Hearings, Volume 1

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Page 226 - State or local interests give reasonable assurances, and there is evidence, that such demands for the use of such storage will be made within a period of time which will permit paying out the costs allocated to water supply within the life of the project...
Page 589 - Reservoir project is a unit of the comprehensive plan for flood control and other purposes in the Ohio River Basin...
Page 769 - ... request of the Chief of Engineers, including suitable areas determined by the Chief of Engineers to be required in the general public interest for initial and subsequent disposal of spoil, and necessary retaining dikes, bulkheads, and embankments therefor or the costs of such retaining works.
Page 324 - Act shall be expended on the construction of any project until States, political subdivisions thereof, or other responsible local agencies have given assurances satisfactory to the Secretary of War that they will (a) provide without cost to the United States all lands, easements, and rights-of-way necessary for the construction of the project...
Page 877 - States free from damages that may result from construction and maintenance of the project; (3) provide and maintain at local expense adequate public terminal and transfer facilities open to all on equal terms...
Page 631 - Federal and%ion-Federal levees, is hereby authorized substantially in accordance with the recommendations of the Chief of Engineers in House Document Numbered 602, Seventy-ninth Congress, second ' session, at an estimated cost of $77,500,000.
Page 128 - States of $625,000 for construction; provided local interests give assurances satisfactory to the Secretary of the Army...
Page 639 - Location. — The project involves improvement of the Mississippi River from the mouth of the Ohio River to the mouth of the Missouri River.
Page 584 - The general development trends for the area indicate that, during the economic life of the proposed projects, the areas bordering the entire length of the Big Sandy will become a highly developed industrial and urban reach. The general trend of...

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