Hours of Service (HOS) of Drivers; Application for Renewal of American Pyrotechnics Association Exemptions From the 14-Hour Rule and the Electronic Logging Device Rule During Independence Day Celebrations, 34834-34838 [2021-13892]

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Follow the online instructions for accessing the docket or go to the Docket Operations in Room W12–140 of the West Building Ground Floor at 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20590–0001, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Keira Jones, Office of Rulemaking, Federal Aviation Administration, 800 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20591. This notice is published pursuant to 14 CFR 11.85. Issued in Washington, DC. Timothy R. Adams, Acting Executive Director, Office of Rulemaking. jbell on DSKJLSW7X2PROD with NOTICES Petition for Exemption Docket No.: FAA–2021–0351. Petitioner: Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. Section(s) of 14 CFR Affected: §§ 91.225(b) and 91.227(d)(18). Description of Relief Sought: Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation (Sikorsky) seeks relief from §§ 91.225(b) and 91.227(d)(18) to conduct research and development, market survey, and customer training flights for two S–70i type aircraft (N8034M and N8048X) that are not type certified. Sikorsky operates these aircraft with a special airworthiness certificate under experimental category. The requested exemption will allow Sikorsky to operate in airspace that requires Automatic Dependent Surveillance– Broadcast (ADS–B) out equipment utilizing a system which enhances the VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:47 Jun 29, 2021 Jkt 253001 aircraft capabilities and increases situational awareness in the interest of public safety. [FR Doc. 2021–13960 Filed 6–29–21; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4910–13–P dot.gov. If you have questions on viewing or submitting material to the docket, contact Dockets Operations, (202) 366–9826. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: I. Public Participation DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration [Docket No. FMCSA–2021–0052] Hours of Service (HOS) of Drivers; Application for Renewal of American Pyrotechnics Association Exemptions From the 14-Hour Rule and the Electronic Logging Device Rule During Independence Day Celebrations Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), DOT. ACTION: Notice of final disposition; grant of exemptions. AGENCY: FMCSA announces its decision to grant, in part, the application of the American Pyrotechnics Association (APA) for renewal of exemptions from certain hours of service (HOS) regulations that expired on July 8, 2020. The request is being made on behalf of 60 APA member companies. The exemptions will allow drivers for these companies to exclude off-duty and sleeper berth time of any length from the calculation of the 14-hour limit and to use paper records of duty status (RODS) in lieu of electronic logging devices (ELD) during the 2021 Independence Day period. FMCSA has analyzed the application for exemptions and the public comments and has determined that the exemptions, subject to the terms and conditions imposed, will likely achieve a level of safety that is equivalent to, or greater than, the level that would be achieved absent such exemptions. DATES: These exemptions are effective June 28 through July 8, 2021. Docket: For access to the docket to read background documents or comments, go to www.regulations.gov at any time or visit Room W12–140 on the ground level of the West Building, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE, Washington, DC, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., ET, Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays. To be sure someone is there to help you, please call (202) 366–9317 or (202) 366–9826 before visiting Dockets operations. SUMMARY: Ms. Pearlie Robinson, FMCSA Driver and Carrier Operations Division; Office of Carrier, Driver and Vehicle Safety Standards; (202) 366–4225; MCPSD@ FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: PO 00000 Frm 00122 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Viewing Comments and Documents To view comments, go to www.regulations.gov, insert the docket number ‘‘FMCSA–2021–0052’’ in the keyword box, and click ‘‘Search.’’ Next, sort the results by ‘‘Posted (NewerOlder),’’ choose the first notice listed, click ‘‘Browse Comments.’’ To view documents mentioned in this notice as being available in the docket, go to www.regulations.gov, insert the docket number ‘‘FMCSA–2021–0052’’ in the keyword box, click ‘‘Search,’’ and chose the document to review. If you do not have access to the internet, you may view the docket online by visiting Dockets Operations in Room W12–140 on the ground floor of the DOT West Building, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20590, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., ET, Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays. To be sure someone is there to help you, please call (202) 366–9317 or (202) 366–9826 before visiting Dockets Operations. II. Legal Basis FMCSA has authority under 49 U.S.C. 31136(e) and 31315(b) to grant exemptions from certain Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. FMCSA must publish a notice of each exemption request in the Federal Register (49 CFR 381.315(a)). The Agency must provide the public an opportunity to inspect the information relevant to the application, including any safety analyses that have been conducted. The Agency must also provide an opportunity for public comment on the request. The Agency reviews safety analyses and public comments submitted and determines whether granting the exemption would likely achieve a level of safety equivalent to, or greater than, the level that would be achieved by the current regulation (49 CFR 381.305). The decision of the Agency must be published in the Federal Register (49 CFR 381.315(b)) with the reasons for denying or granting the application and, if granted, the name of the person or class of persons receiving the exemption, and the regulatory provision from which the exemption is granted. The notice must also specify the effective period (up to 5 years) and explain the terms and conditions of the exemption. The exemption may be renewed (49 CFR 381.300(b)). E:\FR\FM\30JNN1.SGM 30JNN1 Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 123 / Wednesday, June 30, 2021 / Notices III. Background jbell on DSKJLSW7X2PROD with NOTICES Current Regulatory Requirements The HOS rule in 49 CFR 395.3(a)(2) prohibits the driver of a propertycarrying commercial motor vehicle (CMV) from driving after the 14th hour after coming on duty following 10 consecutive hours off duty. Drivers required to prepare RODS must do so using ELDs. However, under 49 CFR 395.8(a)(1)(iii)(1), a motor carrier may allow its drivers to record their duty status manually, rather than use an ELD, if the driver is operating a CMV ‘‘[i]n a manner requiring completion of a record of duty status on not more than 8 days within any 30-day period.’’ Applicant’s Requests APA requests temporary relief from both provisions discussed above because employees for its member companies need to drive CMVs after the end of the 14-hour period and because the proposed exemption period from June 28 through July 8 is 11 days long, which exceeds the exception from the ELD requirement (up to 8 days in a 30 consecutive-day period). APA explains that without the extra time each day provided by the exemption from the 14hour rule, safety would decline because APA drivers would be unable to return to their home base after each show. They would be forced to park the CMVs carrying HM 1.1G, 1.3G and 1.4G products in areas less secure than the motor carrier’s home base. Without the exemption from the ELD rule, these companies would be required to purchase/lease ELD systems for a limited period of 11 days. APA requests renewal of its HOS exemptions from the 14-hour rule for 58 of 61 member-companies included in the 2016 through 2020 waivers or exemptions and from the ELD rule for the same member companies included in the 2019 through 2020 waivers or exemptions. The HOS exemptions or waivers for 61 of its members expired on July 8, 2020. The current applications cover 58 members that previously held exemptions and 2 additional member companies not previously covered by the exemptions. APA has removed 3 member companies previously included in the 14-hour and ELD relief from the list, leaving 60 of its member companies applying for exemptions from the 14-hour rule and the ELD rule. Copies of the 2021 requests are included in the docket referenced at the beginning of this notice. Various APA members have held waivers or exemptions during Independence Day periods from 2005 VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:47 Jun 29, 2021 Jkt 253001 through 2014. On May 9, 2016, the current exemption for APA members was extended to July 8, 2020, pursuant to section 5206(b)(2)(A) of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. Copies of the initial request for an exemption from the 14-hour rule, subsequent renewal requests, and all public comments received may be reviewed at www.regulations.gov under docket numbers FMCSA–2005–21104 and FMCSA–2007–28043. FMCSA granted APA’s application for relief from the ELD rule on February 19, 2019, covering the Independence Day celebrations for 2019 and 2020. A copy of that request and the public comments received are located at www.regulations.gov under docket number FMCSA–2018–0140. V. Method To Ensure an Equivalent or Greater Level of Safety APA believes an equivalent level of safety will be achieved because the fireworks are transported over relatively short routes from distribution points to the site of the fireworks display, and normally in the morning when traffic is light. APA also believes that fatigued driving is reduced and/or eliminated because drivers spend considerable time installing, wiring, and safety-checking the fireworks displays at the site, followed by several hours off duty in the late afternoon and early evening prior to the event; during this time, the drivers are allowed to rest or take a nap. Additionally, these drivers would continue to use paper RODS in lieu of an ELD during the designated Independence Day periods. The scheduled off duty time and use of RODS will ensure that fatigued driving is managed. VI. Public Comments On May 4, 2021, FMCSA published notice of this application and requested public comments (86 FR 23779). The Agency received three comments, all opposing the exemptions. Miner’s Inc. said ‘‘No need to extend hours of service. Team drivers can keep the load moving. This can also be used for livestock.’’ Another commenter, John Koglman, wrote, ‘‘14 hr. Mandatory ELD, one or the other. Truckers are not children, no safer highways [since] both rules have been in place. Too much money being allocated for enforcement, not much spent to make truck driving bearable . . .’’ The third commenter, Joshua Hilton, asked, ‘‘What part of shall not be infringed do you not understand?’’ PO 00000 Frm 00123 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 34835 VII. FMCSA Response and Decision FMCSA has determined that granting these exemptions to APA membercompanies will likely achieve a level of safety equivalent to or greater than the level that compliance with the HOS rules would ensure. The Agency agrees with the APA that the operational demands of this unique industry minimize the risk of CMV crashes. Generally, the CMV drivers covered by the exemption transport fireworks over relatively short routes from distribution points to the site of the fireworks display, and normally do so in the morning hours when drivers are less likely to encounter heavy traffic and congestion. When the drivers arrive at the work site, they spend most of their time setting up the fireworks displays, followed by several hours off duty in the late afternoon and early evening prior to the event. During the off-duty breaks, drivers are able to rest and nap, thereby reducing the risk of fatigue towards the end of the work shift. Before beginning another duty day, these drivers must take 10 consecutive hours off duty, the same as other CMV drivers. FMCSA notes that the individuals spend very little time driving during any given work shift and they must adhere to the weekly hours-of-service limits which prohibit operating a CMV after accumulating 60 hours on duty within 7 consecutive days, or 70 hours on duty within 8 consecutive days. FMCSA anticipates, and understands from discussions with APA, that drivers will be unable to exceed the 14-hour limit every night and yet still have time to take 10 consecutive hours off duty. But drivers may work long days followed by short days, alternating back and forth. Such arrangements will likely vary from company to company, depending on event schedules. In any case, drivers and motor carriers operating under the exemption remain subject to the requirement for 10 consecutive hours off duty, and they must maintain records of duty status. With regard to ELDs, the current regulations include an exception for motor carriers that are required to prepare records of duty status for 8 days or less during a 30 consecutive day period. However, the APA members in question would need relief from the requirements for 11 days. Therefore, the exemption would only provide 3 additional days of relief beyond the existing rule. The Agency does not believe safety will be decreased through the use of paper RODS and supporting documents during the 3 additional days. The carriers will be subject to the current record retention requirement, E:\FR\FM\30JNN1.SGM 30JNN1 34836 Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 123 / Wednesday, June 30, 2021 / Notices for the records generated during the timeframe of this exemption and the Agency will have access to the RODS for 6 months from the date the records were prepared including corresponding supporting documents. The carriers also could be subject to civil penalties for failure to maintain the RODS and supporting documents for the entire period of the exemption and 6 months thereafter. In addition, FMCSA has ensured that each motor carrier possesses an active USDOT registration, minimum required levels of insurance as required by 49 CFR part 387, and is not subject to any ‘‘imminent hazard’’ or other out-ofservice (OOS) orders. The Agency conducted a comprehensive review of the safety performance history on each of the motor carriers listed in the appendix table during the review process. As part of this process, FMCSA reviewed its Motor Carrier Management Information System safety records, including inspection and accident reports submitted to FMCSA by State agencies. The motor carriers have ‘‘satisfactory’’ safety ratings and valid Hazardous Materials Safety Permits. The member carriers may be subject to investigations prior to future renewal of the exemption. FMCSA acknowledges the concerns of commenters and has decided to limit the exemption to the 2021 Independence Day season, rather than granting a multi-year exemption as requested by APA. The Agency will review the impact of the exemption following the 2021 Independence Day Celebration and seek public comment whether similar relief should be granted in future years, if requested by APA. VIII. Terms and Conditions of the Exemptions Period of the Exemption The requested HOS exemptions from 49 CFR 395.3(a)(2) and 49 CFR 395.8(a)(1)(i) are effective from June 28 through July 8, 2021, 11:59 p.m. local time. Terms and Conditions of the Exemptions The exemptions are limited to drivers employed by the 58 motor carriers previously covered by the exemptions, and drivers employed by the two additional carriers identified by an asterisk in the appendix table of this notice. Drivers covered by these exemptions will be able to exclude offduty and sleeper-berth time of any length from the calculation of the 14hour limit. Drivers will be able to use paper RODs in lieu of ELDs to record their HOS. The conditions of these are as follows: • Drivers must not drive more than 11 hours after accumulating 14 hours on duty prior to beginning a new driving period; • Drivers must have 10 consecutive hours off duty following 14 hours on duty prior to beginning a new driving period; • Drivers must use paper RODs, maintain RODS for 6 months from the date the record is prepared, and make RODS accessible to law enforcement upon request; • Drivers subject to the ELD requirements prior to June 28 must continue to use ELDs, maintain ELD data for 6 months from the date the electronic record is generated, and make ELD data accessible to law enforcement upon request; and • The carriers and drivers must comply with all other requirements of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (49 CFR parts 350–399) and Hazardous Materials Regulations (49 CFR parts 105–180). Preemption In accordance with 49 U.S.C. 31315(d), as implemented by 49 CFR 381.600, during the period these exemptions would be in effect, no State shall enforce any law or regulation applicable to interstate commerce that conflicts with or is inconsistent with the exemptions with respect to a firm or person operating under the exemptions. States may, but are not required to, adopt the same exemptions with respect to operations in intrastate commerce. Notification to FMCSA Exempt motor carriers are required to notify FMCSA within 5 business days of any accidents (as defined by 49 CFR 390.5) involving the operation of any of their CMVs while under these exemptions. The notification must be made by email to MCPSD@DOT.GOV and include the following information: a. Identifier of the Exemptions: ‘‘APA’’; b. Date of the accident; c. City or town, and State, in which the accident occurred, or which is closest to the scene of the accident; d. Driver’s name and driver’s license State, number, and class; e. Co-Driver’s name and driver’s license State, number, and class; f. Vehicle company number and power unit license plate State and number; g. Number of individuals suffering physical injury; h. Number of fatalities; i. The police-reported cause of the accident; j. Whether the driver was cited for violation of any traffic laws, or motor carrier safety regulations; and k. The total driving time and the total on-duty time of the CMV driver at the time of the accident. In addition, if there are any injuries or fatalities, the carrier must forward the police accident report to MCPSD@ DOT.GOV as soon as available. Meera Joshi, Deputy Administrator. jbell on DSKJLSW7X2PROD with NOTICES APPENDIX TO NOTICE OF APPLICATIONS FOR RENEWAL OF APA EXEMPTIONS FROM THE 14-HOUR AND ELD HOS RULES FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY PERIODS JUNE 28, 2021 THROUGH JULY 8, 2021 FOR 60 MOTOR CARRIERS Motor carrier Street address City, state, zip code American Fireworks Company ........... American Fireworks Display, LLC ...... AM Pyrotechnics, LLC ........................ Arthur Rozzi Pyrotechnics .................. Artisan Pyrotechnics, Inc .................... * Atlas Importers, Inc .......................... Atlas PyroVision Entertainment Group, Inc. 8. Celebration Fireworks, Inc ................. 9. Central States Fireworks, Inc ............. 10. * Dominion Fireworks, Inc ................. 11. Falcon Fireworks .............................. 12. Fireworks & Stage FX America ........ 7041 Darrow Road ................................... 105 County Route 7 ................................. 2429 East 535th Rd .................................. 6607 Red Hawk Ct ................................... 82 Grace Road ......................................... 1570 S Hwy. 501 ...................................... 136 Sharon Road ..................................... Hudson, OH 44236 ................................... McDonough, NY 13801 ............................ Buffalo, MO 65622 .................................... Maineville, OH 45039 ............................... Wiggins, MS 39577 .................................. Marion, SC 29571 ..................................... Jaffrey, NH 03452 ..................................... 103972 2115608 1034961 2008107 1898096 449827 789777 7911 7th Street ......................................... 18034 Kincaid Street ................................ 669 Flank Road ........................................ 3411 Courthouse Road ............................ 12650 Hwy 67S, Suite B .......................... Slatington, PA 18080 ................................ Athens, IL 62613 ...................................... Petersburg, VA 23805 .............................. Guyton, GA 31312 .................................... Lakeside, CA 92040 ................................. 1527687 1022659 540485 1037954 908304 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:47 Jun 29, 2021 Jkt 253001 PO 00000 Frm 00124 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\30JNN1.SGM 30JNN1 DOT No. Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 123 / Wednesday, June 30, 2021 / Notices 34837 jbell on DSKJLSW7X2PROD with NOTICES APPENDIX TO NOTICE OF APPLICATIONS FOR RENEWAL OF APA EXEMPTIONS FROM THE 14-HOUR AND ELD HOS RULES FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY PERIODS JUNE 28, 2021 THROUGH JULY 8, 2021 FOR 60 MOTOR CARRIERS—Continued Motor carrier Street address City, state, zip code 13. Fireworks by Grucci, Inc .................. 14. Legal Aluminum King Mfg., Ltd. dba Flashing. 15. Gateway Fireworks Displays ............ 16. Great Lakes Fireworks ..................... 17. Hale Artificier, Inc ............................. 18. Hamburg Fireworks Display, Inc ...... 19. Hawaii Explosives & Pyrotechnics, Inc. 20. Hollywood Pyrotechnics, Inc ............ 21. Mike Eicher, dba Homeland Fireworks, Inc. 22. International Fireworks Mfg. Company. 23. J&J Computing dba Fireworks Extravaganza. 24. J&M Displays, Inc ............................. 25. Johnny Rockets Fireworks Display Company. 26. Lantis Fireworks, Inc ........................ 27. Las Vegas Display Fireworks, Inc .... 28. Legion Fireworks Co., Inc ................ 29. Magic in the Sky, LLC ...................... 30. Martin & Ware Inc. dba Pyro City Maine & Central Maine Pyrotechnics. 31. Miand Inc. dba Planet Productions (Mad Bomber) bBoBBomberBomber). 32. Melrose Pyrotechnics, Inc ................ 33. Montana Display Fireworks, Inc ....... 34. Pyro Shows, Inc ............................... 35. Pyro Shows of Alabama, Inc ............ 36. Pyro Shows of Texas, Inc ................ 37. Pyro Spectaculars, Inc ..................... 38. Pyro Spectaculars North, Inc ........... 39. Pyrotechnic Display, Inc ................... 40. Pyrotecnico Fireworks Inc ................ 41. Pyrotecnico FX, LLC ........................ 42. Rainbow Fireworks, Inc .................... 43. RES Specialty Pyrotechnics dba RES Pyro. 44. RKM Fireworks Company ................ 45. Rozzi’s Famous Fireworks, Inc ........ 46. Santore’s World Famous Fireworks, LLC. 47. Sky Wonder Pyrotechnics, LLC ....... 48. Sorgi American Fireworks Michigan, LLC. 49. Southern Sky Fireworks, LLC .......... 50. Spielbauer Fireworks Co, Inc ........... 51. Spirit of 76, LLC ............................... 52. Starfire Corporation .......................... 53. Vermont Fireworks Co., dba Northstar Fireworks Co., Inc. 54. Wald & Company All American Display Fireworks Company. 55. Western Display Fireworks, Ltd ....... 56. Western Enterprises, Inc .................. 57. Wolverine Fireworks Display, Inc ..... 58. Young Explosives Corp .................... 59. Zambelli Fireworks MFG, Co., Inc ... 60. ZY Pyrotechnics, LLC dba Skyshooter Displays, Inc. 20 Pinehurst Drive .................................... 700 E Van Buren Street ........................... Bellport, NY 11713 ................................... Mitchell, IA 50461 ..................................... 324490 420413 P.O. Box 39327 ........................................ 24805 Marine ............................................ 3185 East US Highway 64 ....................... 2240 Horns Mill Road SE ......................... 17–7850 N Kulani Road ........................... St Louis, MO 63139 .................................. Eastpointe, MI 48021 ................................ Lexington, NC 27292 ................................ Lancaster, OH ........................................... Mountain View, HI 96771 ......................... 1325301 1011216 981325 395079 1375918 1567 Antler Point ...................................... 5235 John Day Hwy ................................. Eagan, MN 55122 ..................................... Jamieson, OR 97909 ................................ 1061068 1377525 242 Sycamore Road ................................. Douglassville, PA 19518 ........................... 385065 174 Route 17 North .................................. Rochelle Park, NJ 07662 .......................... 2064141 18064 170th Ave ...................................... 3240 Love Rock ........................................ Yarmouth, IA 52660 .................................. Steger, IL 60475 ....................................... 377461 1263181 130 Sodrac Dr., Box 229 .......................... 4325 West Reno Ave ............................... 10 Legion Lane ......................................... 27002 Campbellton Road ......................... P.O. Box 322 ............................................ N Sioux City, SD 57049 ........................... Las Vegas, NV 89118 .............................. Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 .................... San Antonio, TX 78264 ............................ Hallowell, ME 04347 ................................. 534052 3060878 554391 2134163 734974 P.O. Box 294, 3999 Hupp Road R31 ....... Kingsbury, IN 46345 ................................. 777176 1 Kingsbury Industrial Park ...................... 9480 Inspiration Road .............................. 115 N 1st Street ....................................... 3325 Poplar Lane ..................................... 6601 9 Mile Azle Rd. ................................ 3196 N Locust Ave ................................... 5301 Lang Avenue ................................... 8450 W St. Francis Rd. ............................ 299 Wilson Rd .......................................... 6965 Speedway Blvd. Suite 115 .............. 76 Plum Ave ............................................. 21595 286th St ......................................... Kingsbury, IN 46345 ................................. Missoula, MT 59808 ................................. LaFollette, TN 37766 ................................ Adamsville, AL 35005 ............................... Fort Worth, TX 76135 ............................... Rialto, CA 92376 ...................................... McClellan, CA 95652 ................................ Frankfort, IL 60423 ................................... New Castle, PA 16105 ............................. Las Vegas, NV 89115 .............................. Inman, KS 67546 ...................................... Belle Plaine, MN 56011 ............................ 434586 1030231 456818 2859710 2432196 029329 1671438 1929883 526749 1610728 1139643 523981 27383 May St ........................................... 118 Karl Brown Way ................................. 846 Stillwater Bridge Road ....................... Edwardsburg, MI 49112 ........................... Loveland, OH 45140 ................................. Schaghticoke, NY 12154 .......................... 1273436 0483686 2574135 3626 CR 203 ............................................ 935 Wales Ridge Rd ................................ Liverpool, TX 77577 ................................. Wales, MI 48027 ....................................... 1324580 02475727 6181 Denham Rd ..................................... 1976 Lane Road ....................................... 6401 West Hwy 40 ................................... 682 Cole Road .......................................... 2235 Vermont Route 14 South ................. Sycamore, GA 31790–2603 ..................... Green Bay, WI 54311 ............................... Columbia, MO 65202 ................................ Carrolltown, PA 15722 .............................. East Montpelier, VT 05651 ....................... 3168056 046479 2138948 554645 310632 16004 South State 291 Highway .............. Greenwood, MO 64034 ............................ 87079 10946 S New Era Rd ............................... 13513 W Carrier Rd ................................. 205 W Seidlers ......................................... 2165 New Michigan Rd ............................ 120 Marshall Drive .................................... 1014 Slocum Road ................................... Canby, OR 97013 ..................................... Carrier, OK 73727 .................................... Kawkawlin, MI ........................................... Canandaigua, NY 14618 .......................... Warrendale, PA 15086 ............................. Wapwallopen, PA 18660 .......................... 498941 203517 376857 450304 033167 2149202 VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:47 Jun 29, 2021 Jkt 253001 PO 00000 Frm 00125 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 9990 E:\FR\FM\30JNN1.SGM 30JNN1 DOT No. 34838 Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 123 / Wednesday, June 30, 2021 / Notices [FR Doc. 2021–13892 Filed 6–29–21; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4910–EX–P DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Transit Administration Fiscal Year 2021 Competitive Funding Opportunity: Areas of Persistent Poverty Program Federal Transit Administration (FTA), U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). SUMMARY: Notice of funding opportunity (NOFO). SUMMARY: The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announces the opportunity to apply for $16,259,614 in funding from Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 ($39,614) and FY 2021 ($16,220,000) for the Areas of Persistent Poverty Program (Federal Assistance Listing: 20.505). As required by law, funds will be awarded competitively for planning, engineering, or development of technical or financing plans for projects that assist areas of persistent poverty. FTA may award additional funds if they are made available to the program prior to the announcement of project selections. SUMMARY: Complete proposals must be submitted electronically through the GRANTS.GOV ‘‘APPLY’’ function by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on August 30, 2021. Prospective applicants should initiate the process by registering on the GRANTS.GOV website immediately to ensure completion of the application process before the submission deadline. Instructions for applying can be found on FTA’s website at http:// transit.dot.gov/howtoapply and in the ‘‘FIND’’ module of GRANTS.GOV. The funding opportunity ID is FTA–2021– 005–TPE. Mail and fax submissions will not be accepted. DATES: FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Tonya P. Holland, FTA Office of Planning and Environment, 202–493– 0283, or tonya.holland@dot.gov. A TDD is available at 1–800–877–8339 (TDD/ FIRS). SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: jbell on DSKJLSW7X2PROD with NOTICES Table of Contents A. Program Description B. Federal Award Information C. Eligibility Information D. Application and Submission Information E. Application Review Information F. Federal Award Administration Information G. Federal Awarding Agency Contacts H. Other Information VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:47 Jun 29, 2021 Jkt 253001 A. Program Description The Areas of Persistent Poverty Program provides funds to eligible recipients or subrecipients under Title 49 U.S.C. Sections 5307, 5310, or 5311 located in areas of persistent poverty. Funding to implement the Areas of Persistent Poverty Program was appropriated by the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2020 (Pub. L. 116–94, Dec. 20, 2019) and the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (Pub. L. 116–260, Dec. 27, 2020), and will be awarded through a competitive process, as described in this notice. This funding opportunity is occurring under Federal Assistance Listing number 20.505. FTA will award grants to eligible applicants for planning, engineering, or development of technical or financing plans for projects eligible under Chapter 53 of title 49, United States Code. Applicants are encouraged to work with non-profits or other entities of their choosing to develop an eligible project. An eligible project for this NOFO is defined as a planning study (including a planning and environmental linkages study that advances the environmental analysis and review process as part of the metropolitan planning process), an engineering study, a technical study, or a financial plan. This program supports FTA’s strategic goals and objectives through the timely and efficient investment in public transportation. This program also supports the Biden-Harris Administration’s agenda to mobilize American ingenuity to build modern infrastructure and an equitable, clean energy future. By supporting increased transit access for environmental justice (EJ) populations (see FTA Circular 4703.1), equity-focused community outreach, public engagement of underserved communities, adoption of equity-focused policies, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and addressing the effects of climate change, FTA’s Areas of Persistent Poverty Program advances the goals of Executive Order 13985: Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government; Executive Order 13990: Protecting Public Health and the Environment and Restoring Science to Tackle the Climate Crisis; and Executive Order 14008: Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad. FTA seeks to use the Areas of Persistent Poverty Program to encourage racial equity in two areas: (1) Planning and policies related to racial equity and barriers to opportunity; and (2) engineering, or development of PO 00000 Frm 00126 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 technical or financing plans, for project investments that either proactively addresses racial equity and barriers to opportunity, including automobile dependence as a form of barrier, or redress prior inequities and barriers to opportunity. B. Federal Award Information FTA intends to award all available funding (approximately $16.26 million) in the form of grants to selected applicants responding to this NOFO. Additional funds made available for this program prior to project selection may be allocated to eligible projects. Funds will remain available for obligation for four fiscal years, not including the year in which the funds are allocated to projects. Only proposals from eligible recipients for eligible activities will be considered for funding. FTA anticipates a maximum grant award not to exceed $850,000. In response to a NOFO that closed on May 4, 2020, FTA received applications for 28 eligible projects requesting a total of $11,062,307. Of the 28 projects, 25 projects were selected and funded for a total of $8.46 million. C. Eligibility Information 1. Eligible Applicants Eligible applicants include States, tribes, and designated or direct recipients eligible under 49 U.S.C. 5307, 49 U.S.C. 5310, or 49 U.S.C. 5311 that are located in areas of persistent poverty. State departments of transportation may apply on behalf of eligible applicants within their States. Applicants are also encouraged to work with non-profit organizations. 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[Federal Register Volume 86, Number 123 (Wednesday, June 30, 2021)]
[Notices]
[Pages 34834-34838]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

[Docket No. FMCSA-2021-0052]


Hours of Service (HOS) of Drivers; Application for Renewal of 
American Pyrotechnics Association Exemptions From the 14-Hour Rule and 
the Electronic Logging Device Rule During Independence Day Celebrations

AGENCY: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), DOT.

ACTION: Notice of final disposition; grant of exemptions.

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SUMMARY: FMCSA announces its decision to grant, in part, the 
application of the American Pyrotechnics Association (APA) for renewal 
of exemptions from certain hours of service (HOS) regulations that 
expired on July 8, 2020. The request is being made on behalf of 60 APA 
member companies. The exemptions will allow drivers for these companies 
to exclude off-duty and sleeper berth time of any length from the 
calculation of the 14-hour limit and to use paper records of duty 
status (RODS) in lieu of electronic logging devices (ELD) during the 
2021 Independence Day period. FMCSA has analyzed the application for 
exemptions and the public comments and has determined that the 
exemptions, subject to the terms and conditions imposed, will likely 
achieve a level of safety that is equivalent to, or greater than, the 
level that would be achieved absent such exemptions.

DATES: These exemptions are effective June 28 through July 8, 2021.
    Docket: For access to the docket to read background documents or 
comments, go to www.regulations.gov at any time or visit Room W12-140 
on the ground level of the West Building, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE, 
Washington, DC, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., ET, Monday through Friday, 
except Federal holidays. To be sure someone is there to help you, 
please call (202) 366-9317 or (202) 366-9826 before visiting Dockets 
operations.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Pearlie Robinson, FMCSA Driver and 
Carrier Operations Division; Office of Carrier, Driver and Vehicle 
Safety Standards; (202) 366-4225; [email protected]. If you have questions 
on viewing or submitting material to the docket, contact Dockets 
Operations, (202) 366-9826.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

I. Public Participation

Viewing Comments and Documents

    To view comments, go to www.regulations.gov, insert the docket 
number ``FMCSA-2021-0052'' in the keyword box, and click ``Search.'' 
Next, sort the results by ``Posted (Newer-Older),'' choose the first 
notice listed, click ``Browse Comments.''
    To view documents mentioned in this notice as being available in 
the docket, go to www.regulations.gov, insert the docket number 
``FMCSA-2021-0052'' in the keyword box, click ``Search,'' and chose the 
document to review.
    If you do not have access to the internet, you may view the docket 
online by visiting Dockets Operations in Room W12-140 on the ground 
floor of the DOT West Building, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE, Washington, 
DC 20590, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., ET, Monday through Friday, except 
Federal holidays. To be sure someone is there to help you, please call 
(202) 366-9317 or (202) 366-9826 before visiting Dockets Operations.

II. Legal Basis

    FMCSA has authority under 49 U.S.C. 31136(e) and 31315(b) to grant 
exemptions from certain Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. FMCSA 
must publish a notice of each exemption request in the Federal Register 
(49 CFR 381.315(a)). The Agency must provide the public an opportunity 
to inspect the information relevant to the application, including any 
safety analyses that have been conducted. The Agency must also provide 
an opportunity for public comment on the request.
    The Agency reviews safety analyses and public comments submitted 
and determines whether granting the exemption would likely achieve a 
level of safety equivalent to, or greater than, the level that would be 
achieved by the current regulation (49 CFR 381.305). The decision of 
the Agency must be published in the Federal Register (49 CFR 
381.315(b)) with the reasons for denying or granting the application 
and, if granted, the name of the person or class of persons receiving 
the exemption, and the regulatory provision from which the exemption is 
granted. The notice must also specify the effective period (up to 5 
years) and explain the terms and conditions of the exemption. The 
exemption may be renewed (49 CFR 381.300(b)).

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III. Background

Current Regulatory Requirements

    The HOS rule in 49 CFR 395.3(a)(2) prohibits the driver of a 
property-carrying commercial motor vehicle (CMV) from driving after the 
14th hour after coming on duty following 10 consecutive hours off duty. 
Drivers required to prepare RODS must do so using ELDs. However, under 
49 CFR 395.8(a)(1)(iii)(1), a motor carrier may allow its drivers to 
record their duty status manually, rather than use an ELD, if the 
driver is operating a CMV ``[i]n a manner requiring completion of a 
record of duty status on not more than 8 days within any 30-day 
period.''

Applicant's Requests

    APA requests temporary relief from both provisions discussed above 
because employees for its member companies need to drive CMVs after the 
end of the 14-hour period and because the proposed exemption period 
from June 28 through July 8 is 11 days long, which exceeds the 
exception from the ELD requirement (up to 8 days in a 30 consecutive-
day period). APA explains that without the extra time each day provided 
by the exemption from the 14-hour rule, safety would decline because 
APA drivers would be unable to return to their home base after each 
show. They would be forced to park the CMVs carrying HM 1.1G, 1.3G and 
1.4G products in areas less secure than the motor carrier's home base. 
Without the exemption from the ELD rule, these companies would be 
required to purchase/lease ELD systems for a limited period of 11 days.
    APA requests renewal of its HOS exemptions from the 14-hour rule 
for 58 of 61 member-companies included in the 2016 through 2020 waivers 
or exemptions and from the ELD rule for the same member companies 
included in the 2019 through 2020 waivers or exemptions. The HOS 
exemptions or waivers for 61 of its members expired on July 8, 2020. 
The current applications cover 58 members that previously held 
exemptions and 2 additional member companies not previously covered by 
the exemptions. APA has removed 3 member companies previously included 
in the 14-hour and ELD relief from the list, leaving 60 of its member 
companies applying for exemptions from the 14-hour rule and the ELD 
rule. Copies of the 2021 requests are included in the docket referenced 
at the beginning of this notice.
    Various APA members have held waivers or exemptions during 
Independence Day periods from 2005 through 2014. On May 9, 2016, the 
current exemption for APA members was extended to July 8, 2020, 
pursuant to section 5206(b)(2)(A) of the Fixing America's Surface 
Transportation (FAST) Act. Copies of the initial request for an 
exemption from the 14-hour rule, subsequent renewal requests, and all 
public comments received may be reviewed at www.regulations.gov under 
docket numbers FMCSA-2005-21104 and FMCSA-2007-28043.
    FMCSA granted APA's application for relief from the ELD rule on 
February 19, 2019, covering the Independence Day celebrations for 2019 
and 2020. A copy of that request and the public comments received are 
located at www.regulations.gov under docket number FMCSA-2018-0140.

V. Method To Ensure an Equivalent or Greater Level of Safety

    APA believes an equivalent level of safety will be achieved because 
the fireworks are transported over relatively short routes from 
distribution points to the site of the fireworks display, and normally 
in the morning when traffic is light. APA also believes that fatigued 
driving is reduced and/or eliminated because drivers spend considerable 
time installing, wiring, and safety-checking the fireworks displays at 
the site, followed by several hours off duty in the late afternoon and 
early evening prior to the event; during this time, the drivers are 
allowed to rest or take a nap. Additionally, these drivers would 
continue to use paper RODS in lieu of an ELD during the designated 
Independence Day periods. The scheduled off duty time and use of RODS 
will ensure that fatigued driving is managed.

VI. Public Comments

    On May 4, 2021, FMCSA published notice of this application and 
requested public comments (86 FR 23779). The Agency received three 
comments, all opposing the exemptions. Miner's Inc. said ``No need to 
extend hours of service. Team drivers can keep the load moving. This 
can also be used for livestock.'' Another commenter, John Koglman, 
wrote, ``14 hr. Mandatory ELD, one or the other. Truckers are not 
children, no safer highways [since] both rules have been in place. Too 
much money being allocated for enforcement, not much spent to make 
truck driving bearable . . .'' The third commenter, Joshua Hilton, 
asked, ``What part of shall not be infringed do you not understand?''

VII. FMCSA Response and Decision

    FMCSA has determined that granting these exemptions to APA member-
companies will likely achieve a level of safety equivalent to or 
greater than the level that compliance with the HOS rules would ensure. 
The Agency agrees with the APA that the operational demands of this 
unique industry minimize the risk of CMV crashes. Generally, the CMV 
drivers covered by the exemption transport fireworks over relatively 
short routes from distribution points to the site of the fireworks 
display, and normally do so in the morning hours when drivers are less 
likely to encounter heavy traffic and congestion. When the drivers 
arrive at the work site, they spend most of their time setting up the 
fireworks displays, followed by several hours off duty in the late 
afternoon and early evening prior to the event. During the off-duty 
breaks, drivers are able to rest and nap, thereby reducing the risk of 
fatigue towards the end of the work shift. Before beginning another 
duty day, these drivers must take 10 consecutive hours off duty, the 
same as other CMV drivers. FMCSA notes that the individuals spend very 
little time driving during any given work shift and they must adhere to 
the weekly hours-of-service limits which prohibit operating a CMV after 
accumulating 60 hours on duty within 7 consecutive days, or 70 hours on 
duty within 8 consecutive days.
    FMCSA anticipates, and understands from discussions with APA, that 
drivers will be unable to exceed the 14-hour limit every night and yet 
still have time to take 10 consecutive hours off duty. But drivers may 
work long days followed by short days, alternating back and forth. Such 
arrangements will likely vary from company to company, depending on 
event schedules. In any case, drivers and motor carriers operating 
under the exemption remain subject to the requirement for 10 
consecutive hours off duty, and they must maintain records of duty 
status.
    With regard to ELDs, the current regulations include an exception 
for motor carriers that are required to prepare records of duty status 
for 8 days or less during a 30 consecutive day period. However, the APA 
members in question would need relief from the requirements for 11 
days. Therefore, the exemption would only provide 3 additional days of 
relief beyond the existing rule. The Agency does not believe safety 
will be decreased through the use of paper RODS and supporting 
documents during the 3 additional days. The carriers will be subject to 
the current record retention requirement,

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for the records generated during the timeframe of this exemption and 
the Agency will have access to the RODS for 6 months from the date the 
records were prepared including corresponding supporting documents. The 
carriers also could be subject to civil penalties for failure to 
maintain the RODS and supporting documents for the entire period of the 
exemption and 6 months thereafter.
    In addition, FMCSA has ensured that each motor carrier possesses an 
active USDOT registration, minimum required levels of insurance as 
required by 49 CFR part 387, and is not subject to any ``imminent 
hazard'' or other out-of-service (OOS) orders. The Agency conducted a 
comprehensive review of the safety performance history on each of the 
motor carriers listed in the appendix table during the review process. 
As part of this process, FMCSA reviewed its Motor Carrier Management 
Information System safety records, including inspection and accident 
reports submitted to FMCSA by State agencies. The motor carriers have 
``satisfactory'' safety ratings and valid Hazardous Materials Safety 
Permits. The member carriers may be subject to investigations prior to 
future renewal of the exemption.
    FMCSA acknowledges the concerns of commenters and has decided to 
limit the exemption to the 2021 Independence Day season, rather than 
granting a multi-year exemption as requested by APA. The Agency will 
review the impact of the exemption following the 2021 Independence Day 
Celebration and seek public comment whether similar relief should be 
granted in future years, if requested by APA.

VIII. Terms and Conditions of the Exemptions

Period of the Exemption

    The requested HOS exemptions from 49 CFR 395.3(a)(2) and 49 CFR 
395.8(a)(1)(i) are effective from June 28 through July 8, 2021, 11:59 
p.m. local time.

Terms and Conditions of the Exemptions

    The exemptions are limited to drivers employed by the 58 motor 
carriers previously covered by the exemptions, and drivers employed by 
the two additional carriers identified by an asterisk in the appendix 
table of this notice. Drivers covered by these exemptions will be able 
to exclude off-duty and sleeper-berth time of any length from the 
calculation of the 14-hour limit. Drivers will be able to use paper 
RODs in lieu of ELDs to record their HOS. The conditions of these are 
as follows:
     Drivers must not drive more than 11 hours after 
accumulating 14 hours on duty prior to beginning a new driving period;
     Drivers must have 10 consecutive hours off duty following 
14 hours on duty prior to beginning a new driving period;
     Drivers must use paper RODs, maintain RODS for 6 months 
from the date the record is prepared, and make RODS accessible to law 
enforcement upon request;
     Drivers subject to the ELD requirements prior to June 28 
must continue to use ELDs, maintain ELD data for 6 months from the date 
the electronic record is generated, and make ELD data accessible to law 
enforcement upon request; and
     The carriers and drivers must comply with all other 
requirements of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (49 CFR 
parts 350-399) and Hazardous Materials Regulations (49 CFR parts 105-
180).

Preemption

    In accordance with 49 U.S.C. 31315(d), as implemented by 49 CFR 
381.600, during the period these exemptions would be in effect, no 
State shall enforce any law or regulation applicable to interstate 
commerce that conflicts with or is inconsistent with the exemptions 
with respect to a firm or person operating under the exemptions. States 
may, but are not required to, adopt the same exemptions with respect to 
operations in intrastate commerce.

Notification to FMCSA

    Exempt motor carriers are required to notify FMCSA within 5 
business days of any accidents (as defined by 49 CFR 390.5) involving 
the operation of any of their CMVs while under these exemptions. The 
notification must be made by email to [email protected] and include the 
following information:
    a. Identifier of the Exemptions: ``APA'';
    b. Date of the accident;
    c. City or town, and State, in which the accident occurred, or 
which is closest to the scene of the accident;
    d. Driver's name and driver's license State, number, and class;
    e. Co-Driver's name and driver's license State, number, and class;
    f. Vehicle company number and power unit license plate State and 
number;
    g. Number of individuals suffering physical injury;
    h. Number of fatalities;
    i. The police-reported cause of the accident;
    j. Whether the driver was cited for violation of any traffic laws, 
or motor carrier safety regulations; and
    k. The total driving time and the total on-duty time of the CMV 
driver at the time of the accident.
    In addition, if there are any injuries or fatalities, the carrier 
must forward the police accident report to [email protected] as soon as 
available.

Meera Joshi,
Deputy Administrator.

     Appendix to Notice of Applications for Renewal of APA Exemptions From the 14-Hour and ELD HOS Rules for
                Independence Day Periods June 28, 2021 Through July 8, 2021 for 60 Motor Carriers
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              Motor carrier                       Street address           City, state, zip code       DOT No.
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1. American Fireworks Company............  7041 Darrow Road...........  Hudson, OH 44236...........       103972
2. American Fireworks Display, LLC.......  105 County Route 7.........  McDonough, NY 13801........      2115608
3. AM Pyrotechnics, LLC..................  2429 East 535th Rd.........  Buffalo, MO 65622..........      1034961
4. Arthur Rozzi Pyrotechnics.............  6607 Red Hawk Ct...........  Maineville, OH 45039.......      2008107
5. Artisan Pyrotechnics, Inc.............  82 Grace Road..............  Wiggins, MS 39577..........      1898096
6. * Atlas Importers, Inc................  1570 S Hwy. 501............  Marion, SC 29571...........       449827
7. Atlas PyroVision Entertainment Group,   136 Sharon Road............  Jaffrey, NH 03452..........       789777
 Inc.
8. Celebration Fireworks, Inc............  7911 7th Street............  Slatington, PA 18080.......      1527687
9. Central States Fireworks, Inc.........  18034 Kincaid Street.......  Athens, IL 62613...........      1022659
10. * Dominion Fireworks, Inc............  669 Flank Road.............  Petersburg, VA 23805.......       540485
11. Falcon Fireworks.....................  3411 Courthouse Road.......  Guyton, GA 31312...........      1037954
12. Fireworks & Stage FX America.........  12650 Hwy 67S, Suite B.....  Lakeside, CA 92040.........       908304

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13. Fireworks by Grucci, Inc.............  20 Pinehurst Drive.........  Bellport, NY 11713.........       324490
14. Legal Aluminum King Mfg., Ltd. dba     700 E Van Buren Street.....  Mitchell, IA 50461.........       420413
 Flashing.
15. Gateway Fireworks Displays...........  P.O. Box 39327.............  St Louis, MO 63139.........      1325301
16. Great Lakes Fireworks................  24805 Marine...............  Eastpointe, MI 48021.......      1011216
17. Hale Artificier, Inc.................  3185 East US Highway 64....  Lexington, NC 27292........       981325
18. Hamburg Fireworks Display, Inc.......  2240 Horns Mill Road SE....  Lancaster, OH..............       395079
19. Hawaii Explosives & Pyrotechnics, Inc  17-7850 N Kulani Road......  Mountain View, HI 96771....      1375918
20. Hollywood Pyrotechnics, Inc..........  1567 Antler Point..........  Eagan, MN 55122............      1061068
21. Mike Eicher, dba Homeland Fireworks,   5235 John Day Hwy..........  Jamieson, OR 97909.........      1377525
 Inc.
22. International Fireworks Mfg. Company.  242 Sycamore Road..........  Douglassville, PA 19518....       385065
23. J&J Computing dba Fireworks            174 Route 17 North.........  Rochelle Park, NJ 07662....      2064141
 Extravaganza.
24. J&M Displays, Inc....................  18064 170th Ave............  Yarmouth, IA 52660.........       377461
25. Johnny Rockets Fireworks Display       3240 Love Rock.............  Steger, IL 60475...........      1263181
 Company.
26. Lantis Fireworks, Inc................  130 Sodrac Dr., Box 229....  N Sioux City, SD 57049.....       534052
27. Las Vegas Display Fireworks, Inc.....  4325 West Reno Ave.........  Las Vegas, NV 89118........      3060878
28. Legion Fireworks Co., Inc............  10 Legion Lane.............  Wappingers Falls, NY 12590.       554391
29. Magic in the Sky, LLC................  27002 Campbellton Road.....  San Antonio, TX 78264......      2134163
30. Martin & Ware Inc. dba Pyro City       P.O. Box 322...............  Hallowell, ME 04347........       734974
 Maine & Central Maine Pyrotechnics.
31. Miand Inc. dba Planet Productions      P.O. Box 294, 3999 Hupp      Kingsbury, IN 46345........       777176
 (Mad Bomber) bBoBBomberBomber).            Road R31.
32. Melrose Pyrotechnics, Inc............  1 Kingsbury Industrial Park  Kingsbury, IN 46345........       434586
33. Montana Display Fireworks, Inc.......  9480 Inspiration Road......  Missoula, MT 59808.........      1030231
34. Pyro Shows, Inc......................  115 N 1st Street...........  LaFollette, TN 37766.......       456818
35. Pyro Shows of Alabama, Inc...........  3325 Poplar Lane...........  Adamsville, AL 35005.......      2859710
36. Pyro Shows of Texas, Inc.............  6601 9 Mile Azle Rd........  Fort Worth, TX 76135.......      2432196
37. Pyro Spectaculars, Inc...............  3196 N Locust Ave..........  Rialto, CA 92376...........       029329
38. Pyro Spectaculars North, Inc.........  5301 Lang Avenue...........  McClellan, CA 95652........      1671438
39. Pyrotechnic Display, Inc.............  8450 W St. Francis Rd......  Frankfort, IL 60423........      1929883
40. Pyrotecnico Fireworks Inc............  299 Wilson Rd..............  New Castle, PA 16105.......       526749
41. Pyrotecnico FX, LLC..................  6965 Speedway Blvd. Suite    Las Vegas, NV 89115........      1610728
                                            115.
42. Rainbow Fireworks, Inc...............  76 Plum Ave................  Inman, KS 67546............      1139643
43. RES Specialty Pyrotechnics dba RES     21595 286th St.............  Belle Plaine, MN 56011.....       523981
 Pyro.
44. RKM Fireworks Company................  27383 May St...............  Edwardsburg, MI 49112......      1273436
45. Rozzi's Famous Fireworks, Inc........  118 Karl Brown Way.........  Loveland, OH 45140.........      0483686
46. Santore's World Famous Fireworks, LLC  846 Stillwater Bridge Road.  Schaghticoke, NY 12154.....      2574135
47. Sky Wonder Pyrotechnics, LLC.........  3626 CR 203................  Liverpool, TX 77577........      1324580
48. Sorgi American Fireworks Michigan,     935 Wales Ridge Rd.........  Wales, MI 48027............     02475727
 LLC.
49. Southern Sky Fireworks, LLC..........  6181 Denham Rd.............  Sycamore, GA 31790-2603....      3168056
50. Spielbauer Fireworks Co, Inc.........  1976 Lane Road.............  Green Bay, WI 54311........       046479
51. Spirit of 76, LLC....................  6401 West Hwy 40...........  Columbia, MO 65202.........      2138948
52. Starfire Corporation.................  682 Cole Road..............  Carrolltown, PA 15722......       554645
53. Vermont Fireworks Co., dba Northstar   2235 Vermont Route 14 South  East Montpelier, VT 05651..       310632
 Fireworks Co., Inc.
54. Wald & Company All American Display    16004 South State 291        Greenwood, MO 64034........        87079
 Fireworks Company.                         Highway.
55. Western Display Fireworks, Ltd.......  10946 S New Era Rd.........  Canby, OR 97013............       498941
56. Western Enterprises, Inc.............  13513 W Carrier Rd.........  Carrier, OK 73727..........       203517
57. Wolverine Fireworks Display, Inc.....  205 W Seidlers.............  Kawkawlin, MI..............       376857
58. Young Explosives Corp................  2165 New Michigan Rd.......  Canandaigua, NY 14618......       450304
59. Zambelli Fireworks MFG, Co., Inc.....  120 Marshall Drive.........  Warrendale, PA 15086.......       033167
60. ZY Pyrotechnics, LLC dba Skyshooter    1014 Slocum Road...........  Wapwallopen, PA 18660......      2149202
 Displays, Inc.
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