Energy and water development appropriations for 1986: hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, first session, Part 8
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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Page 1024 - Authority — a corporation clothed with the power of government but possessed of the flexibility and initiative of a private enterprise. It should be charged with the broadest duty of planning for the proper use, conservation, and development of the natural resources of the Tennessee River drainage basin and its adjoining territory for the general social and economic welfare of the Nation.
Page 529 - TOMBIGBEE RIVER BASIN. MISSISSIPPI AND ALABAMA, AND TUSCUMBIA RIVER BASIN, MISSISSIPPI FLOOD PREVENTION AND CONTROL, SOIL EROSION AND SILTATION CONTROL, WATER QUALITY CONTROL. WATER SUPPLY, RECREATION, FISH AND WILDLIFE, ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, WATERSHED PROTECTION AND ALLIED PURPOSES - RESOLUTION BY THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ADOPTED SEPTEMBER 19, 1984...
Page 417 - State if he finds that the area has one aquifer which is the sole or principal drinking water source for the area and which, if contaminated, would create a significant hazard to public health.
Page 637 - ... the Southern Ute Indian Tribe and the Ute Mountain Ute Indian Tribe, and with the United States as trustee of the Tribes, for quantification of their water claims.
Page 863 - Valley and on that date suspended their support of this project until such time as: 1. A new benefit-cost ratio study, which includes up-to-date interest rates and construction costs and reevaluation of recreational benefits, is completed and demonstrates to the satisfaction of the State that this is a wise expenditure of taxpayers funds. 2. An environmental impact statement...
Page 156 - Hammock and carried, the following resolution is adopted by the Board of Supervisors of the County of San Bernardino, State of California: RESOLUTION NO.
Page 628 - Input provided from community-wide and "interested citizen group" meetings. As a result of the Central Business District Planning Study, a very aesthetically desirable concept, acceptable to the community and the US Army Corps of Engineers, was developed for critical areas of the flood control works. This concept blends the flood control with the other downtown improvements.
Page 127 - The Phase I Studies which were accomplished in cooperation with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Game, the Corps of Engineers, and others, indicate that environmental problems will be minimized on this project as a result of the large investment proposed for environmental mitigation and enhancement measures.
Page 130 - Supervisors is under continuing pressure to permit the development of the land in the proposed project area by dividing it into smaller parcels. If the land uses are to remain compatible with a project of this magnitude, it is imperative that studies leading to construction proceed as rapidly as possible so that the necessary rights of way can be purchased with the least disruption to private property owners.