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PUBLIC LAW 99-000—MMMM. DD, 1986

PUBLIC LAW 99-662—NOV. 17, 1986 • •"

100 STAT. 4211

MAINE

That portion of the project for navigation, Bar Harbor, Maine, . ^.. authorized by the River and Harbor Act of August 11, 1888, and the River and Harbor Act of September 19, 1890, which portion consists of completing the breakwater to its fully authorized cross section. The Dickey-Lincoln School project, Saint John River, Maine, authorized by section 204 of the Flood Control Act of 1965. 79 Stat. 1074. That portion of the project for navigation, Kennebec River, Maine, authorized by the River and Harbor Act of June 13, 1902, which portion consists of the 27-foot channel above the 32 Stat. 331. bridge at Bath, Maine.

That portion of the project for navigation, Rockland Harbor, Maine, authorized by the Act of June 29, 1956, Public Law 630, Eighty-fourth Congress, which portion consists of an 18-foot 70 Stat. 407. access channel, 100 feet wide and 900 feet long to the shipyard along southern waterfront, and uncompleted portions of the outer limits of three branch channels along the central waterfront. MARYLAND

The feature of the project for navigation, Baltimore Harbor and channels, Maryland, authorized by the River and Harbor Acts of August 8, 1917, January 21, 1927, July 3, 1930, October 17, 1940, March 2, 1945, July 3, 1958, and December 31, 1970, which feature consists of a navigation channel 150 feet wide to Ferry Bar and thence 27 feet deep and 150 feet wide to the Hanover Street Bridge.

46 Stat. 918. 59 Stat. 10. 72 Stat. 297. 84 Stat. 818. i;> a; &

MASSACHUSETTS

The project for navigation, Edgartown Harbor, Massachusetts, authorized by section 201 of the Flood Control Act of 1965 42 USC 1962d-5. and approved by resolution adopted by the Committee on Public Works of the House of Representatives on December 15, 1970, and by the Committee on Public Works of the Senate on December 19, 1970. The feature of the project for navigation. Fall River Harbor Channel, Massachusetts, authorized by the Act of July 3, 1930, ,. Public Law 520, Seventy-first Congress, which feature consists of rock removal to a depth of 30 feet at the lower end of Hog Island Shoal at the north side of the entreuice to Mount Hope Bay. The project for navigation, Ipswich River, Massachusetts, authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1968. 82 Stat. 739. The feature of the project for navigation, Nantucket Harbor of Refuge Anchorage, Massachusetts, authorized by the River ,|; and Harbor Act of March 2, 1945, Public Law 14, Seventy-ninth Congress, which feature consists of 15-foot deep anchorage, 2,800 feet long by 300 to 1,100 feet wide near the west side of the s.,., ^^. inner harbor, and a 15-foot deep fairway 200 feet wide between the anchorage and the madn waterfront. The project for navigation, New Bedford and Fairhaven Harbor, Bristol County, Massachusetts, authorized by the River and Harbor Act of July 25, 1912, Public Law 241, Sixty-second Congress.