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 9
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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acreages acres additional Administration amount appear appreciate Appropriations approved Arkansas Association authorized bank Basin benefits Bevill bill budget Chairman channel City Commission Committee completed concern Congress Congressman construction continue Corps of Engineers cost County Creek crops Department District drainage economic effective effort Energy Energy and Water existing facilities Federal fiscal flood control follows funding future going House Impact important improvements included increase industrial interest irrigation Kentucky Lake land Levee Louisiana lower maintenance major million Mississippi River navigation Office Oklahoma operation participation percent planning Port present President problems production proposed Reclamation recommends Red River Valley reduce region Representatives request Reservoir River Basin River Valley Association Sam Rayburn served sharing statement Subcommittee Texas Thank United urge Water Development water resources water supply Waterway
Page 2239 - having regard to the recovery ... of the cost of producing and transmitting such electric energy, Including the amortization of the capital investment allocated to power over a reasonable period of years". The usual capital Investment to be amortized Is the cost of construction,
Page 2807 - et seq., Congress mandated that BPA establish rates 'having regard to the recovery ... of the cost of producing and transmitting such electrical energy including the amortization of the capital investment over a reasonable period of years.' (Emphasis supplied).— This statutory standard was later
Page 2127 - County will make every effort to provide its local share of the cost. Thank you for your consideration of these requests and for your time in allowing us to be present at these hearings. We stand ready to assist you in any way and to furnish any additional information you may require.
Page 1887 - I am the President of the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta Levee Board of Clarksdale, Mississippi. I also serve as Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Lower Mississippi Valley Flood Control Association and I appear here as spokesman for that Association. I will present several items of general interest to all our
Page 2239 - hydropower project appears in the 1944 Flood Control Act, Section 5, 16 USC | 825s, with regard to preference customers: "Preference In the sale of such power and energy shall be given to public bodies and cooperatives.
Page 2027 - the Port of Baton Rouge, located 125 miles upriver, is the fifth. Both port complexes are entirely dependent upon timely and adequate dredging of the Southwest Pass to provide access to the Gulf. Judging from past experiences with spring thaws bringing higher river stages and higher rates of siltation, we feel that the
Page 2202 - Resources. The Department has been designated as the State agency to cooperate with appropriate agencies of the Federal government and with other State and local agencies in matters relating to water resource development. In order to assure orderly development of the State's water resources, the Department has formulated and adopted a
Page 1988 - years done notable work In the support and advancement of a program to develop the land and water resources of the valley to the beneficial use of all the people. The Association la a voluntary group of citizens banded together to advance the economic development and future well-being of the citizens of the four state Red River Basin area.
Page 2128 - The Commissioners' Court of Jefferson County, Texas, would like to go on record In support of the following projects which pertain to Jefferson County and will be presented by Congressman Jack Brooks on Wednesday, April 3, 1985: (1) Sabine-Neches Waterway (2) Taylors Bayou (3) Gulf Intracoastal Waterway It is our opinion that