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Download as PDF sroberts on DSKD5P82C1PROD with NOTICES Federal Register / Vol. 74, No. 242 / Friday, December 18, 2009 / Notices Regulatory Mandate No. 2—Nutrient Enrichment for Harris Lake: The Town of Holly Springs currently has a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) that discharges to Utley Creek, which is a tributary to Harris Lake in the Cape Fear River Basin. Representatives from NCDENR have directed the Town of Holly Springs to remove the Town’s wastewater discharge from Utley Creek due to nutrient enrichment issues in Utley Creek and downstream in Harris Lake. In addition, NCDENR has encouraged Holly Springs to participate with Apex, Cary and Morrisville on a regional wastewater management program that will allow Holly Springs to remove the Town’s discharge from Utley Creek after 2010. Thus, Holly Springs is participating with Apex, Cary and Morrisville in the planning, permitting, design and construction of regional effluent disposal facilities in order to comply with the mandate issued by NCDENR to remove its discharge from Utley Creek. The regional effluent disposal facilities that will be described and evaluated in the FEIS are needed to comply with the NCDENR mandate. The proposed project was reviewed to address a number of issues which includes an alternatives analyses, direct environmental impacts, secondary and cumulative environmental impacts, environmental justice concerns, endangered species, and potential project costs. 2. Proposed Action. The proposed action is to construct a regional wastewater pumping, conveyance, treatment, and discharge facility to serve the Towns of Apex, Cary, Holly Springs and Morrisville, as well as RTP South in North Carolina. The Towns have cooperated together to develop the proposal, and each town will be responsible for the permits for their part of the proposed project. It is anticipated there will be 4 permit requests to construct the whole project. Future requests for Department of the Army authorization for other sections of the project will be submitted once the final plans have been completed. This request for Department of the Army authorization consists of the construction of a regional wastewater system that includes the construction of influent conveyance facilities, a new water reclamation facility (WRF), and new effluent conveyance facilities in western Wake County and Chatham County, North Carolina to serve the Towns of Apex, Cary, and Morrisville and RTP South. The proposed WRF site is north of US 1 and just south of Old US 1 between New Hill-Holleman and Shearon Harris Roads. The WRF would be constructed in two phases to a VerDate Nov<24>2008 17:33 Dec 17, 2009 Jkt 220001 proposed treatment capacity of 30million gallons per day (mgd). The Town of Holly Springs Utley Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) has already been approved to expand to 6 MGD and will share the 38 MGD outfall to the Cape Fear River. The effluent line will leave the WRF in Wake County and enter Chatham County to the discharge point located on the Cape Fear River downstream of Buckhorn Dam in Chatham County. As a result of the construction activities related to this permit request from Western Wake Partners, there will be temporary and permanent impacts to wetlands and streams. The total permanent impact of the proposed project is 509 of linear feet (lf) of stream (329 lf of perennial and 180 lf intermittent) and 1.8 acres of wetlands. The total temporary impact of the proposed project is 1,924 lf of stream (1,115 lf of perennial and 809 lf of intermittent) and 6.8 acres of wetlands. Most of these impacts are along the influent transmission lines. 4. Alternatives. An extensive alternatives analysis was performed and reviewed by the Project Delivery Team (PDT). This included the evaluation of wastewater management options; wastewater discharge options; WRF site alternatives; conveyance alternatives and wastewater outfall options. Many alternatives were identified and evaluated through the scoping process, and further detailed description of all alternatives is disclosed in Section 2 of the FEIS. 5. Scoping Process. A public scoping meeting was held on April 19, 2007 and a Project Delivery Team (PDT) was developed to provide input in the preparation of the EIS. The PDT was comprised of representatives from local, state, and federal government agencies, the Western Wake Partners, Wake County, Chatham County, and the New Hill Community. The Draft EIS was released for public comment from March 13, 2009 to April 27, 2009. Also, a Public Hearing was held at the City of Apex Town Hall, North Carolina, on April 14, 2009 for public input on the proposed project and Draft EIS. The comments from the public hearing and written comments on the Draft EIS were incorporated into the FEIS. During this process, the COE coordinated closely with the North Carolina Division of Water Quality Construction Grants and Loans Section in the development of the EIS to ensure the process complies with State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) requirements, as well as the NEPA requirements. The FEIS has been designed to consolidate both NEPA and PO 00000 Frm 00019 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 67181 SEPA processes to eliminate duplications. Brenda S. Bowen, Army Federal Register Liaison Officer. [FR Doc. E9–30120 Filed 12–17–09; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3720–58–P DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Department of the Navy Notice of Performance Review Board Membership Department of the Navy, DoD. Notice. AGENCY: ACTION: SUMMARY: Pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 4314(c)(4), the Department of the Navy (DON) announces the appointment of members to the DON’s numerous Senior Executive Service (SES) Sub Pay Pools (SPPs)/Performance Review Boards (PRBs). The purpose of the SPP/PRBs is to provide fair and impartial review of the annual SES performance appraisal prepared by the senior executive’s immediate and second level supervisor; to make recommendations to appointing officials regarding acceptance or modification of the performance rating; and to make recommendations for performance bonuses and basic pay increases. Composition of the specific SPP/PRBs will be determined on an ad hoc basis from among individuals listed below: ADAMS, P. C. MS.; ALLARD, T. DR; ARCHITZEL, D. RADM; ARNY, L. W. MR.; BALDERSON, D. MS.; BALDERSON, W. M. MR.; BARBER, A. H. MR.; BARNUM, H. C. MR.; BAUMAN, D. M. MR.; BELAND, R. W. DR.; BENEDICT, T. J. RDML; BETRO, T. A. MR.; BILLINGSLEA, M. MR.; BLAIR, A. K. MS.; BLINCOE, R. J. MR.; BOURBEAU, S. J. MS.; BOZIN, S. D. RADM; BRADY, P. H. RDML; BRANCH, E. B. MR.; BRAY, W. P. MR.; BRENNAN, A. M. MS.; BROOK, D. DR; BROTHERTON, A. E. MS.; BROWN, M. RDML; BROWN, W. A. RDML; CALI, R. T. MR.; CAMPBELL, J. F. RADM; CAREY, R. J. MR.; CARLIN, R. T. DR.; CARR, N. RDML; CASTELLAW, J. LTGEN; COHN, H. A. MR.; COLEMAN, R. LTGEN; COOK, C. E. MR.; COOLEY, K. MR.; COVELL, C. RDML; COX, A. D. MR.; CREEDON, C. MR.; CWALINA, B. B. MR.; DAVENPORT, D. RADM; DAVIS, A. R. MS.; DAVIS, L. C. DR.; DEBBINK, D. VADM; DECKER, J. MS.; DECKER, M. H. MR.; DEITCHMAN, M. MR.; DELIGNE, W. J. MR.; DEUTSCH, K. RADM; DILLON, B. MR.; DRISKO, M. MS.; DUNAWAY, D. RDML; DUNN, S. C. MR.; EASTBURG, S. RDML; ECCLES, T. RDML; EHRLER, S. M. MR.; ELLIS, E:\FR\FM\18DEN1.SGM 18DEN1 sroberts on DSKD5P82C1PROD with NOTICES 67182 Federal Register / Vol. 74, No. 242 / Friday, December 18, 2009 / Notices W. G. MR.; ENEWOLD, G. RADM; ESSIG, P. CAPT; ETTER, D. M., THE HONORABLE; EVANS, G. L. MS.; and EVANS, I. E. MS.; EVANS, J. J. MR.; EXLEY, R. L. MR.; FERGUSON, J. F. MR.; FERGUSON, M. VADM; FERKO, J. G. MR.; FISCHER, J. W. DR.; FITZGERALD, M. VADM; FLYNN, T. V. RDML; FRANKFURT, T. MR.; FRANTZ, G. T. MR.; FRICK, M. S. RDML; GAHAGAN, D. CAPT.; GALGANO, M. MR.; GALLOWAY, J. MR.; GARCIA, J. G. MR.; GAVIN, V. S. MR.; GIBBS, R. C. MR.; GLAS, R. MR.; GODDARD, C. H. RDML; GONZALEZ, A. H. MR.; GOODHART, J. C. MR.; GORDON, F. E. DR.; GRIFFES, M. D. MR.; GRIFFIN, R. MR.; GROSKLAGS, P. RDML; GUARD, H. MR.; HAMILTON, C. RADM; HANEY, C. RADM; HANNAH, B. W. DR.; HARNED, N. MS.; HARRELL, M. MS.; HARVEY, J. C. VADM; HAYNES, R. S. MR.; HEELY, T. RADM; HERR, F. DR.; HILARIDES, W. H. RDML; HOGUE, R. D. MR.; HOLLOWAY, D. RADM; HONECKER, M. W. MR.; HOWARD, J. S. MR.; ISELIN, S. MR.; JAGGARD, M. F. MR.; JAMES, J. H. MR.; JIMENEZ, F., THE HONORABLE; JOHNSON, J. L. MR.; JOHNSON, S. RADM; JONES, W. DR; JUNKER, B. R. DR.; KARLE, I. DR.; KASKIN, J. D. MR.; KAY, W. MS.; KEEN, S. L. MS.; KEENEY, C. MS.; KISTLER, M. R. MR.; KLEINTOP, M. U. MS.; KRAMLICH, R. S. LTGEN; KRASIK, S. A. MS.; KRUM, R. A. MR.; KUNESH, N. J. MR.; and LAKE, R. BGEN; LANDAU, S. P. MR.; LANDAY, W. E. RADM; LAUX, T. E. MR.; LAWRENCE, J. P. DR.; LEACH, R. A. MR.; LEDVINA, T. N. MR.; LEFEBVRE, P. MR.; LEGGIERI, S. R. MS.; LEIKACH, K. MR.; LOCKLEAR, S. J. VADM; LOFTUS, J. V. MS.; LONG, L. MS.; LUCCHINO, C. MS.; LUNDBERG, D. A. MR.; LUNNEY, J. E. MR.; LUTTERLOH, S. MR.; MAGLICH, M. F. MR.; MAGNUS, R. LTGEN; MAGUIRE, M. M. MS.; MARSHALL, J. B. MR.; MASCIARELLI, J. R. MR.; MCCARTHY, E. MS.; MCCARTHY, J. MR.; MCCORMACK, JR., D. F. MR.; MCCOY, K. M. RDML; MCCURDY, J. MR.; MCGRATH, M. F. MR.; MCLAUGHLIN, P. M. MR.; MCMAHON, M. RDML; MCMANAMON, J. P. RDML; MCNAIR, J. W. MR.; MEADOWS, L. J. MS.; MEEKS JR., A. W. DR.; MENG, J. C. DR; MILLER, C. A. MR.; MITCHELL, S. E. MR.; MOLZAHN, W. R. MR.; MONTGOMERY, J. A. DR.; MURRAY, S. MS.; MUTH, C. C. MS.; NAVAS JR., W. A., THE HONORABLE; NYALKO, L. J. MS.; O’NEIL, S. M. MR.; PAOLETTI, C. MR.; PENN, B. J., THE HONORABLE; PERSONS, B. J. MR.; PIC, J. E. MR.; PIVIROTTO, R. R. MR.; PLUNKETT, B. J. MR.; PUNDERSON, J. F. MR.; RAPS, S. P. MS.; REEVES, C. R. MR.; REIST, VerDate Nov<24>2008 17:33 Dec 17, 2009 Jkt 220001 J. BGEN; ROBERTS, T. MS.; RODRIGUEZ, RDML; ROLLOW, T. A. MR.; ROSENTHAL, R. J. MR.; RYZEWIC, W. H. MR.; SANDEL, E. A. MS.; SANDERS, D. K. MR.; and SCHAEFER, J. C. MR.; SCHREGARDUS, D. R. MR.; SCHUETTE, L. DR; SCOVEL, G. A. MR.; SEE, V. RDML; SHANNON, W. RDML; SHARP, B. A. MR.; SHEPHARD, M. R. MS.; SIEL JR., C. R. MR.; SKINNER, W. RDML; SMERCHANSKY, J. H. MR.; SMITH, R. F. MR.; SMITH, R. M. MR.; SOLHAN, G. W. MR.; SOMOROFF, A. R. DR.; SORENSON, D. CAPT; SPANN, L. H. MR.; STACKLEY, S. MR.; STEFFEE, D. P. MR.; STEWART, P. CAPT; STEWART, V. R. BGEN; STILLER, A. F. MS.; SUMMERALL, W. MR.; TAMBURRINO, P. M. MR.; TESCH, T. G. MR.; THACKRAH, J. MR.; THOMSEN, J. E.; TIMME, W. G. RDML; TOWNSEND, D. K. MS.; VOETSCH, S. S. RDML; WALLS, V. J. MR.; WARD, J. D. MR.; WEDDEL, D. W. MR.; WEYMAN, A. S. MR.; WHITTEMORE, A. MS.; WHITTMANN, J. MR.; WIERINGA, J. A. RDML; WILLIAMS, W. LTGEN; and WOOD, B. H. MR. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. LaToya Bedgood, Office of Civilian Human Resources, telephone 202–685– 6659. Dated: December 11, 2009. A.M. Vallandingham, Lieutenant Commander, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, U.S. Navy, Federal Register Liaison Officer. [FR Doc. E9–30204 Filed 12–17–09; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3810–FF–P DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Office of Elementary and Secondary Education; Overview Information; Indian Education—Professional Development Grants Notice inviting applications for new awards for fiscal year (FY) 2010. Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number: 84.299B. Dates: Applications Available: December 18, 2009. Deadline for Transmittal of Applications: February 25, 2010. Deadline for Intergovernmental Review: April 26, 2010. Full Text of Announcement I. Funding Opportunity Description Purpose of Program: The purposes of the Professional Development program are: (1) To increase the number of qualified Indian individuals in professions that serve Indians; (2) to provide training to qualified Indian PO 00000 Frm 00020 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 individuals to become teachers, administrators, teacher aides, social workers, and ancillary educational personnel; and (3) to improve the skills of qualified Indian individuals who serve in the education field. Activities may include, but are not limited to, continuing education programs, symposia, workshops, conferences, and direct financial support. Priorities: This competition contains two absolute priorities and two competitive preference priorities. In accordance with 34 CFR 75.105(b)(2)(ii), the absolute priorities are from the regulations for this program (34 CFR 263.5(c)). In accordance with 34 CFR 75.105(b)(2)(ii) and (iv), the competitive preference priorities are from the regulations for this program (34 CFR 263.5(a) and (b)). Absolute Priorities: For FY 2010, these priorities are absolute priorities. Under 34 CFR 75.105(c)(3), we consider only applications that meet one or both of the following priorities. These priorities are: Absolute Priority One—Pre-Service Training for Teachers: A project that provides support and training to Indian individuals in completing a pre-service education program that enables these individuals to meet the requirements for full State certification or licensure as a teacher through— (i) (A) Training that leads to a bachelor’s degree in education before the end of the award period; or (B) For States allowing a degree in a specific subject area, training that leads to a bachelor’s degree in the subject area so long as the training meets the requirements for full State teacher certification or licensure; or (C) Training in a current or new specialized teaching assignment that requires at least a bachelor’s degree and in which a documented teacher shortage exists; and (ii) One-year induction services after graduation, certification, or licensure, provided during the award period to graduates of the pre-service program while they are completing their first year of work in local educational agencies (LEAs) with significant American Indian and Alaska Native student populations. Note: In working with various institutions of higher education and State certification and licensure requirements, we have found that States requiring a degree in a specific subject area (e.g., specialty areas or teaching at the secondary level) generally require a master’s degree or completion of a five-year program before an individual can be certified or licensed as a teacher. Students pursuing those credentials would be eligible to E:\FR\FM\18DEN1.SGM 18DEN1

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Department of the Navy


Notice of Performance Review Board Membership

AGENCY: Department of the Navy, DoD.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: Pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 4314(c)(4), the Department of the Navy 
(DON) announces the appointment of members to the DON's numerous Senior 
Executive Service (SES) Sub Pay Pools (SPPs)/Performance Review Boards 
(PRBs). The purpose of the SPP/PRBs is to provide fair and impartial 
review of the annual SES performance appraisal prepared by the senior 
executive's immediate and second level supervisor; to make 
recommendations to appointing officials regarding acceptance or 
modification of the performance rating; and to make recommendations for 
performance bonuses and basic pay increases. Composition of the 
specific SPP/PRBs will be determined on an ad hoc basis from among 
individuals listed below:
    ADAMS, P. C. MS.; ALLARD, T. DR; ARCHITZEL, D. RADM; ARNY, L. W. 
MR.; BALDERSON, D. MS.; BALDERSON, W. M. MR.; BARBER, A. H. MR.; 
BARNUM, H. C. MR.; BAUMAN, D. M. MR.; BELAND, R. W. DR.; BENEDICT, T. 
J. RDML; BETRO, T. A. MR.; BILLINGSLEA, M. MR.; BLAIR, A. K. MS.; 
BLINCOE, R. J. MR.; BOURBEAU, S. J. MS.; BOZIN, S. D. RADM; BRADY, P. 
H. RDML; BRANCH, E. B. MR.; BRAY, W. P. MR.; BRENNAN, A. M. MS.; BROOK, 
D. DR; BROTHERTON, A. E. MS.; BROWN, M. RDML; BROWN, W. A. RDML; CALI, 
R. T. MR.; CAMPBELL, J. F. RADM; CAREY, R. J. MR.; CARLIN, R. T. DR.; 
CARR, N. RDML; CASTELLAW, J. LTGEN; COHN, H. A. MR.; COLEMAN, R. LTGEN; 
COOK, C. E. MR.; COOLEY, K. MR.; COVELL, C. RDML; COX, A. D. MR.; 
CREEDON, C. MR.; CWALINA, B. B. MR.; DAVENPORT, D. RADM; DAVIS, A. R. 
MS.; DAVIS, L. C. DR.; DEBBINK, D. VADM; DECKER, J. MS.; DECKER, M. H. 
MR.; DEITCHMAN, M. MR.; DELIGNE, W. J. MR.; DEUTSCH, K. RADM; DILLON, 
B. MR.; DRISKO, M. MS.; DUNAWAY, D. RDML; DUNN, S. C. MR.; EASTBURG, S. 
RDML; ECCLES, T. RDML; EHRLER, S. M. MR.; ELLIS,

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W. G. MR.; ENEWOLD, G. RADM; ESSIG, P. CAPT; ETTER, D. M., THE 
HONORABLE; EVANS, G. L. MS.; and
    EVANS, I. E. MS.; EVANS, J. J. MR.; EXLEY, R. L. MR.; FERGUSON, J. 
F. MR.; FERGUSON, M. VADM; FERKO, J. G. MR.; FISCHER, J. W. DR.; 
FITZGERALD, M. VADM; FLYNN, T. V. RDML; FRANKFURT, T. MR.; FRANTZ, G. 
T. MR.; FRICK, M. S. RDML; GAHAGAN, D. CAPT.; GALGANO, M. MR.; 
GALLOWAY, J. MR.; GARCIA, J. G. MR.; GAVIN, V. S. MR.; GIBBS, R. C. 
MR.; GLAS, R. MR.; GODDARD, C. H. RDML; GONZALEZ, A. H. MR.; GOODHART, 
J. C. MR.; GORDON, F. E. DR.; GRIFFES, M. D. MR.; GRIFFIN, R. MR.; 
GROSKLAGS, P. RDML; GUARD, H. MR.; HAMILTON, C. RADM; HANEY, C. RADM; 
HANNAH, B. W. DR.; HARNED, N. MS.; HARRELL, M. MS.; HARVEY, J. C. VADM; 
HAYNES, R. S. MR.; HEELY, T. RADM; HERR, F. DR.; HILARIDES, W. H. RDML; 
HOGUE, R. D. MR.; HOLLOWAY, D. RADM; HONECKER, M. W. MR.; HOWARD, J. S. 
MR.; ISELIN, S. MR.; JAGGARD, M. F. MR.; JAMES, J. H. MR.; JIMENEZ, F., 
THE HONORABLE; JOHNSON, J. L. MR.; JOHNSON, S. RADM; JONES, W. DR; 
JUNKER, B. R. DR.; KARLE, I. DR.; KASKIN, J. D. MR.; KAY, W. MS.; KEEN, 
S. L. MS.; KEENEY, C. MS.; KISTLER, M. R. MR.; KLEINTOP, M. U. MS.; 
KRAMLICH, R. S. LTGEN; KRASIK, S. A. MS.; KRUM, R. A. MR.; KUNESH, N. 
J. MR.; and
    LAKE, R. BGEN; LANDAU, S. P. MR.; LANDAY, W. E. RADM; LAUX, T. E. 
MR.; LAWRENCE, J. P. DR.; LEACH, R. A. MR.; LEDVINA, T. N. MR.; 
LEFEBVRE, P. MR.; LEGGIERI, S. R. MS.; LEIKACH, K. MR.; LOCKLEAR, S. J. 
VADM; LOFTUS, J. V. MS.; LONG, L. MS.; LUCCHINO, C. MS.; LUNDBERG, D. 
A. MR.; LUNNEY, J. E. MR.; LUTTERLOH, S. MR.; MAGLICH, M. F. MR.; 
MAGNUS, R. LTGEN; MAGUIRE, M. M. MS.; MARSHALL, J. B. MR.; MASCIARELLI, 
J. R. MR.; MCCARTHY, E. MS.; MCCARTHY, J. MR.; MCCORMACK, JR., D. F. 
MR.; MCCOY, K. M. RDML; MCCURDY, J. MR.; MCGRATH, M. F. MR.; 
MCLAUGHLIN, P. M. MR.; MCMAHON, M. RDML; MCMANAMON, J. P. RDML; MCNAIR, 
J. W. MR.; MEADOWS, L. J. MS.; MEEKS JR., A. W. DR.; MENG, J. C. DR; 
MILLER, C. A. MR.; MITCHELL, S. E. MR.; MOLZAHN, W. R. MR.; MONTGOMERY, 
J. A. DR.; MURRAY, S. MS.; MUTH, C. C. MS.; NAVAS JR., W. A., THE 
HONORABLE; NYALKO, L. J. MS.; O'NEIL, S. M. MR.; PAOLETTI, C. MR.; 
PENN, B. J., THE HONORABLE; PERSONS, B. J. MR.; PIC, J. E. MR.; 
PIVIROTTO, R. R. MR.; PLUNKETT, B. J. MR.; PUNDERSON, J. F. MR.; RAPS, 
S. P. MS.; REEVES, C. R. MR.; REIST, J. BGEN; ROBERTS, T. MS.; 
RODRIGUEZ, RDML; ROLLOW, T. A. MR.; ROSENTHAL, R. J. MR.; RYZEWIC, W. 
H. MR.; SANDEL, E. A. MS.; SANDERS, D. K. MR.; and
    SCHAEFER, J. C. MR.; SCHREGARDUS, D. R. MR.; SCHUETTE, L. DR; 
SCOVEL, G. A. MR.; SEE, V. RDML; SHANNON, W. RDML; SHARP, B. A. MR.; 
SHEPHARD, M. R. MS.; SIEL JR., C. R. MR.; SKINNER, W. RDML; 
SMERCHANSKY, J. H. MR.; SMITH, R. F. MR.; SMITH, R. M. MR.; SOLHAN, G. 
W. MR.; SOMOROFF, A. R. DR.; SORENSON, D. CAPT; SPANN, L. H. MR.; 
STACKLEY, S. MR.; STEFFEE, D. P. MR.; STEWART, P. CAPT; STEWART, V. R. 
BGEN; STILLER, A. F. MS.; SUMMERALL, W. MR.; TAMBURRINO, P. M. MR.; 
TESCH, T. G. MR.; THACKRAH, J. MR.; THOMSEN, J. E.; TIMME, W. G. RDML; 
TOWNSEND, D. K. MS.; VOETSCH, S. S. RDML; WALLS, V. J. MR.; WARD, J. D. 
MR.; WEDDEL, D. W. MR.; WEYMAN, A. S. MR.; WHITTEMORE, A. MS.; 
WHITTMANN, J. MR.; WIERINGA, J. A. RDML; WILLIAMS, W. LTGEN; and WOOD, 
B. H. MR.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. LaToya Bedgood, Office of Civilian 
Human Resources, telephone 202-685-6659.

    Dated: December 11, 2009.
A.M. Vallandingham,
Lieutenant Commander, Judge Advocate General's Corps, U.S. Navy, 
Federal Register Liaison Officer.
[FR Doc. E9-30204 Filed 12-17-09; 8:45 am]
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