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6/11/2014: Information collection request to the Office of Management and Budget- Private AtoN on artificial islands and fixed structures

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The Coast Guard posted a notice inviting comments from owners of private aids to navigation on the collection of information for the application for private aids to navigation and for class one private aids to navigation on artificial islands and fixed structures.

To obtain approval to establish a private aid to navigation, applicants must submit either Private Aids to Navigation Application form CG-2554, or an Application for Class 1 Private Aids to Navigation on Artificial Islands and Fixed Structures form CG-4143. The forms collect information about the private aid to navigation such as type, color, geographic position, charts or sketches of the desired location, copies of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permits and the applicant’s contact information.

View the Federal Register notice for further information.

In particular, the Coast Guard would appreciate comments addressing:
(1) The practical utility of the Collections;
(2) The accuracy of the estimated burden of the Collections;
(3) Ways to enhance the quality, utility, and clarity of information subject to the Collections;
(4) Ways to minimize the burden of the Collections on respondents, including the use of automated collection techniques or other forms of information technology.

All comments and related material must be submitted on or before August 11, 2014.

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