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Union Calendar No. 440
101st CONGRESS
2d Session
H. R. 5314
[Report No. 101-705]
A BILL
To provide for the conservation and development of water and related resources,
to authorize the United States Army Corps of Engineers civil works program to
construct various projects for improvements to the Nation's infrastructure,
and for other purposes.
September 14, 1990
Reported with an Amendment, committed to the Committee of the Whole House
on the State of the Union, and ordered to be printed
HR 5314 RH
Union Calendar No. 440
101st CONGRESS
2d Session
 H. R. 5314
[Report No. 101-705]
To provide for the conservation and development of water and related resources,
to authorize the United States Army Corps of Engineers civil works program to
construct various projects for improvements to the Nation's infrastructure,
and for other purposes.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
July 19, 1990
Mr. ANDERSON (for himself, Mr. HAMMERSCHMIDT, Mr. NOWAK, and Mr. STANGELAND)
introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Public
Works and Transportation
September 14, 1990
Additional sponsor: Mr. Bilirakis
September 14, 1990
Reported with an amendment, committed to the Committee of the Whole House
on the State of the Union, and ordered to be printed
[Strike out all after the enacting clause and insert the part printed
in italic]
[For text of introduced bill, see copy of bill as introduced on July 19, 1990]
A BILL
To provide for the conservation and development of water and related resources,
to authorize the United States Army Corps of Engineers civil works program to
construct various projects for improvements to the Nation's infrastructure,
and for other purposes.
  Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
  States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.
  (a) SHORT TITLE- This Act may be cited as the `Water Resources Development
  Act of 1990'.
  (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. Private sector development of infrastructure.
Sec. 6. Planning and engineering.
Sec. 7. Funding of costs assigned to commercial navigation.
Sec. 8. Emergency response.
Sec. 9. Construction of navigation projects by non-Federal interests.
Sec. 10. Project modifications for improvement of environment.
Sec. 11. Ability to pay.
Sec. 12. Environmental protection mission.
Sec. 13. Flood plain management.
Sec. 14. Shoreline protection.
Sec. 15. Reservoir management.
Sec. 16. Changes in reservoir project operations.
Sec. 17. Environmental dredging.
Sec. 18. Protection of recreational and commercial uses.
Sec. 19. Multipurpose water resources projects.
Sec. 20. Great Lakes remedial action plans.
Sec. 21. Matters to be addressed in planning.
Sec. 22. Cross Florida Barge Canal.
Sec. 23. Small navigation projects.
Sec. 24. Onondaga Lake, New York.
Sec. 25. Sauk Lake, Minnesota.
Sec. 26. Wappingers Lake, New York.
Sec. 27. Small flood control projects.
Sec. 28. Bay City, Michigan.
Sec. 29. Delaware River and tributaries, Pennsylvania.
Sec. 30. Continuation of authorization of certain projects.
Sec. 31. Erosion prevention projects, Louisiana.
Sec. 32. Hazard, Kentucky.
Sec. 33. Demonstration of construction of Federal project by non-Federal
interests.
Sec. 34. Modification of reversionary interest.
Sec. 35. Upper Mississippi River plan.
Sec. 36. Section 221 agreements.
Sec. 37. Cabin site leases.
Sec. 38. San Luis Rey, California.
Sec. 39. Construction of Virgin Island projects by Secretary of the Army.
Sec. 40. Protection of recreation project purposes.
Sec. 41. Liberty, Ohio.
Sec. 42. Washingtonville, Ohio.
Sec. 43. Albermarle Sound-Roanoke River Basin, North Carolina.
Sec. 44. Cranston, Rhode Island.
Sec. 45. Santa Rosa, California.
Sec. 46. Generation facilities.
Sec. 47. Flat Rock, Michigan.
Sec. 48. Warroad Harbor, Minnesota.
Sec. 49. Rondout Creek and Wallkill River, New York and New Jersey.
Sec. 50. Struthers, Ohio.
Sec. 51. Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Sec. 52. Youngstown, Ohio.
Sec. 53. Southwest Region Flood Response Commission.
Sec. 54. Rehabilitation of Federal flood control levees.
Sec. 55. Flood warning system.
Sec. 56. Rend Lake water storage contract extension.
Sec. 57. Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of Lake Erie.
Sec. 58. Wetlands enhancement opportunities.
Sec. 59. Radium removal demonstration program.
Sec. 60. Studies.
Sec. 61. Lake of the Woods, Minnesota.
Sec. 62. Project deauthorizations.
Sec. 63. Half Moon Bay Harbor.
SEC. 2. SECRETARY DEFINED.
  For purposes of this Act, the term `Secretary' means the Secretary of
  the Army.
SEC. 3. PROJECT AUTHORIZATIONS.
  (a) PROJECTS WITH REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS- Except as provided in
  this subsection, the following projects for water resources development
  and conservation and other purposes are authorized to be carried out by
  the Secretary substantially in accordance with the plans, and subject
  to the conditions, recommended in the respective reports designated in
  this subsection:
  (1) BAYOU LA BATRE, ALABAMA- The project for navigation for Bayou La
  Batre, Alabama: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated August 3, 1989,
  at a total cost of $16,230,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of
  $4,490,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $11,740,000.
  (2) HOMER SPIT, ALASKA- The project for storm damage prevention, Homer
  Spit, Alaska: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated June 28, 1990,
  at a total cost of $4,700,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of
  $3,050,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $1,650,000.
  (3) CLIFTON, SAN FRANCISCO RIVER, ARIZONA- The project for flood control
  on the San Francisco River at Clifton, Arizona, authorized by section
  401(d) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4130), is
  modified to authorize the Secretary to construct the project substantially
  in accordance with the report of the Chief of Engineers, dated September 6,
  1988, at a total cost of $12,510,000, with an estimated first Federal cost
  of $9,150,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $3,360,000.
  (4) NOGALES WASH AND TRIBUTARIES, ARIZONA- The project for flood control,
  Nogales Wash and tributaries, Arizona: Report of the Chief of Engineers,
  dated February 28, 1989, at a total cost of $7,260,000, with an estimated
  first Federal cost of $5,440,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost
  of $1,820,000. The Secretary shall cooperate with the Government of Mexico
  as necessary to provide for flood warning gauges in Mexico.
  (5) COYOTE AND BERRYESSA CREEKS, CALIFORNIA- The project for flood control,
  Coyote and Berryessa Creeks, California: Report of the Chief of Engineers,
  dated February 7, 1989, at a total cost of $56,300,000, with an estimated
  first Federal cost of $39,000,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost
  of $17,300,000.
  (6) OCEANSIDE HARBOR, CALIFORNIA- The project for navigation and storm damage
  reduction, Oceanside Harbor, California: Report of the Chief of Engineers,
  dated May 21, 1990, at a total cost of $5,100,000, with an estimated
  first Federal cost of $3,350,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost
  of $1,750,000.
  (7) VENTURA HARBOR, CALIFORNIA- The project for navigation, Ventura
  Harbor, California: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated June 5, 1990,
  at a total cost of $6,460,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of
  $5,180,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $1,280,000.
  (8) MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA- The project for storm damage reduction, Martin
  County, Florida: Report of the Chief of Engineers dated November 20, 1989,
  at a total first cost of $9,400,000, with an estimated first Federal cost
  of $3,850,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $5,550,000.
  (9) MIAMI HARBOR CHANNEL, FLORIDA- The project for navigation, Miami Harbor
  Channel, Florida: Report of the Chief of Engineers dated September 25,
  1989, at a total cost of $65,700,000, with an estimated first Federal cost
  of $41,920,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $23,780,000.
  (10) MCALPINE LOCK AND DAM, INDIANA AND KENTUCKY- The project for
  navigation, McAlpine Lock and Dam, Indiana and Kentucky: Report of the
  Chief of Engineers, dated June 29, 1990, at a total cost of $219,600,000,
  with a first Federal cost of $219,600,000. The Federal share of costs of
  construction of the project is to be paid one-half from amounts appropriated
  from the general fund of the Treasury and one-half from amounts appropriated
  from the Inland Waterways Trust Fund.
  (11) FORT WAYNE, ST. MARY'S AND MAUMEE RIVERS, INDIANA- The project for
  flood control, Fort Wayne, St. Mary's and Maumee Rivers, Indiana: Report of
  the Chief of Engineers, dated May 1, 1989, at a total cost of $16,300,000,
  with an estimated first Federal cost of $12,100,000 and an estimated first
  non-Federal cost of $4,200,000.
  (12) ALOHA-RIGOLETTE, LOUISIANA- The project for flood control,
  Aloha-Rigolette Area, Louisiana: Report of the Chief of Engineers dated April
  11, 1990, at a total cost of $8,283,000, with an estimated first Federal
  cost of $6,212,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $2,071,000.
  (13) BOSTON HARBOR, MASSACHUSETTS- The project for navigation, Boston
  Harbor, Massachusetts: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated May 11,
  1989, at a total cost of $27,215,000, with an estimated first Federal cost
  of $16,854,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $10,361,000.
  (14) ECORSE CREEK, WAYNE COUNTY, MICHIGAN- The project for flood control,
  Ecorse Creek, Wayne County, Michigan: Report of the Chief of Engineers,
  dated August 8, 1989, at a total cost of $7,280,000, with an estimated
  first Federal cost of $4,560,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost
  of $2,720,000.
  (15) GREAT LAKES CONNECTING CHANNELS AND HARBORS, MICHIGAN AND MINNESOTA-
  The project for navigation, Great Lakes Connecting Channels and Harbors,
  Michigan and Minnesota: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated January 30,
  1990, at a total cost of $7,489,100 with an estimated first Federal cost
  of $5,037,500 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $2,451,600.
  (16) COLDWATER CREEK, MISSOURI- The project for flood control, Coldwater
  Creek, Missouri: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated August 9, 1988,
  at a total cost of $22,380,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of
  $15,500,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $6,880,000.
  (17) RIVER DES PERES, MISSOURI- The project for flood control, River Des
  Peres, Missouri: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated May 23, 1989,
  at a total cost of $20,550,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of
  $15,270,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $5,280,000.
  (18) PASSAIC RIVER MAIN STEM, NEW JERSEY AND NEW YORK-
  (A) FLOOD CONTROL ELEMENTS-
  (i) IN GENERAL- The project for flood control, Passaic River Main Stem, New
  Jersey and New York: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated February 3,
  1989, except that the main diversion tunnel shall be extended to include
  the outlet to Newark Bay, New Jersey, at a total cost of $1,200,000,000,
  with an estimated first Federal cost of $890,000,000 and an estimated
  first non-Federal cost of $310,000,000.
  (ii) DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION- The Secretary shall design and construct
  the project in accordance with the Newark Bay tunnel outlet alternative
  described in the Phase I General Design Memorandum of the District Engineer
  dated December 1987.
  (iii) APPLICABILITY OF COST SHARING- Except as otherwise provided in this
  paragraph, the total project, including the extension to Newark Bay,
  shall be subject to cost sharing in accordance with section 103 of the
  Water Resources Development Act of 1986.
  (iv) OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE- The non-Federal sponsor shall maintain and
  operate the project after its completion in accordance with the regulations
  prescribed by the Secretary; except that the Secretary shall operate and
  maintain the diversion tunnels element, including inlet and outlet works,
  at full Federal expense.
  (v) CREDIT FOR NON-FEDERAL WORK- In recognition of the State of New Jersey's
  commitment to the project on June 28, 1984, all work subsequently completed
  by the State or other non-Federal interests which is either compatible with
  or complementary to the project shall be considered as part of the project
  and shall be credited by the Secretary toward the non-Federal share of
  the cost of the project. Such work shall include, but not be limited to,
  those activities specified in the letter of the New Jersey Department of
  Environmental Protection, dated December 9, 1988, to the Office of the
  Chief of Engineers. However, only the portion of such work that meets the
  guidelines established under section 104 of the Water Resources Development
  Act of 1986 shall be considered as project costs for economic purposes. In
  applying such section 104 to the project, the Secretary shall likewise
  consider work carried out by non-Federal interests after June 28, 1984,
  and before the date of the enactment of this Act that otherwise meets the
  requirements of such section 104.
  (B) STREAMBANK RESTORATION MEASURES- The project shall include the
  construction of environmental and other streambank restoration measures
  (including bulkheads, recreation, greenbelt, and scenic overlook facilities)
  on the west bank of the Passaic River between Bridge and Jackson Streets
  in the city of Newark, New Jersey, at a total cost of $6,000,000. The
  non-Federal share of the project element authorized by this subparagraph
  shall be 25 percent. The value of the lands, easements, and rights-of-way
  provided by non-Federal interests shall be credited to the non-Federal
  share. Construction of the project element authorized by this subparagraph
  may be undertaken in advance of the other project features and shall not
  await implementation of the overall project.
  (C) WETLANDS BANK-
  (i) ESTABLISHMENT- The State of New Jersey shall establish a Passaic River
  Central Basin Wetlands Bank (hereinafter in this paragraph referred to as
  the `Wetlands Bank') to be comprised of lands which are acquired before,
  on, or after the date of the enactment of this Act by the State or any
  other non-Federal interest and which lie within the Passaic River Central
  Basin, New Jersey, natural storage area discussed in the report of the
  Chief Engineers and the Phase I General Design Memorandum.
  (ii) USE- The Wetlands Bank shall be available for mitigation purposes
  required under Federal or State law with respect to non-Federal activities
  carried out in the State.
  (iii) COMPENSATION- The State may receive compensation for making lands
  available under clause (ii).
  (iv) STATE OWNERSHIP AND OPERATION- The State shall continue to own and
  operate, consistent with the purposes of the project authorized by this
  paragraph, lands made available for mitigation purposes under clause (ii).
  (v) ACQUISITION OF ADDITIONAL LANDS- The State or other non-Federal
  interests may acquire for the Wetlands Bank additional lands which are
  in, adjacent to, or provide drainage for runoff and streamflows into the
  storage area described in clause (i) and may use funds provided by sources
  other than the State for such purpose. Such lands shall include transition
  and buffer areas adjacent to the Central Basin natural storage wetlands,
  and other Passaic River Basin areas, including the Rockaway, Pequannock,
  Ramapo, and Wanaque River watershed areas.
  (vi) CREDIT- The fair market value of lands acquired by the State or other
  non-Federal interests in the storage area described in clause (i) before,
  on, or after the date of the enactment of this Act, the fair market value
  of lands acquired for the Wetlands Bank under clause (v) before, on,
  or after such date of enactment, and the costs incurred by the State or
  other non-Federal interests in converting any of such lands to wetlands
  shall be credited to the non-Federal share of the project authorized by
  this paragraph.
  (vii) TREATMENT OF ACQUIRED LANDS- Lands acquired by the State for the
  Wetlands Bank shall not be treated as a project cost for purposes of
  economic evaluation of the project.
  (19) RIO DE LA PLATA, PUERTO RICO- The project for flood control, Rio De La
  Plata, Puerto Rico: Report of the Chief Engineers, dated January 3, 1989,
  at a total cost of $56,990,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of
  $34,780,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $22,210,000.
  (20) MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA- The project for storm damage reduction,
  Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated March
  2, 1989, at a total cost of $59,730,000, with an estimated first Federal
  cost of $38,820,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $20,910,000.
  (21) BUFFALO BAYOU AND TRIBUTARIES, TEXAS- The project for flood control,
  Buffalo Bayou and tributaries, Texas: Report of the Chief of Engineers
  dated February 12, 1990, at a total cost of $544,604,000, with an estimated
  first Federal cost of $309,313,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost
  of $235,291,000.
  (22) RAY ROBERTS LAKE GREENBELT, TEXAS- The multiple purpose project, Ray
  Roberts Lake Greenbelt, Texas, authorized by section 301 of the Rivers and
  Harbors Act of 1965, is modified to authorize the Secretary to construct
  recreation features substantially in accordance with the Report of the
  Chief of Engineers, dated December 24, 1987, at a total cost of $4,620,000,
  with an estimated first Federal cost of $1,730,000 and an estimated first
  non-Federal cost of $2,890,000.
  (23) UPPER JORDAN RIVER, UTAH- The project for flood control, Upper Jordan
  River, Utah: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated November 16, 1988,
  at a total cost of $7,900,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of
  $5,200,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $2,700,000.
  (24) BUENA VISTA, VIRGINIA- The project for flood control, Buena Vista,
  Virginia: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated June 27, 1990, at a total
  cost of $55,100,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of $41,300,000
  and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $13,800,000.
  (25) PETERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA- The project for flood control, Petersburg,
  West Virginia: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated June 29, 1990,
  at a total cost of $17,904,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of
  $10,044,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $7,860,000.
  (b) PROJECTS SUBJECT TO FAVORABLE REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS-
  The following projects are authorized to be prosecuted by the Secretary
  substantially in accordance with the plans and subject to the conditions
  recommended in the respective reports cited with such modifications as
  are recommended in a final report of the Chief of Engineers and approved
  by the Secretary and with such other modifications as are recommended
  by the Secretary (and if no report is cited for a project the project is
  authorized to be prosecuted by the Secretary in accordance with a final
  report of the Chief of Engineers and with such other modifications as are
  recommended by the Secretary) and no construction on such a project may
  be initiated until such a report of the Chief of Engineers is issued:
  (1) LOS ANGELES COUNTY DRAINAGE AREA, CALIFORNIA- The project for flood
  control, Los Angeles County drainage area, California, at a total cost of
  $327,000,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of $163,500,000 and an
  estimated first non-Federal cost of $163,500,000.
  (2) MORRO BAY, CALIFORNIA- The project for navigation, Morro Bay, California,
  to extend and deepen the entrance channel for Morro Bay Harbor to a depth
  of 40 feet and thereafter maintain such channel at such depth, at a total
  cost of $1,900,000.
  (3) NORCO BLUFFS, CALIFORNIA- The project for bank stabilization and
  erosion control, Norco Bluffs, California, at a total cost of $10,000,000.
  (4) LOCKS AND DAMS 2 AND 3, MONONGAHELA RIVER, PENNSYLVANIA- The project
  for navigation, Locks and Dams 2 and 3, Monongahela River, Pennsylvania,
  including replacement of locks and dams and related improvements as
  appropriate, at a total cost of $450,000,000, with a first Federal cost of
  $450,000,000. The Federal share of cost of construction of the project is
  to be paid one-half from amounts appropriated from the general fund of the
  Treasury and one-half from amounts appropriated from the Inland Waterways
  Trust Fund.
  (5) MARMET LOCK AND DAM, KANAWHA RIVER, WEST VIRGINIA- The project for
  navigation, Marmet Lock and Dam, Kanawha River, West Virginia, at a total
  cost of $300,000,000, with a first Federal cost of $300,000,000. The Federal
  share of cost of construction of the project is to be paid one-half from
  amounts appropriated from the general fund of the Treasury and one-half
  from amounts appropriated from the Inland Waterways Trust Fund.
SEC. 4. PROJECT MODIFICATIONS.
  (a) VILLAGE CREEK, ALABAMA- The project for flood control, Village Creek,
  Alabama, authorized by section 401 of the Water Resources Development
  Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4111), is modified to authorize the Secretary
  to acquire private vacant lands within the definite project boundaries
  established in the Real Estate Design Memorandum, dated March 4, 1988,
  as a nonstructural element of the project.
  (b) LOS ANGELES AND LONG BEACH HARBORS, SAN PEDRO BAY, CALIFORNIA- Section
  4(d) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1988 (102 Stat. 4015)
  is amended by inserting after `approved by the Secretary' in the first
  sentence the following: `or which, after the date of issuance of a report
  of the Chief of Engineers for such project, is included in such report'.
  (c) OAKLAND INNER HARBOR, CALIFORNIA- The project for navigation, Oakland
  Inner Harbor, California, authorized by section 202(a) of the Water
  Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4092), is modified--
  (1) to provide that the maximum amount reimbursable to non-Federal interests
  by the Secretary under section 215 of the Flood Control Act of 1968 with
  respect to the project shall be $10,000,000; and
  (2) to direct the Secretary to enforce the navigational servitude with
  respect to construction of the project on a reimbursable basis if requested
  by a non-Federal sponsor of the project.
  (d) SACRAMENTO DEEP WATER SHIP CHANNEL, CALIFORNIA- The project for
  navigation, Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel, California, authorized
  by section 202(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100
  Stat. 4092), is modified to direct the Secretary, if requested by a
  non-Federal sponsor, to enforce, on a reimbursable basis, the terms of
  any permit issued by the Secretary under section 10 of the Act of March
  3, 1899 (30 Stat. 1151; 33 U.S.C. 403), commonly known as the Rivers and
  Harbors Appropriations Act of 1899, to compel the relocation of any utility
  necessitated by the construction of an authorized navigation project.
  (e) SANTA ANA MAINSTEM, CALIFORNIA- The project for flood control, Santa
  Ana Mainstem, including Santiago Creek, California, authorized by section
  401(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4113),
  is modified to authorize the Secretary to develop recreational trails and
  facilities on lands between Seven Oaks Dam and Prado Dam, including flood
  plain management areas.
  (f) SANTA FE DAM, LOS ANGELES AND SAN GABRIEL RIVERS, CALIFORNIA.
  (1) IN GENERAL- The Santa Fe Dam project authorized as part of the flood
  control project for the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Rivers, California,
  by section 5 of the Flood Control Act of June 22, 1936 (49 Stat. 1589),
  is modified to authorize the Secretary to contract for the removal and
  sale of dredged material from the flood control basin for Santa Fe Dam,
  Los Angeles County, California, for the purposes of facilitating flood
  control, recreation, and water conservation. All funds received by the
  Secretary from the removal and sale of such dredged material shall be
  deposited in the general fund of the Treasury.
  (2) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated
  for fiscal years beginning after September 30, 1990, an amount not to
  exceed the amount of funds received by the Secretary from the removal and
  sale of dredged material under subsection (a). Amounts appropriated under
  this subsection shall be available to the Secretary--
  (A) to construct, operate, and maintain recreational facilities at the
  Santa Fe Dam project, at full Federal expense; and
  (B) to the extent consistent with other authorized project purposes,
  to facilitate, in coordination with the county of Los Angeles, water
  conservation and ground water recharge measures at the Sante Fe Dam project,
  at full Federal expense.
  (g) SANTA PAULA CREEK CHANNEL AND DEBRIS BASIN, SANTA CLARA RIVER BASIN,
  CALIFORNIA- The project for flood control, Santa Paula Creek Channel and
  Debris Basin, Santa Clara River Basin, California, authorized by section
  203 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (62 Stat. 1178), is modified to
  direct the Secretary to construct the debris basin feature of the project
  at the Mupu site in accordance with General Design Memorandum Number 4,
  Supplemental Design for Santa Paula Creek Channel, March 1972, at a total
  cost of $41,000,000.
  (h) DELAWARE RIVER TO CHESAPEAKE BAY, DELAWARE AND MARYLAND- The project
  for navigation, inland waterway from the Delaware River to the Chesapeake
  Bay, Delaware and Maryland, authorized by the first section of the Act
  of August 30, 1935 (49 Stat. 1030), and modified by the Act entitled `An
  Act authorizing construction of a highway bridge across the Chesapeake
  and Delaware Canal at Saint Georges, Delaware', approved August 7, 1939
  (53 Stat. 1240-1241), is modified to direct the Secretary to replace the
  highway bridge on United States Route 13 in the vicinity of St. Georges,
  Delaware, to meet current and projected traffic needs, at a Federal cost
  of $115,000,000. The State may carry out the bridge replacement. If the
  State carries out the bridge replacement, the Secretary may reimburse the
  State for costs incurred.
  (i) ALAFIA CHANNEL, FLORIDA- The project for navigation, Tampa Harbor,
  Florida, authorized by section 4 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of September
  22, 1922 (42 Stat. 1042), is modified to authorize the Secretary to maintain
  the Alafia Channel at a depth of 34 feet.
  (j) FERNANDINA HARBOR, FLORIDA- The project for navigation, Fernandina
  Harbor, Florida, authorized by the River and Harbor Appropriation Act
  of June 14, 1880, is modified to redesignate the location of the turning
  basin between stations 0+00 of cut 8 and 5+45 of cut 10 to the area between
  stations 11+70 and 23+30 of cut 5. Such redesignation shall remain in effect
  until the ongoing study of Fernandina Harbor under section 107 of the River
  and Harbor Act of 1960 is completed and the resulting project is constructed.
  (k) KISSIMMEE RIVER, CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA-
  (1) IN GENERAL- The flood control project for Central and Southern
  Florida, authorized by section 203 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (62
  Stat. 1176), is modified to provide for restoration of the Kissimmee River
  for environmental purposes, at an estimated total cost of $270,000,000. Such
  restoration includes filling of Canal C-38, removal of spillway structures
  and locks, and increasing the storage in the upper Kissimmee basin and
  shall minimize to the fullest extent possible any effect on the project's
  flood control and navigation purposes.
  (2) REPORT OF CHIEF OF ENGINEERS- The Secretary may undertake restoration
  of the Kissimmee River under this subsection only in accordance with a
  final report of the Chief of Engineers, including such modifications as
  the Secretary may recommend, which is based on the Level II Backfilling
  plan recommended by the South Florida Water Management District in the
  report entitled `Kissimmee River Restoration, Alternative Plan Evaluation
  and Preliminary Design Report'.
  (3) NON-FEDERAL SHARE- Non-Federal interests shall provide without cost
  to the United States all lands, easements, rights-of-way, relocations,
  and dredged material disposal areas necessary for the project authorized
  by this subsection, except that the aggregate non-Federal share for the
  project shall not exceed 50 percent of the total cost of the project. In
  the event that the value of lands, easements, rights-of-way, relocations,
  and disposal areas is less than 25 percent of the total first cost of the
  project, non-Federal interests shall pay, during the period of construction,
  such amounts as may be necessary to make the total non-Federal contribution
  equal 25 percent. The non-Federal interests shall provide 100 percent of
  the operation, maintenance, repair, replacement, and rehabilitation costs
  of the project. In addition, the non-Federal interests shall hold and save
  the United States free from damages due to the construction, operation,
  and maintenance of the project, except for damages due to the fault or
  negligence of the United States or its contractors.
  (l) MANATEE HARBOR, FLORIDA- The project for navigation, Manatee Harbor,
  Florida, authorized by section 202(a) of the Water Resources Development Act
  of 1986 (100 Stat. 4093), is modified to direct the Secretary to construct
  the project substantially in accordance with the post authorization change
  report, dated April 1990, at an estimated total cost of $27,589,000, with
  an estimated first Federal cost of $12,381,000 and an estimated first
  non-Federal cost of $15,208,000.
  (m) NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA- The project for beach erosion control, Nassau
  County (Amelia Island), Florida, authorized by section 3 of the Water
  Resources Development Act of 1988 (102 Stat. 4013), is modified to direct
  the Secretary, in cooperation with the State of Florida, to renourish the
  southern beaches of Fernandia (south Amelia Island), Florida, from Florida
  Department of Natural Resources Monument Number 60 to Monument Number 74. The
  non-Federal share of the cost of such renourishment shall be 50 percent.
  (n) PORT SUTTON CHANNEL, FLORIDA- Section 3(a)(4) of the Water Resources
  Development Act of 1988 (102 Stat. 4013) is amended by striking `; except'
  and all that follows through `beneficiary'.
  (o) DES MOINES RIVER AND GREENBELT, IOWA-
  (1) AREA DESCRIPTION- The project for Des Moines Recreational River
  and Greenbelt, Iowa, authorized by the Supplemental Appropriations Act,
  1985 (99 Stat. 313), is modified to include the area described in the
  Des Moines Recreational River and Greenbelt map, which description is
  printed in Committee Print 101-47 of the Committee on Public Works and
  Transportation of the House of Representatives, dated July 1990.
  (2) FORMER AREA DESCRIPTION- Section 604 of the Water Resources Development
  Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4153) is repealed.
  (p) KENTUCKY RIVER, KENTUCKY- The project for the disposition of Kentucky
  River, Kentucky, Locks and Dams 5 through 14, authorized by section
  301(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4109),
  is modified to provide that the Secretary may not proceed with such
  disposition until the Secretary has performed major maintenance on the
  lock and dam structures. Such major maintenance is to include resurfacing
  of lock chamber walls, timber replacement, valve repair, and gate leaf
  replacement, at a total cost of $3,500,000. Until such time as the lock
  and dam facilities are transferred to non-Federal interests, the Secretary
  shall perform routine maintenance that is necessary to prevent permanent
  failure of project components and to maintain operational capability.
  (q) LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN, LOUISIANA- The project for flood protection on Lake
  Pontchartrain, Louisiana, authorized by section 204 of the Flood Control
  Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 1077), is modified to make construction, operation,
  and maintenance of the project a Federal responsibility. The modification
  made by this subsection shall take effect January 1, 1966.
  (r) BUFFUMVILLE LAKE, MASSACHUSETTS- The flood control project for
  Buffumville Lake, Massachusetts, authorized by the Flood Control Act of
  August 18, 1941 (55 Stat. 639), is modified to authorize the Secretary
  to undertake low flow augmentation for improving water quality on the
  French River.
  (s) LOCKS AND DAM 26, MISSISSIPPI RIVER, ALTON, ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI- The
  navigation project for replacement of locks and dam 26, Mississippi River,
  Alton, Illinois and Missouri, authorized by section 102 of Public Law 95-502,
  is modified to authorize the Secretary to provide project-related recreation
  development in the State of Illinois, that requires no separable project
  lands, and includes site preparations and infrastructure for a marina
  and docking facilities, access roads and parking, a boat launching ramp,
  hiking trails, and picnicking facilities, at a Federal construction cost
  that will not increase the overall project cost estimate for recreation
  development. The recreation development shall be subject to cost-sharing with
  the State of Illinois and costs incurred by non-Federal public interests
  for items of work that may have been completed before the date of the
  enactment of this Act may be credited to the non-Federal share of the
  overall cost if, in the Secretary's opinion, such work is directly related
  to and necessary for project-related recreation development described in
  the preceding sentence.
  (t) ROUGE RIVER, MICHIGAN- The multipurpose project at Rouge River,
  Michigan, authorized by the Act of August 30, 1935 (49 Stat. 1036-1037),
  is modified to authorize and direct the Secretary, in consultation with
  appropriate State and local agencies, to conduct a 1-year comprehensive
  study of the Rouge River streamflow enhancement project at the Rouge
  River, Huron River, and Belleville Lake for the purpose of identifying
  measures which will optimize achievement of the project's purposes while
  preserving and enhancing the quality of the Rouge River, Huron River, and
  Belleville Lake for current and future users. Upon completion of the study,
  the Secretary shall undertake a demonstration project at the Rouge River
  to determine the effectiveness of measures identified in such study, at a
  total cost of $88,183,000, with an estimated Federal share of $19,612,000
  and an estimated non-Federal share of $68,571,000.
  (u) REDWOOD RIVER, MARSHALL, MINNESOTA- The project for flood control,
  Redwood River at Marshall, Minnesota, authorized by section 401(a) of the
  Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4117) and modified by
  section 4(k) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1988, is modified
  to provide that the costs of the project are as follows: The total cost
  of the project is $9,632,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of
  $7,823,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost of $1,809,000.
  (v) MISSISSIPPI RIVER, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA- The project for flood control,
  Mississippi River at St. Paul, Minnesota, authorized by section 401(a) of
  the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4118), is modified to
  authorize the Secretary to construct the project substantially in accordance
  with the Design Memorandum, dated March 1990, and the Recreational
  Supplement, dated April 1990, at a total cost of $18,021,000, with an
  estimated first cost of $10,226,000 and an estimated first non-Federal
  cost of $7,795,000.
  (w) SOUTH FORK ZUMBRO RIVER WATERSHED, ROCHESTER, MINNESOTA- The project for
  flood control, South Fork Zumbro River Watershed at Rochester, Minnesota,
  authorized by section 401(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986
  (100 Stat. 4117), is modified to authorize the Secretary to construct the
  project substantially in accordance with the General Design Memorandum of the
  Chief of Engineers, dated September 1982, at a total cost of $112,000,000,
  with an estimated first Federal cost of $82,900,000 and an estimated first
  non-Federal cost of $29,700,000.
  (x) PEARL RIVER BASIN, MISSISSIPPI- Section 401(e)(3) of the Water Resources
  Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4132) is amended--
  (1) by striking `and' at the end of subparagraph (A);
  (2) by striking the period at the end of subparagraph (B)(vi) and inserting
  `; and';
  (3) by inserting after subparagraph (B)(vi) the following new subparagraph:
  `(C) for measures to provide flood protection for the Jackson metropolitan
  area, Mississippi, and all areas affected by flooding of the Pearl River
  downstream of the areas covered by subparagraph (B) in the State of
  Mississippi, including the counties of Rankin, Hinds, Simpson, Lawrence,
  Marion, and Madison, Mississippi.'; and
  (4) by adding at the end the following new sentence:
`In carrying out the projects and measures described in subparagraphs (A),
(B), and (C), the Secretary shall consult with local governmental entities
affected by such projects.'.
  (y) ACEQUIAS SYSTEM, NEW MEXICO- The irrigation system project, New Mexico,
  authorized by section 1113 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986
  (100 Stat. 4232), is modified to provide that the costs of the project are
  as follows: The total cost of the project is $73,300,000, with an estimated
  first Federal cost of $55,000,000 and an estimated first non-Federal cost
  of $18,300,000.
  (z) NEW YORK HARBOR DRIFT REMOVAL PROJECT, NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY-
  (1) REMOVAL OF FLOATING MATERIAL- The New York Harbor collection and removal
  of drift project, authorized by section 91 of the Water Resources Act of
  1974 (88 Stat. 39), is modified to authorize the Secretary to collect and
  remove floating material whenever the Secretary is collecting and removing
  debris which is an obstruction to navigation.
  (2) CONTINUATION- The Secretary shall continue engineering, design,
  and construction on the New York Harbor collection and removal of drift
  project, including construction of the 2nd phase in the Jersey City North
  reach which shall include remaining piers and debris in the Harsimus Cove
  area, construction of the Brooklyn II reach, and engineering and design
  for the remaining unconstructed reaches.
  (3) BARGE REMOVAL- As part of the New York Harbor collection and removal of
  drift project, the Secretary shall expedite necessary engineering, design,
  and removal of 7 abandoned barges from the Passaic River in Kearny, Nutley,
  and Passaic, New Jersey.
  (aa) IRONDEQUOIT BAY, NEW YORK- The navigation project for Irondequoit Bay,
  New York, authorized by section 101 of the River and Harbor Act of 1958
  (72 Stat. 299), is modified to authorize the Secretary to construct a
  highway bridge across the new channel constructed as part of such project
  if non-Federal interests--
  (1) agree to be responsible for operation and maintenance of such bridge,
  (2) agree to pay 50 percent of the cost of such construction, and
  (3) agree that title to such bridge will be held by non-Federal interests.
  (bb) CLEVELAND HARBOR, OHIO- The project for harbor modification, Cleveland
  Harbor, Ohio, authorized by section 202(a) of the Water Resources Development
  Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4095), is modified to direct the Secretary to
  reimburse the non-Federal sponsor for the Federal share of amounts expended
  by the non-Federal sponsor for improvements to Pier 34 of such project.
  (cc) WEST COLUMBUS, OHIO- The project for flood control, Scioto River,
  West Columbus, Ohio, authorized by section 3(a) of the Water Resources
  Development Act of 1988 (102 Stat. 4014), is modified to increase the
  total cost of the project to $90,000,000.
  (dd) CANTON LAKE, OKLAHOMA- The second paragraph under the heading `ARKANSAS
  RIVER BASIN' in section 10 of the Flood Control Act of 1946 (60 Stat. 647),
  as amended by the first paragraph under the heading `ARKANSAS RIVER BASIN'
  in section 203 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (62 Stat. 1176), is amended--
  (1) by striking `Enid, Oklahoma' and inserting `Oklahoma City, Oklahoma'; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following: `Not later than 180 days after
  the date of the enactment of the Water Resources Development Act of 1990,
  the Secretary of the Army is directed (subject to agreement between the
  city of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, or the Oklahoma City Municipal Improvement
  Authority and the city of Enid, Oklahoma, providing for such reassignment)
  to reassign to the city of Oklahoma City all the municipal and industrial
  storage in the Canton Reservoir for the city of Enid and all irrigation
  storage to municipal and industrial water supply storage (under the terms
  of the Water Supply Act of 1958 (72 Stat. 319-320)); except that if the
  city of Oklahoma City contracts for permanent municipal and industrial
  water supply storage under this Act, the city of Oklahoma City shall
  receive credit for amounts previously paid by it, or on its behalf, toward
  the principal investment cost for storage under prior term contracts and
  other payments. The principal amount to be paid by the city of Oklahoma
  City shall be the proportional amount of original project construction
  cost for which the city of Oklahoma City contracts for storage and at the
  original project interest rate over a 50-year payback amortization schedule
  beginning in 1955.'.
  (ee) DELAWARE RIVER, PENNSYLVANIA, NEW JERSEY, AND DELAWARE- The project
  for navigation, Delaware River, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware,
  Philadelphia to the Sea, authorized by section 201 of the Flood Control Act
  of 1965 (79 Stat. 1073) and approved by committee resolution, is modified to
  authorize the Secretary to make improvements to the Tioga Marine Terminal,
  at a total cost of $2,700,000. Such improvements include piling replacement,
  a new pier fendering system, paving, deck replacement, lighting, and fencing.
  (ff) LOCK AND DAM 7 REPLACEMENT, MONONGAHELA RIVER, PENNSYLVANIA- The project
  for navigation, Lock and Dam 7 Replacement, Monongahela River, Pennsylvania,
  authorized by section 301(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986
  (100 Stat. 4110), is modified to provide that the dam structure will be
  gated instead of fixed crest and to increase the total cost of the project
  to $133,000,000.
  (gg) ROCHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA- The project for navigation on the Ohio River
  at Rochester, Pennsylvania, authorized by section 13 of the River and
  Harbor Act of 1909 (35 Stat. 831), is modified to authorize the Secretary
  to construct safety facilities of a floating dock, a river access ramp,
  and roadway and parking areas at a total cost of $90,000.
  (hh) MCNARY LOCK AND DAM, WASHINGTON AND OREGON- The project for McNary
  Lock and Dam, Second Powerhouse, Columbia River, Washington and Oregon,
  authorized by section 601(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of
  1986 (100 Stat. 4146), is modified to direct the Secretary to construct
  the levee beautification portion of the project described in the Phase I
  General Design Memorandum: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated June 24,
  1981. In determining the new levee heights, the Secretary shall complete
  the feasibility studies underway for the Tri-Cities Levees, Washington,
  giving full consideration to the impact that present upstream reservoir
  storage has had in lowering water surface elevations during major floods.
  (ii) BLUESTONE LAKE, OHIO RIVER BASIN, WEST VIRGINIA-
  (1) MINIMIZATION OF DRIFT AND DEBRIS RELEASE- The project for flood control,
  Bluestone Lake, Ohio River Basin, West Virginia, authorized by section 4
  of the Flood Control Act of June 28, 1938 (52 Stat. 1217), is modified to
  direct the Secretary to take such measures as are technologically feasible
  to minimize the release of drift and debris into waters downstream of
  the project, including measures to prevent the accumulation of drift and
  debris at the project, the collection and removal of drift and debris on
  the segment of the New River upstream of the project, and the removal
  (through the use of temporary or permanent systems) and disposal of
  accumulated drift and debris at Bluestone Dam.
  (2) REPORT- Not later than 6 months after the date of the enactment of
  this Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report detailing the
  Secretary's progress in carrying out paragraph (1).
  (3) LIMITATION ON STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION- Nothing in this subsection shall
  be construed to affect the authority of the Secretary to carry out other
  authorized purposes of the project referred to in paragraph (1); except that
  no policy or priority established by the Secretary shall be used to defer
  or impede the implementation of the measures described in paragraph (1).
  (jj) MATEWAN, WEST VIRGINIA- The project for flood control, Matewan, West
  Virginia, authorized by section 202 of the Energy and Water Development
  Appropriation Act, 1981 (94 Stat. 1339), is modified to provide that the
  flood control project for Hatfield Bottom, West Virginia, shall be treated
  as being an inseparable element of the Matewan project for purposes of
  section 103 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986.
SEC. 5. PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE.
  (a) MARKET FEASIBILITY PROGRAM- The Secretary, in cooperation with
  non-Federal interests, is authorized to carry out, during the 3-year period
  beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, a market feasibility
  program for the purpose of determining what opportunities exist for private
  sector development of facilities for water, waste management, and energy
  generation and other critical support facilities.
  (b) COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS- To carry out subsection (a), the Secretary may
  enter into cooperative agreements with non-Federal entities, including
  State and local governments, colleges and universities, corporations,
  partnerships, sole proprietorships, and trade associations which are
  incorporated or established under the laws of a State, the District of
  Columbia, or a territory or possession of the United States. The Secretary
  may not agree to provide more than 50 percent of the costs incurred under
  such an agreement.
  (c) REPORT- Not later than 3 years after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary shall report to Congress on implementation of this
  section. Such report shall include any recommendations of the Secretary
  concerning modification and extension of the program carried out under
  this section.
  (d) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATION- There is authorized to be appropriated
  $5,000,000 to carry out this section.
SEC. 6. PLANNING AND ENGINEERING.
  Section 105(b) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33
  U.S.C. 2215(b)) is amended by adding at the end the following new sentence:
  `This subsection shall not apply to planning and engineering of projects
  for which non-Federal interests contributed 50 percent of the cost of the
  feasibility study.'.
SEC. 7. FUNDING OF COSTS ASSIGNED TO COMMERCIAL NAVIGATION.
  Section 210(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33
  U.S.C. 2238(a)) is amended by striking paragraph (2) and inserting the
  following:
  `(2) not more than 100 percent of the eligible operation and maintenance
  costs assigned to commercial navigation of all harbors and inland harbors
  within the United States.'.
SEC. 8. EMERGENCY RESPONSE.
  The first sentence of section 5(a)(1) of the Act entitled `An Act
  authorizing the construction of certain public works on rivers and harbors
  for flood control, and for other purposes', approved August 18, 1941
  (33 U.S.C. 701n(a)(1)), is amended--
  (1) by striking `flood emergency preparation,' and inserting `preparation
  for emergency response to any natural disaster,'; and
  (2) by striking the period at the end and inserting the following: `; or
  for emergency dredging for restoration of authorized project depths for
  Federal navigable channels and waterways made necessary by flood, drought,
  earthquake, or other natural disaster.'.
SEC. 9. CONSTRUCTION OF NAVIGATION PROJECTS BY NON-FEDERAL INTERESTS.
  (a) TRANSMISSION OF HARBOR IMPROVEMENT STUDIES TO NON-FEDERAL INTERESTS-
  Section 204(c) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33
  U.S.C. 2232(c)) is amended by inserting after the first sentence
  the following new sentence: `The Secretary is further authorized to
  complete and transmit to the appropriate non-Federal interest any study
  for improvement to harbors or inland harbors of the United States that is
  initiated pursuant to section 107 of the River and Harbor Act of 1960 or,
  upon request of such non-Federal interest, to terminate such study and
  transmit such partially completed study to the non-Federal interest.'.
  (b) REIMBURSEMENT- Section 204 of such Act is amended--
  (1) by redesignating the second subsection (e) and subsection (f) as
  subsections (f) and (g), respectively;
  (2) in paragraph (1) of the first subsection (e) by inserting `including
  any small navigation project approved pursuant to section 107 of the River
  and Harbor Act of 1960,' after `or separable element thereof,'; and
  (3) in paragraph (1)(A) of the first subsection (e) by inserting `(or, in the
  case of a small navigation project, after completion of a favorable project
  report by the Corps of Engineers)' after `authorization of the project'.
SEC. 10. PROJECT MODIFICATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF ENVIRONMENT.
  (a) REVIEW OF PROJECT OPERATIONS- Section 1135(a) of the Water Resources
  Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 2294 note), is amended by striking
  `before the date of enactment of this Act'.
  (b) MODIFICATION PROGRAM- Section 1135(b) of such Act is amended--
  (1) by striking `demonstration program in the 5-year period beginning on
  the date of enactment of this Act' and inserting `program'; and
  (2) by striking `before the date of enactment of this Act'.
  (c) REPORT- Section 1135(d) of such Act as amended to read as follows:
  `(d) BIENNIAL REPORT- Beginning in 1992 and every 2 years thereafter, the
  Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the results of reviews
  conducted under subsection (a) and on the program conducted under subsection
  (b).'.
  (d) FUNDING- Section 1135(e) of such Act is amended by striking `$25,000,000
  to carry out this section.' and inserting `$15,000,000 annually to carry
  out this section.'.
SEC. 11. ABILITY TO PAY.
  Section 103(m) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33
  U.S.C. 2213(m)) is amended to read as follows:
  `(m) ABILITY TO PAY-
  `(1) GENERAL RULE- Any cost-sharing agreement under this section for flood
  control or water supply shall be subject to the ability of a non-Federal
  interest to pay.
  `(2) PROCEDURES-
  `(A) IN GENERAL- The ability of any non-Federal interest to pay shall be
  determined by the Secretary in accordance with procedures established by
  the Secretary.
  `(B) LIMITATIONS- The procedures established pursuant to this subsection
  shall not prescribe a minimum non-Federal share and shall allow for
  situations in which no cash contribution is required from the non-Federal
  interest; except that nothing in this subsection shall affect the
  requirements of a non-Federal interest to provide all lands, easements,
  rights-of-way, dredged material disposal areas, and relocations pursuant to
  this section. In addition, such procedures shall provide for determination
  of the eligibility of the non-Federal interest for a reduction in the
  required cash contribution on the basis of local, not statewide, economic
  data and for consideration of reductions in non-Federal cash contributions
  without regard to project benefit-to-cost ratio.
  `(C) REGULATIONS- Not later than the 180th day following the date of the
  enactment of this subparagraph, the Secretary shall issue regulations
  establishing the procedures required by this paragraph.'.
SEC. 12. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION MISSION.
  (a) GENERAL RULE- The Secretary shall include environmental protection
  as one of the primary missions of the Corps of Engineers in planning,
  designing, constructing, operating, and maintaining water resources projects.
  (b) LIMITATION- Nothing in this section affects--
  (1) existing Corps of Engineers' authorities, including its authorities
  with respect to navigation and flood control;
  (2) pending Corps of Engineers permit applications or pending lawsuits
  involving permits or water resources projects; or
  (3) the application of public interest review procedures for Corps of
  Engineers permits.
  (c) REPORT- The Secretary shall, not later than January 1, 1992, and on
  a biennial basis thereafter, transmit to the Committee on Public Works
  and Transportation of the House of Representatives and the Committee on
  Environment and Public Works of the Senate a report on the implementation
  of this section, including--
  (1) specific measures taken and agency resources committed to carry out
  the purposes of this section;
  (2) any legal, funding, or policy obstacles encountered or anticipated; and
  (3) recommendations for administrative and legislative measures to further
  the purposes of this section.
SEC. 13. FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT.
  (a) BENEFIT-COST ANALYSIS- The Secretary shall not include in the benefit
  base for justifying Federal flood damage reduction projects--
  (1) any new or substantially reconstructed structure built in the 100-year
  flood plain after July 1, 1991; and
  (2) any structure that becomes located in the 100-year flood plain by
  virtue of constrictions placed in the flood plain after July 1, 1991.
  (b) COST SHARING- Not later than January 1, 1992, the Secretary shall
  transmit to Congress a report on the feasibility and advisability of
  increasing the non-Federal share of costs for new projects in areas where
  new or substantially reconstructed structures and other constrictions are
  built or placed in the 100-year flood plain after the initial date of the
  affected governmental units entry into the regular program of the national
  flood insurance program of the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968.
  (c) REGULATIONS- The Secretary, in consultation with the Director of the
  Federal Emergency Management Agency, shall issue regulations to implement
  subsection (a). Such regulations shall define key terms, such as new or
  substantially reconstructed structure, constriction, and 100-year flood
  plain.
  (d) APPLICABILITY- The provisions of this section shall apply to any project,
  or separable element thereof, for which a final report of the Chief of
  Engineers has not been forwarded to the Secretary on or before July 1, 1995.
SEC. 14. SHORELINE PROTECTION.
  Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this Act, the
  Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the advisability of not
  participating in the planning, implementation, or maintenance of any beach
  stabilization or renourishment project involving Federal funds unless the
  State in which the proposed project will be located has established or
  committed to establish a beach front management program that includes--
  (1) restrictions on new development seaward of an erosion setback line (based
  on preproject beach size) of at least 50 times the annual erosion rate;
  (2) restrictions on construction of new structural stabilization projects,
  such as seawalls and groins, and their reconstruction if damaged by 50
  percent or more;
  (3) provisions for the relocation of structures in erosion-prone areas;
  (4) provisions to assure public access to beaches stabilized or renourished
  with Federal funds after January 1, 1991; and
  (5) such other provisions as the Secretary may prescribe by regulation to
  prevent hazardous or environmentally damaging shoreline development.
SEC. 15. RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT.
  (a) TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEES- Not later than 2 years after the
  date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall establish for
  each major reservoir (including reservoirs of greater than 200,000 acre
  feet of gross storage) under the jurisdiction of the Corps of Engineers
  a technical advisory committee to provide to the Secretary and Corps of
  Engineers recommendations on reservoir monitoring and options for reservoir
  management. The Secretary shall determine the membership of each committee,
  except that for each committee the Secretary may not appoint more than
  6 members and shall ensure a predominance of members with appropriate
  academic, technical, or scientific qualifications. Members shall serve
  without pay, and the Secretary shall provide any necessary facilities,
  staff, and other support services in accordance with the Federal Advisory
  Committee Act (5 U.S.C. App. 1 et seq.).
  (b) PUBLIC PARTICIPATION- The Secretary shall ensure that, in developing or
  revising reservoir operating manuals of the Corps of Engineers, the Corps
  shall provide significant opportunities for public participation, including
  opportunities for public hearings. The Secretary shall issue regulations
  to implement this subsection, including a requirement that all appropriate
  informational materials relating to proposed management decisions of the
  Corps be made available to the public sufficiently in advance of public
  hearings. Not later than January 1, 1992, the Secretary shall transmit to
  Congress a report on measures taken pursuant to this subsection.
  (c) RECREATION, FISH, AND WILDLIFE PURPOSES- The Secretary is authorized
  to manage any existing dam and reservoir project of the Corps of Engineers
  for recreation and fish and wildlife purposes to the extent such management
  does not impair any other authorized project purpose.
SEC. 16. CHANGES IN RESERVOIR PROJECT OPERATIONS.
  (a) REVIEW- The Secretary shall conduct a review of the operations of
  reservoir projects which are under the jurisdiction of the Secretary--
  (1) to determine whether or not such projects are being operated in
  accordance with their authorized purposes;
  (2) to identify deficiencies in the operations of such projects which
  prohibit the realization of project benefits; and
  (3) to determine inconsistencies in the operations of those projects which
  have the same authorized project purposes.
  (b) REPORT- Not later than 12 months after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the results of
  the review conducted under subsection (a), together with recommendations
  for correcting deficiencies and eliminating inconsistencies identified
  under subsection (a).
  (c) WATER CONTROL MANUALS-
  (1) PRELIMINARY DRAFT- Not later than 270 days after the date of the
  enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall develop a preliminary draft
  of a water control manual for each reservoir project which is under the
  jurisdiction of the Secretary.
  (2) PUBLIC REVIEW- The Secretary shall make each draft developed under
  paragraph (1) available for review by the public for a period of not less
  than 90 days.
  (3) FINAL DRAFT- Not later than 15 months after the date of the enactment
  of this Act, the Secretary shall develop and publish a final water control
  manual for each reservoir project which is under the jurisdiction of
  the Secretary.
  (4) CONSISTENCY WITH PROJECT PURPOSES- Each manual developed under this
  subsection shall be consistent with the authorized purposes of the project
  for which such manual is developed.
  (d) OPERATION OF PROJECTS- After the last day of the 15-month period
  beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, each reservoir project
  which is under the jurisdiction of the Secretary shall be operated in
  accordance with the final water control manual developed for such project
  under this section.
  (e) SIGNIFICANT CHANGES- Before making any significant change in a water
  control manual developed under this section, the Secretary shall--
  (1) make the proposed change available for review by the public for a
  period of not less than 60 days;
  (2) prepare a comprehensive assessment of the need for the proposed
  change, the expected effects of the proposed change, comments received
  on the proposed change, the impact of the proposed change on authorized
  project purposes, the anticipated cost and benefits of the proposed change,
  alternatives which were considered before selection of the proposed change,
  and the authority for making the proposed change; and
  (3) transmit to Congress a copy of the proposed change, together with such
  assessment, so that the proposed change and assessment will be available to
  Congress for a period of not less than 60 days before the proposed change
  becomes effective.
SEC. 17. ENVIRONMENTAL DREDGING.
  (a) OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF NAVIGATION PROJECTS- Whenever necessary
  to meet the requirements of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, the
  Secretary, in consultation with the Administrator of the Environmental
  Protection Agency, may remove, as part of operation and maintenance of a
  navigation project, contaminated sediments outside the boundaries of and
  adjacent to the navigation channel.
  (b) NAVIGATION PROJECTS- In carrying out a navigation project in an area
  which is not meeting applicable water quality standards, the Secretary may
  remove contaminated sediments outside the boundaries of and adjacent to
  the navigation channel if such removal is necessary to enable the area to
  meet such standards, such removal is requested by a non-Federal sponsor,
  and the sponsor agrees to pay 50 percent of the cost of such removal.
  (c) NONPROJECT SPECIFIC- The Secretary may remove contaminated sediments from
  the navigable waters of the United States for the purpose of environmental
  enhancement and water quality improvement if such removal is requested by
  a non-Federal sponsor and the sponsor agrees to pay 50 percent of the cost
  of such removal.
  (d) JOINT PLAN REQUIREMENT- The Secretary may only remove contaminated
  sediments under subsections (b) and (c) in accordance with a joint plan
  developed by the Secretary and interested Federal, State, and local
  government officials. Such plan must include an opportunity for public
  comment, a description of the work to be undertaken, the method to be
  used for dredged material disposal, the roles and responsibilities of the
  Secretary and non-Federal sponsors, and identification of sources of funding.
  (e) DISPOSAL COSTS- Costs of disposal of contaminated sediments removed
  under this section shall be a non-Federal responsibility.
SEC. 18. PROTECTION OF RECREATIONAL AND COMMERCIAL USES.
  (a) GENERAL RULE- In planning any water resources project, the Secretary
  shall consider the impact of the project on existing and future recreational
  and commercial uses in the area surrounding the project.
  (b) MAINTENANCE- Whenever the Secretary maintains, repairs, rehabilitates,
  or reconstructs a water resources project which will result in a change
  in the configuration of a structure which is a part of such project,
  the Secretary, to the maximum extent practicable, shall carry out such
  maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, or reconstruction in a manner which
  will not adversely affect any recreational use established with respect to
  such project before the date of such maintenance, repair, rehabilitation,
  or reconstruction.
  (c) MITIGATION- If maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, or reconstruction
  of a water resources project by the Secretary results in a change in the
  configuration of any structure which is a part of such project and has
  an adverse effect on a recreational use established with respect to such
  project before the date of such maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, or
  reconstruction, the Secretary, to the maximum extent practicable, shall
  take such actions as may be necessary to restore such recreational use or
  provide alternative opportunities for comparable recreational use.
  (d) APPLICABILITY-
  (1) GENERAL RULE- Subsections (b) and (c) shall apply to maintenance,
  repair, rehabilitation, or reconstruction for which physical construction
  is initiated after May 1, 1988.
  (2) LIMITATION- Subsections (b) and (c) shall not apply to any action of
  the Secretary which is necessary to discontinue the operation of a water
  resources project.
  (e) COST SHARING- Costs incurred by the Secretary to carry out the objectives
  of this section shall be allocated among authorized project purposes in
  accordance with applicable cost allocation procedures and shall be subject
  to cost sharing or reimbursement to the same extent as other project costs
  are shared or reimbursed.
SEC. 19. MULTIPURPOSE WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS.
  Activities currently performed by personnel under the direction of the
  Secretary in connection with the operation and maintenance of hydroelectric
  power generating facilities at Corps of Engineers multipurpose water
  resources projects are to be considered as inherently governmental functions
  and not commercial activities. This section does not prohibit contracting
  out major maintenance or other functions which are currently contracted
  out or studying services not directly connected with project maintenance
  and operations.
SEC. 20. GREAT LAKES REMEDIAL ACTION PLANS.
  The Secretary is authorized to provide technical, planning, and
  engineering assistance to States and local governments in the development
  and implementation of remedial action plans for areas of concern in the
  Great Lakes identified under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement of
  1978. Non-Federal interests shall contribute 50 percent of the costs of
  such development and implementation.
SEC. 21. MATTERS TO BE ADDRESSED IN PLANNING.
  Section 904 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 2281)
  is amended by inserting `(including preservation and enhancement of the
  environment)' after `environment'.
SEC. 22. CROSS FLORIDA BARGE CANAL.
  Section 1114 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (16 U.S.C. 460tt;
  100 Stat. 4232) is amended to read as follows:
`SEC. 1114. CROSS FLORIDA BARGE CANAL.
  `(a) DEAUTHORIZATION- The barge canal project located between the Gulf of
  Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean (hereinafter in this section referred to as the
  `project'), as described in the Act of July 23, 1942 (56 Stat. 703), shall be
  deauthorized by operation of law immediately upon the Governor and Cabinet of
  the State of Florida adopting a resolution specifically agreeing on behalf
  of the State of Florida (hereinafter in this section referred to as the
  `State') to all of the terms of the agreement prescribed in subsection (b).
  `(b) TRANSFER OF PROJECT LANDS- Notwithstanding any other provision of law,
  the Secretary is, subject to the provisions of subsections (d) and (e),
  directed to transfer to the State all lands and interests in lands acquired
  by the Secretary and facilities completed for the project in subsection
  (a), without consideration, if the State agrees to each of the following:
  `(1) The State shall agree to hold the United States harmless from all
  claims arising from or through the operations of the lands and facilities
  conveyed by the United States.
  `(2) The State shall agree to preserve and maintain a greenway corridor
  which shall be open to the public for compatible recreation and conservation
  activities and which shall be continuous, except for areas referred to in
  subparagraphs (A) and (C) of this paragraph, along the project route over
  lands acquired by the Secretary or by the State or State Canal Authority,
  or lands acquired along the project route in the future by the State
  or State Canal Authority, to the maximum width possible, as determined
  in the management plan to be developed by the State for former project
  lands. Such greenway corridor shall not be less than 300 yards wide,
  except for the following areas:
  `(A) Any area of the project corridor where, as of the date of the enactment
  of this subparagraph, no land is owned by the State or State Canal Authority.
  `(B) Any area of the project corridor where, as of the date of the enactment
  of this subparagraph, the land owned by the State or State Canal Authority
  is less than 300 yards wide.
  `(C) Any area of the project corridor where a road or bridge crosses the
  project corridor.
  `(3) Consistent with paragraph (2) of this subsection, the State shall create
  a State park or conservation/recreation area in the lands and interests
  in lands acquired for the project lying between the Atlantic Ocean and the
  western boundaries of sections 20 and 29, township 15 south, range 23 east.
  `(4) The State shall agree, consistent with paragraphs (2), (5) and (6) of
  this subsection, to preserve, enhance, interpret, and manage the water and
  related land resources of the area containing cultural, fish and wildlife,
  scenic, and recreational values in the remaining lands and interests in
  land acquired for the project, lying west of sections 20 and 29, township
  15 south, range 23 east, as determined by the State, for the benefit and
  enjoyment of present and future generations of people and the development
  of outdoor recreation.
  `(5) The State shall agree to pay, from the assets of the State Canal
  Authority and the Cross Florida Canal Navigation District, including
  revenues from the sale of former project lands declared surplus by the
  State management plan, to the counties of Citrus, Clay, Duval, Levy,
  Marion, and Putnam a minimum aggregate sum of $32,000,000 in cash or, at
  the option of the counties, payment to be made by conveyance of surplus
  former project lands selected by the State at current appraised values.
  `(6) The State shall agree to provide that, after repayment of all sums
  due to the counties of Citrus, Clay, Duval, Levy, Marion, and Putnam,
  the State may use any remaining funds generated from the sale of former
  project lands declared surplus by the State to acquire the fee title to
  lands along the project route as to which less than fee title was obtained,
  or to purchase privately owned lands, or easements over such privately owned
  lands, lying within the proposed project route, consistent with paragraphs
  (2), (3), and (4) of this subsection, according to such priorities as are
  determined in the management plan to be developed by the State for former
  project lands. Any remaining funds generated from the sale of former project
  lands declared surplus by the State shall be used for the improvement
  and management of the greenway corridor consistent with paragraphs (2),
  (3), and (4) of this subsection.
  `(c) ENFORCEMENT-
  `(1) REMEDIES AND JURISDICTION- The United States is directed to vigorously
  enforce the agreement referred to in subsections (a) and (b) in the courts
  of the United States and shall be entitled to any remedies in equity or law,
  including, without limitation, injunctive relief. The court, in issuing any
  final order in any suit brought pursuant to this subsection, may, in its
  discretion, award costs of litigation (including reasonable attorney and
  expert witness fees) to any prevailing party. The United States district
  courts shall have original and exclusive jurisdiction of any action under
  this subsection.
  `(2) STATE REMEDIES- The State shall be entitled to the same remedies
  listed in paragraph (1) of this subsection in the courts of the State or
  of the United States.
  `(d) TIME OF TRANSFER- Actual transfer of lands and management
  responsibilities under this section shall not occur on the constructed
  portions of the project lying between the Atlantic Ocean and the Eureka
  Lock and Dam, inclusive, and between the Gulf of Mexico and the Inglis Lock
  and Dam, inclusive, until the last day of the 24-month period beginning
  on the date of the enactment of the Water Resources Development Act of 1990.
  `(e) MANAGEMENT PENDING TRANSFER- In the 24-month period following the
  date of the enactment of the Water Resources Development Act of 1990,
  the Secretary shall carry out any and all programmed maintenance on the
  portions of the project outlined in subsection (d).
  `(f) SURVEY- The exact acreage and legal description of the real property
  to be transferred pursuant to this section shall be determined by a survey
  which is satisfactory to the Secretary and to the State. The cost of such
  survey shall be borne by the State.'.
SEC. 23. SMALL NAVIGATION PROJECTS.
  (a) BUFFALO, NEW YORK- The Secretary shall carry out a navigation project
  south of the existing dike disposal area in Buffalo, New York, under section
  107 of the River and Harbor Act of 1960 (33 U.S.C. 577) by construction
  of a breakwater, fishing pier, and floating docks.
  (b) ROCHESTER, NEW YORK- The Secretary shall carry out a navigation project
  for the mouth of the Genesee River in Rochester, New York, under section
  107 of the River and Harbor Act of 1960 (33 U.S.C. 577) by development
  and implementation of wave surge control measures.
  (c) BOLLES HARBOR, MICHIGAN- The Secretary shall carry out a navigation
  project at the mouth of the LaPliasance Creek, Bolles Harbor, Michigan,
  under section 107 of the River and Harbor Act of 1960 (33 U.S.C. 577)
  by construction of an offshore barrier.
  (d) FORT PECK RESERVOIR, MONTANA- The Secretary shall carry out a navigation
  project at the Fort Peck Reservoir, Montana, under section 107 of the
  River and Harbor Act of 1960 (33 U.S.C. 577) by construction of a breakwater.
SEC. 24. ONONDAGA LAKE, NEW YORK.
  (a) MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE- The Secretary and the Administrator of the
  Environmental Protection Agency (hereinafter in this section referred
  to as the `Administrator'), and the Governor of the State of New York,
  acting jointly, shall convene a management conference for the restoration,
  conservation, and management of Onondaga Lake.
  (b) PURPOSES OF CONFERENCE- The purpose of the management conference under
  this section shall include but not be limited to--
  (1) developing, within the 1-year period following the date of the enactment
  of this Act, a comprehensive restoration, conservation, and management
  plan that recommends priority corrective actions and compliance schedules
  for the cleanup of Onondaga Lake; and
  (2) coordinating implementation of the plan by the State of New York,
  the United States Army Corps of Engineers, the Environmental Protection
  Agency and all local agencies, governments, and other groups participating
  in the conference.
  (c) MEMBERSHIP-
  (1) IN GENERAL- The members of the management conference shall include,
  at a minimum--
  (A) the Secretary,
  (B) the Administrator,
  (C) the Governor of the State of New York,
  (D) a representative of the Attorney General of the State of New York,
  (E) a representative of Onondaga County, New York, and
  (F) a representative of the city of Syracuse, New York.
  (2) PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE- The members of the management conference may
  designate a permanent representative to attend meetings of the management
  conference and otherwise represent and vote on their behalf on the
  management conference.
  (3) EX OFFICIO MEMBERS- The management conference shall include the
  following ex officio members:
  (A) The United States Senators from the State of New York.
  (B) The members of the United States House of Representatives within whose
  congressional districts Onondaga Lake lies.
  (4) STANDING COMMITTEES- There shall be two standing committees of the
  management conference as follows:
  (A) The Citizens Advisory Committee.
  (B) The Technical Review Committee.
  (d) PLAN-
  (1) APPROVAL- Not later than 120 days after the completion of a plan
  and after providing for public review and comment, the Secretary and the
  Administrator shall approve such plan if the plan meets the requirements
  of this section, and the Governor of the State of New York concurs in
  such approval.
  (2) IMPLEMENTATION- Upon approval of the plan under this section, such
  plan shall be implemented.
  (e) GRANT PROGRAM-
  (1) IN GENERAL- The management conference, with the approval of the
  Secretary, the Administrator, and the Governor of the State of New York, is
  authorized to make grants to the State of New York and public or nonprofit
  private agencies, institutions, organizations, and individuals.
  (2) PURPOSES; NON-FEDERAL SHARE- Grants under this subsection may be
  made for--
  (A) research, surveys, and studies necessary for the development of the
  plan under this section, except that grants to any person under this
  subparagraph may not exceed 70 percent of the costs of such work and that
  the non-Federal share of such costs are provided from non-Federal sources;
  (B) conducting activities identified in the plan developed pursuant to this
  section, except that grants to any person under this subparagraph may not
  exceed 70 percent of the costs of such work and that the non-Federal share
  of such costs are provided from non-Federal sources; and
  (C) gathering data and retaining expert consultants in support of litigation
  undertaken by the State of New York to compel clean up or obtain clean up
  and damage cost from parties responsible for the pollution of Onondaga Lake.
  (3) IN-KIND PAYMENTS- In-kind payments shall qualify for the purpose of
  meeting the non-Federal matching requirements of this subsection.
  (f) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There are authorized to be appropriated
  to the Secretary and the Administrator $15,000,000 per fiscal year for
  each of fiscal years 1992 through 1998 to carry out this section.
SEC. 25. SAUK LAKE, MINNESOTA.
  The Secretary shall complete the project for removal of silt and aquatic
  weeds, Sauk Lake, Minnesota, authorized by section 602 of the Water Resources
  Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4148), including acquisition of weed
  harvesting equipment using funds appropriated by Congress for such purpose.
SEC. 26. WAPPINGERS LAKE, NEW YORK.
  Section 602(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100
  Stat. 4148-49) is amended--
  (1) by striking `and' at the end of paragraph (8);
  (2) by striking the period at the end of paragraph (9) and inserting `;
  and'; and
  (3) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(10) Wappingers Lake, New York, for removal of silt and aquatic growth.'.
SEC. 27. SMALL FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS.
  (a) DRY JORDAN AND CROOKED CREEKS, ARKANSAS- The Secretary may carry out a
  project for flood control, Dry Jordan and Crooked Creeks, Harrison, Arkansas,
  under section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s).
  (b) BLUE RIVER AND BROCK CREEK, SALEM, INDIANA- The Secretary may carry
  out a project for flood control, East Fork of the Blue River and Brock
  Creek, Salem, Indiana, under section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948
  (33 U.S.C. 701s).
  (c) OLD SULFUR CREEK, ORLEANS, INDIANA- The Secretary may carry out a
  project for flood control, Old Sulfur Creek, Orleans, Indiana, under
  section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s).
  (d) WHITE RIVER, GIBSON COUNTY, INDIANA- The Secretary may carry out a
  project for flood control, White River, Hazelton, Gibson County, Indiana,
  under section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s).
  (e) FARMERS BRANCH CREEK, WHITE SETTLEMENT, TEXAS- The Secretary shall carry
  out, on an expedited basis, a nonstructural project for flood control,
  Farmers Branch Creek, White Settlement, Texas, under section 205 of the
  Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s). Such project shall consist
  of relocation and purchase of residential structures located within the
  flood plain.
  (f) VALLEY VIEW BRANCH, HURST, TEXAS- The Secretary may carry out a project
  for flood control, Valley View Branch, Hurst, Texas, under section 205 of
  the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s). The maximum amount which
  may be allotted under such section for such project shall be $7,500,000
  instead of $5,000,000.
  (g) SAVAN GUT, VIRGIN ISLANDS- The maximum amount which may be allotted
  under section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s)
  for the project for flood control, Savan Gut, Virgin Islands, shall
  be $10,000,000 instead of $5,000,000. Nothing in this section shall be
  construed as affecting any cost sharing requirements applicable to such
  project under the Water Resources Development Act of 1986.
  (h) KROUTS CREEK, WEST VIRGINIA- The Secretary may carry out a project for
  flood control, Krouts Creek in the vicinity of Huntington, West Virginia,
  under section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s). Such
  project shall include deepening and widening of the channel and culvert
  replacement.
SEC. 28. BAY CITY, MICHIGAN.
  The Secretary may undertake a project for shoreline protection along the
  Saginaw River in Bay City, Michigan, at a total estimated cost of $6,105,000.
SEC. 29. DELAWARE RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, PENNSYLVANIA.
  The Secretary may carry out a project for shoreline protection for the Glen
  Foerd Historic Property in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, along the Delaware
  River and tributaries, including restoration of seawalls.
SEC. 30. CONTINUATION OF AUTHORIZATION OF CERTAIN PROJECTS.
  (a) GENERAL RULE- Notwithstanding section 1001(b)(1) of the Water Resources
  Development Act of 1986, the following projects shall remain authorized
  to be carried out by the Secretary:
  (1) SANTA CRUZ HARBOR, CALIFORNIA- The modification for sealing the east
  jetty of the project for Santa Cruz Harbor, California, authorized by
  section 811 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4168).
  (2) PAJARO RIVER, SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA- The project for flood control,
  Pajaro River and tributaries, Santa Cruz, California, authorized by the
  Flood Control Act of 1966 (80 Stat. 1421).
  (3) HILLSBORO INLET, FLORIDA- Dredging of Hillsboro Inlet, Florida,
  authorized by section 301 of the River and Harbor Act of 1965 (79
  Stat. 1090).
  (4) LITTLE CALUMET RIVER BASIN, INDIANA- The project for flood control,
  Little Calumet River basin (Cady Marsh Ditch), Indiana, authorized by section
  401(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4115).
  (5) ONTONAGON HARBOR, MICHIGAN- The project for navigation, Ontonagon
  Harbor, Michigan, authorized by the Rivers and Harbors Appropriations Act
  of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 655).
  (6) OTTAWA RIVER HARBOR, MICHIGAN AND OHIO- The project for navigation,
  Ottawa River Harbor, Michigan and Ohio, authorized by section 201 of
  the Flood Control Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 1073) and approved by committee
  resolution, in accordance with the Phase I General Design Memorandum (dated
  November 1976) for such project, at a total cost of $13,200,000, with an
  estimated first Federal cost of $6,530,000 and an estimated non-Federal
  cost of $6,670,000.
  (7) SAULT SAINTE MARIE, MICHIGAN- The second lock for Sault Sainte Marie,
  Michigan, authorized by section 1149 of the Water Resources Development
  Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4254-55); except that--
  (A) the Secretary shall allocate, not later than 180 days after the date
  of the enactment of this Act and after providing an opportunity for notice
  and comment, the non-Federal share of the cost for such lock to Canada
  and the States of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio,
  Pennsylvania, and New York based on the Secretary's estimate, using current
  traffic statistics, of the projected total tonnage of commercial cargo
  which will be delivered to or from ports in Canada and each such State by
  vessels using such lock,
  (B) the non-Federal share so allocated shall not include any cost allocated
  to Canada under subparagraph (A), and
  (C) the amount of the non-Federal share of such cost shall be reduced by
  the amount of any contribution made by the Government of Canada toward
  construction of such lock.
  (8) CONNEAUT, OHIO- The small boat harbor project for Conneaut, Ohio,
  authorized by section 101 of the River and Harbor Act of 1966 (80
  Stat. 1405).
  (9) FAIRPORT, OHIO- The small boat harbor project for Fairport, Ohio,
  and the dredging of the navigation project for Fairport, Ohio, authorized
  pursuant to section 201 of the Flood Control Act of 1965 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-f).
  (10) MEMPHIS HARBOR, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE- The project for navigation,
  Memphis Harbor, Memphis, Tennessee, authorized by section 601(a) of the
  Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4145).
  (11) NORFOLK HARBOR, VIRGINIA- The project for deepening of 3 navigation
  anchorages at Norfolk Harbor, Virginia, authorized by section 301 of the
  River and Harbor Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 1090).
  (b) LIMITATION- A project described in subsection (a) shall not be authorized
  for construction after the last day of the 5-year period that begins on
  the date of the enactment of this Act unless, during such period, funds
  have been obligated for the construction (including planning and design)
  of the project.
  (c) FREEPORT, ILLINOIS- The project for flood control, Freeport, Illinois,
  as authorized by section 5 of the Flood Control Act of June 22, 1936 (49
  Stat. 1586), which was deauthorized by section 1002 of the Water Resources
  Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4208) is authorized to be carried out
  by the Secretary.
SEC. 31. EROSION PREVENTION PROJECTS, LOUISIANA.
  The Secretary shall carry out erosion prevention projects in Vermilion
  Parish and Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, at a total cost of $200,000. Such
  projects shall include revetment work and reconstruction of spoiled banks
  with dredged material.
SEC. 32. HAZARD, KENTUCKY.
  The Secretary is authorized and directed to design and construct such
  flood control measures at or in the vicinity of Hazard, Kentucky, on the
  North Fork of the Kentucky River as the Secretary determines necessary
  and appropriate to afford the city of Hazard, Kentucky, and its immediate
  environs a level of protection against flooding at least sufficient to
  prevent any future losses to such city from the likelihood of flooding such
  as occurred in January 1957, at a total cost of $30,000,000. With respect
  to such project, Congress finds that the benefits determined in accordance
  with section 209 of the Flood Control Act of 1970 and attributable to the
  flood measures authorized for such project exceed the cost of such measures.
SEC. 33. DEMONSTRATION OF CONSTRUCTION OF FEDERAL PROJECT BY NON-FEDERAL
INTERESTS.
  (a) IN GENERAL- For purposes of demonstrating the safety benefits and
  economic efficiencies which would accrue as a consequence of non-Federal
  management of harbor improvement projects, the Secretary shall enter into
  agreements with 2 non-Federal interests pursuant to which the non-Federal
  interests will undertake part or all of a harbor project authorized by law,
  by utilizing their own personnel or by procuring outside services, if the
  cost of doing so will not exceed the cost of the Secretary undertaking the
  project. If proposals for such agreements meet the criteria of section 204 of
  the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, the agreements shall be entered
  into not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (b) LIMITATION- At least 1 project carried out pursuant to this section
  shall pertain to improvements to a major ship channel which carries a
  substantial volume of both passenger and cargo traffic.
  (c) REPORT- The Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report regarding
  the safety benefits and economic efficiencies accrued from entering into
  agreements with non-Federal interests under this section.
SEC. 34. MODIFICATION OF REVERSIONARY INTEREST.
  (a) IN GENERAL- The Secretary shall modify the reversionary interest
  of the United States in approximately 50 acres of land reserved in the
  deed described in subsection (b) for the purpose of allowing the United
  Methodist Church to construct and operate a retirement village on such land.
  (b) DEED DESCRIPTION- The deed referred to in subsection (a) is the
  quitclaim deed dated October 22, 1963, by which the United States conveyed
  to Clay County, Georgia, the parcel of land lying in land lots 263 and 264,
  Seventh Land District, Clay County, Georgia.
  (c) INSTRUMENT OF RELEASE- The Secretary shall execute and file in the
  appropriate office an amended deed or other appropriate instrument effecting
  the modification of the reversionary interest under section 1.
SEC. 35. UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER PLAN.
  (a) EXTENSION OF PROGRAMS- Section 1103(e)(2) of the Water Resources
  Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 652(e)(2)) is amended--
  (1) by striking `ten years' and inserting `15 years'; and
  (2) by striking `ten-year' and inserting `15-year'.
  (b) EXTENSION OF AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- Section 1103(e) of such
  Act is amended--
  (1) in paragraph (3) by striking `eight' and inserting `13';
  (2) in paragraph (4) by striking `nine' and inserting `14'; and
  (3) in paragraph (5) by striking `seven' and inserting `12'.
  (c) RECREATIONAL PROJECTS- Section 1103(f)(2)(A) of such Act is amended
  by striking `ten' and inserting `15'.
SEC. 36. SECTION 221 AGREEMENTS.
  Section 221(a) of the Flood Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b(a))
  is amended by striking `State legislative' in the last sentence.
SEC. 37. CABIN SITE LEASES.
  Section 1134(d) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100
  Stat. 4251) is amended by inserting `cabin and' after `lawfully installed
  dock or'.
SEC. 38. SAN LUIS REY, CALIFORNIA.
  Notwithstanding section 201 of the Flood Control Act of 1965 (42
  U.S.C. 1962d-f), the authorized first Federal cost of construction of the
  project for flood control, San Luis Rey, California, being carried out
  under such section shall be $60,000,000.
SEC. 39. CONSTRUCTION OF VIRGIN ISLAND PROJECTS BY SECRETARY OF THE ARMY.
  (a) GENERAL RULE- Upon request of the Governor of the Virgin Islands with
  respect to a construction project in the Virgin Islands for which Federal
  financial assistance is available under any law of the United States, the
  Federal official administering such assistance may make such assistance
  available to the Secretary instead of the Virgin Islands. The Secretary
  shall use such assistance to carry out such project in accordance with
  the provisions of such law.
  (b) LIMITATION ON STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION- Nothing in this section shall
  be construed as relieving the Virgin Islands from complying with any
  requirements for non-Federal cooperation with respect to a construction
  project carried out with Federal financial assistance provided to the
  Secretary pursuant to this section; except that the Secretary shall be
  responsible for complying with administrative and fiscal requirements
  associated with utilization of such assistance.
  (c) TERMINATION DATE- Subsection (a) shall not be effective after the last
  day of the 3-year period beginning on the date of the enactment of this
  Act; except that the Secretary shall complete construction of any project
  commenced under subsection (a) before such day.
SEC. 40. PROTECTION OF RECREATION PROJECT PURPOSES.
  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, section 1 of the Act of September
  6, 1960 (16 U.S.C. 580m), shall not apply to the projects referred to in
  paragraphs (1), (2), (3), (6), (9), (10), and (11) of section 6(a) of the
  Water Resources Development Act of 1988 (102 Stat. 4022).
SEC. 41. LIBERTY, OHIO.
  (a) STUDY- The Secretary shall conduct a study of the water supply needs
  of Liberty, Ohio.
  (b) REPORT- Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the results of
  the study conducted under this section, together with recommendations for
  meeting the projected water supply needs of Liberty, Ohio.
  (c) DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM- After completion of the study under this section,
  the Secretary shall conduct a technology demonstration of methods to meet
  the water supply needs of Liberty, Ohio, recommended by the Secretary
  under subsection (b) to determine the capability of such methods to meet
  such needs.
  (d) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated
  $2,000,000 to carry out this section.
SEC. 42. WASHINGTONVILLE, OHIO.
  (a) STUDY- The Secretary shall conduct a study of the water supply needs
  of Washingtonville, Ohio.
  (b) REPORT- Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the results of
  the study conducted under this section, together with recommendations for
  meeting the projected water supply needs of Washingtonville, Ohio.
  (c) DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM- After completion of the study under this section,
  the Secretary shall conduct a technology demonstration of methods to
  meet the water supply needs of Washingtonville, Ohio, recommended by the
  Secretary under subsection (b) to determine the capability of such methods
  to meet such needs.
  (d) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated
  $2,000,000 to carry out this section.
SEC. 43. ALBERMARLE SOUND-ROANOKE RIVER BASIN, NORTH CAROLINA.
  No construction may be carried out with respect to the permit granted by
  the Corps of Engineers for project application 83-0747-06 until--
  (1) submission of the report mandated by section 5 of Public Law 100-589; and
  (2) review of such report and determination by the Corps of Engineers of
  the impact of the project in light of such report.
SEC. 44. CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND.
  (a) STUDY- The Secretary, in consultation with the Administrator of
  the Environmental Protection Agency, shall conduct a feasibility study
  of wastewater treatment options for transporting contamination from the
  Central Landfill site and other sources of pollution in Rhode Island to a
  wastewater treatment facility in Cranston, Rhode Island, through the use
  of a regional connector system.
  (b) REPORT- Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the results of
  the study conducted under this section.
  (c) DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM- After completion of the feasibility study under
  this section, the Secretary shall conduct a technology demonstration of the
  connector system described in subsection (a) to determine the capability
  of the system design to operate properly.
  (d) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated
  $1,000,000 to carry out subsection (a) and $5,000,000 to carry out subsection
  (c).
SEC. 45. SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA.
  The Secretary is authorized to assist the city of Santa Rosa, California,
  in the development and construction of storage facilities associated with
  wastewater reclamation, with an estimated Federal cost of $45,000,000.
SEC. 46. GENERATION FACILITIES.
  The Secretary may not authorize, approve, or recommend any activity referred
  to in section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 in connection with
  the construction (commencing after the enactment of this section) by any
  entity of generation facilities at the project on the Savage River referred
  to in section 6(a)(7) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1988 (102
  Stat. 4022) or at any location on the Savage River downstream of such project
  and upstream of the confluence of the Savage River and the North Branch
  of the Potomac River. No permit under the Federal Water Pollution Control
  Act shall authorize any discharge in connection with the construction or
  operation of any such facilities and no certification shall be issued or
  waived under such Act for any discharge resulting from such construction
  or operation. The prohibitions contained in the first 2 sentences of this
  section shall also be applicable to the project referred to in section
  6(a)(9) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1988 (102 Stat. 4022).
SEC. 47. FLAT ROCK, MICHIGAN.
  The Secretary shall provide assistance to non-Federal interests in the
  design and construction of repairs to the dam at Flat Rock, Michigan.
SEC. 48. WARROAD HARBOR, MINNESOTA.
  The Secretary shall carry out a navigation project to dredge the navigation
  channel and adjacent basin at Warroad Harbor, Minnesota. The project shall
  be undertaken to provide safe boating access and egress and to upgrade
  existing retaining walls.
SEC. 49. RONDOUT CREEK AND WALLKILL RIVER, NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY.
  The non-Federal share of correcting the design deficiency of the North
  Ellenville portion of the project for flood control, Rondout Creek and
  Wallkill River and their tributaries, New York and New Jersey, authorized
  by section 203 of the Flood Control Act of 1962 (76 Stat. 1181), shall be
  the same as the non-Federal share of the project as originally authorized
  and constructed.
SEC. 50. STRUTHERS, OHIO.
  The Secretary is authorized to carry out planning, engineering, and design
  for replacement of the Bridge Street bridge in Struthers, Ohio, at a total
  cost of $2,000,000.
SEC. 51. VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA.
  The Secretary shall, pursuant to section 156 of the Water Resources
  Development Act of 1976 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5f), enter into a local cooperation
  agreement with the city of Virginia Beach, Virginia, for nourishment of the
  project for beach erosion, Virginia Beach, Virginia, authorized by section
  101 of the River and Harbor Act of 1954 (68 Stat. 1254).  Such agreement
  shall be deemed to have taken effect on February 6, 1987.
SEC. 52. YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO.
  The Secretary is authorized to carry out planning, engineering, and design
  of the Center Street bridge new alignment for Youngstown, Ohio, at a total
  cost of $2,000,000.
SEC. 53. SOUTHWEST REGION FLOOD RESPONSE COMMISSION.
  (a) ESTABLISHMENT- There is established a commission to be known as the
  `Southwest Region Flood Response Evaluation Commission' (hereinafter in
  this section referred to as the `Commission').
  (b) DUTIES OF COMMISSION- The Commission shall evaluate--
  (1) existing flood control measures in the Arkansas, Red, and Ouachita
  river basins, including the adequacy of flood control storage at existing
  reservoirs, operation of such reservoirs, and downstream flood control
  and local protection projects;
  (2) the effectiveness of Federal emergency response capabilities to prevent
  or minimize loss of life and damage to property resulting from flooding; and
  (3) the effectiveness of Federal disaster assistance programs in providing
  adequate and prompt compensation to flood victims.
  (c) MEMBERSHIP-
  (1) NUMBER AND APPOINTMENT- The Commission shall be composed of 6 members
  appointed as follows:
  (A) The Secretary (or the Secretary's delegate).
  (B) The Secretary of Agriculture (or the Secretary's delegate).
  (C) The Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (or the
  Director's delegate).
  (D) The Governor of the State of Arkansas (or the Governor's delegate).
  (E) The Governor of the State of Oklahoma (or the Governor's delegate).
  (F) The Governor of the State of Texas (or the Governor's delegate).
  (2) TERMS- Each member shall be appointed for the life of the Commission.
  (3) TRAVEL EXPENSES- Members shall serve without pay but shall receive
  travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, in accordance
  with sections 5702 and 5703 of title 5, United States Code.
  (4) QUORUM- Three members of the Commission shall constitute a quorum but
  a lesser number may hold hearings.
  (5) CHAIRPERSON- The Chairperson of the Commission shall be elected by
  the members.
  (6) MEETINGS- The Commission shall meet at the call of the Chairperson or
  a majority of its members.
  (d) POWERS OF COMMISSION-
  (1) HEARINGS AND SESSIONS- The Commission may, for the purpose of carrying
  out this section, hold hearings, sit and act at times and places, take
  testimony, and receive evidence as the Commission considers appropriate.
  (2) POWERS OF MEMBERS AND AGENTS- Any member or agent of the Commission may,
  if authorized by the Commission, take any action which the Commission is
  authorized to take by this subsection.
  (3) OBTAINING OFFICIAL DATA- The Commission may secure directly from
  any department or agency of the United States information necessary to
  enable it to carry out this section. Upon request of the Chairperson of
  the Commission, the head of that department or agency shall furnish such
  information to the Commission.
  (4) MAILS- The Commission may use the United States mails in the same
  manner and under the same conditions as other departments and agencies of
  the United States.
  (5) ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT SERVICES- Upon the request of the Commission,
  the Administrator of General Services shall provide to the Commission,
  on a reimbursable basis, the administrative support services necessary
  for the Commission to carry out its responsibilities under this section.
  (e) REPORT- The Commission shall transmit a report to the President and
  Congress not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this
  Act. The report shall contain a detailed statement of the findings and
  conclusions of the Commission, together with recommendations for such
  legislation and administrative actions as the Commission considers
  appropriate.
  (f) TERMINATION- The Commission shall terminate 30 days after submitting
  its final report pursuant to subsection (e).
SEC. 54. REHABILITATION OF FEDERAL FLOOD CONTROL LEVEES.
  The Secretary shall undertake--
  (1) projects for rehabilitation and reconstruction of Federal flood control
  levees on the Arkansas River, Arkansas and Oklahoma, substantially in
  accordance with the Little Rock District Engineer's Arkansas River Basin,
  Arkansas and Oklahoma, Draft Feasibility Report, dated March 1990, and
  the Tulsa District Engineer's Keystone to Tulsa Reconnaissance Report,
  dated September 1989; and
  (2) projects for rehabilitation and reconstruction of Federal flood control
  levees on the Red River, Oklahoma and Arkansas, below Denison Dam.
The purpose of such projects shall be to make such levees comply with
current Federal design standards. Such projects shall include repairs of
design deficiencies and replacement of deteriorated drainage structures and
other appurtenances.
SEC. 55. FLOOD WARNING SYSTEM.
  (a) INSTALLATION- The Secretary may develop and install a flood warning
  system for the Santa Clara River and its tributaries (including Santa Paula
  Creek), Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, California, at a total cost of
  $850,000. Such system shall provide, at a minimum, base stations in both
  Ventura and Santa Paula, California.
  (b) OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE- Before installation of the flood warning
  system under this section, non-Federal interests must agree to operate
  and maintain such system and to develop, maintain, and implement such
  emergency preparedness plans for flooding along the Santa Clara River and
  its tributaries in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, California, as are
  satisfactory to the Secretary.
SEC. 56. REND LAKE WATER STORAGE CONTRACT EXTENSION.
  Section 1137 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4252)
  is amended by striking `5 years' and inserting `10 years'.
SEC. 57. DECLARATION OF NONNAVIGABILITY FOR PORTIONS OF LAKE ERIE.
  (a) AREA TO BE DECLARED NONNAVIGABLE; PUBLIC INTEREST- Unless the Secretary
  finds, after consultation with local and regional public officials
  (including local and regional public planning organizations), that the
  proposed projects to be undertaken within the boundaries of Lake Erie
  described in Committee Print 101-48 of the Committee on Public Works and
  Transportation of the House of Representatives, dated July 1990, are not in
  the public interest then, subject to subsections (b) and (c) of this section,
  those portions of Lake Erie, bounded and described in such Committee print,
  are declared to be nonnavigable waters of the United States.
  (b) LIMITS ON APPLICABILITY; REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS- The declaration under
  subsection (a) shall apply only to those parts of the areas described
  in the Committee print referred to in subsection (a) which are or will
  be bulkheaded and filled or otherwise occupied by permanent structures,
  including marina facilities. All such work is subject to all applicable
  Federal statutes and regulations including, but not limited to, sections
  9 and 10 of the Act of March 3, 1899 (30 Stat. 1151; 33 U.S.C. 401 and
  403), commonly known as the Rivers and Harbors Appropriations Act of 1899,
  section 404 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, and the National
  Environmental Policy Act of 1969.
  (c) EXPIRATION DATE- If, 20 years from the date of the enactment of
  this Act, any area or part thereof described in the Committee print
  referred to in subsection (a) is not bulkheaded or filled or occupied
  by permanent structures, including marina facilities, in accordance with
  the requirements set out in subsection (b), or if work in connection with
  any activity permitting in subsection (b) is not commenced within 5 years
  after issuance of such permits, then the declaration of nonnavigability
  for such area or part thereof shall expire.
SEC. 58. WETLANDS ENHANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES.
  Not later than January 20, 1991, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress
  a list which specifically identifies opportunities of enhancing wetlands
  in connection with construction and operation of water resource projects.
SEC. 59.  RADIUM REMOVAL DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM.
  (a) GRANT PROGRAM- The Secretary, in cooperation with State public
  authorities, may assist local governments in demonstrating methods of
  mitigating radium contamination in ground water. Upon application of a
  State public authority, the Secretary may make a grant to the authority
  for such purposes. Assistance provided pursuant to this section shall
  be used for financing the acquisition and installation of ground water
  treatment technologies needed to remove radium from ground water used as
  a source of public drinking water for residents of small communities under
  the jurisdiction of such local governments.
  (b) PURPOSES OF GRANTS- Funds made available through grants under this
  section may only be used by the grant recipient for one or both of the
  following purposes:
  (1) Providing insurance or prepaying interest for local obligations issued by
  a local government to finance the acquisition and installation of treatment
  technologies described in subsection (a).
  (2) Paying for the costs of administration for establishment and operation
  by such authority of a program to provide financing for such acquisition
  and installation.
  (c) DEFINITIONS- For purposes of this section, the following definitions
  apply:
  (1) SMALL COMMUNITY- The term `small community' means a political subdivision
  of a State the population of which does not exceed 20,000 individuals.
  (2) STATE PUBLIC AUTHORITY- The term `State public authority' means an
  agency or instrumentality of a State which is established for the purposes
  of assisting local governments in financing capital improvements on a
  statewide or regional basis.
  (d) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated
  to carry out this section $6,000,000 for fiscal year 1991, $7,000,000 for
  fiscal year 1992, and $7,000,000 for fiscal year 1993.
SEC. 60. STUDIES.
  (a) HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS- The amount which non-Federal interests would
  be required to pay, but for this section, of the costs of the feasibility
  study which the Secretary is conducting for a flood control project for
  Hot Springs, Arkansas, shall be reduced by the same percentage as the
  percentage of the total benefits of such project which are attributable
  to protection of lands owned by the United States.
  (b) LOWER CALLEGUAS CREEK, CALIFORNIA-
  (1) STUDY- The Secretary shall conduct a feasibility study for a flood
  control project on the lower Calleguas Creek, California. A purpose of the
  study shall be to determine the full benefits of increased agricultural
  production which are likely to result from the project.
  (2) REPORT- Not later than December 31, 1991, the Secretary shall transmit
  to Congress a report on the results of the study conducted under this
  subsection.
  (3) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated
  to carry out this subsection $600,000 for fiscal years beginning after
  September 30, 1990.  Such sums shall remain available until expended.
  (c) SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INFRASTRUCTURE RESTORATION-
  (1) STUDY- The Secretary, in consultation with the Director of the Federal
  Emergency Management Agency, shall conduct a feasibility study in the
  Southern California region of the problems and alternative solutions,
  including governmental roles and responsibilities, of restoring such
  region's public works infrastructure (including roads and highways,
  fixed rails, bridges, airports, flood control channels, dams, aqueducts,
  and utility pipes and lines) to full service following earthquakes which
  cause substantial damage to such infrastructure.
  (2) REPORT- Not later than 24 months after the date of the enactment of
  this Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the results
  of the study conducted under this subsection.
  (3) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated
  to carry out this subsection $1,500,000.
  (d) SANTA MONICA BREAKWATER, CALIFORNIA- The Secretary shall complete
  the reconnaissance investigation and feasibility study for the breakwater
  project, Santa Monica, California, not later than July 1, 1992, and shall
  ensure that reestablishment of past charter fishing vessel accommodation
  activities which existed in the area from the 1930's until prior to damage
  of the breakwater structure shall be counted the same as commercial benefits
  for purposes of section 119 of the 1970 River and Harbor Act.
  (e) ATLANTA, GEORGIA-
  (1) STUDY REVIEW- The Secretary, in cooperation with the Administrator of
  the Environmental Protection Agency and the Atlanta Regional Commission,
  shall review the completed study and supporting documentation for the
  Metropolitan Atlanta Area Water Resources Management Study for the purpose
  of providing plans for the improvement of water quality of major streams
  in the Metropolitan Atlanta Region. The scope of the review shall include
  review of the effectiveness of existing treatment facilities and the need
  for additional or improved treatment of municipal and industrial wastewater,
  combined sewer overflows, and other significant point or nonpoint pollution
  sources.
  (2) REPORT- Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the results of
  the review conducted under this subsection.
  (f) THURMAN TO HAMBURG, IOWA- The Secretary shall complete the feasibility
  phase of the study authorized by section 1152 of the Water Resources
  Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4255), including completion of planning
  and specifications, not later than August 1, 1991, and commence construction
  of the project authorized by such section not later than October 1, 1991.
  (g) ROCK CREEK, MARYLAND-
  (1) WATER QUALITY STUDY- The Secretary shall conduct a study of methods
  of improving water quality of Rock Creek, Maryland.
  (2) REPORT- Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the results of
  the study conducted under this subsection.
  (h) SAGINAW BAY, MICHIGAN-
  (1) EXTENSION OF DEADLINE FOR FEASIBILITY REPORT- Section 711 of the Water
  Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4160) is amended by striking
  `1989' and inserting `1992'.
  (2) CONTINUATION OF FEASIBILITY STUDY AUTHORIZATION- For purposes of section
  710 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, the study authorized
  by section 711 of such Act shall be treated as being authorized on the
  date of the enactment of this Act.
  (i) WATER SUPPLY STUDY, MINNESOTA AND NORTH DAKOTA- The Secretary shall
  conduct a study, with the States of Minnesota and North Dakota, to determine
  and recommend alternative plans to augment flows in the Red River of the
  North, Minnesota and North Dakota. Such study shall include methods to
  supplement flows on such river for municipal, industrial, agricultural,
  and fish and wildlife purposes and recognize the need for continued flow
  into Canada. In conducting such study, the Secretary shall coordinate with
  the Bureau of Reclamation on actions being undertaken by the Bureau with
  respect to the Garrison Diversion Unit.
  (j) HIGHFIELD WATER COMPANY, NEW JERSEY-
  (1) STUDY- The Comptroller General shall conduct a study of the facts and
  circumstances concerning the claims of the Highfield Water Company, New
  Jersey, against the United States Army Corps of Engineers for the purpose
  of making recommendations for an appropriate settlement of such claims.
  (2) REPORT- Not later than 6 months after the date of the enactment of
  this Act, the Comptroller General shall transmit to Congress a report on
  the results of the study conducted under this subsection.
  (k) MANASQUAN RIVER, NEW JERSEY-
  (1) STUDY- The Secretary shall conduct a study of the feasibility of
  implementing flood control measures on the Manasquan River to alleviate
  flooding in Freehold, Howell, and other effected townships in New Jersey.
  (2) REPORT- Not later than December 31, 1992, the Secretary shall transmit
  to Congress a report on the results of the study conducted under this
  subsection.
  (l) BUFFALO, NEW YORK-
  (1) REVIEW AND EVALUATION- The Secretary shall conduct a review and
  evaluation of the plan prepared by the city of Buffalo, New York, on
  flooding and associated water quality problems (including those associated
  with combined sewer overflows, sewer backups, and riverside outfalls)
  in the Buffalo, New York, metropolitan area.
  (2) PURPOSES- The purposes of the review and evaluation to be conducted
  under this subsection are to develop recommendations for Federal and
  State participation in solving the problems described in paragraph (1)
  and to identify flood control benefits of implementing the plan.
  (3) REPORT- Not later than 9 months after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress and the mayor of Buffalo,
  New York, a report on the results of the review and evaluation conducted
  under this subsection.
  (m) LAKE ERIE TO OHIO RIVER CANAL, OHIO- The study for the inland
  navigation project, Lake Erie to the Ohio River Canal, Ohio, authorized
  by resolution of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation of the
  House of Representatives, dated October 1, 1986, shall be considered to be
  a water resources study primarily designed for the purposes of navigation
  improvements in the nature of dams, locks, and channels on the Nation's
  system of inland waterways.
  (n) MILL CREEK, TENNESSEE-
  (1) FEASIBILITY STUDY- The Secretary shall study the feasibility of nondam
  options to alleviate flooding along Mill Creek and Seven Mile Creek,
  Tennessee.
  (2) REPORT- Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the results of
  the study conducted under this section, together with a recommended plan
  for alleviating the flooding referred to in paragraph (1).
  (o) NEW MADRID INFRASTRUCTURE RESTORATION-
  (1) STUDY- The Secretary, in consultation with the Director of the
  Federal Emergency Management Agency, shall conduct a feasibility study
  in the region surrounding the New Madrid Fault (including the States of
  Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Indiana, and Illinois)
  of the problems and alternative solutions, including governmental roles and
  responsibilities, of restoring such region's public works infrastructure
  (including roads and highways, fixed rails, bridges, airports, flood control
  channels, dams, aqueducts, and utility pipes and lines) to full service
  following earthquakes which cause substantial damage to such infrastructure.
  (2) REPORT- Not later than 24 months after the date of the enactment of
  this Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the study
  conducted under this subsection.
  (3) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated
  to carry out this subsection $1,500,000.
SEC. 61. LAKE OF THE WOODS, MINNESOTA.
  (a) INVESTIGATION- The Secretary may undertake an investigation of the
  lands bordering on the Lake of the Woods, Minnesota, to determine if
  such lands and improvements thereto in the United States currently meet
  applicable requirements of international agreements concerning regulation
  of the levels of the Lake of the Woods.
  (b) LAND ACQUISITION- In addition, the Secretary may acquire lands and
  provide protective works and measures when necessary to satisfy the
  requirements referred to in subsection (a).
  (c) REPORT- The Secretary shall report to Congress within 1 year after the
  date of the enactment of this Act on the progress made in carrying out this
  section and the need for further legislation to resolve any outstanding
  claims for damages caused by the need for additional protective works and
  measures to satisfy the requirements referred to in subsection (a).
SEC. 62. PROJECT DEAUTHORIZATIONS.
  (a) NOTIFICATION OF MEMBERS OF CONGRESS- Section 1001(b)(2) of the Water
  Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 579a(b)(2)) is amended by
  inserting after the first sentence the following new sentence: `Before
  submission of such list to Congress, the Secretary shall notify each
  Senator in whose State, and each Member of the House of Representatives
  in whose district, a project (including any part thereof) on such list
  would be located.'.
  (b) REPEAL OF OUTDATED DEAUTHORIZATION PROVISION- Section 12 of the Water
  Resources Development Act of 1974 (33 U.S.C. 579) is repealed.
  (c) SPECIFIED PROJECTS- The following projects are not authorized after
  the date of the enactment of this Act, except with respect to any portion
  of such a project which portion has been completed before such date or is
  under construction on such date:
  (1) GREENWICH HARBOR, CONNECTICUT- The following portion of the channel
  at Greenwich Harbor, Connecticut, authorized by the Rivers and Harbors
  Appropriations Act of March 2, 1919 (40 Stat. 1276):
  Beginning at a point on the limit line of the Federal Anchorage Area in
  Greenwich Harbor, such point having coordinates of N66,309.76 E358,059.81
  and running thence northwesterly along the limit line of the Federal
  Anchorage Area N50«0104W, a distance of 621.62 feet to an angle point on
  the existing Federal Anchorage Area Limit Line having coordinates N66,709.18
  E357,583.50; thence continuing along the existing Federal Anchorage Area
  Limit Line N39«5855E a distance of 200.00 feet to an angle point on the
  existing Federal Anchorage Area Limit Line having coordinates N66,862.43
  E357,712.01; thence continuing along the existing Federal Anchorage Area
  Limit Line S50«0104E a distance of 140.00 feet to a point on the existing
  Federal Anchorage Area Limit Line having coordinates N66,772.47 E357,819.28;
  thence running into the existing Federal Anchorage Area S39«5855W a distance
  of 187.66 feet to a point having coordinates N66,628.75 E357,698.76; thence
  running in the existing Federal Anchorage Area S59«1032"E a distance of
  376.47 feet to a point having coordinates N66,435.85 E358,022.05; thence
  running in the existing Federal Anchorage Area S16«4026"E a distance of
  131.62 feet to the point and place of the beginning for a total area of
  47,737 square feet.
  (2) CONNEAUT HARBOR, OHIO- The feature of the navigation project for Conneaut
  Harbor, Ohio, authorized by section 101 of the River and Harbor Act of 1962
  (76 Stat. 1176), which feature is a channel lying easterly of the access
  channel and adjacent to the municipal pier.
  (3) BIG RIVER RESERVOIR, RHODE ISLAND- The water supply project, Big
  River Reservoir, Providence, Rhode Island, authorized by section 601(a)
  of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4144).
SEC. 63. HALF MOON BAY HARBOR.
  (a) DESIGNATION- The harbor commonly known as Half Moon Bay Harbor, located
  in El Granada, California, shall hereafter be known and designated as
  `Pillar Point Harbor'.
  (b) LEGAL REFERENCES- A reference in any law, map, regulation, document,
  record, or other paper of the United States to the harbor referred to in
  subsection (a) shall be deemed to be a reference to `Pillar Point Harbor'.
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