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April 15, 2011 Mr. Lance Edwards National Paint & Coatings Association, Inc. 1500 Rhode Island Ave., NW Washington, DC 20005-5597 Dear Mr. Edwards: Thank you for your August 14, 2009, letter to the O
DATE: June 11, 1979 REPLY TO ATTN OF: Erie Area Office SUBJECT: [1910.123 - 1910.126], As Applied to Dip Tanks Containing Varnish for Electric Motor Coating TO: David H. Rhone, Regional Administrator
December 2, 1985 Mr. Joseph Byrne Vice President Unocal Corporation 1201 West 5th Street P.O. Box 7600 Los Angeles, California 90051 Dear Mr. Byrne: This is in response to your letter of November 4,
June 5, 1991 Dr. Richard F. Boggs Vice President Organization Resources Counselors, Inc. 1910 Sunderland Place, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036 Dear Dr. Boggs: It has come to our attention that there exi
June 10, 1991 Mr. Fred Williams 6771 Straight Creek Road Waverly, Ohio 45690 Dear Mr. Williams: This is in response to your inquiry of April 13, concerning the Occupational Safety and Health Administ
December 10, 1991 Ms. Marian Fournier Condor Geotechnical Services, Inc. 10790 West 50th Avenue Suite 200 Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033-6716 Dear Ms. Fournier, This is in response to your inquiry of Se
July 15, 1994 The Honorable Thomas H. Andrews U.S. House of Representatives 136 Commercial Street Portland, Maine 04101 Dear Congressman Andrews: Thank you for your letter of June 2 concerning the Oc
September 4, 1996 Memorandum For: Regional Administrators From: John B. Miles, Jr., DirectorDirectorate of Compliance Programs Subject: Solvent Distillation Units manufactured by Framco Environmental
June 22, 1998 Mr. Larry N. Taylor President LNT Enterprises, Inc. 6607 Napoli Rd. Camp Springs, MD 20748 Dear Mr. Taylor: This is in response to your letter of May 1, with regard to your concerns abo
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