; a resolution authorizing the Executive 
Director to enter into agreements for the implementation of Phase 2 of 
a study on Dwarf Wedgemussels, an endangered species found in sections 
of the main stem non-tidal Delaware River; a resolution authorizing the 
Executive Director to enter into an agreement for Periphyton analysis; 
a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to enter into an 
agreement with Hydrologics, Inc. for modeling services to link the 
OASIS flow model and estuary chloride model; a public hearing and 
consideration of a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to 
require point source dischargers within the Brodhead Creek Watershed to 
perform effluent sampling for nutrients for the purpose of implementing 
the Special Protection Waters program; a resolution approving minor 
amendments to the Administrative Manual--By-Laws, Management and 
Personnel; and a resolution approving the Commission's operating and 
capital budgets for Fiscal Year 2008.
    The meeting will also include: adoption of the Minutes of the 
Commission's December 12, 2006 business meeting; announcements of 
upcoming advisory committee meetings and other events; a report by the 
Executive Director; a report by the Commission's General Counsel; and 
an opportunity for public dialogue.
    Draft dockets scheduled for public hearing on February 28, 2007 
will be posted on the Commission's Web site, http://www.drbc.net, where 
they can be accessed through the Notice of Commission Meeting and 
Public Hearing. Additional documents relating to the dockets and other 
items may be examined at the Commission's offices. Please contact 
William Muszynski at 609-883-9500, extension 221, with any docket-
related questions.
    Individuals in need of an accommodation as provided for in the 
Americans with Disabilities Act who wish to attend the informational 
meeting, conference session or hearings should contact the commission 
secretary directly at 609-883-9500 ext. 203 or through the 
Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS) at 711, to discuss how the 
Commission can accommodate your needs.

    Dated: February 9, 2007.
Pamela M. Bush, Esquire,
Commission Secretary.
[FR Doc. E7-2658 Filed 2-14-07; 8:45 am]
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