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PUBLIC LAW 91-49-JULY 22, 1969
(7) Base, Portsmouth, Virginia: relocate and consolidate facilities; (8) Base, San Francisco (Yerba Buena Island), California: improve facilities; (9) Base, San Juan, Puerto Rico: improve facilities; (10) Station, Grays Harbor, Westport, Washington: improve facilities; (11) Station, Neah Bay, Washington: improve facilities; (12) Loran Station, French Frigate Shoals, Hawaii: bulkhead; (13) Air Station, Saint Petersburg, Florida: helicopter support facilities; (14) Air Station, Barbers Point, Hawaii: improve facilities; (15) Base, Mayport, Florida: improve facilities; (16) Station, Cape May, New Jersey: shop building; (17) Yard, Curtis Bay, Maryland: consolidate and modify buildings, and recondition gantry cranes; (18) Various locations: sewage and oil collection; fuel and water catchment systems; (19) Cape Charles City,.Virginia: establish Station; (20) Houston, Texas: permanent Station; (21) Channel Islands Harbor, California: multipurpose Station; (22^ Kodiak, Alaska: moorings; (23) Various locations: automatic fixed station oceanographic sensor systems; (24) Lower Mississippi River, Kentucky and Tennessee: improve facilities for performance of buoyage function; (25) Offshore structure, Portland, Maine: structure to replace lightship; (26) Various locations: automate light stations; (27) Various locations: miscellaneous urgent and selected aids to navigation projects; (28) Academy, New London, Connecticut: library center; (29) Academy, New London, Connecticut: cadet barracks extension; (30) Training Center, Alameda, California: enlisted barracks; (31) Training Center, Yorktown, Virginia: fire station, operations, and medical-dental buildings; (32) Base, Governors Island, New York: reserve training center building; (33) Air Station, Mobile, Alabama: synthetic flight training system; (34) Various locations: public family quarters; and (35) Various locations: advance planning, survey, design, and architectural services; and acquire sites in connection with projects not otherwise authorized by law. BRIDGE ALTERATIOXS
For payment to bridge owners for the cost of alteration of railroad and public highway bridges to permit free na>'igation of the navigable waters of the United States, $12,650,000. Approved July 22, 1969.