Safety Standard for Bassinets and Cradles 16 CFR Part 1218, Notice of  Reopening of Comment Period to

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Federal Register/Vol. 75, No. 138/Tuesday, July 20, 2010/Proposed Rules 42017 fill out, endorse and file the required that would be affected, the economic Availability of Rulemaking Documents paperwork. As such, the cost for a one- impact of the proposed regulation on You can get an electronic copy of year period would be $94 (1 hour × $94 these small entities, and whether there rulemaking documents using the per hour). are any less burdensome alternatives Internet by— In addition to the paperwork that that still meet the agency’s statutory 1. Searching the Federal eRulemaking would be required as a result of this objectives. Portal (http://www.regulations.gov); proposal, it is expected that some flight 2. Visiting the FAA’s Regulations and Additional Information operations would not be authorized. Policies web page at http:// Without authorization from the FAA to Comments Invited www.faa.gov/regulations_policies; or conduct these flights, the operator’s The FAA invites interested persons to 3. Accessing the Government Printing inability to conduct such operations participate in this rulemaking by Office’s web page at http:// would result in a significant economic submitting written comments, data, or www.gpoaccess.gov/fr/index.html. impact. views. The most helpful comments will You can also get a copy by sending a The FAA has used Department of reference a specific portion of the request to the Federal Aviation Transportation Form 41 data for the ...

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fill out, endorse and file the requiredthat would be affected, the economicAvailability of Rulemaking Documents paperwork. As such, the cost for a oneimpact of the proposed regulation on You can get an electronic copy of year period would be $94 (1 hour×$94 thesesmall entities, and whether there rulemaking documents using the per hour).are any less burdensome alternatives Internet by— In addition to the paperwork thatthat still meet the agency’s statutory 1. Searching the Federal eRulemaking would be required as a result of this objectives. Portal (http://www.regulations.gov); proposal, it is expected that some flight Additional Information2. Visiting the FAA’s Regulations and operations would not be authorized. Policies web page athttp:// Without authorization from the FAA to Comments Invited www.faa.gov/regulations_policies; or conduct these flights, the operator’s The FAA invites interested persons to3. Accessing the Government Printing inability to conduct such operations participate in this rulemaking byOffice’s web page athttp:// would result in a significant economic submitting written comments, data, orwww.gpoaccess.gov/fr/index.html. impact. views. The most helpful comments willYou can also get a copy by sending a The FAA has used Department of reference a specific portion of therequest to the Federal Aviation Transportation Form 41 data for the Supplemental Regulatory FlexibilityAdministration, Office of Rulemaking, total operating revenue per flight for Analysis or related rulemakingARM–1, 800 Independence Avenue, international cargo operations of U.S. document, explain the reason for anySW., Washington, DC 20591, or by Operators. In 2009, the reported median recommended change, and includecalling (202) 267–9680. Make sure to revenue estimate was approximately supporting data. To ensure the docketidentify the docket or SFAR number of $70,000 per flight, although the profit does not contain duplicate comments,this rulemaking. would be substantially less. As the please submit a single copy of yourYou may access all documents the number of flights currently operating written or electronic comments only oneFAA considered in developing the would continue for the foreseeable time. proposedrule, including economic future, operators who eliminate flights All comments we receive will be filedanalyses and technical reports, from the as a result of the proposed rule would in the docket, as well as a reportinternet through the Federal incur a significant economic loss. The summarizing each substantive publiceRulemaking Portal referenced in proposal would affect‘‘more than just a contact with FAA personnel concerningparagraph (1). few’’operators who fly in Afghanistan. the proposed rulemaking. Before acting As such, we believe flights would beIssued in Washington, DC, on July 15, on the proposal, we will consider all 2010. eliminated for a substantial number of comments we receive on or before the operators.Pamela HamiltonPowell, closing date for comments. We will The requirements of this proposalDirector, Office of Rulemaking. consider comments filed after the would have a significant economic [FR Doc. 2010–17762 Filed 7–19–10; 8:45 am] comment period has closed if it is impact on a substantial number of small BILLING CODE 4910–13–P possible to do so without incurring entities. expense or delay. We may make changes 5. Relevant federal rules that may to the proposal in light of the comments duplicate, overlap, or conflict with the CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY we receive. proposed rule. COMMISSION The FAA is unaware that the rule Proprietary or Confidential Business would overlap, duplicate, or conflict Information 16 CFR Part 1218 with existing federal rules. Do not file in the docket information 6. Significant AlternativesRIN 3041–AC81 that you consider to be proprietary or Considered. confidential business information. Send Maintain the status quo:Continue toSafety Standard for Bassinets and or deliver this information directly to allow all flights to occur withoutCradles the person identified in theFOR FURTHERrequiring steps to manage the risks to AGENCY:Consumer Product Safety INFORMATION CONTACTsection of this these operations from insurgent activity Commission. document. You must mark the or an approval or exemption from the information that you considerACTION:Notice of reopening of comment FAA. The FAA is responsible for both theproprietary or confidential. If you sendperiod. safety of flight in the United States andthe information on a disk or CD–ROM, SUMMARY:The Consumer Product Safety for the safety of U.S.registered aircraftmark the outside of the disk or CD–ROM Commission (‘‘CPSC’’or‘‘Commission’’) and U.S. operators throughout theand also identify electronically within is reopening the comment period for its world. The FAA rejected this alternativethe disk or CD–ROM the specific proposed rule on the Safety Standard for and has not identified any significantinformation that is proprietary or Bassinets and Cradles. The reopened alternatives to the proposed rule whichconfidential. comment period will expire on accomplish the stated objectives ofUnder 14 CFR 11.35(b), when we are September 10, 2010. applicable statutes and which minimizeaware of proprietary information filed DATES:Written comments in response to any significant economic impact of thewith a comment, we do not place it in this document must be received by the proposed rule on small entities.the docket. We hold it in a separate file The FAA has determined that theto which the public does not haveCommission no later than September 10, proposed rule would have a significantaccess, and we place a note in the2010. economic impact on a substantialdocket that we have received it. If weADDRESSES:You may submit comments, number of small entities. Therefore, wereceive a request to examine or copyidentified by Docket No. CPSC–2010– have prepared the above Supplementalthis information, we treat it as any other0028, by any of the following methods: Regulatory Flexibility Analysis. Werequest under the Freedom of Electronic Submissions solicit comments on this determination.Information Act (5 U.S.C. 552). We We also solicit comments on theprocess such a request under the DOTSubmit electronic comments in the analysis of the number of small entitiesprocedures found in 49 CFR part 7.following way:Federal eRulemaking
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Portal: http://www.regulations.gov.public comment period which ended onin the area. Preliminary data available Follow the instructions for submittingJuly 12, 2010.for 2010 is consistent with continued comments. To ensure timely processingAlthough the NPR was posted on theattainment. EPA is also proposing to of comments, the Commission is noCPSC’s Web site at the same time it wasapprove, as a revision to the Michigan longer accepting comments submittedpublished in theFederal RegisterState Implementation Plan (SIP), the, the by electronic mail (email) exceptNPR was not posted on theState’s plan for maintaining the 8hour throughhttp://www.regulations.gov.ozone NAAQS through 2021 in the area.regulations.gov Web site until June 23, 2010. Additionally, after publication ofEPA is proposing to approve the 2005 Written Submissions the NPR, Commission staff met withemissions inventory submitted with the Submit written submissions in thevarious parties concerning test methodsredesignation request as meeting the following way:described in the NPR. The Commissioncomprehensive emissions inventory is placing summaries of those meetingsrequirement of the CAA for the Allegan Mail/Hand delivery/Courier (for paper into the administrative record. ToCounty area. Finally, EPA is proposing (preferably in five copies), disk, or CD– ensure that all interested parties haveto find adequate and approve the State’s ROM submissions), to:Office of the adequate notice of this NPR and the2021 Motor Vehicle Emission Budgets Secretary, Consumer Product Safety meeting summaries and the ability to(MVEBs) for the Allegan County area. Commission, Room 502, 4330 East West comment on them, the Commission isDATES: Highway, Bethesda, MD 20814;Comments must be received on reopening the docket to continue to telephone (301) 504–7923.or before August 19, 2010. receive public comments until Instructions:All submissions receivedADDRESSES:Submit your comments, September 10, 2010. must include the agency name andidentified by Docket ID No. EPA–R05– docket number for this rulemaking. AllDated: July 14, 2010.OAR–2010–0477, by one of the comments received may be postedTodd A. Stevenson,following methods: without change, including any personal1.http://www.regulations.gov:Follow Secretary, Consumer Product Safety identifiers, contact information, or otherCommission.the online instructions for submitting personal information provided, tocomments. [FR Doc. 2010–17596 Filed 7–19–10; 8:45 am] http://www.regulations.gov.2.Do notEmail: bortzer.jay@epa.gov. BILLING CODE 6355–01–P submit confidential business3.Fax:(312) 692–2054. information, trade secret information, or4.Mail:Jay Bortzer, Chief, Air other sensitive or protected informationPrograms Branch (AR–18J), U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION electronically; if furnished at all, suchEnvironmental Protection Agency, 77 AGENCY information should be submitted inWest Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, writing. Illinois60604. 40 CFR Parts 52 and 81 5.Hand delivery:Jay Bortzer, Chief, Docket:For access to the docket to [EPA–R05–OAR–2010–0477; FRL–9176–4] Air Programs Branch (AR–18J), U.S. read background comments or Environmental Protection Agency, 77 comments received, go tohttp:// Approval and Promulgation of West Jackson Boulevard, 18th floor, www.regulations.gov. Implementation Plans and Designation Chicago, Illinois 60604. Such deliveries of Areas for Air Quality Planning FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:For are only accepted during the Regional Purposes; Michigan; Redesignation of information about submitting Office normal hours of operation, and the Allegan County Area to Attainment comments, call or write to Rockelle special arrangements should be made for Ozone Hammond, Office of the Secretary, for deliveries of boxed information. The Consumer Product Safety Commission, AGENCY:Regional Office official hours ofEnvironmental Protection Bethesda, MD 20814; telephone (301) Agency (EPA).business are Monday through Friday, 504–6833. 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., excluding ACTION:Proposed rule. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:On AprilFederal holidays. 28, 2010, the Commission published aSUMMARY:EPA is proposing to approveInstructions:Direct your comments to notice of proposed rulemaking (‘‘NPR’’) Michigan’sDocket ID No. EPA–R05–OAR–2010–request to redesignate the in theFederal Registertitled,‘‘0477. EPA’s policy is that all commentsSafety AlleganCounty, Michigan 8hour ozone Standard for Bassinets and Cradles’’received will be included in the publicarea to attainment for the(75 nonattainment FR 22303). The Commission issued the1997 8hour ozone standard, becausedocket without change and may be NPR pursuant to section 104(b) of thethe request meets the statutorymade available online athttp:// Consumer Product Safety Improvementrequirements for redesignation underwww.regulations.gov,including any Act of 2008 (‘‘CPSIA’’) which requirespersonal information provided, unlessthe Clean Air Act (CAA). The Michigan the Commission to promulgateDepartment of Natural Resources andthe comment includes information consumer product safety standards forEnvironment (MDNRE) submitted thisclaimed to be Confidential Business durable infant or toddler products.request on May 24, 2010 andInformation (CBI) or other information These standards are to be‘‘it on June 16, 2010.whose disclosure is restricted by statute.substantially supplemented the same as’’This proposed approval involvesapplicable voluntaryDo not submit information that you standards or more stringent than theseveral related actions. EPA isconsider to be CBI or otherwise voluntary standard if the Commissionproposing to determine that the Alleganprotected throughhttp:// concludes that more stringentCounty area has attained the 8hourwww.regulations.govor email. The requirements would further reduce theozone National Ambient Air Qualityhttp://www.regulations.govWeb site is risk of injury associated with theStandard (NAAQS). This determinationan‘‘anonymous access’’system, which product. The NPR proposed a moreis based on three years of complete,means EPA will not know your identity stringent safety standard for bassinetsqualityassured ambient air qualityor contact information unless you and cradles that will further reduce themonitoring data for the 2007–2009provide it in the body of your comment. risk of injury associated with theseozone seasons that demonstrate that theIf you send an email comment directly products. The NPR provided a 75day8hour ozone NAAQS has been attainedto EPA without going throughhttp://
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