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Whereas, there is no known control for Plum Pox Virus
DEPARTMENT OF other than destruction of infected trees.
AGRICULTURE Now, therefore, under authority of Section 21 of the
Order of Quarantine; Plum Fox Virus Plant Pest Act (act of December 16, 1992, P. L. 1228, No.
162) (3 P. S. ? 258.21), the Pennsylvania Department of
Whereas, the Plant Pest Act (3 P. S. ?? 258.1--258.27) Agriculture hereby establishes a quarantine effective in
empowers the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Latimore Township and Huntington Township, both lo-
(PDA) to take various measures to detect, contain and cated within Adams County, Pennsylvania.
eradicate plant pests in this Commonwealth; and This quarantine prohibits the movement of stone fruit
Whereas, the powers granted PDA under the Plant Pest trees and stone fruit budwood within the quarantined
Act include (at 3 P. S. ? 258.21) the power to establish area, and prohibits the movement of stone fruit trees and
quarantines to prevent the dissemination of plant pests stone fruit budwood out of the quarantined area.
within this Commonwealth; and
Whereas, Plum Pox Virus--a plant pest indigenous to PDA will consult with the United States Department of
Europe--is a serious plant pest that injures and damages Agriculture, European experts and scientific authorities
stone fruits such as peaches, nectarines, plums, and with respect to the most efficacious measures by which to
apricots by drastically reducing the fruit yields from these contain and eliminate this serious plant pest. PDA will
stone fruit trees and by disfiguring the fruit to the point issue further restrictions under authority of this Quaran-
it is unmarketable; and tine Order, as is required under the Plant Pest Act (at 3
Whereas, Plum Pox Virus has been detected on stone P. S. ? 258.21(a)). These restrictions may address aphid
fruit trees located in Latimore and Huntington Town- control, elimination or reduction of aphid habitat, destruc-
ships, in Adams County; and tion of Plum Pox Virus-infected stone fruit trees and
Whereas, Plum Pox Virus has the potential to cause budwood, destruction of endangered or exposed stone fruit
serious damage to the stone fruit production industry trees or budwood and any other measures necessary to
within this Commonwealth; and the containment and elimination of the Plum Pox Virus in
Whereas, Plum Pox Virus is transmitted from infected
this Commonwealth.
trees by aphids and by budding or grafting, and can be This quarantine is effective as of October 21, 1999.
spread into new areas by movement of infected nursery SAMUEL E. HAYES, Jr.,
stock; and Secretary
Whereas, the movement of Plum Pox Virus-infected [Pa.B. Doc. No. 99-1875. Filed for public inspection November 5, 1999, 9:00 a.m.]
fruit trees poses a danger to stone fruit trees in non-
infected areas; and
DEPARTMENT OF BANKING
Action on Applications
The Department of Banking of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, under the authority contained in the act of
November 30, 1965 (P. L. 847, No. 356), known as the Banking Code of 1965; the act of December 14, 1967 (P. L. 746, No.
345), known as the Savings Association Code of 1967; the act of May 15, 1933 (P. L. 565, No. 111), known as the
Department of Banking Code; and the act of December 19, 1990 (P. L. 834, No. 198), known as the Credit Union Code,
has taken the following action on applications received for the week ending October 26, 1999.
BANKING INSTITUTIONS
Branch Applications
Date Name of Bank Location Action
11-2-98 Farmers First Bank Weis Market Opened
Lititz Rte. 30 & Fruitville Pike
Lancaster County Manheim Township
Lancaster County
7-8-99 Farmers First Bank Shady Maple Plaza Opened
Lititz Rte. 897 & Toddy Drive
Lancaster County East Earl Township
Lancaster County
10-15-99 Summit Bank Genuardi's Family Market Opened
Bethlehem 2395 York Road
Northampton County Jamison
Bucks County
PENNSYLVANIA BULLETIN, VOL. 29, NO. 45, NOVEMBER 6, 1999
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Date Name of Bank Location Action
10-22-99 Harris Savings Bank 41 N. Londonderry Square Filed
Harrisburg Palmyra
Dauphin County Lebanon County
10-23-99 Main Street Bank 144 E. Lancaster Ave. Opened
Reading Devon
Berks County Chester County
Branch Relocations
Date Name of Bank Location Action
1-11-99 Greater Delaware Valley To: 500 East Township Effective
Savings Bank Line Road
(T/A Alliance Bank) Havertown
Broomall Delaware County
Delaware County
From: 2 Brookline Boulevard
Havertown
Delaware County
Branch Discontinuances
Date Name of Bank Location Action
10-22-99 Laurel Bank 976 Barn Street Effective
Johnstown Hooversville
Cambria County Somerset County
10-22-99 Laurel Bank 7109 Mason Dixon Hwy. Effective
Johnstown Meyersdale
Cambria County Somerset County
10-22-99 Laurel Bank 1235 Main Street Effective
Johnstown Shanksville
Cambria County Somerset County
SAVINGS ASSOCIATIONS
No activity.
CREDIT UNIONS
Consolidations, Mergers and Absorptions
Date Name of Credit Union Location Action
10-21-99 First Capital Federal Credit York Effective
Union, York, and York Tracktown
Employees' Credit Union, York
Surviving Institution--
First Capital Federal Credit
Union, York
DAVID E. ZUERN,
Secretary
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 99-1876. Filed for public inspection November 5, 1999, 9:00 a.m.]
DEPARTMENT OF Office Building, 400 Market Street, Harrisburg, PA.
Questions concerning this meeting or agenda items can
CONSERVATION AND be directed to Kurt Leitholf at (717) 705-0031.
Persons in need of accommodations as provided for in
NATURAL RESOURCES the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 should
Conservation and Natural Resources Advisory
contact Claire Guisewite directly at (717) 705-0031 or
through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800)
Council; Meeting Notice 654-5984 (TDD) to discuss how the Department may
accommodate their needs.
Notice is hereby given of a meeting of the Conservation DENNIS DEMARA,
and Natural Resources Advisory Council to the Depart- Chairperson
ment of Conservation and Natural Resources on Wednes- [Pa.B. Doc. No. 99-1877. Filed for public inspection November 5, 1999, 9:00 a.m.]
day, November 17, 1999. The meeting will be held at 10
a.m. in Room 105, Lobby Level, Rachel Carson State
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DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Applications, Actions and Special Notices
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS RECEIVED UNDER THE PENNSYLVANIA CLEAN STREAMS
LAW AND THE FEDERAL CLEAN WATER ACT
[National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Program (NPDES)]
DISCHARGE OF CONTROLLED INDUSTRIAL WASTE AND SEWERAGE WASTEWATER
(Part I Permits)
The following parties have applied for an NPDES permit to discharge controlled wastewater into the surface waters of
this Commonwealth. Unless otherwise indicated, on the basis of preliminary review and application of lawful standards
and regulations, the Department of Environmental Protection (Department) proposes to issue a permit to discharge,
subject to certain effluent limitations and special conditions. These proposed determinations are tentative.
Where indicated the EPA, Region III, Administrator have waived the right to review or object to this proposed permit
action under the waiver provision 40 CFR 123.6E.
Persons wishing to comment on the proposed permit are invited to submit a statement to the office noted above the
application within 30 days from the date of this public notice. Comments received within this 30-day period will be
considered in the formulation of the final determinations regarding this application. Responses should include the name,
address and telephone number of the writer and a concise statement to inform the Department of the exact basis of a
comment and the relevant facts upon which it is based. A public hearing may be held if the responsible office considers
the public response significant.
Following the 30-day comment period, the Water Program Manager will make a final determination regarding the
proposed permit. Notice of this determination will be published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin at which time this
determination may be appealed to the Environmental Hearing Board.
The application and related documents, proposed effluent limitations and special conditions, comments received and
other information are on file and may be inspected and arrangements made for copying at the office indicated above the
application.
Applications for National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit to discharge to State
waters.
Northcentral Region: Environmental Program Manager, Water Management, 208 W. Third Street Suite 101, Wil-
liamsport, PA 17701-6510, (717) 327-3666.
PA 0024538. SIC: 4952 Beech Creek Borough Authority, P. O. Box 216, Beech Creek, PA 16822. This proposed
action is for issuance of an NPDES permit for the existing STP. The discharge of treated sewage is to Beech Creek in
Beech Creek Borough, Clinton County.
The receiving stream is classified for the following uses: Cold water fishery and aquatic life, water supply and
recreation.
For the purpose of evaluating effluent requirements for TDS, NO2-NO3, fluoride and phenolics, the existing
downstream potable water supply (PWS) considered during the evaluation is PA American Water Company located at
Milton, PA.
The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001, based on the design flow of 0.16 mgd, are:
Concentrations (mg/l)
Discharge Average Average Instantaneous
Parameter Monthly Weekly Maximum
pH (Std Units) within the range 6.0 to 9.0
Total Cl2 Residual* 0.5 1.6
CBOD5 25 40 50
TSS 30 45 60
*limit effective 3 years from permit effective date, until then monitor and report.
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