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[84 STAT. 1830]
[84 STAT. 1830]
PUBLIC LAW 91-000—MMMM. DD, 1970

1830 Coal River B a s i n, W. Va.

Klamath River, Calif. 80 Stat. 1421.

Project review; report to Congress,

Surveys; reports to C o n g r e s s.

PUBLIC LAW 91-611-DEC. 31, 1970



SEC. 214. The Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to perform dredging operations in the Coal River Basin, West Virginia, for the purpose of improving the channel capacities in the interest of flood control. Such operations shall be performed on an interim basis pending completion of the Kanawha River Basin comprehensive study being undertaken by Federal and State agencies and implementation of the pertinent study recommendations by the Secretary of the Army. Appropriate nonFederal public interests as determined by the Secretary oi the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, shall, prior to initiation of dredging operations, agree to furnish the necessary lands, disposal areas, easements, and rights-of-way, and hold and save the United States free from damages due to the dredging operations. SEC. 215. The project for flood protection on the Klamath River at and in the vicinity of Klamath, California, authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1966 (80 Stat. 1205), is hereby modified to require the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of En^rineers, to provide, as an essential part of the project, bank protection works extending approximately two miles downstream from the project to protect the north bank of the river from erosion due to Klamath River flows. Xon-Federal interests shall furnish lands and interests therein necessary for the works, hold and save the United States free from damages due to the works, and operate and maintain the works after completion. SEC. 216. The Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, is authorized to review the operation of projects the construction of which has been completed and which were constructed by the Corps of Engineers in the interest of navigation, flood control, water supply, and related purposes, when found advisable due the significantly changed physical or economic conditions, and to report thereon to Congress with recommendations on the advisability of modifying the structures or their operation, and for improving the quality of the environment in the overall public interest. SEC. 217. The Secretary of the Army is hereby authorized and directed to cause surveys for flood control and allied purposes, including channel and major drainage improvements, and floods aggravated by or due to wind or tidal effects, to be made under the direction of the Chief of Engineers, in drainage areas of the United States and its territorial possessions, which include the localities specifically named in this section. After the regular or formal reports made on any survey authorized by this section are submitted to Congress, no supplemental or additional report or estimate shall be made unless authorized by law except that the Secretary of the Army may cause a review of any examination or survey to be made and a report thereon submitted to Congress, if such review is required by the national defense or by changed physical or economic conditions. Great Swamp, Xew River l^asin. South Carolina. Streams flowing through West Brazoria County Drainage District Numbered 11 in Brazoria County, Texas. Vermilion River, Ohio. Huron River, Ohio. Black River, Lorain County, Ohio. Black Creek, Clay County, Florida. Grand Lake, St. Marys, Ohio. Coody Creek, Muskogee, Oklahoma. Kapaa Sti^am, Kauai, Hawaii. AVaikomo Stream, Kauai, Hawaii. Hanalei River, Kauai, Hawaii. Waikane Stream, Oahu, Hawaii. Moanalua Stream, Oahu, Hawaii.