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Geographic Boundaries of Customs Brokerage, Cartage, and Lighterage Districts

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AGENCY:

Customs Service, Department of the Treasury.

ACTION:

General notice.

SUMMARY:

This document informs the public of the geographic areas covered for purposes of customs broker permits and for certain cartage and lighterage purposes where the word “district” appears in the Customs Regulations.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Gina Grier, Office of Regulations and Rulings (202) 927-2320.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Background

In Treasury Decisions 95-77 and 95-78 published in the Federal Register on September 27, 1995, at 60 FR 50008 and 60 FR 50020, respectively, Customs amended its regulations to reflect its new organizational structure. Concerning this reorganization, Customs pointed out that, although the concepts of districts and regions would, for the most part, be eliminated, they would still exist for certain limited purposes concerning customs broker permits and cartage and lighterage licensing. In addition, in the same issue of the Federal Register Customs published a general notice (60 FR 49971) that informed the public of the geographic areas covered for purposes of those customs broker permit and cartage and lighterage licensing purposes where the word “district” appears in the Customs Regulations. This document republishes the information contained in that 1995 notice.

In the table set forth below, which is arranged alphabetically by State or other geographic location, each of the service ports listed in the left column represents a “district” for purposes of §§ 111.1 and 112.1 of the Customs Regulations (19 CFR 111.1 and 112.1), and the ports of entry listed to the right of each service port represent the ports within that “district.”

Service portsPorts of entry
Alabama
MobileBirmingham. Gulfport, MS. Huntsville. Mobile. Pascagoula, MS.
Alaska
AnchorageAlcan. Anchorage. Dalton Cache. Fairbanks. Juneau. Ketchikan. Sitka. Skagway. Valdez. Wrangell.
Arizona
NogalesDouglas. Lukeville. Naco. Nogales. Phoenix. San Luis. Sasabe. Start Printed Page 14012
Tucson.
California
Los AngelesLos Angeles-Long Beach. LAX. Las Vegas, NV. Port Hueneme. Port San Luis.
San Diego. Andrade. Calexico. Tecate.
San Francisco. Eureka. Fresno. Reno, NV. San Francisco-Oakland.
District of Columbia
DullesAlexandria, VA. Dulles, VA.
Florida
MiamiKey West. Miami. Port Everglades. West Palm Beach.
Tampa. Boca Grande. Fernandina Beach. Jacksonville. Orlando. Panama City. Pensacola. Port Canaveral. Port Manatee. St. Petersburg. Tampa.
Georgia
SavannahAtlanta. Brunswick. Savannah.
Hawaii
HonoluluHilo. Honolulu. Kahului Nawilliwili-Port Allen.
Illinois
ChicagoChicago. Davenport, IA-Moline and Rock Island. Des Moines, IA. Omaha NE. Peoria. Rockford.
Louisiana
New OrleansBaton Rouge. Chattanooga, TN. Gramercy. Greenville, MS. Knoxville, TN. Lake Charles. Little Rock-North Little Rock, AR. Memphis, TN. Morgan City. Nashville, TN. New Orleans. Shreveport-Bossier City. Vicksburg, MS.
Maine
PortlandBangor. Bar Harbor. Bath. Belfast. Bridgewater. Calais. Eastport. Fort Fairfield. Fort Kent. Houlton. Jackman. Jonesport. Limestone. Madawaska. Portland. Portsmouth, NH. Rockland. Van Buren. Vanceboro.
Maryland
BaltimoreAnnapolis.
Baltimore.
Cambridge.
Massachusetts
BostonBoston.
Bridgeport, CT.
Fall River.
Gloucester.
Hartford, CT.
Lawrence.
New Bedford.
New Haven, CT.
New London, CT.
Plymouth.
Salem.
Springfield.
Worcester.
Michigan
DetroitBattle Creek.
Detroit.
Grand Rapids.
Muskegon.
Port Huron.
Saginaw-Bay City-Flint.
Sault Ste. Marie.
Minnesota
DuluthAshland, WI.
Duluth and Superior, WI.
Grand Portage.
International Falls-Ranier.
Minneapolis.Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Missouri
St. LouisKansas, City
St. Joseph.
St. Louis.
St. Wichita.
Montana
Great FallsButte.
Del Bonita.
Denver, CO.
Eastport, ID.
Great Falls.
Morgan.
Opheim.
Piegan.
Porthill, ID.
Raymond.
Roosville.
Salt Lake City, UT.
Scobey.
Sweetgrass.
Turner.
Whitetail.
Whitlash.
New York
BuffaloBuffalo-Niagara Falls.
Oswego.
Rochester.
Sodus Point.
Syracuse.
Utica.
ChamplainAlexandria Bay.
Cape Vincent.
Champlain-Rouses Point.
Clayton.
Massena.
Ogdensburg.
Trout River.
JFK/New York/NewarkAlbany.
New York/Newark, NJ.
JFK.
Perth Amboy, NJ.
North Carolina
CharlotteBeaufort-Morehead City.
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Charlotte.
Durham.
Reidsville.
Wilmington.
Winston-Salem.
North Dakota
PembinaAmbrose.
Antler.
Baudette, MN.
Carbury.
Dunseith.
Fortuna.
Hannah.
Hansboro.
Maida.
Neche.
Noonan.
Northgate.
Noyes, MN.
Pembina.
Pinecreek, MN.
Portal.
Roseau, MN.
Sarles.
Sherwood.
St. John.
Walhalla.
Warroad, MN.
Westhope.
Ohio
ClevelandAshtabula/Conneaut.
Cincinnati-Lawrenceburg, IN.
Cleveland.
Columbus.
Dayton.
Erie, PA.
Indianapolis, IN.
Louisville, KY.
Owensboro, KY-Evansville, IN.
Toledo-Sandusky.
Oregon
PortlandAstoria.
Boise, ID.
Coos Bay.
Longview.
Newport.
Portland
Pennsylvania
PhiladelphiaHarrisburg.
Lehigh Valley.
Philadelphia-Chester, PA and Wilmington, DE.
Pittsburgh.
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
Puerto Rico
San JuanAquadilla.
Fajardo.
Guanica.
Humacao.
Jobos.
Mayaguez.
Ponce.
San Juan.
Rhode Island
ProvidenceNewport.
Providence.
South Carolina
CharlestonCharleston.
Columbia.
Georgetown.
Greenville-Spartenburg.
Texas
DallasAmarillo.
Austin.
Dallas/Fort Worth.
Lubbock.
Oklahoma City, OK.
San Antonio.
Tulsa, OK.
El PasoAlbuquerque, NM.
Columbus, NM.
El Paso.
Fabens.
Presidio.
Santa Teresa, NM.
HoustonHouston-Galveston.
Port Arthur *Port Arthur.
LaredoBrownsville.
Del Rio.
Eagle Pass.
Hidalgo.
Laredo.
Progreso.
Rio Grande City.
Roma.
Vermont
St. AlbansBeecher Falls.
Burlington.
Derby Line.
Highgate Springs-Alburg.
Norton.
Richford.
St. Albans.
Virginia
NorfolkCharleston, WV.
Front Royal.
Norfolk-Newport News.
Richmond-Petersburg.
Virgin Islands, U.S.
Charlotte AmalieCharlotte Amalie, St. Thomas.
Christiansted, St. Croix.
Coral Bay, St. John.
Cruz Bay, St. John.
Frederiksted, St. Croix.
Washington
SeattleAberdeen.
Blaine.
Boundary.
Danville.
Ferry.
Frontier.
Laurier.
Lynden.
Metaline Falls.
Nighthawk.
Oroville.
Point Roberts.
Puget Sound.
Spokane.
Sumas.
Wisconsin
MilwaukeeGreen Bay.
Manitowoc.
Marinette.
Milwaukee.
Racine.
Sheboygan.
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Dated: March 9, 2000.

Stuart P. Seidel,

Assistant Commissioner, Office of Regulations and Rulings.

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[FR Doc. 00-6263 Filed 3-14-00; 8:45 am]

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