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Investigations Regarding Certifications of Eligibility To Apply For NAFTA Transitional Adjustment Assistance

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Petitions for transitional adjustment assistance under the North American Free Trade Agreement-Transitional Adjustment Assistance Implementation Act (Pub. L. 103-182), hereinafter called (NAFTA-TAA), have been filed with State Governors under Section 250(b)(1) of Subchapter D, Chapter 2, Title II, of the Trade Act of 1974, as amended, are identified in the Appendix to this Notice. Upon notice from a Governor that a NAFTA-TAA petition has been received, the Director of the Division of Trade Adjustment Assistance (DTAA), Employment and Training Administration (ETA), Department of Labor (DOL), announces the filing of the petition and takes action pursuant to paragraphs (c) and (e) of Section 250 of the Trade Act.

The purpose of the Governor's actions and the Labor Department's investigations are to determine whether the workers separated from employment on or after December 8, 1993 (date of enactment of Pub. L. 103-182) are eligible to apply for NAFTA-TAA under Subchapter D of the Trade Act because of increased imports from or the shift in production to Mexico or Canada.

The petitioners or any other persons showing a substantial interest in the subject matter of the investigations may request a public hearing with the Director of DTAA at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) in Washington, DC, provided such request if filed in writing with the Director of DTAA not later than May 6, 2002.

Also, interested persons are invited to submit written comments regarding the subject matter of the petitions to the Director of DTAA at the address shown below not later than May 6, 2002.

Petitions filed with the Governors are available for inspection at the Office of the Director, DTAA, ETA, DOL, Room C-5311, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20210.

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Signed at Washington, DC this 10th day of April 2002.

Edward A Tomchick,

Director, Division of Trade Adjustment Assistance.

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Subject firmLocationDate received at Governor's OfficePetition No.Articles produced
Ametek Specialty Motors (Co.)Hudson, WI03/20/2002NAFTA-5,997electric motors.
Ibiden Graphite of America (Wkrs)Portland, OR03/19/2002NAFTA-5,998ovens.
Flextronics Enclosure Systems (Wkrs)Kingston, PA03/14/2002NAFTA-5,999enclosure cabinets.
General Electric (Wkrs)Owensboro, KY03/20/2002NAFTA-6,000motors.
South Coast Lumber (Co.)Brookings, OR03/19/2002NAFTA-6,001lumber.
Burlington Chemical (Co.)Burlington, NC03/19/2002NAFTA-6,002textile products.
Joseph Timber (Wkrs)Joseph, OR03/18/2002NAFTA-6,003lumber.
Bill Levkoff (Wkrs)New York, NY01/02/2002NAFTA-6,004dresses and evening gowns.
Kayby Mills (Wkrs)Thomasville, NC03/25/2002NAFTA-6,005tights and socks.
Braden Manufacturing (Co.)Ft. Smith, AR03/25/2002NAFTA-6,006fabricated steel components.
Schneider Mills—Alexander Mills (Co.)Forest City, NC03/25/2002NAFTA-6,007woven unfinished material.
Howmet Castings (Co.)City of Industry, CA03/21/2002NAFTA-6,008aluminum castings.
Dana Corp.—Perfect Circle (UAW)Richmond, IN03/25/2002NAFTA-6,009cylinder liners.
Nature's Art (Co.)Albemarle, NC03/26/2002NAFTA-6,010t-shirts.
McCain Foods—Anchor Appetiser Group (Wkrs)Appleton, WI04/01/2002NAFTA-6,011appetiser.
Dayton Pattern (Co.)Dayton, OH03/28/2002NAFTA-6,012castings.
Amstead Corp.—American Steel Foundry (Co.)Alliance, OR03/28/2002NAFTA-6,013wood/metal pattern.
Welland Chemical (Wkrs)Newell, PA03/19/2002NAFTA-6,014nitric acid.
Camfil Farr (Co.)Jonesboro, AR03/29/2002NAFTA-6,015eco clamps.
Wheelabrator Air Pollution Control (Co.)Pittsburgh, PA03/28/2002NAFTA-6,016pollution control equipment.
Ashland Chemical (USWA)Pittsburgh, PA03/28/2002NAFTA-6,017chemicals.
Johnson Controls (Wkrs)Fulleron, CA03/27/2002NAFTA-6,018automotive batteries.
Lucent Technologies (IBEW)Oklahoma City, OK01/03/2002NAFTA-6,019telephone switching equipment.
A. Stucki Company (USWA)Pittsburgh, PA03/28/2002NAFTA-6,020rail cars.
Aspen Trailer (Wkrs)Litchfield, MN03/19/2002NAFTA-6,021heavy haul trailers.
Mototola (Wkrs)Mesa, AZ03/25/2002NAFTA-6,022pressure sensors.
Aerocell Structures Adirison (Wkrs)Hot Springs, AR03/26/2002NAFTA-6,023airplane parts.
ITT Industries—ITT Cannon Switch (Wkrs)Eden Prairie, MN03/26/2002NAFTA-6,024electronic control, panels and switches.
Imation—Kodak Polychrome Grapics (Wkrs)Oakdale, MN03/22/2002NAFTA-6,025data storage.
Portland Pattern (Co.)Portland, OR03/05/2002NAFTA-6,026aluminum molds.
ILD Lantis-Container Pallent Loader (Wkrs)Salinas, CA03/26/2002NAFTA-6,027container pallent loaders.
L and A Molding (Co.)Lewiston, ME03/28/2002NAFTA-6,028injection molded footwear.
T and T Land and Timber (Co.)Rexford, MT04/02/2002NAFTA-6,029timber.
Schlumberger Limited (Wkrs)Sugarland, TX04/01/2002NAFTA-6,030oil and gas.
H.J. Seagroa (Co.)Berlin, NY03/19­/2002NAFTA-6,031cut roses and flowers.
Ameripol Synpol (Wkrs)Odessa, TX04/08/2002NAFTA-6,032synthetic rubber.
Sanmina (Co.)Carrollton, TX04/05/2002NAFTA-6,033electronic cable assemblies.
Alcatel (Wkrs)Ogdensburg, NY02/27/2002NAFTA-6,034customer service.
Motorola-ACES Group (Co.)Elma, NY02/21/2002NAFTA-6,035printed circuit boards.
Siemens VDO Automotive (Wkrs)Auburn, IN04/05/2002NAFTA-6,036automotive instrument.
Toro Company (The)(Co.)Riverside, CA04/04/2002NAFTA-6,037irrigation equipment.
Birdair (Co.)Amherst, NY03/13/2002NAFTA-6,038tensioned membrane roof systems.
Tredegar Film Products (Wkrs)Carbondale, PA04/08/2002NAFTA-6,039plastic film.
Kaijay (UNITE)Nesquehoning, PA04/08/2002NAFTA-6,040jeans.
Rohm and Haas (Wkrs)Philadelphia, PA04/08/2002NAFTA-6,041water purification products.
American Fashion (UNITE)Chula Vista, CA04/01/2002NAFTA-6,042men's suits.
Contract Embroidery (Wkrs)El Paso, TX04/08/2002NAFTA-6,043embroidery.
Hontsman Petro Chemicals (Wkrs)Odessa, TX04/08/2002NAFTA-6,044shipping and receiving rail cars.
BBA Nonwovens Simpsonville (PACE)Lewisburg, PA04/08/2002NAFTA-6,045apparel materials.
Mid Western Machinery (Co.)Joplin, MO04/05/2002NAFTA-6,046pneumatic rock drills.
TRW, Inc. (Co.)Cleveland, OH04/04/2002NAFTA-6,047engine values.
McKechnie Tooling and Engineering (Co.)Staples, MN04/04/2002NAFTA-6,048plastic injection molds.
Jacobs Sverdrup (Co.)Amherst, NY02/15/2002NAFTA-6,049automotive air conditioner.
NAS Interplex (Wkrs)Flushing, NY02/28/2002NAFTA-6,050electronics connectors.
Mac Specialties (Co.)Oceanside, NY02/11/2002NAFTA-6,051foam.
Burrows Paper (Wkrs)Little Falls, NY04/04/2002NAFTA-6,052food containers.
Federal Pipe and Steel (Wkrs)Blytheville, AR04/01/2002NAFTA-6,053steel.
Guilford Mills (Wkrs)Cobleskill, NY01/14/2002NAFTA-6,054apparel fabric.
C and W Fabrication (Wkrs)Gardner, MA04/05/2002NAFTA-6,055gas tubrines.
Oetiker (Co.)Livingston, NJ03/25/2002NAFTA-6,056hose clamps.
Chicago Mold and Engineering (Co.)St. Charles, IL04/01/2002NAFTA-6,057plastic injection machines.
Walls Industrial (Wkrs)Cleburne, TX04/03/2002NAFTA-6,058outerwear, jackets and overalls.
New Images (Wkrs)Reidsville, NC04/01/2002NAFTA-6,059clothing.
Mitsubishi Silicon (Wkrs)Dallas, OR03/29/2002NAFTA-6,060silicon wafers.
Owens Brigam Medical (Wkrs)Morganton, NC04/01/2002NAFTA-6,061disposable anesthesia & respiratory.
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Parkdale America (Wkrs)Kings Mountain, NC04/01/2002NAFTA-6,062yarn.
Celestica (Co.)Westminster, Co04/03/2002NAFTA-6,063printed circuit asemblies.
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[FR Doc. 02-10058 Filed 4-23-02; 8:45 am]