Department of Homeland Security January 12, 2005 – Federal Register Recent Federal Regulation Documents
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Security Zone; San Diego Bay, CA
The Coast Guard is expanding the geographical boundaries of the permanent security zone at Naval Base San Diego. This action is required to provide adequate area for the U.S. Navy to install an upgraded barrier system and provide the minimum required separation distances between the barrier and protected assets at Naval Station San Diego. The revised security zone will run adjacent to the navigation channel between Piers 14 and Pier 5. From the edge of the navigation channel west of Pier 5, the proposed security zone extends to a point 400 feet opposite of Pier 1. The existing security zone at Naval Station San Diego, implemented on April 15, 2003, does not provide adequate separation distance between protected vessels and the proposed barrier system.
Security Zone; Protection of Military Cargo, Captain of the Port Zone, Puget Sound, WA
The Coast Guard Captain of the Port Puget Sound published in the Federal Register of December 10, 2004, a final rule concerning security zones for the protection of military cargo loading and unloading operations in the navigable waters of Puget Sound. Wording in Sec. 165.1321(c)(3) is being corrected to fix a typographical error in the longitude of the first point listed in the security zone. This document makes this correction.
Safety Zone; Wantagh Parkway 3 Bridge Over the Sloop Channel, Town of Hempstead, NY
The Coast Guard is establishing a temporary safety zone in the waters surrounding the Wantagh Parkway Number 3 Bridge across the Sloop Channel in Town of Hempstead, New York. This zone is necessary to protect vessels transiting in the area from hazards imposed by construction barges and equipment. The barges and equipment are being utilized to construct a new bascule bridge over the Sloop Channel. Entry into this zone is prohibited unless authorized by the Captain of the Port Long Island Sound, New Haven, Connecticut.
Application for Recertification of Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council
Under the Oil Terminal and Oil Tanker Environmental Oversight and Monitoring Act of 1990, the Coast Guard may certify, on an annual basis, an alternative voluntary advisory group in lieu of a Regional Citizens' Advisory Council for Prince William Sound. The current certification for Prince William Sound Regional Citizens' Advisory Council (PWSRCAC) will expire February 28, 2005. This notice announces the procedures governing PWSRCAC's recertification for the period March 1, 2005 through February 28, 2006. This period falls under the comprehensive submission provision of 67 FR 58440. Accordingly, PWSRCAC must construct their submission in a format that both follows the order of, and answers the information specified in 57 FR 62600 guidelines.