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[FR Doc. 07–4343 Filed 9–05–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 5001–06–M PO 00000 Frm 00006 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 51217 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, September 26, 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 of discussion will include a status report by staff of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and DRBC on the study entitled ‘‘MultiJurisdictional Use and Management of Water Resources for the Delaware River Basin’’; a report on the status of Basin Plan implementation; a presentation by staff of the USACE on a groundwater model for northern Delaware; a presentation on a proposal for permanent designation of the Lower Delaware River as Special Protection Waters; and a report on the status of the proposal for a Flexible Flow Management Program. The subjects of the public hearing to be held during the 1:30 p.m. business meeting include the dockets listed below: 1. Forest Park Water (North Penn and North Wales Water Authorities) D–65– 76 CP–10. An application for the renewal of a project to continue to discharge up to 2 million gallons per day (mgd) of treated backwash water from the potable water treatment plant to Pine Run, a tributary of North Branch Neshaminy Creek. No expansion of the water treatment process or the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) backwash is proposed. The project will continue to serve portions of Bucks and Montgomery Counties, both in Pennsylvania. The project is located in the non-tidal portion of the Neshaminy Creek Watershed in Chalfont Borough, Bucks County, Pennsylvania and is located in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Ground Water Protected Area. 2. Abington Township D–73–191 CP– 2. An application for approval of an upgrade of the Abington Township WWTP. The application is for the addition of biological nutrient removal, the addition of a 750,000 gallon equalization tank and associated upgrades for wet-weather flow E:\FR\FM\06SEN1.SGM 06SEN1 mstockstill on PROD1PC66 with NOTICES 51218 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 172 / Thursday, September 6, 2007 / Notices conditions. The WWTP will continue to discharge 3.91 mgd as an annual average flow to the Wissahickon Creek, a tributary to the Schuylkill River. The project is located in Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. 3. Pennsgrove Water Supply Company D–93–77 CP–3. An application to replace the withdrawal of water from Well No. 11 in the applicant’s water supply system with no increase in the total withdrawal. The existing Well No. 11 has become an unreliable source of supply. The total withdrawal from replacement Well No. 11A and all other wells will remain limited to 70.4 million gallons per thirty days (mg/30 days). The project is located in the Potomac-Raritan-Magothy Formation in the Delaware River Watershed in Pennsgrove Borough, Salem County, New Jersey. 4. Westwood Golf Club, D–96–3–2. An application for the renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to continue withdrawal of 5 mg/30 days to supply the applicant’s golf course from existing Wells Nos. 2 and 3 in the Englishtown Aquifer. The project is located in the Lower Delaware Watershed in West Deptford Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey, in New Jersey Critical Water Supply Area 2. 5. William Henry Apartments D–68– 92–2. An application for approval of upgrades of the existing William Henry Apartments WWTP to remedy operational issues. The WWTP will be modified to treat domestic wastewater at the hydraulic design of the facility, which is 69,000 gallons per day (gpd). The applicant’s WWTP serves the William Henry Apartment complex and will continue to discharge to the headwaters of Ridley Creek. The project is located in East Whiteland Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 6. Aqua Pennsylvania, Inc. D–75–78 CP–2. An application for the renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to increase withdrawal from 3.6 mg/30 days to 8.3 mg/30 days to supply the applicant’s public water supply distribution system from existing Wells Nos. 2, 3 and 4 and one spring in the Duncannon, Polar Gap and Packerton members 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 Van Auken Creek Watershed in Waymart Borough, Wayne County, Pennsylvania, within the drainage area to the section of the nontidal Delaware River known as the Upper Delaware, which is designated as Special Protection Waters. VerDate Aug<31>2005 18:25 Sep 05, 2007 Jkt 211001 7. Kiamesha Artesian Spring Water Company, Inc. D–90–68 CP–3. An application for the renewal of a ground water withdrawal project and to increase withdrawal from 9.8 mg/30 days to 27.78 mg/30 days to supply the applicant’s public water supply distribution system from the existing Filtration Plant Well and Fraser Road Well and two existing but heretofore undocketed intakes in Kiamesha Lake. The increased allocation is requested in order to meet projected increases in service area demand. The project is located in the Kiamesha Creek Watershed in the Town of Thompson, Sullivan County, New York, within the drainage area to the section of the nontidal Delaware River known as the Upper Delaware, which is designated as Special Protection Waters. 8. Upper Gwynedd Township D–91–88 CP–3. An application for the approval of the rerate of the Upper Gwynedd Township WWTP from 4.5 mgd to 5.7 mgd as an annual average flow. The docket holder has also requested a 6.5 mgd value for a maximum monthly flow and a hydraulic design capacity. The WWTP will continue to discharge to the Wissahickon Creek, a tributary to the Schuylkill River. The project is located in Upper Gwynedd Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. 9. Lehigh County Authority D–2001– 20 CP–2. An application for approval of a groundwater withdrawal project to supply up to 30.94 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s public water supply distribution from new Wells A and B and to increase the existing withdrawal from all wells from 226 mg/30 days to 256.24 mg/30 days. The increased allocation is requested in order to meet projected increases in service area demand. The project is located in the Allentown, Jacksonburg and Beekmantown formations in the Schaefer Run, Little Lehigh Creek, Cedar Creek and Iron Run watersheds in Upper Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, within the drainage area to the section of the nontidal Delaware River known as the Lower Delaware, which is designated as Special Protection Waters. 10. Coolbaugh Township D–2006–23 CP–2. An application for approval to upgrade and expand an existing WWTP from 0.052 mgd to 0.1 mgd by the addition of membrane filters to the existing membrane bioreactor. The addition of the membrane filters will improve treatment quality and detention time, so that no new tanks are required. The project is located in Coolbaugh Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. The plant discharges to the Tobyhanna Creek in the Lehigh PO 00000 Frm 00007 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 River Watershed, which is in the drainage area of the Lower Delaware River portion of the DRBC Special Protection Waters. The WWTP will continue to serve a portion of Coolbaugh Township only and will continue to discharge through the existing outfall, which is upstream from Francis E. Walter Dam and Pocono Lake. Coolbaugh Township is currently pursuing the beneficial reuse of the WWTP effluent for irrigation of a nearby golf course during the summer months. 11. River Road Utilities, Inc. D–2006– 38–1. An application to approve the reconstruction and expansion of the existing Tuscarora WWTP. The discharge is proposed to increase from 49,000 gpd to 66,000 gpd and will continue to be to the Delaware River. The project is located in Upper Mount Bethel Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania and discharges to the section of the non-tidal Delaware River known as the Lower Delaware, which is designated as Special Protection Waters. 12. Wallace Township Municipal Authority D–2006–39 CP–1. An application for approval of a groundwater withdrawal project to supply up to 8.1 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s public water supply distribution system from new Wells Nos. PW–4, PW–6, PW–7 and PW–8. The project is located in the Granitic Gneiss Formation in the East Brandywine Creek Watershed in Wallace Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 13. East Brandywine Township Municipal Authority D–2007–2 CP–1. An application for approval of a WWTP project to serve proposed residential development in East Brandywine Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. The proposed facility is designed to provide treatment of 0.3 mgd via sequencing batch reactor and tertiary filtration processes. The project is located at the intersection of East Reeceville and Bollinger Roads in East Brandywine Township. Following ultraviolet light disinfection, WWTP effluent will be discharged to a spray irrigation system of the proposed golf course and driving range, and, when necessary to a drip irrigation field. 14. Forest Glen Estates, LLC D–2007– 8–1. An application for approval to discharge up to 33,750 gallons per day to a holding pond and subsequently through a spray irrigation system to irrigate 14.5 acres of woodlands. Wastewater will be generated from the applicant’s proposed 134 one-acre single-family residential lots and an 18acre existing homestead on a 313-acre tract. The project is located in the E:\FR\FM\06SEN1.SGM 06SEN1 mstockstill on PROD1PC66 with NOTICES Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 172 / Thursday, September 6, 2007 / Notices Dingmans Creek Watershed in Delaware Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania. 15. Vogel Farm and Broad Mountain Spring Water Companies D–2007–10–1. An application for approval of a groundwater withdrawal project to supply up to 6.26 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s bottled water truck loading facilities from new Wells VFPW1, VFPW2 and BMPW1. The project is located in the Mauch Chunk Formation in the Quakake Creek Watershed in Packer Township, Carbon County, Pennsylvania within the drainage area to the section of the nontidal Delaware River known as the Lower Delaware, which is designated as Special Protection Waters. 16. Hamlet of Bloomville— Community Wastewater Management Program D–2007–11 CP–1. An application for approval to construct a centralized wastewater treatment system to serve the Hamlet of Bloomville, which is currently served by on-lot septic systems. Two 0.03 mgd septic tanks will be provided, but each will be typically operated at an average flow of 0.015 mgd, so that maintenance can be performed periodically without a disruption of service. The septic tank effluent will be pumped to sand filters prior to subsurface discharge to cut-andfill adsorption leach beds. The project is located in the Wright Brook and West Branch Delaware River watersheds upstream from Cannonsville Reservoir in the Town of Kortright, Delaware County, New York, which is in the drainage area of the Upper Delaware River portion of the DRBC Special Protection Waters. 17. Hamlet of Hamden—Community Wastewater Management Program D– 2007–12 CP–1. An application for approval to construct a centralized wastewater treatment system to serve the Hamlet of Hamden, which is currently served by on-lot septic systems. Two 0.026 mgd septic tanks will be provided, but each will be typically operated at an average flow of 0.013 mgd, so that maintenance can be performed periodically without a disruption of service. The septic tank effluent will be pumped to sand filters prior to subsurface discharge to cut-andfill adsorption leach beds. The project is located in the Launt Hollow Creek and the West Branch Delaware River watersheds upstream from Cannonsville Reservoir in the Town of Hamden, Delaware County, New York, which is in the drainage area of the Upper Delaware River portion of the DRBC Special Protection Waters. 18. Wallace Township Municipal Authority D–2007–17 CP–1. An application for approval to construct a VerDate Aug<31>2005 18:25 Sep 05, 2007 Jkt 211001 0.185 mgd WWTP to serve the proposed Hamilton development, located predominantly in Wallace Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. A small portion of the 636-acre site extends into West Nantmeal Township, also in Chester County. Approximately 688 residential dwellings and supporting commercial buildings will be served. Following advanced treatment in parallel sequencing batch reactors, the effluent will be filtered and disinfected by ultra-violet light prior to land application via drip irrigation. The proposed WWTP and drip irrigation fields are located north of the intersection of Fairview and Creek Roads in the East Brandywine Creek Watershed in Wallace Township. No discharge to surface waters is proposed. 19. Dragon Springs Buddhist, Inc. D– 2007–21–1. An application for approval to construct an 11,000 gpd WWTP and discharge the effluent to an unnamed tributary of the Basker Kill, a tributary of the Neversink River. The discharge is located in the drainage area of the Middle Delaware Special Protection Waters. The project is located in the Town of Deerpark, Orange County, New York. The project WWTP will treat wastewater from a proposed multipurpose building, which will be constructed on 4.4 acres of forested land. The existing temple complex is served by septic systems that process less than 10,000 gallons per day (gpd). Several of these mound-type systems will continue to be used due to their remote location on the property and their efficient operation. 20. Diamond Sand and Gravel, Inc. D–2007–27–1. An application for approval of a groundwater withdrawal project to supply less than 3.1 mg/30 days of water to the applicant’s sand and gravel plant from new Wells Nos. 1 and 2A. The project is located in the Leithsville Formation in the Paulins Kill Watershed in Sparta Township, Sussex County, New Jersey, within the drainage area to the section of the non-tidal Delaware River known as the Lower Delaware, which is designated as Special Protection Waters. In addition, the Commission’s 1:30 p.m. business meeting will include public hearings on: a resolution to approve an interim reservoir operating plan for the New York City Delaware Basin Reservoirs pending completion of rulemaking on Water Code amendments to implement the Flexible Flow Management Program (FFMP); a resolution to extend temporary designation of the Lower Delaware River as Special Protection Waters pending completion of a rulemaking on permanent designation; and a resolution PO 00000 Frm 00008 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 51219 to restore text inadvertently omitted from the project review fee schedule approved by Resolution No. 2005–1. The Commission also will consider a resolution concerning a Pennsylvania Coastal Zone Management Program grant to develop a pilot special area management plan for the Upper Wissahickon Watershed; and resolutions to authorize participation by DRBC staff in the State of New Jersey Long-Term Care Insurance Program. The meeting will also include adoption of the Minutes of the Commission’s July 18, 2007 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 September 26, 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: August 30, 2007. Pamela M. Bush, Commission Secretary. [FR Doc. E7–17611 Filed 9–5–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 6360–01–P DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Federal Energy Regulatory Commission [Docket Nos. OR07–20–000; IS07–229–000 (Not Consolidated)] BP West Coast Products LLC Complainant, v. SFPP, L.P. Respondent. SFPP, L.P.; Notice of Complaint August 28, 2007. Take notice that on August 22, 2007, BP West Coast Products LLC (BP) tendered for filing a Complaint against SFPP, L.P. (SFPP) challenging SFPP’s E:\FR\FM\06SEN1.SGM 06SEN1

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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, September 26, 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 of discussion will include a status report by staff 
of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and DRBC on the study 
entitled ``Multi-Jurisdictional Use and Management of Water Resources 
for the Delaware River Basin''; a report on the status of Basin Plan 
implementation; a presentation by staff of the USACE on a groundwater 
model for northern Delaware; a presentation on a proposal for permanent 
designation of the Lower Delaware River as Special Protection Waters; 
and a report on the status of the proposal for a Flexible Flow 
Management Program.
    The subjects of the public hearing to be held during the 1:30 p.m. 
business meeting include the dockets listed below:
    1. Forest Park Water (North Penn and North Wales Water Authorities) 
D-65-76 CP-10. An application for the renewal of a project to continue 
to discharge up to 2 million gallons per day (mgd) of treated backwash 
water from the potable water treatment plant to Pine Run, a tributary 
of North Branch Neshaminy Creek. No expansion of the water treatment 
process or the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) backwash is proposed. 
The project will continue to serve portions of Bucks and Montgomery 
Counties, both in Pennsylvania. The project is located in the non-tidal 
portion of the Neshaminy Creek Watershed in Chalfont Borough, Bucks 
County, Pennsylvania and is located in the Southeastern Pennsylvania 
Ground Water Protected Area.
    2. Abington Township D-73-191 CP-2. An application for approval of 
an upgrade of the Abington Township WWTP. The application is for the 
addition of biological nutrient removal, the addition of a 750,000 
gallon equalization tank and associated upgrades for wet-weather flow

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conditions. The WWTP will continue to discharge 3.91 mgd as an annual 
average flow to the Wissahickon Creek, a tributary to the Schuylkill 
River. The project is located in Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery 
County, Pennsylvania.
    3. Pennsgrove Water Supply Company D-93-77 CP-3. An application to 
replace the withdrawal of water from Well No. 11 in the applicant's 
water supply system with no increase in the total withdrawal. The 
existing Well No. 11 has become an unreliable source of supply. The 
total withdrawal from replacement Well No. 11A and all other wells will 
remain limited to 70.4 million gallons per thirty days (mg/30 days). 
The project is located in the Potomac-Raritan-Magothy Formation in the 
Delaware River Watershed in Pennsgrove Borough, Salem County, New 
Jersey.
    4. Westwood Golf Club, D-96-3-2. An application for the renewal of 
a ground water withdrawal project to continue withdrawal of 5 mg/30 
days to supply the applicant's golf course from existing Wells Nos. 2 
and 3 in the Englishtown Aquifer. The project is located in the Lower 
Delaware Watershed in West Deptford Township, Gloucester County, New 
Jersey, in New Jersey Critical Water Supply Area 2.
    5. William Henry Apartments D-68-92-2. An application for approval 
of upgrades of the existing William Henry Apartments WWTP to remedy 
operational issues. The WWTP will be modified to treat domestic 
wastewater at the hydraulic design of the facility, which is 69,000 
gallons per day (gpd). The applicant's WWTP serves the William Henry 
Apartment complex and will continue to discharge to the headwaters of 
Ridley Creek. The project is located in East Whiteland Township, 
Chester County, Pennsylvania.
    6. Aqua Pennsylvania, Inc. D-75-78 CP-2. An application for the 
renewal of a ground water withdrawal project to increase withdrawal 
from 3.6 mg/30 days to 8.3 mg/30 days to supply the applicant's public 
water supply distribution system from existing Wells Nos. 2, 3 and 4 
and one spring in the Duncannon, Polar Gap and Packerton members 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 Van Auken Creek Watershed in Waymart Borough, Wayne County, 
Pennsylvania, within the drainage area to the section of the non-tidal 
Delaware River known as the Upper Delaware, which is designated as 
Special Protection Waters.
    7. Kiamesha Artesian Spring Water Company, Inc. D-90-68 CP-3. An 
application for the renewal of a ground water withdrawal project and to 
increase withdrawal from 9.8 mg/30 days to 27.78 mg/30 days to supply 
the applicant's public water supply distribution system from the 
existing Filtration Plant Well and Fraser Road Well and two existing 
but heretofore undocketed intakes in Kiamesha Lake. The increased 
allocation is requested in order to meet projected increases in service 
area demand. The project is located in the Kiamesha Creek Watershed in 
the Town of Thompson, Sullivan County, New York, within the drainage 
area to the section of the non-tidal Delaware River known as the Upper 
Delaware, which is designated as Special Protection Waters.
    8. Upper Gwynedd Township D-91-88 CP-3. An application for the 
approval of the rerate of the Upper Gwynedd Township WWTP from 4.5 mgd 
to 5.7 mgd as an annual average flow. The docket holder has also 
requested a 6.5 mgd value for a maximum monthly flow and a hydraulic 
design capacity. The WWTP will continue to discharge to the Wissahickon 
Creek, a tributary to the Schuylkill River. The project is located in 
Upper Gwynedd Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
    9. Lehigh County Authority D-2001-20 CP-2. An application for 
approval of a groundwater withdrawal project to supply up to 30.94 mg/
30 days of water to the applicant's public water supply distribution 
from new Wells A and B and to increase the existing withdrawal from all 
wells from 226 mg/30 days to 256.24 mg/30 days. The increased 
allocation is requested in order to meet projected increases in service 
area demand. The project is located in the Allentown, Jacksonburg and 
Beekmantown formations in the Schaefer Run, Little Lehigh Creek, Cedar 
Creek and Iron Run watersheds in Upper Macungie Township, Lehigh 
County, Pennsylvania, within the drainage area to the section of the 
non-tidal Delaware River known as the Lower Delaware, which is 
designated as Special Protection Waters.
    10. Coolbaugh Township D-2006-23 CP-2. An application for approval 
to upgrade and expand an existing WWTP from 0.052 mgd to 0.1 mgd by the 
addition of membrane filters to the existing membrane bioreactor. The 
addition of the membrane filters will improve treatment quality and 
detention time, so that no new tanks are required. The project is 
located in Coolbaugh Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. The plant 
discharges to the Tobyhanna Creek in the Lehigh River Watershed, which 
is in the drainage area of the Lower Delaware River portion of the DRBC 
Special Protection Waters. The WWTP will continue to serve a portion of 
Coolbaugh Township only and will continue to discharge through the 
existing outfall, which is upstream from Francis E. Walter Dam and 
Pocono Lake. Coolbaugh Township is currently pursuing the beneficial 
reuse of the WWTP effluent for irrigation of a nearby golf course 
during the summer months.
    11. River Road Utilities, Inc. D-2006-38-1. An application to 
approve the reconstruction and expansion of the existing Tuscarora 
WWTP. The discharge is proposed to increase from 49,000 gpd to 66,000 
gpd and will continue to be to the Delaware River. The project is 
located in Upper Mount Bethel Township, Northampton County, 
Pennsylvania and discharges to the section of the non-tidal Delaware 
River known as the Lower Delaware, which is designated as Special 
Protection Waters.
    12. Wallace Township Municipal Authority D-2006-39 CP-1. An 
application for approval of a groundwater withdrawal project to supply 
up to 8.1 mg/30 days of water to the applicant's public water supply 
distribution system from new Wells Nos. PW-4, PW-6, PW-7 and PW-8. The 
project is located in the Granitic Gneiss Formation in the East 
Brandywine Creek Watershed in Wallace Township, Chester County, 
Pennsylvania.
    13. East Brandywine Township Municipal Authority D-2007-2 CP-1. An 
application for approval of a WWTP project to serve proposed 
residential development in East Brandywine Township, Chester County, 
Pennsylvania. The proposed facility is designed to provide treatment of 
0.3 mgd via sequencing batch reactor and tertiary filtration processes. 
The project is located at the intersection of East Reeceville and 
Bollinger Roads in East Brandywine Township. Following ultraviolet 
light disinfection, WWTP effluent will be discharged to a spray 
irrigation system of the proposed golf course and driving range, and, 
when necessary to a drip irrigation field.
    14. Forest Glen Estates, LLC D-2007-8-1. An application for 
approval to discharge up to 33,750 gallons per day to a holding pond 
and subsequently through a spray irrigation system to irrigate 14.5 
acres of woodlands. Wastewater will be generated from the applicant's 
proposed 134 one-acre single-family residential lots and an 18-acre 
existing homestead on a 313-acre tract. The project is located in the

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Dingmans Creek Watershed in Delaware Township, Pike County, 
Pennsylvania.
    15. Vogel Farm and Broad Mountain Spring Water Companies D-2007-10-
1. An application for approval of a groundwater withdrawal project to 
supply up to 6.26 mg/30 days of water to the applicant's bottled water 
truck loading facilities from new Wells VFPW1, VFPW2 and BMPW1. The 
project is located in the Mauch Chunk Formation in the Quakake Creek 
Watershed in Packer Township, Carbon County, Pennsylvania within the 
drainage area to the section of the non-tidal Delaware River known as 
the Lower Delaware, which is designated as Special Protection Waters.
    16. Hamlet of Bloomville--Community Wastewater Management Program 
D-2007-11 CP-1. An application for approval to construct a centralized 
wastewater treatment system to serve the Hamlet of Bloomville, which is 
currently served by on-lot septic systems. Two 0.03 mgd septic tanks 
will be provided, but each will be typically operated at an average 
flow of 0.015 mgd, so that maintenance can be performed periodically 
without a disruption of service. The septic tank effluent will be 
pumped to sand filters prior to subsurface discharge to cut-and-fill 
adsorption leach beds. The project is located in the Wright Brook and 
West Branch Delaware River watersheds upstream from Cannonsville 
Reservoir in the Town of Kortright, Delaware County, New York, which is 
in the drainage area of the Upper Delaware River portion of the DRBC 
Special Protection Waters.
    17. Hamlet of Hamden--Community Wastewater Management Program D-
2007-12 CP-1. An application for approval to construct a centralized 
wastewater treatment system to serve the Hamlet of Hamden, which is 
currently served by on-lot septic systems. Two 0.026 mgd septic tanks 
will be provided, but each will be typically operated at an average 
flow of 0.013 mgd, so that maintenance can be performed periodically 
without a disruption of service. The septic tank effluent will be 
pumped to sand filters prior to subsurface discharge to cut-and-fill 
adsorption leach beds. The project is located in the Launt Hollow Creek 
and the West Branch Delaware River watersheds upstream from 
Cannonsville Reservoir in the Town of Hamden, Delaware County, New 
York, which is in the drainage area of the Upper Delaware River portion 
of the DRBC Special Protection Waters.
    18. Wallace Township Municipal Authority D-2007-17 CP-1. An 
application for approval to construct a 0.185 mgd WWTP to serve the 
proposed Hamilton development, located predominantly in Wallace 
Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. A small portion of the 636-acre 
site extends into West Nantmeal Township, also in Chester County. 
Approximately 688 residential dwellings and supporting commercial 
buildings will be served. Following advanced treatment in parallel 
sequencing batch reactors, the effluent will be filtered and 
disinfected by ultra-violet light prior to land application via drip 
irrigation. The proposed WWTP and drip irrigation fields are located 
north of the intersection of Fairview and Creek Roads in the East 
Brandywine Creek Watershed in Wallace Township. No discharge to surface 
waters is proposed.
    19. Dragon Springs Buddhist, Inc. D-2007-21-1. An application for 
approval to construct an 11,000 gpd WWTP and discharge the effluent to 
an unnamed tributary of the Basker Kill, a tributary of the Neversink 
River. The discharge is located in the drainage area of the Middle 
Delaware Special Protection Waters. The project is located in the Town 
of Deerpark, Orange County, New York. The project WWTP will treat 
wastewater from a proposed multi-purpose building, which will be 
constructed on 4.4 acres of forested land. The existing temple complex 
is served by septic systems that process less than 10,000 gallons per 
day (gpd). Several of these mound-type systems will continue to be used 
due to their remote location on the property and their efficient 
operation.
    20. Diamond Sand and Gravel, Inc. D-2007-27-1. An application for 
approval of a groundwater withdrawal project to supply less than 3.1 
mg/30 days of water to the applicant's sand and gravel plant from new 
Wells Nos. 1 and 2A. The project is located in the Leithsville 
Formation in the Paulins Kill Watershed in Sparta Township, Sussex 
County, New Jersey, within the drainage area to the section of the non-
tidal Delaware River known as the Lower Delaware, which is designated 
as Special Protection Waters.
    In addition, the Commission's 1:30 p.m. business meeting will 
include public hearings on: a resolution to approve an interim 
reservoir operating plan for the New York City Delaware Basin 
Reservoirs pending completion of rulemaking on Water Code amendments to 
implement the Flexible Flow Management Program (FFMP); a resolution to 
extend temporary designation of the Lower Delaware River as Special 
Protection Waters pending completion of a rulemaking on permanent 
designation; and a resolution to restore text inadvertently omitted 
from the project review fee schedule approved by Resolution No. 2005-1. 
The Commission also will consider a resolution concerning a 
Pennsylvania Coastal Zone Management Program grant to develop a pilot 
special area management plan for the Upper Wissahickon Watershed; and 
resolutions to authorize participation by DRBC staff in the State of 
New Jersey Long-Term Care Insurance Program.
    The meeting will also include adoption of the Minutes of the 
Commission's July 18, 2007 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 September 26, 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: August 30, 2007.
Pamela M. Bush,
Commission Secretary.
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