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102 STAT. 4012
PUBLIC LAW 100-676—NOV. 17, 1988
Public Law 100-676 100th Congress °^'—' [S. 2100]
To provide for the conservation and development of water and related resources, to authorize the United States Army Corps of Engineers to construct various projects for improvements to rivers and harbors of the United States, and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled.
Development Act of 1988.
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.
33 USC 2201 note.
(a) SHORT TITLE.—This Act may be cited as the "Water Resources Development Act of 1988". (b) TABLE OF CONTENTS.— Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents. Sec. 2. Secretary defined. Sec. 3. Project authorizations. Sec. 4. Project modifications. Sec. 5. Comments on certain changes in operations of reservoirs. Sec. 6. Operation of certain projects to enhance recreation. Sec. 7. Collaborative research and development. Sec. 8. Innovative technology. Sec. 9. Technical assistance demonstration program. Sec. 10. Periodic statements. Sec. 11. Simulation model of South Central Florida hydrologic ecosystem. Sec. 12. Section 215 reimbursement limitation per project. Sec. 13. Additional 10 percent payment over 30 years for construction of harbors. Sec. 14. Compliance with flood plain management and insurance programs. Sec. 15. Federal repayment district. Sec. 16. Abandoned and wrecked vessels. Sec. 17. Flood warning and response system. Sec. 18. Small boat harbor, Buffalo Harbor, New York. Sec. 19. Lakeport Lake, California. Sec. 20. Sacramento, California. Sec. 21. Mississippi River headwaters reservoirs. Sec. 22. Heading Island inlet, Duluth Harbor, Minnesota. Sec. 23. Louisiana water supply. Sec. 24. Contained spoil disposal facilities in the Great Lakes and their connecting channels. Sec. 25. South pier to Charlevoix Harbor, Charlevoix, Michigan. Sec. 26. Coyote and Berryessa Creeks, California. Sec. 27. Land conveyance, Whittier Narrows Dam, Los Angeles County, California. Sec. 28. Land conveyance, Ottawa, Illinois. Sec. 29. Land transfer in Whitman County, Washington. Sec. 30. Lesage/Greenbottom Swamp, West Virginia. Sec. 31. Portuguese and Bucana Rivers, Puerto Rico. Sec. 32. Alternatives to mud dump for disposal of dredged material. Sec. 33. Missouri River between Fort Peck Dam, Montiana, and Gavins Point Dam, South Dakota and Nebraska. Sec. 34. New York Harbor drift removal project. Sec. 35. Placement of dredged beach quality sand on beaches. Sec. 36. Restoration, Ventura to Pierpont Beach, C^ifin-nia. Sec. 37. William G. Stone lock tolls. Sec. 38. Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of the Delaware River. Sec. 39. Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of Coney Island Creek and Gravesend Bay, New York. Sec. 40. Extension of modified water delivery schedules. Everglades National Park. Sec. 41. Period of environmental demonstration program. Sec. 42. Federal hydroelectric power modernization study. Sec. 43. Water quality effects of hydroelectric facilities. Sec. 44. GAO review of civil works program. Sec. 45. Des Plaines River wetlands demonstration project authorization.