Notice of Availability of Calendar Year 2011 Competitive Grant Funds, 12802-12803 [2010-5742]

Download as PDF wwoods2 on DSK1DXX6B1PROD with NOTICES_PART 1 12802 Federal Register / Vol. 75, No. 51 / Wednesday, March 17, 2010 / Notices submit proposed revisions for its approved 30 CFR Part 48, Subpart A training plan to the District Manager. The petitioner further states that the proposed alternative method will not be implemented until miners have been trained in the proper installation of these circuits and proper examinations to ensure they are maintained. Training will include the following: (a) Training in hazards associated with incorrect circuit breaker setting to protect power cables; (b) training in how to verify that circuit breakers are properly set and maintained; (c) training in how to protect power cables from damage; and (d) training in the proper procedures for examining power cables to ensure the cables are in safe operating condition. The petitioner asserts that the proposed alternative method will at all times guarantee no less than the same measure of protection to all miners at Blue Diamond Coal Company provided by the existing standard. Docket Number: M–2009–068–C. Petitioner: Leeco Coal Company, P.O. Box 309, Jeff, Kentucky 41751. Mine: No. 68 Mine, MSHA I.D. No. 15–17497, located in Perry County, Kentucky. Regulation Affected: 30 CFR 75.513 (Electric conductor; capacity and insulation). Modification Request: The petitioner requests a modification of the existing standard to permit use of smaller cables than allowed by the National Electric Code for 480 Volt AC 250 H.P. and 300 H.P. head drive motors. The petitioner states that: (1) In lieu of a 350 MCM cable for a 300 H.P. Head Drive motor and a 250 MCM cable for a 250 H.P. Head Drive motor, a 4/0, 90 deg. C. ICEA cable with an ampacity of 329 amps at 20 deg. C ambient will be used; (2) additional protection will be provided for this cable by providing overload devices for the drive motor that are set to pick up at no more than the ampacity of the cable; (3) a 400 amp thermal magnetic breaker will be provided at the beginning of the branch circuit at the power center to protect the cable to no more than 125% of its ampacity; (4) motor circuits will be checked for overload by a handheld ammeter to ensure that the cable ampacity is sufficient periodically during belt advancement and once the belt line length is permanently established; (5) short circuit protection for the motor will continue to be set between 700%-1300% of the motor full load amps, unless a high efficiency motor is used and will not start at these settings. In no case will the motor’s short circuit protection be set higher than is currently allowed by the National Electric Code; (6) means will be provided to prevent the motor branch circuit cables from being installed into another circuit breaker that is not a 400 amp thermal magnetic breaker. A warning label will be placed on the belt drive disconnect indicating ‘‘400 amp thermal magnetic only’’. Otherwise an equivalent circuit breaker with the correct settings will be provided at the power center as the head drive spare; and (7) within sixty (60) days after this petition is granted, the petitioner will submit proposed revisions for its approved 30 CFR Part 48, Subpart A training plan to the District Manager. The petitioner further states that the proposed alternative method will not be implemented until miners have been trained in the proper installation of these circuits and proper examinations to ensure they are maintained. Training will include the following: (a) Training in hazards associated with incorrect circuit breaker setting to protect power cables; (b) training in how to verify that circuit breakers are properly set and maintained; (c) training in how to protect power cables from damage; and (d) training in the proper procedures for examining power cables to ensure the cables are in safe operating condition. The petitioner asserts that the proposed alternative method will at all times guarantee no less than the same measure of protection to all miners at Leeco Coal Company provided by the existing standard. Dated: March 12, 2010. Patricia W. Silvey, Director, Office of Standards, Regulations and Variances. [FR Doc. 2010–5786 Filed 3–16–10; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4510–43–P LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION Notice of Availability of Calendar Year 2011 Competitive Grant Funds Legal Services Corporation. Solicitation for Proposals for the Provision of Civil Legal Services. AGENCY: ACTION: SUMMARY: The Legal Services Corporation (LSC) is the national organization charged with administering Federal funds provided for civil legal services to low-income people. State 15:08 Mar 16, 2010 Jkt 220001 See SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section for grants competition dates. ADDRESSES: Legal Services Corporation—Competitive Grants, 3333 K Street, NW., Third Floor, Washington, DC 20007–3522. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Office of Program Performance by e-mail at competition@lsc.gov, or visit the grants competition Web site at http:// www.grants.lsc.gov. DATES: The Request for Proposals (RFP) will be available April 8 2010. Applicants must file a Notice of Intent to Compete (NIC) to participate in the competitive grants process. Applicants must file the NIC by May 13 2010, 5 p.m. E.D.T. The due date for filing grant proposals is June 7 2010, 5: p.m. E.D.T. LSC is seeking proposals from: (1) Non-profit organizations that have as a purpose the provision of legal assistance to eligible clients; (2) private attorneys; (3) groups of private attorneys or law firms; (4) State or local governments; and (5) sub-state regional planning and coordination agencies that are composed of sub-state areas and whose governing boards are controlled by locally elected officials. The RFP, containing the NIC and grant application, guidelines, proposal content requirements, service area descriptions, and specific selection criteria, will be available from http:// www.grants.lsc.gov April 8, 2010. LSC will not fax the RFP to interested parties. Below are the service areas for which LSC is requesting grant proposals. Service area descriptions will be available from Appendix A of the RFP. LSC will post all updates and/or changes to this notice at http:// www.grants.lsc.gov. Interested parties are asked to visit http:// www.grants.lsc.gov regularly for updates on the LSC competitive grants process. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Service area Alabama .................................................................................................... VerDate Nov<24>2008 LSC hereby announces the availability of competitive grant funds and is soliciting grant proposals from interested parties who are qualified to provide effective, efficient, and high quality civil legal services to eligible clients in the service area(s) of the states and territories identified below. The exact amount of congressionally appropriated funds and the date, terms, and conditions of their availability for calendar year 2011 have not been determined. 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Louisiana .................................................................................................. Massachusetts .......................................................................................... Michigan ................................................................................................... Minnesota ................................................................................................. Mississippi ................................................................................................ Missouri .................................................................................................... Nevada ..................................................................................................... New Mexico .............................................................................................. New York .................................................................................................. North Dakota ............................................................................................ Ohio .......................................................................................................... Oklahoma ................................................................................................. Pennsylvania ............................................................................................ Puerto Rico ............................................................................................... South Dakota ............................................................................................ Tennessee ................................................................................................ Texas ........................................................................................................ Virginia ...................................................................................................... West Virginia ............................................................................................ Wisconsin ................................................................................................. Wyoming ................................................................................................... Dated: March 11, 2010. Janet LaBella, Director, Office of Program Performance, Legal Services Corporation. [FR Doc. 2010–5742 Filed 3–16–10; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 7050–01–P NATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION AND PRIVACY COMPACT COUNCIL Fingerprint Submission Requirements Rule Authority: 42 U.S.C. 14616. wwoods2 on DSK1DXX6B1PROD with NOTICES_PART 1 AGENCY: National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Council. ACTION: Notice. SUMMARY: Notice of the Compact Council’s establishment of a process for initiating noncriminal justice criminal history record checks during times of emergencies and disasters under the authority of the Fingerprint Submission Requirements Rule, title 28 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), part 901. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Gary S. Barron, FBI CJIS Division, 1000 Custer Hollow Road, Module D3, Clarksburg, WV 26306; telephone (304) 625–2803; email gbarron@leo.gov; fax number (304) 625–2539. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: This notice provides the process that a state or federal agency may utilize to request Compact Council approval to conduct federal noncriminal justice criminal VerDate Nov<24>2008 15:08 Mar 16, 2010 Jkt 220001 12803 AS–1 AZ–2, AZ–3, AZ–5, MAZ, NAZ–6, NAZ–5 AR–6, AR–7, MAR CA–1, CA–27, CA–28, NCA–1 DC–1 IL–3, IL–7 KY–2, KY–5, KY–9, KY–10, MKY LA–1, LA–12, MLA MA–11 MI–9, MI–12, MI–13, MI–14, MI–15, MMI, NMI–1 MN–1, MN–4, MN–5, MN–6, MMN MS–10, MMS MO–3, MO–4, MO–5, MO–7, MMO NV–1, MNV, NNV–1 NM–1, NM–5, MNM, NNM–2, NNM–4 NY–9 ND–3, MND, NND–3 OH–20, OH–18, OH–21, OH–23, MOH NOK–1 PA–1, PA–24, MPA PR–2 SD–2, SD–4, MSD, NSD–1 TN–4, TN–7, TN–9, TN–10, MTN TX–13, TX–14, TX–15, MTX, NTX–1 VA–17, VA–18, VA–19, VA–20, MVA WV–5, MWV WI–5, MWI WY–4, MWY, NWY–1 history record checks of individuals who, during an existing or impending emergency or disaster, will have access to children, the elderly, or disabled persons (vulnerable populations). The Compact Council has approved similar requests pursuant to the Fingerprint Submission Requirements Rule (28 CFR, part 901) when health or safety of vulnerable populations is at issue and time is of the essence. Health or safety issues will be present during evacuation and relocation efforts. As a prerequisite to receiving approval to initiate noncriminal justice criminal history record checks under the exigent circumstances described above, the President or authorized state executive officer(s) must have declared a state of emergency or major disaster in the jurisdiction from which individuals are being displaced, or to which the individuals are being relocated. States eligible to make such requests include the state or states in which the disaster has been declared and the state(s) to which evacuees are relocated. The appropriate federal or state official may submit the request to the FBI Compact Officer, FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division, 1000 Custer Hollow Road, Clarksburg, WV 26306. The appropriate federal/state officials authorized to make such requests are: Federal/state CJIS Systems Officers (CSO), State Compact Officers (SCO), State Identification Bureau (SIB) Chiefs, or an official who is superior in the federal/state official’s chain of PO 00000 Frm 00081 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 command. The authorized federal or state official may make initial contact by telephone, agreeing to restrict dissemination of the results of exigent name-based criminal history record checks to the receiving governmental department or related governmental agency and to submit fingerprints within 15 days of each name-based check, which must be part of a followup e-mail or letter to the FBI Compact Officer. The FBI Compact Officer will determine whether to approve the request, consulting with the Compact Council if necessary. Upon approval of the request, the FBI Compact Office will coordinate FBI CJIS Division procedures and communicate detailed information to the requesting official regarding operational procedures to be followed, which may include: the issuance of a unique Originating Agency Identifier (ORI) for use in conducting name-based checks of the Interstate Identification Index (III) system and/or submission of the follow-up fingerprints; a specific time frame that such exigent criminal history record checks may be conducted; other requirements and information needed for the CJIS Division to process the criminal history record checks; and any additional guidance established by the Compact Council or the CJIS Division. 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[Federal Register Volume 75, Number 51 (Wednesday, March 17, 2010)]
[Notices]
[Pages 12802-12803]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office [www.gpo.gov]
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LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION


Notice of Availability of Calendar Year 2011 Competitive Grant 
Funds

AGENCY: Legal Services Corporation.

ACTION: Solicitation for Proposals for the Provision of Civil Legal 
Services.

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SUMMARY: The Legal Services Corporation (LSC) is the national 
organization charged with administering Federal funds provided for 
civil legal services to low-income people.
    LSC hereby announces the availability of competitive grant funds 
and is soliciting grant proposals from interested parties who are 
qualified to provide effective, efficient, and high quality civil legal 
services to eligible clients in the service area(s) of the states and 
territories identified below. The exact amount of congressionally 
appropriated funds and the date, terms, and conditions of their 
availability for calendar year 2011 have not been determined.

DATES: See Supplementary Information section for grants competition 
dates.

ADDRESSES: Legal Services Corporation--Competitive Grants, 3333 K 
Street, NW., Third Floor, Washington, DC 20007-3522.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Office of Program Performance by e-
mail at competition@lsc.gov, or visit the grants competition Web site 
at http://www.grants.lsc.gov.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Request for Proposals (RFP) will be 
available April 8 2010. Applicants must file a Notice of Intent to 
Compete (NIC) to participate in the competitive grants process. 
Applicants must file the NIC by May 13 2010, 5 p.m. E.D.T. The due date 
for filing grant proposals is June 7 2010, 5: p.m. E.D.T.
    LSC is seeking proposals from: (1) Non-profit organizations that 
have as a purpose the provision of legal assistance to eligible 
clients; (2) private attorneys; (3) groups of private attorneys or law 
firms; (4) State or local governments; and (5) sub-state regional 
planning and coordination agencies that are composed of sub-state areas 
and whose governing boards are controlled by locally elected officials.
    The RFP, containing the NIC and grant application, guidelines, 
proposal content requirements, service area descriptions, and specific 
selection criteria, will be available from http://www.grants.lsc.gov 
April 8, 2010. LSC will not fax the RFP to interested parties.
    Below are the service areas for which LSC is requesting grant 
proposals. Service area descriptions will be available from Appendix A 
of the RFP. LSC will post all updates and/or changes to this notice at 
http://www.grants.lsc.gov. Interested parties are asked to visit http://www.grants.lsc.gov regularly for updates on the LSC competitive grants 
process.

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                 State                             Service area
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Alabama................................   MAL

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American Samoa.........................   AS-1
Arizona................................  AZ-2, AZ-3, AZ-5, MAZ, NAZ-6,
                                          NAZ-5
Arkansas...............................  AR-6, AR-7, MAR
California.............................   CA-1, CA-27, CA-28, NCA-1
District of Columbia...................   DC-1
Illinois...............................   IL-3, IL-7
Kentucky...............................   KY-2, KY-5, KY-9, KY-10, MKY
Louisiana..............................   LA-1, LA-12, MLA
Massachusetts..........................   MA-11
Michigan...............................  MI-9, MI-12, MI-13, MI-14, MI-
                                          15, MMI, NMI-1
Minnesota..............................  MN-1, MN-4, MN-5, MN-6, MMN
Mississippi............................   MS-10, MMS
Missouri...............................   MO-3, MO-4, MO-5, MO-7, MMO
Nevada.................................  NV-1, MNV, NNV-1
New Mexico.............................  NM-1, NM-5, MNM, NNM-2, NNM-4
New York...............................  NY-9
North Dakota...........................  ND-3, MND, NND-3
Ohio...................................  OH-20, OH-18, OH-21, OH-23, MOH
Oklahoma...............................  NOK-1
Pennsylvania...........................  PA-1, PA-24, MPA
Puerto Rico............................  PR-2
South Dakota...........................  SD-2, SD-4, MSD, NSD-1
Tennessee..............................  TN-4, TN-7, TN-9, TN-10, MTN
Texas..................................  TX-13, TX-14, TX-15, MTX, NTX-1
Virginia...............................  VA-17, VA-18, VA-19, VA-20, MVA
West Virginia..........................  WV-5, MWV
Wisconsin..............................  WI-5, MWI
Wyoming................................  WY-4, MWY, NWY-1
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    Dated: March 11, 2010.
Janet LaBella,
Director, Office of Program Performance, Legal Services Corporation.
[FR Doc. 2010-5742 Filed 3-16-10; 8:45 am]
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