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Scope/Content: Abstract: FERC issued docket number p-2712: Enclosed for filing in the above-referenced proceeding are the original and eight copies of PPL Maine, LLC's ("PPL Maine") Application For Amendment Of License ("Application") for PPL Maine's Stillwater Hydroelectric Project No. 2712 ("Project"), along with an original and two copies of a separate volume containing the Critical Energy Infrastructure Information ('CEIl") that had been included in the Application but has been removed to comply with CEII requirements. This application is being submitted in accordance with Section IV of the Lower Penobscot River Multiparty Settlement Agreement dated June 2004 ("MPA") that is being filed separately today in this and other project dockets. The Project is a major water power project under 5 MW. The Application was prepared in accordance with Section 4.201 of the Commission's regulations and includes Exhibits A, E, F, and G. A draft of this Application was distributed to agencies and stakeholders on February 17, 2004, and this Application addresses all comments received. In recognition that this Application is consistent with the MPA, PPL Maine requested that the consulted parties waive the requirement (to the extent applicable) that PPL Maine follow the three-stage consultation process (18 C.F.R. § 4.38) for this Application, and the consulted parties provided such waivers. See Appendix ES-A of the Application. Scope/Content: Dam type: concrete Scope/Content: Dam type: gravity Scope/Content: Length: 1712