Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 113 Part 1.djvu/302

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113 STAT. 278 PUBLIC LAW 106-53—AUG. 17, 1999 (23) RED LAKE RIVER AT CROOKSTON, MINNESOTA. — The project for flood control, Red Lake River at Crookston, Minnesota: Report of the Chief of Engineers dated April 20, 1998, at a total cost of $8,950,000, with an estimated Federal cost of $5,720,000 and an estimated non-Federal cost of $3,230,000. (24) TURKEY CREEK BASIN, KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, AND KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. — The project for flood damage reduction, Turkey Creek Basin, Keinsas City, Missouri, and Kansas City, Kansas: Report of the Chief of Engineers dated April 21, 1999, at a total cost of $42,875,000, with an estimated FedereJ cost of $25,596,000 and an estimated non-Federal cost of $17,279,000. (25) LOWER CAPE MAY MEADOWS, CAPE MAY POINT, NEW JERSEY.— The project for navigation mitigation, ecosystem restoration, shore protection, and hurricane and storm damage reduction. Lower Cape May Meadows, Cape May Point, New Jersey: Report of the Chief of Engineers dated April 5, 1999, at a total cost of $15,952,000, with an estimated Federal cost of $12,118,000 and an estimated non-Federal cost of $3,834,000, and at an estimated average annual cost of $1,114,000 for periodic nourishment over the 50-year life of the project, with an estimated annual Federal cost of $897,000 and an estimated annual non-Federal cost of $217,000. (26) TOWNSENDS INLET TO CAPE MAY INLET, NEW JERSEY. — The project for hurricane and storm deimage reduction, shore protection, and ecosystem restoration, Townsends Inlet to Cape May Inlet, New Jersey: Report of the Chief of Engineers dated September 28, 1998, at a total cost of $56,503,000, with an estimated Federal cost of $36,727,000 and an estimated non- Federal cost of $19,776,000, and at an estimated average annued cost of $2,000,000 for periodic nourishment over the 50-year life of the project, with an estimated annual Federal cost of $1,300,000 and an estimated annual non-Federal cost of $700,000. (27) GUANAJIBO RIVER, PUERTO RICO.— (A) IN GENERAL.—The project for flood control, Guanajibo River, Puerto Rico: Report of the Chief of Engineers dated February 27, 1996, at a total cost of $27,031,000, with an estimated Federal cost of $20,273,250 and an estimated non-Federal cost of $6,757,750. (B) COST SHARING.— Cost sharing for the project shall be determined in accordance with section 103(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 2213(a)), as in effect on October 11, 1996. (28) RIO GRANDE DE MANATI, BARCELONETA, PUERTO RICO. — The project for flood control, Rio Grande De Manati, Barceloneta, Puerto Rico: Report of the Chief of Engineers dated January 22, 1999, at a total cost of $13,491,000, with an estimated Federal cost of $8,785,000 and an estimated non- Federal cost of $4,706,000. (29) RIO NIGUA, SALINAS, PUERTO RICO. —The project for flood control, Rio Nigua, Salinas, Puerto Rico: Report of the Chief of Engineers dated April 15, 1997, at a total cost of $13,702,000, with an estimated Federal cost of $7,645,000 and an estimated non-FedereJ cost of $6,057,000. (30) SALT CREEK, GRAHAM, TEXAS.— The project for flood control, environmental restoration, and recreation, Salt Creek,