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Federal Register / Vol. 72, No.

88 / Tuesday, May 8, 2007 / Notices 26073

at 75 minutes (1.25 hours) for 8 (0.5 hours) for 240 respondents for one Local Education Agency Interview:
respondents for one response each. response each. Public burden for respondents of the
Local Education Agency Local Education Agency Survey: LEA Agency Interview is estimated at 60
Administrative Data Collection: Public Public burden for respondents of the minutes (1 hour) for 40 respondents for
burden for respondents of the Local LEA survey is estimated at 20 minutes one response each.
Education Agency administrative data (0.33 hours) for 240 respondents for one
collection is estimated at 30 minutes response each.

No. of
No. of Hours per
Description responses per Total hours
respondents response
respondent

State Child Nutrition Agency—Initial Interview ................................................ 8 1 3,500 28.00


State Child Nutrition Agency—Follow-up Interview ......................................... 8 1 2,500 20.00
State Medicaid Agency Interview .................................................................... 8 1 1,250 10.00
State Medicaid Agency Follow-up Interview .................................................... 8 1 1,250 10.00
Local Ed. Agency Administrative Data Collection ........................................... 240 1 0.500 120.00
Local Education Agency Survey ...................................................................... 240 1 0.333 80.00
Local Education Agency Survey Interview ...................................................... 40 1 1.000 40.00

Total .......................................................................................................... 256 ........................ ........................ 308.00

Estimated Number of Respondents: and Designated Federal Officer, at 605– identified within the EA will not result
256. 673–4853. in significant individual or cumulative
Estimated Number of Responses per impacts on the quality of the human
Michael D. Lloyd,
Respondent: 2.2 (average). environment, particularly when
District Ranger. focusing on the significant adverse
Estimated Total Annual Responses:
[FR Doc. 07–2259 Filed 5–7–05; 8:45 am] impacts that NEPA is intended to help
552.
Estimated Time per Response: 0.56. BILLING CODE 3410–11–M decision makers avoid and mitigate
Estimated Total Annual Burden on against. As a result of these findings,
Respondents: 308 hours. Ms. Margo L. Wallace (Connecticut), Ms.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Joyce Swartzendruber (Maine), Ms.
Dated: April 27, 2007. Christine Clarke (Massachusetts), Mr.
Nancy Mont Johner, Natural Resources Conservation
George Cleek, IV, (New Hampshire), Mr.
Acting Administrator, Food and Nutrition Service Ron Alvarado (New York), Ms. Roylene
Service. Rides at the Door (Rhode Island), and
Notice of Availability of Finding of No
[FR Doc. 07–2279 Filed 5–7–07; 8:45 am]
Significant Impact and Environmental Ms. Judith M. Doerner (Vermont), State
BILLING CODE 3410–30–M
Assessment for Use of NRCS Conservationists, have made a Finding
Conservation Practices To Address of No Significant Impact (FONSI) and
Natural Resource Concerns on Non- determined that the preparation and
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE review of an environmental impact
Federal Lands in the New England
States and New York statement are not required.
Forest Service
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms.
AGENCY: Natural Resources Joyce Swartzendruber, State
Notice of Resource Advisory Conservation Service, U.S. Department
Committee, Custer, SD Conservationist, Natural Resources
of Agriculture. Conservation Service, 967 Illinois
AGENCY: USDA Forest Service. ACTION: Notice of Availability of finding Avenue, Suite 3, Bangor, ME 04401.
ACTION: Notice of Meeting. of no significant impact and Telephone 207–990–9100 extension#3.
environmental assessment. Single copies of the EA or additional
SUMMARY: Pursuant to authorities in the information on matters related to this
SUMMARY: Pursuant to Section 102(2)(C) Federal Register Notice, may be
Federal Advisory Committee Act (Pub.
of the National Environmental Policy obtained by contacting Ms. Joyce
L. 92–463) and the Secure Rural Schools
Act of 1969, as amended; the Council of Swartzendruber at the above address or
and Community Self determination Act
Environmental Quality Guidelines (40 Web site at:
of 2000 (Pub. L. 106–393), the Black
CFR Part 650); and the Natural
Hills National Forest’s Custer County ftp://ftp-fc.sc.egov.usda.gov/ENTSC/
Resources Conservation Service
Resource Advisory Committee will meet Outgoing/FONSI_and_Regional_EA.pdf.
Regulations (7 CFR Part 650); the
on Thursday, June 7, 2007 in Custer, Comments can be posted online at the
Natural Resources Conservation Service,
South Dakota for a business meeting. www.regulations.gov Web site or mailed
U.S. Department of Agriculture, gives
The meeting is open to the public. to the above address. Comments must be
notice that an environmental assessment
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The (EA) has been prepared for the use of received no later than 30 days after this
business meeting on June 7, 2007, will NRCS conservation practices to address notice is published.
begin at 6 p.m. at the Black Hills natural resource concerns on non- DATES: To ensure consideration,
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National Forest Supervisor’s office at federal lands in the New England States comments on the EA and FONSI must
1019 N. 5th Street, Custer, South and New York. The environmental be received or post-marked on or before
Dakota. Agenda topics will include the assessment of this federally assisted 30 days from publication on this EA and
discussion of potential projects. action indicates that the provision of FONSI in the Federal Register.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: financial assistance to implement SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: No
Mike Lloyd, Hell Canyon District Ranger common conservation practices administrative action on

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