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76454 Federal Register / Vol. 70, No.

247 / Tuesday, December 27, 2005 / Notices

on the impact of ammonia emissions on EPA, the liability release in the Federal Reserve may not conduct or
public health and the environment from proposed Agreement is contingent on sponsor, and the respondent is not
poultry operations. The Agency is also the Respondent certifying that it is in required to respond to, an information
interested in hearing from State compliance with all relevant collection that has been extended,
Emergency Planning Commissions requirements of the CAA, CERCLA, and revised, or implemented on or after
(SERC) and Local Emergency Planning EPCRA. In return, Respondents receive October 1, 1995, unless it displays a
Committees (LEPCs) about the a release and covenant not to sue for the currently valid OMB control number.
usefulness of release reports that are specific violations identified by FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
required under EPCRA and its applying the relevant emissions- Federal Reserve Board Clearance Officer
implementing regulations (40 CFR estimating methodologies as long as the –– Michelle Long –– Division of
355—Emergency Planning and participating animal agricultural Research and Statistics, Board of
Notification). operations comply with all of their Governors of the Federal Reserve
obligations under the Agreement. System, Washington, DC 20551 (202–
B. What Efforts Are the Agency The AFO Air Compliance Agreement
Currently Pursuing To Evaluate 452–3829).
is an important part of EPA’s strategy to OMB Desk Officer –– Mark Menchik
Emissions From Poultry Operations? address air emissions from AFOs. In –– Office of Information and Regulatory
Currently, the Agency does not have addition to resolving the compliance Affairs, Office of Management and
any reliable data regarding emissions status of AFOs under the relevant Budget, New Executive Office Building,
from the poultry operations industry statutes, it will provide critical data that Room 10235, Washington, DC 20503, or
that it could use to properly evaluate will allow EPA to quantify emissions e-mail to mmenchik@omb.eop.gov.
this petition; however, the Agency is coming from AFOs (including poultry
currently evaluating applications from operations) and, if necessary, to identify Final approval under OMB delegated
the animal agricultural industry for appropriate regulatory and authority of the extension for three
participation in the Agency’s Animal nonregulatory responses for controlling years, without revision, of the following
Feeding Operations (AFO)/Consent those emissions. reports:
Agreement and Final Order (CAFO) that 1. Report title: Recordkeeping and
will enable the Agency to collect C. What Is the Agency Intending To Do
With the Scientific Data Received From Disclosure Requirements Associated
emissions data from the industry. with Loans Secured by Real Estate
On January 31, 2005, EPA published the Public?
Located in Flood Hazard Areas Pursuant
a notice in the Federal Register (70 FR The Agency intends to consider the to Section 208.25 of Regulation H.
4958) offering animal agricultural scientific data that it receives from the Agency form number: Reg H–2.
operations an opportunity to sign the public in its evaluation of this petition. OMB control number: 7100–0280.
voluntary Consent Agreement, which Once the Agency has made its decision Frequency: Event–generated.
among other things establishes a it will issue a notice that provides its Reporters: State member banks.
monitoring study for emissions at such rationale to either grant or deny the Annual reporting hours: 122,413
operations. The need for the monitoring petition. hours.
study was based on a National Academy Dated: December 20, 2005. Estimated average hours per response:
of Sciences (NAS) review and Thomas P. Dunne,
Notice of special flood hazards to
evaluation of EPA and the U.S. borrowers and servicers, 0.08 hours;
Acting Assistant Administrator, Office of
Department of Agriculture’s scientific Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
notice to the Federal Emergency
basis for estimating emissions of various Management Agency (FEMA) of
[FR Doc. E5–7869 Filed 12–23–05; 8:45 am]
air pollutants from AFOs. The NAS servicer, 0.08 hours; notice to FEMA of
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issued a final report in February, 2003 change of servicer, 0.08 hours; and
concluding that scientifically sound and retention of standard FEMA form, 0.04
practical protocols for measuring air hours.
emissions from AFOs needed to be FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Number of respondents: 910.
developed. The NAS also found that General description of report: This
existing methodologies for estimating Agency Information Collection information collection is mandatory (12
air emissions from AFOs are generally Activities: Announcement of Board U.S.C. 248(a)(1)). Because the Federal
inadequate because of the limited data Approval Under Delegated Authority Reserve does not collect any of FEMA
and site specific factors on which they and Submission to OMB forms this information collection is not
are based. In response to the 2003 NAS AGENCY: Board of Governors of the given confidential treatment. However,
report, EPA began revising the Federal Reserve System. should any of these records come into
conceptual enforcement agreement to SUMMARY: Background the possession of the Federal Reserve,
specifically address the data and Notice is hereby given of the final such information may be protected from
emission-estimating methodology approval of proposed information disclosure by exemption 4 and 6 of the
needs, thus beginning to address the collections by the Board of Governors of Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C.
needs cited by the NAS, and the Federal Reserve System (Board) 552(b)(4) and (b)(6)).
determining AFO regulatory under OMB delegated authority, as per Abstract: Regulation H requires state
responsibility under the CAA, CERCLA, 5 CFR 1320.16 (OMB Regulations on member banks to notify a borrower and
and EPCRA. This resulting monitoring Controlling Paperwork Burdens on the servicer when loans secured by real
study will lead to the development of Public). Board–approved collections of estate are determined to be in a special
methodologies for estimating emissions information are incorporated into the flood hazard area and notify them
from AFOs and will allow Respondents official OMB inventory of currently whether flood insurance is available;
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to determine and comply with their approved collections of information. notify FEMA of the identity of, and any
regulatory responsibilities under the Copies of the OMB 83–Is and supporting change of, the servicer of a loan secured
CAA, CERCLA, and EPCRA. statements and approved collection of by real estate in a special flood hazard
Once applicable emission-estimating information instrument(s) are placed area; and retain a completed copy of the
methodologies have been published by into OMB’s public docket files. The Standard Flood Hazard Determination

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Form used to determine whether FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Lakewood Bank, N.A., Baxter,
property securing a loan is in a special Minnesota.
flood hazard area. Formations of, Acquisitions by, and
Mergers of Bank Holding Companies In addition, Applicant will retain its
2. Report title: Recordkeeping, indirect 17.11 percent ownership in
Reporting, and Disclosure Requirements The companies listed in this notice Union Bancshares, Inc., Fargo, North
in Connection with Regulation BB have applied to the Board for approval, Dakota, and thereby indirectly retain
(Community Reinvestment Act). pursuant to the Bank Holding Company ownership in Union State Bank of
Agency form number: Reg BB. Act of 1956 (12 U.S.C. 1841 et seq.) Fargo, Fargo, North Dakota.
(BHC Act), Regulation Y (12 CFR part
OMB control number: 7100–0197. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
225), and all other applicable statutes System, December 21, 2005.
Frequency: Annually. and regulations to become a bank Jennifer J. Johnson,
Reporters: State member banks. holding company and/or to acquire the
Secretary of the Board.
assets or the ownership of, control of, or
Annual reporting hours: 85,234 hours. [FR Doc. E5–7837 Filed 12–23–05; 8:45 am]
the power to vote shares of a bank or
Estimated average hours per response: bank holding company and all of the BILLING CODE 6210–01–S
Recordkeeping Requirement, small banks and nonbanking companies
business and small farm loan register, owned by the bank holding company,
219 hours. Optional Recordkeeping including the companies listed below. GENERAL SERVICES
Requirements, consumer loan data, 326 The applications listed below, as well ADMINISTRATION
hours; other loan data, 25 hours. as other related filings required by the
Reporting Requirements, assessment Establishment of a Transaction Fee for
Board, are available for immediate transportation services provided for
area delineation, 2 hours; small business inspection at the Federal Reserve Bank the GSA, Office of Global Supply (FL).
and small farm loan data, 8 hours; indicated. The application also will be
community development loan data, 13 available for inspection at the offices of AGENCY: Federal Acquisition Service,
hours; and HMDA out of MSA loan the Board of Governors. Interested GSA.
data, 253 hours. Optional Reporting persons may express their views in ACTION: Notice requesting comments;
Requirements, data on lending by a writing on the standards enumerated in Extension of comment period.
consortium or third party, 17 hours; the BHC Act (12 U.S.C. 1842(c)). If the
affiliate lending data, 38 hours; strategic proposal also involves the acquisition of SUMMARY: GSA is extending the
plan, 275 hours; and request for a nonbanking company, the review also comment period ten days for its
designation as a wholesale or limited includes whether the acquisition of the proposal to change the Freight
purpose bank, 4 hours. Disclosure nonbanking company complies with the Management Program (FMP), Standard
standards in section 4 of the BHC Act Tender of Service (STOS), to establish a
Requirement, public file, 10 hours.
(12 U.S.C. 1843). Unless otherwise transaction fee for transportation
Number of respondents: 914. services provided to the Eastern
noted, nonbanking activities will be
Abstract: This submission covers an conducted throughout the United States. Distribution Center (EDC), Burlington,
extension of the Federal Reserve’s Additional information on all bank NJ, Western Distribution Center (WDC),
currently approved information holding companies may be obtained French Camp, CA, and the National
collections in their CRA regulations (12 from the National Information Center Industries for the Blind (NIB) and
CFR part 228). The submission involves Web site at http://www.ffiec.gov/nic/. National Industries for the Severely
no change to the regulation or to the Unless otherwise noted, comments Handicapped (NISH). The proposed
information collection. regarding each of these applications transaction fee of 4% of the total
must be received at the Reserve Bank transportation charges will be deducted
The Federal Reserve System needs the
indicated or the offices of the Board of from transportation service provider
information collected to fulfill their (TSP) invoices prior to payment via the
obligations under the CRA (12 U.S.C. Governors not later than January 20,
2006. GSA Transportation Management
2901 et seq.) to evaluate and assign Services Solution (TMSS). The notice
ratings to the performance of was previously published in the Federal
institutions, in connection with helping A. Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Register at 70 FR 73248, December 9,
to meet the credit needs of their (Glenda Wilson, Community Affairs 2005.
communities, including low– and Officer) 411 Locust Street, St. Louis,
Missouri 63166-2034: DATES: The comment period has been
moderate–income neighborhoods,
consistent with safe and sound banking 1. FMS Bancorp, Inc., Poplar Bluff, extended. Please submit comments by
practices. The Federal Reserve System Missouri; to acquire 100 percent of the January 23, 2005.
uses the information in the examination voting shares of First Missouri State ADDRESSES: Mail comments to General
process and in evaluating applications Bank of Cape County, Cape Girardeau, Services Administration, Federal
for mergers, branches, and certain other Missouri (in organization). Acquisition Service, Travel and
corporate activities. Financial B. Federal Reserve Bank of Transportation Management Division
institutions maintain and provide the Minneapolis (Jacqueline G. King, (FBL), 1901 South Bell Street, Crystal
information to the Federal Reserve Community Affairs Officer) 90 Mall Building 4, Room 812, Arlington,
System. Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, VA 22202, Attention: Ms. Mary Anne
Minnesota 55480-0291: Sykes (Re: Federal Register comments)
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms.
System, December 21, 2005. 1. BlackRidge Financial, Inc., Fargo,
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North Dakota; to become a bank holding Mary Anne Sykes, Transportation


Jennifer J. Johnson Programs Branch, by telephone at 703
company by acquiring 100 percent of
Secretary of the Board. the voting shares of Valley Bancshares, 605–2889 or by e-mail at
[FR Doc. E5–7836 Filed 12–23–05; 8:45 am] Inc., Nisswa, Minnesota, and thereby transportation.programs@gsa.gov.
BILLING CODE 6210–01–S indirectly acquire voting shares of

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