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PUBLIC LAW 89-298-OCT. 27, 1965
Kocky River Harbor, Ohio: House Document Numbered 352, '^^^°' Eighty-eighth Congress, at an estimated cost of $235,000; The project for Lorain Harbor, Ohio, authorized in section 101 of 1^°"?^" »^rhoT the River and Harbor Act of 1960 (Public Law 86-645; 74 Stat. 480) prJJfct " is hereby modified to authorize the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, to construct such bank stabilization works at cut numbered 1 as may be necessary in his discretion to keep the navigation channel in its proper alinement at an estimated additional cost of $1,600,000. Local interests shall contribute to the cost of the project an amount equal to the value of the land on the date of the original authorization of this project that would have been required for cut numbered 1, but for this modification. West Harbor, Ohio: House Document Numbered 245, Eighty-eighth Congress, at an estimated cost of $544,000; Indiana Harbor, Indiana: House Document Numbered 227, Eighty- indiananinth Congress, at an estimated cost of $96,000; Burns Waterway Harbor, Indiana: House Document Numbered 160, ^^bo"^ waterway Eighty-eighth Congress, a t an estimated cost of $25,000,000. The state reimburse. Secretary of the Army may reimburse the State of Indiana for the "^"*expenditure of funds used to construct such portions of the project as approved by the Chief of Engineers and constructed under the supervision of the Chief of Engineers. Unless construction of the project is initiated within three years from the date of enactment of this Act, the authority to reimburse the State of Indiana contained in this paragraph shall expire. The State of Indiana shall furnish assurance satisfactory to the Secretary of the Army that water and air pollution sources will be controlled to the maximum extent feasible in order to minimize any adverse effects on public recreational areas in the general vicinity of the Harbor. No appropriation is authorized to be made for the construction of this project until the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore has been voted upon by both Houses of Congress during the same Congress. Chocolate Bayou, Texas: House Document Numbered 217, Eighty- Texas. ninth Congress, at an estimated cost of $1,254,000; Houston Ship Channel (Greens Bayou), Texas: House Document Numbered 257, Eighty-ninth Congress, at an estimated cost of $470,p00; Trinity River and tributaries, Texas: House Document Numbered ^'"f"!*^,'^'.^!'" ^
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276, Eighty-ninth Congress, including navigation, except that the recommendations of the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, dated March 14, 1963, shall apply, and there is hereby authorized $83,000,000 for initiation and partial accomplishment of the project. Prior to expenditure of any funds for construction of those features Reevaiuation designed exclusively for navigation, the Chief of Engineers shall sub- ^^P"^* *° *-°"" mit to the Congress a reevaiuation based upon current criteria. San Francisco Bay to Stockton, California: House Document Num- California. bered 208, Eighty-ninth Congress, at an estimated cost of $46,853,000. The works for wavewash protection within the limits of the modified San Joaquin River navigation project shall be repaired or restored by the United States as determined to be necessary by the Secretary of the Army over the life of the project. Crescent City Harbor, California: House Document Numbered 264, Eighty-ninth Congress, at an estimated cost of $1,980,000; Bodega Bay, California: House Document Numbered 106, Eightyninth Congress, at an estimated cost of $853,000; Port San Luis, San Luis Obispo Harbor, California: House Document Numbered 148, Eighty-eighth Congress, at an estimated cost of $6,360,000;