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Weather Radio Transmitter Grant Program

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AGENCY:

Rural Utilities Service, USDA.

ACTION:

Notice of funds availability (NOFA).

SUMMARY:

The Rural Utilities Service announces a new grant program and the availability of grant funds under this program to finance the installation of new transmitters to extend the coverage of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Weather Radio system (NOAA Weather Radio) in rural America. The President of the United States and the United States Congress have made $5 million in grant funds available to facilitate the expansion of NOAA Weather Radio system coverage into rural areas that are not covered or are poorly covered at this time. This grant program will provide grant funds, on an expedited basis, for use in rural areas and communities of 50,000 or less inhabitants. Grant funds are available immediately and applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis until the appropriation is used in its entirety. Upon full utilization of the $5,000,000 appropriation, the Rural Utilities Service will publish a notice in the Federal Register notifying the public accordingly.

DATES:

Applications for grants will be accepted following publication of this notice and will be accepted until grants totaling $5 million in appropriations have been made. Comments regarding the information collection requirements under the Paperwork Reduction Act must be received on or before June 4, 2001, to be assured of consideration.

ADDRESSES:

Comments regarding the information collection requirements may be sent to F. Lamont Heppe, Jr., Director, Program Development and Regulatory Analysis, Rural Utilities Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1400 Independence Ave., SW., Stop 1522, Room 4034 South Building, Washington, DC 20250-1522.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Roberta D. Purcell, Assistant Administrator, Telecommunications Program, Rural Utilities Service, STOP 1590, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20250-1590, Telephone (202) 720-9554, Facsimile (202) 720-0810.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Information Collection and Recordkeeping Requirements

In accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. chapter 35), RUS invites comments on this information collection for which RUS intends to request approval from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). These requirements have been approved by emergency clearance under OMB Control Number 0572-0124.

Comments on this notice must be received by June 4, 2001.

Comments are invited on (a) whether the collection of information is necessary for the proper performance of the functions of the agency, including whether the information will have practical utility; (b) the accuracy of the agency's estimate of burden including the validity of the methodology and assumption used; (c) ways to enhance the quality, utility and clarity of the information to be collected; and (d) ways to minimize the burden of the collection of information on those who are to respond, including through the use of appropriate automated, electronic, mechanical, or other technological collection techniques or other forms of information technology.

Comments may be sent to F. Lamont Heppe, Jr., Director, Program Development and Regulatory Analysis, Rural Utilities Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1400 Independence Ave., SW., Stop 1522, Room 4034 South Building, Washington, D.C. 20250-1522.

Title: Weather Radio Transmitter Grant Program.

Type of Request: New collection.

Estimate of Burden: Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 5 hours per response.

Respondents: Not-for-profit institutions, State, Local or Tribal Government.

Estimated Number of Respondents: 60.

Estimated Number of Responses per Respondent: 1.

Estimated Total Annual Burden on Respondents: 5 hours.

Copies of this information collection can be obtained from Michele Brooks, Program Development and Regulatory Analysis, at (202) 690-1078.

All responses to this information collection and recordkeeping notice will be summarized and included in the Start Printed Page 17858request for OMB approval. All comments will also become a matter of public record.

General Information

The National Weather Service operates an All Hazards Early Warning System that alerts people in areas covered by its transmissions of approaching dangerous weather and other emergencies. The National Weather Service can typically provide warnings of specific weather dangers up to fifteen minutes prior to the event. At present, this system covers all major metropolitan areas and many smaller cities and towns; however, many rural areas lack NOAA Weather Radio coverage. This new grant authority is intended to improve coverage of NOAA Weather Radio in rural areas thereby promoting public safety and awareness.

Applications

Applications will be accepted as discussed previously in the “Dates” section. All interested parties are strongly encouraged to contact the Rural Utilities Service, USDA to discuss their financial needs and eligibility.

Use of Grant Funds

Grant funds must be used to purchase and install NOAA Weather Radio transmitters and antennas that will be combined with donated tower space and other site resources to establish new rural NOAA Weather Radio transmitters.

Maximum Size of Grants

Generally, grants shall be limited to a maximum size of $80,000 per site. In view of the probability that larger, community-based rural organizations, such as statewide cooperative associations, may wish to arrange coverage of multiple rural areas, any one applicant may file applications to cover no more than five (5) different sites.

Definition of Rural Area

As used in this notice, rural area means a city, town, or unincorporated area that has a population of 50,000 inhabitants or less, other than an urbanized area immediately adjacent to a city, town, or unincorporated area that has a population in excess of 50,000 inhabitants.

General Terms of Grant

Except to the extent set forth in this Notice of Funds Availability, these grants will be made in accordance with 7 CFR part 3570.

Eligible Applicants

Applicants must be non-profit corporations or associations (including Rural Utilities Service electric and telecommunications borrower cooperatives), units of local or state government, or Federally-recognized Indian tribes.

Grantee Responsibilities

Grantees must execute a grant agreement in form and substance satisfactory to the Rural Utilities Service.

Grantees agree to inform the Rural Utilities Service of their progress during the installation and testing of the proposed transmitter equipment, and when the new transmitter is placed into service.

Grant Limitations

Grant funds may not be used to pay for facilities located in non-rural areas.

Grant assistance will be provided on a graduated scale with sparser, lower income communities eligible for a higher proportion of grant funds to total project costs. The grantee must provide matching funds to meet the full cost of the project. Grant assistance is limited to the following percentages of eligible project costs:

The grant may pay up to 75 percent of the total project cost when the transmitter is located in rural areas outside of a community or in a rural community of 12,000 or less, and where average per capita income for the county where the transmitter is located is less than $36,000, as determined by Per Capita Personal Income by County, Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce, at www.bea.doc.gov/​vea/​regional/​reis/​ (“PCI”); The grant may pay up to 65 percent of the total project cost when the transmitter is located in rural areas outside of a community or in a rural community of 20,000 or less, and where average per capita income for the county where the transmitter is located is less than $38,000, as determined by PCI;

The grant may pay up to 55 percent of the total project cost when the transmitter is located in rural areas outside of a community or in a rural community of 50,000 or less, and where average per capita income for the county where the transmitter is located is less than $40,000, as determined by PCI.

Grant assistance may not be used to pay operating or annual recurring costs, including rentals, but these excluded costs may be included in the computation of the eligible project cost.

Project Needs

An area's need for a new NOAA Weather Radio transmitter is determined by its inherent risk of hazardous weather, and the absence of adequate coverage by an existing transmitter. The Rural Utilities Service, in consultation with the National Weather Service, has developed the attached list of proposed rural transmitter sites that will be eligible for funding under this notice. Completed applications that cover sites on this list and meet all other requirements discussed in this notice will be funded on a first-come, first-served basis, until all appropriated funds have been exhausted.

A transmitter acquired under this program may be placed on a tower regardless of where the tower is located within a rural area so long as the estimated signal coverage footprint from the transmitter covers at least 60 percent of the hypothetical site area. The hypothetical site area is the area included within a circle with a 45-mile radius around a proposed rural transmitter site on the list.

The Rural Utilities Service will update its list from time to time and will publish updates in the Federal Register.

Matching Funding

Under Grant Limitations, above, matching funds are required to compliment grant funds made available under this program. An applicant may meet the matching fund requirement by donating, or arranging for the donation of, facilities needed to complete the project. For example, an applicant proposing a site for a new NOAA Weather Radio transmitter may donate tower and equipment building space, or find a third-party donor of those facilities, and use the value of tower and equipment building rental calculated over the life of the transmitter to satisfy matching funds requirements. The applicant may also use the estimated cost of donated power, communications and standby power over the life of the transmitter to satisfy the matching funds requirement. The commitment of these donations must be unqualified and in writing to be considered in the calculation of matching funds.

For such contributions to be utilized as matching funds, the applicant must estimate the value of the tower space contributed over the life of the transmitter which, for the purposes of this program, shall be assumed to be such period as the applicant selects, but not less than 15 years. The value of contributions of electrical power and telecommunications service must also be estimated using the same transmitter life.

The Grant Application

The completed grant application must contain: Start Printed Page 17859

(1) A description of the new NOAA Weather Radio transmitter, its location, and projected area of coverage;

(2) A detailed description of the community's need for the proposed system; and

(3) A project budget, showing:

(a) The amount of grant funds requested, and descriptions of the equipment proposed to be purchased with those funds; and

(b) Contributions of funds, facilities, and services required to complete and sustain the project that will be applied to meet matching funds requirements as set forth in this NOFA. Matching funds requirements cannot be met by funds from a Federal source or in-kind matching facilities purchased with Federal funds.

(4) Binding commitments from the applicant and the tower and site owners, if other than the applicant, that any offered commitments, such as tower space and electrical power, that are used to meet matching funds requirements will be provided, irrespective of changes in ownership of the facilities, without charge for the life of the transmitter as determined by the applicant pursuant to the section entitled “Matching Funding”;

(5) A statement giving the name and population of the community and county in which the transmitter is located;

(6) A description of any physical facilities offered to satisfy the matching fund requirements, including the tower height, age, load capacity, the elevation on the tower where space is offered, and details of equipment building space that will be made available for transmitter equipment;

(7) A statement that the applicant, if it receives a Weather Radio grant pursuant to this NOFA, will execute a grant agreement containing technical and other standards and otherwise satisfactory to RUS.

(8) A statement that the transmitter that will cover at least 60 percent of a hypothetical site area;

(9) If the applicant is not the source of all matching funds or in-kind facilities offered, a list detailing each contributor and the items to be contributed, unqualified written commitments for delivery from each contributor, including the time of delivery, and the estimated value of the contribution;

(10) A statement that other funding, such as loans, or state or local grant funding, or internally generated funding, is not available to establish a new NOAA Weather Radio transmitter; and

(11) Such other information as may be reasonably requested by the Rural Utilities Service to clarify a particular application.

Grant Award Criteria

The Rural Utilities Service will process and approve, in the order received, grant applications meeting the requirements of this NOFA.

Grantee Procurement

Grantees establishing new NOAA Weather Radio transmitters must purchase National Weather Service—certified equipment, and must perform workmanship in a manner that is acceptable to the National Weather Service.

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Dated: March 27, 2001.

Blaine D. Stockton,

Acting Administrator, Rural Utilities Service.

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NWR Site Listing

State and site nameCounty nameFIPSLatitudeLongitude
ALABAMA:
ONEONTABLOUNT100934 03 0486 29 01
PLEASANT RIDGEGREENE106332 55 0588 02 14
ROCKFORDCOOSA103732 55 0686 16 04
SELMADALLAS104732 29 0887 06 02
ALASKA:
BARROWNORTH SLOPE218571 17 25156 46 43
BETHELBETHEL2050161 45 2160 47 32
CAPE SPENCERSKAGWAY-YAKUTAT223158 12 34136 39 12
DILLINGHAMDILLINGHAM2070158 27 2759 02 23
GLENALLENGLENALLEN226162 06 33149 59 50
GUSTAVUSSKAGWAY-YAKUTAT223158 24 40135 45 29
KAKEWRANGELL PETERSBURG228056 28 24133 56 55
KOTZEBUENORTHWEST ARCTIC218866 53 54162 35 48
NAKNEKBRISTOL BAY206058 43 87157 01 00
NINILCHIKKENAI PENNINSULA212260 03 00151 38 82
SAND POINTALEUTIANS EAST201355 20 39160 29 27
TOKSOUTHEAST FAIRBANKS224063 18 47143 00 29
WASILLAMATANUSKA217061 34 96149 26 75
AMERICAN SAMOA:
PAGO PAGO60010
MT ALVATUTUILA ISLAND60010
LE'OLO RIDGEOFU ISLAND60010
MT OLOTELETUTUILA ISLAND60010
ARIZONA:
E YUMA COUNTYYUMA402732 45 06114 00 18
KYKOTSMOVINAVAJO00401735 18 00110 31 00
MOHAVE (2)MOHAVE401534 29 02114 19 18
NOGALESSANTA CRUZ00402338 21 03110 47 02
PIMAPIMA00401932 06 14111 48 53
ARKANSAS:
BRINKLEY/FOREST CITYMONROE509534 53 1691 11 40
EL DORADOUNION513933 34 0092 50 44
MAGNOLIACOLUMBIA502733 15 3393 14 00
MARIANNALEE507734 46 6890 46 09
WILMOTASHLEY500333 18 2590 53 49
CALIFORNIA:
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PT LOMA (MARINE)SAN DIEGO00607333 03 09116 29 03
SAN DIEGO (SPANISH)SAN DIEGO00607333 03 09116 29 03
ALTURASMODOC00604941 43 50121 21 14
BIG SURMONTEREY00605336 16 13121 48 23
BRECKENRIDGE MTNKERN00602935 19 02118 40 05
CONTRA COSTA CNTYCONTRA COSTA601337 54 20122 09 34
CUESTA PEAKLOS ANGELES00603734 09 09118 12 1
EL PASO MTNSKERN602935 19 02118 40 05
HORSE MOUNTAINHUMBOLDT00602340 52 28123 43 54
LAKE ELSINOREORANGE00605933 38 05117 49 01
LAKEPORTLAKE00603339 06 06122 44 04
LAYTONVILLETRINITY00610539 41 32123 28 71
METRO MOHAVE (2)SAN BERNADINO607134 06 46117 16 39
MOUNT WILSONLOS ANGELES00603734 09 09118 12 1
MOUNT WILSON SPANISHLOS ANGELES00603734 09 09118 12 1
MT PIERCEHUMBOLDT00602340 39 03123 51 04
MT TAMALPIASSANTA CLARA00608537 16 01121 16 08
MT. SHASTASISKIYOU00609341 18 3641 18 36
OJAIVENTURA00611134 20 09119 03 04
ORLEANSHUMBOLDT00602341 18 04123 32 47
OWENS VALLEYINYO00602738 35 74120 25 03
PORTOLA MTPLUMAS COUNTY00606340 01 90120 44 30
QUINCY/CHESTERPLUMAS606340 00 54119 06 43
REDWOOD NPDEL NORTE00601541 45 58124 02 48
SAN DIEGO INTERIORSAN DIEGO00607333 03 09116 29 03
SEQUOIA NPTULARE610736 16 18118 32 24
SEQUOIA NPTULARE610736 16 18118 32 24
SUSANVILLELASSEN00603540 24 59120 39 07
UKIAHMENDOCINO00604539 26 04123 23 00
WEAVERVILLETRINITY00610540 40 04123 02 07
YOSEMITECALAVERAS00600937 44 43119 35 50
COLORADO:
ANTONWASHINGTON812139 59 04103 07 06
ASPENPITKIN809739 18 02106 56 05
CANON CITYFREMONT804338 28 09105 33 05
CORTEZMONTEZUMA808337 19 20108 32 45
CRAIGMOFFAT808140 38 09108 11 03
DURANGOLA PLATA806736 56 08108 09 07
EAGLEEAGLE803739 37 03106 37 05
EISENHOWER TUNNELCLEAR CREEK801939 45 01104 54 08
FRANKTOWNDOUGLAS803539 20 06104 53 06
GUNNISONGUNNISON805138 40 09107 02 04
HARTSELPARK809339 07 07105 41 00
HOLYOKEPHILLIPS809540 38 00102 24 00
HOT SULPUR SPRINGSGRAND804940 06 04104 07 01
IDAHOE SPRINGSGILPIN804739 52 14105 29 00
JULESBURGSEDGWICK811540 56 35102 21 28
LEADVILLELAKE806539 10 09106 20 41
MEEKERRIO BLANCO810340 01 08108 18 06
NATURITAMONTROSE808537 19 05108 33 08
NUCLASAN MIGUEL811338 01 02108 23 03
PAGOSA SPRINGSARCHULETA800737 13 01107 01 07
SALIDACHAFFEE801538 46 00106 05 05
SPRINGFIELDBACA800937 19 01102 32 03
TRINIDADSLAS ANIMAS807137 20 01103 58 07
WALSENBURGHUERFANO805537 39 06104 54 03
CHEYENNE WELLSCHEYENNE801738 49 00103 31 20
LIMON/BOYEROLINCOLN807339 15 50103 41 30
NUCLAMONTROSE808538 29 14107 54 17
PEONIADELTA802938 45 06108 59 10
RANGELYRIO BLANCO810340 08 50109 59 07
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSROUTT810740 31 07106 53 03
WALDENJACKSON805740 43 54106 15 59
FLORIDA:
NORTH MIAMIDADE1202525 33 0578 54 03
PALMDALEGLADES1204326 57 0981 05 07
SOUTH MIAMIDADE1202525 33 0578 54 03
TAMPAHILLSBOROUGH1205740 08 55104 47 69
GEORGIA:
LA GRANGETROUP1328533 02 9685 01 37
HAWAII:
DIAMON HEAD CREATERHONOLULU1500321 29 01157 59 01
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HANALEIKAUAI1500722 12 19159 30 10
KA ANAPALIMAUI1500920 47 06156 19 20
KAHAUAHAWAII1500119 35 00155 58 09
KAILUA-KONAHAWAII1500119 35 04155 30 09
KANEOHEHAWAII1500119 35 04155 30 09
LAHAINAMAUI1500920 52 42156 40 57
N.E. KAUAIKAUAI1500722 06 00159 31 07
IDAHO:
BURLEY MT HARRISONCASSIA01603142 17 20113 40 70
ISLAND PARKFREMONT01604344 14 70111 28 80
KELLOGG WALLACESHOSHONE01607947 20 05115 15 51
SALMONLEMHI01605944 55 06114 02 80
SAND POINTBONNER01601748 16 36116 33 08
SODA SPRINGSONEIDA01607142 15 00112 26 20
ILLINOIS:
LENASTEPHENSON1717742 22 8589 49 31
INDIANA:
RICHMONDWAYNE1817739 49 4484 53 25
RICHMONDWAYNE1817739 49 4484 53 25
COAL CITYOWEN1811939 17 1286 45 45
ROCHESTERFULTON1804940 45 0886 45 00
IOWA:
MAQUOKETAJOHNSON1910342 03 7290 39 82
WESLEYKOSSUTH1908145 05 2093 59 22
KANSAS:
BELVIDEREKIOWA2009737 35 0999 15 00
BURLINGTONCOFFEY2003138 31 0695 40 30
DIGHTON COOPLANE2010138 31 10100 30 10
FT SCOTTBOURBON2001137 51 0094 42 09
HILL CITYGRAHAM2006539 21 5399 50 30
KIRWIN LAKEPHILLIPS2014739 46 7099 18 00
LIBERALSEWARD2017537 10 80100 49 50
LINNLINN COUNTY2010738 13 0194 49 01
MARYSVILLEMARSHALL2011739 49 3096 23 06
NESS CITYNESS2013538 27 1099 54 22
OSBORNEOSBORNE2014139 26 2098 41 40
POMONAFRANKLIN2005938 35 4595 27 12
PRATTPRATT2009737 37 1099 06 22
ZENDAKINGMAN2009537 34 0098 08 30
KENTUCKY:
CAMPBELLSVILLETAYLOR2121737 25 4384 52 33
EKRONMEADE2116338 19 5485 18 48
KELTNERADAIR2100137 32 3685 6 24
OWENTONOWEN2118438 44 3684 19 42
STEWARTSVILLEGRANT2108138 38 0084 37 00
WASHINGTONMASON2116138 36 0083 48 00
WASHINGTONMASON2116138 36 0083 48 00
WHITESVILLEOHIO2118337 31 0685 59 36
LOUISIANA:
BIENVILLEBIENVILLE22013
BOGALUSAWASHINGTON2211730 47 2089 50 55
DERIDDERBEAUREGARD2201130 50 4693 17 18
FRANKLINTONWASHINGTON2211731 24 0888 13 09
LUTCHERST JAMES2209330 32 2590 41 56
MANYSABINE2208531 34 0793 29 02
NATCHITOCHESNATCHITOCHES2206931 50 0093 42 00
REDDELLEVANGELINE2203930 43 6092 22 30
RUSTONLINCOLN2206132 31 2392 38 16
OAKDALEALLEN2200330 48 5992 39 39
MAINE:
CUTLERWASHINGTON2302944 58 0867 36 36
FRENCHVILLEAROOSTOOK2300347 17 0768 18 41
MILLINOCKETPENOBSCOT2301945 31 0168 38 80
MILOPISCATAQUIS2302145 50 3369 17 42
OXFORDOXFORD2301744 07 5470 29 37
SOMERSETSOMERSET2302545 36 2669 47 53
MARYLAND:
FROSTBURGALLEGANY2400139 39 5478 53 53
SUDLERSVILLEQUEEN ANNE'S2403539 10 3175 55 06
MASSACHUSETTS:
ESSEXESSEC/MIDDLESEX2501742 37 5170 46 21
NANTUCKETNANTUCKET2201941 17 0070 05 00
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MICHIGAN:
BERGLANDONTONAGON2613147 02 9088 48 90
CROSWELLSANILAC2615143 28 0082 36 80
CRYSTAL FALLSIRON2607146 05 5388 20 02
ESCANABADELTA2604145 44 4387 03 52
IRONWOODGPGEBIC2605346 27 1790 10 15
LUDINGTONMASON2610544 02 8086 33 80
NEWBERRYLUCE2609546 32 0085 36 00
PORT AUSTINHURON2606342 02 4682 59 39
STEUBENSCHOOLCRAFT2615346 19 0086 13 80
MINNESOTA:
BAUDETTELAKE OF THE WOODS2707748 42 4494 36 00
FERGUS FALLSOTTER TAIL2711146 10 2695 54 55
TWIN VALLEYNORMAN2710747 15 3696 15 32
AITKINAITKIN2700146 39 5095 33 00
FINLANDLAKE2707546 41 5095 19 09
LAKE BRONSONKITTSON2706948 44 0896 39 45
LAKE SHORE SHELL LAKECASE2702146 24 2994 21 20
LONE PRAIRIETODD2715364 14 5494 30 00
ORRST LOUIS2713748 49 5488 33 36
PINE CITYPINE2711545 52 3092 33 00
RED WINGGOODHUE2704944 35 2491 54 12
SILVER LAKEMCLEOD2708545 00 4293 13 12
VIRGINIAST LOUIS2713748 03 3086 54 24
WINONAMURRAY2710144 01 3096 33 80
MISSISSIPPI:
OAK GROVEWEST CARROLL PARISH2801536 46 0091 27 20
MISSOURI:
BATES COUNTYBATES2901338 15 0194 21 00
CARROLLTONCARROLL2903339 36 5093 34 20
CASSVILLEBARRY2900936 42 9093 49 20
COLUMBIABOONE2901939 00 3092 06 24
GAINESVILLEOZARK2915336 32 4592 38 57
JEFFERSON CITYCOLE2905138 31 9092 16 30
SALINEMERCER2912940 31 3793 43 40
SHAWNEE MOUNDHENRY2908338 27 2093 49 00
MONTANA:
BAKER/EKALAKAFALLON03002546 21 47104 16 26
BLAINEBLAINE03000548 26 09108 57 43
BOZEMAN-LIVINGSTONGALLATIN03003145 19 45111 04 50
BROADUSPOWER RIVER03007545 24 67105 33 90
CIRCLEMCCONE03005547 35 79107 38 73
CUT BANKGLACIER03003548 37 59112 19 31
DILLONBEAVERHEAD03000145 12 59112 38 12
GLACIER NPGLACIER03003548 41 15113 48 15
JORDANGARFIELD3003347 25 06107 02 00
LEWISTOWNFERGUS03002747 15 00109 15 48
LIBBYLINCOLN03005348 27 20115 22 11
PHILIPSBURGGRANITE03003946 22 58113 24 57
POPLARROOSEVELT3008548 16 48104 58 30
SEELEY LAKEMISSOULA03006347 12 56113 36 45
ST. REGIS/SUPERIORMINERAL03006147 17 58115 06 06
THOMPSON FALLSSANDERS03008947 41 50115 06 20
NEBRASKA:
ALBIONBOONE3101141 41 2798 00 12
LEWELLENGARDEN3106941 34 59102 13 36
MCCOOKRED WILLOW3114540 21 34100 11 23
MERMACUSTER3104141 38 09101 38 50
MULLENHOOKER3109142 02 23101 02 32
ORDVALLEY3117541 22 3898 41 31
PERU/FALLS CITYNEMAHA3112740 28 2795 44 00
SHELBYPOLK3114341 22 0498 29 70
SHUBERTRICHARDSON3114740 04 8795 23 38
SUPERIORNUCKOLLS3112940 03 3598 04 69
VALENTINECHERRY3103142 02 23100 53 29
WEST POINTCUMING3103941 55 9096 38 83
NEVADA:
BATTLE MTNLANDER03201541 13 51115 45 01
BEATTY/DEATH VALLEY NPNYE3202336 54 31116 45 30
CALIENTELINCOLN03201737 24 46114 48 80
GREAT BASIN NPWHITE PINE3203338 56 06114 14 37
HAWTHORNEMINERAL03202138 32 31118 25 41
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JACKPOTELKO03200741 59 00114 40 26
LAKE MEAD/LAKE MOJAVECLARK03200335 11 59114 34 17
LOVELOCKPERSHING3202740 27 16118 22 34
MC GILLWHITE PINE03203338 56 06114 14 37
MCGILLWHITE PINE3203339 24 32114 58 36
PYRAMID LAKEWASHOE03203140 22 31119 45 01
TONOPAHNYE03202336 54 31116 45 30
NEW HAMPSHIRE:
HOLDEN HILLCOOS3300744 56 4771 20 49
MOOSE MTNGRAFTON3300943 42 3072 09 16
MT WASHINGTONCOOS3300744 41 0571 10 19
PACK MODADNOCK MTNHILLSBORO3301142 51 4071 52 45
STRATHAM HILLROCKINGHAM3301543 02 2270 53 26
TENNEY MTNGRAFTON3300943 44 3547 41 42
NEW JERSEY:
HAMBURG MTNSUSSEX3403741 08 3774 43 18
SOUTHARDMONMOUTH3402540 08 2374 13 21
NEW MEXICO:
ALAMOGORDOOTERO3503532 53 05105 57 27
ARTESIAEDDY3501532 35 01104 38 84
CROWN POINTMCKINLEY3503135 53 97108 43 36
GRANTSCIBOLA3500634 52 34107 53 25
GUADALUPE MTN NPEDDY3501532 27 00104 20 80
JICARILLA APACHERIO ARRIBA3503936 30 33106 41 49
LAS VEGASSAN MIGUEL3504736 18 21115 13 36
SANTA ROSAGUADALUPE3501934 56 36104 40 36
SILVER CITYGRANTS3501732 27 28108 26 54
SOCORROSOCORRO3505334 06 93106 32 52
TAOS/CHAMARIO ARRIBA3503936 41 50105 56 11
TRUTH OR CONSEQ.SIERRA3505132 02 60107 30 10
TUCUMCARIQUAY3503735 17 06103 41 49
NEW YORK:
CALL MTSTEUBEN3610142 17 2070 20 40
ITHACATOMPKINS3610942 26 0076 28 00
MT WASHINGTONSTEUBEN3610142 17 2070 20 40
NIAGARANIAGARA3606343 10 3079 05 22
PARISHVILLEST LAWRENCE3608944 35 0075 10 00
S. ADIRONDACKHAMILTON3604144 00 0174 30 01
SOUTH HILLCHAUTAUQUE3601342 15 0279 24 00
WELLSVILLEALLEGANY3600342 13 7177 28 10
YATESYATES3612342 37 0077 06 00
NORTH CAROLINA:
ANSONWAYNE COUNTY3719135 22 0078 00 01
CHATHAMCHATHAM3703735 42 5379 10 47
GREENVILLEPITT3714735 34 0077 23 00
JEFFERSONASHE3700936 25 0081 28 00
MACONMACON3718536 26 1978 05 03
POTTERS HILLDUPLIN3706134 51 0077 39 00
RICHMONDRICHMOND3715335 03 4679 46 44
NORTH DAKOTA:
BOTTINEAUBOTTINEAU3800948 46 20100 44 07
CAVALIERPEMBINA3806749 02 0098 44 06
GWINNERSARGENT3808146 13 3397 39 44
HETTINGLERADAMS3800146 00 05102 38 11
KENMAREWARD3810148 08 41101 30 27
LANGDONCAVALIER3801948 45 0899 29 40
NEW TOWNMOUNTRIL3806147 28 44102 48 22
RUGBYPIERCE3806948 22 0899 56 45
SHEYENNEEDDY3802747 49 2599 05 40
STEELEKIDDER3804346 20 4099 35 14
UNDERWOOODMC LEAN3805547 46 46101 11 03
WISHEKMCINTOSH3805139 05 0183 04 19
OHIO:
FINDLAYHANCOCK3906341 05 7883 00 01
OKLAHOMA:
BARTLESVILLEWASHINGTON4014736 35 3195 42 07
BROKEN BOWMC CURTAIN4008934 01 3394 44 11
GUYMONTEXAS4013936 40 58101 28 52
MUSKOGEEMUSKOGEE4010135 44 5295 22 10
STILLWATERPANE4011936 06 5697 03 29
WEWOKASEMINOLE4013335 09 3196 29 93
OREGON:
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BAKER CITYBAKER04100144 43 49117 39 80
BURNSHARNEY04102543 56 63119 04 39
CAPE BLANCOCURRY04101542 26 27124 12 07
COLUMBIA GORGEWASCO04106545 42 35121 31 19
DIAMOND LAKE AREAKLAMATH04103542 49 30121 56 90
FLORENCE/REEDSPORTLANE04103943 58 58124 05 55
FOSSIL SNOWBOARD RDGWHEELER04106944 43 50120 04 40
JOHN DAY FALL MTGRANT04102344 25 3318 56 23
LAKEVIEWLAKE04103742 46 94119 44 26
UKIAH BLACK MTUMATILLA04105945 08 06118 55 97
PENNSYLVANIA:
ALTOONABLAIR4201340 50 9678 41 88
DUTCHMAN HILLPOTTER4210541 45 0278 00 08
MEADVILLECRAWFORD4203941 41 0180 06 27
MT CARMELNORTHUMBERLAND4204140 53 4076 40 63
PUNXSUTAWNEYJEFFERSON4206540 56 3278 58 17
WAYNEWAYNE4212741 39 0175 18 23
PUERTO RICO:
VIEQUESVIEQUES ISLAND7214718 43 5365 60 06
SOUTH CAROLINA:
BARNWELLBARNWELL4501133 14 4181 21 32
CHESTERFIELDCHESTERFIELD4502534 38 4579 56 43
GREENWOODGREENWOOD4504734 11 4382 09 43
ORANGEBURGORANGEBURG4507533 30 0180 31 90
ROCK HILLYORK4509134 15 0681 15 19
SRN. GEORGETOWNSMITH4508934 37 7982 22 18
UNIONUNION4508734 43 2281 37 26
WALHALLAOCONEE4507334 45 5383 03 51
SOUTH DAKOTA:
FAITHMEADE4609345 02 1398 46 43
PORCUPINESHANNON4611343 23 75102 32 12
ROSEBUD IND RESTODD4612143 23 19100 84 98
TRIPPHUTCHINSON4606743 13 3097 57 59
WHITE RIVERMELLETTE4609543 34 02100 44 39
ZIEBACH STANDING ROCKZIEBACH4613744 58 56101 40 10
TENNESSEE:
BIG SANDYBENTON4700536 14 6088 48 63
BLOUTBLOUNT4700935 39 2285 20 29
CARTHAGESMITH4715936 12 9085 51 40
ETOWAHMCMINN4710732 46 4993 03 30
LA FOLLETTECAMPBELL4701336 22 5884 07 12
LOBELVILLE-LINDENPERRY4713535 37 0287 40 22
MCKENZIECARROLL4701736 14 6088 38 63
PARSONSWAYNE4718135 13 1687 22 26
POLKPOLK4713935 28 9387 26 92
PUTNAMPUTNAM4714136 11 0985 42 58
SAVANNAHHARDIN4707135 13 5788 14 48
SEQUATCHIESEQUATCHIE4715335 13 5885 47 26
SEWANEEFRANKLIN4705135 21 3585 21 35
TEXAS:
SHAMROCKWHEELER4848335 12 51100 14 55
STRATFORDSHERMAN4842136 20 10102 04 18
ALPINEBREWSTER4804329 11 10103 24 45
ARMSTRONGKENEDY4826126 49 7097 42 50
BEEVILLEBEE4802528 24 0297 44 53
BENAVIDESDUVAL4812527 35 5598 24 28
BIG BEND NPBREWSTER4804329 11 10103 24 45
BIG LAKEREAGAN4838331 22 30100 31 00
BRECKENRIDGESTEPHENS4842932 45 2098 54 07
BROWNFIELDTERRY4844533 10 52102 16 26
BROWNWOODBROWN4804931 42 3398 59 27
CANTON-WILLSVAN ZANDT4846732 31 3095 51 00
CENTERSHELBY4841931 25 22103 29 34
CENTERVILLELEON4828931 23 1095 56 10
CHILDRESSCHILDRESS4806934 25 35100 12 13
CISCOEASTLAND4813332 24 8098 49 00
CONROEMONTGOMERY4833930 14 5095 27 80
COTULLALA SALLE4828328 26 1296 14 05
CROCKETTTHOUSTON4822533 08 1896 06 38
CRYSTAL CITYZAVALA4850728 54 3099 43 08
DALHARTDALLAM/HARTLEY4810936 06 33102 51 92
DIMMITTCASTRO4806934 33 03102 18 41
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EAGLE PASSMAVERICK4832328 42 32100 29 57
EL PASO SPANISHEL PASO4814131 46 70106 09 26
FAIRFIELDFREESTONE4816131 43 2896 09 54
FALFURRIASBROOKS4804327 23 2298 12 92
FRIONAPARMER4836934 38 30102 43 25
GAINESVILLECOOKE4807532 15 3199 32 21
GEORGE WESTLIVE OAK4829728 25 0398 15 00
GRAHAMYOUNG485033310 4998 40 32
GREENVILLEHUNT4823133 08 1896 06 38
HASKELLHASKELL4820733 09 2799 44 00
HEBBRONVILLEJIM HOUGH4824727 18 2398 40 41
HEREFORDDEAF SMITH4811734 56 20102 35 09
HICOHAMILTON4806531 44 0598 08 07
HILLSBOROHILL4821732 00 3997 07 47
KINGSVILLEKLEGERG4827327 30 5697 51 21
KIRBYVILLEJASPER4824130 43 0194 09 01
LAMPASASLAMPASAS4828131 03 4998 10 53
LEAKEYREAL4838529 44 5999 45 53
LIBERTYLIBERTY4829130 11 0594 50 01
MARFAIALPINEPRESIDIO4837730 18 28104 01 07
MENARDMENARD4832730 55 0399 47 10
MINERAL WELLSPALO PINTO4836332 48 3098 06 45
MOUNT PLEASANTTITUS4844932 23 4999 58 17
ORE CITYUPSHUR4845932 30 0294 44 25
PALESTINEANDERSON4800131 48 4395 37 50
PAMPAGRAY4817935 22 85100 34 87
PECOSREEVES4838931 22 00103 27 50
PERRYTONOCHILTREE4835736 24 00100 48 08
PLAINVIEWHALE4818934 11 05101 42 23
RAYMONDVILLEWILLACY4848926 31 2097 57 30
RIO GRANDE CITYSTARR4842726 36 0998 44 10
ROCK SPRINGSEDWARDS4813729 57 16100 05 34
SANDERSONTERRELL4844330 08 32102 23 37
SEMINOLEGAINES4816532 31 81102 34 58
SHEFFIELDPECOS4837130 41 70104 59 06
SIERRA BLANCAHUDSPETH4822931 10 28105 21 24
SONORASUTTON4843530 31 10100 34 30
SPURDICKENS4811133 28 35100 51 19
STEPHENVILLEERATH4814332 13 1498 12 07
SWEETWATERNOLAND4835332 16 42100 14 56
THALIAFOARD4815533 55 8799 43 38
THROCKMORTONTHROCKMORTON4844733 11 0999 13 20
TOLEDO BENDNEWTON4835130 45 6093 42 90
UVALDEUVALDE4846332 30 0294 44 25
VAN HORNCULBERTSON4809731 03 90104 27 73
WOODVILLETYLER4845730 46 3094 24 55
ZAPATAZAPATA4850526 52 1799 15 19
UTAH:
BRYCE CANYONGARFIELD04901737 52 40111 18 50
CAPITOL REEF NPSEVIER04904138 45 50111 54 50
CASTLE DALEEMERY04901539 00 09110 38 90
FLAMING GORGEUINTAH4904740 57 02109 35 09
GREEN RIVERGRAND4901939 22 12107 43 00
GREEN RIVEREMERY4901539 06 36111 09 06
HEBERWASATCH04905140 19 58111 09 32
MOABGRAND4901939 00 30107 43 00
MONTICELLOSAN JUAN4903737 54 54106 34 12
PRICECARBON4900739 29 12110 34 00
SEVIER VALLEYSANPETE04903939 25 40111 45 20
ZION NP.WASHINGTON04905337 15 03112 57 20
VERMONT:
RUTLANDRUTLAND5002143 34 0673 04 10
VIRGIN ISLANDS:
ST. CROIXST. CROIX7801017 43 0864 46 30
ST. THOMASST. THOMAS7803018 21 1964 56 13
VIRGINIA:
ACCOMACKACCOMACK5100137 43 0075 40 00
BOWLING GREENCAROLINE5103338 03 0077 21 00
CHARLOTTESVILLEALBEMARLE5100338 01 4578 28 37
EMPORIAEMPORIA5159536 41 0977 32 34
ROCKBRIDGEROCKBRIDGE5116337 48 5479 24 73
SAND MTNWYTHE5119736 56 9081 04 00
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SOUTH BOSTONHALIFAX5108336 41 5578 54 06
SOUTH HILLMECKLENBERG5111736 38 3078 12 90
TAZEWELLTAZEWELL5118537 08 0081 33 00
WISEWISE5119537 00 0182 34 40
WASHINGTON:
BLAINE AREAWHATCOM05307348 48 40121 56 70
CHEWELAH PKSTEVENS05306548 23 49117 51 10
CLE ELUMKITTITAS05303747 08 50120 37 01
DAYTONGARFIELD5302346 50 30117 38 90
GOLDENDALEKLICKITAT05303945 24 80120 12 80
LAKE CHELANOKANOGAN05304747 50 04120 00 41
MOSES LAKE/EPHRATAGRANT05302547 07 49119 16 37
MOUNT RANIER(2)PIERCE05305346 51 10121 45 31
NACHESYAKIMA05307746 20 90120 52 50
OLYMPIC NPCLALLAM JEFFERSON05300947 58 35123 41 13
SKAGIT VALLEYSKAGIT WHATCOM05307348 48 60121 56 70
SNOQUALMIE PASSKING5303347 26 00121 48 40
STEVENS PASSKING05303347 26 00121 48 40
WEST VIRGINIA:
GREG'S KNOBPRESTON5407739 27 4079 38 10
MORGANTOWNMONONGALIA5406139 37 4679 57 22
OLSEN KNOBRANDOLPH5408338 36 7079 59 50
RANDOLPHTUCKER5409339 09 6079 35 30
WISCONSIN:
SHELL LAKEWASHBURN5512945 50 0045 50 00
ASHLANDASHLAND5500346 35 3390 53 01
GILMANTAYLOR5511945 10 0090 48 27
KENOSHAKENOSHA5505942 35 0087 59 80
MANAWA/OGDENSBURGWAUPACA5513544 28 3089 01 60
OWEN/WITHEECLARK5501944 33 3690 35 46
RHINELANDERONEIDA5508545 38 1289 24 43
WAUSAUKEEMARINETTE5507545 22 1587 57 08
WYOMING:
GREYBULLBIG HORN5600345 04 30106 01 00
AFTONLINCOLN5602342 25 08110 25 04
GILLETTECROOK5601144 15 48104 56 59
JACKSONTETON5603943 44 04109 32 05
LUSKNIOBRARA5602742 08 10104 16 58
SUBLETTESUBLETTE5603542 50 01109 33 00
WORLAND AIRPORTWASHAKIE5604343 55 03107 43 06
YELLOWSTONE NPPARK5602944 36 07109 47 02
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[FR Doc. 01-8231 Filed 4-3-01; 8:45 am]

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