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137 / Tuesday, July 18, 2006 / Notices

the criteria and NAAQS for ozone. This received on those plans have been nonbanking company complies with the
review includes preparation of two key considered in developing the draft standards in section 4 of the BHC Act
documents, the Air Quality Criteria for Exposure Analysis, Risk Assessment (12 U.S.C. 1843). Unless otherwise
Ozone and Related Photochemical and Environmental Assessment noted, nonbanking activities will be
Oxidants (‘‘Criteria Document’’) and a technical support documents being conducted throughout the United States.
related ‘‘Staff Paper.’’ The purpose of released at this time. The exposure Additional information on all bank
the Staff Paper is to evaluate the policy analysis, risk assessment, and holding companies may be obtained
implications of the key scientific and environmental assessment from the National Information Center
technical information contained in the methodologies and results are also website at www.ffiec.gov/nic/.
Criteria Document and identify critical discussed in the second Draft Staff Unless otherwise noted, comments
elements that EPA staff believe should Paper. regarding each of these applications
be considered in reviewing the NAAQS. The EPA is soliciting advice and must be received at the Reserve Bank
The Staff Paper is intended to ‘‘bridge recommendations from the CASAC by indicated or the offices of the Board of
the gap’’ between the scientific review means of a peer review of the second Governors not later than August 14,
contained in the Criteria Document and Draft Staff Paper and drafts of the 2006.
the public health and welfare policy Exposure Analysis, Risk Assessment, A. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
judgments required of the Administrator and Environmental Assessment at an (Richard Walker, Community Affairs
in reviewing the NAAQS. upcoming public meeting of the CASAC Officer) P.O. Box 55882, Boston,
In January 2005, a first external scheduled for August 24 and 25, 2006. Massachusetts 02106-2204:
review draft of the Criteria Document A Federal Register notice will inform 1. Fidelity Mutual Holding Company
was released by EPA for public review the public of the location of that and Life Design Holding Company, both
and comment and for review by the meeting. Following the CASAC meeting, of Fitchburg, Massachusetts; to become
CASAC of EPA’s Science Advisory EPA will consider comments received a bank holding company by acquiring
Board (70 FR 4850, January 31, 2005) at from CASAC and the public in Fidelity Co-Operative Bank, Fitchburg,
a public meeting held in May 2005. preparing a final Staff Paper and final Massachusetts.
Comments received from review of the Exposure Analysis, Risk Assessment, B. Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
first draft document were considered in and Environmental Assessment (Patrick M. Wilder, Assistant Vice
preparing the second draft Criteria technical support documents. President) 230 South LaSalle Street,
Document released for public review Chicago, Illinois 60690-1414:
and comment in August 2005 (70 FR Dated: July 13, 2006.
1. Oakland Financial Services, Inc.,
51810, August 31, 2005). Based on this Mary E. Henigin, Oakland, Iowa; to aquire up to 33.3
document, the first Draft Staff Paper was Acting Director, Office of Air Quality Planning percent of the non voting equity of Otoe
released in November 2005 (70 FR and Standards. County Bancorporation, Inc., Nebraska
69761, November 17, 2005), and [FR Doc. E6–11343 Filed 7–17–06; 8:45 am] City, and thereby indirectly acquire
reviewed at a public meeting on BILLING CODE 6560–50–P Otoe County Bank & Trust Company,
December 8, 2005. Based on the Nebraska City, Nebraska.
information contained in the final 2. Southwest Company, Sidney, Iowa;
Criteria Document, released in March FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM to acquire up to 33.3 percent of the non
2006 (71 FR 10030, February 28, 2006), voting equity of Otoe County
the second Draft Staff Paper includes Formations of, Acquisitions by, and Bancorporation, Inc., Nebraska City,
assessments and analyses related to: (1) Mergers of Bank Holding Companies Nebraska, and thereby indirectly acquire
Air quality characterization; (2) Otoe County Bank & Trust Company,
integration and evaluation of health The companies listed in this notice
have applied to the Board for approval, Nebraska City, Nebraska.
information; (3) exposure analysis; (4)
pursuant to the Bank Holding Company Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
health risk assessment; and (5)
Act of 1956 (12 U.S.C. 1841 et seq.) System, July 13, 2006
evaluation of information on vegetation
(BHC Act), Regulation Y (12 CFR part Robert deV. Frierson,
damage and other welfare effects. The
second Draft Staff Paper contains staff 225), and all other applicable statutes Deputy Secretary of the Board.
conclusions and options with respect to and regulations to become a bank [FR Doc. E6–11322 Filed 7–17–06; 8:45 am]
possible retention or revision of the holding company and/or to acquire the BILLING CODE 6210–01–S
current primary (health-based) and assets or the ownership of, control of, or
secondary (welfare-based) standards and the power to vote shares of a bank or
identifies alternative standards for bank holding company and all of the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
consideration by the Administrator. banks and nonbanking companies
The draft Exposure Analysis, Risk owned by the bank holding company, Sunshine Act Meeting
Assessment and Environmental including the companies listed below. AGENCY HOLDING THE MEETING: Board of
Assessment technical support The applications listed below, as well Governors of the Federal Reserve
documents describe and present the as other related filings required by the System.
results from an ozone exposure analysis Board, are available for immediate
TIME AND DATE: 11:30 a.m., Monday, July
and health risk assessment in several inspection at the Federal Reserve Bank
24, 2006.
urban areas, and the impact of ozone on indicated. The application also will be
the environment. Draft plans upon available for inspection at the offices of PLACE: Marriner S. Eccles Federal
which these assessments are based, the the Board of Governors. Interested Reserve Board Building, 20th and C
Ozone Health Assessment Plan: Scope persons may express their views in Streets, NW., Washington, DC 20551.
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and Methods for Exposure Analysis and writing on the standards enumerated in STATUS: Closed.
Risk Assessment and the Scope and the BHC Act (12 U.S.C. 1842(c)). If the MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED:
Methods for Environmental Assessment proposal also involves the acquisition of 1. Personnel actions (appointments,
Plan, were previously reviewed by a nonbanking company, the review also promotions, assignments,
CASAC and the public. Comments includes whether the acquisition of the reassignments, and salary actions)

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involving individual Federal Reserve send comments to Seleda Perryman, conditions. Participants in the treatment
System employees. CDC Assistant Reports Clearance condition, will be exposed to campaign
2. Any items carried forward from a Officer, 1600 Clifton Road, MS–D74, materials including radio
previously announced meeting. Atlanta, GA 30333 or send an e-mail to advertisements, a billboard, and an
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: omb@cdc.gov. informational booklet that will be
Michelle Smith, Director, or Dave Comments are invited on: (a) Whether distributed over the Internet. Thus the
Skidmore, Assistant to the Board, Office the proposed collection of information study participants’ exposure will occur
of Board Members at 202–452–2955. is necessary for the proper performance under controlled conditions, without
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: You may of the functions of the agency, including the distractions and variability of
call 202–452–3206 beginning at whether the information shall have potential exposure in the real world. As
approximately 5 p.m. two business days practical utility; (b) the accuracy of the part of the advertisement stimuli
before the meeting for a recorded agency’s estimate of the burden of the package, the billboard advertisement
announcement of bank and bank proposed collection of information; (c) will appear as part of the online log-in
holding company applications ways to enhance the quality, utility, and for each stimuli session in order to
scheduled for the meeting; or you may clarity of the information to be simulate the appearance of a sign.
contact the Board’s Web site at http:// collected; and (d) ways to minimize the Therefore, we do not estimate any
www.federalreserve.gov for an electronic burden of the collection of information additional burden for exposure to the
announcement that not only lists on respondents, including through the billboard advertisement.
applications, but also indicates use of automated collection techniques
or other forms of information Key outcomes related to the HTSMC
procedural and other information about will be measured in two follow-up
the meeting. technology. Written comments should
be received within 60 days of this surveys. The first follow-up survey will
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve notice. occur 2 weeks after the baseline survey.
System, July 14, 2006. The second follow-up survey will occur
Robert deV. Frierson, Proposed Project 6 weeks after the baseline survey.
Deputy Secretary of the Board. Evaluation of the HIV Testing Social Comparisons of changes in these
[FR Doc. 06–6351 Filed 7–14–06; 2:44 pm] Marketing Campaign (HTSMC)—New— outcomes would then be made between
BILLING CODE 6210–01–S National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral participants in the treatment and control
Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention conditions. Findings from this study
(NCHHSTP), Coordinating Center for will be used by CDC and its partners to
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND Infectious Diseases (CCID), Centers for inform current and future program
HUMAN SERVICES Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). activities.
Background and Brief Description We expect a total of 1,630 participants
Centers for Disease Control and to complete the baseline survey. The
Prevention This project involves the evaluation of
the HIV Testing Social Marketing 1,630 participants who complete the
[60Day-06–06BL] Campaign (HTSMC), a CDC-sponsored baseline survey will be randomly
social marketing campaign aimed at assigned to the treatment or control
Proposed Data Collections Submitted condition. 815 participants (the
increasing HIV testing rates among
for Public Comment and treatment condition) will be exposed to
young, single, African American
Recommendations the radio ad and booklet. Of the 1,630
women. The CDC has designed an
In compliance with the requirement efficacy study to evaluate the HTSMC participants who completed the baseline
of section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the and its messages under controlled survey, we expect 1,140 to complete the
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 for conditions. The study entails selecting a first follow-up survey. Of the 1,140 who
opportunity for public comment on sample of single African American complete the first follow-up survey, we
proposed data collection projects, the females, ages 18 to 34, with less than 4 expect 800 to complete the second
Centers for Disease Control and years of college education and collecting follow-up survey, which will have fewer
Prevention (CDC) will publish periodic baseline data on their knowledge, questions than the first follow-up survey
summaries of proposed projects. To attitudes, beliefs, intentions, and because it will only pertain to questions
request more information on the behaviors related to HIV testing. The about behavior change and selected
proposed projects or to obtain a copy of study represents an ‘‘efficacy’’ behavioral intentions.
the data collection plans and methodology in that participants will be There are no costs to the respondents
instruments, call 404–639–5960 and divided into treatment and control other than their time.

ESTIMATED ANNUALIZED BURDEN HOURS


Average
Responses Total
Number of burden per
Respondents per burden
respondents response (in
respondent hours
hours)

Baseline survey ............................................................................................................. 1,630 1 15/60 408


Radio ad stimuli viewing ............................................................................................... 815 1 18/60 245
Booklet reading ............................................................................................................. 815 1 15/60 204
Follow-up survey 1 ........................................................................................................ 1,140 1 15/60 285
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Follow-up survey 2 ........................................................................................................ 800 1 5/60 67

Total ....................................................................................................................... .................... .................... ...................... 1,209

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