(approved January 22, 2003)
CENTRAL INTERSTATE LLRW COMMISSION
TUESDAY, July 2, 2002, 1:30 P.M.
In compliance with Commission Bylaws and Rules, a meeting notice announcing the date, time, location and agenda availability was mailed to the interested parties on June 18,2002.
A Special Telephone Meeting of the Central Interstate LLRW Commission was held Tuesday, July 2, 2002, for the purpose of taking action on export applications.
Participating in the meeting via telephone were: Laura Gilson, Arkansas Commissioner; Bernie Bevill Arkansas Alternate Commissioner: Ron Hammerschmidt, Kansas Alternate Commissioner; Michael Henry, Louisiana Commissioner; Dr. Greg Hayden, Nebraska Commissioner; Catherine Sharp, Oklahoma Commissioner and Commission Chairperson; John Etheridge, Entergy Corporation; and Chet Fowler, Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Company.
Present in the Commission office, 1033 ‘O’ Street, Suite 530, Lincoln, Nebraska, were: Rita Houskie, Commission Administrator; Terry Davis, Commission Secretary; and the court reporter.
The meeting was called to order at approximately 1:35 p.m. and all Commissioners responded to the roll call. No requests by members of the public were made to speak during the general public comment period.
The Chair asked that the applications be considered in their respective groupings.
Motion by Kansas, second by Arkansas, to approve the 2 Federal Applications to Export Waste for FY2002-2003.
Motion passed 4-0-1 (Nebraska abstaining)
Motion by Louisiana, second by Kansas, to approve the 12 Non-Federal Applications to Export Waste for FY2002-2003 pending receipt of appropriate fees.
Discussion followed the above stated motion with the Administrator indicating that fees for two of the applications were still in process and had not yet been received by the Commission's office that resulted in an amendment to the motion to which the maker and seconder approved.
Motion passed 5-0
Motion by Arkansas, second by Louisiana, to approve the 7 Major Generator / Utility Applications to Export Waste for FY2002-2003 and to refund $13,400 to Kerr-McGee.
Motion passed 4-1.
Discussion was held regarding whether a motion was required to forgive the $13,400.00 second payment amount set by the export fee schedule approved at the Annual meeting. It was agreed by the commissioners that a motion was not required and that it was understood that the $13,400 would not be invoiced due to the seventh generator's application.
The Chair asked if there was any other business to be discussed before the Commission.
Motion by Kansas, second by Arkansas, to adjourn the meeting.
Motion passed 5-0.
The meeting was adjourned at approximately 1:42 p.m.