Notice of Meeting
Notice is hereby given that the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) will meet on Thursday, May 10, 2007. The meeting will be held in Room MO9 of the Old Post Office Building, 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW., Washington, DC at 1:30 p.m. The ACHP was established by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (16 U.S.C. 470 et seq.) to advise the President and Congress on national historic preservation policy and to comment upon Federal, federally assisted, and federally licensed undertakings have an effect upon properties listed in or eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places. The ACHP's members are the Architect of the Capitol; the Secretaries of the Interior, Agriculture, Defense, and Transportation; the Administrators of the Environmental Protection Agency and General Services Administration; the Chairman of the National Trust for Historic Preservation; the President of the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers; a Governor; a Mayor; a Native American; and eight non-Federal members appointed by the President. The agenda for the meeting includes the following:
Availability of Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) (New), St. Marys Airport, St. Marys, GA
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Atlanta Airports District Office on March 27, 2007, issued a Finding of No Significant Impact for proposed construction of a replacement airport at St. Marys, Georgia. Copies of the FONSI are available for review by the public for thirty (30) days at the following location: Federal Aviation Administration, Atlanta Airports District Office, 1701 Columbia Ave., Campus Building 2-260, College Park, Georgia 30337.
Subsistence Management Regulations for Public Lands in Alaska, Subpart C; Nonrural Determinations
This rule revises the list of nonrural areas identified by the Federal Subsistence Board (Board, we, us). Only residents of areas identified as rural are eligible to participate in the Federal Subsistence Management Program on Federal public lands in Alaska. We are changing Adak's status to rural. We also are adding Prudhoe Bay to the list of nonrural areas. The following areas continue to be nonrural, but we are changing their boundaries: the Kenai Area; the Wasilla/Palmer Area, including Point McKenzie; the Homer Area, including Fritz Creek East (except Voznesenka) and the North Fork Road area; and the Ketchikan Area. We have also added Saxman to the Ketchikan nonrural area. We are making no other changes in status. This final rule differs from the proposed rule relative to the Kodiak area and Saxman: For reasons set forth below, we did not change the status of the Kodiak area from rural to nonrural, as we had proposed, and we included Saxman in the nonrural Ketchikan area, which we had not proposed. Residents of those areas changing from rural to nonrural have 5 years to come into compliance with this rule.
Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability; Draft National Interest Electric Transmission Corridor Designations
Having issued the first National Electric Transmission Congestion Study under section 216 of the Federal Power Act (FPA), and having evaluated public comments on the Study, the Department of Energy (Department or DOE) today begins two proceedings that may lead to one or more orders designating one or more national interest electric transmission corridors (National Corridors). The Department believes that, although the FPA does not require it, allowing an opportunity for comment on draft National Corridor designations prior to the Department issuing its FPA section 216(a) report will aid both the public and the Department. Interested persons may file written comments in one or both of these proceedings in the manner indicated in the ADDRESSES portion of this notice. Only those persons who file such comments by the date listed in the DATES portion of this notice will become parties to the proceedings and, thus, eligible to file a request for rehearing under FPA section 313 of any final order issued in these proceedings.