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CAPABILITIES FOR CONTINUING PRECONSTRUCTION ENG I NEER I NG & DESIGN
MISSISSIPPI RIVER & TRIBUTARIES

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MISSISSIPPI RIVER & TRIBUTARIES

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CAPABILITIES FOR MAJOR REHABILITATION & DAM SAFETY ASSURANCE PROJECTS UNDERWAY
MISSISSIPPI RIVER & TRIBUTARIES

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CONTINUING AUTHORITIES PROGRAM

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Senator JOHNSTON. Provide for the record a table showing your 1989 funding capability on each of the Small Projects, Continuing Authorities programs, by project. General HATCH. The Continuing Authorities Program is budgeted

programmatic basis rather than by project because it is so dynamic that we may be working on some projects in FY 1989 that we

do not even know about at this time. For the same reason, we do not have capabilities for individual continuing Authorities Projects. I can provide for the record a listing of projects which have received allocations as of 31 January 1988, or havé been approved for construction but not yet funded, and the total amounts those projects are scheduled to receive in FY 1988 and FY 1989. As studies proceed and costs and benefits determined, and local interests' willingness and ability to pay

determined, some activities will be terminated and others, not listed, may be initiated. Furthermore, we are managing each program to insure that only projects having predominately flood control and

commercial navigation outputs proceed to construction. (the information follows:)

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ACTUAL AND PENDING ALLOCATION FOR SMALL PROJECTS PROGRAMS

(Funds Shown In $1,000)

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Bass Harbor, Tremont, ME
Gloucester Harbor, Gloucester, MA
Green Harbor, Marshfield, MA
Perkins Cove, Ogunquit, ME
Pine Pt. Harbor, Scarborough, ME
Point Judith Pond, RI
Saugus River, Saugus,

MA
Scituate Harbor, Scituate, MA
Winthrop Harbor, Winthrop, MA
Wood Island Harbor, ME
Chignik, AK
Larson Bay, AK
Mountain Point, AK
Ouzinkie, AK
St. George, AK
Henrici Bar Deep Draft Anchorage, OR
Longview Deep Draft Anchorage, WA
Willow Bar Deep Draft Anchorage, WA
Yaquina Bay & Bar, OR
Florence, AL
Harkers Island, Carteret County, NC
Avalon Harbor, CA
Russellville-Dardanelle Port, AR
Projects Not Yet Identified

60 20 30 50 10 40 65 15 15 24 43 100 70 15 8 9 10

5 16 40 80 341

30 1,206

Subtotal Detailed Project Reports

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ACTUAL AND PENDING ALLOCATION FOR SMALL PROJECTS PROGRAMS

(Funds Shown In $1,000)

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ACTUAL AND PENDING ALLOCATION FOR SMALL PROJECTS PROGRAMS

(Funds Shown In $1,000)

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Bayou Natchitoches, LA
Pearl-Flowood, MS
Conklin, New York, Ice Jam Study
Gwynns Falls, Baltimore, MD
Great Chazy River; Champlain, NY
Hackensack River; New Milford, NJ
Valleyview, IL
Tama, IA
Aroostook R, Ft. Fairfield, ME
Industrial Area, Waterbury, CT
Mad R, Woodtick, Waterbury, CT
Warrenton Diking District #1, OR
Blacklick, Cr., Franklin Co.,

OH
Duck Cr Elwood, IN
Turpentine Run, St. Thomas, VI
Great Coharie Creek, Sampson Co., NC
Lower Creek, Lenoir, NC
Peters Creek, Roanoke, VA
Delaware Creek, Dallas Co., TX
Ten Mile Creek, Duncanville, TX

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