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00173106-5Maine D.E.P.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement
$187,10312/31/1996
00266188-7New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionMULTI-SITE ENFORCEMENT SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the studies and design leading to eventual clean-up of a number of Superfund sites in New Jersey. This includes the oversight of study and design work being done by the parties responsible for the contamination. The oversight includes reviewing information and documents, and attending site-related meetings.
$934,43209/30/1998
00264788-BNew Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionMULTI-SITE SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the studies and design leading to eventual clean-up and the oversight of clean-up of a number of Superfund sites in New Jersey. This includes the oversight of study and design work being performed by the Environmental Protection Agency, including reviewing information and documents, and attending site-related meetings
$2,323,05009/30/1998
00263085-6New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionAO POLYMER

A.O. Polymer Corp. Site-This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the investigation of the nature and extent of contamination at the A.O. Polymer Corp. Superfund Site. This includes the oversight of the investigation, remedial design and remedial action activites being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing information collected by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and attending site-related meetings.
$1,195,66612/31/1998
99814998-4Fort Belknap Community CouncilWATER POLLUTION CONTROL ON THE FORT BELKNAP INDIAN RESERVATION

Water Pollution Control On The Fort Belknap Indian Reservation
$89,24903/31/1999
99380001-2DC Water and Sewer AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER PROGRAM

This project is for a planning study to assist the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority in performing engineering studies and evaluations for its drinking water distribution system.
$950,89404/01/1999
99108502-3Connecticut Department of Public HealthTSCA TITLE IV LEAD PROGRAM

Tsca Title Iv Lead Program
$393,97912/31/1999
00263585-7New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionALBERT STEEL DRUM SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing and overseeing the investigation and the development of cleanup alternatives for the Albert Steel Superfund Site. This includes the review of investigations and work being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing the information collected by, or documents prepared by, that contractor, and attending site-related meetings.
$676,15512/31/1999
98035301-1AK Dept of Environ ConservTERMINATION OF GRANT "PRELIMINARY FIELD REVIEW TO CONDUCT WATER QUALITY MONITORING."

Pursuant to 40 CFR 31, this amendment terminates this grant in its entirety by mutual consent of the parties. The costs incurred by the grantee in the amount of $3,989 have been repaid in full to EPA and no other payment is due.
$007/31/2000
98641401-1All Indian Pueblo CouncilUST/LUST PROGRAM

Ust/Lust Program
$36,37209/30/2000
98036601-3Eek Traditional CouncilDEVELOPING TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY AND TECHNICAL ABILITY TO ADDRESS WASTE MANAGEMENT

Developing Tribal Environmental Capacity And Technical Ability To Address Waste Management
$55,60509/30/2000
99291198-1Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardV & M ALBALADEJO SITE - SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study activities of the V & M Albaladejo Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative work being performed by the Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs) or their contractors, reviewing information collected by either PRPs, EPA or their contractors and documents prepared by PRPs, EPA, and their contractors, and attending site-related meetings.
$25,00009/30/2000
98806101-2Crow Tribal CouncilWATER QUALITY MONITORING AND WORKSHOPS 106 SPECIAL PROJECT

Project to educate the reservation on water quality monitoring and clean-up activities through workshops.
$35,55612/15/2000
00265788-9NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationCLAREMONT POLYCHEMICAL SITE

The Cooperative Agreement is decreased by $16,015, from $116,000 to $99,985, for the following support agency assistance (SAA) activities: RI/FS SAA is decreased by $14,778 from $40,400 to $25,622; and, RA SAA for Operable Unit No. 2 is decreased by $1,237 from $3,600 to $2,363. This is in accordance with the final Financial Status Report dated September 19, 2001.
$99,98512/31/2000
00260084-9New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionDELILAH ROAD SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the investigation of the nature and extent of contamination at the Delilah Road Superfund Site. This includes the oversight of the investigation being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing information collected by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and attending site-related meetings.
$1,025,48212/31/2000
00249886-ANew Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionDENZER & SCHAFER X-RAY COMPANY SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the investigation of the nature and extent of contamination at the Denzer & Schafer X-Ray Company Superfund Site in New Jersey. This includes the investigation being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing information collected by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and attending site-related meetings.
$1,282,37412/31/2000
00244082-8New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionPRICE LANDFILL SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing and overseeing the investigation, development of cleanup alternatives, and cleanup of the Price Landfill Superfund Site. This includes the review of investigations and work being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing the information collected by, or documents prepared by, that contractor, and attending site-related meetings.
$6,139,72212/31/2000
98114801-2New Hampshire Off. of Energy and PlanningENHANCEMENT OF PRICE SETTER 1.0 SOFTWARE

This amendment extends the project and budget period. All terms and conditions of the basic assistance agreement remain unchanged and in full force and effect.
$25,62006/30/2001
98632101-3Arkansas Department of HealthINDOOR MICROBIOLOGICAL RISK FACTORS FOR ASTHMA IN SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN

This amendment decreases the Federal share base on the recipients final FSR dated 02/08/05, and closes this grant.
$26,17508/01/2001
99970901-3Soboba Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM I

This amendment decreases the total approved EPA assistance amount by $39,845, based on the final Financial Status Report dated 10/2/01. The deobligated balance of $39,845 has been carried forward to Grant #GA-98989801-1.
$329,09908/12/2001
98003801-4Hoh Indian TribeCOORDINATED TRIBAL WATER QUALITY PROGRAM

Change Grants Specialist - Hoh consolidated Water Quality Program
$326,02608/30/2001
98817301-3Regents of the University of ColoradoPILOT INDOOR ENVIRN. STUDY IN DAY-CARE CENTERS & GRADE SCHOOLS TO REDUCE CHILDHOOD ASTHMA SYMPTOMS

Decrease in Funds
$25,68609/30/2001
99151204-2New Hampshire D.H.H.S.TSCA TITLE IV LEAD PROGRAM

$238,24209/30/2001
00243001-3Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardHAZARDOUS WASTE SITE INVENTORY PROGRAM - BROWNFIELDS SITE ASSESSMENT

The objective of this Cooperative Agreement is to identify hazardous substances and plan for response actions to address them. The objective will be met by the completion of Targeted Brownfields Assessments at selected Brownfields sites in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
$009/30/2001
00249083-GNYS Dept of Environmental ConservationKENTUCKY AVENUE WELLFIELD SITE

A Cooperative Agreement for the State of New York to clean up the Kentucky Avenue Wellfield Superfund site. This agreement initially funded the recipient to clean up the Kentucky Avenue Wellfield Superfund site, and currently funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the site. This includes the oversight of investigative work being performed by the contractor retained by the parties potentially responsible for the contamination, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$936,64109/30/2001
99094801-4Kipnuk Traditional CouncilSOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE MASTER PLAN PROJECT

Solid & Hazardous Waste Master Plan Project
$236,65709/30/2001
98089701-1Native Village of NapaskiakGA-980897-01-0 NV NAPASKIAK

To complete an environmental assessment, develop an environmental plan, and develop a TEA/EPA agreement.
$33,73609/30/2001
98067501-1Skokomish TribeSUNNYSIDE COMMUNITY WATER SYSTEM

Sunnyside Community Water System
$17,09209/30/2001
99841101-6Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council

Inventory, Assessment and Oil Spill preventions measures.
$34,56609/30/2001
99833695-5MT Department of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE (NPS) PROJECTS

Projects to increase the level and quality of nonpoint source water pollution management in Montana.
$1,349,78710/31/2001
99297301-5Seneca Nation of IndiansAIR PROGRAM INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

Grant Agreement to assist the Seneca Nation of Indians in developing an air program infrastructure; source assessment; gathering resource information and tribal air evaluation.
$108,35612/31/2001
00264086-ANew Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionGEMS LANDFILL SITE

This Cooperative Agreement with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection provides funding to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for the initial phase of a remedial action and the design of the long term remedial action.
$1,771,12212/31/2001
00293391-6Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardBARCELONETA LANDFILL SITE

The activities performed by another entity to support site-related EPA response action is support agency assistance. The support agency reviews response data and documents, attends site-related meetings, and provides other site-related assistance to EPA. Support agency assistance ensures meaningful and substantial support agency involvement in site-related response activities.
$115,21003/31/2002
98211001-2Burlington CountySUPERFUND REDEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (REMEDIAL DESIGN SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE) - ROEBLING SITE, NJ

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing plans for future uses of the Roebling Superfund site. This includes performing public outreach, facilitating community meetings, and developing plans to reuse the site.
$93,00003/31/2002
98955301-2Bear River Band Of Rohnerville RancheriaFY-01/02 - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This amendment decreases EPA funding by $5,698, from $94,674, to $88,976, in accordance with your final Financial Status Report dated October 9, 2002. The unexpended funds have been carried forward to I-98955303-1.
$88,97606/30/2002
98543202-0Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementINDIANA DEM PPG - FISCAL YEAR 2002

The activities to be funded are taken from the approved Indiana FY' 02-03 Environmental Performance Partnership Agreement (EnPPA) and includes: Prevent Pollution, Reduce Toxic Releases, Improve Indiana's Air Quality, Restore and Protect Indiana's Surface Water, Ensure Safe Drinking Water, Focus on Northwest Indiana, Reduce and Safely Manage Waste, Clean Up Contaminated Sites, and Continuously Improve IDEM. In addition to these activities, the State submitted a work plan to carry out a PCB inspection program and a workplan to participate in the "Clean Sweeps" program.
$10,546,09306/30/2002
99086002-2WA Dept of EcologyPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

Performance Partnership Grant containing Air Pollution 105, Surface Water 106, Ground Water 106, Ground Water Pesticides 106, and Underground Injection Control Programs. To provide States with greater flexibility to address their highest environmental priorites, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings, and partnerships between EPA and the States.
$6,743,79806/30/2002
99280201-3New York State Dept. of Economic Dev.MULTI-MEDIA COMPLIANCE GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR PERCHLOROETHYLENE DRY CLEANERS

A Grant Agreement to assist the New York State Department of Economic Development to produce a single document that will help perchloroethylene (PERC) dry cleaners understand and comply with relevant local, state and federal environmental requirements.
$5,82206/30/2002
98673001-1Miami Tribe of OklahomaFY 2001 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Conduct Water Quality Monitoring Activities and Update the GIS Database
$87,47807/31/2002
99614604-4Texas Commission on Environmental QualitySEC. 319(H) NPS BASE AND COMP.: FY 1997 - 1999

Projects that are carried out under this grant include: Manadas Creek Assessment of Hazardous Materials, Update of Texas NPS Management Programs, Texas Watch, Protection of Edwards Aquifer, Groundwater Galveston Bay Watershed, and Upper Colorado River Urban Demonstrations.
$2,756,15608/31/2002
98124101-2University of Rhode IslandRI FRESHWATER WETLAND RESTORATION STRATEGY

This amendment extends the project and budget periods. It also adds term and condition #8.
$138,41008/31/2002
98844801-1Northern Arapahoe TribeENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SMALL GRANTS

Develop public information materials and environmental policies for activity pertaining to clean water and safe drinking water.
$9,42709/30/2002
98063601-4Alaska Water Wastewater Management AssociationX-980636-01 SURVEYS/STUDIES/INVESTIGATIONS

Develop Partners in Healthy Drinking Water Program in Rural Alaska.
$009/30/2002
00477102-2NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l Resources604(B) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This is a continuing annual program grant to assist states in implementing their water quality management program.
$211,44109/30/2002
97006901-1Jackson Bottom Wetlands PreserveOREGON NATUREMAPPING

Naturemapping project to engage citizen scientists in monitoring terrestial wildlife and sharing their observations with others thru a web-based database that can be used to track biodiversity in OR.
$18,50009/30/2002
98037601-4Native Village of EmmonakNATIVE VILLAGE OF EMMONAK - IGAP

Develop Tribal Environmental Capacity
$332,50009/30/2002
00243083-OPuerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardHAZARDOUS WASTE SITE INVENTORY PROGRAM

This project conducts site discoveries, investigations, and assessments utilizing the Hazard Ranking System on sites suspected to pose a threat to the community and/or the environement. These sites could be included on the National Priority List if the USEPA decides that further remedial activities are necessary to address any environmental problems at the site.
$4,642,98109/30/2002
98039201-4Native Village of ElimGA-980392-01 - GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - CAPACITY BUILDING PROJECT

CHANGES: Increase Funds and Revise Administrative Condition
$287,06509/30/2002
98024001-4Mentasta Traditional CouncilGA-980240-01 - MENTASTA TRADITIONAL COUNCIL

General Assistance Program - To continue capacity building through training and program development.
$290,55409/30/2002
98606201-5Miami Tribe of OklahomaBUILDING TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY - GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (GAP)

Building a functioning environmental infrastructure to progressively continue the organization of environmental concerns for the tribe.
$354,83209/30/2002
99279901-5VI Dept. of Planning and Natural ResourcesPM 2.5 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING NETWORK

A Cooperative Agreement to assist the Virgin Island Department of Planning and Natural Resources in the administration of the Particulate Matter 2.5 Ambient Air Monitoring Network.
$265,69209/30/2002
00307102-4VA Dept of Environmental QualityAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION - FOR INTERNAL PURPOSES ONLY. Federal funds in the amount of $108,950 are deobligated in accordance with the final Financial Status Report dated December 20, 2002.
$2,828,91509/30/2002
98026201-4Circle Village CouncilCIRCLE VILLAGE COUNCIL -TAKING CARE OF MOTHER EARTH

$243,56309/30/2002
98601701-5Otoe-Missouria Tribe of OklahomaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - CONTINUE BUILDING TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY

This grant will provide a Tribal Environmental Office to build capacity for the Tribe to operate an environmental program to protect and preserve the environment in Indian Country.
$418,00409/30/2002
98213899-3VI Department of Public WorksSOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE

This agreement will assist the government of the Virgin Islands to acquire information for use in developing an integrated solid waste management plan with objectives to achieve source reduction, increase recycling and improve landfill operations.
$10,27509/30/2002
98606501-4Wyandotte Tribe of OklahomaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (GAP) CONTINUE BUILDING TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY

This grant will provide a Tribal Environmental Office to build capacity for the Tribe to operate an environmental program to protect and preserve the environment in Indian Country.
$388,13909/30/2002
98685001-1City of Little RockENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE THROUGH POLLUTION PREVENTION

The purpose of this grant is to provide pollution prevention training to homebuilders (small businesses) and residents. The grant will utilize existing partnerships to build coalitions between the business community and residents to reduce pollution created during home renovation and construction.
$7,02110/01/2002
99811706-5MT Department of Environmental QualityWETLANDS PROTECTION

Agency assistance to protect, restore, and/or manage wetlands resources.
$389,06412/30/2002
82866801-3Center for Resource ManagementGOLF AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Small Grant - To improve the way golf courses are sited, designed and managed to least impact and even enhance the environment.
$72,50012/31/2002
98249702-1New York Academy of SciencesINDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY, POLLUTION PREVENTION, AND THE NEW YORK HARBOR ($20,856)

This amendment increases the agreement by $4,060 from $20,856 to $24,916. These funds are provided to organize and coordinate a panel discussion with representatives of the dental sector as an outgrowth of the mercury report. All Terms and Conditions to the previous award are in effect.
$24,91612/31/2002
98819201-6Fort Belknap Community CouncilMULTI SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Agency assistance for the Tribes' continued participation in the Non-Time Critical Removal Action at the King Creek site.
$40,21012/31/2002
00311702-2DE Dept of Health & Social ServicesDELAWARE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION PROGRAM

To provide support for the development and implementation of a public water system supervision program adequate to enforce the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act in the State of Delaware.
$441,06912/31/2002
99157301-2City of New BedfordCONSTRUCTION OF WASTEWATER COLLECTION, PUMPING, AND TREATMENT FACILITIES, AND IMPACT MITIGATION PROJ

Per your application request dated May 31, 2002, this amendment is to extend the project period and budget period end dates to assist in completing the construction of Waste water collection, pumping,and treatment facilities.
$1,202,04112/31/2002
98131101-1University of MassachusettsREGIONAL DEMO. & OUTREACH OF PESTICIDE CONTAINMENT DURING STORAGE & MIXING/LOADING

To develop and make available professionally drawn plans and bid specifications meeting or exeeding all Massachuetts codes for pesticide storage and mixing loading facility appropriately scaled for a typical Mass farm. Per your application request dated July 17, 2000.
$15,00012/31/2002
00266989-9NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationCIRCUITRON CORPORATION SITE

A Cooperative Agreement for the State of New York to clean up the Circuitron Corporation Site Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative work being performed by the contractor retained by the parties potentially responsible for the contamination, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$50,93312/31/2002
97416801-1North Carolina State UniversityURBAN INITIATIVE ENFORCEMENT PROJECT - PARTNERING WITH PEST MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS

NEW AWARD. The objective of this project is to determine current practices, attitudes, and sources of information on school pest management practices of Pest management professionals; to determine the framework for a school IPM educational program using IMP input; to develop an educational plan for school IPM for Pest management professionals based upon results of the above; and to deliver a school IPM educational program to Pest management professionals.
$39,98812/31/2002
99274801-3City of Yonkers New YorkBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT - CITY OF YONKERS, NEW YORK

Brownfields Assessment Pilot Cooperative Agreement - City of Yonkers , NY. This is a Cooperative Agreement for a Pilot program through which the City will assess brownfields sites in the Alexander Street Waterfront area.
$186,74412/31/2002
99677801-4Pueblo of Santa ClaraWATER QUALITY PROJECT FOR SANTA CLARA PUEBLO CWA, SEC. 106

This amendment extends the budget/project periods through 12/31/02. Except as provided herein all terms and conditions of the basic assistance agreement, including prior amendments, remain unchanged and in full force and effect.
$42,39412/31/2002
98167201-0Salem Sound 2000 Inc.WETLANDS HEALTH ASSESSMENT

Per your application request dated March 20, 2002, this grant is being awarded funding to support the Wetlands health assessment training for volunteers, using newly developed training handbooks to study sights which include newly restored salt marshes as wll as sites proposed for restoration.
$15,00001/04/2003
99093801-6Chehalis Confederated TribesCONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE CHEHALIS RESERVATION - CLEAN AIR ACT 103, TRIBAL AIR QUALITY PROGRAM

Administrative termination of assistance agreement.
$61,87901/30/2003
98668901-3City of Houston Dept of H&H Services

Children's Health Prevention : To improves lead poisoning prevention and hazard awareness levels among medical providers in selected target areas. This amendment extends the budget and project periods from 01/01/2001 - 09/30/2002 to 01/01/2001 - 01/31/2003. The award remains $28,903 (Federal).
$28,90301/31/2003
97416301-2University of South Carolina Research FoundationCAPACITY BUILDING GRANT

EXTENSION. Extend the project and budget period from 7/31/02, to 3/1/03.
$74,72903/01/2003
00173801-4Hope's Comm. for a Clean EnvironmentTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AT THE UNION CHEMICAL SITE

This assistance extends the duration period based on your request dated June 25, 2001. The terms and conditions are being revised.
$37,34603/20/2003
82990701-1City of FullertonVULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS AND RELATED SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS AT LARGE DRINKING WATER UTILITIES.

The objective of this program is to reduce the vulnerabilities that large drinking water utilities present to a terrorist attack. PWSID No. CA3010010
$115,00003/31/2003
82836601-3Coordinating Comm/Automotive RepairGREENLINK COMPLAINCE ASSISTANCE CENTER -

Outreach project to owners and technicians employed in the automotive service and collision industry. The Center is tasked with using industry communication channels to provide environmental compliance information.
$333,94503/31/2003
98081901-2Chehalis Confederated TribesGROUND WATER MODELING

To develop a computerized groundwater modeling program for the reservation's groundwater resources.
$21,80303/31/2003
99238401-7New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionBARNEGAT BAY ESTUARY PROGRAM (BBEP)

A Cooperative Agreement with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection of the Barengat Bay Estuary Program.
$1,739,35103/31/2003
99628202-3Texas Structural Pest Control BoardCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Consolidated Pesticide Enforcement Cooperative Agreement
$311,62404/15/2003
98309101-4MD Dept of the EnvironmentPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES FOR STATES GRANT PROGRAM

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION - FOR INTERNAL PURPOSES ONLY. Federal funds in the amount of $1,446.85 are being deobligated in accordance with the final Financial Status Report submitted 7/24/03.
ALL OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN UNCHANGED.
$71,69504/30/2003
97591201-0Reuse Development Organization Inc.REDO'S DONATIONS PROGRAM - MARKETING PROGRAM

To establish a donations infrastructure with the membership of the American Hardware Manufacturers Association to transfer reusable hardware products that would have been otherwise disposed of in landfills to used building materials warehouses and non-profit organizations supporting community building projects.
$20,00006/15/2003
99210103-1County of Union Div. of Environmental Health & Emerg. Mgmt.DIV. OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

Air Pollution Control Program
The funds are provided to continue air pollution control and air quality maintenance program activities directed to the protection of public health, welfare and safety. (partial award)
$45,26406/30/2003
97447702-1North Carolina State UniversityDEVELOPMENT/IMPLEMENTATION OF A HAND-OPERATED, METERED, CLOSED SYSTEM APPLICATOR

NEW AWARD. Objectives: (1) To modify the Select-A-Feed Jr. Marathon applicator into a closed system applicator for Di-Syston 15 G with a reusable valve for transmitting the material from a bulk container to the applicator device. (2) To field test the unit for efficacy and accuracy.
$12,95206/30/2003
98912901-4Tahoe Ctr for a Sustainable FutureCWA 104 (B)(3) - TAHOE ENVIRONMENTAL HOTLINE - RA FUNDS

This amendment extends the budget and project period end dates from June 30, 2002 to June 30, 2003. There is no change to the EPA assistance amount of $10,000.

Terms and condition numbered 1 through 9 of the previous assistance agreements, awarded September 23, 1998, July 13, 1999, June 30, 2000, and July 2, 2001 remain in full force and effect.
$10,00006/30/2003
97579101-2National Council for Air & Stream Improvement Inc.NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR AIR AND STREAM IMPROVEMENT

This action will extend the budget and project period to April 30, 2003. This action in no way provides additional funding to this grant. This grant will continue to increase coordination and collaboration among industries generating significant amounts of non-hazardous industrial by-products and those who have the potential to beneficially reuse them, thereby diverting these materials from landfilling and incineration.
$25,00006/30/2003
82855101-1Delaware Department of TransportationCORRIDOR CAPACITY PRESERVATION PROGRAM - WORKBOOK AND WEBSITE

Time Extension (Amendment)
$40,00006/30/2003
97606201-0Teaching Responsible Earth EducationOUTDOOR PROGRAM FOR LOW-INCOME AND CULTURALLY DIVERSE YOUTH

T.R.E.E. will expand its five-day, four-night Sunship Earth education program to include John Dibert Elementary School in New Orleans, LA., an inner-city public school whose population is 94% minority. This popluation of students is particularly lacking in knowledge about environmental issues and will thus benefit greatly from T.R.E.E.'s hands-on approach to environmental education. Educating these youngsters about the issues directly affecting their lives as residents of the area commonly called "Cancer Alley" will do much to advance the cause of environmental justice described in the EPA's Environmental Education grant guidelines.
$14,65006/30/2003
98011301-5WA Dept of Fish and WildlifePRIORITY HABITAT AND SPECIES - PHASE II

Wetland
$32,51606/30/2003
98929401-4La Jolla Band of Luiseno IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM I

This amendment increases the total approved EPA assistance amount by $112,500 to support workplan tasks through 6/30/03.

The objective of the project is to plan, develop, and establish the capability for implementing environmental protection programs administered by EPA and the development and implementation of solid and hazardous waste programs for the Tribe.
$290,06106/30/2003
98468299-3Gibson-Carroll Environmental Restoration Assoc.TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

This action approves a project and budget extension to 6/30/03 to allow for completion of project tasks.
$28,32006/30/2003
98667501-4University of New MexicoOPERATOR CERTIFICATION PROGRAM - ESTABLISH AN AMERICAN INDIAN UTILITY TRAINING INSTITUTE

This amendment extends the budget and project periods to June 30, 2003. Except as provided herein, all terms and conditions of the basic assistance agreement, including prior amendments, remain unchanged and in full force and effect.
$297,77606/30/2003
00269911-1Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPREQB TOXIS SUBSTANCES COMPLIANCE MONITORING PROGRAM

This project aims to ensure the safe management of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in Puerto Rico through the performance of compliance inspections and the preparation of corresponding inspection reports documenting compliance status of facilities with applicable regulations. Inspections are performed at facilities which potentially use PCB equipment or have PCB contamination. These activities are expected to help prevent or eliminate unreasonable risks to human health and the environment.
$75,40706/30/2003
98266902-2York College CUNY/Research FoundationENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

A Grant Agreement is provided to York College to assist in the administration of its York College Environmental Stewardship Academy. This project will serve as an educational alternative to address Career Development and Environmental Justice.
$16,17906/30/2003
97451502-2North Carolina A&T State UniversityTHE NC AGRI. LITERACY PROJ. ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE FOOD PRODUCTION SYSTEMS.

DEOBLIGATION AND CLOSEOUT: This action deobligates $7,652.35 in federal funding and closes the grant.
$3,10306/30/2003
98240301-1Immaculate Conception Environmental ClubIMMACULATE CONCEPTION OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORY

Funds are provided to develop a courtyard resource into an outdoor nature laboratory and for a nearby area for composting to be used as a learning center for students.
$3,84006/30/2003
98463299-2Oak Ridge Communities AlliedTECHNICAL ASSISTANT GRANT

This action approves an extension to the project and budget period to 6/30/03. This extension is necessary for the grantee to complete a series of activities related to this project.
$45,31506/30/2003
98122601-3Narragansett Bay CommissionAN ASSESSMENT OF WET WEATHER WATER QUALITY CONCERNS IN THE UPPER WOONASQUATUCKET RIVER.

This amendment extends the project and budget periods. All terms and conditions of the basic assistance agreement remain unchanged and in full force and effect.
$14,05906/30/2003
00057101-3Chehalis Confederated Tribes

To update surface water monitoring strategy, and continue ground water monitoring and data analysis.
$006/30/2003
00658210-3New Mexico Environment DepartmentSTATE INDOOR RADON PROGRAM

This amendment extends the budget and project periods to June 30, 2003.
$164,89106/30/2003
97013901-3Yakama NationPORTLAND HARBOR NPL SITE

Support Agency Agreement to support participation in cleanup activities at the Portland Harbor NPL site, McCormick & Baxter NPL site, and Gould NPL site.
$38,72706/30/2003
98045601-2Sauk-Suiattle Indian TribeI-980456-01-1 SAUK-SUIATTLE IT

To develop a complete set of baseline data on the quality of surface water. To work with Washington Department of Ecology to shape the rule making process on the Tribe's Outstanding Natural Resource Petition.
To fund year two and extend the project and budget periods on ths agreement.
$117,36306/30/2003
98024701-5Suquamish TribeV-980247-01, SUQUAMISH TRIBE: SUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR WYCKOFF/EAGLE HARBOR

Tribal participation at the Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor Superfund Site.
$72,63506/30/2003
98713901-1Crowder CollegeCROWDER COLLEGE - SOLAR BIKERAYCE

This amendment represents a decrease in funds and termination of the agreement based on recipients failure to comply with the terms and conditons of the grant.
$006/30/2003
98220200-2Saint Regis Mohawk TribeSOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM - IMPLEMENTING SRMT SOLID WASTE RECYCLING PLAN

This assistance agreement will provide funding to assist the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe in implementing the recycling component of the Tribe's solid waste management plan. Specifically to establish a waste transfer station and recycling/reuse center to increase recovery of recyclable materials, create jobs locally and to achieve economic sustainability for the recycling program.
$11,00706/30/2003
99244401-7Office of the Mayor of the City of NYNYC BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT

A cooperative agreement with the Office of the Mayor of the City of New York to implement the Brownfield Pilot Project to integrate site assessment and redevelopment of Brownfield sites in the City of New York.
$198,76307/15/2003
98242101-1University of the Virgin IslandsENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

This project is provided to the University of the Virgin Islands to conduct workshops to train Virgin Islanders to assess potential health and pollution risks on their properties through expansion of the Virgin Islands Home and Farm Water Quality Assessment Program.
$6,07607/16/2003
97603101-1Paso del Norte Clean Cities CoalitionUS/MEXICO NATURAL GAS VEHICLE

Natural Gas Vehicle Market Development Initiative.
$20,73507/22/2003
97549401-1Nottawaseppi Huron Band of PotawatomiRADON MONITORING AND EDUCATION PROJECT

THIS ACTION IS IN RESPONSE TO THE RECIPIENT'S REQUEST DATED MAY 22, 2002.

ALL PREVIOUSLY CITED TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN THE SAME.
$13,29107/30/2003
97531101-3Central Lake Superior Land ConservancyLAKE SUPERIOR BINATIONAL PROGRAM

Scope of Work (Major); Time Extension (Amendment)
Continue to provide financial support necessary to ensure that the public interest is represented in the ongoing binational activities related to the development of the LaMP. The grant will provide support for coordinating information among the various programs, and agencies through the Developing Sustainability Committee of the Lake Superior Land Conservancy Clean Water Act Section 104(b)(3) program during FY 2002.
$78,00007/31/2003
83037101-0Nat. Trust for Historic Preservation in the U.SSMALL GRANT- NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION/ SMART GROWTH FOR SCHOOLS-

To develop outreach materials that will help communicate opportunities for more environmentally responsible school sitings and locations.
$20,00007/31/2003
98228700-2Universidad MetropolitanaPUERTO RICO'S ROAD TO SMART GROWTH

This agreement introduces the Smart Growth alternative in Puerto Rico by providing communities with information to promote sustainable development and create awareness among decision makers regarding unsustainable land use and urban development patterns, The project will initiate changes in the current unsustainable growth patterns in Puerto Rico.
$239,51807/31/2003
83056001-0American Society of Civil EngineersENTRY OF 2002 DATA SETS INTO NATIONAL STORMWATER BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES DATABASE

SMALL GRANT- To assist municipalities, states, businesses, the professional engineering and scientific community, and the general public in designing appropriate stormwater facilities in their communities, thereby improving water quality nationwide
$50,00008/31/2003
98667701-4The University of Texas at El PasoENHANCING ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN THE EL PASO AREA BUILDINGS

This amendment extends the budget and project periods from 09/01/2000 - 02/28/2003 to 09/01/2000 - 08/31/2003. The award remains $39,988 (Federal).
$39,66208/31/2003
98146701-2Connecticut River Watershed Council Inc.SUSTAINABLE RIVER BANKS

Sustainable River Banks
$4,99408/31/2003
97939001-0Arizona Clean & BeautifulRCRA 8001 -CAMPUS RECYCLING IN RURAL COMMUNITIES

This provides full funding in the amount of $22,500 to support the Campus Recycling In Rural Communities Project which will replicate a model educational solid waste reduction/recycling program to develop student recycling clubs in rural Northern Arozona elementary and middle schools.
$22,50009/14/2003
00450503-1AL Dept of Environmental ManagementUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (REGULATORY)

Increase of funds (Completion of Partial) to assist the State in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective state-run UST regulatory program for the prevention, detection, and correction of leaking underground storage tanks containing petroleum and hazardous substances.
$186,67509/30/2003
00900903-0Ventura County APCDFY-2003 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This provides full funding in the amount of $1,162,145 for continued support of CAA Section 105 program to assist the delegated air quality agency in carrying out their statutory requirements.
$1,162,14509/30/2003
98843701-3Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council

Development and implementation of program to manage underground storage tanks and leaking underground storage tanks.
$70,77809/30/2003
98852103-3Fort Belknap Community CouncilPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Agency assistance to continue to provide the Fort Belknap Tribes with the flexibility to address their highest environmental priorities while addressing core requirements.
$417,50709/30/2003
97461302-1KY Environmental and Public Protection CabinetCHEMICAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION GRANTS PROGRAM

NEW AWARD. Objectives: This grant will use the funds for education, compliance monitoring, and enforcement activities with respect to subject sources' implementation of a compliant Risk Management Program and development of a compliant Risk Management Plan. Funds will be used for inspection/audit training for regional office inspectors around the state which will enhance implementation of its delegated 112(r) program.
$10,96809/30/2003
98277601-0Citizen Policy & Education Fund of NJCITIZEN POLICY & ED FUND OF NJ -EJ

A grant agreement is provided to the Citizen Policy and Education Fund of NJ to assist in a project entitled Tenant Sampling and Lead Abatement Enforcement.
$20,00009/30/2003
83109401-0Behavioral Toxicology SocietyDEVELOPING ZEBRAFISH MODELS FOR NEUROBEHAVIORAL TOXICOLOGY-

SMALL GRANT-This symposium will cover the opportunities offered by the zebrafish model and present data concerning its use in the study of the molecular basis of neurodevelopment.
$2,50009/30/2003
00511601-3Great Lakes CommissionLAKE SUPERIOR HUMAN HEALTH COMMITTE WEBSITE:

To design and construct Web pages that include information of importance of Human Health Discussion paper for the LaMP. These pages will meet the mandate of the Committee and will provide easy access to pertinent issues to a broad audience over the Internet.

ALL PREVIOUSLY CITED TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN THE SAME.

THIS ACTION IS IN ACCORDANCE TO THE RECIPIENT'S REQUEST DATED JUNE 27, 2002.
$30,00009/30/2003
99516801-5Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesTMDL TOOLS DEVELOPMENT: PHASE II

This project is for Phase III of the TMDL development for Pine Creek and measuring nonpoint source management success in selected small watersheds in the Mississippi River Basin.
$301,36509/30/2003
82985001-1Chester Water AuthorityVULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS AND RELATED SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS AT LARGE DRINKING WATER UTILITIES

The objective of this program is to reduce the vulnerabilities that large drinking water utilities present to a terrorist attack. PWS ID No.: PA1230004
$115,00009/30/2003
98315602-3DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlFY2002/2003 DE RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION - FOR INTERNAL PURPOSES ONLY. This action deobligates funds in the amount of $197,219, in accordance with final Financial Status Report submitted April 21, 2004.
ALL OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN UNCHANGED.
$1,622,78109/30/2003
00030603-0ID Dept of Water ResourcesUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC)

State of Idaho - Underground Injection Control Program
Continuing Envrionmental program grant to support the implementation of the Underground Injection Control Program in the State of Idaho. The State of Idaho has primacy for the UIC program.
$85,00009/30/2003
00402103-1Pinellas County Board of Commissioners(A) AIR POLLUTION CONTROL, SEC. 105

The objective of this funding action, as part of the continuing environmental program grant, will support Pinellas County's efforts to maintain and strengthen its comprehensive air pollution program. This program focuses on the core air protection objectives of attaining and maintaining National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), addressing air toxics, supporting compliance and enforcement efforts, and permitting air pollution sources.
$288,70209/30/2003
99800308-2ND State Water CommissionCD99800308-0 ND STATE WTR COMM CONT

To assist in developing new or enhancing existing wetlands protection management restoration programs.
$203,00109/30/2003
98015501-3Suquamish TribeX-980155-01: SUQUAMISH TRIBAL AIR QUALITY PROGRAM

& Model Tribal Indoor Air Quality Project for Tribes of Washington State
$417,89309/30/2003
98935901-3Cahto Tribe of Laytonville RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM I

This amendment increases the EPA assistance amount by $129,813 to support work plan activities through September 30, 2003. The objective of the project is to plan, develop, and establish the capability for implementing environmental protection programs and for the development and implementation of Solid and Hazardous Waste programs for tribes. In addition, funding supports a Lead Awareness Educational Outreach Program.
$360,21909/30/2003
82586001-7National Governors' AssociationPROPOSAL TO INCREASE THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF FEDERAL/ STATE EFFORTS IN THE SUPERFUND PROGRAM

To conduct research in brownfield redevelopment, Superfund reauthorization, chemical accident prevention and preparedness, and other policies and initiatives that reduce the human health impacts of contaminated sites and chemmical emergencies.
$1,114,31009/30/2003
98174001-0Aroostook Band Of MicmacsCLEAN AIR ACT GRANT

Development of Air monitroing program. The $40,000 is awarded as follows: $7,000 as EPA grant assistance to the grantee and $33,000 as in-kind assistance that will be added to a national contract for air monitoring analysis.
$40,00009/30/2003
00435503-2MS Dept of Environmental QualityUNDERGROUND WATER SOURCE PROTECTION

Underground Water Source Protection
$59,32309/30/2003
82893101-1Environmental Fund for PennsylvaniaGREENWORKS PROJECT

SMALL GRANT - The objective of this project is to support the development of an environmental education video outlining the Environmental Monitoring for Public Access and Community Tracking (EMPACT) Program.
$75,00009/30/2003
00215225-0NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationPESTICIDES ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

A Cooperative Agreement is provided to the NYSDEC to assist in the administration of its Pesticides Enforcement Program.
$484,90009/30/2003
97434803-2FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionPOLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM

This action approves $94,607 unobligated funds to be carryover to NP97434803-0.
$107,48009/30/2003
00343903-0MD Dept of the EnvironmentWATER QUALITY PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

Assisting States, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations and Interstate Organizations in carrying out Water Quality Management planning activities.
$325,69109/30/2003
99501913-1Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN DEQ - INDOOR RADON - FY 2003

To establish effective radon programs among States, Territories, and Federally Recognized Indian Tribes; Increase the number of homes, schools, and other buildings tested and mitigated for radon; Encourage radon testing and disclosure in connection with real estate transfers; implement radon resistant construction standard in high risk areas; and promote environmental justice through programs and outreach efforts directed at low-income and/or culturally-diverse populations.
$335,00009/30/2003
97435101-1Clemson UniversityPESTICIDE ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM (PESP)

DEOBLIGATION AND CLOSEOUT: This action deobligates the remaining unobligated balance of $2,725.52 as reported on the Final Financial Status Report. The action also closes the grant.
$37,25509/30/2003
82988401-2City of ClearwaterVULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS AND RELATED SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS AT LARGE DRINKING WATER UTILITIES

The objective of this program is to reduce the vulnerabilities that large drinking water utilities present to a terrorist attack. PWSID No.: FL6520336
$115,00009/30/2003
98271300-1Delaware River Basin CommissionMODELING THE FATE AND TRANSPORTATION OF PCBS IN THE DELAWARE ESTUARY

A Grant Agreement is provided to the Delaware River Basin Commission to assist in the administration of its Modeling the Fate and Transportation of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) in the Delaware Estuary project.
$37,31609/30/2003
00293591-6Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardVEGA ALTA SITE/OPERABLE UNIT 1 - SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of Operable Unit No. 1 of the Vega Alta Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative work being performed by the Environmental Protection Agency and/or by the parties responsible for the contamination, or by their respective contractors, reviewing information collected by these entities and documents prepared by these entities, and attending site-related meetings.
$141,28709/30/2003
98331001-3WV Environmental Training CenterWASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING GRANT PROGRAM

This amendment increases the Federal share in the amount of $12,000 and extends the budget and project periods to September 30, 2003 for Publishing National Operator Training Newsletter "Onsite Oversite".
$11,47509/30/2003
00258084-INYS Dept of Environmental ConservationWIDE BEACH DEVELOPMENT SITE

Wide Beach Development Site
$588,59809/30/2003
98210301-2Town of PhillipsburgBROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT - TOWN OF PHILLIPSBURG, NEW JERSEY

A Cooperative Agreement with the Town of Phillipsburg, New Jersey, to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$177,77309/30/2003
98364501-2Self Reliance FoundationENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - ASTHMA AND THE ENVIRONMENT

This action changes the EPA project officer from Agnes White to Pete Bentley and adds Administrative Condition Number 7 to the grant agreement.

ALL OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN UNCHANGED.
$009/30/2003
00827002-5Oglala Sioux Tribal CouncilPESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

To develop and maintain comprehensive pesticide programs that address all aspects of pesticide enforcement and special pesticide initiatives.
$116,81909/30/2003
00294991-7Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardVEGA ALTA SITE OPERABLE UNIT NO. 2 - SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of Operable Unit No. 2 of the Vega Alta Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative work being performed by the Environmental Protection Agency and/or by the parties responsible for the contamination, or by their respective contractors, reviewing information collected by these entities and documents prepared by these entities, and attending site-related meetings.
$121,50909/30/2003
98151101-2Connecticut D.E.P.BROWNFIELDS SITE ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Additional funds, extension of project period and a revision of scope.
$272,44609/30/2003
98228201-2New York State Department of HealthPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES FOR STATES

A Grant agreement is provided to the New York State Department of Health, Center for Environmental Health, to conduct a series of technical seminars in New York State on pollution prevention activities in the health care industry. These seminars will be open to hospitals, nursing homes, health science centers, and home health care agencies. See Terms and Conditions as part of this award.
$165,65909/30/2003
00173514-1Connecticut D.E.P.CT DEP:CORE/VCP

This agreement provides funding for Core and Voluntary Cleanup Program
$383,86009/30/2003
00213103-2Puerto Rico Department of HealthPUBLIC WATER SUPPLY SUPERVISION PROGRAM

A Grant Agreement to assist the Puerto Rico Department of Health in the administration of its Fiscal Year 2003 program. This grant will foster development and maintenance of the Common Wealth's programs that implement the Safe Drinking Water Act. (partial award).
$672,10709/30/2003
98843701-3Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council

Development and implementation of program to manage underground storage tanks and leaking underground storage tanks.
$70,77809/30/2003
99160101-4Houlton Band of Maliseet IndiansCONTINUING INVESTIGATIONS OF A PEER REVIEW PROGRAM.

This assistance amendment extends the duration period based on your application dated September 26, 2002. The terms and conditions are being revised.
$009/30/2003
98409103-2Kentucky Department of AgricultureKY PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

KY Performance Partnership grant for FY03.
$545,53009/30/2003
97438903-2Eastern Band Of Cherokee IndiansAIR QUALITY PROGRAM SECTION 105

NEWAWARD. To assist Tribes in planning, developing, establishing, improving, and maintaining adequate programs for prevention and control of air pollution of national primary and secondary air standards.
$148,84509/30/2003
98050401-3Burns-Paiute General CouncilINFRASTRUCTURE BUILDING AND PRELIMINARY ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Changes: Increase of Funds; Revise Scope of Work; and Time Extension to continue infrastructure building and environmental capacity building projects
$316,43309/30/2003
00486203-1Eastern Band Of Cherokee IndiansWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

NEW AWARD. Continuing Annual Program. To assist States and Indian Tribes in establishing and maintaining adequate measures for prevention and control of surface and groundwater pollution.
$85,11109/30/2003
98058101-4Nisqually Indian Community CouncilGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - FOCUS ON WATER QUALITY, GROUND WATER, FINALIZE TEA.

To identify water quality problems through monitoring; coordinate with the city of Olympia in utilization of ground water, continue to address issues with the local septic systems, continue to participate in the relocation project of the high voltage transmission line running across the reservation and finalize the TEA.
$317,34209/30/2003
00351813-1DE Dept of Health & Social ServicesSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

An award to develop and implement programs and projects reducing radon risks and increase the number of homes and schools tested and mitigated for radon.
$138,52509/30/2003
98683701-1Lamar UniversityPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES FOR STATES - APPLYING NEW TECHNOLOGY

The objective of this proposal is the transfer of new technology for pollution prevention in chemical complexes developed through the Gulf Coast Hazardous Substance Research Center, a chemical complex analysis system.
$23,70609/30/2003
98682201-2The University of Texas at El Paso2 PERCENT SET ASIDE

To provide technical assistance in waste reduction to small/medium sized businesses and other pollutant emitting entities in West Texas.
$27,64209/30/2003
00967603-2Navajo NationFY-03 UNDERGROUND WATER SOURCE PROTECTION

Develop and implement an underground injection control program to protect underground source of drinking water.
$72,18009/30/2003
98044901-5Organized Village of SaxmanINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - CAPACITY BUILDING

Indian General Assistance for Environmental Capacity Building
$269,28609/30/2003
99186498-6Houlton Band of Maliseet IndiansFY98 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This assistance amendment extends the duration period based on your application dated September 26, 2002. The terms and conditions are being revised.
$296,25009/30/2003
00620103-1Arkansas Department of HealthAR DRINKING WATER SUPPLY SUPERVISION PROGRAM

Implement Safe Drinking Water Water Act and National Primary Drinking Water Regulations in Arkansas.
$896,44709/30/2003
00346703-2DC Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING
$100,00009/30/2003
00349213-1WV Dept of Health & Human ResourcesSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

An award to develop and implement programs and projects reducing radon risks and increase the number of homes and schools tested and mitigated for radon.
$74,62909/30/2003
98214301-2New Jersey Department of Health and Senior ServicesPFIESTERIA PISCICIDA RAPID RESPONSE PLAN

A Grant Agreement to assist the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services in the development and implementation of a Pfiesteria Piscicida Rapid Response Plan.
$36,37709/30/2003
98633801-8New Mexico Environment DepartmentMULTI-SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

FY 01 Multi-Site Superfund Cooperative Agreement
$3,450,56409/30/2003
98097001-3False Pass Tribal CouncilINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

General Assistance Program: To build tribal capacity to manage environmental programs to address ecological and human health concerns.

This amendment:

1) adds $90,000 in EPA funding
2) revises Administrative Condition #10 and #12
3) extends project and budget period to 09/30/03
4) changes Grants Specialist as shown above
$90,00009/30/2003
98813601-5Northern Cheyenne Tribal CouncilPARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING NETWORK (PM 2.5)

Agency assistance to continue to develop and implement a nationwide fine particular (PM 2.5) monitoring network and implement an Interagency Monitoring of Protected Visual Environments (IMPROVE) monitoring network.
$109,97809/30/2003
99251908-1Syracuse University-Maxwell School of CitizenshipMAXWELL SCHOOL - ENVIRONMENTAL FINANCE CENTER

A Grant Agreement is provided to continue work at the Environmental Finance Center at Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs to enhance the administrative and financial capacities of the regulated community.
$222,21509/30/2003
98090301-2Native Village of Deering (IRA)TRIBAL OPEN DUMP CLEAN-UP PROJECT

This amendment extends the budget/project priod to 9/30/2003 and changes the Grants Specialist to Michael Adler.
$32,05609/30/2003
98246300-1NYS Wetlands Forum Inc.DIVERGING WETLAND VIEWPOINTS IN NY

A Grant Agreement is provided to the New York State Wetlands Forum, Inc. (NYSWF) to assist them in improving the exchange of ideas, experience, policy initiatives, and research results regarding wetlands among local government representatives, nonprofits, universities, and the NYSWF.
$23,90009/30/2003
98062701-3Northway Village CouncilGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM-CONTINUATION OF NORTHWAY VILLAGE ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM

This amendment changes the agreement as follows: Increases funding in the amount of $190,000; extends the project/budget period to 09/30/2003; approves the revised workplan submitted 06/25/2001; and changes the Grants Specialist.
$224,50009/30/2003
99492196-4Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife ResourcesWETLANDS STATE DEVELOPMENT 104 (B)(3)

Wetlands Technical Assistant Program. This action approves an EXTENSION to the project/budget period from 9/30/2000 to 9/30/2002. This extension will allow a continuation of the landowner technical assistance in wetland restoration.
$97,44809/30/2003
97930501-0Esperanza International IncU.S MEXICO BORDER GRANT - ESPERANZA FAMILY WATER SAFETY PROJECT

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $30,000 to provide participants with educational materials and tools that will decrease health risks and teach practical water conservation and purifying practices.
$30,00010/31/2003
97606301-3Barataria-Terrebonne Estuary Foundation Inc.DIVERSION PUBLIC OUTREACH

Assist EPA and the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources in developing and disseminating information and to establish a dialogue between the people of the Bayou Lafourche Community and the sponsors of the Bayou Lafourche Diversion Project.
$24,06111/15/2003
98333501-1County of LehighBROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Funds will be used to make loans to brownfield property developers to conduct non-time critical removal of contamination. The County of Lehigh will then manage collection of these loans for funding future loans.
$2,49511/17/2003
98076101-3Yakama NationX-980761-01-2 YAKAMA IN

To facilitate information sharing between tribes with air quality efforts and to determine need/feasability of a formal inter-tribal organization.
To add funds, revise budget categories, and extend the project and budget periods on this agreement.
$223,99711/30/2003
82827901-3University of Missouri-ColumbiaACUTE TO CHRONIC NO OBSERVABLE EFFECT CONCENTRATION SOFTWARE

SMALL GRANT The purpose is to develop the necessary theory and methodology for providing a user-friendly toxicologically and statistically-based software for predicting chronic toxicity from acute test data.
Increase of Funds (Supplemental) and extension of Budget and Project Periods
$92,90011/30/2003
99367405-5Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Mgmt AssocREGIONAL COOPERATION AND ASSISTANCE FOR CLEAN AIR ACT IMPLEMENTATION

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION - FOR INTERNAL PURPOSES ONLY. Federal funds in the amount of $2,442.64 deobligated in accordance with revised final FSR dated July 17, 2005.
$704,25511/30/2003
98108201-3Southern Windsor County Reg. Plng. Comm.BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT TO THE SOUTHERN WINDSOR COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION.

This amendment extends the project and budget period.
$349,98212/01/2003
82988801-0City of CoronaVULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS AND RELATED SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS AT LARGE DRINKING WATER UTILITIES.

The objective of this program is to reduce the vulnerabilities that large drinking water utilities present to a terrorist attack. PWS ID No.: CA3310037
$115,00012/30/2003
97621201-0Regents of New Mexico State UniversityBORDER POLLUTION PREVENTION PROJECT

The main objective is facilitation of information exchange between stakeholders in the U.S./Mexico border.
$10,00012/31/2003
97950601-2CA Dept of Pesticide RegPESTICIDE REGULATORY EDUCATION PROGRAM

Pesticide Regulatory Education Program: provides training to state/tribal/territory pesticide regulators
$324,59512/31/2003
97572601-2Michigan Department of Community HealthSPECIAL CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING PROJECTS

A) Develop and implement a training stipend program for low to moderate-income individuals and local health department staff. B) Development, validation and utilization of Michigan's third-party abatement worker examination, and validation of the additional lead discipline exams. C) Procurement of supplies for the certification identificationnn card system. D) Development of a policy and procedures manual for local health staff to use during environmental investigations of housing unitss with lead poisoned children.
$125,00012/31/2003
83017501-0Upper Mohawk Valley Regional Water BoardVULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS AND RELATED SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS AT LARGE DRINKING WATER UTILITIES

The objective of this program is to reduce the vulnerabilities that large drinking water utilities present to a terrorist attack. PWSID No.: NY3202411
$115,00012/31/2003
99126701-3Montachusett Regional Planning CommissionMONTACHUSETT REGION - BROWNFIELD REUSE INITIATIVE.

Montachusett Region - Brownfield Reuse Initiative.
$350,00012/31/2003
82639601-5George Washington UniversityADVANCING RISK ASSESSMENT FOR WATER QUALITY ISSUES

To provide a mechanism in which new risk assessment methodologies can be addressed and solutions offered to the interested community.
$3,453,84412/31/2003
98079301-2Sauk-Suiattle Indian TribeSAUK-SUIATTLE TRIBAL WATER SYSTEM

Sauk-Suiattle Tribal Water System
$22,48812/31/2003
98050701-5Confederated Tribes of Warm SpringsGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY BUILDING

This Amendment hereby provides the remainder of Incremental Funding in the amount of $120,000 for the completion of the project.
$461,76312/31/2003
98354301-5Houtzdale BoroughSPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS PROJECT

This project is for the replacement of existing and construction of new drinking water and wastewater conveyance lines in a four block area of downtown Houtzdale, PA.
$363,90012/31/2003
00462603-2Poarch Band Of Creek IndiansWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM SECTION 106

NEW AWARD. To assist States and Indian Tribes qualified under Section 518(e) and interstate agencies in establishing and maintaining adequate measures for prevention and control of surface and ground water pollution.
$65,70612/31/2003
98232901-3PiscatawayRADON RESISTANT- NEW CONSTRUCTION AND INFORMATION TRAINING PROJECT

This project is to assist Rutgers University Department of Environmental Science to provide Radon Resistant Construction information in electronic format and update course materials on radon in water issues.
$18,24912/31/2003
98070301-3Native Village of Minto (IRA)GA-980703-01 - MINTO

This amendment hereby conditionally approves and provides funding for Year 3 and Year 4 work plan activities, and extends the end date of this agreeement through December 31, 2003.

See new condition number 15 which has been added.

All other terms and conditions remain the same.
$265,27912/31/2003
99851201-ARosebud Sioux Tribal Council103 AIR SPECIAL STUDIES

Enission Inventory and Pm 10 monitoring
$145,26312/31/2003
98153101-1University of MassachusettsWEED CONTROL IN COMMERCIAL CRANBERRY PRODUCTION

Per your application request dated July 20, 2001, this grant provides assistance to the use of long and short term floods for weed control in the commercial cranberry production.
$28,99512/31/2003
99169001-3City of Berlin Water WorksWATER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS

This amendment extends the project and budget period to 12/31/03 and changes the recipient project manager to Roland L. Viens, Supt. All terms and conditions of the basic assistance agreement remain in full force and effect.
$1,996,13312/31/2003
98022601-3AnchorageTRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND RADIONUCLIDES PROJECT

Traditional Knowledge And Radionuclides Project.
$674,22212/31/2003
98170801-2University of Rhode IslandBUILDING WATERSHED COUNCILS

This amendment approves of your workplan reviosons dated May 15, 2003 and also extends the project and budget period to 12/31/03 per your application dated 6/5/03. This purpose of this garant is to build Watershed Councils in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
$18,10212/31/2003
98213101-4Rutgers UniversityRADON RESISTANT NEW CONSTRUCTION MEASUREMENT PROJECT

The Eastern Regional Radon Training Center at Rutgers University will conduct research on the effectiveness of passive sub-slab depressurization systems at reducing indoor radon levels in residential construction in New York and New Jersey.
$27,38312/31/2003
98064601-4Healy Lake VillageGA-980646-01 INDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.

This Amendment hereby provides the final year of funding under this grant to cover the approved Year 4 work plan activities faxed to EPA by the Recipient on March 27, 2002.

All other terms and conditions remain the same.
$146,20012/31/2003
98354801-3International City/County Mgmt. Assoc.CHESAPEAKE BAY PROGRAM

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION - FOR INTERNAL PURPOSES ONLY.

Federal funds of $2,053.86 are deobligated in accordance with the final FSR dated February 2, 2004.
$30,90212/31/2003
98050101-4Native Village of WalesINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

To establish an environmental presence at the local level, which will enable the Tribal government to address hazardous waste issues relating former U.S. Army activities.
$257,47512/31/2003
97013601-2Native Village of KianaSOLID WASTE FEASIBILITY STUDY, DESIGN/CLOSURE PLANS & SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN

(1) To perform a solid waste feasibility study and prepare design/closure and Solid Waste Management Plans; (2) To establish a local stakeholder group; and (3) To increase community solid waste awareness and knowledge.
$59,22012/31/2003
98349201-3PA Dept of Environmental ProtectionFY 2001 PA NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM RELATED STATE PROGRAM

This assistace agreement will assist the recipient in developing, implementing and demonstrating projects with innovative approaches related to the NPDES program.
$282,36412/31/2003
98341201-3School District of PhiladelphiaENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - HUNTER ELEMENTARY "ADOPTS THE NEIGHBORHOOD"

To encourage the students (K-4) to participate in year long community service projects of urban renewal and education.
$2,11112/31/2003
99610004-3Office of the Secretary of EnvironmentFY 1996 319(H) - IMPLEMENTATION OF NON POINT SOURCE PROJECTS

This amendment decreases Federal funds and closes out the assistance agreement.
$1,483,90112/31/2003
00311703-2DE Dept of Health & Social ServicesDELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES

To continue to provide support for the development and implementation of a Public Water System Supervision (PWSS) program adequate to enforce the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) in the State of Delaware.
$473,69512/31/2003
99182701-5Town of MethuenBROWNFIELDS PILOT

Brownfields Pilot
$2,99912/31/2003
98360701-4Ozone Transport CommissionREGIONAL HAZE PLANNING

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION. FOR INTERNAL PURPOSES ONLY. Federal funds in the amount of $57.20 deobligated in accordance with final FSR dated 9/9/05. Federal funds were returned due to an accounting error by the recipient. This file was reopened and closed.
$1,172,43801/31/2004
98358301-3Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Mgmt Assoc

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION - FOR INTERNAL PURPOSES ONLY. Federal funds in the amount of $1,539 deobligated in accordance with revised final FSR dated July 17, 2004. Funds were returned to EPA from recipient after grant was previously closed out.
$165,73901/31/2004
98850401-2University of North DakotaRED RIVER BASIN BIOLOGICAL MONITORING WORKGROUP

To improve coordination of biological monitoring efforts in the Red River Basin.
$29,89301/31/2004
98499900-5AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCWA SECTION 104(B)(3) WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

This action approves a TIME EXTENSION of the project and budget period from 8/1/03 to 2/1/04.
$314,07002/01/2004
99381201-3DC Water and Sewer AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER PROGRAM

This project is for the replacement of valves as defined both in the Finding of No Significant Impact, FNSI-DC-2-1999, issued on June 23, 1999 and in the contract documents, Contract No. 99-0140, "Large Valve Replacement: Contract I" in the District of Columbia.
$373,77802/27/2004
98245001-2Universidad MetropolitanaSCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES GO GREEN

Develop a pollution prevention education program for k-12 and higher education institutions in Puerto Rico. Develop educational materials in Spanish for distribution in schools.
$21,22502/28/2004
98215099-4New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionTOXIC SUBSTANCES COMPLIANCE MONITORING PROGRAM

A Cooperative Agreement is hereby provided to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to develop means to separate mercury-containing components of scrap used by secondary iron and steel manufactures and to determine whether such separation is necessary for aluminum melting operations.
$19,86802/28/2004
97001601-2Governor's Watershed Enhancement BoardWATERSHED FUNDING WORKSHOPS

To present watershed workshops that are designed to assist stakeholders in developing financial plans to implement watershed restoration activities.
$15,66103/01/2004
98382101-1International City/County Mgmt. Assoc.LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Chesapeake Bay Local Government Advisory Committee (LGAC) Staff Support. This award will provide funding for facilitation of LGAC activities, update and maintenance of the Local Government Officials Database, outreach and coordination for local government officials, plan and implement circuit rider program, and implement local government participation action plan activities.
$126,89303/15/2004
97441301-2Dauphin Island Sea LabGULF OF MEXICO PROGRAM

Identify, characterize and organize relevant data and information recorded for specific algal bloom events from across the gulf with a focal on AL, MS, and LA.
$49,94303/31/2004
82900301-4North Carolina State UniversitySOUTHERN OXIDANTS STUDY -

To provide scientific leadership and administrative management to the Southern Oxidant Study Program.
$420,00003/31/2004
98204999-2NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationLEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD DERAILMENT SITE

A Cooperative Agreement for the State of New York to clean up the Lehigh Valley Railroad Derailment Superfund site.
$6,195,76603/31/2004
00854500-6Ute Mountain Ute TribeCLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 106

Increase of Funds (Supplemental) - To assist the recipient in establishing and maintaining adequate measures for the prevention and control of surface and groundwater pollution.
$345,14803/31/2004
98151501-2Massachusetts E.O.E.A.POLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES PROGRAM

Open a surface coating training center at a community college to demonstrate and promote a laser-controlled spray coating technology for metal surfaces.
$25,67903/31/2004
97407800-5Pinellas County Board of CommissionersAIR POLLUTION CONTROL, SEC 103

This action approves an INCREASE IN THE AMOUNT OF $44,424, which includes $16,785 in EPA in-kind services. This action also approves an EXTENSION to the project/budget period to March 31, 2004, to the existing urban toxics study covering the Tampa Bay metropolitan area. This study, the Tampa Bay Regional Air Toxics Study(TBRATS), is a joint project of Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties, and will characterize ambient air toxics in the Tampa Bay region. These funds will be used to support twelve additional months of carbonyl monitoring.
$222,67803/31/2004
97407700-4Hillsborough Co Environ Protection CommAIR POLLUTION CONTROL, SEC. 103

This action approves an INCREASE in the amount of $44,423 FY 2002 funds for the existing urban toxics study covering the Tampa Bay metropolitan area. This study, the Tampa Bay Regional Air Toxics Study (TBRAT), is a joint project of Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties and will characterize ambient air toxics in the Tampa Bay region. This action also approves a TIME EXTENSION to March 31, 2004, to allow time for project completion.
$197,25503/31/2004
97463102-2University of TulsaINDOOR AIR QUALITY TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT

NO COST BUDGET/PROJECT PERIOD EXTENSION: This action provides the grantee with a 90 day no-cost extension of the budget/project period from 12/31/2003 to 3/31/2004. Time Extension (Amendment)
$48,13503/31/2004
98822501-5Rosebud Sioux Tribal CouncilGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM GRANTS

To provide assistance to build capacity to administer environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands; and provide technical assistance from EPA, in the development of multimedia programs to address environmental issues on Indian lands.
$128,07803/31/2004
98145301-3Town of StraffordELIZABETH MINE SUPERFUND SITE DEVELOPMENT OF A RE-USE PLAN FOR THE ELIZABETH MINE SUPERFUND SITE.

Development of a re-use plan for the Elizabeth Mine Superfund Site.
$77,74503/31/2004
99879400-4Flandreau Santee Sioux Executive CommitteeGROUND & SURFACE WATER QUALITY CONTROL

To assist the recipient in establishing and maintaining adequate measures for the prevention and control of surface and groundwater pollution.
$496,06703/31/2004
98853901-2Rosebud Conservation DistrictMULTI MEDIA PROJECT

This project is for a hydrologic assessment of the Tongue River watershed, protection planning and Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development related to coal bed methane activities. Watershed protection plans will be developed by gathering baseline ground and surface water data and identifying gaps for field work. This will aid in doing water resource impairment evalluations. Involvement of locals and education will be offered during this project as well.
$74,77603/31/2004
98823201-7Uintah & Ouray Tribal Business CommitteeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM GRANT

Increase of Funds (Supplemental) - This project is to provide assistance to build capacity to administer environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands; and provide technical assistance from EPA, in the development of multimedia programs to address enviornmental issues on indian lands.
$494,66303/31/2004
98822601-7Ute Mountain Ute TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

To provide assistance to build capacity to administer environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands; and provide technical assistance from EPA, in the development of multimedia programs to address environmental issues on Indian lands.
$326,37303/31/2004
98109503-4Massachusetts Division of Occupational SafetyTITLE IV OECA LEAD COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Lead Exposure Reduction Grant.
$176,84703/31/2004
99846300-4Uintah & Ouray Tribal Business CommitteeCLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 106

Increase of Funds (Supplemental) - To assist the recipient in establishing and maintaining adequate measures for the prevention and control of surface and groundwater pollution.
$302,98803/31/2004
00227311-1New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP PUBLICLY OWNED TREATMENT WORKS OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT, EVALUATIONS AND TRAINING PROGRAM

This grant will enable NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to continue their program of technical/educational assistance to operators of publicly owned treatment works (POTWs) in the State. The project also includes the purchase of equipment repair supplies, to enable on-site evaluation and hands on training. It is estimated that 101 pounds of pollutants will be prevented from being discharged into receiving waters due to the field technical assistance proposed as a result of this funding.
$12,23403/31/2004
98824203-3Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council

To provide Tribes with greater flexibility to address their highest environmental priorities, Improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings, and strengthen parternership between EPA and the Tribes
$336,73003/31/2004
99879500-9Spirit Lake Sioux TribeGROUND & SURFACE WATER QUALITY CONTROL

Ground & Surface Water Quality Control - Increase of Funds (Supplemental)
$1,039,03403/31/2004
99817303-2Crow Tribal CouncilWATER POLLUTION CONTROL (106)

Agency assistance to assist the recipient in establishing and maintaining adequate measures for the prevention and control of surface and groundwater pollution.
$88,12503/31/2004
82858201-2Town of IpswichNEAR-REAL TIME MONITORING OF INLAND SUBURBAN WATERWAYS...

Develop a partnership that links several ongoing but currently uncoordinated environmental monitoring efforts that will serve as a focal point for observing, understanding, and better managing the changing nature of inland waterways in the Ipswich and Parker watersheds...
$321,62104/01/2004
99182997-DMaine D.E.P.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Amendment issued to extend the budget and project period in accordance with your request dated 1-15-04
$15,122,01104/30/2004
97409901-5NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesONE STOP REPORTING PROGRAM

One Stop Reporting Program
$497,38704/30/2004
97461002-2Western NC Regional Air Quality AgencyNC 112R CHEM EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & PREV

Chemical accident prevention activities that relate to the Risk Management Program under the Clean Air Act.
$4,77504/30/2004
98255601-2Rutgers UniversityWORKER TO WORKER POLLUTION PREVENTION PROJECT

A grant agreement is provided to Rutgers University to assist in a program to help small businesses and institutions to prevent pollution by fostering partnerships with communities in Newark and Perth Amboy, NJ
$39,11704/30/2004
98168601-2City of NashuaCHILDHOOD LEAD POISONING REDUCTION

The City of Nashua Public Health Department's Childhood Lead Poisoning Reduction Program will target education and outreach efforts to high-risk populations about the hazards of lead poisoining and will promote and increase the self-reporting rate of non-English speaking citizens for lead hazards. The project will deploy a variety of techniques to reach the target audience including educational sessions, door-to-door outreach, and multi-lingual literature distribution.
$18,64504/30/2004
83238801-0Assoc of Occupational and Environmental ClinicsNATIONAL PEDIATRIC ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALITY UNIT MEETING

SMALL GRANT- To sponsor two international PESHU representatives to the National Pediatric Environmental Health Speciality Unit Meeting
$1,37004/30/2004
98374401-3Metro Wash Council of GovtsSMART GROWTH BEGINS AT THE LOCAL LEVEL: LAND USE, DEVELOPMENT TRENDS AND TRANSPORTATION PLANNING

This amendment extends the budget and project periods to April 30, 2004 for development of a video for distribution for local governments and states in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan planning area to be used to educate and encourage smart growth, land use and transportation planning to reduce pollutants that enter the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
ALL OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN UNCHANGED.
$47,17404/30/2004
99182997-DMaine D.E.P.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Amendment issued to extend the budget and project period in accordance with your request dated 1-15-04
$15,122,01104/30/2004
98481499-3St. Johns River Water Management DistTHE IRL WETLANDS INITIATIVE

Time Extension (Amendment). This action approves an EXTENSION to October 31, 3003. The extension would allow the grantee to completion of three years of data collection and allow four months for analysis and synthesis of data and more deliverable process for the generation of recommendations.
$546,09204/30/2004
98130901-4City of North AdamsBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Brownfields Assessment Demonstration Pilot
$140,18404/30/2004
98353901-3DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSTATE OF DELAWARE BEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM

This action extends the budget and project period dates to April 30, 2004. Programs must clearly demonstrate an improvement in a State's ability to monitor recreational waters and notify the public of risks, manage programs, and communicate among environmental and public health agencies and the public.
$268,85004/30/2004
98343003-1International City/County Mgmt. Assoc.CHESAPEAKE BAY LOCAL GOVERNMENT INFORMATION NETWORK

This project maintains and improves a communication network that links the Chesapeake Bay Program to local governments in the watershed.
$38,29105/14/2004
98358901-2Prince George's County GovernmentLOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGIES

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION : FOR INTERNAL EPA PURPOSES ONLY: Federal funds in the amount of $76,559.13 deobligated in accordance with the Final FSR dated 9-15-04.
$923,44105/31/2004
00162014-2Connecticut Department of Public HealthSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

Per your application reqeust dated April 24, 2003, this grant is being awarded to support the Continued development of radon activities for assessment and mitigation of radon in Connecticut utilizing EPA priorities.
$197,49605/31/2004
98574401-4Cuyahoga CountyBROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This amendment will allow Cuyahoga County to restructure funds and award sub-grants as an incentive for non-profits or units of governmnet, to use at least 70% to capitalize their loan fund, and use up to 20% as direct financial assistance and 10% for general administation costs.
$250,00005/31/2004
98317301-1DC Dept of HealthBROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Funds will be used to establishish a revolving loan fund to provide funding for the cleanup of brownfield sites.
$42,59005/31/2004
99846203-2Shoshone & Northern Arapaho TribeWATER POLLUTION CONTROL - SECTION 106

To assist the recipient in establishing and maintaining adequate measures for the prevention and control of surface and groundwater pollution.
$331,19805/31/2004
97038901-1Small Utilities Service CorpSMALL UTILITIES SVCS CORP

This project will assist Region 10 Indian Tribes in developing viable Tribal utility organizations and training Tribal water operators, including water operator certification training. Tribal utility organizations provide the greatest single step in ensuring public health protection for drinking water and compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements.
$226,34505/31/2004
99850501-GUT Department of Environmental QualityUTAH BLOCK

Continuing programs and specific work elements are being conducted through other agreements put in place.
$6,644,59405/31/2004
00651508-5Texas Commission on Environmental QualityLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

Implement methods to initiate cleanup actions at sites contaminated by petroleum regulated substances stored in underground storage tanks. Program provides resources for the oversight and corrective action for petroleum releases from underground storage tanks, as well as for enforcement activities related to such corrective action.
$3,939,98005/31/2004
98672701-3Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality

Development of EPA/State Interfaces
$124,77205/31/2004
98213601-6New York State Department of HealthEDUCATIONAL PHOTO-LITERATURE PROJECT

A grant agreement to assist the New York State Department of Health in the administration of its urban initiative project involving the development of educational photoliterature about pesticide use.
$40,11505/31/2004
98391401-1Glenville State CollegeINQUIRY-BASED LEARNING AND THE GLENVILLE STATE COLLEGE LITTLE KANAWHA WATERSHED PROJECT

The objective is to revise the educational goals of the laboratory component of the general biology course as well as expand the environmental science research opportunities for undergraduates at Glenville State College.
$8,95906/01/2004
97435301-2Clemson UniversityFIFRA PESTICIDES SPECIAL PROGRAMS - VELVETBEAN ROTATION

Deobligate $2,937.51 in Federal funds and close the grant.
$47,06206/01/2004
98347601-2DC Dept of HealthPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES FOR STATES GRANT PROGRAM

This amendment changes the original scope of work and extends the budget and project periods to June 1, 2004. The new scope of work activities include the funding for pollution prevention projects in two to four schools and to teach students how to conduct an environmental audit at their schools, that will implement a practice to reduce the amount of pollution produced by their school. This project will also empower students to look at pollution problems in their schools and find ways to resolve those problems.
$37,50006/01/2004
98360301-2James Madison UniversityTHE NATIONAL ATMOSPHERICA DEPOSITION PROGRAM

This award provides funds to support information, data and water samples for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program on the pH levels, and ammonia content of the rainfall collected at the James Madison University.
$9,32306/17/2004
99897601-7UT Department of Agriculture & FoodSPECIAL STUDIES

Regional AFO/CAFO Seminar CWA 104(b)
$36,97006/30/2004
98958404-0Yerington Paiute TribeFY04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $121,229, which includes $46,229 of unexpended funds from Grant #I-989584-02-1. These funds will support workplan activities numbered 1 through 12 of the approved workplan for Yerington's FY04 Water Pollution Control Program (CWA Section 106). Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2003.
$121,22906/30/2004
99797101-2Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesHAZARDOUS WASTE ENFORCEMENT DATA QUALITY

Data improvement in compliance and data systems used by the Hazardous Waste Enforcement Section. Will identify areas for more efficient and accurate data entry and reporting, document alterations, and produce a report of findings.
$53,26106/30/2004
99912004-1White Mountain Apache TribeFY-04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $202,397 to support tasks numbered 1-8 within the workplan. These include 1) Administer Watershed Program, 2) Conduct analysis on channel morphology on selected streams across White Mountain Apache Tribe reservation, 3) Temperature monitoring with probes, 4) Fecal coliform monitoring, 5) Water Quality monitoring for metal and nutrients, 6) Prepare report of water quality sampling for 2003, 7) Revise Watershed Restoration Strategic Plan, and 8) Storm Water sampling for Carrizo and Cibecure Creeks.
$108,54506/30/2004
97442902-3METRO 4 Inc.SESARM - RAILROAD EMISSIONS INVENTORY

The objective of this Agreement to the SESARM will fund the proposed development of emissions inventory methodologies for freight, commuter, and private industrial railroads. These methodologies must address the differences between line haul and switch yard locomotive emissions.
$59,25706/30/2004
00078304-1AK Dept of Environ ConservCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE PROGRAM

In FY2004, the Pesticide Cooperative Agreement will ensure that all pesticides sold and used in Alaska are in compliance with State and federal regulations through education, monitoring, and enforcement activities. ADEC has been designated as the lead agency with primary responsibility for pesticide use violations in the State. As authorized by FIFRA Section 23, this agreement provides for the enforcement of FIFRA, implementation of pesticide enforcement programs, and development and administration of programs to train and certify pesticide applicators.
$275,35306/30/2004
98123401-4University of Massachusetts LowellEMS SERVICE PROGRAM TRAINING WORKSHOPS, CLIENT ASSESSMENT.

EMS Service Program Training Workshops, Client Assessment
$25,67106/30/2004
98486699-4Augusta-Richmond County LEPCBROWNFIELD PILOTS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This action approves an extension to the project and budget period to 9/30/03. The extension is necessary to allow the City to complete work that was delayed due to a change in site property ownership and due to delays from a State Funded surface waste removal.
$178,84906/30/2004
99465798-4NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesWATER QUALITY NPS IMPLEMENTATION - SEC. 319(H)

Twenty-four month extension of time to allow for completion of fifteen projects that are still open and to provide time for the sponsors to complete their final reports.
$2,430,10606/30/2004
00162114-2Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT (SIRG)

Excerpts from Application: "...The Vermont Department of Health has been designated by the Governor as the lead agency for radon programs in Vermont. The Division of Health Protection is the specific division within the Department reponsible for implementing programs activities.

In April 1999, the Radon Program was transferred from the Occupational and Radiological Health Program into the Environmental Health Program. This change was part of a larger divisional reorganization with the goal of better utilitizing staff resources to accomplish division goals and objectives..."
$108,12306/30/2004
00087202-4AK Dept of Environ ConservSTATE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This is an amendment to add additional funds to an existing grant that was not inititated in IGMS. The grant is in support of the PWSS program for the state of Alaska to fund the program throught the end of the grant period.
$4,269,91306/30/2004
99031002-3AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER ACT, SECTION 106, GROUNDWATER AND WELLHEAD PROTECTION GRANT PROGRAM

Increased protection of groundwater and surface water from biological and chemical contamination for long-term and sustained multiple uses. Wellhead and groundwater protection activities, including completion of Source Water Assessments (groundwater sources) and assisting communities and water systems with wellhead protection plans.
$478,25506/30/2004
99897601-7UT Department of Agriculture & FoodSPECIAL STUDIES

Regional AFO/CAFO Seminar CWA 104(b)
$36,97006/30/2004
98800301-CMontana State University-Bozeman-CulbertsonDISCOVER A WATERSHED

The Missouri Project Is A Watershed Education Program Focused On The Missouri River Basin.
$107,94606/30/2004
97434501-3Spartanburg CountySUPERFUND REDEVELOPMENT PILOT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT

NO COST TIME EXTENSION: This action approves a budget/project period extension from 12/31/2003 TO 6/30/2004. The extension is needed to allow the County to complete the tasks and activities outlined in their workplan.
$80,56206/30/2004
00863803-1MT Department of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE BASE STAFFING AND SUPPORT

Agency assistance in the amount of $1,180,441 to assist the State of Montana in implementing EPA-approved Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management activities.
$1,132,66206/30/2004
99879202-3WY Department of Environmental QualityPM2.5 AIR WDEQ

Continuation, development, implementation, and operation of a PM2.5 network in wyoming
$98,92406/30/2004
99162501-1Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyRURAL COMMUNITY HARDSHIP GRANT

Rural Community Hardship Grant
$102,32806/30/2004
97429101-3North Carolina State UniversityOPEN AIRWAYS FOR SCHOOLS: SCHOOL & PUBLIC EDUCATION OUTREACH PROJECT

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) for Schools Education Program - Nash County has twenty-six schools which were directly or indirectly affected by the flooding. This project will implement the IAQ Tools for Schools Kits in 26 schools in Nash County, North Carolina.
$19,96006/30/2004
97055601-3AK Dept of Environ ConservRP-970556-01 - ADEC BROWNFIELD

Additional funding to conduct site-specific assessment work.
$360,32906/30/2004
98091201-2Native Village of Marshall (AKA Fortuna Ledge)GA-980912-01 - NATIVE VILLAGE OF MARSHALL

General Assistance Program: To build Tribal capacity to manage environmental programs to address ecological and human health concerns associated with solid waste, hazardous materials, and planning for pollution prevention.
$60,11106/30/2004
00076203-3AK Dept of Environ ConservAIR QUALITY SECTION 105 PROGRAM GRANT

has been forwarded in paper form
$1,960,75006/30/2004
00162314-1New Hampshire D.H.H.S.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

Radon Assessment and Mitigation Program
$88,65406/30/2004
00161814-2Massachusetts D.P.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

Development of State Indoor Radon Capability.
$166,49206/30/2004
99863102-5Skull Valley Band of GoshutesGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

To provide assistance to build capacity to administer environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands; and provide technical assistance from EPA: in the development of multimedia programs to address environmental issues on Indian lands.
$38,83106/30/2004
98486099-4City of AndersonBROWNFIELD PILOTS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This action approves an extension to the project and budget period to 10/31/03. This extension is necessary to allow the City to implement a corrective action plan and prepare final project reports on two pilot sites, and possible assess a third pilot site.
$199,65006/30/2004
97916404-2San Carlos Apache TribeFY-04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This agreement provides Federal funding to support the development and implementation of the San Carlos Apache's Water Pollution Control Program. Activities include water quality monitoring, assessment and the maintenance of a water quality database. The objective of this project is to assist tribal governments in developing their institutional capability for administering water pollution control program.
$95,38806/30/2004
98099901-4WA Dept of EcologyPUYALLUP/OKANOGAN/WALLA WALLA RIVER TMDLS

This amendment approves a rebudgeting of $17,000 from personnel, fringe benefits and indirect costs to the contractual category. This change is needed to carry out the Puyallup monitoring through out-contracting rather than as an in-house effort as originally planned.
$137,20206/30/2004
97044001-2AK Dept of Commc Comm and Economic DevelopmentSANITATION UTILITY MANAGEMENT CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES GRANT.

ADCED will develop a plain english guide to accounting for rural sanitation systems and a business planning guidebook for Alaskan public sanitation utilities. Also, ADCED will provide training to local utility bookkeepers on QuickBooks Pro accounting software.
$70,83306/30/2004
99098704-2AK Dept of Environ ConservPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (PPG) FOR NON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION AND WATER QUALITY PROGRAMS.

This a Performance Partnership Grant covering, non-point source pollution and water quality programs.
$3,546,77706/30/2004
98640304-4Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityLA PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT - FY04

This Performance Partnership Grant includes funding for the following programs: Air, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Solid Waste (Underground Storage Tanks (UST)), RCRA Hazardous Waste, and Water.
$10,794,67506/30/2004
99833697-6MT Department of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE (NPS) PROJECTS

This project is to assist the State in implementing Nonpoint Source Management activities.
$966,86306/30/2004
99355101-AMD Dept of the EnvironmentCORE PROGRAM

Funds will be used to continue activities for the CORE Program. Activities include: general program management and supervision, interagency coordination and community outreach, legal assistance, budget and fiscal management, technical support for management information system, and procurement, property management and contract management.
$4,509,24106/30/2004
98327503-2VA Dept of Game & Inland FisheriesVIRGINIA ANADROMOUS FISH RESTORATION - FISH PASSAGE COORDINATION AND MONITORING

This grant provides salary funding for coordination of fish passage in pursuit of Chesapeake Bay Program commitments to open rivers and streams to migratory and resident fish. Project also includes evaluation of existing fishways, and monitoring of fish populations.
$50,98706/30/2004
98378301-2City of PhiladelphiaSECTION 103 AIR TOXICS MONITORING

Air Toxics Monitoring Strategy for verification of inventory/modeling and development of air monitoring infrastructure.
$130,93806/30/2004
98350602-2MD Dept of Natural ResourcesFISH PASSAGE PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION AND COORDINATION

This project will coordinate the identification, evaluation, design, planning, and monitoring of fish passage projects in MD in pursuit of Chesapeake Bay Program objectives for restoration of migratory fish and migratory fish passage in the tributaries of the Bay.
$58,73206/30/2004
00945603-4NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResNV UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC) PROGRAM

This amendment decreases this EPA assistance amount by $15,717 from $174,000 to a revised total of $158,283 per your final Financial Status Report dated October 7, 2004. These funds will be carried forward to Assistance Agreement G-00945605-1.
$158,28306/30/2004
00048901-1Puyallup Tribe of IndiansIMPLEMENTATION OF AN EFFECTIVE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM.

This award continues work done under previous assistance agreement I-00048900. This award approves the work plan and budget, and provides full funding.
$89,45706/30/2004
98320501-5New Castle CountyWETLANDS PROTECTION STATE DEVELOPMENT

Protection and Enhancement of Wetlands and Riparian Corridors in Southern New Castle County, Delaware and updates the award conditions.
$114,28506/30/2004
99171105-3New Hampshire Off. of Energy and PlanningNEW HAMPSHIRE ESTUARIES PROJECT-YEAR FIVE

This admendment extends the project and budget period to 06/30/04.
$1,042,40006/30/2004
97488903-1FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionBUCKEYE/FENHOLLOWAY RIVER FL

Funds will be used by FDEP to retain three outside experts to provide technical assistance to the workgroups to examine the options and alternatives.
$4,21006/30/2004
00162214-2Maine D.H.S.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

Continued development and implementation of a program for the assessment and mitigation of radon.
$154,76006/30/2004
97039701-2Multnomah County School Dist #1IAQ TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS IMPLEMENTATION

Safety Committees at 27 public schools in Oregon will be trained in the Tools for Schools Indoor Air Program and in asthma management in schools. The Safety Committees will implement the Tools for Schools program, which includes an indoor air assessment and the development of an indoor air quality management plan.
$16,93906/30/2004
97048501-2Oregon Dept of Human ServicesLEAD BASED PAINT PROGRAM ACTIVITIES.

Provide funding of EPA-authorized lead-based paint program. This funding supports the administration of a state certification and accreditation program for persons engaged in lead-based paint activities.
$319,76406/30/2004
99419101-EMS Dept of Environmental QualityCERCLA, PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT AND SITE INVESTIGATION (PA/SI)

Cercla, Preliminary Assessment And Site Investigation
$1,729,50806/30/2004
00852701-TMT Department of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

CERCLA implementation support for the State of Montana.
$3,514,02406/30/2004
00045902-3WA Dept of HealthWDOH CLEAN WATER ACT (CWA) SECTION 106 - SFY2003-SFY2004

Continued Implementation of Washington State Wellhead Protection & Source Water Protection Programs for State Fiscal Years 2003 through 2004.
$513,31706/30/2004
98055702-4Lane Regional Air Pollution AuthorityAIR 105

The primary purpose of this project is to carry out an ongoing air quality program with monitoring, planning and enforcement work in accordance with the LRAPA work plan.

The purpose of this amendment is to award financial support for two new innovative projects. One project will establish an automated telephone calling system that will be used to notify different groups of people with public health information related to air quality before pollution levels get high enough to cause health impacts. The second project will increase the amount of walking trips made to neighborhood facilities and the the new light rail line in Portland by creating incentives for walking, biking, and using transit.
$664,13706/30/2004
99087906-2AK Dept of Environ ConservLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (LUST) TRUST FUND

This amendment will give ADEC the ability to expedite the clean-up process for low-risk sites, thus allowing redevelopment of sites.
$507,96206/30/2004
00071805-7OR Dept. of Environ. QualitySUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT AT NINE (9) SUPERFUND SITES.

Support Agency Cooperative Agreement at nine (9) Superfund sites: Gould, Northwest Pipe & Casing, Reynolds Aluminum, Teledyne Wah Chang-Albany, Teledyne Wah Chang-Millersburg, United Chrome, Taylor Lumber & Treating, Portland Harbor, White King/Lucky Lass Mine.
$315,92506/30/2004
98926899-1CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdCLOSEOUT - NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

In accordance with CA SWRCB's final Financial Status Report dated 9/29/04, the final total amount of federal EPA funds required for this project through June 30, 2004 is $9,786,620.65. The final total amount of the project through June 30, 2004 is $16,829,153.65.

Unobligated funds in the amount of $777,179.35 are dispensed as follows:

$295,628 are carried forward as EPA in-kind assistance to C9-969068-01.
$481,551.33 are deobligated and no longer available for expenditures.

This is considered a final financial action to closeout this award.
$9,786,62106/30/2004
97035901-1Angoon Community Association (IRA)GENERAL ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM

Tribal Environmental capacity building to develop tribal environmental program
$40,00007/14/2004
99373802-2Allegheny County Health DepartmentALLEGHENY COUNTY

PM 2.5 Ambient Air Monitoring Network
This action increases the Federal share in the amount of $227,457 to plan, develop, establish, improve and maintain adequate programs for the prevention and control of air pollution or implementation of national primary and secondary air quality standards, and extends the budget and project periods to July 21, 2004.
$316,98807/21/2004
96503401-2City of MolineCITY OF MOLINE APPROPRIATION ACTION OF 2002 - TREAMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENT

The project will consist of various water treatment plant improvements to enhance the operation and reliability of the plant. Specific upgrades include: (1) upgrade of sedimentation basins, (2) installation of a disinfection system, (3) construct two new hydraulic cone-type solids contact units, (4) upgrade existing filters and (5) rehabilitate various treatment plant buildings.
$904,20007/26/2004
97589201-1Village of JusticePROJECT - VILLAGE OF JUSTICE - SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS

Replace 50 year old water lines in the Wesley Fields Area.
$242,50007/30/2004
98898401-1Gore Range Natural Science SchoolSOAR

Program provides on-hand experience and ecological understanding their local watersheds for youth in Eagle and Lake Counties,
$3,88207/30/2004
97405000-4MS-AL Sea Grant ConsortiumEDUCATION AND OUTREACH PROJECTS IN AQUATIC NUISANCE SPECIES IN ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI.

EDUCATION AND OUTREACH PROJECTS IN AQUATIC NUISANCE SPECIES IN ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI.
$119,93807/31/2004
99373902-4WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionPM 2.5 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING NETWORK

To plan develop, establish, improve and maintain adequate programs for the prevention and control of air pollution or implementation of national primary amd secondary air quality standards.
$1,647,54707/31/2004
99374202-4City of PhiladelphiaPM2.5 AIR MONITORING NETWORK

To plan, develop, establish, improve and maintain adequate programs for the prevention and control of air pollution or implementation of national primary and secondary air quality standards.
$968,03907/31/2004
97466103-1Lower Neuse Basin AssociationLOWER NEUSE BASIN ASSOCIATION

This project will promote the coordination of a pilot project to demostrate an innovative approach to the reduction of water pollution. These funds are to support demonstration project sponsored by The Lower Neuse Basin Association for the development of a market infraestructure and organizational trading mechanisms, with associated inter-local agreements as necessary, for implementation of a market-based total nitrogen (TN) trading program for the Neuse River Basin in NC.
$007/31/2004
99373702-4VA Dept of Environmental QualitySECTION 103 PM 2.5 AIR MONITORING PROGRAM

To plan, develop, establish, improve and maintain adequate programs for the prevention and control of air pollution or implementation of national primary and secondary air quality standings.
$2,173,75507/31/2004
96507401-1City of LancasterPROJECT - CITY OF LANCASTER - LYNWOOD LANE/PLEASANT RUN TRUNK SEWER - FY03


The proposed project is the installation of approximately 6350 feet of gravity sanitary sewer and appurenances to serve the Rae High Subdivision.
$720,70007/31/2004
98839401-4University of North DakotaSPECIAL STUDIES

Provide citizens in the region with timely, sound, and readily understandable information on local water issues.
$167,95707/31/2004
98961801-1Buena Vista RancheriaCLOSEOUT/DEOBLIGATION - GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 1

This assistance agreement expired on 7/31/2004. Since the recipient did not comply with the requirement to submit a final Financial Status Report within 90 days after award expiration date, EPA is using our financial records pertaining to this award to close it out. EPA records indicate the recipient only requested and received $72,500 leaving a balance of unliquidated funds in the amount of $2,500. $2,500 are hereby deobligated from this award and are no longer available for expenditures.

This is considered a final action to close out the financial portion of the agreement.
$72,50007/31/2004
99377502-4DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlPM2.5 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING

To plan, develop, establish, improve and maintain adequate programs for the prevention and control of air pollution or implementation of national primary and secondary air quality standings.
$768,88707/31/2004
98284701-1City of MiddletownCITY OF MIDDLETOWN - FY03 APPROPRIATIONS ACT GRANT

A Grant Agreement is provided to assist the City of Middletown with the procurement of equipment (package/pilot plant) which will be incorporated into the City's existing water treatment plant. The package/pilot plant is only the first phase in improving water quality for the City and the surrounding area.
$433,70008/01/2004
98372201-3City of PhiladelphiaLEAD ABATEMENT TRAINING & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

This Grant will enable the Philadelphia Department Of Health Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) to continue coordination with the Philadelphia-based agency Professional Healthcare Institute (PHI) to conduct a pilot study for training and certifying homeless persons as lead based paint workers and then assisting the participants in finding related work in their communities.
$19,35008/09/2004
97001501-4Kootenai Tribe of IdahoA WETLAND CONSERVATION STATEGY FOR THE LOWER KOOTENAI RIVER WATERSHED

This Amendment hereby provides additional funding and recipient contribution for the recipient to carry out the additional work in accordance with their proposal dated February 20, 2002 and Scott Soult's e-mail dated September 16, 2002.

Grant Condition #11 is hereby revised.

All other terms and conditions remain the same and in full force and effect.
$99,75808/15/2004
97012701-4Quinault Indian NationBG-97012701: QUINAULT

Continue building the core capacity to develop and administer environmental programs to address identified environmental issues. Continue water quality monitoring. Reduce the amount of sediment contribution to Whale Creek.
$775,04608/30/2004
99130409-2Connecticut Department of Public HealthASBESTOS/OECA/COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

AHERA, Asbestos in Schools inspections.
$106,04108/30/2004
98730501-1Kansas Association for ConservationKANSAS ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION COMMUNITY

This grant will increase the use of electronic technology that will enhance the state of Kansas� capacity to deliver quality, non-biased and science based environmental education in Kansas.
$24,50008/31/2004
98391701-1Earth ForceGREEN - TEACHER INSTITUTE: TEACHER TRAINING ON WATERSHED HEALTH IN THE LOWER POTOMAC

Provide materials and training to educators in northern Virginia through our watershed stewardship program, the Global Rivers Environmental Education Network (GREEN). The Arlington Public School district will provide expertise in academic standards, identify participating teachers, and work with us to ensure that participating schools will support program activities. The goal of this partnership is to create opportunities for middle school teachers in northern Virginia to incorporate meaningful watershed experiences into the core curriculum and meet recently revised standards of learning (SOLs) that require students to understand watershed concepts , habitats, and health.
$19,32608/31/2004
98391201-1Intermediate Unit 1PROJECT CONTAIN, MAINTAIN AND CONNECT OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL WORKSHOP

The goal of the project is to raise the level of environmental literacy of 20 elementary teachers from school districts in Washington, Fayette, and Greene Counties. To achieve this goal, the major project objectives are to provide an opportunity for teachers: to develop an understanding of basic environmental concepts; to identify local environmental problems; to provide lessons applicable to the classroom; and to use testing apparatus in field experiences to learn new skills that connect with the Pennsylvania Standards for Environment and Ecology.
$4,93808/31/2004
97060001-1Natural Res & Parks - Water & LandWHEELS TO WATER 2: EXTENDING WATER QUALITY EDUCATION TO ALL KING COUNTY STUDENTS

This project expands King County's Wheels to Water Program which promotes water quality education by providing free transportation for schools to on-site environmental education programs covering topics related to water quality. With additional funding, King County plans to increase the level of knowledge and analytic skills related to water quality issues of students and teachers across the county, and in particular, provide additional opportunities to low-income, culturally diverse, and rural students.
$15,27608/31/2004
97652101-1Baylor UniversityNATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES)

Promotion of Good Data Efforts of EPA and State Agencies to Support NPDES Decisions
$63,57908/31/2004
97649101-1The University of Texas at El PasoHELP FOR KIDS

HELP for Kids is a voluntary environmental health risk reduction program, designed to train residents to perform indoor assessments to identify environmental risks and to make recommendations for risk reduction.
$29,30508/31/2004
97008801-3City of BuckleyINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT

Ryan Road Water Main Replacement Project
$199,90108/31/2004
98385201-1Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay IncCHESAPEAKE BAY RIPARIAN FOREST BUFFER STATUS REPORTS

This project ensures the involvement of diverse stakeholders basin-wide in the development of a new riparian forest buffer goal for the Chesapeake Bay Program and provides stakeholder recommendations to Chesapeake Bay Program management for consideration during the goal setting process and to fully document this effort.
$19,91708/31/2004
97042901-1Stillaguamish Tribe of IndiansSTILLAQUAMISH WETLAND PROTECTION PROGRAM

This Closeout Amendment confirms the Recipient's final Financial Status Report (FSR) dated November 29, 2004. This amendment deobligates the remaining EPA funds in the amount of $2,483.74 and Recipient costs share in accordance with the final FSR.

THE RECIPIENT'S SIGNATURE IS NOT REQUIRED ON THIS CLOSE OUT AMENDMENT.
$7,51608/31/2004
99883804-2Casper CollegeCASPER COLLEGE

To provide training opportunities in students interested in pursuing environmental careers
$28,60308/31/2004
97615101-1Ysleta Del Sur PuebloTRIBAL AIR

To build tribal capacity and develop an air quality program for the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo. Within this, to establish infrastructures for the Air Quality Program; receive training on GIS procedures and processes; provide training for the Air Program Staff and provide public and tribal community information and involvement. These activities include identifying possible major and minor sources located within Tribal jurisdiction.
$105,42508/31/2004
00173315-1New Hampshire D.E.S.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Funding is being provided for Core (Non-Site-Specific) activities.
$316,80908/31/2004
98391501-2The Mountain InstituteEXPLORING OUR LIVING MOUNTAIN LABORATORY: THEMATIC WEEKEND WORKSHOPS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES.

This amendment extends the project and budget periods to August 31, 2004 and updates award conditions in support of Exploring Our Living Mountain Laboratory.
The project will address the two major needs; the need for (a) more opportunities to receive field training in environmental sciences (e.g. hydrology, soils, vegetation), and (b) enhanced experiential, hands-on approaches to field and classroom teaching in general.
$4,83608/31/2004
99623606-6TX State Soil & Water Conservation BoardFY99 CWA 319H NONPOINT SOURCE

FY99 CWA 319h Nonpoint Source
$4,457,92508/31/2004
98480799-3NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE (8001)

Pay as you throw technical assistance and implementation program
$32,75208/31/2004
98266102-2Ithaca City School DistrictDANBY SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

The funds are provided to support a project to educate students in Danby School of Agriculture and the Environment High School about the watershed and watershed related careers.
$4,51108/31/2004
00173016-2Rhode Island D.E.M.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Funding is being provided for Core (Non-Site-Specific) activities.
$193,81008/31/2004
98108301-2City of StamfordSTAMFORD BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund. The recipient will make loans to public and private parties to cleanup sites for redevlelopment under the Brownfields program.
$180,85409/09/2004
98448998-6University of FloridaMULTI-MEDIA SPECIAL PURPOSE GRANT

The purpose of this supplemental funding is to provide resources for the University to continue its work in promoting more efective environmental management including the protection of ecosystems through the application of better geospatial information analysis to decision processes on land and water use. At the same time we are extending the budget and project periods to September 15, 2003.
$401,88809/15/2004
98182601-0Houlton Band of Maliseet IndiansOUTREACH EDUCATION AWARENESS

Childhood Blood-Lead Screening and Lead Awareness Outreach for Indian Tribes
$125,00009/30/2004
82860201-1The University of MontanaCENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES-

Establish a new Center for Environmental Health Sciences at UM. The Center's mission will be to improve public health through research and dissemination of information on mechanisms of human diseases that are caused or impacted by toxic agents in the environment.
$780,00009/30/2004
00354004-1WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWATER POLLUTION - WVDEP25143

This amendment increases Federal funds by $1,290,753 and updates award conditions in support of the FY2004 Water Pollution Control Program to establish and maintain adequate measures for the prevention and control of water pollution.
$1,484,96109/30/2004
00740498-1Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesFY 98 CWA 319(H) PROGRAM

FY 98 CWA 319(H) Program to implement the nonpoint source management programs.
$2,390,60009/30/2004
98062001-5Northern Arizona UniversitySOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOPS FOR ALASKA TRIBES

This amendment extends the project/budget period of this assistance agreement September 30, 2004 to allow the recipient time to "continue existing project activities," per the letter from the recipient to the Project Officer dated March 25, 2004.

This action also amends Condition #12 of this assistance agreement.
$437,20009/30/2004
00349701-6MD Dept of Natural Resources2001 NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM 319(H)

This amendment action extends the budget and project periods to September 30, 2004 and updates the conditions at no additional cost to the Federal government. Total Federal participation remains at $3,091,600.
$2,958,48609/30/2004
97954404-0Susanville Indian RancheriaFY 04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This assistance award provides full EPA authorized funding in the amount of $40,000 for the tribe's FY 04 Water Pollution Control Program. The total approved project cost is $42,106.

The following tasks will be completed during the grant cycle: Watershed assessment; Collect existing water quality data; Develop QAPP; Develop and implement a Water Quality Monitoring Program; Develop and perform watershed analysis. SPECIFIC DETAILS ARE CONTAINED IN THE APPROVED WORKPLAN.
$40,00009/30/2004
97631901-0Woodward CountyFIRE HYDRANT PLOTTING CHEMICAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION (CEPP) PROGRAM

Pilot to plot all fire hydrants in Woodward County, Oklahoma
$1,99509/30/2004
98434898-2Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife ResourcesWETLANDS PROTECTION STATE DEVELOPMENT

Wetlands Technical Assistance Project. This project will develop multiple use management plans for landowners.
$52,24509/30/2004
98389501-0HOPE Worldwide Pennsylvania IncSURVEYS, STUDIES, INVESTIGATIONS (TSCA)

Lead Outreach Program featuring the StoryTree Gang.
$24,55009/30/2004
98156401-1Connecticut D.E.P.POLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES FOR STATES 2002

Pollution prevention activites in CT for FY 2002. Workplan inculdes outreach, technical asistance and continued expansion of ongoing partnerships
$74,00009/30/2004
00207803-1Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardFY-03 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This grant is to assist the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (i.e. Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board) in the implementation of its air pollution control programs. This includes: responding to citizen air pollution complaints, enforcing state and local air pollution control codes, and conducting inspections of sources of air pollution for compliance with appropriate regulations.
$1,049,19109/30/2004
99535302-5Great Lakes CommissionGREAT LAKES TOXIC AIR EMISSIONS INVENTORY PROJECT: PHASE 1X

The overall objective is to begin conducting a 2002 regional point, area, and mobile sources emissions contributors to the waters and urban areas of the Great Lakes, and to disseminate this inventory via the Internet. The project will also enhance and update the inventory and emissions estimation software and database system. The scope of the inventory includes all eight Great Lakes States. The Great Lake Commission has MOUs with each of the States for their work on the project.
$3,572,92409/30/2004
00429204-1FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionPUBLIC WATER SUPPLY SUPERVISION PROGRAM

Public Water Supply Supervision grant to the State of Florida to implement the state drinking water act and the amendments of 1996.
$3,845,80009/30/2004
00146204-0Massachusetts D.A.R.MASSACHUSETTS PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT

Comprehensive program for the enforcement of both state and federal pesticides laws and regulations.
$208,47209/30/2004
98564001-6Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMDEQ - VCP/BROWNFIELDS

This action will provide funds to Michigan DEQ for Fiscal Year 2003, for continued efforts on the Voluntary Cleanup & Brownfield Superfund program.
$1,495,60709/30/2004
98933103-2Tule River Tribal CouncilCLOSEOUT FY 03/04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL CWA 106

In accordance with recipient's final FSR, the final total amount of EPA funds required to complete this project is $13,224.87 and the final total project cost is $15,873.87. This leaves unobligated funds in the amount of $122,284.73 which are distributed as follows:

$11,040 are carried forward to I 989331-05
$111,244.73 are deobligated.

This is considered a final action to closeout this award.
$13,22409/30/2004
99858204-3UT Department of Agriculture & FoodPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP

UDAF will coordinate travel and logistical needs for the annual R8 State/Tribal Pesticide Program Manager's Meeting. Participating State and Tribal manager's travel expenses are covered by this action. Annual meeting provides region and SLAs opportunity to identify and discuss program areas of concern, update one another on program activities, identify needs for upcoming year as pertains to continuing PPGs and cooperative agreements.
$386,76209/30/2004
97449802-2SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlTMDL DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT FOR SC'S IMPAIRED WATERS

Deobligate $59.00 and close the grant.
$219,53709/30/2004
00437004-2NC Dept of Environment and Natural ResourcesWATER POLLUTION CONTROL, SECTION 106 (SURFACE WATER)

Water Pollution Control - State and Interstate Program Support (106 grants). This action is the completion of partial award in the amount of $3,443,660 (completes funding for surface water), and includes FY 03 carryover in the amount of $5,620,212 to the State of North Carolina to administer programs for the prevention, reduction, and elimination of water pollution.
$5,095,70209/30/2004
98369201-1MD Dept of the EnvironmentPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES FOR STATES GRANT PROGRAM

This project will fund Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) for Pollution Prevention (P2) activities that will reduce the use of mercury and to provide P2 services to businesses through assessments, promotions and Environmental Management System audits.
$78,91709/30/2004
00404904-3KY Environmental and Public Protection CabinetHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Hazardous Waste Management State Program Continuing Program. To accompllish the National priority activities. Compliance, enforcement, permitting and corrective action are core elements of Hazardous Waste Management program. The State's contribution of $15,019 to be awarded to the Hazardous Waste Training Institute has not been included in the budget.
$1,785,48409/30/2004
99950304-3Walker River Paiute TribeFY-04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

FY02 carryover funds from the CWA 106 program will be used by the Walker River Paiute Tribe to continue development of tribal water quality standards. This phase of this process will be to conduct a fluvial geomorphic mapping of the Walker River above Weber Reservoir.
$157,36909/30/2004
97428504-2MS Dept of Environmental QualityMS MSDEQ 106

Water Pollution Control grants assist States (including territories, the District of Columbia, and Indian Tribes qualified under CWA Section 518(e)), and interstate agencies in establishing and maintaining adequate measures for prevention and control of surface and ground water pollution from both point and nonpoint sources. State priority efforts funded by Section 106 will include program activities related to the restoration of impaired watersheds Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) which include all facets of this program, i.e., pre-TMDL needs such as monitoring and assessment and standards development; development of TMDLs and post-TMDL implementation and restoration; implementing integrated wet weather strategies in coordination with nonpoint source programs; and developing source water protection programs.
$831,31809/30/2004
97656201-3Texas General Land OfficeWORKSHOP TO DISCUSS ISSUES RELATED TO CONSERVATION OF ISOLATED WATERS/WETLANDS

The Texas General Land Office (GLO) will host a workshop to discuss issues relateed to the conservation of isolated water / wetlands in Texas.
$43,85209/30/2004
99813102-3SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING - SECTION 604(B)

To assist States, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations and Interstate Organizations in carrying out Water Quality Management planning activities.
$353,92909/30/2004
98097201-3Native Village of OuzinkieGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Build capacity to manage tribal environmental programs.
$390,00009/30/2004
97442302-3St. Johns River Water Management Dist(X) AMERICAN HERITAGE RIVERS

This action approves an extension of the budget and project periods to June 30, 2004.
$37,58209/30/2004
00349214-1WV Dept of Health & Human ResourcesSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

Assisting in developing and implementing programs and projects to reduce radon risks; and to increase the number of homes and schools tested and mitigated for radon.
$46,95909/30/2004
97660101-1Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityFY2003-2004 TSCA COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT ASBESTOS PROGAM GRANT

Reduce public exposure to asbestos hazards in schools and state buildings through compliance monitoring, compliance assistnce, conducting inspections and taking enforcement actions as needed, and through public outreach.
$128,92209/30/2004
97057901-3WA Dept of EcologyWA DEQ STATE RESPONSE PROGRAM

Additional funding for the State to perform Targeted brownfields assessments and for HWTR's Toxics Reduction staff to provide technical assistance to property owners.
$1,169,43609/30/2004
00406004-2NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This action approves unexpended FY03 funds by carrying over $100,000 to the FY04 grant. This action provides the remaining FY2004 section 105 allocation for the State of North Carolina. This action reflects a congressionally-directed rescission of $12,199 (.0059%) based on their initial FY2004 allocation. The total amount of this action is $1,335,429. This action will increase federal funding under this grant to $2,167,181.
Air Pollution Control. As part of the continuing environmental program, this grant will support the State of North Carolina's efforts to maintain and strengthen its comprehensive air pollution program.
$2,115,18109/30/2004
98464199-6United South and Eastern Tribes Inc.UNITED SOUTH & EASTERN TRIBES - PEER REVIEW

PEER Review program and other capacity building activities for member tribes of USET, Inc.
$102,01509/30/2004
00401004-2AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL - SECTION 106

This action is to increase the grant to reflect the final budget allotment for FY04 106. This will bring the total for FY04 to $2,911,200. In addition the State has requested a carry over from FY03 funds in the amount of $1,058,927. This will bring the total grant to $3,970,127.
$3,555,60609/30/2004
99318910-1VA Dept of HealthSTATE LEAD GRANT PROGRAM

To assist Virginia Department of Health (VDH) in its ongoing efforts to administer its lead program through certification and accreditation of lead paint professionals; monitor lead paint activities through inspections and notification procedures; issue enforcement actions and provide compliance assistance to the regulated community and public.
$428,97109/30/2004
00435504-2MS Dept of Environmental QualityMS MSDEQ UIC

Underground Source Water Protection (UIC) continuing environmental program grant.
$77,19709/30/2004
98168701-3Connecticut Department of Public HealthIMPLEMENTING EPA'S TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS

Project to implement Tools for Schools in Connecticut urban schools to promote quality IAQ.
$29,50709/30/2004
00408304-1Knox County Dept of Air Quality ManagementAIR POLLUTION CONTROL SEC 105

New Award: As a part of the continuing environmental program this action provides $254,740 of the FY 2004 funding to Knox County, Tennessee to maintain and strengthen its comprehensive air pollution program.
$235,57909/30/2004
99319110-1MD Dept of the EnvironmentSTATE LEAD GRANT PROGRAM

To provide assistance to MDE in its efforts to administer its lead program through certification of lead paint professionals; monitor lead-based paint activities through inspection and notification procedures; issue enforcement actions and provide education and compliance to the regulated community and the public.
$466,00209/30/2004
98334904-1WV Dept of Health & Human ResourcesTOXIC SUBSTANCES COMPLIANCE MONITORING

Assisting in developing and enhancing comprehensive toxic substance enforcement programs including PCB, asbestos, lead-based paint and sector specific multi-media enforcement efforts.
$119,99309/30/2004
00349701-6MD Dept of Natural Resources2001 NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM 319(H)

This amendment action extends the budget and project periods to September 30, 2004 and updates the conditions at no additional cost to the Federal government. Total Federal participation remains at $3,091,600.
$2,958,48609/30/2004
97007801-2Evergreen Rural Water of WashingtonTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR SOURCE WATER PROTECTION ON TRIBAL LANDS

The project is to continue development and implementation of source water protection for tribal drinking water systems located in Washington state, including outreach to operators of underground injection control wells and public education in recharge areas of tribal drinking water systems. Also to Conduct training on completing vulnerability assessments for security of tribal drinking water systems
$370,51309/30/2004
99526101-JMichigan Department of Environmental QualityMULTI-SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH MICHIGAN DEQ

This amendment provides a transfer of funds between several sites in this Multi-Site Cooperative Agreement (CA); This amendment also corrects the total amount funded for this CA, per discussion with MDEQ
$860,70109/30/2004
99399701-6Town of ShenandoahBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used to identify effective strategies for environmentally assessing and redeveloping the Big Gem Furnace site.
$241,11209/30/2004
98215201-2New York UniversitySTUDY OF ENV. ISSUES IN SOUTH BRONX PH 3

This assistance agreement provides funding to New York University to continue to conduct a study on the environmental issues affecting the residents in the South Bronx geographic area. It examines the air quality of the South Bronx and its relation to local pollutant sources and community health effects. Measurements of air quality in the study include personal monitoring for pollutants commonly associated with diesel combustion. The information obtained from the study will be disseminated to the community. The community can then use the information as the basis for policy reform aimed at improving air quality and reducing the risk of air related health effects for residents of the South Bronx.
$1,972,53509/30/2004
98379401-3DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlCORE PROGRAM

CORE Program funding shall provide a means to fund functions of the Delaware program, which are Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act activities. These activities are not assignable to specific sites, but support Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control's overall site-specific response program.
$1,098,56309/30/2004
98396601-1DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlFY 2004 DNREC BEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM

The State of Delaware will be implementing its development of the coastal recreational beach water monitoring and public notification program.
$181,25909/30/2004
98497204-2NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES STATES

This action is to recommend funds be carried over from grant NP984972-03 in the amount of $46,550. The $46,550 in unexpended funds will increase federal funding for grant NP984972-04 to 106,550.

Continued support for a voluntary Environmental Stewardship Program to promote and encourage regulated organizations to use pollution prevention and innovative approaches to meet and exceed regulatory requirements.
$64,88609/30/2004
99115501-4City of DanburyRESTORATION AND REDEVELOPMENT OF A CONTAMINATED BROWNFIELD SITE IN DANBURY, CONNECTICUT

Restoration And Redevelopment Of A Contaminated Brownfield Site In Danbury, Connecticut
$196,72609/30/2004
98483104-1NC Dept of Health and Human ServicesTITLE IV (LEAD) COMPLIANCE MONITORING

Toxic Substances Control Act Title IV (Lead) Compliance Monitoring Project. The purpose of this grant is to administer and enforce the Lead-Based Paint Hazard Management Program. This grant will help to develop, implement and administer an accreditation and certification enforcement program, and assist North Carolina in enforcing their state program.
$20,22709/30/2004
98431304-3MS Dept of Environmental QualityMISSISSIPPI LEAD ENFORCEMENT AND COMPLIANCE PROGRAM

Lead Enforcement Grant under the Toxic Substances Control Act Title IV (Lead) Enforcement Program. This action recommends carryover funds in the amount of $31,575 for the State lead enforcement program. The purpose of this grant is to strengthen the State-based paint abatement program.
$45,03609/30/2004
99131002-2Massachusetts D.E.P.CHARLES GEORGE LANDFILL SUPERFUND SITE

LTRA for southwest groundwater extraction system
$75,13109/30/2004
98879201-2CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSOURCE WATER ASSESSMENT

To support the coordination and acceleration to the cause, effect, extent, prevention, reduction, and elimination of water pollution.
$19,99909/30/2004
00146304-1New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT MAINTENANCE

Comprehensive program for the enforcement of both state and federal pesticides laws and regulations.
$125,51209/30/2004
98087301-3Kalispel Tribe of IndiansCLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 319 BASE FUNDING

Continue a) the "Sense of Place" educational program targeted towards private landowners for responsible stewardship of land/aquatic resources to prevent NPS problems; b) the stream stablization/riparian restoration project at Usk Bridge Island site
$79,02909/30/2004
00351914-1VA Dept of HealthSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

Assisting in the development and implementation of programs and projects reducing radon risks and increasing the number of homes and schools tested and mitigated to radon.
$73,88209/30/2004
98429998-7GA Dept of Natural ResourcesCERCLA, SUPERFUND (CORE PROGRAM)

Management and administrative activities to ensure State support of CERLCA implementation activities.
$5,000,76209/30/2004
97307301-1DC Dept of HealthPM 2.5 AIR MONITORING PROGRAM

Federal funds in the amount of $322,678, which includes $89,251 of EPA in-kind assistance for the implementation, operation and maintenance of the District of Columbia's PM 2.5 Monitoring Network within the District.
$236,83009/30/2004
98225700-1Partnership for the Delaware Estuary IncRANCOCAS DELAWARE ESTUARY PROGRAM WATERSHED INITIATIVE

A Cooperative Agreement to support the implementation of the Delaware Estuary Program's Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) by providing funding for demonstration projects showing that implementation of CCMP actions can improve environmental quality by focusing on a small watershed.
$50,00009/30/2004
98486499-5City of RaleighBROWNFIELD PILOTS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This action approves an extension to the project and budget period to 9/30/03. The extension will allow the City to continue to take advantage of revitalization and planning opportunities that have arisen with this project.
$195,44109/30/2004
00345304-2WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING PROGRAM

see below
$204,43209/30/2004
97627001-1Texas Agricultural Experiment StationEXPLOITING NATURAL ENEMIES IN COTTON INSECT PEST MANAGMENT

Exploiting Natural Enemies in Cotton Insect Pest Managment following Boll Weevil Eradication in the Texas High Plains: Transition from Pesticide Risks.
$67,29609/30/2004
97545001-1Town of WestfieldPROJECT - TOWN OF WESTFIELD - WATER MAIN AND SEWER EXTENSION - FY03

Between 1997 and 1999, the Town of Westfield, Indiana underwent a process to update the Town's comprehensive land use plan. This process, involving citizens, business leaders and elected officials, proved to be an exhaustive review that led to the vision of the Town through the year 2020. This process identified the north US 31 corridor (north of State Road 32) and the west State Road 32 corridor (west of US 31 as the major employment area. This employment area designation is defined as the area identified for future economic development through industrial and commercial ventures. In 2002, the Town Council authorized a sewer and water plan that is driven by the comprehensive land use plan. The current sewer interceptors that would serve this employment area has been found unable to provide sufficient capacity. Therefore, a dual force main along 181st Street from U.S. 31 to Dartown Road is necessary to connect to a new interceptor system that will be built at a later date, and a sewer line and force main along Tomlinson Road will allow for some development to occur before the new interceptor system is built. The force main will allow sufficient capacity for development of the important industrial and commercial area. By looking at the Town's drainage watersheds, it was determined that sewer infrastructure expansion be started on the west side of US 31. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has been working on defining the role US 31 plays in its transporation network. In 1997 INDOT completed a major investment study that recommended that US 31 be expanded from 4 lanes to 6 lanes within the Westfield jurisdiction. This major policy statement served a major policy assumption in the updating of the Town's comprehensive land use plan. All NEPA procedures are incorporated in this process. The first phase of this project will only involve the sanitary sewer extension. A Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the Town of Westfield, Indian
$611,10009/30/2004
00486204-1Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians106 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Continuing Annual Program New Award. The Eastern Band of Cherokee- Tribal Environmental Office will continue its monitoring efforts on a "watershed-by-watershed basis" by collecting biological and chemical data to better strengthen the Tribe's capability to accurately assess their water quality standards. Ultimately, all data collected will aid in the development of a preliminary 305(b) report for the Qualla Boundary.
$14,17909/30/2004
98936603-3Pala Band Of Mission IndiansPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (PPG)

This assistance agreement increases the EPA funding in the amount of $417,535 which consists of (1) General Assistance Program (GAP) funds [$119,938]; (2) Clean Water Act 106 funds [$81,053]; (3) Clean Water Act 319 funds [$31,579]; Pesticides Enforcement $34,696; Pesticide Program [$34,696]; and GAP supplemental funds for Clean Air Act activities [$115,573]. This grant will fund activities from 10/01/03 to 09/30/04.
The objective of the project is to plan, develop, and establish the capability for implementing environmental protection programs administered by EPA and the development and implementation of solid and hazardous waste programs for tribes. Specific details are contained in the approved workplan.
$622,91009/30/2004
00408104-2Nashville-Davidson County Health DeptAIR POLLUTION CONTROL SECTION 105

This action provides the remaining FY 2004 section 105 allocation for Nashville-Davidson County, Tennessee. This action reflects a congressionally-directed rescission of $2,159 (.59%) based on their initial FY 2004 allocation. Nashville-Davidson County has also requested carryover of the FY 2003 unobligated funds in the amount of $62,489. The total amount of this action is $287,488. This action will increase federal funding under this grant to $438,927. As a part of the continuing environmental program, this grant will support the County's efforts to maintain and strengthen its comprehensive air pollution program.
$350,05509/30/2004
97066901-1WA Office of Trade & Economic DevelopmentLEAD-BASED PAINT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM.

Transition the statewide Lead-Based Paint Certification and Accreditation Program from EPA, Region 10, to Washington State.
$257,85509/30/2004
97054101-3TulalipTribes of Washington

Develop a baseline program for the protection of air quality on the Tulalip Reservation. The core components of the Tribes' air quality program involve monitoring particulate levels, and ensuring compliance with the Tulalip's outdoor burning regulations. Additional activities include public education and enforcement of their Air Quality Protection Ordinance.
$51,15109/30/2004
97434804-2FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionPOLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM

To sustain the P2 program in the State of Florida and implement P2 in three new areas: 1) Local Government P2 Outreach Pilot Project; 2) Integrating P2 and Gasoline Reuse into Florida's Automobile Pre-Salvage Operations; 3) State Agency Environmental Management System Implementation. In addition, this will also fund technical assistance and EMS workshops in FDEP's Northwest District.
$47,56909/30/2004
98492404-1GA Dept of Natural ResourcesLEAD BASED PAINT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

New Award - Continuous Program. This action approves an award in the amount of $295,000 to maintain and improve the appropriate infrastructure to administer and enforce a program to ensure that individuals engaged in lead-based paint activities are properly trained, that the training programs are accredited, that contractors and firms engaged in such activities are certified.
$269,90009/30/2004
99399006-2Center for the Inland BaysDE CENTER FOR THE INLAND BAYS

This amendment carries over Federal funds of $77,120 from CE-993990-05 in accordance with the final FSR submitted December 18, 2003 and updates award conditions to carry out projects under the National Estuary Program in support of Comprehensive Conservation Management Plans.
$502,43609/30/2004
00863103-3SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesNONPOINT SOURCE STAFFING & SUPPORT

To assist the recipient in implementing CWA - Section 319 nonpoint source management activities
$1,242,73609/30/2004
00160204-5Massachusetts Dept. of Fire ServicesUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

DFS will implement the approved UST Program in Massachusetts by maintaining the tank registration database, performing facility inspections, and enforcing the state-codified UST regulations.
-25% matching funds required by recipient.
$119,23109/30/2004
98108601-1Economic Dev. and Industrial Corp. of LynnEPA BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND (BCRLF)

Epa Brownfields Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund (Bcrlf)
$93,92609/30/2004
00429604-2NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesPUBLIC WATER SUPPLY SUPERVISION PROGRAM

Public Water Supply Supervision grant to the State of North Carolina to implement the state drinking water act and the amendments of 1996.
$3,363,24109/30/2004
98408704-2FL Dept of Agriculture & Consumer ServFLORIDA PPG (PESTICIDES) FY04

Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) for Pesticides. This grant provides $458,390, the remaining FY 2004 allocation for Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. This action reflects a congressionally- directed rescission of $4,552 (.0059) based on their initial FY 2004 allocation of $771,570. Florida has also requested carryover of the FY 2003 unobligated funds in the amount of $46,187. The total amount of this action is $504,577. This action will increase federal funding under this grant to $913,205. This grant supports activities under Florida's PPG and will maintain and strengthen the State's comprehensive pesticide regulatory program.
$744,36709/30/2004
98339304-3Delaware River Basin CommissionDRBC FY2004 106 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This amendment increases Federal funds available by $498,000 and updates award conditions in support of the recipient program to establish and maintain adequate measures for the prevention and control of water pollution.
$728,24709/30/2004
00305504-1DC Dept of HealthAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

To assist in planning, developing, establishing, improving and maintaining adequate programs for the prevention and control of air pollution in the District of Columbia.
$782,62909/30/2004
97470904-2NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesWATER POLLUTION CONTROL, SECTION 106

This is a continuing program to States to assist in administering Programs for the
prevention, reduction and elimination of water pollution. Water Pollution Control- State and Interstate Program Support (106 grant). This action is a completion of a partial award in the amount of $607,660 to the State of North Carolina to administer programs for the prevention, reduction and elimination of water pollution.
$1,372,56809/30/2004
99398404-2Ohio River Valley Water San CommFY 2004 OHIO RIVER VALLEY WATER SANITATION WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This amendment increases Federal funds by $927,110, carries over Federal funds of $129,287 from I-993984-03 in accordance with the final FSR dated December 18, 2003 and updates award conditions to fully fund the FY2004 Water Pollution Control Program to establish and maintain adequate measures for the prevention and control of water pollution.
$950,26209/30/2004
98826400-2Southern Ute TribeC9988264 SOUTHERN UTE

To assist Tribe in implementing EPA-approved Section 319 nonpoint source management program.
$262,50809/30/2004
98486299-3City of JacksonvilleBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Decrease in Funds; City of Jacksonville has opted to transition their BCRLF funds to the authority under the new Brownsfields Law. The transitioning amount is $500,000.
$009/30/2004
97064201-2WA Dept of EcologyTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WORKSHOPS AND SITE VISITS

Prepare and present workshops for state, federal, and local government inspectors from all media programs. Offer workshop attendees opportunities to accompany experienced technical assistance and/or compliance staff to observe techniques for integrating pollution prevention information and compliance enforcement.
$19,12709/30/2004
98409604-2GA Dept of Natural ResourcesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This project will integrate the environmental protection activities in the State of Georgia in 5 catagorical grant activity areas. First, outdoor air quality will be supported under Section 105 of the Clean Air Act through the implementation of the workplan for Air Quality Managmeent and Planning to maintain and strengthen Georgia's comprehensive air quality program: resulting in the maintenance and reduction of air pollution from stationary and movile sources. Second, surface and ground water enhancement and protection will be supported under Section 106 of the Clean Water Act through effective monitoring, allocation, regulations and managmenet of water resources. Third, drinking water protection will be supported under Section 1443(a) of the Safe Drinking Water Act through water supply supervision in the State. Fourth, maintain and strenthen comprehensive Resource Conservation and Recovery Act program to reduce hazardous waste generation, safe management of hazardous waste, site cleanup, industry and public outreach, and reporting through Section 3011 of the Solid Waste Disposal Act. Finally, assist the State in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective state-run Underground Storage Tank program for the prevention, detection, and correction of leaking underground storage tanks containing petroleum and hazardous substances under the Solid Waste Disposal Act, Sections 2007(f) and 9004.
$10,220,30809/30/2004
00997004-1Morongo Band Of Mission IndiansFY-04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $100,000, of which $23,906 has been carried forward from Grant #I-00997002-1.

To provide assistance to the Morongo Band of Mission Indians in the development of tribal capacity and implementation of a Water Pollution Control Program. The specific details of which are outlined in the workplan.
$73,97509/30/2004
98801604-3Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribal CouncilPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

To provide the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes with flexibility to address their highest environmental priorities while addressing core requirements.
$882,65309/30/2004
00450304-2SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlSOUTH CAROLINA UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (REGULATORY) PROGRAM

Decrease in Funds; Deobligate $6.00 and close the grant.
$189,16909/30/2004
00128309-1Massachusetts Division of Occupational SafetyTOXIC SUBSTANCES COMPLIANCE MONITORING PROGRAM

This award provides funds to suppport the FY04 MA DOS asbestos program.
$106,12309/30/2004
97497704-2TN Dept of Environment and ConservationWATER SUPPLY GROUND WATER 106 PROGRAM

Water Pollution Control- State and Interstate Program Support (106 grants). Section 106 grants assist States, Tribes and interstate agencies in establishing and maintaining adequate measures for prevention and control of surface and ground water pollution. Section 106 Grants provide broad support for the prevention and abatement of surface and groundwater pollution from point source and nonpoint sources. Activities supported through these grants include permitting, pollution control studies, water quality planning and monitoring, standards development: surveillance and enforcement: pretreatment programs: advice and assistance to local agencies: training; public information; and oil and hazardous materials response. This is a continuing program to States to assist in administering Programs for the prevention, reduction, and elimination of water pollution. This action is a completion of a partial award in the amount of $220,820 (ground water) to the State of Tennessee to administer the groundwater program for the prevention, reduction, and elimination of ground water pollution. This action is also to award the FY03 carryover in the amount of $376,128 (ground water).
$388,06609/30/2004
99352504-2MD Dept of AgriculturePERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

In accordance with both OECA and OPP guidance, MDA will carry out FIFRA enforcement activities and program implementation in the areas of worker safety (WPS and C&T), water quality and endangered species.
$345,85209/30/2004
97035801-1Chilkoot Indian AssociationINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Build Tribal environmental capacity to manage tribal program
$195,65009/30/2004
98380801-2WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionSACA - VIENNA TETRACHLOROETHENE REMEDIAL DESIGN (WELLFIELD)

Funds will be used to implement remedial design work activities related to the Vienna Tetrachloroethene Remedial Design (Wellfield) site. Activities include: provide oversight of field activities when deemed appropriate, necessary, or at EPA Region III's request.
$13,02909/30/2004
98362201-1VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - KIM-STAN SANITARY LANDFILL (RD OU1)

Funds will be used for oversight activities at the Kim-Stan Sanitary Landfill (Remedial Design Operable Unit One). Activities will include review and comment on workplan/consent decree, attend design strategy meeting with the potential responsible parties/contractors, and review design progress submissions.
$31,87909/30/2004
97438904-1Eastern Band Of Cherokee IndiansSECTION105 AIR PROGRAM

NEW AWARD. Continuing Annual Program. The section 105 allocation for FY-04 for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is $160,545. As part of the continuing environmental program grant, this will support the Eastern Band of Cherokee's efforts to maintain and strengthen its air pollution program.
$143,06309/30/2004
97036801-1Native Village of UnalakleetINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Build capacity of Tribes in Alaska for environmental protection programs
$193,12809/30/2004
98376904-3DC Dept of HealthWATER POLLUTION - DCDOH

This amendment increases Federal funds by $948,042 and updates award conditions in support of the FY2004 Water Pollution Control Program to establish and maintain adequate measures for the prevention and control of water pollution. Federal funds of $22,762 have been carried over from I-983769-03 in accordance with the final FSR dated March 12, 2004.
$1,151,07409/30/2004
99327201-9City of PhiladelphiaBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used to identify effective means of reclaiming and recycling older brownfields sites into viable, marketable, attractive development sites.
$749,09109/30/2004
82569901-8Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation CommissionWET WEATHER STUDY ON THE OHIO RIVER:

Wet Weather Study On The Ohio River
$698,00009/30/2004
00447004-2TN Dept of Environment and ConservationWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM SURFACE WATER TDEC

This action is to complete FY04 funding so that the State can administer programs for the prevention, reduction, and elimination of water pollution as described in the approved work plan (approved November 6, 2003).
$1,781,50009/30/2004
98811001-4City of AuroraBROWNFIELDS SITE ASSESSMENT PILOT

Continue support for Aurora Brownfileds Site Assessment.
$105,51909/30/2004
00317804-3WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Federal funds to aid in the Fostering Development and Implementation of Underground Injection Programs under the Safe Drinking Water Act.
$193,47809/30/2004
00486801-FAL Dept of Environmental ManagementCERCLA, SUPERFUND (SUPPORT AGENCY)

This action approves a TIME EXTENSION of the budget and project periods from 9/30/03 to 9/30/04.
$974,41709/30/2004
98409204-3NC Dept of Agriculture & Consumer ServicesNC PPG (PESTICIDES) FY04

Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) for Pesticides. This grant provides $25,000 in supplemental funding to host the EPA Region 4 Worker Protection Workshop. This grant will support activities under North Carolina's PPG, and will maintain and strengthen the State's comprehensive pesticide regulatory program.
$762,52209/30/2004
98111201-5Connecticut D.E.P.STEG PROGRAM MODEL PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN.

STEG Program Model Public Participation Plan.
$82,89709/30/2004
98416897-9NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

CORE Program to conduct activities that develop and maintain the State's ability to participate in CERCLA implementation activities
$3,929,33009/30/2004
99172901-5Aquidneck Isl. Citizens Advisory GroupTECH. ASST. FOR NETC

Naval Education Training Center, Newport, RI
$95,81409/30/2004
97405804-1TN Dept of Environment and ConservationPOLLUTION PREVENTION

NEW AWARD. To sustain the P2 Program in the State of Tennessee and support the administration of the Tennessee Pollution Prevention Partners (TP3) Program.
$45,32609/30/2004
99296501-4Middlesex County Improvement AuthorityBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT - MIDDLESEX COUNTY IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY, NEW JERSEY

A Cooperative Agreement with the Middlesex County Improvement Authority, New Jersey to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$194,72509/30/2004
98249001-1Puerto Rico Agricultural Extension ServiceENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP GRANT PROGRAM

These funds are provided to support the PR Department of Agriculture Extension Service survey on pesticide use and integrated pest management on coffee in Puerto Rico.
$27,06309/30/2004
98248801-3NY State Department of HealthBEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT GRANT

An agreement is provided to assist the New York State Department of Health in the development of its Beach Monitoring and Notification Program.
$319,56909/30/2004
98053901-3OR Water Resources BoardWIDHORSE CREEK FLOW MEASUREMENT

To provide operation and maintenance of the equipment as well as collect and analyze the data.
$10,47909/30/2004
83026401-1Hualapai TribeHUALAPAI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AIR AND WATER QUALITY DATA NETWORKING PROJECT- READINESS

The goal of the National Environmental Information Exchange Grant Program is to advance the National Environmental Information Exchange Network by encouraging State and other partners� data integration efforts.
$100,00009/30/2004
98861204-2Crow Tribal CouncilNONPOINT SOURCE BASE

Agency assistance to carry out the activities to increase the level and quality of Nonpoint Source water pollution management on the Crow Reservation.
$53,61309/30/2004
98244101-3University of Puerto RicoAGRICULTURE POLLUTION PREVENTION FOR FARMERS IN PUERTO RICO

The University of Puerto Rico will develop a project called "Agriculture Pollution Prevention for Farmers in Puerto Rico." This project is to search experience and knowledge regarding the integrated pest management for the crops in Puerto Rico. As well as developing a website for farmers which will offer education and alternatives to reduce conventional pesticides in crops.
$93,82709/30/2004
98492304-2AL Dept of Public HealthTSCA - LEAD ACCREDITATION & CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

Lead Program - Toxic Substance Compliance Monitoring
Maintain and improve the appropriate infrastructure to administer and enforce a program to ensure that individuals engaged in lead-based paint activities are properly trained, that the training programs are accredited, that contractors and firms engaged in such activities are certified.
$337,14909/30/2004
00905604-2Bay Area AQMDFY04 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This amendment revises the cost share percentages on the Assistance Agreement to reflect the minimum required match for this program, which is 40% of the total federal expenditures (outlays) reflected on the recipient's final Financial Status Report. The mimimum required match, 40% of the federal amount, is $634,603. The mimimum maintenance of effort (MOE) amount is $35,867,924. This amendment is for administrative record and does not require acceptance by the recipient organization.
$1,586,50709/30/2004
00499904-1GA Dept of Natural ResourcesWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING 205(J)(1)/ 604(B)

New Award - Continuous Program. To assist the State of Georgia, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations (RPCPOs) and Interstate Organizations (IOs) in carrying out water quality management (WQM) planning. The State is encouraged to give priority to watershed restoration planning. The funds are alloted to the state in accordance with Section 604(b) of the Clean Water Act. This action awards $226,339 in FY 04 604(b) funds and approves unexpended FY03 funds by carrying over $253,455 to the FY04 grant.
$199,52309/30/2004
97429404-1North Carolina Dept of Env & Natural ResourcesNC STATE INDOOR RADON

Continue to develop and implement a State program to assess the radon problems in NC and to inform the public concerning health risks of radon gas and the steps to take for measurement, mitigation as well as building homes with radon resistant techniques. The program is designed to meet the goals of IRAA.
$172,57809/30/2004
00435604-2NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC) PROGRAM

Underground Source Water Protection continuing environmental program grant.
$114,18109/30/2004
00404004-2KY Environmental and Public Protection CabinetKY 105 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL

This action, as part of the continuing environmental program grant, is to provide the remaining 60% of the fiscal year (FY) 2004 funding to support the Commonwealth of Kentucky's efforts to maintain and strengthen its comprehensive air pollution program.
$1,453,39009/30/2004
97434304-2GA Dept of Natural ResourcesSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

This action is to recommend funds be carried over from grant K1974343-03 to grant K1974343-04 in the amount of $145,774. The $145,774 in unexpended funds will increase federal funding for grant K1974343-04 to $395,774.

Develop and implement a statewide program for the assessment and mitigation of buildings with elevated radon levels.
$253,87209/30/2004
98185301-1University of ConnecticutMYSOUND - A REALTIME PARTNERSHIP

Per your application request dated July 11, 2003, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to support the MYSound monitoring network which will provide high frequency observations of water temperature, salinity, and dissolved oxygen at a network of stations in Long Island Sound and communicate that data in real-time.
$159,44209/30/2004
99847403-CCO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP

To provide for the operation of continuing environmental programs while giving the State greater flexibility to adress its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between the State and EPA.
$17,308,59809/30/2004
00221925-2P.R. Dept. of AgriculturePRDA PESTICIDES CERTIFICATION FY-04 A: 1

Implementation of the Pesticides Applicator Certification Program in Puerto Rico.
$62,34609/30/2004
00344104-2PA Dept of Environmental ProtectionWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Assisting States, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations and Interstate Organizations in carrying out Water Quality Management Planning activities.
$571,15909/30/2004
98274501-1VI Dept. of Planning and Natural ResourcesPUBLIC WATER SYSTEM PROJECT

With this grant, the recipient will study the rainwater catchment system and help the residents of the USVI increase their understanding of the need for management of potable water and providing both interest in and methods for, the improvement and maintenance of the quality of their drinking water in cistern. Under the agreement, the recipient will produce educational and motivational videos for public broadcast, develop and collate material for publication, and provide two workshops to VI Government personnel and to the organization and utilization of citizens groups.
$40,80009/30/2004
00100300-5Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Project and budget period extension
$462,75309/30/2004
98320905-3Maryland Coastal Bays FoundationMARYLAND COASTAL BAYS NATIONAL ESTUARY PROGRAM

The Maryland Coastal Bays Foundation will carry out projects under the National Estuary Program in support of Comprehensive Conservation Management Plans.
$498,90709/30/2004
00429804-1TN Dept of Environment and ConservationPUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This action approves an award in the amount of $1,080,400 for the state to implement the Safe Drinking Water Act under the PWSS program.
$1,011,64709/30/2004
98198301-2Connecticut D.E.P.RAYMARK SF SITE CT - STATE LEAD MIXED FUNDING ADVANCED MATCH REMOVAL

Raymark Supefund Site assisting state with indoor air action.
$649,05609/30/2004
98101201-1New Hampshire D.E.S.INCREMENTAL NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM

Incremental Nonpoint Source Program
$746,41909/30/2004
97305701-1MSWG IncMULTI-STATE WORKING GROUP FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE

To encourage balanced participation from all sectors at the Multi-State Working Group on Environmental Perfomance's annual workshop by providing travel support for participants from non-governmental organizations, academia and state and local goverments. This year's workshop targets environmental management systems and performance beyond compliance-based mandates.
$15,61209/30/2004
00230110-1P.R. Dept. of AgricultureFY-04 CONSOLIDATED PESTICIDES PROGRAM

Cooperative Agreement for Consolidation of the following grants under one work plan to address multiple pesticide-pollution problems: Special Pesticide Enforcement Initiatives, Worker Protection, Groundwater Protection, and Endangered Species Protection in Puerto Rico.
$62,03909/30/2004
98388001-3MD Dept of the Environment66.605- PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION - FOR INTERNAL PURPOSES ONLY. Federal funds of $54,467 are carried over to BG-97302701-2 in accordance with the final FSR dated December 29, 2004.
$2,594,53809/30/2004
97461402-1Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control DistrictCHEMICAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION

NEW AWARD. Objectives: This grant will use the funds for education, compliance monitoring, and enforcement activities. Funds will be used for inspection/audit training for District staff to enhance awareness of program requirements and objectives and provide updated program information as necessary. The project will also provide training sessions targeting other local agencies and the public for information and awareness of the Risk Management Program.
$3,71709/30/2004
99398506-2Partnership for the Delaware Estuary IncPARTNERSHIP FOR THE DELAWARE ESTUARY, INC.

This amendment carries over Federal funds of $79,386 from CE-993985-05 in accordance with the final FSR submitted December 28, 2003 and updates conditions to carry out outreach and education projects for the Delaware Estuary Program under the National Estuary Program in support of Comprehensive Conservation and management Plans (CCMP).
$300,03609/30/2004
00351814-1DE Dept of Health & Social ServicesSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT
$108,87309/30/2004
98157901-4New Hampshire D.H.H.S.NEW HAMPSHIRE CHILDHOOD LEAD POISONING PREVENTION PROGRAM

OECA Lead Cooperative Agreement
$49,99909/30/2004
00402304-2Hillsborough Co Environ Protection CommAIR POLLUTION CONTROL SEC. 105

This action provides $289,255 which is the remaining FY 2004 Section 105 allocation for Hillsborough County, Florida. This action reflects a congressionally-directed rescission of $2,747 (.0059) based on their initial FY 2004 allocation. Hillsborough County has also requested carryover of the FY 2003 unobligated funds in the amount of $89,018. The total amount of this action is $378,273. This action will increase federal funding under this grant to $572,941. As part of the continuing environmental program, this grant will support Hillsborough County�s efforts to maintain and strengthen its comprehensive air pollution program.
$511,91609/30/2004
99446504-2MS Dept of Environmental QualityFY-04 AHERA COMPLIANCE MONITORING PROGRAM (ASBESTOS)

This action, as part of the continuing environmental program grant, will fund an additional $51,247 to Mississippi to support its Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) compliance monitoring program. This action will increase federal funding under this grant to $80,044.
$37,32909/30/2004
00496901-DGA Dept of Natural ResourcesSUPERFUND SUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Management assistance to support EPA activities at NPL sites in Georgia.
$2,175,07509/30/2004
98089401-4Native Village of Kwigillingok (IRA)GA-98089401-3 KWIGILLINGOK

Build capacity to manange tribal env. program.
$258,53809/30/2004
98352701-3DE Tech & Comm CollegeTRAINING PROGRAM

Operator Training / Wastewater Training Grants - The recepient will provide onsite technical assistance to small municipal POTW's that are in or will be in violation of their NPDES permit.
$50,42509/30/2004
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