Energy and Water Development Appropriations for 1986: Tennessee Valley Authority, Appalachian Regional Commission, Testimony of the Secretary of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1985 - Energy development
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acres activities additional Administration advance agencies allocated amount appropriation assistance authorized benefits BEVILL budget Bureau Canal capacity Central changes Colorado River Commission communities completed conservation construction Construction Program continue contract cost County demonstration Department determine District economic efforts energy engineering environmental equipment estimate existing facilities Federal feet fertilizer financing fiscal year 1986 fish and wildlife flood funds impact improved increase Indian industrial initiated interest investment irrigation land maintenance meet ment miles million needs Non-Federal North Obligations operation Participation percent plant potential present problems production proposed Public Law Pumping Reclamation recreation reduce region repayment request Reservoir result River salinity scheduled Secretary HODEL September South structures technical Tennessee tion Total Unit Valley water supply
Page 7 - To Improve the navigability and to provide for the flood control of the Tennessee River; to provide for reforestation and the proper use of marginal lands In the Tennessee Valley; to provide for the agricultural and industrial development of said valley; to provide for the national defense by the creation of a corporation for the operation of Government properties at and near Muscle Shoals In the State of Alabama, and for other purposes.
Page 99 - NRECA can emulate nationally our effort to use rural electric cooperatives to stimulate economic development and job creation activities. In order to avoid duplication with other Federal and State efforts, we have in place or are working toward agreements with several agencies within the Department of Agriculture, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of State, the Department of Commerce, the Department of the Interior, the Department of the Army, the Appalachian Regional Commission,...
Page 55 - That no tolls or operating charges whatever shall be levied upon or collected from any vessel, dredge, or other water craft for passing through any lock, canal, canalized river, or other work for the use and benefit of navigation, now belonging to the United States or that may be hereafter acquired or constructed...
Page 55 - That the said rivers, when improved as aforesaid, shall remain forever free from toll for all property belonging to the government of the United States, and for all persons in their service, and for all the citizens of the United States, unless a toll shall be allowed by act of Congress.
Page 406 - THE OFFICE OF TERRITORIAL AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR HAS ABRUPTLY SHUNNED ALL OF OUR REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE IN FUNDING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE REQUIRED NEW TRANSMISSION LINES.
Page 421 - The program will be administered to accommodate unmet financial needs of school districts related to the presence of large blocks of nontaxable Indianowned property in the district and relatively large numbers of Indian children which create situations which local funds are inadequate to meet.
Page 546 - That the Bureau of Reclamation under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior make all arrangements for the sale and distribution of electric energy generated at all hydroelectric developments hereafter constructed by any Federal agency within the basin as...
Page 406 - Under the US-Saudi Arabian Joint Economic Commission, the Bureau has a Memorandum of Understanding with the Saline Water Conversion Corporation to provide assistance in the establishment of a Research, Development and Training Center at Al Juball, one of the world's largest desalination plants on the Arabian Gulf.
Page 449 - Thank you Mr. Chairman, for the opportunity to appear before you and the committee today to discuss the proposed fiscal year 1986 budget for the Bureau of Reclamation.
Page 377 - Dam in such manner as will produce the flood-control benefits upon which the monetary contribution is predicated, and such operation of the dam for flood control shall be in accordance with rules prescribed by the Secretary of the Army pursuant to the provisions of section 7 of the Flood Control Act of 1944 (58 Stat. 890...