Energy and water development appropriations for fiscal year 1985: hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, second session, Partie 1

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Page 336 - New York, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Federal Government. The purpose of the compact is to enable the signatory parties to participate jointly in the conservation, utilization, development, and control of water and related land resources of the region of the Delaware River Basin. Under the terms of the compact, the commission is directed : To develop and implement comprehensive plans, policies, and...
Page 339 - Public Law 91-575 among the States of Maryland and New York, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the Federal Government. The...
Page 354 - The moneys necessary to finance the Commission in the administration of its business in the Conservancy District shall be provided through appropriations from the signatory bodies and the United States, in the manner prescribed by the laws of the several signatory bodies and of the United States, and in amounts as follows: The pro rata contribution shall be based on such factors as population, the amount of industrial and domestic pollution; and a flat service charge, as shall...
Page 115 - Represents total initial Investment cost for flood control including the amount allocated to flood control in multiple-purpose power projects and the amount allocated to flood control in the Mississippi River and tributaries program.
Page 336 - River Basin. Under the terms of the Compact, the Commission is directed to develop and implement comprehensive plans, policies, and programs relating to the water resources of the Basin; to adopt and promote uniform and coordinated policies for water conservation, control, and development in the Basin; and to encourage the planning, development, and financing of water resources projects according to such plans and policies. The...
Page 100 - States for any authorized flood control work whenever such work and expenditure may be considered by the Secretary of the Army, on recommendation of the Chief of Engineers, as advantageous in the public interest...
Page 229 - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee. First of all, I would like to commend the committee for getting into this subject of skyjacking.
Page 221 - Kansas that are vital and necessary to the conservation of land and water by the three agencies, namely, the Corps of Engineers, the Bureau of Reclamation, and the Soil Conservation Service of the United States Department of Agriculture.
Page 115 - The only cumulative record the corps keeps of total benefits and cost allocations to a project purpose is flood control. Remaining costs are not segregated by project purpose. However, the following tabulation does provide quantitative benefits provided by completed projects in our investment program. Flood control (billions): Flood damages prevented...
Page 109 - Yes, sir. I will provide that information for the record. (The information follows :) The...

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