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					                                                   Union Calendar No. 241
    93o CONGRESS
       1st SESSION
                            H. R. 10203
                                  [Report No. 93-541]


             IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
                                    SEITEMIIER 12,1073
Mr. BIATXJK (for himself. Mr. JONES of Alabama. Mr. HARSHA. Mr. KMJCZYX-
    SKI. Mr. GKOVEK. Mr. WRIGHT. Mr. CLEVEU\XI>. Mr. GKAY. Mr. Dox H.
    CLATJSKX. Mr. CI.ARK, Mr. SXYDKIS. Mr. .Tonxsox of California. Mr. Ziox.
    Mr. DOKX. Mr. HAMMEKSCHM nrr. Mr. HKXDEKSOX. Mr. MIZEI.L. Mr. RouEirrs.
    Mr. BAKEK. Mr. HOWARD. "Mr. SHCSTER. Mr. AXIJEUSOX of California. Mr.
    WALSH. Mr. ROE. and Mr. COCHKAX) introduced the following bill: which

I   was referred to the Committee on Public Works
                             OCTOHKIS 3.1073
Reported with an amendment, committed to the Committee of the Whole House
          on the State of the Union, and ordered to be printed
        [.Strike o«t a\\ after the enacting etause anrt insert the imt primed in ita\ie)




                                 A BILL
Autliorizing tlie constmction, repair, and prescrvalion of cer-
        tain public works on rivers and harbors for navigation, flood
        control, and for other purposes.

I   1         Be it enacted by ike Senate and House of Representa-
    2 tives of (he United States of America, in Connrcss assembled,
    3                 I WATER RESOURCES PEVELOP3IENT
    4                iOir 54*e Sccrctaiy ef the Arm}% actingt through
    5         Chief of Enffincpr:!, \s hereby authorixcd to undertake
    6 the phase i design memorandum stege efftdvanec4engineer
7 mg ft«4 4osigR ef 4he following multiple-))urpoae water ve-
    8 SWH-.H^S dovelopmeni projoc.i-H? sahstant'ially m ftceorduno.o
    9 with? ft«4 subject t« Ike c.ondiiions recommended lay the
10 Olw4 ef -Engineers mr the reports hereinafter designated?

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 1                  3IIDDLE ATLANTIC OOAGTAJj AREA

 2         The project for hurricane flood protection at Virginia
 3 Beach, Virginia: Houoc Document Numbcfc'd '02 365, at an
 4 cDtimatcd coot of $06 1,000.
 5                            JAMEB DIVEft DABDf

 6         The project for flood protection for tao city of Buona
 7 Vista on the Maury River, Virginia: House Document
 8 Numbered 93 5C, at an estimated c^ot of $666,000.
 9                             OAM IHVDR DAOIK                               B
10         The project for Camp Ground Lake on B.ccoh Fork in
11 the Salt River Basin, Kentucky, for flood protection and
12 other purp03co.* House Document Numbered 03 374, at an
13 estimated cost of $330,000.
  .                                        mvcn DAOIK
..^         Tho projoot for flood protection and other piirposoo on
,g -Bowie Creek, Mississippi ; House Document Numbered 98-                  MM
•tfj   LJ.&y, At AH ciLiliidtfifl COSt ul tUJy^

                              TEAItL BIVER

19          Tho project for flood control and other purpoeoc on the
20 Pearl River, Miaaiasippi: Hougo Document Numbered OQ-
21     282, at an estimated coat of $310,000;
22                    LOWER Miaoisoirn HIVER DADTN
23          The project for Greenville. Harbor, Greenville, Miaaiu
24 aippi; S nnto Pooumpnt Nninbcrod 03-                 , at nn octimatod
25 coat of $300,000.

                                   771
    1        Tho project for flood protection for tho coot bank of
    2 --.-.the-3Hs3igsip.pl-. River,. Warren U> Wilkinson Counties, Mis-
    3 gissippi (Natchcs area) ; House Document Numbered 93
    4 148, at an estmated cost of $150,000.
    5                          TEE DEE RIVER BAQIST

    6        The project for flood control and other purpOBca on
    7 Roaring River Reservoir, North Carolina i in accordance
    8 with the recommendations of the Secretary of the Army in

I   9 hie report dated April 12, 1971, on tho Development of
10 Water Resources in Appalachia, at an estimated cost of
11 $100,000.
12                           AXTAKATTA HIVER TUpIX

13           The project for flood control and other purposes at
14 Curry Creek RcGorvoir, Georgia: in accordance with the
15 recommendations of the Secretary of the Army in his report


I       dcii£{i -&. or* i JL-^ 5 JLy i Ay^ on i-nc JL/cvciopnicrit 01 vv<itcr JL\C~
        SOlirCCS^Hl JVppfllaClJ'rtj <IL <ill CSLllnftliCCl COSl OI tJjJLxH/jvwv*

18                               C006A KIVE1? BASIN

19           Tho projoot for flood control and otlicr purposes at Pal
20 ton Bcfiorvoir, Connsaugft-JRiver, Georgia: 1 in aooordnnoc
                                                                             *
21 with tho reooniniondntionti uf tho Soorotary of tho Army in
22 -his report dated April 12, 1071, un the Development of
23 Wiitor lU'Muurot'rt 'n> Appiilnchiu. at in> t'tilimntod oor.t of
24 $1.40,000.


                                            772
                                          4
                           OTJAJALTJPE IHVEK BA8IX

          The project for flood control and other purposes on the
     JLFicLIlCO JttlVCi clt v/lOJ/vvil v^f Ooolll^j JL \5Jvclo • ^jCjCOuots JL/iM/UHlvUv


 4 Numbered 99-304, at an estimated cost of $177,
 5                           ARKAKQAO IKYBK DABIN'

 6         The project for flood protection and other purposco on
 7 -the Arkansas River and tributaries above John Martin Dam,
 8 Colorado i House Document Numbered 93 143, at an cati
 9 mated coat of $1;UO,000.                                                                M
10                             sriaxo itn'ER JAOIN
11        Tho project for flood .control and other purposes on
12 Center Creek near Joplin, Missouri : House Document Num-
13 bcrcd 93 361, at an cotimatcd coat of 8150,000.
14                           COLUMBIA BIVER BAfilX

15        The project for installation of power generating faoili-
16 tics at the Libb}* Rcrcgiilnting Dam, Kootcnai River, Mon
17 tan»: Senate Document Numbered 98 29, at an catimatcit
18 cost of $10,000.
19        SEO. 102. Sections 201 nnd 302 and the last three sen
20 tonccs in section 203 of tlve flood Cofttrol xict of 1968 shall
21 apply tu nil projects authoriiiud in tliia acotion. Tho following

22 wurka of impruvonicnt fur the benefit uf navigation and the-
23 -control of destructive flootlwatcra and utlicr purpuacs arc-
24 lioreby adopted nnd nutliorixcd (o bo proaucutcd by tlic See
23 rctary of the Army, acting Ilirough tlic Cliicf of Engineers, in

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                                      5
    1    aooordanoo with tho plans and aubjcct to the oonditiona rco
    2    ommondod by tho Chief of Engineers in the rcopcotivc re
    3 porto hereinafter dcGignatcd.
    4                   — DELAWAKD BITER DAOIK

    5      -The project for local flood protection on Wabash Crook,
    6 Borough of Tamaqua, Pcnn3}Tlvanift: In accordance with
    7    the recommendations of the Secretary of tho Army in his



i
     8 report dated April 13, 1071, on the Development of Water
     9 Resources in Appalnchin, at nn estimated cost of $2,855,000.
    10                 -enABLEa BTVER WATERSHED
    11       The project for flood control nnd other purposes in the
    12 Charles River Watershed, Massachusetts: Report of the Chief
    13 of Engineers dated December 6, 1072, nt an cstimntcd cost
    14   of87,810,OQOr
    15                irrrEri aaooiOGirn RIVER BAOIK


i   16       The project for flooc* control nnd other purpoacs at-
    17 Prairie du Chicn, Wisconsin: Report of the Chief of Engi
    18 noord dated February 9, 1972, nt nn ootimated ooot of

    19 ^1,640,000.
    20     —SEC. 108. The Went Tcnnosjcc tributnrioG feature, Mio
    21 3i3sippi Kivcr nnd Tribntnrioa project (Obion nnd Forked
    22 Peer Rivera), Tcnnc.33cc, authorised by the Flood Control
    23 A.ct8 approved June 80, 1918, and yovcmbor 7, 1066. na
    24 amended and modified, in licrobj- further nmondod c«bstan
    25—ttfttly-4R-ft€6eRlftnoo witli tl^e rccoiTinicndntiona of the C'liicf


                                     7 74
 1 of Engineers in House Document Numbered 02 367, at an
 2 ootimatcd coat of $6,600,000.
 3       SBC. 104. The project for beach erosion control on Ediz
 4
     Hook at Port Angclca, Washington, 13 authorized oubstan—
 5 tially in accordance with tho recommendations of the Chief
 6 of Enginccra in Houoc Document Numbered OS 101, at an
 7
     eatimatcd cost of $4,558,000. The Secretory of the Army,
 8 acting through the Chief of Engineer 13 autborisscd to under
 9 take, in connection with such projoot, such emergency in-
10 tcrim measures ns may be necessary to prevent the breaching
11 of Edig Hook prior to construction of the authorized project.
12
         SEC. 105. The Secretary of the Army, acting through
13 the Chief of EnginocrG, is authorized and directed to remove •
14 from Mnnistcc Harbor, Michigan, the sunken steamer Glen.
15       SEC. IOC. Section 103 of the River and"Harbor Act of
16 1970 is amended to read as follows;
17     - "Sue. 108. Tho cost of operation and maintenance of the
18 -general navigation -features of email bont harbor prujooto
19 ahnll 'bo borne by the United tSntcj. Thia section jhrtll apply
20 to an)' siicli projoot authorised (A) under section 201 of
21 the Flood Control Act of 1965, (B) under section 107 of
22 the River and Harbor Act of I960, (C) between January
23 1, 1070, and December 81, 1070, under authority of thu
24 . Acl'j and to projects hcrctofoiv anthoriaod in nifcxmhnico witli
2n tho policy not forth in flic preceding ijciitcncu nud tu nucli

                               775
                                    7
     1 projects authorized in this Aot or whiob. arc hereafter
     2   authorigod."
     3       SBC. 107. (a) Sootion 116 (a), of tho River and Harbor
     4 Aot of 1070 (Public Law 01 611) io amondod by inoorting
     5 -before the period the following: ", and thcrcnftcr to maintain-
     6 such channel free of such trees, roots, dobris, and objccte".
     7
             (b) Section 116 (c) of the River and Harbor Aot of
     8



i
         1970 (Public Law 91 611) i8 amended by inserting before
     9 the period the following: "to clear the channol, and not to
    10 exceed $150,000 each fisi year thereafter to maintain
    11 -such channel".
    12       SBC. 108. The Secretary of the Army, acting through
    13 - the Chief of Engineers, is authorized to operate and maintain
    14 -the 6an Francisco Bay-Delta Model in Sausalito, California,
    15 (or the purpose of testing propoaala affecting the environ


i   16 mental quality of tho region, including, but not limited to,
    17 salinity intrusion, dispersion of pollutants, water quality, im-
    18 provomonto for navigation, dredging, bay fill, physical otruo
    19 .tures, and other shoreline ohanges -whioh might nffoot tho
    20 • regimen of the bay delta waters.—
    21       SEC. 100. The requirement in any water resources (level-
    22 opmont project under the jurisdiction of the- Secretary of the
    2& Army, that non Federal intcrcsta hold and save the United
    24 Stntca free from damages due to the conotruotion, operation,
    25 -and maintenance of the project, doc8 not include damages due-

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                                        8
 1 to the fault or negligence of the United States or itg con
 2 traotoro.
 3         SEC. 110; The McClclltm Kcrr Arkansas River naviga
 4 tion system, authorized by the Act entitled "An Aot au—
 5 thorizing the construction of certain public worko on rivcro
 6 and harbors for flood control, and for other purpocos", ap
 7 proved Juno 28, 1938 (63 Stat. 1315), as amended and
 8 cupplomontod, ic hereby further modified to include alteration
 9 at Federal expense of the municipal water supply facilities of                         B
10 the city of Conwoy, ArlianoaG, by the construction of wator
11 supply impoundment facilities «t-ft location outside the-flat-
j-4   imifu, ^Fidiii UI V^o.mwii "TjrCCltj tv/^yCtllCi   AVILIl   lliLx/*\^OIlIlCCt!'mK

13 pipolino and other appurtenant work, so that the water
14 supply capacity of tbo rocultant municipal facilities is ap-
15 . proximately equivalent to that existing prior to construction
16 of the navigation systemi
17         SEC. 111. (a) Tho Secretory of tho Army ic horoby au
18 thorizod and directed to ofliisc survoys to bo made at the
                                                                                          i
19 following looatioiiB for flood control and allied purpoacg,
20 and subject to all applicable provisions of section 317 of
21 the Flood Control Act of 1070 (Public Law 91-611) ;
22         Snn Luis Obispo County, California.—
23         East Two Rivera between Tower,
24 milion Lake.


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                                      9
     1       Buffalo River Bnsin, New York- {wastewatcr manage •
     2 mcnt atndy).
     3      -£«&> BInnoo Crock and Cibolo Crook, at and in tho
     4 vicinity of Falfurriaa, Texas.
     5        (b) The Secretary of the Army is hereby authorigod
     6 and directed to cause survey»-te fee-made at tho following
     7 locations and subject to all- applicable provisions of section
     8   110 of the River and Harbor Act of 1050;

I    9
    10
                • Miami River, Florida, with a view-te-determining
             the feasibility nnd adviaability of dredging the river in
    11       the interest of water quality.
    12           Port Las Mnroas, Puerto Rico, with Q view to dc
    13       tormining the feasibility nnd advisability of assumption
    14    —of maintenance of the project by tho Unitod Statoc.
    15        —Saint Marys River at, and-in-thc vicinity of, Sflult


I   16
    17
           —Saintc Marie, Michigan, with n -^vicw to determining
          —the advisability of developing a deep draft navigation
    18    —harbor and international port.—
    19    —SEC. 112. (a) As soon as practicable after the date of
    20   enactment of this section nnd nt least once each year thcrt-
    21 after, the Secretary of the Army, acting through tho Chiof
    22 -of Enginccra, ahnll review and submit--to-Congress-a-list of
    23 -those authoriged-}niojeots for works of improvement of rivora
    24 -Attd-hftrbor* and other waterways for navigation, beaclt oro-
    25 -sion, flood control,- 4m4~-other purposes which havo.boen

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                                 10
 1 authorized for a period of at least eight years and which ho
 2 -dotorminoB, after appropriate review, should no longer be
 3 -outhoriajod. Eaoh project QO listed shall bc-accompanicd by
 4 the recommendation of the Chief of Engineers together with
 5 his reasons for suck recommendation. Prior to the submission
 6 of auch liat to the Congrcso, the Secretary of tho Army, act
 7 -ing through the Chief of Engineers, shall obtain the viowa
 8 of interested Federal departments, agencies, and instnimon-
 9 "talkies, and of the Governor of each State wherein cuoh—
10 project would be located, which views shall—be-faFmohcd
11 within sixty days after-being requested -by-febe Secretory
12 and which shall accompany the list submitted to Congress.
13       (b) Such list shall be delivered to both Houcoc on tho
14 same day and to each House while it- is in session. A project -
15 on such list shall not be authorized at~the-end t>f the first
16 period of oa«-bundred-and eighty calendar day& ol-contitmous—
17 session of Congress after the date ouch list io dclivcrod to it
18 unloss-between the-date of deliver}' and the end of such one—
19 hundred and eighty day period, oithor tho Committoo on
20 Public Works of the House of Representatives or tho Cora—
21 mittee on Public Works of -the- Senato adopts a rocolution—
22 -stating that such project shall continue to be an authorigcd—
23 • project. For tho purposes of-this section continuity of sofisi^H-
24 io broken only by an adjournment of CongroGG oino dio, and
25 the days on which either-HOUBO ie not in session boonuoo of

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                                   11
    1 an adjournment of more than three days to a day certain are
    2 excluded in tho computation of the one hundred and eighty-
     3 day period. The provisions of thia section shall not apply
    4 to any project contained in a list of projecto submitted to
     5 tho Congress within one hundred and eighty days preceding
     6 -&e date of adjournment ainc die of any acsaion of Congrcaa.
     7       (c) Nothing in this 3cction shall be conotruod so QG to
     8 preclude the Secretary from withdrawing any project or

s    9 proiccts from such li?t nt any tim£ T?rior to tlio final <^fly

    10 of the period providod-Jor in-s»bsection (b).
    H        (d) Thio section shnll not be applicable to any-project
    12
         which hae been included in n resolution adopted piireuant,
    13 to subsection (b).

    14       ,(o) Tho Secretary -of-th€>-^A.rmy? acting tlirough the
    15 - Chief of Engineers, shall, on request by resolution of the


s   16 Committee on Public Works of the -Senate w4lw Committee
    17 - on PuUli£-4£oriis of t4ie Houeo of Representatives, review
    18 authorised projects for inclusion in tho list of projects pro—
    19 vi'ded for in subeoction- (a) of4lHS-«ec4i{Mi. K any projeet-
    20 so reviewed is not included in any of Hie firat throe lists
    21 submitted to the Congress after the dale of tho resolution
    22 directing the review of the prnjeet, ft ye^wrt on the review
    23 together with the reasons for not rocoiiiiuomling dcauthorisrt-
    24 tion. shfill be submitted to tho Ooinrniitoo^ on Public ^Vork*8
    25 of the Sonatc nnd -House of Eo-presentfllivej; not Inter tlmn

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 1 the date of the third list submitted to Gongrcoo after the date
 2 of snob rcoolution.
 3       SEC. 113. Section 307 (c) of the Flood Control Aot of
 4 1060 (38 U.S.C. 701r l(c)) 13 hereby amended to read as
 5 follows!
 6       "(o) For water resources projcoto to be constructed
 7 in the future, when the taking by the Federal Government
 8 of an existing public road noooositatos replacement, the sub
 9 stituto provided will, ns nearly as practicable, serve in the
10 same manner and reasonably as well ns the existing road.
11 The bond of the agency concerned ia authorized to oonctruct
12 -such oubstitutc roads to the design standards which the
13 State or owning political division would use in constructing
11 a now road under similar conditions of geography and-reider-
15 similar traffic loads (present nnd projected). In any oase
16 whore R Stntc or political subdiviaion thereof requests that
17 suoli n substitute rood bo constructed to n higher standard
18 than that provided for in the preceding provisions of thiG
19 8ubsootion, and pays, prior to commencement of suoh oon-
20 struotion, the ndditionnl costs involved due to guch higher
21 standard, such ngonoy licad ia authorised to conBtruct ouch
22 road to such higher ntnndnrd. rcdcrnl costs uniley-the- pro-
23 visions ofthis sul>S€Otie«-jjh«4H>e"}>ar4-of4he nonreimbursable
24 project oosts."
25      SEC. 111. The project for the Sandridgc Dam and Boo
                                    13
     1 -ervoii-j Ellioote -Greek, New York, for flood protection and
     2 other purposes as authorized by tbc Flood Control Act of
     3 4070, is hefebj* modified to authorize the Secretary of the
    4 Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, to undertake
     5 remedial flood -control -measures to alleviate flooding in
     6 the reach -between StaM-Road and Niagara Falls Boulevard
     7 that are compatible with4hediv€Fsion-channel plan contained
     8 in the report of the Distriet-Enginccrj -United States Ajmy

I    9 ^Engineer District, Buffalo, dated -Augusfc 1973, suck work b>
    10 -be subject to the items of local cooperation required for-simi-
    11 kr projoots and cuoh work to bo limited to areas downstream
    12 from Swccthomc Eoad in the town of Amhcrat, New York,
    13 and such other areas ns the Sccrcta^ may deem ncocssflty.
    14 The work authorized by this section shall be- compatible with
    15 the authorized project and tiny alternatives currently under
    16 ctudy pursuttnt to the Flood Control Act of 1070;
I   17       SEC. 115. The project for flood protection at Saint Louis^
    18 Miaaouri, nuthorizcd b}T the Aot of August 0, 1055 (09 Stat.
    19 640), is hereby modified to authorise the Secretary of tlte
    20 Army, noting through the Chief of Engineers, to rooonstFuet
    21 the existing service : nnd aoccas ronda nlong the line of pre-
    22 tcotion GO na to adequately onrry present nnd nntietpftteil
    23 traffic londs, nt nn ostiniRtod oost of $1,300,000. The «ondi-
    24 tions of loonl eooporntion rocoinnicndcd by tho Chief of En-
    25 ginccra in Senntc Boouincnt Numbered 57, Eighty fourth
                                14
 1 Congress, shall be applicable to the reconstructed access-
 2 roado. ffo appropriation for such reconstruction shall be
 3 authorized until the engineering plans have been submitted
 4 to the Committees on Public Worlio of the United States
 5 Senate and House of Representatives and approved by-
 6 resolution of such committees.
 7       SEC* 116. (ft) The comprehensive plan for flood control
 8 and other purposes in the White River Basin, as authorized
 9 by the Act of June 28, 1088 (52 Stat. 1215), and na modi         M
10 ficd nnd amended by subsequent Acts, is further modified to
11 provide for a free highway bridge built to modem standards
12 over the Norfork Eoscrvoir at an appropriate location in the
13 area where United States Highway 62 and ArkanGna State
14 Highway 10] werc-Huindntcd as n result of the construction
15 of the Norforh Dam nnd Reservoir. Suoli bridge shall be con
16 structod by the Chief of Engineers in accordance with such
17 plans as arc determined to be satisfactory by .the Secretary
18 of the Army to provide adequate crossing facilities. Prior to
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19 construction the Secretory of the Arnry, acting through the
20 Chief of Engineers, shall enter into an agreement with appro
21 printe non Federal interests ac determined by him, which
22 shall provide that after construction ouch non Federal in
23 frerests shall own, operate, and maintain auoh bridge;] <md-
24 approach facilities froo to the publie.
25       (b) The cool of constructing juch bridge flhall be borne

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     1   by the United States except that the State of Arkansas shall,
     2 upon completion of ouoh bridge, roimburoo tho United States
     3 the oum of $1,842,000 plus mtcrcBt for the period from
     4 May 30, 1048, to the date of the enactment of this Act. Such
     5 interest shall be computed at a rato determined by the See
     6 rotary of the Treasury to be equal to the average annaa!-
     7 rate on all interest bearing obligations of tho United States
     8 forming a part of the public debt on May 20, 1013, and ad

I    9 juotcd to the ncarcot one eighth of 1 per centum;
    10       SBC. 117. Tho projects for Molvorn Lake and Pomona
    11 Lake, Kanoao, authorized ao units of the comprehensive plan
    12 for flood control ftnd other purposes, Miocouri River Basin,
    13 by the Flood Control Act approved September 3, 1954, ftre
    14 hcrcb}1 modified to authorize the Secretary of the Army,
    15 acting through tho Chiof of Engineers, to improve surface


I   16 roads in the vicinity of such projects wbioh he determines
    17 to bb necessary for appropriate utilisation of such projects.
    18 The Federal share of tho work performed under this section
    19   tihall not exceed 70 per centum of the ooots of ouoh work.
    20 There is authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary not
    21 to exceed $500,000 to carry out this section-.
    22       SBO. 118. The project for Tuttlc Creek Rcacrvoir, Big
    23 Blue River, Kansas, authorised as a unit of the comprchcn-
    24 3ivc plan for flood control and other purpoaca, Missouri River
    25 Bnoin, by the Flood Control Act approved June 28, 1038,
                                   16
 1 Q3 modified, io hereby further modified to authorize the SCP
 2 rotary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers,
 3 in his discretion to improve that portion "of"FAS~1208 ex
 4 tending from the intcrecetion with Kansas State Highway
 5 13 in cootion 5, township 0 south, range 8 cnst, thcnoo north
 6 and west to the intersection with county road in aoction 11,
 7 township 8 aouth, range 7 caat, approximately 5.78 miloc.
 8 The Federal share of the work performed under this section
 9 shall not oxoood 70 per centum of the costs of ouoh work.
10 There is authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary not
11 to oxoood $600,000 to onrry out this acctioib
12       SEC. 110.    (a) The Secretary of the Army, acting
13 through the Chief of Enginccrj. u authorized and directed
14 to convey to the Andrew Jackson Lodge Numbered 5. Fra
15 tcrnal Order of Police, of XaAvillc, Tcnncjjcc (hcrcnftcr
16 in this section referred to as the "lodge"), all right, title,
17 and interest of the United Stated in and to that real property
18 consisting of thirt}^ eight aercs, more or lesa, which is located
19 within the Old Hickory lock and dam project nnd which is
20 presently loaned to the lodge under loaac numbered AA
21 10058 CIVENG 60 181, dated December 1, 1050.
22       (b) The coat of nny ourvoyo noooajniy QD nn
23 of the conveyance nufliorigcd by this ooction ahnll be
24 by the lodge.
25       (o) Title to the property nuthorix.od to bo convoyed

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                                        17
     1    by this section shnll revert, to the United States, which shall

     2 have tlio right of immediate entry thereon, if the lodge shall

     3 ovor use. or permit to be uacd, any part of nuoli property

     4    for any purpose other than as .» youth camp facility.

     5         (d) The conveyance nuthorixrd by this section shall bo

     6    made upon payment by the lodge to the Secretary of the

     7    Army of an amount of money equal to the fair market value

     8    of the property. The fair market value of suoh pro-pert) shall


f    9 be determined by an independent qualified appruiocr ao

    10 ooptflblc to both the Secretary of tho Army and the lodge.

    11 No conveyance may bo made pursuant to chis section after

    12    the close uf the twelfth mouth after the month in which this

    13 sootion is cnaotcd.

    U         SLC. 120. Section 310 of the Flood Control Act of 1070

    15    (81 Stat. 1821, 1829) in hereby amended by (1) inserting

    16    before (he- pcriud at the cud of the first sentence the follow

S   17 ing: ", at an cutinmtuJ cunt of 811,100,000" and                    (3)

    18 atriUing-out tho last sentence.

    19         SEC. 121. The project for flood protection on the MinnC'

    20    iiotn River a{ Munkato North Maiikato, Mimu'notn, mithor

    21    i/cocl by tho Flood Control Ao( of I0o8 and modified by

    22    tiuution 207 of the Flood Control Act of 10(io, in hereby

    23    I'urthor -modifind to million/A-. Ihc Soc'.rotary of the- Army,

    24    <K-'ting t-linmgh thu Chiol' of ICngiiiuurij, lo ivinibuioc. the oity

    25    of Mimkntu for local w.Ai, incurred in rolixsiting thai ])urtion

        H.R.10203—-2
                                         /ob
                                 18
 1   of the existing -Mankato interceptor sewer extending approx

 2   iinntol}' one thousand 3ix hundred feet upstream and ono

 3   thousand five hundred foot- downstronm of the Warren Creefc-

 4   Pumping Station, provided the relocated interceptor SOWDT

 5   is designed and constructed in n mnnncr which tho Secretary

 6   of the Anrry determines 13 full}7 adequate to serve the project-

 7   piirposo.

 8       SEC. 133.     (a)—The Secretary of the Army, acting

 9   through the Chief of Enginccrg, is authorized to cooperate

10 with any State in the preparation of comprehensive plans-far

11   tho development, utilisation, and conservation of tho wntep
12 and related resources of drainage basins located within the

13 bottfldftries of such States a«d- te~submit to Congress roports-

14 and rooommondnt-ions witli reject, to appropriate Federal

15 -participation in oanying out fiiicli plans.-

16     -f^—There is mithoiixcd t-o bo. appropriated nofr to ex-

17 coed §2.000,000 nnnually to carry out the provitiioiiM of

18 tliis soot-ion except that not more than $300,000 shall l>c

19 expended in any one year in nny one State.

20       SEO. 133. Socsion 123 of the River and Harbor Act-of-

21   1£70 (81 Stat. 1818,1823) ic horoby nmondod by adding at.

22 the end of Biibocption (d) of auch acetion QIC following: "In

23 tho event such findings occur after the appropriate HOU-

21 P^deml tiriorosi. or-intorosts have-entered into (he ngreoniontr

25 roquir<'d4y ^ !)iicction ( o ) , any payment!; dim after tr

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     1   of such findings as part of the required local oontribution of

     2 -25 per centum of tho oefistniotion costs shall be waived by
     3 tho Secretary of the Army/'.

    4        SEC. 121. The Secretary of the Army, acting through

     5   the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to make
                                                  s

     6   n oomplctc atudy of the items of local cooperation involving

     7 hold and save harmless provisions which have been rc-

     8   quired for water resources development projects under hie

t    9 jurisdiction, and his reasons for such rcquiromcntG, and to
    10 report thereon to the Congress not Inter than June 30,

    11 1975, together with recommendations aa to those items

    12 of local cooperation which should appropriately bo required

    13 for various typos of wntcr resources development projects.

    14       SEC. 125. The Secretary of the Arnry, acting through

    15 the Chief of Engineers, u authorized nnd directed to study


t   1C land use practices nnd recreational uses at wator resource

    17 development projects under his jurisdiction, and to report

    18 thereon to the Congress not Inter thnn June 80, 1075, with

    19   rccommondationa as to the boat use of such lands for outdoor

    20 -furcation, fish—md—wildlife -enhancement,—nnd          related

    21 purposes-.
    22       Sue. 136. Section 208 of tho Flood Control Acl of 1054-

    23   (68 Slat. 1256, 1266) is hereby amended by r.trikfog-oul-
    24   "$2,000,000" nnd inserting in lieu (hereof "$6,000,000",
                                     20
 1   and b strikin-out "SlOQ.OOO" and inacrting in lieu thereof
                 e«'
                  >,

 3        SEC. 127. Section 14 of tile Act aprovcd July 31, 1016

 4    (60 Stat. 653), is hereby .amended by striking out "$1,000,

 5 000" and inserting in lieu thereof "85,000,000", by inGort

 6 ing after the wordo "public yorlco," "churchcD, hospitals,

 7 jchoola, nnd other nonprofit public oorviocs," and by striking

 8 out "$50,000" and inserting in lieu thereof "$250,000".

 9        SEC. 138. The Secretary of the-Army, noting through                   V

10 (he Chief of Engineers, is authorized nnd directed to im.

11 prove • purimotor access nt Lake Toxomii, Tcxna nnd Okla

12 homn, utili/ring existing roiuL-to the extent fcnsiblc. There is

13 authorized to be • appropriated not to exceed $3,000,000 to

14 cany out this section-.

15        SEC. 120. The Act entitled "An Act authorising the city

16 of Euck liilnnd, Illinoitt, or ita iiiiiaigiiii. to ooiiijlruot, mnintnin,

17 nnd operate n toll bridgf noroiju tlic Ali^i^aippi Eivcr nt. or              S
18 nenr Rock I&lnnd, Illinois, nnd ti> n p'lncc nt or ncnr the city

19 of Dnvcnport, Town", upprovod--March 18, 1038 -(52 Stnt.

20   H O ) , is nnuinclod—

21              (1) 'by 'inacrting nftcr. "(o ro.consfruoi, cnlnrgc, nnd

22        extend (he appronchc.j" in aubncotion - (b) of the fir.it

23        sod ion (ho following: " (indiHling Ilic- c'lintcni npproadt-

24        in Kock Jjlnnd, Illinoia) ",
25              ('2) by in.scrling nl'lcr "npproncilioii" in nnbnoolion
                                      21
     1        (e) of the-first section the following: "(other thnn the

     2       oactorn approach in Rook Island, Illinois)", and

     3             (8) by inserting at flic end of siibscction (o) of the

     4    first   section the following: "The reconstruction, enlarge

     5       jnont. nnd extension of the eastern approach in Eock

     6       Islnnd, Illinois, to such bridge pursuant to subsection (b)

     7        of this section shall bo commenced not Inter thnn Dcoom



t
     8       bcr 1, 1971. nnd olinll be completed before December 1,

     9        1977.".

    10       SEC. 130. The project for enlargement of Lavon Rcscr

    11 voir on the Emit Fork of tlio Trinity .Elver, Texas, fluthorigcd

    12 by tbo Flood Control^Act of 1062, is hereby modified to

    13 authorize the Secretory of the Arm}-, acting through the

    14   Chief of Engineers, to provide n crooking nnd approaches nt

    15 Tickoy Creek nnd auitnljlc inirfncing to permit all wcntbcr


t   16 use of Collin Count)' Eoad 115, nt a cost not to oxcccd
    17 $600,000.

    18       SEC. 131. The project for the AHniitio conat of Long

    19 Island, Five liilnnd Inlet to Montnuk Point, New York, nu

    20   thoriacd in iicetion 101 of the River and Harbor Act. of

    21   10GO, in hereby modified to provide that non Fcdcrnl in

    22 -tcroata shall -(^} -contrihute-O^-pef-ee^Hu of the firjt cojf
    23   of (ho project, inoUuling Iho vuluu of kndii. cni.pinontii, and-

    24 yiglil.'j-of way; (2) hold nnd iiiivc thfc Uiiifod Slulnj free front

    25   dnmngOij duo (o the uonblniciitui wovk-i; and (0) innintnm

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                                 22
 1 nnd operate the improvements in accordance with rcgirifttions

 2 prescribed- by the Secretary of the Army.

 3         Sec—13 3-Tbc Scoretfiry-of thc-Arnrjv acting through

 4 the Chief of Enginecra, is hereby authorized nnd directed 4e

 5   fl)   make an- intensive evaluation of streambank -erosion

 6 along the Oliio River, with ^ view to ileteHsiHing--whether

 7 bnnk protection works should be provided nt tliis time; (2)

 8 develop and evaluate new methods nnd techniques for bunk

 9 protection, conduct research on soil stability, identify the

10 causes of erosion, and recommend mcaim for prevention mid

11 eorrcction-of the problems; (3) report to Congress the re

12 suits of the studies together with his recommendation^ JR-eeH-

13 noction there with; and (i) undertake mcnmiroii to construct

14 and ovnlunto donionatrntion projects no determined by tlic

15 Chief of Engineers.

16         (b) Prior to construction of nny projects under       4>-

17 section (n) non ITodcral inrorctits tilinll agree that thoj' will

18 provide without cost to the United Stfttes-lrtyHls,-eftsenient^

19 and rights of wny noccri.-jnry for eonstruetio» ftnd-si^sexjuent

20 operation of (ho project a; hold nnd save the United States

21 free from dninngos due to construction, opoiutiun, and imin-

22 tcnancc of the projects; niul operate-tH\d ji»rtinteiH-ri»e- proj-
23 eots upon complotioyh
24         (c) There ia nuthorixcd io bo npproprinted-not-4o-ex-

25 -oocd $10,000,000 for the purpo.ion of tliin 5octi(HV.

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                                    23
    1        SEC. 183. The flood control project for th'> Scieto River,
    2 Ohio, nutliorizcd by section 303 of the Flood Control Act of
    3 1962pas modified, is hereby fitrthcf modified (1) to permit
    4 the construction of locftl-protectioft -works at-Qhillieothe,
     5 Ohio, prior to commencement of conGtruction of the Mill
     6 Creek Reservoir, and (2) to permit the plan for auch works
     7 to be revised by the Chief of Engineers 90 ns to provide a-



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     & degree of protection substantially equivalent to that provided
     9 -by-the-pFojecfe-as-erigiHaHy-attthorissed:
    10       SEC. 131. The project for Ncwburgh lock nnd dnm, nu-
    11 thorixcd under authority of section 6 of the River and Harbor
    12 Act approved March 3, 1000, is hereby modified to direct
    13 the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of
    14 Engineers, to perform bank protection works along the Ohie
    15 River nt jScwburgh, Indiana. Prior to construction, non-


t   16 Federal interests shall agroo that they will provide without
    17 cost to the United States lands, casements, and rights-of-way
    18 necessary for construction nnd subsequent operation of tlic
    19 works; hold and snve tlic United States free -from-damages
    20 duo to construction, operation, and niflinteiiftneo of-tJ>e-woyks,
    21 -and operate nnd maintain tlic works upon completion.
    22       SEC. 136. The project for flood control nnd improve
    23 mcnt of the lower Mississippi River, ndoptcd by tlic-Aet of
    24 May 15, 1038 (15 Slat. 581), n.q amended and modified, ia
    25 hereby further nniundcd to author'iHC tlic Secretory of-the
 1   Army, noting through the Chief of Engineers, to undertake

 2   K demonstration pilot study program of bank stabilisation on

 3   the delta and-hiil areas of the Yoaoo River Basin, MissiiJMippi-.

 4   substantially in ncoordnncc with the recommendations of the

 5   Chief of Engineers in his report dated September 33. 1072.

 6   at nn estimated cost of $0,500,000.

 7        SEC. 136. Section 233 of the Flood Control Act of 1070

 8   (Public Law 01 611) is amended by inserting nt the end

 9   thereof the following; "The tSccrctnry may alau provide fur

10   the cost of construction of n two Innc, nil weather paved

11 -Feed—(including appropriate two lone bridges)—extending

12 from Old United States Highway 10. near Weimar ncross

13 the Xortli Fork and Middle Fork of the American River to

14 the Eldorado County Bond new Spanish Pry Piggingj, aub-

15 stnntially in accordance witJi the report of the Sec-rotary en

16 titled, Replacement Allcrnntivc Upatrcnm Road Sy!.itcrn,

17 Auburn Eoncrvoir June 1070'."                ._

18       SEC. 137. The Bocrc-tary of the Army, noting through

19   the-Chief-of Engineers, is nnthorixcd and directed {<>• review

20   tlic requirements of lootil cooporntion for the >Santa      Cim

21 TTnrbor project, Snntn C'ru/i, Cnlifornin, authoriy.ed by Hie

22 ft+ver HIM! H«rb<H'-A-et~et 1058, with imrtumliH" rcfcrciu-c' k»

23 Fodorrtl nnd non Fcdornl eont shnrmg, nnd to report llu-

24 findings of nnoli review to Congrwii witliin oiu- yt-nr nfler
25 tlio (Into of onnelinonl of thin nootioiii

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                                    25
     1       SEC. 138. The Secretary of the Army, acting through

     2 the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to review

     3 the requirements of locnl cooperation for the project for

     4 Anaheim Bay, California, authorized by the River and Har

     5 bor Act of 1951 for Scnl Beach,. California, with particular

     6 roforcnce-to-JFederal-and non-Federal cost sharing, and to

     7 report-the-findings-ef-sttek review-to Congress within one



t
     8 year after the date of enactment of this section.

     9       SEC. 180. The Secretary of the Army, acting through the

    10 Chief of Engineers, is- autborieod and directed to undertake

    11 [»uoh emergency bank stabilization works as arc necessary-to-

    12 protect the Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton, South Dnkota,

    13 from damagOG caused by bftnk erosion downstream of Gavins

    14 Point Bum, Missouri River.
    15       SEC. 110. The project for navigation at Port Snn Luio,


e   16 Snn Luio Obinpo Hnrbor, California, nuthoriEcd by the Elver

    17 and Harbor Act of 1065,. Public Lav 80 298, ia hereby

    18 -modified to Authorize the Secretary of the Army, acting

    19 through the Chief of Engineers, to accept in annual install

    20 ments during the period of construction tho required locnl

    21 intcreat'ti share uf the cost of constructing the general mwign

    22 tion features of such project.

    23       SEC. 111.   (a) The. Secretary of the Army, acting-

    24   through the Chief of Engineers, • is authorised and directed to

    25 malic a detailed study and report of the total bcncfite-awl

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                                26
 1   costs attributable to the water rcaourcca development proj-

 2   ooto undertaken in the Ohio River Ba3in by the-€eFps-ef

 3 Engineers. The evaluation of benefits and~oosts attributable

 4 to such projects shall include consideration of the onbance-

 5 mont of regional economic development, quality of the total

 6 environment, the well-being of the people, and the national

 7 -economic development.

 8       -(b) The Secretory, acting through the Chief of Engi-

 9 noors, shall report the finding of such study to Congress

10 within two years after funds arc made available to initiato-

11 the study.

12       {e)—There is authorized to bo appropriatfed to the

13 Secretary not to exceed $2,000.000 to carry out thiG ocction^

14       SEC. 113. The comprehensive plan for flood control and

15 other purposes in the Missouri River Basin authorized b3T the

16 Flood Control Act of June 28,1038. ns nmcndcd and supple-

17 montod, is further modified to provide for emergency bank

18 stabilisation works in tlmt roacli of tlic Missouri Bivcr be-

19 twocn Fort Enndnll Dnm, South Dftkotd, nnd Sioux City:.

20 Town, an determined to be noco^ary by the Secretary of tho

21 Army?-acting-through tho Chief of Engineers. Such deterini-

22 nation slmll bo mndc in cooperation with the Governor^ of

23 SowUi Dftkotti, Nebraska, and Io»va with rogitrd to-fmer-Uy-
2i   o^ loontioRfr4^1)o protected mul tlio nature of the prutoutive

25 -works-Prior i-o the construction of any workd nndor tlris-sub-

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                                   27
                              -interests shall agree that-they-will-
     2 provide without cost lo the United States lands,-€asement&,
                                                 T>


     3 and rights-of-wa}' necessary for construction end-subsequent
     4 operation of the works; hold and save the United States
     5 froo from damages due to construction, operation, and main-
     6 tonanoc of flic works; and operate and maintoin the works
     7 upon completion.
     8       (b) The Secretary of tho Army, acting through-the

t    9 Chief of Engineers, is hereby authorized and directed to {1-)
    10 make an intensive evaluation of gtrcambank erosion along the
    11 Missouri River between Tort Randall Dam, South Dakota,
    12 and Sioux City, Iowa, with n view to determining whether
    13 additional bank protection works should bo provided at this
    14 time;—(£)—develop and evaluate new methods and tcch-
    15 -niqucg -for bank protection, conduct research on soil stnbil


t   16 it-y,-identify the causes of crouion, and recommend moans for-
    17 prevention nhd correction of the-problems, and (3) report
    18 to the Congress the rcsulta of.the studies together with 4ws
    19 recommendations in connoc4ion therewith-.

    20       (o) There ia-nuthorixcd to be appropriated not-to exr-
    21 -cood $8,000,000 for the purpojcj of this ao.etioR-.
    22      SEC. 113.. Any proposed rund to the Zilpo Bcorcation
    23 Area bhull not bo oonatruotod under the Onve E»n Lake
    24 projool in Kentucky authorised by ihc Flood Control- A^ts
    25 -approved Juno 92, J03G. and Juno 28, .1038,

                                    •-! (\ I'*
                                     < JJb
                               28
 1 io n full opportunity for public review and comment on
 2 the environmental impnct statement pertaining to any such
 3 proposed road.
 4      SEC. 111.   (a) Subject to the proviGions of subsection-
 5   (b) of this soction, the Soorotnry of the Army-is authorized
 6 and directed to convey to the Mountrail County Park Com
 7 micoion of Mountrail County, North. Dakota, all rights, title,
 8 and interact of tho United States in and to the following
 9 dbcoribpdfcrnctcof land:-                                        K
10                       TRACT NUMBER 1

11      All of tho land whioh lies landward of a line, which
12 lino is 300 loot above and measured horizontally from
13 contour elevation 1,860 moan seal level of old Van Hook
14. Village in the northwest quarter of section 32, town-ship
15 153, rango 01 woct of the fifth guide meridian.
16

17
                         TRACT NUMBER fl

        All of the land which lico landward of a lino which
18 line -in 800 feet above and moaourcd horizontally from
                                                                    t
19 contour olovntion 1,850 menu sea level of Olson's first ad
20 <Htion, part of tho southwest quarter of section 30, town-
21 ship 153, rango 01 west of the fifth guide meridian-.
22                       TRACT XUMBEB 3

23      Hodgo'n first addition, part of the northeast quartor-ef-
24 section 33, township 153, rango 01, woet of tho fifth-gukfo
25 -meridian.

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     1       (b) (1) The conveyance of ouch portion of the Jandj
     2 dcoeribcd in subsection (a) aa is being used by the yor-tb-
     3 Dakota State Game and Fish Deportment for wildlife imm-
     4 Qgcmcnt purposes shall not bcoomc effective until the tcrmi-
     5 nation of the license granted to such department for such use
     6 either in accordance with Us original terms on October 31,
     7 .1980,-or at any time prior -thereto



t
     8       (3) The lands convoyed pursuant to this sootion shall bo
     9 used by the Mountrail County Pork Commission, Mountrail
    10 County1, North Dakota, solely for public park and reerett-
    11 tional purposes, and if suoh lands nro over used for any othor
    12 purpose,, title thereto shall revert to, and become the proper-
    13 ty of, the United States which shall have the right of im-
    14 mediate entry thereof.
    15       (3) The conveyance authorized by this section shall be


t   16 subject to such othor terms nnd conditions ns tho Soorctary
    17 of tho Army dooms to bo in tho public interest.
    18       (o) The Mountrail County Park Commission shall pay
    19 the costs of suoh surveys as may bo necessary to detormine-
    20 the oxnot legal description of the lands to be oonvcyod nnd
    21 such sums as may be fixed by the Secretary of the Army to
    22 compensate the United States for- its administrative expenses
    23 in connection with the conveyance of suoh lands, which sum
    24 shall—be covered—mte—the Treasury -fate- miscellaneous
    25 oxponcoc.

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                                 30
 1       SEO. 115. (a) Section 252 of tho Disaster Relief Act of
 2 1970 (Public Law 91 606, 81 Stat. 1757) is amcnded-ky
 3 adding at the end thereof tho following:
 4       "(d)   For tho purposes of this soction, "not cost' and
 5 'net costs' of repairing, restoring, reconstructing, or roplac-
 6 ing any such facility shall include tho costs actually incurred
 7 in replacing tho facility's services with services from othor
 8 sources during the period of repair, restoration, reoonstrae-
 9 tion, or roplncomont of such facility, to tho extent such costs    V
10 exceed the oesto which would 1mvo boon incurred inprovid-
11 ing ciich sorvicoG but for tho disaster."
12       (b) The amondmont made by section (a) of this soction
13 shall tnko effect as of August 1,1969.
14       SEC. 116. The1 Secretary of the Army, noting through
15 the Chief of Engineers, 4s authorized to-amend the contract
16 between the city of Aberdeen, Washington, and tho United
17 States for uco of otorngo cpaoo in tho Wynooohco Dam nnd-
18 Lake on the Wynooohce Eiver, Washington, for municipal
                                                                      t
19 nnd industrial water supply purposes. Such amended con-
20 tract shall provide that the coots allocated to present demand
21 water supply, shall bo ropnid over a poviod of fifty years nftor
22 tho project is first used for the storage of water for water
23 supply purposes. The-first annual payment fihflll be-a mmi-
24 mum of 0.2 per cent inn of the totnl amount to be repa-. .1.
25 The nnnunl paymonte shall bo incrcaeed by 0.3 per oenttim

                               79!)
                                    3-1
     1 each j'oar until the tenth year at which time the payment
     2 shall be 2 por contain of tho total initial amount to be repaid.
     3 Subsequent annual payments for tho balance of forty years
     4 shall bo one-fortieth of tho bnlanoo remaining after the tenth
     5 annual payment.
     6        -Ssc. 147. Tho project for Wynoochoe Dam »nd Lake,
     7 \yynooohoo Bivor, Washington, authorized by tho Flood



t
     8 -Control Act approved October 23, 1962 (76 Stnt. 1103),
     9 is hereby modified to provide that the Secretary of the Army-,
    10 acting through the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and
    11 directed to trtmofcr to the State of Washington, na a part of
    12 project oostc, nn amount not to exceed $696,000 for con-
    13 struotion of fish hatchery facilities for prevention of losses
    14 of natural spawning nrcns for nnndromous trout occasioned
    15 by project construction.


s   16,
    17
              SEC. 118. Section 7 of the River-Basin-Menetery A«-
          thorizntion and Miaccllnncoua Civil Works Amendment Act
    18 of 1970 .(8-1 Stat. 310) \u hereby amended to read nr. follows:
    19        "SEC. 7. That the project, for Libby Dnm, Kootcnfti
    20
          River, Montana, is hereby modified to-ywicle- -that- -Am<ls
    21 available for such project, in nn amount not to exceed
    22 $4,000,000 may bo used in the construction of fish hatchery
    23 facilities and tho performance of related services, for prcvcH-
    24 tioH of fish losses occasioned by the project', in a manner



                                          800
                                32
 1 doomed appropriate by the Secretary of the Army, acting
 2 -through the Chief of Enginccro."
 3       Siso. 119.   (a) The project for Libby Dam, Kootcnai
 4 River, Montana, authorized by the Flood Control Act ap
 5 proved May 17, 1050 (61 Stat. 170),-is hereby modified
 6 to provide that tho Secretary of the Army, acting through
 7 -the Chief of Engineers, is authorized to acquire not moro
 8 -than twelve thousand acres of. land for tho prevention of
 9 ^wildlife grazing IOSGCG caused by the project.
10       (b) The Secretary is further authorized nnd directed to
11 convey without monetary consideration, to the State of Mon
12 tana all right, title, nnd interest of the United States in the
13 land acquired under subsection (a)7 for use for wildlife
14 -grazing purposes.-"""ho deed of conveyance shall-provide-that-
15 tho land shall revert-to the United States in the event it over
16 ceases to bo used for wildlife grazing purposes.
17       (c) Thoro is authorised to bo appropriated not to exceed
18 $3,000,000 to carry out the provioiono of this acction.
                                                                     t
19       SBC. 150. Tho project for Libby Dam (Lake Koocn
20 musa), Montana, authorized by the Flood Control Act np
21 proved May 17, 1950 (61 Stot. 170),"is hereby modified to
22 proviuo that tho Secretary of the Army, acting through the
23 Chief of Engineers, is authorised to roimhurao Boundar3T
24 County, Idaho, for the cost incurred to elevate, roWntc, or
25 reconstruct the bridge, located at tho mouth of Doop Crook nti

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                                             33
     1     it join.v the Kootcnai River, made necessary by the duration

     2     uf higher ilowi. during-drawdown oprations at Libby Pain.

     3     There-is authorized to bo appropriated not to exceed •S3QQ--

     4    000 for the purposes of thin section.

     5          SEC. 153. If the Secretary of the Army, acting through

     6    the Chief of Engineers, finds that the proposed project to

     7    bo erected at the location to be declared non navigable under

     8     this section \t> in the public interest, on the basis of engineer

     9    ing studies to determine thu location end ! .ruotural stability

    10 of thu bulkhcading and filling and ponnnncnt pile supported

    11 structures in order to .preserve and maintain the remaining

    12 navigable; waterway and on—&e—basis—&£—environmental

    13 titudit'ti I'ondiicti'd pimaiant to thu National Environmental

    14    Policy Ad uf 1009. thun thoi-.o portions of the Eniit River in

    ]3    New York County.. Stnu* of New York, bounded and do


9
    1C    M-ribed u± fulluwt; aru heroin declared to bo not navigable

    17    wnk*n. uf thu United .Stale-!- within the nii-aning of the laws

    15    of thu Tnilfd State-!', and llic- cuiiiH-nt of Oongru!.;. '\n horoby

    19    'r'iu-n io tin- filling^ in »f nil or anv pan (huroof or tht- tiivt'fion
          <j                    c                 • i


    20    of ptTiiiimi-nl piU-i.n])])(irl't'd i.tnu'tnrt'!. tlu-rt-on: That jurtion

    21 ul'iho Eni.t Bivur in Xt-w Yorlc County, Smtc of New Yorli.

    22    lying Jiorowurd of 11 lino within thu United Suilo.*. piorlic<ul

    23    line m- it oxit.!?. on thf diuc- of Hiacliiiont of ihi:- A ft, bomnletl

    24    on llu- north In (lit- .-.otUJi :/it]c' of PtUlgi'i'.-. Sli]) t-xU-ndi-d o;Uil-

    25    H'ly. and boundi'd on I In- -.nurh by llu- i.oiithfai-tt'rly bonlor of-

         H. R.10203---3
                                      34

 1    Battery Park nt a point adjacent to the westerly end of South

 2 Street extended south by joutliwctit, ia hereby declared to be
 3 non imvignljlc waters of the United Stntcj. ThL dcdnfatioi*

 1    ahull tipplj' only to portions of the above dcae-ribcd area which
 5 arc bulkhoadod and filled or occupied by ponnnnont pile-
 6 biipportod structures. Plans for Imlkhoading and filling -fm4

 7 pernmnont pile-supported structure shall be npprovcd by ilie

 8 Secrctfliy of the Arm}', acting through the Chief of Eng't-
 9 neon;. Loonl hitc-rusts- shall reimburse the Federal Govern-

10 mont for c flffinoor'nig nnd nil oilier c-oati) inuuiTod undur this
11 section.

12         SEC. 152: The project for liurricnno-fluod control protec-
13 tion from Cape Fear to the Xurth Carolina South Carolina

14 State lino, yorth Carolina, nuthorizod ]yy the Flood Control

35 Act of 1066 (80 StiU. 1118,              1119)      is hereby modified to
16 provide that the Secretary of the Army, acting through the

IT Chief of Engineers, inny enter intu an ngreeinent with-«o»-
18 Fedornl public bodice (o provide for roiinburiiomont of in-
                                                                                   t
39 stnllntion costs incnrrod l)y such bodice, or nn e(jiiivnlont
20 reduction in (he contribution.-, thuy aro uthorwiae roquirocl to-

21 rnako, or n combination (horoof, in nn niiiuunt not to oxci-ccl
22 §2,000,000, for work to be ])C'rfunnc(] in the project, jubjcet.
23 te- t\w* ^vovi-.iion-.' of- -.lubricc-.tion-.i (b) through (o) of ;ii-.t4H*H-

                                           l' 1 068.

25        Si;u.   153. Tlic project for Hood proU'dion on tlie-

                                 803
                                       35
    1 -Grand River and tributaries, Missouri nnd lown, author
    2 izcd b}- the Flood Control Act of 1965 in hereby modified to
    3   authorize nnd direct the Chief of Engineers to immediately
    •i proceed with the engineering find design of the Pnttonsburg
    5 Lnko project n» presently authorized and to include provi
    6 siuii.* iicccx-mry w na not tu preclude the aibt.equont addition
    7   of n complete po-.vcr instnllntion provided thnt prior to ini
    8   tiation of construction the Chief of Engineers would sub
    9   mit tu Cungroaii n report on the -scale nnd scope of the project
10 which boht meek the ncocL of the nron for further notion by
11 -Oettg-ress-as-appropriflte-.
12          SEC. 151. (a) This roction irmy bo cited ns the "Shore
13 line Erosion Control Pcmon.it ration Act of 1073."
li           (b) The Congrcaa finds that because of the importnuco
15 nml inereftMitg- iftteyoat in the eoa.vtfll mid e.-tunriiiG xone ^f


i
]G      tliu Uiiitocl Stutf-i, tlic- dotoriurntion of the line of the sliorc
17 \vithin tliia /cm- duo tu c-ro^ion. the linrih (o-walcr (|iin1ity
18 -and marine' lifu fruin Juirelint' erosiotv-^^-lot.h of rccrentionnl
19 -putbiitial duo to .-.noli orutiioii, the -finniicinl !OM to -private
20 and jjuljliu Iftiiduwnou. ru.-.ulting froin-hhoroliiu! erosion, nnd
21      tliu inability of M<A\ landowner.-, lo obtnin .•.iiliiifnctory finnii-
2'2     oial and tochniciil at.bihtnnco to combnl t..iu'k erosion, it 4g
23 e


25 .

                                               8-04
                                    36
 1   a program to develop nnd di-niuiu.trnte aiioh mcaim tu uombat

 2 shoreline erosion
 3          (o) (1) The Soorotnry of the Army, ncting through tho
 4   Chief of Engineer-?, »hall c^tal>li.->h nnd conduct fur n pcried
 5   of five fiscal tvon re a national shoreline erosion contrul Juvt-I

 6 opment and demonstration program. Tho program shall
 7   consist of planning, con^trnctm*;. operating, evaluating, and-

 8   demonstrating prototype shoreline cro.Mon contrul devices,
 9   both engineered and vegetative.

10         (2) Tho program shnll bo canned out in ooopcmiion-
11   with the- Socrotftiy of Agi'iculturo. particulnrly with ruapeef-

12 ro vegetative menus of preventing and uoiitrolling-tihopelitw
13 orusion. and in eoopomtioH-^'M-h-Pcdc-ral. Stntu, nnd loeal-

14 agencies, private organization*.., and tlu- Shoreline Ei-o.^ion-
15   Advisory Pnnt-1 cstnhliiihc'd-ptHMmiil ro :.aib.-^€'tiuji

1C
17
           -(^ )
     'loot-ion .shnll
                                                                          t
] 8 line- ^rttfion contr

T9   •takt'ii .-u no less than nvu biius c»at4i on llu* .

20   Atlantic-, (JnllVrtiid- Piu-ific-foa.^t.-, mut-of tliu (!ivat
21   Sites-*eUH4c'd slw»nl4, t» ilu* t'.\r<-iit iH^^

22   of n-tJO^Tn])liinil




25 •fai-fhe--pWj)OMt' of thi- :.ocl ion --mH-y—lu'-f. \jK-htltHl— l'tn

                               805
                                      37
 1    acquisition of privately owned lands. In the onsc of «
 2    louutod on private or noil Fudcrnl public lands, the domoH-

 3    atrntion projcc'fo alrall be undertaken in (.'ooporutloti with ft

 4 -non Fi-doral -intcrcat or- intcreata who shall pay »i- least 25
 5    per centum of construction costa .at ,oach site nnd assume
 6    operation nrul inaintcnnucu costs upon oorapiet-ifra—ef-tbe
 1 project.-
 8         (d) (1) Xo later tbnn one hundred nnd twenty dayc
 9    after the date of enactment of this jcoiion Chief of Enginoors

10   >.linll c-stnbliali a Shorc'lino Erosion- -Advisor}' Panel-. The
11   Chief of Engincon. diall appoint- fifteen incml>ers to such
12   ranel from among indiuduak wlm-nye -kflowlodgoablo v.ith

13   rtepeci- tu variou.>. aqHictii of :.]mr(4ifte-cro.-ion, witli rcpre-

M    i?eHtttlivt'» from vuriuifo ffttigniphion] areas, institutions-of

15 higliur otluealiun, pn>}Wienn] orffl»4auiothi, Stato-and loe-al

1G   agt'iifiea, and private.' orgnn'i/.utioii.-.,- -fxt'i'pt thrtt jiioli indi-

I
17

18
     -vicluaL Jiall no^-be fe^A^^ -fnll-Httic employees of the

     -United •State'.-.. The—PtH^-^UtfU HKft-flnd-oFgaHw^-within
19   ninot} drtyn fruin- tL 1 ? dntr oi'-ii.- OMtnhliflinic'iit, nnd slirtll
20 ?*4tH?{-n ClutinutHt-AHMH-frftwtr^ ii.-. memheiv. The Panc4 sliall
21 44t^n meet ;U--lea?.t—oHt^-tM^li six niontlis thereafter- ««d
22   *\M\] I'Xpiru ninety tlity;. til'ti-r tiTniinntion of the fivo-yony
23 ^ffiffr-a-ni-etita
24         (2) The




                                             80G
                                      38
  1              (A) advioc the Chief of Engineers generally in
  2        'Carrying'out provisions of this section;
  3              (13) recommend •criteria for -the selection of dcvel
  4        opment and demonstration sites;
  5              (C) recommend alternative institutional, legal, nn4-
  6    finaiic-ial   -arrangements necessary to effect agreements
  7        with non-Federal sponsors of project sites;
  8              (P) mnko periodic reviews of-the progress of-tbe
  9        program pursuant to this section;
10              (E) recommend moans? by which the knowledge-
11         obtained from the project may be made roadity avail-
12         able to the public; and-
13              (F) perform tr.dh functions ns the Chief of Engi-
M          neorg may designate;
                   •  -  o


15          (3) ^rcmfroia of-the Pnnol shall, while serving on l>H»i-
Ifi    Hogs of the Pnnol, be entitled to ruutivu uonipciiaatiun at rutt^
17 fixed -by the Chief of Engineer:., but not in oxou^. of the
1£ maximum rate of pay for grade CJS 18, ns -providetl in tlie
                                                                             t
19 Gronoral Sohodulc under aootion 5333 of title-0 of the Tnited
'20 -States Code, including-trnvcltinic and whili-. assny frum tlii'Ii=
21 homos or regular plaooa of biitiinoij;., iliuy 111113- ^l' "H"*t'd-
'22 t-ravol oxpensor.. including pur dionrin lioiruf .-..ub.-.i.-^noe-tttr
2^ authorised by Inw (5 TT.S.C. 73h 2) for pur:.un.i In fluverit-
24 -mtJiit service om]»l»yod intonni{-kH»44y.
2;">        (1) The Panel ir. nufhorixod. without n^iird tu tin* civil

                               807
                                         39
     1    burvico law>-, to engage such technical and otlior assistance as

     2 may bo required to cnrry out its functions.

     3         (o) Tlio Secretary of tlic Army, acting through the

     4 Chief of Engineer:?, sufil'i prepare niul submit annually ft

     5 -program prugre.-c. report, including therein contributions of

     6   the Shoreline Erosion Advisory Panel, to the Committees on

     7 Public Works of.- the Senate and House of Ecprc'ontativos.-

     8 The fifth fmd final report jhtill be submitted sixty days nftor


t    9 -the uf tin- fifth fiscal yonr of funding niul slmll include n

    10 uumprcliciiriivi' t-vnliintiun uf the nntiunnl shoreline erosion

    11 control development ftiul dcnion^trntioii program-.
    12        4& Thoro is ftiitliorixcd to be -appropriated not to exceed
    13 SS.OOQ,000 to ortrry out tlio provisions of this section-.
    14        Si:c. I.ri5. The SccrctniT of the Army, acting through
    15 • tliu Cltic-f of -Enginoor.-!, i.- nurhorizod to ]>rovi(]o tochnicfil
    lo -and eiigtiift-ring u^i.-iiuii'i- to mm Fodcrfll public -interests
    17 -in tlt'Vflt))jin<r itnictnrnl niul mun.tnu-tnriil methods of pro-
    JS venting—dninagun ftttribuiuhlc to—shore nml .^trcamhflnk
    19 -erosion.
    20        Si:r.   150. —(*)— The Score tnry of the Army, noting
    21 through tin- d'hiof- nf- E»gine(.'i':-r4:. authorix.od-to inve:itigalo.
    22 plan, niul uoiii.trui't |ji\iji-t!t:i f>tr tiit'-uonlrol of- ritrcambank
    23 urot.iun in the •P-nitctl--.Stnti'r l ,-it-. pOt"f.oriaion^.-«Hd •the-C^HH-
    24 •iinni\u-»llh "f riR-Ttn ]<'ui», in iho inU'R'?4^of reducing -tl»m-
    25 -itjft^^""-<='':"H«*n, 4]ie-dK»>iti<4ft-^f .-odiineiu-in lake?; mid

                                           808
                                   40
 1 waterways, tlio destruction of channels and adjacent-lands.
 2   and other adverse effects of stronmbnnk erosion, wlion in the
 3   opinion of the1 Chief of Engineer^ such projects arc consistent
 4 with the objectives of sound flood plain nmnagi'inont mid will
 5 result-in substantial public benefits through the-provision
 6 of needed protection to public, residential, nnd commercial
 7 properties.
 8       4M—No such project shall be constnictod under this
 9 section if the cotimatcd Federal firet co&t- oxeucdj §250,000.               Mb
10 Any Eiioh project shall be complete in ittolf nnd nut cuinmit
11 the Tnitod States to .any additional improvement to iiu-urc
12 its successful operation, except n^ may result from the iwrmal-
13 prncodurc applying to project-.? authorized after uiihmihaioH
14 of survey reports.
15       (a) For till projects undertaken pursuant to this soction,
16 appropriate non-Federal intcrc-jt> .^hall ngrui' tlmt tbuv svill—
17            (1) provide without uo.itr. to the United Stiitca nil
18       lands, onsomonts. nnd rights of-wa}; noco^ann- for the
19       construction of the project;

20            (2) hold and-snvo the United Stnteu I'roo from dnm-
21       ages duo to construction;
22            (3) oporflio nnd mnintflin all rho work»- after com -
23       plotiun in aci-ordiiiu'e witli-i'offlilution.- pn-ia-riliod ]>y tlw-
24       Secrohn'v of thu -\rrny;



                                  800
                                 41
 1            -(1) contribute 35 per centum of the firot cost of

 2        the project.

 3        (d) The authority contained in this section -is 'nipple

 4 mental to, and- not in lieu of, the authority contained in see •

 5 tion 11 of the Act approved July '2:L 1016       (60 Stat. 653),

 6 as nmondod, and section 155 of this Act.

 7        (c) There is authorized to be appropriated not to ex-

 8 coed SlO.000,000 per annum for-the construction of the

 9 projects authorized b}' this section.

10        Sec. 167. The authorization for tho boadi erosion con-

11 trul project fur Prot:quc Isle Peninsula. Eric, Pennsylvania, a?

12 -provided in section 101 of the River-nnd Hnrbor Act of

13 1960     (71 Stat. 180) ia reinstated nnd- extended, under the

14 terms <!xiatlng immediately prior to the termination of such

15 -authorisation, -for a- period- of five years from the date of



i
16 enactment uf this Act,-or if the rcvkw-Uudy-of ouc-h project

17 being carric-d out by tho Socrotary of the Ami}' is not com-

18 pleted prior to the end of-such period; until such study is

19 uumpk'tud and n roport tlit-roon i.ubniittod to the Congreps.

20 Then.', in uut.hoim-tl to bi- nppropriatod not to exceed S3,500.

21 000 to cony out this section.

22       SljC. ]68. (a) The projc-c-t for nnvigation in the A+eUii-

23   fnlnyii ESvor n.td Buyout Clu'iic, Bocuf, nnd Blnck, Lou't-

24 i.innn, iiutliuriaud hy lln- Kiver and Hnr1mr Act of 1068 (£3




                                      810
                                   42
 1   Stat. 731)    is hereby -modified to provide- that the aon

 2 Federal interest 3 shall raaferibtrie 3£ per -eenfam of the costs

 3 of areas required for initial and subsequen^<}isposal of spoil,

 4 -thid of necessary retaining 4ikes,butivbeads, and cmljfink

 5 nients therefor.
 6      —(b) The requirements for appropriate non-Eedoral iiv

 7 terest or-intcrcste to furnish- nn agreement to contribute 25

 8 ~per-<?eHtumef the-eonstaretion coots na act forth in subsotcion

 9 --(») shall bc-waived-by-thc Secretary -of the Army upon Q-

10 -finding by the Administrator t>f the Environmental Protcc

11 tion Agency thaHbr Hie area -te-wkich aueh coftsteiMitiefi

12 -applies, &e- -State -er States -4ftvolveck- -interstate agency,

13 -4/jimicipa^ifry, a«d otlier appmpriate pulit-ic-at subdivisions of

14 -the State ««4 4*tdi»i4ria4 <x>ne€tns are -pa-rt-icipating in and

15 - ifl- comj>i«HM^ witii an -aj^roveil- plan for the general §

16 -gpaphi^al -w-ea-- of- -the -di'-edging --activity for

17 -^VKKliiSefttioftj -txMH^ioft, w- FebrtbiJUfttioH- uf wautc trtmtmont
18
                                                                           t
19 watev-C[Hal5Tj— st nndn vds- -are- not—being

20      -ftfier 159. Jfotwithstemdmg tiny oilier provision-ef law,

21 the St-at-efr of Illinois and- Iowa.— wkieh—aro connected at

22 Keokuk, Iowa, by the bridge constructed by tlie Koukuk and

23 -Hamilton Bridge Company pursuant to Public Law 312 of
24 -the Sixty-third Congress and t\l Bnrlingten, Iowa, by thu

25 -bridge -constructed by the Citizens' Bridge Conipnnyy-pw—

                           811
                                  43
 1   guant to Public Law 1 of tho Sixt3r-fourth Congrcgg are

 2 -authorized to contract individually- or jointly with cither or

 3 -both of- the cities of Keokuk, Iowa, and Burlington, loway-

 4 on or before June 1, 1971, to assume- jespoasibility for. the

 5   operation, maintenance, and repair of the bridges- lit Keokuk

 6 -a«d -Burlington and the approaches thereio and for lawfol-

 7 cxpciiscs inourrcd-la-eonneetion therewith. When either or

 8   both States have entered into cuch an agreement any out—

 9   landing principal and interest indebtednetit; on account of a

10 -bridge-shall- be paid from reserve funds accumulated for tliftfr-

11 -purpose aud the balance of such funds, if -aayy Aall he- used to

12 defray uoatu of opcratm*; mid nniintaining the bridge. After

13 biioh an ngrconiuut la i-ntcix-d into with respect to a bridge,

14 that bridge shall thereafter be free of tolh.

15     —SE&-4-60^Th«-^eci-otxary of the Army, acting through-

16 - the Chief- -of Engineertr, is authorized and directed to por-

17 4tH=Ht ishnmtel tjleaji-yut ^j>erat5unf and sagging and olonring

18 • for 6Gle&ed-H5t-veam& where chronic and persistent flood-

19 -conditions-exist -in-the- lower Guyandot Eiver Ba*>in, West

20 -Virginia-— for- -the purpose of improving chanml-

21
22 -t.f flotKl -control. Sucli o])er«tioiiM hhall he performed as niv-

23 -Hrttsrini-measuri.'1- -pending- iH-»mplet-i«n of tlie-E.- 1). Bniloy

24 -take-pmjecr at -a total cost not to exceed S2, 000,000. A.p

25 -]»ropr'mte •noh-l«ledei«l iulcrt^ts rtt« determined V»y the Sceyc—

                                   812
                                   44
 1    tary of the Arm}', noting through the Chief of Engineerg,

 2 -shall, prior to initiation of remedial operations, agree in
 3 accordance- with the -previsions of section 22i-ol4he Flood
 4   Control Aot of 1970 that they will furnish the necessary
 5 lands, disposal areas,- easements, and rights-of-way, and hold

 6   and save the United States froo from damage?, duo to the
 7 oloQii out operations.
 S        SEC. 161. The Secretary of the Arm)-, acting through

 9   the Chief of Engineers, ia authorized to construct small flood —       tife

10 protection projects not specifically authorize- J by
11 and not within arena intended -to be pro touted by projects

12 so anthemed, -which -come- within the provision* of section 1
13 of the Flood Control Act of Juno 22,-103G, when in the
14. opinion- -of- tho- -Clnef Engineers Mich work i^ advisaUlu and —
15 protects an area which hat. been declared tu-bc a major
16 -di^ft5ter-arca pursuaB^-4t>-the -Pfo-iater- Relief At4 of 1066-ei1-
17 -th^ Disaster Relief Act- -of 1070 -kt 4n? jn-tjeetling Jivt -ycai1
18 -period, -except- 4-brtf not -raore-4ian-§2-,OOOiOOO .^hall be allot--
19 4ed for-4Hs- purpose-for- awy-one -project—The -pr-ovit.ions of
20 -Jottil cooperation ^ceifiod iiv section 5 of tho-Elood Coitt^el-

21   Act of Juno 22, 14)36,        f.hftH-ftpplyr--The-werii-tJiaH-lie-
22 -t?»iH-plet-e-itt-4k«lf -ajul i«ot wuHunt-the United Statet^-k) any

23 -addil-umttl- inipwvonicinl- to -insuro— it,v_vuw^vM*ul— upc-r-jition—
2-t -ex«jpHw may r-esult from (he- normal prmwlHi'e -a
25 to projy<4k; iuithorwed ^ft-er ^ubniit>hion of pivlimiuar-y
                                      45
      1 -kaUon and-suyvey-Eoporttn- Ther-e k authorised not to exceed
      2 -S35;000,000 in ctmli fiscal year for the next five fiscal years
      3 to carry out- this section.
     4      • SEC. 163.      (n) The Secretary of the Army, acting
      5 -through tlio- -Chief of Engineers,- if. authorized to perform
      6 -^^h^woi-k-as-ma-y-bc-iiGeessaFy* to- provide for the repair
     7 and convcrsion-to-ft- fixed type structure -eE-daaa-aumbered 3
     8 -on -the Big Sandy-River, Ken&iek-y-ftfld-Wcst Virginia. •

I    9        -(b) The- wor4r-a^thflraed-b^ this section shall have no
    10 offoct-on thu condition that local interests shall own, operate,
    11 -and-mainkm -the straefeufe- AHd related jweperties as required
    12 by the Act of A-agost 6, 1
    13         (c) There is-inrthoi4^ed-te-be appropriated not to-ex
    14 -eeed-$ggO,000 to eafgy out this scotion.-
    15      —SEC. 163. The project for hurricane-flood control at


I   1G Toxtu'. City and vicinity, Toxa%-tuitborizod-4»y-the- I^lood
    IT Control Act approved August 3^r 1968, is-4rer€by modified
    18 -to provide-tbttf—fehe—noit-Federa]interests shall h^ve
    19 -July 1,—1-97'i, to pyovidc-^he-assiR-ifflees-^f -local ceoperati
    20 -t^ulpGd— in— ju&ordnnce.— with the roconinion(](M4ong-irf -the
    21 Chief of Engineers in Houac PoemnGnt Nufflber-ed- 187T
    22 -Jlffiet'tetii -Oongre33r
    23     —SEQr-tM. Sul>hee6t«--f^--t*<L-aeetieft-90&-ef the
    34 _€oatfeI-Aot of -196ftr-fe*~«mended (33          g.^O
                                  46
 1 further amended by striking out "$11,000,000" and inocrt
 2 Jng.iiUiou teoof-SmOOO^QO"..
 3        SEC. 165.-In the case of an}- reservoir project authorized
 i. for construction by the Corps of Engineers, Bureau of B^la-
 5 mat'ton, or other Federal agency when the Administrator of
 6 the Environmental Protection Agency determines pursuant-
 7 to section 102 (fr) of tbo Federal Water Pollution Control
 8 ^tekthat any storage ;.fl-.»iicll .project for regulation of stream
 9 flow for water quality-is itot-fteeded, or is needed in a different
10 -amount-r6U€h prc,<et-giay be-modified accordingly by the
11 bead of the appropriate agency, and 0113- storage no longer -
32 required 4er-w&ter -quality-may- 4te utilised for other author-
13 ized purposes of the project when, in the opinion of tho head
1-i -o$ i.ucli ngancy, snob uac ;j juatifiod. The -provisions of the bee
15 -tion fihall not apply to any projeet-where the benefits at'
16 •iributablo to water qualit}'-exeee^! 20 per centum of the
17 totnl project benefits.
18      -SEGF-i6qr—(j4-,-gH.io-SecrGta¥y-of the Army, acting
                                                                           t
19 ^H-o»gh 4lie Ofeief of-Eiigineers, is atHhorixcd to undertake
20 measure!'-, to -eleft^-feke -elift»«el-of 4lie main channel of the
21 Xittlo Cafafflet Biver, Illinoiii, from itu uoiifluciic-u with the
22 -C!a4uHr*t-Sag «hmmel westward4o-In<fciaa Stat^lim.-, of fallen
23 4v«o&t4t4>ot*r^il4T-&
24 -te-flwdmgrfflisiffMincEir:, nnd
25       -(4>) JP-rior--t
                                815
                                4:7


1    section, such non-Federal interests as the Secretary of the
2    Army, acting through tho Chiof oi Engineers^ may require
3 shall agree to such conditions of cooperation ati the Secretary
4    of the Arm}-, acting through the Chief of Engineers, do
5    tcrmincd appropriate, except t-bnt such conditions shall bo
 6   similtHrto thoGC required for similar project purposes in other
 7 Federal water resources projects.
 8       SEC. 167. The Secretary of tho Ami)', acting through
 9 -the Chief of Engineers, is authorized te make a dctnilcd-
10 -study -and -^eport of such plans -as he may deem feasible
11 -and appropriate for the use of the New River from the
12 —headwaters of its South and ^orth -forks -to the town of -
13 Fries, Virginia. Such study and—report -shall include the
14 -recreational, conservationy &»d preservation uses of such area. -
15 -The--Secretary,--acting through the Chief of Engineers, shall


I
16 -consult-with the Bureau ot wtdoor Recreation, the Sccrc
17 -tory of-Agrietiltujpe, «»d -the- AdnAastrator of the Environ-—
18 mental Pi-oteetion- Agency.-yotwi^atnnding any other pro—
19 -^sion- -of 4«w, IK> Federal agency or entity rh.flll -license or
20 -otherwise—give pern.lesion nnder-any Act of (he Congress
21—to the construction of -any -dam or reservoir on or-directly •
22 -ftffeefeing- the- =^ew--River from the hoadwntors of its South
23 -ftftdr North 'forks •to-t4te-4»*Hi-of-Fries. Viy^mift-until two
24. _yoiw-s-aftor ihc roporl tUUhorixod by Iliis .soclion has boon-
25 -submitted to rho Oongross.

                                      8IH
                                 48
  1        SEC.-168. The Secretary- of the Army, act'mg through
  2 the Chief of Enginccrj, 4s~fttrtkerizcd- arid directed to review
  3 -the comprehensive study and plan of- development, Lower
  4 Rio Grande Basin, Texas, dated Jaly Jr9£9> prepared by tbo
  5 United States Department of Agriculture in cooperation with
  6 -the Texas Water Development Board, the Te.xtu State Soil
  7 and Water Conservation Board, and the Texas Water Rights
  8 Commission and to report thereon to the Congress. Such
  9 review shall dpcclficQlly-HteUi4e-thf [tfttpu^cd Willacy Hidal
10 go rioodwntcr B)-pnss, -the Lnguna Mndrc Flood water
11 Channel, nnd the North Floodway Channel in the Lower.
12 Rio Grnndc Btem-ift Willncy, Sidnlgo, and Cameron Coun-
13 ties, Tcxns. .ts gcncrnll}- described in-thc rccommcndationp
14 for phnso I contained in guch report.
15         SEC. 100. The project foy- beach erosion control and
16 -hurricane     (tidal— floo&ng) —protection—in Bade County,
17 -i^-ida, authorized by section 163 of the- Flood Control —
18     Act of August 13r4££M-R*Me-Lfrw-4)0-483 ) . f js -hereby

.1 9   modified to provide for initial constms&on by • non-Fedural
20 -tftterosts, and -for subsequent future iiourii;hmcnt by F
21 or non Ftdorol ffliorcsts, of the 0.85
22 -knnicdiatcly soitik ^f-^ftk^-V-Ilm^ver—IiiJel-j-attd-for    rcini
23 -4>ur;ioineft^-4- 44^ apfiU^vMe^Petk^'ft^linrG   of tlwiio projc-(!t—

24 ^osteMx^-w^mftlU^w^^- i/ed. Federal rointbtH^e}fH?Ht uhnll-
25 be eontiftgettk- upon -a])proval ]>y ih^ Cliicf of Enginccrj,
                               817
                                         49
      1   prior to commencement of fhg-work, of the detailed plans
      2   and specifications for accomplishing the work ag - being-in_

      3   accordance with the authorized project.
      4        SEC. 170. Section 107 (b) of the Elver and Harbor Aot
      5   of 1970 (84 Stnt; 1818, 1820) is hereby amended by
      6   deleting "July 30, 1971" and inserting, in lieu thereof

      7, "December 31, 1976", and deleting "86,500,000" • and
      8   inserting in lieu thereof "89,500,000".

I     9     —SEC. 171. The Secretory of the Army, noting through the

    10 .Chief of Engineers, shall submit -fee-4he-Congress not Inter
    11 than June 30, 197-1, the survey report authorized by vesolu-

    12    tion of the- Committee on Public Works,-House of Eopro

    13    !jontfttivo!3. da tud" October J'2. 1072, concerning n modification
    •14   of flic OovDiisOiii'iftti Pnio cnnnncl. Tcxfif*. i^vo-i-cci- to *OI*Q~

    15    vido incrt'iised depths and widths in flic ontrance channels


I
1(5 -from tin; Gulf uf Moxivo to n deeper di=afr inshore port in tho
.17 vicinity of Harbor Island, Texas1, and fhall complete tho

18 iulvaiicod uiigincering and d^iffH-fer sneh modification by

19        Juno '30, 1975. Sirek^lvMu-^d-eng'mgoriflg and de*iern- may

20        l)o aucumplinht'd prior to nnthorix.iition--of-4lw- motii-Beat'ion*

21        Tin- Sct'rutnry of the Arfiny, nct.ing.- tlivcnigk-^e-C'hicf of
22 -Eftgineerfa iti authorixod to ^c-cepi-frHH'!*- nwde-- Avmlable by-
23 •-non-FRdoral intorohth iUid-to oxpi'^d-hn^v^tw^ for tW pv<vp-
24        a rat-ion of the survey report, and a(r-oHvpti4unenl of (hf

25 -Htlvmu'fd • t'ltffHteer'mg- -anti- -tle^i<;it fHillunr/ed »ind diwfed-

      I-I.R. 10203- --4                        818
                                  50
 1 by this section. Such fiuHls-^ball-be- repaid to s
 2 Eodoral interests out of me»eys-~appto3M3atod for construe^
 3 -tion of the modifii-atioBr-
 4       SEC. 172. The project for hurricane-flood protection a«d-
 5 -beach erosion control fit East Roekaway Inlet to Rockaway
 6 Inlot nnd Jamaica Bay, ffow York, authorized by the Elood
 7 Control Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 1073), ic hereby modified to
 8 authorize tho Secretary of tho Army, acting through the
 9 Chief of Engineers, to commence work on the bcacb erosion
10 control aspect- of tho projeeV independently of 4be Imrrieane—
11 flood protection aspect of tho project. Conptruotion of the
12 -beach erosion contFel-aspeet of the project way-commence
13 following the completion of environmental-st»die&- regarding
14 that aspect, conducted pursuant to the yational-JEHvifeft—
15 mental Policy Act of 1969.
16       SEC. 173. (a) In the survey» plamungj-or desiga-by-aay-        A
17 Podoral-agen^y of any project involving flood- protectioiv
1^ - consideration shall- be given to nonstructural alternatives to
19 prevent or roduco flood 4Amage& hicludingT but not limited to,
20 floodpyoofiag of 6trtic4iH'es' flood plain regulation; acquisition
21 of flood-plain-lands for reereational, fish and wildlife, and
22 other pHblie pHr-poses-;-inul-reloeation with-A- view toward-
23 -fonnnlal-ing the- roost economically, socially and environ—
24 -mentally acceptable means of reducing or preventing flood-
25 damages.
                             Bin
                                    5]
    1     —(b) Where a nonstructural-alternative-is recommended,—
    2   non Federal -participation shall be comparable to the value
    3   of land:, casements, and rights of-way which would have been
    4   required of non Federal intcrests-mider-seotion & of the Act
    5   of June-2y44&& (Public Law Numbered 738, Sevenry-
    6   fourth Congress), for structural -protection measures, but in -
    7   no event shall exceed 20 per ccnftHHr-ef the project oosts. -
    8        SEC. 171. The project for water1 quality control in the
    9   Arkansas-Red Eivcr Basin, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas,
10 authorized b)- tho Flood Control Acts of 1966 and 1970, is
11 hereby modified to authorize tbo Secretary of tho Army, act
12 . ing through the Chief of Engineers to initiate construction of
13      tho area 8 feature of the project, consisting-^f-a-low=flow—
14      dnm, pumping station and pipeline, and a brine dam, prior to
15      tho approval -required by section 201 of the Flood Control


I
16

17
        -Act of 1070-. -
             SEC. ITor-The-tSccrcfrary of (he Army, acting through the
18 -Chief- of Engineers, is authorixed and directed to study t-he-
19 • need for- and--ffleftns-t»f providing ^siixjr-^w-tHet'tHJiv^erviws-
20 -»tf- water Whourwh d^velo]>meHt project.^ under the jiiri.sdic--

21      Hon of the T^cprtyUw-nt-^-tha A-wi.y-, -juul-to rc|>ort- thereon -
22 -to the Congress, -wii-lt lHs-r^e«>MHiiendalioiis, not later than

23

24         -ftKfT—17(:i. Tlu—prtr.igra))!! of-swtion-2t)0 of-l
25 -Gontrol A*t of 1966, Public Law 89-7S9, authorix.ing
                                      52

 1 'directing the Secretary of the Army, acting through tho

__2...... Chief of Engiiiopri:.-tn conduft a.^iu'vcy of tlio 'Grout South

  3 Bay. ^ew York. is amended to road ns follows :

 4         "Groat South Bay. Now York, including: the waters e£

  o -adjoining lessor bnvs and inlets witli respect to water utilixn

  6   tion and control. tSucli investigations and >tudy shall include*,

 7    but not bo limited to. navigation. fisheries, flood control,

  8   control of noxious weeds, water pollution, water quality con^

  9 -&oV bench erosion, and recreation. Such survey .shall iju

10 provided to tho Congress by July .31. 1975. and i.hnll include

11 tiio use of n comprohonsivc computer model."

12        -8^.    177. (n) The Fcdornl Wntor Project Bcurontion

13 Act (TOStat. 213) is hereby amended at follows:

14          (1) iStrilco out "and to bonr not lortr. fhnn one hnlf (ho

15 gopnrablo-fostP of the project nilountetl tu oit-lior or botli uf

16 Siiid purposes, a? the case may bo" in section 2 (a) and iiiM-rt-            4fc

17    in lieu thereof "and to bonv one-lialf tliu .>'0p;ir;ible a)?..t» uf

IS    the projed allocated to rcc-voiition, oiio-qiinrtcr uf -M

19 nllociuod to fish and wildlife 'onhnnceiiiont-1-.

20        -(2) Strike '-'net-- more tbmi one-hnif tliu'hu

21    in tiodion- 2 (a) (3) ai^l iiitiert In liou (-b^R'ol' "uiife-lmlf (lio-

22    >-op;ir;ibl^c-o»rs of tho project

23    quarters -of

      mom".

25         -(3) .hk-rlkc oiU> "

                                  821
                                    53

    1   lands, facilities, and project modifications provided for cither

    2 ^or-both. ot.-those, purpose?!., as tlio case may be" in section 3-
    3   (b) (1) nnd insert in lion thereof "bear one-half the costs of

    i -lands,-facilities, and project modifications provided for rocroii-

    5   tion, one quarter of such costs for fish L jd wildlife enhance-

    6 mont".
    7       (b) The amendments made by this section shall-apply-

    8   to all projects the construction of which is not substantially

    9 completed on the date of enactment of this Act.

10          SEC. 178. The project for flood protection on Indian

11 Bond Wash, Maricopa County, Arizona, authorized by the

12 Flood Control Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 1083) is hereby modi-

13 ficd to provide that all costs of the siphon system from the

14 Arizona Cftnnl, required to ho provided in connection with

15 the relocation of irrigation facilities shall bo paid by the-


I
16 United States.

17          SEC. 179. The multiple-purpose plan for tho improvo-

18 mcnt of the Arkansas Eivcr and tributaries, authorised by

19 tho Rivers mid Harbor Act of July 21, 19.16, as amended

20 nnd modified, is hereby further amended-to authorise tho

21 Secretary of tho Army, acting through the Chief of Engi-

22 nei'i>., to realign tho storage provided-in (ho Oologah Reher-

23 -voir for hydroelectric- pOAvuy—pyodnd-ion-lu -fttdnidpal -awl
21 induhtrinl wntur . ^ u l H w d - t e - make- «tek *4oKfle availnhle
                                    54

 1    for such piirpoeos under tho Water Supply Act of 1958, as

 2   Amended.

 3        SEC. 180. (a) Tho interest rate formula to be used in

 4   plan formulation and evaluation for discounting future bonc-

 5 fits and computing costs by Federal officers, employees, de-

 6 partments, agencies, and instrumentalities in the propara-

 7   tion of comprehensive regional or river basin plans and the

 8   formulation and evaluation of Federal water and related land

 9   resources projects shall be the formula set forth in the "Poll-

10 cios, Standards, and Procedures in the Formulation, Eval.ua-

11 tion, and Review of Plans for Use and Development of Wntor

12 and Related Land Resources" approved by the President

13 on May 15, 1962, and published as Senate Document 97 of

14 t3io Eighty-seventh Congress on May ii9, J062, as amended

15 -by the interest rate formula issued by tbo Water'Resources

16 -C-Vnmoil and published in tho federal Register on Dccem-

17 bor 21, 1068 (33 F.B. 19170; 18C. F.R. 701.30), until

18 otherwise provided by a statute onnctod after the dnto -of

19 -this Act. Every provision of law and every administrative

20 action in conflict with (hie section is hereby ropoalod tu tlie

21   extent of such conflict

22         (b) In (ho caco of nny project authorised before Jan

23 -uary-3, 1069, if the appropriate non-Federal inturehth liuvt-.,-
2i   prior to J)o(>efflbcr 31, 10u>j, -given-fiatitjfautury inj:iiiriiiu'f!i

25 4-o-pa-y -<-lt4*-4Wfwy»{l-nmvJ7e<]eral .sliaye -uf-]>rojeot- t'osth
                                     55

     1   discount rate to bo used in the computation of benefits nnd
    . 2 costs for such project shall; bcrthe. tHc- -in effect- immediately
     3 prior to Pccembor 21, 1968, and that rate shnll contimio
                       \

     4. to bo used for such project until construction luis boon coni-

     5 plotod, unless otherwise provided by a statutG enacted after
     6   the date of enactment of this Act.
     7       SEC. 181. The Secretary of the Amy, acting through
     8 the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to study
     9 the feasibility and practicality 01 constructing^ operating) and

    10 maintaining in the vicinity of Duluth, Minnesota, n hydraulic
    11 model of all or a part of the Groat Lakos and thoir connecting

    12 -channels and an ncsocintod technical contur, and to roport-
    13 thereon tu the Congress with recommendations not Inter than

    14 -Juno 30, 1976.

    15       SEC. 182. Section 5 of tho 3£k>ed-Control Act approved


s   16 August 18, ]9il as nmondcd (33 C.S.C. 701n), is amended
    17 -a>: follows:
    18        (1) The first eontence is amended by striking out "in

    19 tho amount of $15,000,000".
    20        (0). By inserting immediately after (ho first iiontonc'O tlu?-
    21 following new Kontoncc: "The-Chief of Eng'mooni, in tho

    22 t»Xf.rcib:e uf -hit* discretion, is further authorised (o provide
    23 -eniertf<jn<^»T»v}>pUe?T-of oloini, drinking water.-OH-t>Ht4t l^w^kr

    24 -ft?r-ti4*-<k^6mHv>e!i to ho ndvitinhlo, to nny-4«eft4i<y-^whiek he

    25 ^iMk-it^eonfr-oul-ed wit4i a source of
                                       56
 1    water causing or likoly to caueo a substantial throat to tho

 2 public health apcLwoIfaro of tho inhahitaiiti. of the. locality."
 3          (3) The- proviso Li the next to the last sentence is

 4 -amended by striking out "of said sum/' and inserting in lieu
 5 thereof the following: ' 'of- sums to such emergency fund,".

 6'        SEC. 1S3. (n) The project for Bomicvillc Lock nnd

 7 Dam. Columbia River, .-^Oregon and Washington, nuthoriaud
 8 by the Act of August :10; 1935 (19 Stat. 1028) and tho

 9    Act of Augugt 20, 1037 (50 Stat. 731 ) is hereby modified

10 to authorize tlio Secretary of the Army.- noting; througli

      the Chief of Engineers, in- connection with the construction
12 of tho Bonnovillc second poworhuufio, to relocate* tho town

13 of North Buimcvillo, WnGliinffton -to a now townrito.

14          (b) As part of such- rolocnt ion, the Socrotniy of tho
15 Anny, acting through- tho •Chief of-Engincon.. i.-. aurliorix«'d

16 to coopomto in tlio planning of tt new town with other

17    Fodornl ngoncics and —Hppropriato noii-Fedural -interubtts ;-
18 to • ;u-f|niro lands nocosivary -for (ho now town and convoy

19    litlo (o       landfi to individuals, bu^ine^ or uthur ontitioii,
20 -ond to the -town nn-.-appropriiUo; nnd to                        ii uuut-ral-
21    t>:ownp:t» collect ion-mid (refltnic-nl fncilil   and otlior
22 niunicipnl fueilitios.

23         4^)                           paid to-niiy indivulHal-or until
24 1'or (he tnkinu--of- .^^vty-tH^d^r (Ina at'ctiuii -shall bo llio

25 iunounl duo \x\c\\ individunl or entity- under lliu Ui'ifonu

                                        82J5
                                          57
         1 Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies
         2 Act .of-19-7..0.-Ie££ tko fair market value of tho real propgffe
         0 coiive3'ed to such individual or entity in tho new town. Aluni-
         4 cipol facilities provided under the authority of this section
         -3 shnl^bc substitute facilities which servo reasonably oa well as
         6 those in tho existing town of North Bonncvillo except that
         7 they sbnll be I'onstructod tu auch higher standards aG nia3' bo
         8 necessary to comply with applicable Federal and Stnto laws.
         9 'Additional facilities niny bo constructed, or higher standards
    10 utilized, only at tbc-cxpcnsc of appropriate non-Pedoral
    11 interests.
    12          -(d) Before tlie Socrotary of the Army acquires any real
    13 property for tho new townsito appropriate non-Federal in-
    li      torc'sKs fthall furnitili liindiiig contrnctuftl oommitmonts that nil
    15 -lot-b in tlio ncv.'-to.\yiWito will bo cither occupied when nvnil


s   1G -able, will be re])lacc'inont^ for open space and vacant lols'-m
    17 -thu uxititiiig town, or will bt- purchnscd by non-Federal in-
    38 torosts at the fair market value;
    19          SEC. 18:1. (a) Tho project for flood protection on Four
    20 -mile Run. city of Alexandria and Arlington County, Vir
    21 .ginia, approved by resolutions of tne Committees on Public
    22 Wurkt. of (ho United Slates Senate and House of Boproi.ontn-
    23 'tivob. dntod Juno 25, 1070, and July 1-J. 1070, rof.poclively,
    2-J 4n-ftct'(mlance with tho provision^ of soction-S(M—of-



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                                                 827
                                      59
      1      lands, -casement, and rights-of-way necessary for con-

      2    _ struction of tho project:;    .. ,

      3           4^)—accomplish—without—eost—te—the—United-

      4      States nil relocations and alterations to existing improve-

      5      ments, other than railroads and tho George Washington

      6      Memorial Parkway-Bridge..• which jnay be required bv-

      7      the construction works, including the reconstruction of

      8   flic   existing United States Route 1 highway bridge with

      9      its approach ramps;

    'lu           (3) hold-and.save the United States froo from dam-

     11      nges duo to the construction works;-

     12           (4) maintain and operate alLtho works after com-

    13       pletion in accordance with regulations proscribed by the

    14       Secretary of the Army;

    15           4*)—prevent encroachment on the project flood


t   16

    17
             channels that would decrease the effectiveness of the-

             flood control improvement;

    18           -(6) provide at their own expense flood proofing of

    19       existing and-fatim; building and other measures as noces-

    20      'Eary to provide flood protoctioii againct n ono hundi'od

    21      year flood;

    22            (7) develop a -Jand manngomont planning prooosn

    23      -flocoptnhlo to the Secrotary of tho Army fov- -

    2-i     -wftter^hod. • inoludinff ])oli(.io«l jurisdictions of Arli
    25      -ami Fiiivfax (•oniili^-;uul-.tht» cilii'K of Aloxiiiulri.i r'ul-
                               60
 1    Falls Church, to insure that future development in the
 2   -bask* -will not result in increased runoff which would im-
 3    pair tho offoctivonogs of the flood vontrol improvement;
 4        -fS) develop a land use management planning proc-
 5    oss satu'fnotor)' to tho Secretary of the Army for tho area
 6   protected by tho project and other areas within tho juris
 7    diction of the non-rodoral interest or interests furnishing
 8   4lo cooperation for tho project, which will insure, among
 9    other things, thnt futuro development will not bo per
10   mitted in flood prone areas unless suitable structural or
11   -Bo»-stru€taral flood control measures are first undertaken
12   by non Federal public or private interests at no expense
13   to tho Federal Government;
34         (9) contribute in cash toward construction of tho
15   project a rum estimated at S'2,J 39,000, as follow?;
16
17
               (A) city of Alexandria one-half the cost of
         -construction of tho channels and Jloodwalls between           I
18       Commonwealth—Avenue—<HHt—Interstate—9^—e^
19        Sl;oOO,000. whchovor is groat or.
20             (B) Arlington County -S500.000,
21             (C) liicbmoiul, rrodorickslKirg, and Potomac
22        Ertilroiul C'ompauy—S139,000.
23        -(-10)- puy-oO -per .t-t>imini of tho separable c-os4»-of-
24   -tlic project nlloeftwl-to );c*oi=^4Jo»i, conHStotit—with-- tlm-
25   Podonil Wntor Projocl Kccrcntion Act (Public Lnw
26   80 72).                   820
                                        61
      1         (c) There is authorized to bo appropriated to tho See-
     2 -rctnry of the Army for construction of tlio Fourmile Kim
            .*/          •/


      3 -project not to oxceod $29.981.000, plus or minus such
     4 Tftmo'ints, if any, as may be justified \>y reason of ordinary
     5 •fluctuation in .-the cost of ijonstruction as indicated bj- engi-
     6 neoring cost indexes applicable to the typo of construction
     7 -involved.
     8         SEC. 185. (a) The projects for Verona Pnrn and Lake.

I    9 Virginia, and- for Sixos Bridge PRUT and Lake, Maryland,
    10 aro liuroby autliurizod iUibstantially in accordance -with the
    11 -reeomiiiendations of the Sccrotaiy of tho Army in House
    12 Document Numbered 91 313 ns modified -by the rooom-
    13 -mondatioiiii of the Chief of Engineer-; in his report dated
    14 July 13, 1973, except that r.uch authorization shall bo
    15 -Jimitcd to the phase T do sign • memorandum of advance


s   16 unginuuring and design, ftt an ostimfttod cost of Si, 100,000.
    17         (b) The Secretary -of the Army, acting through the
    18 -Chief of Enginours, iti authorized and directed to undortalte-
    19 -mi inveAtigaUon--aftd ptudy of &e use of watorg in -the
    20    Potomac Rivor utituan' -;>.>: a >:oiure of water supply for tlie

    21 Washington motro]>olitrt:i area, inelnding the oonntniotion.
    22 -ttperatioitr ^nd-^valiuUwn of a pilot plan for the trontmont
    23 -ef-swdHwateftir-ftfe-ftn K-.tiniatod ooat-<4-$fi,OQO,OOOr
    24        -4if)-¥]ie Sotrotary of tlio .\niiy, noting through tlio Cliiof
    25 -of Eiijgineort»-,.-'»i>-ftuthorixfd and dire^^V-to review llie conv
    26 -jH'elwBsi.ve stiuly -of (he Poi.omno River bnsin contained in
                                        830
                                  62

 1    House Document Numbered 91-343 and to report thcrcoa-

 2   to the Congress -w&br -Ffceommeadatiohs- -fia t&       tiiose-watef

 3 resources development and conservation measures which are

 4   needed to meet the future water re-sources nccdi^ of the

 5 Washington metropolitan area, including water -supply f -

 6   water quality; wftstcwntcr innnngcmcnt alternatives :— flood

 7 -control, including Gtnietural and nonstnictuml flltcrnfttreesi

 8 recreation; fish nnd wildlife enhancement; and other pur-

 9   poses. The study of mctiauro-j to meet the watcr-aftpply needs

10 of the WashingtQR TOefeo^wliten area- -shall- be coordinated

11 with tho yortlicnstcm United States water- supply study-

12 ftHthorizcd by the Act of October 27, lOCo-fTCMStat-lO?^-
13       SEC. 186.     (n) The Secretary of tlic Army, acting-

14 through the Chief of Engineers, is att&orizcd to assist the

15 National Park Service in the National Park ServieeV-pre-

16 grain to plan for, design, and implement rcatimrtioR of -the

17 historical nnd ecoloical— values- oJ^-

18 Potomac Bivcr. Such assistance fflfty^tnelnder hut- iieed nofr
                                                                           t
19 bo limited to, furnishing suitable fill materiftl-ok^Hhetl-from-

20 4lio Potomac River or its tribirtariesHfa— placement— -upait-
21 request, and

22         b   The

23 Chief of •Engineer;!, i.i antlwr-iml-ftRd-<liyeet^ -4o-nu&e-Riv

24   invor.tifflition and ntedy-of-the -s9t»t-M>H-ft«<l- hedi?nenfHMo«-

25 -probloms of the -Potomac- Ri-ver- )>asin-wfcli-pflr-feieiilur-eHi~

                                 831
                                         63
     1   pbask- oil these problems as thoy-cxist in the Washington
     2   motropolitan area of the basin. This study is to be made-m-
     3   consultation with the Departments of Interior and Agricul-
     4   tttfe>-^?he-Eivvirt»nmental-PFot«€tioiv Agency, and other in-

     5   tcrcstcd Federal. State, and local entities ftnd is to include,
     6 but need not be limited to, a description of the extent -ef
     7 such problems together with the Chief of-EngmeerV rec-
     8   ommcndfttioiu.—en—feasible —and— cnvironmcntallv — setmd-
                                                                 »'



     9 methods of removing polluted river bed materials to CR-
    10 banco wtucr quality, recreation UGG, fish and wildlifo, ntrvigft-
    11 tion, and the cstbctioo ot the bashv,—a& well         fts-his-reeem-
    12 mcndntions on alternative methods and sites -for the proper
    13 disposal of 3ueh n«aterial&.-$be Secrctnr}' of the Army sliaft
    14   transmit this study and the Ghief-ol-EngtneerV reeennnendft-
    15   tion^ tu the Congress no later thfin three years from the


t   16
    17
         -dntc of cnaot>nent of this Acfe-.
              SEC. 187. The Secretory of the Army, acthtg-&re«gk
    18 the Chic?- of Engineers, is nnthorizcd to review tlie compre-
    19   het^jivc jplnn for— flood control -fttt^-otlffir— pHfposes-for -the
    20 ^fesmppi River and tributnripj, approved by— the--Fk>od
    21 Control Act of June 1-5HW3&, -ftWHsemled, to <leteHr.ine the
    22 fcntiibility of modifying- the projeef 4o provide that the chan-
    23 -ftel of

    24 the went pretee&m-tevee ift-lieu of the aiUlmriml \Vaslnng-
    25 4en-4e-€mirtftbleftii -diversion, and ^hat additional ewlverte

                                              832
                                 64

1 -through the -west -protection levee be provided--as necessary-
2 -for the incrcascd-flowr

3        SEC. 188.    (a) The project for flood control bek>w-Cbat-
4 field Dam on-the South Plattc Paver, Colorado, authoFized-by-

5    the Flood Control Act of 1950       (61 Stat. 175), is hereby -
6 modified to authorize the—Secretary of—the- ^rmy—aetmg-
7 through the Chief of Engineers, to participate with non Fed

8 oral interests in the acquisition of lands and intercste-thercin
 9 and in the development of recreational facilities immediately
10 downstream of the Chatficld Dam, in lieu of apportion of tbe-
11 authorized channel improvement, for the purpose of-flood

12 control and-rccrefttioih
13       (b) -Such participation shall (1) consist of the amounfe-

14 of savings- realized by the United States, as determined by
15 -the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of

16 Engineers, in not constructing that portion of the authorized
17 -channel improvement below the dam, together-witli-saeh-
18 ffliaro of any land acquisition and rccrca-&»n-development-

19 costs, over and above - that nmount, that the Secretary of

20 -the-Amiy defropmmes--is-e«mpamhlo to the ahare-available'
21 under—similar Federal—^H^g-m-i us providing          financial-assist-

22 -tmce-for-rcoreatiOH *vnd -open spnucs, (2) in the-mstftiHH^-ef-
23 the a foyettien^onod- liHrtl-iw^vhiitioih—be-rest-r-ieled—to-tho.se-
24 l<HHls-<Wmed-i>eeesi^Hy -by-tJie-iSecr-et-Hr^—of-t-ho Army for-


                                 833
                                     65

     1 flood control pin-poses, and (3) not othcrwiseHFediicc tbc-

     2 locnl cooperation required under the project.

     3        -(o) Prior to flic furnishing of the participation autJiejF-

     4 izcd by this Act. non Federal interests shall enter into n.

     5 binding written agreement with the Secretary of the Army

     6    to prevent any encroachments in needed flood plain deteH-

     7 -tion (irons whioh would reduce their capability for flood do -

     8    tcntion and- recreation.

f    9        SEC. 129. The project for the Eoguc River, Oregon and

    10 California, authorised by section 203 of the Flood Control

    11 Aot of 1962 (76- Stetr-4-17&r -^02) is hereby med&ed-to-

    12 provide that, with respect to the irrigation nspcet of the

    13 Applogatc Dam and Reservoir, appropriate- non Federal

    14 interests shall make necessary -arrangements witlv the Sco-

    15 ~etary of the Interior, prior to-nse-of 4he project for irriga-

    16 tion, for repayment under the provisions uf the reclamation
I   17 laws of the costs alloonied to irrigation-

    18        SEC. 190. That plan for flood protection in the Big Sandy

    19 I&rcr Bnain, Kentucky, West Virginia, nnd Virginia in-

    20 eluded in the comprobensive pkw-foi-4U>o4-eottt-Fol in the-

    21 Ohio Eivcr Bftoin, anthemed- -\>y—tl}e-54ood-€k)ntFol Act,
                         >

    22 approved Jujio-^i>-,^^0-{49-.Stet. -l^fO>, as amemlcd mid

    23 modified, ^'hereby-further modifie<l t-o- «u4horke Ae Seere-
                    Vt
    24 rar^T of thcftdgrmy, aetmg--through the Chief of Engineers, to
                     **".
                        r-'




         H.R.10203 —-5                  ,, ., .
                                        OO'l
    1   provide all communities in the Tug Fork Tfillcy of the Big
    2 Sandy Bivor Bnoin, Kentucky. Virginia, and Wi3t Virginia?

    3 with comprehensive flood protection by a combination uf
    4 locftl flood protection works and residential flood- pFOoftag

    5 similar-to the monsuFes described l>y the Chief of Engineers
    6 in the Report oa Tug Fork, July 1070. except that such

    7 authorization shall be limited to the phase I-de-sign memo-
    8 ran&Hft -stage—of- advanced- engineering- and design at an
    9 estimated cost of 81,200,000.                                     •

10          SEC. 191. The Xcw York Harbor collection and removal
11 of drift project is bcrcb}- modified in accordance with the

12 recommendations contained in "Survey Report &* Review of

13 Project, New York Harbor Collection nnd Eomoval of Drift,-

14      dntcd June 1968, revised March 1969, and April 1071, ya
15 file- iii the Office, Chief of Engineers. -There is -authorized 4^
16 ho npproprintod not to cxf-ccd Si 1,000,000 to corn- out tlic
17 -modification authorized hy-this scctioft7—
                                                                        |
18         SEC. 102. (a) The hurricane flood protoetioH—|»r-ojef4-
19 on Ixike rontolinrtrnin. Loui^innn, -mrtborizt-.d by auution 204
20 of the Flood C'ontrol Act of 1965 (Public- Law 89 208) in-
f
21 licrchy modified to provide-that nun Ft'doral
22 may ngroo to pay the unpaid ImlniK-e-ttf-
23 dtt% with interest^ «v-yem4y- m.
24. mont-s will be- Hiiti»ted-wl>eH-4lit
25 tho-projet'i- is- eempk'k^HH^

                             835
                                             67

     1   mont be dcltTjcd more than ten ycara after the initiatieft-ef
     2 project construction. Bach installment shall not be 4css than
     3 ^Be- twenty fifth of the remaining unpaid balance plus intcr-
     4   cst on such balance. and the totftl of such installments shall

     5 be sufficient to achieve full payment, including interest,
     6   within twenty-five years of the initiation of project eom.trnc-
     7 -&OB-.



t
     8          {b) The rate of- interest on the unpaid balance shall
     9 be that specified in section 301 (b) of the Water- Supply

    10 Act of 1958 (Public Law 85 500) .
    11          (o) Any payment agreement pursuant to the provisions
    12 of this- Act shall be in writing, and the provision
    13 tiono ( b ) , ( c ) , and (c) of section 221 of

    14 trol Act of 1970 (Public Law 91 611)- shall be applicable
    15 to such written agreement?


t   16
    IT
               SEC. 193. Section 107 of tkc River nr.d Harbor Act
         of 1948       (62 Staat. 1174)            ia a

    18 "-623,000" ami-inserting in Ittnt *hcrcof "845:000".
    19         SEC. 191.        (n) The Secretory of the Army. m4iflff

    20 th-reugh the Chief of Enghtwr*r iw tttHl-mrix-rtl-tt-ml tliiv
    21 in coordination with the State of KontueUy—ftml—a-p^m
    22 printo local agc'iicion, (o rejiair t-xiritiiig--tit>
    23 Bivcr Eond nt I&bbk-4Ttfr*}h-U<-M-M »e 4* mnl y ,

    2*1 n^ appropriate, to-ivWn4i' -Uivor I4t*tnl «-ml—H>- -tt+h^t- j=tu4
    25   iwe^letl—hi-wjvm— brt-hlv—pv-t»kit'Ht-nt- - Vrtrt'-lx^ -i-t >- -j nwt-

                                              836
                                 68

 1   erosion dnnmgo to public1 and private facilities aKflnd ncnr

 2 Boonc Count}'.

 3       4^)—There is authorized to be appropriated not to

 4 exceed S100,000 for the River Eoad work authorized by

 5 this section and not to exceed -S300.000 to construct the

 6 -bank protection work-;.

 7       SEC. 105. (a.) The project for Eussian Eivor, Dry Crook,

 8   California, ad authorized ia section 203 of the Flood Control

 9 Act of 1962 (76 Stat. 1173), as modified, ij further modified          •

10 te-fttttherae ftftd- direct the Secretary of the Army, acting

.11 through -the Chief ef ^Engmeei% to study ^feb- losses on the-

12 fegsian River which may be attributed to the opcratioa-ef

13 fee Ceyete Dam <M>mponent dhtlie project ami 4o-mekKle4R-

11 tbi^^tid}7, thc-C4«cf of Engineers' recommendations -en-

15 measurc^-tts-fflay :be-ag^fepriatc, tu mitigate any -judi looses

16 such as po^ible expansion of the capacity of the fish hatchery

17 at die Warm -Springs dam component- of the project.

18        ( b| The Secretary of the Army-sbftH-t-r^nsmit- fchis-sfcidy-

19 together with the Chief of Engineer^1 rocuiiimcittlatioiio to {he

20 Congress- as seen a^^ftetieaMe -after •thc-ditte trf -enactment-

21 -of this Act.

22
23 Chief -of -Sngineeix in author-i'/ed and

24. ««d ^uly4he f«Hri))94fv of iie^iiinng, »»> «- part. tt

25 ff>r Kf hot Lake, Kentntiky, a-Hlh<n'i5ti-d-l»y

                                837
                                        69
                        , nn area consisting of approximately 4,000-fteres-

     2 for maintenance in its natural state-an4 for-the-purpose of

     3 -environmental investigations:

     4        SEC. 107. (A) In order to prevent damage to any lantt

     5 -structure or shore area immediately adjacent to the portion

     6 of the Ohio River extending from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Ncw-

     1    Matnmoras, Ohio, the Commandant of the Coast Guard

     8    (hereafter in this .section referred-te-as- Hie "commandant^}

     9 ahnll develop and is^tHj-^:Hle3-}Hi^H;egttifttioas-gt»veHHng--tbe--

    10 movement and anchorage uf vessels and l>arge» in tlia4 portion

    11 -of-sueh river-.

    12         (b) Whoever violates a rule or- regulation issued under

    13 this section shall be linWe-te-a -civil-penalty-of net-mere-
    1-i tlinn Si 0,000. The Secretary oM-hc-PeBfrrtmenfe m wliioh-

    15 the Con*t -Gtta-rd is opernting-fheyeftftey- in *fe section- re-


i   16 leFye^.-tu n» the "Sccretfliy") may -assess undr collect--any

    17 I'ivil jHsiialt\ ineurred under thi> .>eetk>n and, in liit. discretion-,

    18 remit, mitigate, or compromise ttny peitftlEy. Upon failure

    19 k)-eolleot- or- caropronnsc-a—penalty, t-he Secretary may re-

    20 tfue?rfc4lH'--At-torney General t-t^ cojiHuence action for collection

    21 in-any-d^fficl-coHrt- of rite-E^Hted-State^v-^-vesM-l used-or

    22 employed-Hi-a-violation of n nilc or regulation issued under-

    23 thii^ •;icetioiv-shrtlM>e-4'ffll)lc—i»r rein and mny he pi weeded

    24 -againhtr-in—any (li»H!iet—co\vr-t- of -the- -'P-nited -Ktet-es

    25 -jur4s4ictionr


                                           838
                                                     70

 1             (c) yothing in this section shall be construed to amend-
 2    or repeal any provision of the Ports and Waterways Safety
 3    Act of 1973 (86 Star. 12-1)- or any regulation issued there'
 4

 5            SEC. 198. This title may bo cited as the "Water


 7                   TITLE n -RIVER BASES" MONETARY
 8                                          AUTHORIZATIONS
 9            SEC. 201.              (a) In addition to previous authorizations,
10    there is hereby authorized to be appropriated fur the proso-

11 -cutiou of the comprehensive plan of development of each
12    rlvor basin under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the
13    Army referred to in the first column below, which.-was bnsi-

14    cull}' authorized by the Act referred to by date of enactment-
15    in -the second column be-low^ an amount not- to exceed-thftfc

16    shown opposite such river basin in the third •column below:


     Alatama-CooiJ Rnef Bann
     Arkansai River Basin
                                                                                   Di!e

                                                                           Mil. 2.1945
                                                                     .. .. June 28.1938
                                                                                               Amount

                                                                                           J31.00i),000
                                                                                            14,000,000
                                                                                                          t
     Biaiot River Basin                                                    Sept. 3,1954     19.000,000
     Central and southern Florida                                          June30.1948      15.000,000
     ColombiaRr.-t Basin                             „                     Jone28.I944      91.000,000
     Mississippi River and tiibptaiiej.                                    May 15,1928     211.000,000
     Missouri River Basin....                                              June 18.1938     72.000,000
     Noilh branch,Sutnoetiani River Basin                                  July 3.195S      £4,000,000
     Ohio River Basin..                                                    Jime22.1936     120.000,000
     Opatnita R.«r Basin                                                   Ma/ 17.1950       -1000.000
     Red River Waterway project..       .                        .         An? 13.19CS        J.OOO.OM
     San Joaquin River Basin...                          .                 Dec- 'Q. 1944    Si.MO.GOO
     SoothPlalte River Basin. .                ...           .             May 17.1950      15,000,000
     Upper Mississippi River Bum..                                         June 28,1938       4,000,000
     White River Basin                                                     June 28,1938       9.000,000


17             (b-) The-total .-nnuunt iuitlwriaed-t-o-be-appyapyiated-by-
18 -t-hiii section sball-uol c-xcood •S^^TO-.jfa^OOr-
19           -J»KC'-. 303. fPhe Secretary of-tlie Army, iu-(-mg-t-]Hwtgh-4lH*-
20 •CIlti»f-t»f-'Enginoorg1 \t, rtuthw

                                              830
                                                     71
        /\f  rti/v   l\ftlVL"i AWfcT'lAll 4r>ATif w»i-fcl ••»-A>w*L*f* *\-y\rl   f*rt4-l\r> r>1-   ly\^A^f* f\n
    1   \ft -tiiv    mi it n. ciTTSjiuii truiitivr " Ul no lltitt                cjulUliutv        iw u\>3 vlt



    2   Ae Sflornmcnto River. California, authorized fey &e Flood

    3   Control =?tet of I960, ift accordftncc with *ke rccommcn

    i   dations ef tfee ebief ef Ei^ginccrs ift House Document N

    5   bcrccl 03               r
                                                                       {{
    G          Qrr      OA'? JL U1J i »nv Illltl IJL" Ullvil fto 111U T>:,-
               •-'J^V'. ~\j*j. fPlli" f-jflr mm- lin />if/»fl ac rlir-    JLl 11



    7   3Iono.tnry Authorization Aefc el 1073".

    S TTrZ^J I—WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
I
10
    9          #EC. 1. (a) The Secretary of Hie Army, aclinfj through

        the Chief of Engineers, ?.v hereby authorized to undertake

11      (he phase I design memorandum .ttaye of advanced cnfjineer-

12      ing and desifjn of the following multiple-purpose water re-

13      sources development projects, substantially in accordance

14.     with, and subject to the conditions recommended by the Chief

15      of Engineers in, the reports herein a fte-r de»i(inaled,


I
16

17
                            MIDDLE ATLANTIC COASTAL APEA

               The project for hurricane-flood protection al Virginia

18      Bench, Virginia: //oj/.sc Document Numbered Q2-3ft~), at an

19      estimated cosl of .$'!)o4,000.

20                                       JAMES itn'Eft Jfcis/.v

21             The project for flood protection for the city of Bucna

22      Visla on the 3faury                      Rimr, Virginia: House Document

23      Numbered ,fJ3-ofi, at an estimated cost of SRfiX




                                                       840
                               72
 1                       SALT RIVER BASIN

 2      The project for Camp Ground Ldke on Beech Fork in
 3 the Salt River Basin, Kentucky, for flood protection, and
 •i other purposes: House Document Numbered .9.2-374, at an
 5 estimated cost of 8330,000.
 6                  PASCAGOrLA RIVER BASIN

 7       The project for flood protection and other \purposes on
 8 Bowie Creel', Mississippi: House Document Numbered 92-
 9 3o9. at an estimated cost of 8390,000.
10                     PEARL RIVER BASIX

11      The project for flood control and other puposcs on the
12 Pearl River. Mississippi: House Document Numbered 92-
13 282, at on estimated cost of 8310,000.
14               UPPER MISSISSIPPI     RIVER .BASIN

15      The project for flood control and oilier purposes on
16 the Zumhrn River at Rochester, Minnesota: Report of the

17 Chief of Engineers dated June 7, 1973, in Bouse Docu-
18 mail Ninnhered 93-1 ~i(i, al fin eslimalef] eosl of $1.30.000.
                                                                      i
19               LOWER MISSISSIPPI     RIVER BASIN

20      The project for Greenville Harbor, Greenville, Missis-
Si *ippi: Senate Document Xuinhered 93-38, at an estimated
22 eosl of $200,000.
23      The project for flood protection for the cast haul,- of the
24 Mississippi River, Warren to Wilkinson Counties, Missis-


                             841
                                     73
     1 sippi (Natchez area): House Document Numbered 93-14.S,
     2 at an estimated cost of SloO,000.
     3       The project for flood control and other purposes for the
     •t BusJihy Bayou area of the lied River backwater area, Loui-
     5 siana: House Document Numbered 98—157. at an esti-
     6 mated cost of 8300,000.
     7                      PEE DEE PIVER       BASIN




t    8       The project for flood control and other purposes on
     9 Roaring River Reservoir. North Carolina: in accordance
    10 irilh the recommendation* <>f the Secretary of the *.rmy in
    31 1m report dated April 12. 1971. on lue Development of
    12 Water Resource* in Appalarhia. al an estimated cost of
    13 8400,000.
    14                    ALT AM All A ItlYEP   BASIX

    15       The project for fffioil control and other jnirposeis at Curry


i   16 Creel'Reservoir, ffwrfjia:
    M
                                     in acconiatice with the rccommen-
         dalions of the Secretary <>f the Army in his report dated
    18 April 12, 1.071, on [he Den-lopmcnl of Walcr Resources in
    10 Api>filrtdiia. al an estimated coxl uf S-1 OfkOOO.
    20                       COOS A TUYEIi    JtASIX

    21       The project for flood control and other purposes al

    22 Dal Ion Reservoir, Cuiiasdiiyn Itirer, (tcnri/ia: in accordance

    23   irilli ihc recommendations of Ihc ttecrcluri/ of Ihc Army in

    2-1 his report 'Idled April 1.2, 7,9/7, on the Development of



                                       842
                                 74
 1 Water Resources in Appatachia, at an estimated cost of
 2 .$440,000.
 3                    GUADALUPE RIVER BASIX

 i       The project for flood control and oilier purposes on the
 5 Blanco River at Clopton Crossing, Texas: House Document
 6 Numbered 92-364, at an estimated cost of S177,000.
 7                     ARKANSAS RIVER BASIN

 8       The project for flood protection and other purposes on
 9 the Arkansas River and tributaries above John Martin Dam,

10 Colorado: Ilmise Document Numbered 93-143, at an esii-
11 malcd cost of $1,140,000.
12                       SPRING RIVER      BASIX

13       The project for flood control and other purposes on
14 Center Creel' near Joplin, MUwuri: House Document Num-
15 lered 92-361, at an estimated cost of $150,000.
16                     COLUMBIA       RIVER BAiilX

1^       The project for installation of poircr f/eneralinf/    facili-

18 lies al the Libby Rcrvfjulalinfj     Dam, Koolcnai Hirer, Mon-
19 tana: Semite Documc.nl Numbered !)3-£fl, al an ex!>maled

20 rod of $10,000.
21       (])) The Secretary of the Army is authorized to under-

22 fake advanced (nj/ini-i.-rint/ and desif/n for Ihf projects in sub-

23 section (a) of Ihix section after completion of the phase ?

24 fli'xujn memorandum xliu/t of xuch pwjcrl*. Such fidi\anccd

25 cnuinccrinfj and dtxifjn may /;< undt rlakin only upon a find-

                               843
                                    75
    1 ing by the Chief of Engineers, transmitted to the Committees
    2 on Public Works of the Senate and House of Representatives,
    3 that the project is icithoitl substantial controversy, that it
    4 is substantially in accordance with and subject to the con-
    5 ditions recommended for .fitch project in this section, and
    6    that the advanced enyineeriny and dcsiyn will l>e com-
    1 patible with any project .modifications          which may be


t   8 under consideration. There is authorized to carry out this
     9 subsection not to exceed $5,000,000. No funds appropriated
    10 under this subsection may be used for land acquisition or
    11 commencement of construction.
    12       SEC. 2. Sections 201 and 202 and (he last three sen-
    13 tenccs in section 203 of the Flood Control Act of 1068 shall
    14   apply to all projects authorized in this section. The followiny

    15 works of improvement for the benefit of naviyalion and the

i   16   control of destructive floodwaters and other purposes are

    17 hereby adopted and authorized to be .proseciihd by the -S'trc-

    18   relary of the Army, acliny ihrouyh the Chief of Enyineers, in

    19   accordance with the plan* and subject to the condition* rec-

    20   ommcnded by the Chief of Enyincerx in the respective re-

    21 ports hereinafter designated.
    22                    DELAWARE Till Fli B.-IW.V

    23       The project for local flood jiroli-clion on Wabash Creel:,

    24   Boronyh of Tamaqua, Pennsyh-rniia: In accordance trilli

    25   the recommendations of the Xci-rclary of the Army in his

                                         844
                                76
 1 report dated April 12. 1071. on the Development of Water
 ? Resources in Appalachia, at an estimated coat of $2,353,000.
 3                  CHARLES lUYER      WATERSHED

 4       The project for flood control and other purposes in the
 5   Charh'f! Hirer Watershed,, Ma^acliuseUs: Si-port of the Chief

 6 of Engineer* dated December 6, 1.07'2, fit an estimated cost
 1 of S7MO,000.
 8                UPPER MISSISSIPPI    JilVEK   BASIX

 9       The project for flood control and other purposes at

10 Prairie du Chicn, Wisconsin: Report of the Chief of Enf/i-

11 neers dated February fJ. 1,97.2, at an eatimaied- cost of
12 SI.840,000.
13       SEC. S. The West Tennessee tributaries feature, Missis--
14 sippi Rirer and Tributaries project (Obion and Forked Deer
15 Rivers), Tennessee, authorized by the Flood Control Acts
16 approved June 30,10-18. and Xnvembur 7, Ifl66, as amended
IT ami modified, i.s hereby further amended substantially in
18 accordance irilh the ri-cttmmctid'itioiix of the Chief of Enfji-
19 ni'iT* in House Document Xvinhered .02-3(17, at an estimated
20 cusl of *fi,600,000.
21       SEC. A. The project for beach erosion control on Ediz
22 Hook at Port Anr/dcx, Wiixliiunlon, is authorized subslan-
23 lialli/ in accordance irilh the recommendations of the Chief
24 of Engineer.* in 11 HIM- Document Xinnherei] HS-101, at an
25 estimated cost of SJ,~ri3.0f)0.   The Xeerelnry »f the Army,
                             845
                                     77

     1   acting through the Chief of Enqineers is authorized to un-
     2   derlake, in connection with such project, such emeryrncy in-
     3 terim measure* as may be necessary to prevent the breach itnj

     4   of Ediz Hook prior to const ruction of the authorised project

     5       SEC. -5. The Secretary of the Army, acting through the
     6   Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to removt

     7 from Manislcc Harbor, Michigan, the sunken steamer Glen.



i    S       SEC. (L Section 103 of the River and Harbor Act of
     9 1070 is amended to read as follows:

    10       "SEC. 103. The cost of operation and maintenance of the

    11 general navigation features of smaJl boat harbor projects shall

    12 be borne by the United States. This section, shall apply to

    13 any such project authorized. _ (A)       under section 201 of the

    14   Flood Control Act of 1965. (B) under section 107 of the

    15 River and Harbor Act of If) GO. (C) between January 1,


i   16 1.070. and December SI, 7.970. under authority of lhi& Act,
    37 and to projects heretofore authorized in accord a net n'ith the

    IS   -policy set forth in the preceding sentence and to such jn'ojecls

    19   authorized in this Act or irhich are hereafter authorized."

    20    V SEC. 7. (a) Section J1fi.(a) of the River and Harbor
    21 Act of If/70 (Public Lav 91 -till) is amended by in*erl>nu
                   s

    22 before Ihe period the folloiriuf/: *', and thereafter In maintain

    23 such channel free of such trees, roots, debris, and objects".
    24        (b) Section lHi(c) of Ihe River and Harbor Act of

    25   7/770 (Public Lair U1-H11) is amended by inserlint/ before


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                                78
1 the period (he following: "to clear the channel, and not to
2 exceea SloO.QOO each fiscal year thereafter to maintain such
3    channel".
4       SEC. 8. The Secretary of the Army, actinf/ through the
 5 Chief of Engineers, is authorized to operate and maintain
 6 the San Francisco Bay-Delta Model in Sausalito, California,
 1 for the purpose of testing proposals affecting      the environ-
 8 mental finality of the region, including, but not limited to,
 9 salinity intrusion, dispersion of pollutants, water quality, im-
10 provcments for navigation, dredging, bay fill physical struc-
11 lures, and other shoreline changes which might affect         the
12 regiment of the bay-delta waters.
13       SEC. .</. The renuitemenl in any water resources devcl-
14 opmeiil project undo- the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the
15 Army, that non-Federal interests hold and save the United
16 Stales free from damages due to the construction, alteration,
17 find maintenance of the project, r/w.s not include damage* due
IS   lo the fault or negligence of the United States or its
                                                                       I
19 contractors.
20       SEC. 10. The McClellan-Kerr Arkansas Piver nariga-
21 lion system, authorized by the Act entitled ''An Act au-
22 thoris'nif/ (he construction nf certain public works on rircrs
23 and harbors for flood control, and for other purposes", ap-
24 proved June .2N, W3$ (~t2 Slat. 1213), as mm-ndeil and
25 xuppli-nwnliil, is Jnrcby further modified to includi allt ration

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                                     79
    1    at Federal expense of tlie municipal water supply facilities of

    2    tlie city of Conway, Arkansas, by the construction of water

    3 supply impoundment facilities at a location outside the flat

    i flood plain of Cadron Creek, toaether with interconnecting
     5 pipeline and other appurtenant work, .<?o that the water

     6 supply capacity of the resultant municipal facilities is ap-

    1    proximately e *uivalent to that existing prior to construction

     8 of the navigation system.

     9       SBC. 11. (a) The Secretary of the Army is hereby au-

    10   thorized and directed to cause surveys to be made at the

    11 following locations for flood control and allied purposes,

    12 and subject to all applicable provisions of section 217 of

    13 the Flood Control Act of 1970 (Public Law 91-611) :

    14       San Luis Obispo County, California.
    15       East Two Rivers between Toirer, Minnesota, and Yer-



I   16 milion Lake.
    17       Buffalo

    18 ment study).
                       River Basin, New York (waslewater manaae-



    19       Palo Blanco Creel; and Oibolo Creel', at and in Ihc ricin-

    20 ~ily of Falfiirrias, Texas.
    21       (b) The Secretary of tin- Army />• hereby authorized

    22   and directed to cause survey* In h     made fit the folloiriny

    23 locations and subject to all applicable pmrmans of section
    24   110 of the River and Harbor Act of 1fl~)0:




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                                   80
 1            Miami River, Florida, with a view to determining

 2       the feasibility and advisability of dredging the river in

 3       tlie interest of water quality.
 4            Port Las Marcos, Puerto Rico, with a view to de-

 5       termining the feasibility and advisability of assumption

 6       of maintenance of the project by the United States.

 7            Saint Marys River at, and in the vicinity of, Sault

 8       Sainte Marie, Michigan, with a vien- to determining the

 9       advisability of developing a ilcep draft navigation harbor
10       and international port.

11       SEC. 12. (a) As soon as practicable after the date of

12 enactment of this section and at least once each year there-

13 after, the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief

14 of Engineers, shall review and submit to Congress a list of

15   tho*c authorized projects for works of improvement of rivers

16   and harbors and other waterways for navigation, beach ero-

17 sion, flood control, and other purposes which have been

18 authorized for a period of at least eight years and which he
                                                                      I
19 determines, after appropriate review, should- no longer be

20 authorized. Each project so listed shall be accompanied by

21   I lie recommendation of th( Chief of Engineers together with

22 his reasons for such recommendation. Prior to the submission
03 of such, list to the Congress, the Secretary of the Army,
24 acting through the Chief of Engineers, shall obtain the

25   weirs of interested Federal departments, agencies, and in-

                              841)
                                 81
1    strumentalities, and of the Governor of each State wherein
2 such project would be located, which views shall be fur-
3 nished within sixty days after being requested by the Sec-
4    retari/ and which shall accompany the list submitted to

 5   Congress.
6        (b) Such list shall be delivered to both Houses on the
1 same day and to each Rouse while it is in session. A project
 8   on such list shall not be authorized at the end. of the first
 9 period of one hundred and cif/hty calendar days of continuous

10 session of Congress after the date such list is delivered to it
11   unless between the date of deliverj/ and the end of such one
12 hundred and eighty-day period, either the Committee on
13 Public Works of the House of Representatives or the. Com-
14 mittee on Public Works of the Senate adopts a resolution
15   slatinf/ that such project shall continue to be an authorized.
16   project. For the purposes of thin section continuity of session

17   is broken only by an adjournment of Congress sine die, and'
18   the days on which cither House j.v not in session because of
19 an adjournment of more than three days to a day certain a.re

20 excluded in the computation of the one hundred and c-inhty-
21 day period. The proriJons of thin section shall not apply
22 to any project contained in a list of projects submitted to
23 the Conyress irilhin one hundred find einhly dai/s pn-ccdinf)
24 the date of adjournment sine die of any session of Com/resit.
25        (c) Xolhinf/   in this section shall he const rued so <is to

       IKE, 10208        6
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                                82
 1 preclude the Secretary from withdrawing any project or
 2 projects from such list at any time prior to the final day
 3 of the period provided for in subsection (b).
 4        (d) This section shall not be applicable to any project
 5 which has been included in a resolution adopted pursuant
 6 to subsection (b).
 7         (e) The Secretary of the Army, acting through the
 8 Chief of Engineers, shall on request by resolution of the
 9 Committee on Public Works of the Senate or the Committee
10 07?- Public Works of the Ilouse of Representatives, review
11 authorized projects for inclusion in the list of projects pro-
12 vided for in subsection (a) of this section. If any project
13 so reviewed is not included in any of the first three lists
14 submitted to the Congress after the date of the resolution
15 directing the review of the project, a report, on the review
16 together with the reasons for nut recommending dcauthoriza-       4fc

17 Hon, shall be submitted to the Committees on Public Works          ^^
18 of the Senate and House of Representatives not later than
19 the date of the third list submitted to Congress after the date         •
20 of ysi/c/j. resolution.                                                 t

21      \SEC. 13. Scclion 207(c) of the Flood Control Act of
22 1MO (33 U.S.C. 70lr-1.(c)) is hereby amended to read as
23   follows:

24        "(c) For water resources projects to be constructed- in
25 the future, irhcn the taking by the Federal Government of
                                83
 1 an. exist ing public road necessitates replacement, the substitute

 2 provided will, as nearly as practicable, serve in the same

 3 manner and reasonably as well as the existing road. The head

 4 of (lie agency concerned is authorized to construct such sub-

 5 stitutc roads to the design standards which the State or owning

 6 political division irould use in constructing a new road under

 7 similar conditions of geography and under similar            traffic

 8 loads (present and projected). In any case where a State

 9 o?' political subdivision thereof requests that such a substitute

10 road be constructed to a higher standard than that provided

11 for in the preceding provisions of this subsection, and pays,

12 prior to commencement of such construction, (he additional

13 costs involved due to such higher standard, such agency head

14 is authorized to construct such, road to such higher standard.

15 Federal costs -mder the provisions of this subsection shall be

16 part of the nonreimbursable project costs."

1^       SEC. 14. The project for the Sand-ridge Dam and

18 Ttese.rvoir, Ellicotl Creel; Xew York, for flood protection

19 and other purposes as authorized by the Flood Control

20 Act of 1.070, ?.s- hereby modified to authorize the Secretary

21 of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, to

22 undertake remedial flood control measures to alleviate flood-
23 iny }7j flip reach between fttahl Ttoad awl Niagara Falls

24 Boulevard that arc compatible with the diversion channel

25 -plan contained in the report of the District Engineer, United


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                               84
1 Stales Army Engineer District, Buffalo, dated August 1973,
2 such work to be subject to the items of local cooperation
 3   required for similar projects and such luork to be limited to

4 areas downstream from Sweelhome Road in the town of
 5 Amherst. New Tori; ami such oilier areas as the Secretary

 6 may deem necessary. Tlie work authorized by this section
1 shall be compatible with the authorized project and any
 8 alternatives currently under study pursuant to the Flood

 9 Control Act of 1970.
10       &EC. Id. The project for flood protection at Saint Louis,
                                                                     i
11 Missouri, authorized by the Act of August 9, 1955 (69
12 Stal. 54.0), is hereby modified to authorize the Secretary
13 of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, to
14   reconstruct the existing service and access roads along the

15 line of protection so as to adequately carry present and
16 anticipate"! traffic loads, at an tslimdlcd coat of $1,300,000.   A

17   The conditions of local cooperation    recommended l)y the

18 Chief of Enyineerx in Xenalv Document Numbered 57,
19 Eiglily-fuurlh Conr/rcss, shall be applicable to the recon-
20 slrucled access roads. AY; appropriation for sucli rccon-             ,
21 atruclion shall be authorized until the engineering plans
22 hare been submitted In the Commit tecs on Public Works
23 of llic T"trilcd 8laics Senate and House of Representatives
24 and approved by resolution of such committees.
25       SEC. 16. (a) The comprehensive -plan for flood con-

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                                     85
     1 trol and other purpose* »;? llic White River Basin, as au-
     2 thorizcd by the Act of June 2f*. 1.938 (o2 Slat. 1215),
     3 and as modified and amended by subsequent Acts, is fur-
 4 ther modified to provide for a free hinhivay bridge built
     5 to modern, standards over the Norfork Reservoir at an
     6 appropriate location, in the area where United States High-
 7      way 62 and Arkansas Stale Highway 101 were inundated
 8      as a result of the construction of the Norfork Dam and
 9 Reservoir. Such bridge shall be constructed by the Chief
10 of Engineers in accordance with such plans as are deter-
11 mined to be satisfactory by the Secretary of the Army to
12 provide adequate crossing facilities. Prior to construction
13 the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of
li      Engineers, shall enter into an agreement with appropri-
15 ale non-Federal interests as determined by him, which
16 shall provide that after construction such. non-Federal in-
17 I crest a .shall own, operate, and maintain such bridges and
IS      approach facilities free to the public.
19           (b) The cost of constructing such bridge shall be borne
20 by the United States c.rccpt that the Stale of Arkansas shall,
21 upon completion of such bridge, reimburse the United States
22 the sum of Sl,342,000 plus interest for the pe.riod from May
23 29, 1943, to the dale of the enactment of this Act. Such
24 interest shall be com puled a\ a rale fletc.rmine.d- % the Sec-
25 ret fir i/ of the Treasury to be efjual to the average annual

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                                  86
 1   rate on all interest-bearing obligations of the United States

 2 forming a part of the public debt on May 29, 1943, and

 3 adjusted to tlie nearest one-eighth of 1 per centum.

 4       SEC. 17. The project* for Mclv-ern Lake and Pomona

 5 Lake, Kansas, authorized as units of the comprehensive plan

 6 for flood control and oilier purposes. Missouri River Basin,                 •_

 7   by the Flood Control Act approved September 3. 1964, are

 8 hereby modified to authorize llu- Secretary of the Army, acting        ^fe

 9 through the Chief of Engineers, to improve surface roads in

10 the vicinity of such projects which he determines to be neces-

11 sary for appropriate utilization of such projects. The Federal

12 share of (lie work performed        under this section shall not

13 exceed 70 per centum of the costs of such work. There is

14 authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary not to e.rcced

15 SoOO.OOO to carry out this .-section.

16       SEC. /.9. The project for Tutlle Creek Reservoir, Big             A

17 Blue Hirer. Kansas, authorized as a unit of the comprehen-

ds sin- plan for flood control and other purposes, Missouri River

19   Bnxrn, by llie Flood Control Act approved June 28,          lf)38,

20   OK -modified, in hereby further modified to authorize the Sec-             *

21   retary of the Army, aclinr/ through the Chief of Engineers,

22 in his discretion to improve that portion of FAS 120X ex-

23 lending 'from lli<. intersection "'ith Kansas Stale        flif/hway
24 13 in section •'), township .0 south, ranne ft east, :the.nce north

25   and west to the intersection with county road in section 14,

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                                       87
     1   township S south, range 7 east, approximately 5.78 miles.

     2   The Federal share of the work performed under this section.

     3   shall not exceed 70 per centum of the costs of such work.
     4   There is authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary not

     5   to exceed. -$500,000 to carry out this section.
     6       SEC. 19. (a-) The Secretary of the Army, acting through
                                   »
     7   the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to convey


i    8

     9
         to the Andreic Jackson Lodge Numbered o, Fraternal Order

         of Police, of Nashville, Tennessee (hereafter in this section

    10 referred to as the "lodge"), all right, title, and. interest, of

    11 the United 'Slates in and to that real property consisting of

    12 thirty-eight acres, more or 'less, which is located within the

    13   Old Hickory lock and dam project and. which, is presently

    14 leased, to the lodge under lease numbered AA-40058-

    15   CJVEyO-60-431, dated December 1, 1959.

    16       (b) The cost of any surveys necessary as an incident

    17   of the conveyance authorized by this section shall be borne

    18 by rhe lodge.
    19       (c) Title to the property authorized to be conveyed

    20 by this section shall revert lo Ihc United Stales, which shall

    21 have the right of immcdiat( entry thereon, if the lodge shall

    22 ever -use, or permit to be used, any part of such properly
    23 for any purpose other than as a youth camp facility.
    24       (d) Tlie conveyance authorized' by this section shall be

    25 made upon payment hy the lodge to the Secretary of the

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                                  88
  1 Army of an amount of money equal to flic fair market value

  2 of the property. The fair market value of such properly shall

  3 'be determined by an independent qualified appraiser ac-

  4   ceptable to loth the Secretary of the Army and the lodge.

  5 No conveyance may be made pursuant to this section after

  6   the close of the twelfth month, after the month in which this

  1 \ection is enacted.
     \
  8

 .9
      \ SEC. 20. Section 213 of the Flood Control Act of 1970

      (84 Stat. 1S24, 1829) is hereby amended by (1) inserting         I
 10 before the period at the end of (he first sentence the follow-

, 11 ing: il.at an estimated cost of Sll,400,000" and (.2) striking
 12 out the last sentence.

 13       SEC. 21. The project for flood protection on the Minnc-

 H    sola River al Mankato-Xorlh Mankalo, Minnesota, autlwr-
 15 ized by the Flood Control Act of 1958 and modified by

 16 section 207 of the Flood Control Act of 1965, is hereby            A

 17   further modified to authorize the Secretary of the Army.

18    acting through the Chief of Engineers, to reimburse the city

19    uf ^fankato for local coda incurred in relocating lhal portion

20    of the c.risling Mankato inli-rceplor sewer extending approx-        ,

21    imalely one thousand si.c hundred feel upstream and one

22    tlionxdiid fire hum I red fed    dfiwnxln'tim of the Warren

23    Creek Pumjiiut/ Xlalwii, pror-i Jcd the relocated interceptor
24 wwer is designed and ((instructed in a manner which the



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                                         89
         1 Secretary of (lie Army determines is fully adequate to serve
         2 the project- -purpose.
         3       SEC. 22. (a) The Secretary of the Army, acting through
         •t the Chief of Engineers, is authorized to cooperate ivilh
         5 any State in the preparation of comprehensive plans for
         6 the development, utilization, and conservation of the water
         1 and related resources of drainage basins located within the


t        8 boundaries of such Slates and to submit to Congress reports
         9 and- recommendations with respect to appropriate Federal
    10 participation in carrying out such plans.
    11           (b) There is authorized to be appropriated not to
    12 e.rcccd S2,000,000 annually to carry out the provisions of
    13 this section except that not more than S200,000 shall be
    14       expended in any one year in any one Stale.
    15          \SEC. 23. Section 1.23 of the River and Harbor Act of

t   16
    If
             1970 (84 Slat. 1818,182S) is hereby amended by adding at
             the end. of subsection (<1) of such section the following:   "In
    18       ihe event such findings occur after the appropriate non-
    19       Federal interest or interest* have entered into the agreement

    20       required by subsection (c), any payments due after the date
    21 of such findings as part of Ihe required, local contribution of
    22 25 per centum of the construction costs shall be waived' by
    23 the Secretary of ihe Army".
    2*           SKC. 24. The Secretary of Ihe Army, acting through the



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                                   90
  1 Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to make a
  2 complete study of the items of local cooperation involving

  3 hold and save harmless provisions which have been required
  4 for water resources development projects under his jurisdic-
  5 tion. and his reasons for such requirements, and to report
  6 thereon to the Congress not later than June 30, 1975, to-
  7 gelher with recommendations as to those items of local co-
  8 operation which should appropriately be required for various
  9 types of water resources development projects.

10        »S'EC. °5. The Secretary of the Army, acting through the

11   Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to study land

12 use practices and recreational uses at water resource devclop-

13 ment projects under his jurisdiction, and to report thereon to

14 the Congress not later than June 30, lfJ7o, with rccommenila-

15   lions as to the best use of such lands for outdoor recreation,

16   jish and wildlife enhancement, and related, purposes.

17     XS'EC. 26. Section 208 of the Flood Control Act of 1954
18   (68 Stal. 1256, 1266) is hereby amended by sinking out
19 "82,000,000"' and inserting in lieu thereof "$.5,000,000",
20 find l)y striking out "-S'J00,000'' and inserting in lieu thereof
21 "$2oO,000".
22      ^SKC. 27. Section 14 of the Act approved Juli/ 24, W46
23   (60 Rial. C>.~,3), ?.s herein/ amended /;// striking out "$1.000.-
24 000" and inserting in lieu thereof "$5,000,000", by inserl-
25 7X<7 afl(;r   lnc
                       words "public works," "churches, hospitals,
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                                     91
    1 schools, and oilier nonprofit public services," and by striking

     2 out "$30,000" and inserting in lieu thereof "$250.0.00".
     3       SEC. 28, The Secretary of the Army, acting through

     4 the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed- to im-

     5 prove perimeter access at Lake Texoma, Texas and Okla-

     6 lioma, utilizing existing roads to the extent feasible. There is

     7   authorized to be appropriated not to exceed $3,000,000 to


t    8 carry out this section.

     9       SEC. 29. The Act entitled "An Act authorizing the city
    10 of Rock L^and, Illinois, or its assigns, to construct, maintain,

    11 and operate a toll bridge across the Mississippi River at or

    12 near Rock Island, Illinois, and to place at or near the city

    13 of Davenport, Iowa", approved March 18, 1938 (52 Stat.

    14 110), is amended—

    15            (1) by inserting after "to reconstruct, enlarge, and


t   16

    17
             extend the approaches" in subsection (b) of the first

             section the following: "(including the eastern approach

    18       in Rock Island, Illinois) ",
    19            (2) by inserting after "approaches'' in subsection.

    20       (c) of the first section the following: "(other than the

    21       eastern approach in Rod' Island, 7-llinois)", and

    22            (3) by inserting at the end of subsection (c) of the

    23    first   section the following: "The reconstruction, enlarge-
    24       mcnl, and extension of the eastern approach in Rock

    25       Island, Illinois, to such bridge pursuant to subsection (b)

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                                92
 1        of tliis section shall be commenced not later than Decem-
 2       ber 1, 1074, and shall be completed before December 1,
 3       1977".
 4       SEC. 30. The project for enlargement of Lavon Reservoir
 5 on the East Fork of the Trinity River, Texas, authorized by
 6 the Flood Control Act of 1962, is hereby modified to au-
 7   Ihorizc the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief
 8 of Engineer, to provide a crossing and approaches at Tickey
 9 Creek and suitable surfacing to permit all-u-cather use of
10 Collin County Road 115, at a cost not to exceed S800,000.
11       SEC. 31. The project for the Atlantic coast of Long
12 Island, Fire Island Jnlet to Monlauk Point, New York, au-
13 thorized in section 101 of the Rirer and Harbor Act of
14 lf)60, is hereby modified to provide that non-Federal in-
15 ler&its shall (1) contribute 30 per centum of the first cost
.1.6 °f the project, including the value of lands, easements, and.
17   rights-of-way; (2) hold and .sr/rc the United States free from

18 damages due to the construction works; and (3)         maintain
19 and operate the improrcmcnls in accordance with regulations
20 prescribed by the Secretary of the Army.
21       SEC. 32. The Secretary of llh Army, acting through
22 the Chief of Engineers, is hereby authorized and directed to
23   (1) make an intensive evaluation of xlrcamlwiik erosion
24: along the Ohio Tfivc-r, with a- vicir to determining whether
25 bank /irolcclion works should be provided at ////.v lime; (2)

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                                     93
     1    develop and evaluate new methods and techniques for bank

     2 protection, conduct research on .soil stability, identify     the

     3    cau-scs of erosion, and recommend means for prevention and

     4: correction of the problems: (3) report to Congress the re-

     5    suits of the studies tor/ether with his recommendations in con-

     6    ncction therewith; and (4) undertake measures to construct

     1    and evaluate demonstration projects as determined by the



i    8

     9
          Chief of Engineers.

              (b) Prior to construction of any projects under sub-

    10 section, (a) non-Federal interests shall at/rcc that they will

    11 provide without cost to the United. States lands, casements,

    12    and rujlils-of-way necessary for construction and subsequent

    13    operation of the projects; hold and save the United States

    14: frec from damages due to construction, operation, and main-

    j5    tcnance of the projects; and operate and maintain the proj-

    16 eels upon completion.

    17         (c) There is authorized to be appropriated not to cx-

    13    cced $10,000.000 for the purposes of this ace-lion.

    jc)       SEC. 33. The flood control project for the Scioto River,

    20    Ohio, authorized by section .203 of the Flood Control Act of

    21    1962, as modified, is hereby further modified. (1) to permit

    22 Ihc construction of local protection irorks at Chillicothe, Ohio,

    23 prior ln commencement of contslruclion of Ilie j\fill Creek

    24 Ri'wroir, and (2) to permit the plan for xm-h irorks to be

    25    revised by the Chief of Eiifjineers .w as lo provide a def/ree


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                               94
 1 of protection substantially equivalent to that provided by the
 2 project as originally authorized.
 3      SEC. 34. The project for Newburgh lock and dam, au-
 4 thorized under authority of section 6 of the River and Harbor
 5 Ad approved March 3, 1909, is hereby modified to direct the
 f> Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers,
 7 to perform bank protection works along the Ohio River at
 S Newburgh, Indiana. Prior to construction, non-Federal in-
 9 terests shall agree that they irill provide without cost to the
10 United States land-*, easements, and rn/ht*-uf-way necessary
                                                                     i
11 for construction and subsequent operation of the irorks; hold
12 and save the United States free from damages due to con-
13 strut-lion, operation, and maintenance of the works, and
14 operate and maintain the works upon completion.
15      SEC. 3d. The project for flood control and improve-
16 menl of the hirer Mississippi River, adopted by the Act of
17 May 1~), 1Q2R (45 Slat. -~'14). as amen fled and modified, is
18 hereby further amended to authorize the Secretary of the
19 Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, to undertake
20 fi demonstration pilot study program of bank stabilization
21 on the delta and hill areas of the Yazoo River Basin,
22 MtMJsxippi, substantially in accordance with the recommui-
23 dations of I lie Chief of Engineers in his report dated' Sep-
24 lender 23, W7.2, at an estimated cost of $.9,300,000.
25      SEC. ,%'. Section ;?.•?.•? of the Flood Control Act- of

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                                     95
     1 1970 (Public Law ,91-611) is amended by inserting at the
     2 end thereof the following: "The Secretary may also pro-
     3 vide for the cost of construction of a two-lane, all-vjeather
     4 paved road (including appropriate two-lane bridges) ex-
     5 tending from Old United States Highway 40, near Weimar
                                 t

     6 across the North Fork and Middle Fork of the American
     7 River to the Eldorado County Road near Spanish            Dry


t    8 Diggings, .substantially in accordance with the report of
     9 the Secretary entitled, 'Replacement Alternative Upstream
    10 Road Systejn, Auburn Reservoir—June 1070'."
    11       SEC. 37. The Secretary of the Army, acting through
    12 the Chief of Engineers, ?'.s authorized and directed to review
    13 the requirements of local cooperation for the Santa Cruz
    l<i Harbor project, Santa Cruz, California, authorized by the
    lo   River and- Harbor Act of 19.58, with particular reference to
    16 Federal and. non-Federal cost sharing, and to report (lie
    17 findings of such review to Congress within one year after
    18 the date of enactment of this section.
    19       SEC. 88. The Secretary of the Army, acting through
    20 the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to review
    21 the requirements of local cooperation for the project for
    22 Anaheim Bay, California, authorized by the River and Har-
    23 bor Act of 1954 for Seal Beach, California, with particular
    24 reference to Federal and non-Federal cost sharing, and to



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 1 report the findings of such review to Congress within one

 2 year after the date of enactment of this section.

 3       SEC. 39. The Secretary of the Army, acting through the

 4   Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to undertake

 5 such emergency bank stabilization works as are necessary to

 6 protect the Sacred Heart Hospital in Tankton, South Da-

 7 Jcota, from damages caused by bank erosion downstream, of
                                                 ^


 8 Gavins Point Dam, Missouri River.

 9       SEC. 4.0. The project for navigation at Port San Luis,

10 San Luis Obispo Harbor, California, authorized by the River

11 and Harbor Act of 196-5, Public Law 80-298, is hereby

12 modified   to authorize (he Secretary of tlic Army, acting

13 through ihe Chief of Engineers, to accept in annual install-

3-1 mcnts during the period of construction the required local

15 interest's share of the cost of constructing the general navi-

16 f/alion features of such project.                                   ^k

T7       SEC. 41. (a) The Secretary of the Army, acting through

18 the Chief of Engineer*, is authorized and directed to make a

19 detailed study and report of the total benefits and costs

20 (itlribuliiblc lu the irater nsanrccs development projects under-

21 taken in the Ohio River Basin by the Corps of Engineers.

22 The evaluation of benefits and cost* attributable to such
23 projects shall include consideration of the enhancement of

24 rif/ional economic development, quality of the total environ-



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                                   97
    1 mcnt, the icell-being of tlie people, and the national economic

     2 development,

     3       (b) The Secretary, acting through the Chief of Engi-

    4 neers, shall report the finding of such study to Congress

     5 within two years after funds are made available to initiate
     6 the study.

     7       (c) There is authorized to be appropriated to the Secre-


t    8 tary not to exceed 82,000,000 to carry out this section.

     9      SEC. 42. The comprehensive plan for flood control and

    10 other purposes in the Missouri River Basin authorized by the

    11 Flood Control Act of June 28,1938, as amended and supple-

    12 jnentcd, is further modified to provide for emergency bank

    13 stabilization works in that reach, of the Missouri. River be-

    14 tween Fort Randall Dam, South Dakota, and Sioux City,

    15 Iowa, as determined to be necessary by the Secretary of the


I   16 Army, acting through the Cliief of Engineers. Such determi-

    17 nation shall be -made in cooperation with (he Governors of

    18 South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa with regard to priority

    19 of locations to ,6e protected and the nature of the protective

    20 ivorks. Prior to the construction of any works under this sub-

    21 section, noji-Fcderal interests shall agree that tlicy will pro-

    22 vide without cost, to the United Slates lands, easements, and

    23 rights-of-way necessary fur construction and subsequent oper-

    24 ation of the works; hold and save the United States free from

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                                      86G
                                98
 1 damages due to construction, operation, and maintenance of
 2 the ivorks; and operate and maintain the ivorks upon com-
 3 pletion.
 4       (b) The Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief
 5 of Engineers, is hereby authorized and directed to (1) make
 6 an intensive evaluation of streambank erosion along the Mis-
 7 souri River between Fort Randall Dam, South Dakota, and
 8 Sioux City, Iowa, with a view to determining whether addi-
 9 tional bank protection works should be provided at this time;
10 (2) develop and evaluate new methods aid techniques for
                                                                      t
11 bank protection, conduct research on soil stability,    identify
12 the causes of erosion, and recommend means for prevention
13 and correction of the problems, and (3) report to the Congress
14 the results of the studies together with his recommendations in
15 connection therewith.
16       (c) There is authorized to be appropriated not to exceed     ^K
17 $8,000,000 for the purposes of this section.
18       SEC. 43. Any proposed road to the Zilpo Recreation
19 Area shall not be constructed under the Cave Run Lake
20 project in Kentucky authorized by the Flood Control Acts
21 approved June 22, 1936, and June 28, 1.038, which bisects
22 those lands in the Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky,
93 designated as the Pioneer Hunting Area.
24       SEC. 44. (a) Subject to the provisions of subsection
25   (b) of this section, the Secretary of the A rmy is authorized

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    1 and directed to convey to the Mount-rail County Park Com-
    2 mission of Mountrail County, North Dakota, all rights, title,
     3 and interest of the United States in and to the following
    4 described tracts of land:
     5                       TRACT NUMBER 1

     6      All of the land which lies landward of a line, which
     1 line is 300 feet above and measured horizontally from con-


t    8 tour elevation 1,850 mean sea level of old Van Hook Village
     9 in the northwest quarter of section 32, township 152, range
    10 01 west of the fifth :de meridian.
    11                       TRACT NUMBER 3

    12      All of the land which lies landward of a line which
    13 line is 300 feet above and measured horizontally from con-
    34 tour elevation 1,850 mean sea level of Olson's first-addition,
    15 part of the southwest quarter of section 29, township 152,


9   IQ range 91 west of the fifth guide meridian.
    Yi                       TRACT XUMBER 3

    ]g      Hodge's first addition, part of the northeast quarter of
    jg section 32, township 152, range 91, west of the fifth guide
    2o meridian.
    2j       (b) (1) The conveyance of such portion of the 'lands
    22 described in subsection (a) as is being used by the North
    23 Dakota State Game and Fish Department for wildlife man-
    24 agcment purposes shall not become effective until the termi-
    25 nation of the license granted to such department for such use


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                                 100
 1 either in accordance with its original terms on October 31,

 2 1980, or at any time prior thereto.

 3       (2) The lands conveyed pursuant to this section shall be

 4   used by the Mountrail County Park Commission, Mountrail

 5   County, North Dakota, solely for public park and recrea-

 6   tional purposes, and if such lands are ever used for any other

 7   purpose, title thereto shall revert to, and become the proper-

 8 ty of, the United States which shall have the right of im-

 9   mediate entry.thereof.

10       (3) The conveyance authorized- by this section shall be

11 subject to such other terms and conditions as the Secretary

12 of the Army deems to be in the public interest.

13       (c) The Mountrail County Park Commission, shall pay

14 the costs of such surveys as may be necessary to determine

15   the exact legal description of the lands to be conveyed, and

16   such sums as may be fixed by (he Secretary of the Army to

17   compensate the United States for its administrative expenses

18 in connection n-itli the conveyance of such lands, which

19 sum shall be covered into the Treasury into miscellaneous

20   expenses.
21       SEC. 45. (a) Section 252 of the Disaster Relief Act of

22 1^70 (Public Law 91-606, 84 Stat. 1757) is amended by

23 addinf/ at the end thereof the following:
24       "(d)    for   the .purpose* of this section, 'net. cost' and

25 'net costs of repairing, restoring, reconslruclinfj, or replac-

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                                   101
     1 ing any such facility shall include (he cosls actually incurred
     2 in replacing the facility^ services with .services from other
     3 sources during the period of repair, restoration, reconstruc-
     ts tion. or replacement of such facility, to the extent such costs
     5 exceed the costs which would have been incurred in provid-
     6 ing such services but for the disaster"
     1       (b) The amendment made by section (a) of ihis section


t    8 shall take effect as of August 1,1969.
     9       SEC. 46. The Secretary of the Army, acting through
    10 the Chief of Engineers, is authorized to amend the contract
    11 between the city of Aberdeen, Washington, and the United
    12 States for use of storage space in the Wynoochee Dam and
    13 Lake on the Wynooclice River, Washington, for municipal
    14 and industrial water supply purpose1*. Such amended con-
    15 tract shall provide that the costs allocated to present, demand


i   16 water supply, shall be repaid over a period of fifty years after
    17 the project is first used for the storage of ivater for water
    18 supply purposes. The first annual -payment shall be a mini-
    19 mum of 0.2 per centum of the total amount to be repaid.
    20 The annual payments shall be increased by 0.2 per centum
    21 each year until the tenth year at which time the payment
    22 shall be 2 per centum of the total initial amount to be repaid.
    23 Subsequent, annual payments for the balance of forty years
    24 shall be one-fortieth of the balance remaining after the tenth
    25 annual payment.


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                               102
 1       SEC. 47. The project for Wynoochee Dam and Lake,

 2   Wynoochee Biver. Washington, authorized by the Flood

 3 Control Act. approved October 23, 196.2 (76 Stat. 1193),

 4   is hereby modified to provide that the Secretary of the Army,

 5 acting through the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and

 6   directed to transfer to the State of Washington, as a part of

 7   project costs, an amount not to exceed 8696,000 for con-

 8 slruclion of fish hatchery facilities for prevention of losses

 9 of natural spaivning areas for anadromous trout occasioned

10 by project, construction.

11    ^ SEC. 48. Section 7 of the Biver Basin Monetary Au-

12 thorization and Miscellaneous Civil Worl's         Amendment-

13 Act of 1970 (84 Stat. 310) is hereby amended to read as

14   follows:

15       "SEC. 7. That the project for Libby Dam, Kootenai

16 Biver, Montana, is hereby modified to provide that funds

17 available for such project, in an amount not to exceed

18 -S4.000.000 may be used in the construction of fish hatchery

19 facilities and the performance of related services, for prcven-

20 lion of fish Josses occasioned by the project, in a manner

21 deemed appropriate by the Secretary oj the Army, acting

22 through the Chief of Engineers."

23       SEC. 49. (a) The project for Libby Dam, Kootenai
24 River, Montana, authorized by the Flood Control Act. ap-

25 proved May 17, 1950 (64 Slat. 170), is hereby modified to
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                                    103
     1 provide that the Secretary of the Army, acting through the

    2    Chief of Engineers, is authorized to acquire not more than

     3   twelve thousand acres of land for the prevention, of wildlife

     4 grazing losses caused by the project.
     5       (b) The Secretary is further authorized and directed to

     6 convey without monetary consideration, to the State of Mon-

     7   tana all right, title, and. interest of the United States in the

     8 land acquired under subsection (a), for use for wildlife graz-
0    9 ing purposes. The deed of conveyance shall provide that the

    10 land shall revert to the United States in the event it ever

    11 ceases to be used for wildlife grazing purposes.

    12       (c) There is authorized to be appropriated not lo exceed

    13 $2,000,000 to carry out the provisions of this section.

    14       SEC. 50. The project for Libby Dam (Lake Kooca-

    15 nusa), Montana, authorized by the Flood Control Act ap-

I   16 proved May 17, 1950 (64 Stat. 170), is hereby modified to

    17 provide that the Secretary of the Army, acting through the

    18 Chief of Engineers, is authorized to reimburse Boundary

    19 County, Idaho, foi the cost incurred to elevate, relocate, or

    20 reconstruct the bridge, located at the mouth of Deep Creek as

    21 it joins the Kootcnai River, made necessary by the duration

    22 of higher flows during drawdown operations at Libby Dam.

    23 There is authorized to bv appropriated not to exceed $300,-
    24 000 for Ihc purposes of this section.

    25       SEC. 51. Jf the Secretary of the Army, acting through


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                                         104
     1 the Chief of Engineers, finds that the proposed project to
 2 be erected at the location to be declared non-navigable under
     3 this section is in the public interest, on the basis of enffineer-
     *

 4 ing studies to determine the location and structural stability
     5 of the bulkhcading and filling and permanent pile-supported
 6 structures in order to preserve and maintain, the remaining
 7           navigable waterway and on the basis of environmental
 8 studies conducted pursuant to the National Environmental
 9 Policy Act of 1.969, then those portions of the East River in
10 Neiu York County, State of New York, bounded and de-
ll       scribed as follows are hereby declared to be not navigable
12 waters of the United States loitlrin the meaning of the laws
33 of the United States, and the consent of Congress is hereby
14 given to the filling in cf all or any part thereof or the erection
15 °f permanent pile-supported structures thereon: That portion
16 of the East River in New York County, State of New York,
17 lying shoreward of a line with the United Slates pierhead
18 line as it exists on the date of enactment of this Act, bounded
19 ow the north by the south side of Rutgers Slip extended easl-
         r         an(
20        ''fy/'      l bounded on the south, by the southeasterly border of
21 Battery Park at a point adjacent to the westerly md of South
22 Street extended south by southwest, is hereby declared- to be
23 non-navigable waters of the United Slates. This declaration
24. shall apply only to portions of the above-described area, which
25 are bulkhcaded and filled or occupied by permanent pile-

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                                   105
     1   supported structures. Plans for bulkheading and filling and

     2 permanent pile-supported structures shall be approved by the

     3   Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engi-

    4    neers. Local interests shall reimburse the Federal Govern-

     5   ment for engineering and all other costs incurred under this

     6   section.
    1        SEC. 52. The project for hurricane-flood control protcc-


t    8

     9

    10
         tion from Cape Fear to the North Carolina-South Carolina

         State line, North Carolina, authorized by the Flood Control

         Act of 1966 (80 Stat, 1418, 1419) is herein/ 'modified to

    11 provide that the Secretai-y of the Army, acting through the

    12   Chief of Engineers, may enter into an agreement with non-

    13   Federal public bodies to provide for reimbursement of in-

    14 stallation costs incurred by such bodies, or an equivalent

    15   reduction in the contributions they are otherwise required to

    16 make, or a combination thereof, in an amount not to i..ic?cd

    17   $2,000,000 for ivork to be performed in the project, subject

    18 to the provisions of subsections (b) through (c) of wc/ion

    19 215 of the Flood Control Act of 1968.

    20       SEC. 53. The project for flood protection on the Grand

    21 River and tributaries, Missouri and Joica, authorized by

    22 'the Flood Control Act of Iflffo    is hereby modified to au-

    23   thorizc and direct ihe ChiJ of Engineers to immediately
    24 proceed with the engineering and design of the PaJlonsburg

    25   Lake project r/.s- presently authorized and to include provi-

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                                106
 1 sions necessary so as not to preclude the subsequent addition
 2 of a complete power installation provided that prior to ini-
 3 tiation of construction the Chief of Engineers would sub-
 4 mil to Congress a report on the scale and scope of the project
 5 which best meets the needs of the area for further action by
 6 Congress as appropriate.
 1       SEC. 54. (a) This section may be cited as the "Shore-
 8 line Erosion Control Demonstration Act of 1973"
 9       (b) The Congress finds that, because of the importance
10 and increasing interest in the coastal and estuarine zone of
11 the United States, the deterioration of the line of the shore
12 within this zone due to erosion, the harm to water quality
13 and marine life from shoreline erosion, the loss of recreational
14 potential due to such erosion, the financial loss to private
15 and public landowners resulting from shoreline erosion, and
16 the inability of such landowners to obtain satisfactory finan-
17 cial and technical assistance to combat such erosion, it is
18 essential to develop, demonstrate, and disseminate informa-
19 lion about low-cost means to prevent and control shoreline
20 erosion. It is therefore the purpose of this section to authorize
21 a jn-ogram lo develop and demonstrate such means to combat
22 shoreline erosion.,
23       (c)(l) 'Wic Secretary of the Army, acting through the
24 Chief of Engineers, shall establish and conduct for a period
25 °f five fiscal years a national shoreline eroshn control, dcvc.l-
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                                     107
     1   opment and demonstration program. The program shall

     2 consist of planning, constructing, operating, evaluating, and

     3 demonstrating prototype shoreline erosion control devices,

     4   both, engineered and vegetative.

     5        (2) The program shall be carried out in cooperation

     6   with the Secretary of Agriculture, particularly with respect

     1   to vegetative means of preventing and controlling shoreline


t    8 erosion, and in. cooperation with Federal, State, and local

     9 agencies, private organizations, and the Shoreline Erosion

    10 Advisory Panel established pursuant To subsection (d).

    11    | (3) Demonstration projects established pursuant to this
    12 section shall emphasize the development of low-cost shore-

    13 line erosion control devices. Such projects shall be under-

    14   taken at no less than, two sites each on the shorelines of the



i
    15 Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific coasts, and of the Great Lakes.

    16 Sites selected should, to the extent possible, reflect a variety

    17   of geographical and climatic conditions.

    18       (4) Such demonstration projects may be carried out

    19   on private or public lands except that no funds appropriated

    20   for the purpose of this section may be expended for the

    21 acquisition of privately owned lands. In the case of .sites

    22 located on private or non-Federal public lands, the demon-

    23 stration projects shall be undertaken in cooperation ivith a.
    24 non-Federal interest or interests who shall pay at least 2,5

    25 per centum of construction, costs at each site and assume


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                                 108
 1 operation and maintenance costs upon completion of the
 2   project.

 3       (d)(l)     No later than one hundred and twenty days
 4 after the date of enactment, of this section the Chief of
 5 Engineers shall establish a Shoreline Erosion Advisory Panel.
 6 The Chief of Engineers shall appoint fifteen members to such
 1 Panel from among individuals who are knowledgeable with
 8 respect to various aspects of shoreline erosion, with repre-
 9 sentatives from various geographical areas, institutions of
10 higher education, professional organizations, State and local
11 agencies, and private organizations, except that such indi-
12 viduals shall not be regular f.nll-time employees of the
13 United States. The Panel shall meet and organize within
14 ninety days from the date of its establishment, and shall
15 select a Chairman, from among its members. The Panel shall
16 then meet at least once each six months thereafter and
17 shall expire ninety days after termination, of the five-year
                                                                      I
18 program established pursuant to subsection (c).
19       (2) The Panel shall—
20              (A) advise the Chief of Engineers generally in
21       carrying out provisions of this section;
22              (B) recommend criteria for the selection of devel-
23       opment and demonstration sites;
24              (C) recommend alternative institutional, legal, and


                                87'
                                        109
      1    financial    arrangements necessary to effect    agreements
      2       with non-Federal sponsors of project sites;
      3           (D) make periodic reviews of the progress of the
      4       program pursuant to this section;
      5           (E)    recommend, means by ivhich the knowledge
      6       obtained from the project may be made readily avail-
      1       able to the public; and
      3           (F) perform, such functions as. the Chief of Engi-
      9      neers may designate.
     10       (3) Members of the Panel shall, lohile serving on busi-
     11 ness of the Panel, be entitled to receive compensation at rates
     12 fixed by the Chief of Engineers, but not in excess of the
     13 maximum rate of pay for grade GS-18, as provided in the
     14 General Schedule under section 5332 of title 5 of the United
     15 States Code, including fraveltime and. while away from their
     16 homes or regular places of business, they may be allowed.
^H
     17 travel expenses, including per diem in. lieu of subsistence, as
     18 authorized by law (5 U.S.C. 73b-2) for persons in (rovern-
     19 ment service employed intermittently.
     20       (4) The Panel is authorized, without regard to the civil
     21 service laivs, to engage such technical and other assistance
     22 as may be required, to carry oul Us functions.
     23       (e) The Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief
     24 of Engineers, shall prepare and submit annually a prog, am



                                              878
                               110
 1 progress report, including therein contributions of the Shore-

 2 line Erosion Advisory Panel, to the Committees oil Public

 3   Works of (he Senate and House of Representatives. T-he fifth

 4 and final report shall be submitted sixty days after the end

 5 of the fifth fiscal year of funding and shall include a compre-

 6 hensive evaluation of the national shoreline erosion control

 7   development and demonstration program.
 8       (f) There is authorized to be appropriated not to exceed

 9 $8,000,000 to carry out the provisions of this section.

10       SEC. 55. The Secretary of the Army, acting through the

11 Chief of Engineers, is authorized to provide technical and

12 engineering assistance to non-Federal public intci'ests in de-

13 veloping structural and nonslructwal methods of preventing

14 damages attnbuiable fo shore and streambank erosion.

15       SEC. 56. (a)     The Secretary   of the Army, acting

16 through ti^ Chief of Engineers, is authorized to investigate,

17 plan, and construct projects for the control of streambank

18 erosion in the United States, its possessions, and the Com-

19 monwealth of Puerto Pico, in the interests of reducing dam-

20 cifjes fr^m erosion, the deposition of sediment in lakes and.

21 waterways, the destruction of channels and adjacent lands,

22 and other adverse effects of streambank erosion, when in the

23 opinion of the Chief of Engineers such projects are consistent

24 icilh the objectives of suiind flood plain management and will

25 result in substantial public benefits through the provision

                              870
                                    Ill
    1    of needed protection to public, residential, and commercial

    2    -properties.
     3        (b) No such -project, shall be constructed under this

     4 section if the estimated Federal first cost exceeds $250,000.

     5 Any such project shall be complete in itself and not commit

     6   the United States to any additional improvement to insure

     1   its successful operation, except as may result from the normal.

     8 procedure applying to projects authorized after submission

     9 of survey reports.

    10        (c) For all projects undertaken pursuant to this section,

    11 appropriate non-Federal interests shall agret, that they will—

    12             (1) provide without costs to the United States all

    13       lands, easements, and rights-of-icay necessary for the

    14       construction of the project;

    15             (2) hold and save the United States free from dam-


i   16

    17
             af/es due to construction;

                   (3) operate and maintain all ihe works after com-

    18       plelion in accordance irith regulations prescribed by ihe

    19       Secretary of ihe Army; and

    20             (4) contribute 25 per centum of ihe first cost of

    21       the project.

    22        (d) The authority contained- in this section is supple-

    23 mental to, and not in lieu- of, the authority contained in sec-
    24 tion 14 of the Act approved July 24, 1M6 (60 Slat. 653),

    25   as amended, and section 155 of this Act.

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                               112
 1       (ej There is authorized to be appropriated not to ex-
 2 ceed -$10,000,000 per annum for the construction of the
 3 projects authorized by this section.
 4       SEC. 57. The authorization for the beach erosion, con-
 5 tfol project for Presque Isle Peninsula, Erie, Pennsylvania,
 6 as provided in section 101 of the River and Harbor Act of
 7 1960 (74 Stat. 480) is reinstated and extended, under the
 8 terms existing- immediately prior to the termination of such
 9 authorization, for a period of five years from the date of
10 enactment of this Act, or if the review study of such project
11 being carried out by the Secretary of the Army is not com-
12 pleted prior to the end of such period, until such study is
13 completed and a report thereon submitted to the Congress.
14 There is authorized to be appropriated not to exceed $3,500,-
15 000 to cany out this section.
16      SEC. 38. (a) The project for navigation in the Atcha-
17 falaya River and Bayous Chene, Bbeuf, and Black, Loui-
18 siana, authorized by the Elver and Harbor Act of 1968 (82
19 Slat. 731) ?<8 hereby modified to provide that the non-Fed-
20 eral interests shall contribute 25 per centum of the costs
21 of areas required for initial and subsequent disposal of spoil,
22 and of necessary retaining dikes, bulkheads, and- embank-
23 ments therefor.
24       (b) The rcqnirc.mcnls for appropriate non-Federal in-
25 tercsl or interests to furnish an agreement to contribute 25

                              881
                                     1.13
    1 per a i-• -in of ihe const i-nd ion costs as -set forth in subsection.
    2    (a) .*/••-'?/ be waived bit the Secretary of the Army upon a
    3 fun! rig by the Administrator of flic Environmental Protec-
    4. lion Agency that for (lie area to which such construction
     5 applies, ihe State or Stales involved, inlerstale agency, mitnic-
     6   ipality, and oilier appropriate political subdivisions of the
     7 State and industrial concerns are participating in and in

t    8 compliance with an approved plan for the general geograph-
     9 ical area of the dredging activity for construction, modifica-
    10 tion,. expansion, or rehabilitation of waste treatment facilities
    11 and the Administrator has found (hat applicable water (jual-
    12 ily standards are not being violated.
    13       SEC. 59. Nolwilhxlanding any olher provision of law,
    14 the Slate.; of Illinois and Iowa, which arc connected at
    15 Keokuk. Iowa, by the bridyc constructed by Ihe Kcokul; and
    1C) Hamilton Bridge Company pursuant to Public Law 342 of
    17 ihe Sixly^third Congress find at Burlington, Jowa, by the
    18 bridge constructed by the Citizens Bridge Company, pur-
    19 suanl to Public Law 1 of the Sixty-fourlh            Congress ore
    20 authorized to contract individually or jointly with cilln-r or
    2x both of ihe cities of Keokuk, Ionia, and Burlington, Iowa,
    22 ou or before June 1, 1.07-1-, to assume responsibility for ihe
    23 operation, maintenance, anil repair of the bridges (,l Kcokuk
    24 ami Burlington and lln approaches Iht'i'clo and for latrful
    25 expenses incurred in conncclinn (herewith. Whew either or
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                                         882
                                114
 1 both Sinlcs have entered into such an agreement any out-
 2 standing principal and interest indebtedness on account of
 3 a bridge shall be paid from reserve funds accumulated for
 4: thai purpose and the balance of such funds, if any, shall
 5 be used to defray costs of operating and maintaining the
 6 bridf/c. After such an agreement is entered into loith respect
 1 to a bridge that bridge shall thereafter be free of tolls.
 8       SEC. 60. The Secretary of the Army, acting through
 9 the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to per-
10 form channel clcanoul operations and snagging and clearing
11 for selected streams where chronic and persistent flood
12 conditions exist in the lower Ouyandot River Basin, West
13 Virginia, for the purpose of improving channel capacities,
Ij. visual environment, and human irell-being all in the interest
15 of flood control. Such operations shall be performed ax an.
16 interim measure pending completion of the P D. Bailey
17 Lake project at a total cost not to exceed $2,000,000. Ap-
18 propriate non-Federal interests as determined by the Sccre-
19 tary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers,
20 shall, prior to initiation of remedial operations, agree in
21 accordance with tin- provisions of section 2.21 of the Flood
22 Control Act of 1.970 that they u-ill furnish Ihe necessary lands,
23 disposal ureas, casements, and righls-of-iray, and hold find
24 save Ihe United Kla'.es free from damages due lo ihc clcan-
25 °"' upc.ratiom.
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 1       SEC. 61. The Secretary of the Army, acting through, the
 2 Chief of Engineers, is autJiorizcd to construct small flood
 3 protection projects not specifically authorized by Congress,
 4 and not within areas intended to be protected by projects so
 5 authorized, which come within 'he provisions of section 1 of
 6 the Flood Control Act of June 22,1936, when in the opinion
 7 of the Chief of Engineer* such icork is advisable and protect*
 8 an area trhich has been declared to be a major disaster area

 9 pursuant to the Disaster Relief Act of 1966 or the Disaster
10 Relief Act of 1970 in tin- preceding five-year period, except
11 /7m/ not more than S.2,000.000 shall be allottca- for this pur-
12 pose for any one project. The provisions of local cooperation
13 specified in section 3 of the Flood Control Act of June 22,
14 1936, shall apply. The irork shall be complete in itself and
15 not commit the United States to any additional improvement
16 to insure its successful operation except as may result from
17 the normal procedure npplyintj to project* authorized after
18 submission of preliminary L,rami'nation find survey reports.
;ig There is authorized not In c.rcced $2o,00().00() in each fiscal

20 Uc'ar for   lnf
                      '- /'n> ft*™! !/('firs to carry out this section.
                     m rl


21       SEC. 62. (a)         The Secretary of the Army, aclinr/
22 throiiyh the Chief of EnyiiU'ers. is authorized to perform
23 such irorlc as may be nercxsary !o prnride for the repair
24 and conversion to a flred-li/jie structure of dam numbered .?
25 on the Biy Sandy River, Kentucky and West Virginia.


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     1        (b) The work authorized by this section shall have no
     2 effect on Ihe condition that local interests shall own, operate,
     3 and maintain the structure ami related properties as required

  4 by the Act of August (L 1956 (70 Stat. 1062).
     5        (c) There is authorized to be appropriated not to ex-
     6 ceed $330,000 to carry out this section.
     7        SEC. fJ3. The project for hurricane-flood             control at

 8 Texas City and vicinity, Texas, authorized by the Flood

  9 Control Act approved August 13, IfJfiS,               is hereby modified
10 to provide that the non-Federal interests shall have until
11 July 1, 1974, to provide the assurances of local cooperation
12 required in accordance with the recommendations of the
13 Chief of Engineers in Home Document Numbered 187,
14. Ninetieth Connress.
15         -^SEC. h'4. Subsection (b) of section 206 of the Flood
K5 Control Art of 1060, as amended (33 U.S.C. 70.0n). is
17 further amended by dribing out "$11,000,000" and insert-
18 i«<7 in lii-.u thereof ''Slo.000.000".
1«)          SEC. 6-~t. Jn the fnse of anjj reservoir project authorized
20 for const met ion bi/ tin- Corp* of Engineers, Bureau of Hrcla-
oj       motion, or oilier Federal agency irlien llu- Admiirinlralor of
22 llit- Enriro/nnriifal Protection .\gcncy di'tcrmincx jnnvunnl
23 to ni'ft}'in K)'l(l)) oj llu Federal Water Pollution Control
21 Aft llial inn/ tiloragr in xiieh prnjccl for regulation of slreani-

'Jo flf>11' A"' wali-r ifiifdili/ in not needed, or ?N needed in a //;//(•;•< ///

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     1 amount, such project may be modified accordingly by the

     2 head of the appropriate agency, and any storage no longer

     3 required for water quality may be utilised for other author-

     4    ized purposes of the project when, in the opinion of the head

     5    of such agency, such vise i* justified. The provisions of the sec-
     6    lion shall not apply to any project where the benefits at-

     7    Iribulable to water quality exceed 20 -per centum of the

i    8

     9
          total project benefits.

               SEC. 06. (a)         The Secretary   of the Army, acting

    10 through the Chief of Engineers, is authorized to undertake

    11 measures to char (he channel of the main channel of the

    12 Link Calumet River. Illinois, from it* confluence v:ilh the

    13    Cahnnct-Sag channel eastward in Indiana State line, of fallen

    •y. trees, roots. .•»•;//. and other debris and object* which contribute

    15 In flooding, uii*if/hllines*. and nollulion of the river.

    16         (°) Pi'i»r to initiation of Measure* authorized by this
    37 section, mich. non-Federal interests as the Secretary of the

    jg    A-rmy, acting through the Chief of Engineers, may require

    ig    shall agree to such conditions of cooperation as the Secretary

    2o    of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineer*, de-

    2.1 tcrmine* appropriate, e.rcc.pl that such condition* *liall be

    22 *imilar to //»««• required for xiniiiiir projvrl purposes in other

    03    Federal water resounrs projectx.
    >2i        SKC. (j7. The Kecrt'lnry of the Army, acting through

    25    ''"'' Chief of Knf/iiiffi'*.   ix authorized to main- a i

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 1 study and report of such plans as he may deem feasible
 2 and appropriate for tlie use of lite Neic River from tlie
 3 headwaters of its South and 3TorlJi forlts to (lie town of
 4 Fries, Virginia. Such study and report shall include the
 5    recreational, conservation, and preservation uses of such area.
 6    The Secretary, acting through the Chief of Engineers, shall
 1 consult with the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, the Secre-
 8 tart/ of Agriculture, and the Administrator of the Environ-
 9 mental Protection Agency. Notwithstanding any other pro-
10 vision of laiv. no Federal agency or entity shall license or
11 otherwise give permission under any Act of the Congress
12 to the construction of any dam or reservoir on or directly
13 affecting    the New River from the headwaters of its South
14    and North forlcs to the toirn of Fries. Virginia, inilil two
15    years after the report authorized by this section has been

16 submitted to the Congress.
17        SEC. h'ft. The Secretary of the Army, acting through

IS    Ihe Chief of Engineers, />• authorized and directed to review

19 Ihe comprehensive study and plan of development. Lower
20    Rio (iramie Basin,. Texas, dated July JVh'f), prepared by the

21    United Stall's Department of Agriculture in cuo/ierali ni irilh

22 Ihe Texas Water Development Board, the Te.ra* State Soil
23    and Water Cnnserrahon Board, find the Te.ras Water Right*
2-t   Commission and to report thereon to Ihe Congress. »S';/c/»

25    rerietr shall speci/h-idli/ include Ihe proposed Willacy-Hiilal-

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 1   (jo Flood water Bypass,    the Laguna Madre      Floodwater
 2 Channel, and (lie North Floodway Channel in the Lower
 3 Rio Grande Jiasin in Wiltacy. Hidalgo, and Cameron Coun-
 4 tics, Texas, a.s generally described in the recommendations
 5 for phase I contained in such report.
 6       SEC. fJfL   The project for beach erosion control and
 7 hurricane (tidal flooding)      protection in Dadc     County,
 8 Florida, authorized by section 103 of the Flood Control

 9 Act of August 13, IfffiS     (Public. Law .90-4.83), is hereby
10 modified to provide for initial ci, instruction- by non-Federal
11 interests, and for subsequent future nourishment by Federal
12 or non-Federal interest.*, of the 0.85-mile project segment
13 immediately south of Bakery ffauloi-er Inlet, and for re,im-

14 burseineiit of the applicable Federal share of those project
35 costs as originally authorised. Federal reimbursement shall
16 be cnnlinyenl upon approval by tin- Chief of Engineers,
17 prior to commencement of the work, of the detailed plans

18 and specifications for accomplishing the work -as being in
19 accordance with the authorized project.
20      SEC. 70. Section 107(b) of the River and Harbor Act,

21 of 1,070 (S4 Slat. ISIS, 1820)          is hereby amended by
22 deleting ''July 30, 1974'" and inserting in lieu thereof
23 "December 31, W76",         mid deleting "$6,300,000" and
24 inserting in lien thereof   "$.'1,300,000".
25       .S'w. 71. The Secretary of the Army, acting throur/h the

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                               120
 1   Chief of Engineers, shall submit to the Congress not. later

 2 than- June 30, W7i, the survey report authorized by resolu-

 3 lion of the Committee on Public Works, House of Ttepre-

 4 tentative*, dated October 12.1972, concerning a modification

 5 of the Corpus Christi ship channel. Texas, project to pro-

 6 vide increased depths and widths in the entrance channels

 ^ from the Gulf of Mexico to a deeper draff   inshore port in the

 S   vicinity of Harbor Island. Texas, and shall complete the

 9   advanced engineering and design for .suc/i modification Inj

10 June 30. 1975. Such advanced engineering and design, may
11 be accomplished prior lo authorization of the modification.

12 The Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of
13 Engineers, i* authorized to accept funds made available by

14 non-Federal interests and to i-.rpcnd such funds for the prep-

15 aralion of the survey report and accomplishment of the

1C   advanced engineering and design authorized and directed
17   6/7 this section. Such funds shall be repaid to such non-

18   Federal ink-rests out of moneys appropriated for conslruc-

19 tion of the modification.

20       SEC. 72. The project for hurricane-flood protection and

21 beach erosion control at East Rockawaij Inlet lo lloclway

22 Inlet and Jamaica. Bay, Xew Tori', authorized by the Flood

23   Control Act of 1965 (79 Slat. 1073), is hereby modifier] to
2tt authorize the Secretary of the Army, acting through the
25   Chief of Engineers, lo commence work on the beach e.roxion

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     1 control aspect of the project, independently of the hurricane-
     2 flood protection aspect of the project. Construction of the
     3 beach erosion control aspect of the project may commence
     4 following the completion of environmental studies regarding
     5 /7m/. aspect, conducted pursuant to the National Environ-
     6 mental Policy Act of 1969.
     f       SEC. 73. (a) In the survey, planning, or design by any

i    8 Federal agency of any project involving flood protection.
     9 consideration shall be given to nonstructural alternatives to
    10 prevent or reduce flood damages including, but not limited to.
    11 floodpro(.finy of structures; flood plain regulation: acquisition
    12 of flood plain lands for recreational, fish and. wildlife, and-
    13 other public purpose*; and relocation n'ith a vieir loirard
    14 formulating the most economically, socially, and environ-
    15 mentally acceptable means of reducing or preventing flood
    1.6 damages.
    17       (b) Where a nonstructural alternative is recommended,
    18   non-Federal participation .shall be comparable to the value
    19   of lands, casements, and riglits-of-way which would hare been
    20   required of non-Federal interests under section 3 of the Act
    21 of June 27, 1980 (Public Law Numbered 75.9, Swcnly-
    22 fourth Congress), for structural protection measures, but in
    23 no event shall exceed 20 per centum of the project cost a.
    24       SEC. 74. The project for water ({naUiy control in the
    25 Arkansas-Red Rircr I>a*in, VY.w.v, Oklahoma, and Kansas,

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 1    authorized by tlie Flood Control Acts of 1966 and 1970, is

 2    hereby modified to authorize the Secretary of the Army, act-

 3    ing through the Chief of Engineers to initiate construction of
 4    the area VIJT feature of the project, consisting of a loiv-floiu

 5    dam, pumping station and pipeline, and a brine dam, prior to

 6    the approval required by section 201, of the Flood Control

 7    Act of 1970.
 8        SEC. 75. The Secretary of the Army, acting through the

 9    Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to study the

10    need for and means of providing visitor protection services

11    at water resources development projects under the jurisdic-

12    lion of the Department of the Army, and to report thereon

13    to the Congress, with his recommendations, not later than.

14    December 31, 1974.

15        SEC. 76. The paragraph of section 209 of the Flood

16    Control Act of 1966, Public Law $9-789, authorizing and
17    directing the Secretary of the Army, acting through the

18    Chief of Engineers, to conduct a survey of the Great South

19    Bay, New York, is amended to read as follows:

20        "Great South Bay, Neir York, including the waters of

2.1   adjoining lesser bays and inlcls irilh respect to water uliliza-

22    tion and control. Such investigations and ,tludy shall include,

23    hut not be limited to, navigation, fisheries, flood control,
24 control of noxious weeds, water pollution, inuler quality con-

05    trol, bench erosion, and recreation. Such survey shall be

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                                 123
 1    provided to the Congress by July 31, 1976, and shall include
 2 the use -)f a comprehensive computer model.''
 3        SEC. 77. (a) The Federal Water Project Recreation
 4 Act (79 Stat. 213) is hereby amended as follows:
 5        (1) Strike out "and- to :bear not less than one-half the
 6 separable costs of the project allocated to either or both of
 7    said purposes, as the case may be' in section 2 (a) and insert
 8    z?2 lieu thereof "and to bear one-half the separable costs of
 9 the project allocated to recreation, one-quarter of such costs
10 allocated to fish and wildlife enhancement".
11        (2) Strike out "not more than one-half the separable
12 costs" in section 2 (a) (3) and insert in lieu thereof "one-half
13 the separable costs of the project allocated to recreation and
14. three-quarter* of such costs allocated to fish and       ivildUfe
-15   enhancement".
16        (3) Strike out "bear not less than one-half the costs of
17 land*, facilities, and project modifications provided for either
IS    or both of ll'.^sc purposes, ax the case may be" in section 3
19    (b)(l) and insert in lieu thereof ''bear one-half the costs of
20 lands, facilities, and project modifications provided for recre-

21 alion, one-(]uarle-r of such costs for fish and wildlife cnhancc-
22 mew/".
23        (b) The amendments made by this section shall apply
24 to all projects the construction of which is not substantial!//

25 completed on the dale of enactment of this Act.

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                                124
 1        (c) In ilie case of any project (1) authorized subject
 2 to specific cost-sharing, requirement* which were based on
 3 the same percentage* a* those established in the Federal Water
 4: Project Recreation Ad, and (2) construction of which is
 5 not substantially completed on the date of enactment of this
 6 Act, the cost-sharing requirements for such project shall be
 1 the same parentages as arc established by the amendments
 8 made by subsection (a) of this section for projects which are
 9 subject to the Federal Water Project Recreation Act.
10       SEC. 78. The project for flood protection on Indian
11 Bend Wash. Maricopa County, Arizona, authorized by the
12 Flood Control Act of JMo (79 Slat. 1083) is hereby modi-
13 fied to provide that all costs of the siphon system from the
14 Arizona Canal, required to be provided in connection with
15 the relocation of irrigation facilities shall be paid by the
16   United States.
17       SEC. 7.9. The multiple-purpose plan for the improve-
18 men! of the Arkansas River and tributaries, authorized by
19 the Rivers and Harbor Act of July 24, 1.946, as amended
20 and modified, /* hereby further amended to authorize the
21 Secretary of the Army, act-in tj through the Chief of Engi-
'2   ncers, to reassign, the sloiagc jirovidcd hi the Oologah Resc-r-
23 voir for hydroelectric power production to municipal and
2i   industrial water supply and to make such storage available


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                                 125
1 for such purposes under the Water Supply Act of 1958, as
2 amended.
3         SEC. SO. (a) The interest rate formula to be used in
•± plan formulation and evaluation for discounting future bene-
5 fits and computing costs by Federal officers, employees, de-
6 parlments, agencies, and instrumentalities in the prepara-
7     lion of comprehensive regional or river basin plans and the
8 formulation and evaluation of Federal water and. related
 9 land resources projects shall be the formula set forth in the
10 "Policies, Standards, and Procedures in the Formulation,
11 Evaluation, and Review of Plans for Use and Development
12 of Water and Related Land Resources'' approved by the
13 President on May 15, 1962, and published as Senate Docu-
14 ment 97 of the Eighty-seventh Congress on May 29, 1962,
15 as amended by the interest rale formula issued by ihe Water
16 Resources Council and published in Ihe Federal Register on
17 December 24, 1968 (33 F.R. 19170; 18 C.F.R. 704.39),
18    nnlil otherwise provided by a statute enacted offer l/ic onfe of
19 enactment of this Act. Every provision of law and. every ad-
20 ministrative action in conflict with this section is hereby re-
21 pealed to the extent of such conflict.
22*       (b) In the case of any project authorized before Jan-
23 uary 3, 1969, if (he appropriate non-Federal interests have,
24 prior to December 31, 1969, f/iven anlixfaclory assurances


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 1 to pay the required non-Federal share of project costs, the
 2 discount rate to be used in the computation of benefits and
 3 costs for such project shall be the rale in effect         immediately
 4 prior to December 24. 1968. and that rale shall continue
 5 to be used for such project until construction has been com-
 6 pleled, unless otherwise provided by a statute enacted after
 7   the dale of enactment of this Act.
 8       SEC. 81. The Secretary of the Army, acting lhrouf/h
 9 the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to studt/
13 the feasibility and practicality of constructing, ojieralui'j, and
11 maintaining in the vicinity of Duluth. Minnesota, a hydraulic
12 model of all or a part of the Great Lakes find their connecting
33 channels and an associated technical center, and to report
14 thereon to the Congress wilh recommendations not later than
15 June SO, 1976.
16       $EC. 83. Section o of the Flood Control Act approved
17 .\u(/usl 1ft, l!)41 fis amended (33 U.S.C. 701n), ?x amended
IS   a* foUmrs:
19       (1) The first sentence is amended by striking out "in
20 Me amount of 315,000,000".
21       (.-) Ijjj iiixerliiiff immediate]]/ after the first xc.n'riicc the

22 foUoirint/ ncir sentence: "The         Chief of Eiiyineeiv, in the

23 e.reri'ittc of his discretion, is further a-ulliori:cfl lo provide
24- cincri/t ney supplies of dean drinl'ing iralcr, mi such terms
25   as he determines In be adrisnble, la anij loetdilif irliie'i lie
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                                127
 1 finds is confronted with a source of contaminated drinking
 2 water causing or likely to cause a substantial threat to the
 3 public health and welfare of the inhabitants of the locality"
 4       (3) The proviso in the Jiexl to the last sentence is
 5 amended by striking out "of said sum," and: inserting in. lieu
 6 thereof the following: "of sums to such emergency fund,".
 7       SEC. 83. (a) The project for Bonneville Lock and Dam,
 8 Columbia- River, Oregon and Washington, authorized by
 9 the Act of August 30, 1935 (4.9 Slat. 1028) and the Act of
10 Auai      20, 1937 (oO Stal. 731) is hereby modified io au-
11 thorizc the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief

12 of Engineers, in connection n-ith the construction of the
13 Bonneville second poiwhousc. to relocate ihe toirn of yorlh
1J. Bonneville. Washington, to a new lownsite.
15       (b) As part of such relocation, the Secretary of the
16 Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, is authorized
17 to cooperate in //«- pi aim ing of a new loirn irilh other Federal
.18 agencies and appropriate /ion-Federal interests; to acquire
19 lands necessary for Ihe ncir town and to convey title to said-
20 lands to individuals, business or other entities, and to the
21 loirn as appropriate; and to construct a central seirage col-
22 lection and Ircntmint facility mul ollnr necessary municipal
23 facilities
'24;     (c) The compensation paid to any individual or entity
25 for the Inking of properly under this section shall be the

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 1 amount due such individual or entity under llic Uniform
 2 Relocation Assistance and Real Properly Acquisition Policies
 3 Act of 1970 less tJie fair market value of the real property
 4 conveyed to such individual or t,ntity in the new town. Munic-
 5 ipal facilities provided under the authority of this section
 6 shall be substitute facilities which serve reasonably as well as
 1 those in. the existing town of North Bonnevillc except that
 8 they shall be constructed to such higher star thirds as may be

 9 necessary tu comply with applicable Federal and Stale lairs.

10 Additional facilities may be constructed, or higher standards
11 utilized, only at the expense of appropriate                 non-Federal
12 interests.
13       (d) Before the Secretary of the Army acquires any real
14. property for the new townsite appropriate non-Federal, in-
]3 Icrcxls shall furnish binding contractual commitments that all
16 lots in (he new townsite will be cither occupitd when, avail-
17 nble. will be replacc-menl* for open xpure and vacant lota in
IS   the existing town, or will be purchased by non-Federal in-
19 (crests at the fair market value.
2Q       SEC. <s'4. (a) The project for flood protection on Four-
21 mile Run, city of Alexandria and Arlington County, Vir-
22 gi'ria, approved by resolutions of the Commiltc.es on Public
23   fFrtr/.v>- of the r»il,'d Ktalcs .SY/w/r find Ihiific of    Rcprcfu-nlfi-
24. lines, dated June 25, 1070, and July 14, Ifl70, respectively,
25 in accordance with the prori.vions of section 201 of the

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                                  129
 1    Flood Control Act of 1965 (Public Law S4-29S)., is

 2 hereby modified to incorporate the following:
 3            (1) A channel capacity sufficient       to acco'mmodate

 i    flood     'flown of twenty-wen thousand cubic feel per

 5       xecond:
 6            (•>) An increase in channel bottom widths along

 ~t      Fonrmile ftun from one hundred seventy-five to two

 S       hundred feel from Mount Vernon Avenue to Long

 9       Branch and from one hundred fifty           to one hundred

10       seventy-five feel above Long Branch, and, along Long

11       Branch, from forty to sixty feet.

12            (3) The deletion of the pumping stations, ponding

13       areas, and levees, wept for a diorl levee on Long

l-i      Branch, and the Jiifj^tili'iioji   therefor of bank retention

15       structures, inch/dim/ trail* wlu-re required due to space

16       limitations, and flood proofing by non.-Fcde.ral interests

11       of crixling and future xlniclures ax necessary lo proride

18       protection against a one hundred-year flood;

19            (4) The addition of recreation as a project feature,

20       including pedestrian and bil:e frails, aclirc and passive
21       recreation areas, picnic ar»ax, and protection of existing

22       marshland area.

23       (b) Prior lo initiation <>f ronslrut-lion of ihis project,
24 appropriate non-Federal inh-rest? shall agree lo—

25            (1) prnridr trillion! cost lo the Uinlc.d Stales all

       H.E. l()2(tf      9
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                              130
 1     lands, easement, and rights-of-way necessary for con-
 2    slruction of the project;
 3           (2) accomplish without cost to the United Stales all
 i     relocations and alterations to exislinp improvements, other
 5     than railroads and the George Washington Memorial
 6     Parkway Bridge, ivhich may be required by the conslrtic-
 1     lion works, including the reconstruction of the existing
 S     United States Route 1 highway bridge with ils approach        Vk
 9     ramps;
10           (3) hold and save the United Stales free from dam-
11    ages due to the construction works;
12           (4) maintain and operate all Ihe works after com-
13    plelion in accordance with regulations prescribed by the
14    Secretary of the Army;

15           (5) prevent encroachment on the project flood chan-
1G    ncls thai would decrease the effectiveness    of Ihe flood.
17    control improvement;
13           (6) provide al iheir own expense flood proofing of
19    existing and future building and other measures «.s neccs-
20    sary to provide flood protection against a one hundrcd-
21    y('ar flood;
22           (7) develop a laud jnanagemenl planning process
23    acceptable la the ficcri'lary of tin- Army for Ihe entire
2J.   watershed, including political jurisdiction* of Arlington.
      fll)
25        d Fairfax Counliiv and Ihe ciliea of Alf.cand.ria and
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 1    Falls Church, to insure (hat future development in the

 2    basin will not result in increased runoff which would im-

 3    pair the effectiveness   of (he flood control improvement;

 4:        (S) develop a land use management planning proc-

 5    ess satisfactory ID the Secretary of the Army for the area

 •i   protected by the project and other areas within the juris-

 1    diction of the non-Federal interest or interests furnishing

 S    the cooperation for the project, which trill insure, amonff

 9    other things, that future development will not be per-

10    milled in flood prone areas unless suitable structural or

11    non-structural flood control measures are first undertaken

12.   by non-Federal /w/;//"<• or private interests at no expense

13    to the Federal Government:

14         (9) contribute in cash loirard construction of the

15    project a sum estimated at $2 ,-'i3!l ,000, as folloirs:

16             (A)   city of Alexandria—one-half       the cost of

17        construction of tin- channels and flood walls between

18        Commonwealth         Ai'enue   and   Interstate   .03. or

19        $1,300,000. whichever is greater,

20             (B) Arlington C'ounly—$300,000.

21             (C) Jiichtnoiid, Frcdcricksbura, and Potomac

22        Railroad Cmnpauii—$439.000;

23        (10) paii 30 jier centum of the separable costs of

24    the project allocated l>> mrculinn, consisli-nl with the


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  1         Federal Water Project Recreation Acf (Public           Law

 2          89-72).

  3         (c) Then' is authorized lo be appropriated lo Ihe Sec-

 •i   retary of the Army fur construction of ihc Four-mile Pun

 5    project     no! lo exceed $29.f>&1.000. piny or minus such

 13   amoi;r,!s. if any. as may be justified by reason of ordinary

  7   fluctuation      in (he cod of construction am indicated by engi-

 S    neering cast inde.res applicable (o the lype of construction

 9    involved.

10          SEC. -S'o. fa) The projects fur Verona Dam and Lake.

11    Virginia, and for Sins Bridy Dam and Lake. Maryland.

12    are hereby authorized suhsfrmlially in accordance »'//// Ihe

13    recommi-ndafioiffi     of the Secretary of fin Army in House

14    Dficinntni Xuinhered M-S-fcj         as mndififd   by the rccom-

\7)   mendalians of the Chief of Eiifiii.'-eiv in ///.•* report dated

IJj   -I"ly 13- 1&73, e.rcfpt        lha! such authorization shall be

~[~   limited lo ihe phase 7 desiijii ineiitornndnin ti) mini need

l<$   enrjineeriiifj   and design, al an estimated cosl <>f ^J,400,000.

jcj         {b)' The Secretary of the Army, arting through ihe

•JO   Chief of Engineers, />• aulhnrizi'd ami directed In undertake

21    an inresligatidn and study of Ihe use nj waters in the Po-

22    loinar Hirer estuary as n source »f water supply for ihe

23    Washington niili'iipolilan arrii, inclnrling llu- ctmslruction.

24; "jieralinn, ami ernliial'mn nf n pilnl jJtuil fur llie I real-nun I

25    of such inilerx, al mi estimated cost nf XI!,000,000.

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     1        (c) The Secretary nf the Army, acting through the Chief

    '2   of Engineers i".v authorized and directed to revietr the c-o.

     3 'prehensive stuffy   of flit Pnlomac River haw, contained in

    •i House Document X it inhered fil-343 and to report thereon

     5 to the Congress n:ilh recommendation* as to those water

     6   rtaources development ami cuiwn-nlion measures which are

     7   needed to meet the future          water resource* needs of the

f    8   Washington     metropolitan area, including       water

     9 irale-r quality: wast water management alternatives; florid
                                                                    supply;



    10 control, includimj structural ami wmatruciural alternatives;

    11 recreation; fifth and n-ihlKfe       enhancement: and other pur-

    12 poses. The study of mt/M/ro- to meet the n-afer supply needs

    13 of the Washington incfniptililan        area .thall he coordinated

    14 with the Xorlheaslern        United State* water supply       study

    15   authorized by the A<-t nf October 27. tfffi'f   (7<> Slat. 107:1).

    16       -S'W. «S'£. (a) The Ken-clary of the A rmy. acting through

    17   the Chief of Engineer*, i* authorized to assist the Niiional

    18 Par!' Service in the Xul'miial Park Xerr,ice's program to

    19 plan for, di-xiyn. and implement rcsloratinn of the historical

    20   a/id ecoloffii-al raluea nf Dyke Marsh on 'he Potomac [fiver.

    21   Such assistance may include, but need not he limited to,

    22 furnishint/ suitable /;// material uhlaincd from the Potomac

    23 Rhw      or i/*- fributariex, it* placement, upon request, and

    24 engineering and technical serrices.

    25        fb) The Secretary of the Army, acting through the.

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 1   Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed lo make an

 2   investigation and study of tin- siltalion and sedimentation

 3 problems of the Potomac River basin wit ft particular em-

 4 phasis on these problems as (hey exist in the Washington

 5 metropolitan area of the basin. This study is to be made in

 6   consultation with the Departments of Interior and Agricul-

 1 lure, the Environmental Protection Agency, and other in-

 8   (crested Federal, State, and local entities and is to include,

 9   but need not be limited to, a description of the extent of

10 such problems together with the Chief of Engineer's rec-

11 ommendations       on feasible      and   environmentally   sound

12 methods of removing polluted river bed materials to en-

13 hancc water nualily, recreation use, fish and wildlife, naviga-

14   lion, and the esthetics of the basin, as well as his recom-

lo   mendations on alternative methods and sites for the proper

16   disposal of such material*. The Secretary of the Army shall

17   transmit this study and the Chief of Engineers recommenda-

18   lions to (he Congress no later than three years from the

19   dale of enactment of Ihi* Act.

20       SEC. 87. The Secretary of the Army, acting through

21 the Chief of Engineers, is authorized lo review Ihe compre-

22 lie-mirr plan for flood control nnd oilier purposes for Hie

23 Mississippi Hirer and tributaries, approved by (he Flood

2-1 Control Acl of Jinn 1-1. IflSfi, fix amended, lo determine the


                            903
                                135
 1 feasibility of modifying the project to provide that the chan-
 2 nel of Bayou Courlablcau be enlarged from Washington to
 3 the west protection levee in lieu of the authorized Wasliing-
 4 ton-tv-Courtableau diversion, and. that additional culverts
 5 through the west protection levee- be provided as necessary
 G for the increased flow.
 7       Sue. 88. (a) The project for flood control beloiv Chat-
 8 field Dam on the South Platte River, Colorado, authorized by
 9 the Flood Control Act of 1930 (64 Stat. 175), is hereby
10   modilied to authorize the Secretary of the Army, acting
11   through, the Chief of Engineers, to participate with non-Fed-
12   eral interests in the acquisition of lands and interests therein
13   and in the development uf recreational facilities immediately
14   downstream, of the Chatfield Dam, in lieu of a portion of the
15   authorized channel improvement, for the purpose of flood

16   control and recreation.
IT       (b) Such participation shall (1) consist of the amount
13   of savings realized by the United States, as determined by
19   (he Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of
20   Engineers, in not constructing that portion of the authorized
21 channel improvement below the dam, together with such
22 sJiare of any land, acquisition and recreation development
93 costs, over and above that amount, that the Secretary of
24; the Army determines is comparable to the share available
25   under similar Federal programs providing financial assist-


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                                136
 1 ance for recreation and open spaces, (2) in the instance of
 2 the aforementioned land acquisition, be restricted to those
 3 lands deemed necessary by the Secretary of the Army for
 4 flood control purposes, and (3) not otherwise reduce the
 5 local cooperation required under the project.
 6       (c) Prior to the furnishing of the participation aulhor-
 7 izcd by this Act, non-Federal interests shall enter into a
 8 binding written agreement with the Secretary of the Army
 9 to prevent any encroachments in needed flood plain deten-
10 lion areas which would reduce their capability for flood de-
ll   lention and recreation.
12       SEC. 89. The project for the Roy ue River, Oregon
13 and California, authorized by section -203 of the Flood- Con-
14 trol Act of 1962 (76 Slat. 1178, 1192) is hereby modified
15 to provide thai, with respect to the irrigation aspect of the
16 Applcgatc Dam and Reservoir, appropriate          non-Federal
17 interests shall make necessary arrangements with the Sec-
18 relary of the Interior, prior to use of ihc project for irnga-
19 lion, for repayment under the provision.* of the reclamation
2Q laics of the costs allocated to irrigation.
21       SEC. 90. That plan for (hod protection in the Big Sandy
22 River Basin, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Virginia in-
23 eluded, in the comprehensive plan for flood control in the
24 Ohio River Basin, authorized by the Flood Control Act,
05 approved June 22, 1936 (49 Klal. 1.570), as amended and

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                                      137
     1 -modified, is hereby further modified to authorize Ihc .S'eere-
     2 Inry of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, to
     B provide all communities in (lie Tuy Fork VaJley of the Bit/
     4 Sandy River Basin. Kentucky, Virginia, and West Virginia,
     5   trilh comprehensive flood protection by a combination of
     6 local flood protection n~orks find residential flood proofing
     1 similar lo the measures described by the Chief of Engineers

t    8 In the ''Report on Tug Fork, July 1.070", except that such
     9 authorisation shall be limited to the phase 1 design memo-
    10 randum stage of advanced engineering and design at an
    11 estimated cost of $1.290,000.
    12       SEC. .01. The yew York Harbor collection and removal
    13 of drift project is hereby modified in accordance u:ilh the
    14 recommendations contained in "Survey Report on Review of
    15 Proji'ct. Xeir York Harbor Collection and Removal of Drift."
    16 dated June 196$. revised March IftfJ.O, and April 1.071, on
    17 iile in the Of/ice, Chief of Engineer*. There is authorized to
    IS   be approjirialcd not to e.rceed $1-i,000,000 to carry out the
    1 fl modification authorized by Ihis section.
    20       SEC. f)2. (a) Tin- hurricane-flood jirnlerlinn project on
    21   Lake Pontrharlrain, Louisiana, authorized by section 2'H
    22 "/ Iht- Fltmtl Control Ael of 1<l<;~> (Puhlir Law M-2M)             is
    23 herein/ m>>di/ied lo proride llial non-Federal public bodies
    24. may agree to pay the unpaid bidnnce of ihe cnsli p'tynienl
    25   'hie, irilli interest, in yearly inslalliiK nls. The yearly install-

                                         906
                                138
 1 inents trill be initialed irhen the Secretary determines thai the
 2 project is complete but in no case shall the initial installment
 3 be delayed more than ten years aflei the initiation of project
 4: construction. Each installment shall not be less than -one
 5 ticenly-fiflli of the remaining unjmid balance plus interest on
 6 such balance, and the total of such installments shall b: suffi-
 1 cii-nt to achieve full payment, including interest, witliin
 8 twenty-live years of the initiation of project construction.
 9        '(b) The rale of interest on (he unpaid balance shall be
10 //"// specified in section 301 (b) of Ihe Water Supply         Act
11 of Iff .58 (Public Lav: $5-500).
12        (c) Ami payment agreement pursuant to the provisions
13 of this Act .s/jf/// be in irriting, and the provisions of subscc-
14 tions (b), (c), and (e) of section 221 of the F1o.,d Control
15 Acl of 1.070 (Public Lair 01-611) shall be applicable to
16 such written agreeme.i1.
17        SEC. .9.9. Section 107 of Hie River and Harbor Acl of
IS   1-948 ((>2 Stal. 1.17-1) is amended by xlrikinff out "323,000"
19 and inserting in lieu thereof "$4.),l)00'\

20        &EC- 94- (fl)   The Secretary of the Army, acting
21 lhrouf/h the Chief of Enf/ineers, is authorized and directed,
22 in coordination with the State of Kentucky and a-ppro-
23 priale local fluencies, (1) lo repair exislinc/ flood damage to
24 Rive     Road al Rabbit Hash, Boone County, Kentucky, or,
25 as appropriate, to relocate Rirer Road, (2) lo repair exist-

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                                          139
     1    ing flood damage to JJuff Road (also known as Ryle Road)
     2 at Hamilton Landing, Boone County, Kentucky, or, as ap-
     3 propriate, to relocate Huff              Eoad, and (3) to construct
     4 needed streambank protection works to prevent future erosion
     5 damage to public and private facilities al and near Boone
     u    County, Kentucky.
     7           (b) There is authorized to be appropriated not to exceed
     8 §375,000 for the roadn-ork authorized by thi.-i section and
     9 not to exceed 8600,000 to construct the bank protection
    10    works.
    11        SEC. f/o. The project for Russian Ttiver, Dry Creek.
    32 California, ax authorized in wet ion 203 of the Flood Con-
    13 trot Act of 7.90,2 (7f> &'H/. 717-9;. as modified, is further
    14 modified to authorize and din-cl the Secretary of the Army,



t   15 aclinff     (hrouah the Chief of Engineer*, to compensate for
    IQ fish Josses on i
    17
                               Russian River ivhich may be attributed to
          the operation of the Coyoti- Dam component of the project
    IS    thront/h measure* such an possible expansion of ihc capacity
    IQ    of the fixh hatchery al the Warm Spr'uijx Dam com/ionent of
    20 the project.
    2^         HE-C. ()(i. The Secretary of the Army, aclina llirout/Ji Ilic
    22    Chief of Enyinecrt:, /.s authorized ami dim-lvd lo invexliyalc
    23    and .s'/<••/// tin- feasibility of aw/uirina, nx a part of the jirojecl

    2-t   l'nr K'Jw    Lake, Ken lucky, tnillmrizt'd by Ilic l'"1ond Control

    25    •''"' "/ l!H>'b'. "a fiwi ''onxixlinii of ajipro.niiinlcly   /,HO!) urn*

                                              008
                                      140
   1 for maintenance in its natural sink and for the purpose o/

   2   cnvironntrntf.il   investigations.

   3        .S'/rc. .97. (o:) Jf the Secretory of tin- Arm?/ acting

   4 through flie Chief of Engineers, find* that {he pro fused proj-

   5 ec1 in Salisbury, Maryland, fo be undertaken nl ihc locations

   6   to be declared nonnavigable under tins section is in the pub-

   7   lie interest, on the basis of engineering slndies to determine

   S   the location mid structural stability <>f any bull-heading and

   9 filling and permanent pile-supported structures,, in order to

10 preserve and maintain the remaining navigable n:aierwa]i

13 and < n ilie basis of environmental studies conducted pursuant

12 to tlic National Environmental Policy Act of If I (if), then those

13 porlio.t* o/ tlie South Prone/ of the Wicomico fiiver in Wi-

ll     t-omici) County. Stale of Maryland, bounded and described
15     as foUon-s. an- declared to be not a navigable n-ater of Ihe

l(j    f niled Sidles irifhin Ihe meaning <>f Ihe lairs of Ihe Ignited

17 Stales, find iJic consent of Conf/res* is hereby given, consistent

13 irifh subsection (b) of ihis set-linn, to tin- filling in of a part

19     thereof or Ihe i reel ion of i/irin amnl pile-supported structures

20 thereon: Thai portion of the South Prang of the Wicomico

21     /«'•*•"<•'/• in Salisbury, Mrirybin'I. bounded on lh<- cast by Ihe
22     n-esl sidr of rniled Stales Raul? 13; on Iht ircsl by Ihc iresl

23     side of //.r .]//// Street Bridge; on tin south Inj a line (ire fed

24     bindir.inl from the present irfiler's edge <ll high tide e.iteinl-

'jr>   ing the (nitre Icnglh of Ihe Soiilh Prong from Iht east bound-
                                          141
     1 ary at United Si'iles Route 13 to the n-esi boundary at the
     2 J/jtf/ Street Bridge: and on the north by a line (ire feet la-nd-
     3 ward from the present irater's edf/e at /»'//// tide eJiendiny the
     4 entire If-nf/th of the Kouth Prong from //it- east boundary fit
     5 United States Route 13 to the west boundary at the Mill
     (j   Street Bridge.
     1         (b) This declaration shall apply only to the portions of

f    8 the areas described in subsection (a) irhich are bull.'headed
     9 and filled or occupied by permanent pile-supported siruc-
    10 lu-res. Plans for bi'Ikheadinf/ find /////////    and pi rmancnl pi!e-
    ll- supported structure* shall be approved by the Secretary of
    12 the Anny. act ing through the Chief of Engineers. Such bulk-
    13 headed and filled areas or ureas occupied by permanent pile-
    14    xu-pporfed st.rudute* *hall not reduce the e.nslinfj iridlh of the
    15    Wicomico Hirer to less Ihan $'uiy fed find a minimum depth
    IQ of fire feet shall be mainlaimd irilhin surh si.ity-fool iridlh
    17    of the Wicomico Hirer. Local interests shall nimburse the
    1£    Federal (rover nine at for c-iiyineerint/ and nil iJher cf^ta in-
    19 curred under this section.
    2Q         SEC. OS. The Secretary nf the .!/•;/>/;, nrriiiy in rough the

    21    f'^hief of Engineers, is authorized cml din-fled lit undertake

    22    the rcmornl <>f sill find aipuitir ynnrl!, futm Hmaihrnij Lnhe,

    23    Anderson Cuiinlu, .S'f •/////   Cur tl'nn, til tin estimated efist of

    24 $-100.000.
    1:5        X/vV'. H!l. The fiirhc Ii'ii'er l>iisi<i feature,    Mississippi
                                           142
 1 River ami tributaries project, Arkansas, authorized by the
 2 Flow] Control Act approved October 27. lf)6n, is hereby

 3 modified in accordance with tin recommendations of (he Chief

 4 of Enaineers in House Document Xumbered 92-366, at an
     5 estimated cost of $-5.232.000. The Secretary of the Army
 6 is ako authorized to undertake all or part of the additional

 7 fi*h and wildlife enhancement measures recommended by

 8 the Department of the Jntcrior in Us comments in such House

 9 document. Such measures shall not exceed thirty thousand
10 ftc-n-s of land. Appropriate non-Federal interests shall con-

11 tribute. 100 per centum of the costs of any s,ich measures
12 undertaken. The provisions of this section shall be effective
13 only if approred by the district court for the Eastern District

14 of Arkansas. \Vestcrn Division, in ils decision in the caw of
15 E.D.F. and others rs. Froehlke. and others.
1(5            SEC. 100. The Knife Hirer Harbor project on Lake
If     Superior, Minnesota, is hereby modified to require the Secre-
18 Ian/ of the Army, aclin<j llinuiah ihc Chief of Engineers, to
19 construct such measures us Ihc Chief of Engineers flete.r-

20      mine* necessary to cnrrccl the dcsiyu deficiency which results

21     /')/ ,nis(ilisfaclon/ entrance and ntoorint/ conditions at such

22 harbor, al an estimated cost of XUXOMiO.
23             SEC. 1.01. The project fur flood protection on the fiah-

24 u'nif Hirer, Xar Jersey, authorized Inj the Flood Control
25     (.|r/   of ~Jfif;.')   jn herein/ wot/i/jed lo provide thai the costs of

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                    1     relocations of utilities within flic channel walls shall be borne

                    2    by the United Stales.

                ?                   SEC. 202. Tins title may be cited as (he "Water Ke-

                4        sources Development Act of 1973".

                    5                   TITLE II—KIVEE BASIN MONETARY
                6                                                    AUTHORIZATIONS
                7                  SEC. .201. (a) In addition to previous authorizations,

                8        there is hereby authorized to be appropriated for the prose-

                9        cution of the comprehensive plan of development of each

             10          river basin under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the

             U           Army referred to in the first column below, which was basi-

             12          colly authorized by the Act referred to by date of enactment

             13          in. the second column below, an amount not to exceed that

             1^         shown opposite such river basin in the third column below:
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            15                    (b) The total miiaunl nnthonzvil to he appropriated hi/

            16          llri* vcdivn shall not e.vce.al S/ii-i,000,000.

            .17                  SKC. 202. Tin- Secrelui'if of the Army, actiny throuyh the

            IS          Chief of Eiiiiiiu'eiv. i* nuthnrizwl to initiate llic wond phtw
            19          of the bunk croniiiii con I nil irorl,* «nd wlbac]; lerecx on (he

            '20         fiarrtniH'iifn h'iiw, California, nutJiorized hy the Vlnm] C'nn-

            2.1 //'';/ Act of IfJ/iO. in areonJancc irilh the rec
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1 of lln: Chic/ of Engineers in House Document Numbered
2 .93-151, and the mom-lary authorization for the Sacramento

3 River Basin, basically authorized by the Act of December 3.2,
4 1044, is increased by .iol to exceed S16,000,000 for such
5 purpose.
6      SEC. 303. This title may be cited as the ••River Basin
7 Monetary Authorization Act of 1.073".



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