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107th Congress                                                   Report
                        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
 2d Session                                                     107-717

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                WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 2002

                                _______
                                

October 2, 2002.--Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the 
              State of the Union and ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

     Mr. Young of Alaska, from the Committee on Transportation and 
                Infrastructure, submitted the following

                              R E P O R T

                        [To accompany H.R. 5428]

      [Including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office]

  The Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, to whom 
was referred the bill (H.R. 5428) to provide for the 
conservation and development of water and related resources, to 
authorize the Secretary of the Army to construct various 
projects for improvements to rivers and harbors of the United 
States, and for other purposes, having considered the same, 
report favorably thereon with an amendment and recommend that 
the bill as amended do pass.
  The amendment is as follows:
  Strike all after the enacting clause and insert the 
following:

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.

  (a) Short Title.--This Act may be cited as the ``Water Resources 
Development Act of 2002''.
  (b) Table of Contents.--

Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents.
Sec. 2. Definition of Secretary.

                   TITLE I--WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS

Sec. 101. Project authorizations.
Sec. 102. Small projects for flood damage reduction.
Sec. 103. Small projects for emergency streambank protection.
Sec. 104. Small projects for navigation.
Sec. 105. Small projects for improvement of the quality of the 
environment.
Sec. 106. Small projects for aquatic ecosystem restoration.
Sec. 107. Small projects for shoreline protection.

                      TITLE II--GENERAL PROVISIONS

Sec. 201. Annual passes for recreation.
Sec. 202. Non-Federal contributions.
Sec. 203. Harbor cost sharing.
Sec. 204. Funding to process permits.
Sec. 205. National shoreline erosion control development and 
demonstration program.
Sec. 206. Written agreement for water resources projects.
Sec. 207. Assistance for remediation, restoration, and reuse.
Sec. 208. Compilation of laws.
Sec. 209. Dredged material disposal.
Sec. 210. Wetlands mitigation.
Sec. 211. Remote and subsistence harbors.
Sec. 212. Beneficial uses of dredged material.
Sec. 213. Cost sharing provisions for certain areas.
Sec. 214. Revision of project cooperation agreement.
Sec. 215. Cost sharing.
Sec. 216. Credit for work performed before cooperation agreement.
Sec. 217. Recreation user fee revenues.
Sec. 218. Expedited actions for emergency flood damage reduction.
Sec. 219. Watershed and river basin assessments.
Sec. 220. Tribal partnership program.
Sec. 221. Treatment of certain separable elements.

                 TITLE III--PROJECT-RELATED PROVISIONS

Sec. 301. Cook Inlet, Anchorage Harbor, Alaska.
Sec. 302. Galena, Alaska.
Sec. 303. King Cove Harbor, Alaska.
Sec. 304. St. Paul Harbor, Alaska.
Sec. 305. Sitka, Alaska.
Sec. 306. Tatilek, Alaska.
Sec. 307. American and Sacramento Rivers, California.
Sec. 308. Cache Creek Basin, California.
Sec. 309. Grayson Creek/Murderer's Creek, California.
Sec. 310. John F. Baldwin Ship Channel and Stockton Ship Channel, 
California.
Sec. 311. Los Angeles Harbor, Los Angeles, California.
Sec. 312. Larkspur Ferry Channel, Larkspur, California.
Sec. 313. Napa River Salt Marsh Restoration, Napa River, California.
Sec. 314. Pacific Flyway Center, Sacramento, California.
Sec. 315. Pinole Creek, California.
Sec. 316. Prado Dam, California.
Sec. 317. Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel, California.
Sec. 318. Sacramento River, Glenn-Colusa, California.
Sec. 319. San Lorenzo River, California.
Sec. 320. Terminus Dam, Kaweah River, California.
Sec. 321. Upper Guadalupe River, California.
Sec. 322. Walnut Creek Channel, California.
Sec. 323. Wildcat/San Pablo Creek Phase I, California.
Sec. 324. Wildcat/San Pablo Creek Phase II, California.
Sec. 325. Brevard County, Florida.
Sec. 326. Gasparilla and Estero Islands, Florida.
Sec. 327. Lido Key Beach, Sarasota, Florida.
Sec. 328. Manatee Harbor, Florida.
Sec. 329. Rose Bay, Volusia County, Florida.
Sec. 330. Tampa Harbor, Florida.
Sec. 331. Tampa Harbor-Big Bend Channel, Florida.
Sec. 332. Little Wood River, Gooding, Idaho.
Sec. 333. Indiana Harbor, Indiana.
Sec. 334. Little Calumet River, Indiana.
Sec. 335. Little Calumet River Basin (Cady Marsh Ditch), Indiana.
Sec. 336. Long Lake, Indiana.
Sec. 337. White River, Indiana.
Sec. 338. Wolf Lake, Indiana.
Sec. 339. Harlan County, Kentucky.
Sec. 340. Amite River and Tributaries, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge 
Parish Watershed.
Sec. 341. J. Bennett Johnston Waterway, Mississippi River to 
Shreveport, Louisiana.
Sec. 342. Mississippi Delta Region, Louisiana.
Sec. 343. West Bank of the Mississippi River (east of Harvey Canal), 
Louisiana.
Sec. 344. Union River, Maine.
Sec. 345. Cass River, Spaulding Township, Michigan.
Sec. 346. Detroit River Shoreline, Detroit, Michigan.
Sec. 347. Water Resources Institute, Muskegon, Michigan.
Sec. 348. Saginaw River, Bay City, Michigan.
Sec. 349. Ada, Minnesota.
Sec. 350. Duluth Harbor, Mcquade Road, Minnesota.
Sec. 351. Granite Falls, Minnesota.
Sec. 352. Red Lake River, Minnesota.
Sec. 353. Silver Bay, Minnesota.
Sec. 354. Taconite Harbor, Minnesota.
Sec. 355. Two Harbors, Minnesota.
Sec. 356. Bois Brule Drainage and Levee District, Missouri.
Sec. 357. Turkey Creek basin, Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas City, 
Kansas.
Sec. 358. Orchard Beach, Bronx, New York.
Sec. 359. Times Beach, Buffalo, New York.
Sec. 360. Port of New York and New Jersey, New York and New Jersey.
Sec. 361. New York State Canal System.
Sec. 362. Ashtabula River, Ohio.
Sec. 363. Willamette River Temperature Control, Mckenzie Subbasin, 
Oregon.
Sec. 364. Lackawanna River at Olyphant, Pennsylvania.
Sec. 365. Lackawanna River at Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Sec. 366. Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania.
Sec. 367. Sheraden Park Stream and Chartiers Creek, Allegheny County, 
Pennsylvania.
Sec. 368. Solomon's Creek, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
Sec. 369. South Central Pennsylvania.
Sec. 370. Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania.
Sec. 371. Little Limestone Creek, Jonesborough, Tennessee.
Sec. 372. Bowie County Levee, Texas.
Sec. 373. Lower Rio Grande Basin, Texas.
Sec. 374. North Padre Island, Corpus Christi Bay, Texas.
Sec. 375. San Antonio Channel, San Antonio, Texas.
Sec. 376. Elizabeth River, Chesapeake, Virginia.
Sec. 377. Great Bridge, Chesapeake, Virginia.
Sec. 378. Roanoke River Upper Basin, Virginia.
Sec. 379. Blair and Sitcum Waterways, Tacoma Harbor, Washington.
Sec. 380. Greenbrier River Basin, West Virginia.
Sec. 381. Manitowoc Harbor, Wisconsin.
Sec. 382. Continuation of project authorizations.
Sec. 383. Project reauthorization.
Sec. 384. Project deauthorizations.
Sec. 385. Land conveyances.
Sec. 386. Extinguishment of reversionary interests and use 
restrictions.

                           TITLE IV--STUDIES

Sec. 401. Great Lakes navigation system.
Sec. 402. John Glenn Great Lakes basin program.
Sec. 403. St. George Harbor, Alaska.
Sec. 404. Upper Mississippi River and Illinois Waterway, Illinois, 
Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin.
Sec. 405. Hamilton, California.
Sec. 406. Oceanside, California.
Sec. 407. Sacramento River, California.
Sec. 408. San Francisco Bay, Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California.
Sec. 409. Tybee Island, Georgia.
Sec. 410. Calumet Harbor, Illinois.
Sec. 411. Paducah, Kentucky.
Sec. 412. West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana.
Sec. 413. City of Mackinac Island, Michigan.
Sec. 414. Chicago, Illinois.
Sec. 415. Mississippi River, Missouri and Illinois.
Sec. 416. Arthur Kill Channel and Morses Creek to Perth Amboy, New 
Jersey.
Sec. 417. Pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico.
Sec. 418. Hudson-Raritan Estuary, New York and New Jersey.
Sec. 419. Lake Carl Blackwell, Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Sec. 420. Sac and Fox Nation, Oklahoma.
Sec. 421. Sutherlin, Oregon
Sec. 422. Ecosystem restoration and fish passage improvements, Oregon.
Sec. 423. Northeastern Pennsylvania aquatic ecosystem restoration and 
protection.
Sec. 424. Brownsville Ship Channel, Texas.
Sec. 425. Sabine Pass to Galveston Bay, Texas.
Sec. 426. Chehalis River Basin, Washington.
Sec. 427. Sprague, Lincoln County, Washington.
Sec. 428. Monongahela River basin, northern West Virginia.
Sec. 429. Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.

                   TITLE V--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Sec. 501. Maintenance of navigation channels.
Sec. 502. Watershed management.
Sec. 503. Dam safety.
Sec. 504. Structural integrity evaluations.
Sec. 505. Flood mitigation priority areas.
Sec. 506. Additional assistance for authorized projects.
Sec. 507. Expedited completion of reports and construction for certain 
projects.
Sec. 508. Expedited completion of reports for certain projects.
Sec. 509. Southeastern water resources assessment.
Sec. 510. Upper Mississippi River environmental management program.
Sec. 511. Missouri and Middle Mississippi Rivers enhancement project.
Sec. 512. Membership of Missouri River Trust.
Sec. 513. Watershed management, restoration, and development.
Sec. 514. Great Lakes fishery and ecosystem restoration.
Sec. 515. Susquehanna, Delaware, and Potomac River basins.
Sec. 516. Chesapeake Bay environmental restoration and protection 
program.
Sec. 517. Montgomery, Alabama.
Sec. 518. Alaska.
Sec. 519. Akutan Small Boat Harbor, Alaska.
Sec. 520. Lowell Creek Tunnel, Seward, Alaska.
Sec. 521. St. Herman Harbor, Kodiak, Alaska.
Sec. 522. Augusta and Clarendon, Arkansas.
Sec. 523. Loomis Landing, Arkansas.
Sec. 524. St. Francis River basin, Arkansas and Missouri.
Sec. 525. Cambria, California.
Sec. 526. East San Joaquin County, California.
Sec. 527. Harbor/South Bay, California.
Sec. 528. Sacramento Area, California.
Sec. 529. San Francisco, California.
Sec. 530. San Francisco, California, waterfront area.
Sec. 531. Stockton, California.
Sec. 532. Everglades restoration, Florida.
Sec. 533. Mayo's Bar Lock and Dam, Coosa River, Rome, Georgia.
Sec. 534. Riley Creek recreation area, Idaho.
Sec. 535. Grand Tower drainage and levees, Grand Tower Township, 
Illinois.
Sec. 536. Kaskaskia River basin, Illinois, restoration.
Sec. 537. Natalie Creek, Midlothian and Oak Forest, Illinois.
Sec. 538. Illinois River basin restoration.
Sec. 539. Calumet region, Indiana.
Sec. 540. Rathbun Lake, Iowa.
Sec. 541. Mayfield Creek and tributaries, Kentucky.
Sec. 542. Southern and Eastern Kentucky.
Sec. 543. Coastal Louisiana ecosystem protection and restoration.
Sec. 544. Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Sec. 545. West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.
Sec. 546. Chesapeake Bay shoreline, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, 
and Delaware.
Sec. 547. Delmarva conservation corridor, Maryland.
Sec. 548. Detroit River, Michigan.
Sec. 549. Oakland County, Michigan.
Sec. 550. St. Clair River and Lake St. Clair, Michigan.
Sec. 551. Garrison and Kathio Township, Minnesota.
Sec. 552. Northeastern Minnesota.
Sec. 553. St. Louis, Missouri.
Sec. 554. Rural Nevada.
Sec. 555. Hackensack Meadowlands area, New Jersey.
Sec. 556. Atlantic Coast of New York.
Sec. 557. College Point, New York City, New York.
Sec. 558. Flushing Bay and Creek, New York City, New York.
Sec. 559. Little Neck Bay, Village of Kings Point, New York.
Sec. 560. Stanley County, North Carolina.
Sec. 561. Piedmont Lake Dam, Ohio.
Sec. 562. Waurika Lake, Oklahoma.
Sec. 563. Columbia River, Oregon.
Sec. 564. Eugene, Oregon.
Sec. 565. John Day Lock and Dam, Lake Umatilla, Oregon and Washington.
Sec. 566. Lowell, Oregon.
Sec. 567. Hagerman's Run, Williamsport, Pennyslvania.
Sec. 568. Northeast Pennsylvania.
Sec. 569. Susquehannock Campground access road, Raystown Lake, 
Pennsylvania.
Sec. 570. Upper Susquehanna River basin, Pennsylvania and New York.
Sec. 571. Washington, Greene, Westmoreland, and Fayette Counties, 
Pennsylvania.
Sec. 572. Cano Martin Pena, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Sec. 573. Lakes Marion and Moultrie, South Carolina.
Sec. 574. Upper Big Sioux River, Watertown, South Dakota.
Sec. 575. Fritz Landing, Tennessee.
Sec. 576. Memphis, Tennessee.
Sec. 577. Town Creek, Lenoir City, Tennessee.
Sec. 578. Tennessee River partnership.
Sec. 579. Clear Creek and tributaries, Harris and Galveston Counties, 
Texas.
Sec. 580. Halls Bayou, Texas.
Sec. 581. Harris Gully, Harris County, Texas.
Sec. 582. Onion Creek, Texas.
Sec. 583. Pelican Island, Texas.
Sec. 584. Riverside Oxbow, Fort Worth, Texas.
Sec. 585. Richmond National Battlefield Park, Richmond, Virginia.
Sec. 586. Baker Bay and Ilwaco Harbor, Washington.
Sec. 587. Chehalis River, Centralia, Washington.
Sec. 588. Hamilton Island campground, Washington.
Sec. 589. Puget Island, Washington.
Sec. 590. West Virginia and Pennsylvania flood control.
Sec. 591. Lower Kanawha River Basin, West Virginia.
Sec. 592. Central West Virginia.
Sec. 593. Southern West Virginia.
Sec. 594. Additional assistance for critical projects.

SEC. 2. DEFINITION OF SECRETARY.

  In this Act, the term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary of the Army.

                   TITLE I--WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS

SEC. 101. PROJECT AUTHORIZATIONS.

  Except as otherwise provided in this section, 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, described in 
the respective reports designated in this section:
          (1) Pine flat dam and reservoir, california.--The project for 
        environmental restoration, Pine Flat Dam and Reservoir, Fresno 
        County, California: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated 
        July 19, 2002, at a total cost of $37,100,000, with an 
        estimated Federal cost of $24,116,000 and an estimated non-
        Federal cost of $12,984,000.
          (2) Morganza to the gulf of mexico, louisiana.--
                  (A) In general.--The project for hurricane and storm 
                damage reduction, Morganza to the Gulf of Mexico, 
                Louisiana: Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated 
                August 23, 2002, at a total cost of $680,00,000, with 
                an estimated Federal cost of $442,000,000 and an 
                estimated non-Federal cost of $238,000,000.
                  (B) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit toward the 
                non-Federal share of the cost of the project the cost 
                of work carried out by the non-Federal interest for 
                interim flood protection after March 31, 1989, if the 
                Secretary determines that the work is integral to the 
                project.
          (3) Smith island, maryland.--The project for environmental 
        restoration and protection, Smith Island, Maryland: Report of 
        the Chief of Engineers, dated October 29, 2001, at a total cost 
        of $7,442,000, with an estimated Federal cost of $4,838,000 and 
        an estimated non-Federal cost of $2,604,000.
          (4) Chickamauga lock and dam, tennessee.--The project for 
        inland navigation, Chickamauga Lock and Dam, Tennessee: Report 
        of the Chief of Engineers, dated May 30, 2002; except that the 
        Secretary shall construct the project in accordance with the 
        plan that includes a 110-foot by 600-foot replacement lock at a 
        total cost of $267,167,000. The costs of such construction 
        shall be paid \1/2\ from amounts appropriated from the general 
        fund of the Treasury and \1/2\ from amounts appropriated from 
        the Inland Waterways Trust Fund.

SEC. 102. SMALL PROJECTS FOR FLOOD DAMAGE REDUCTION.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary shall conduct a study for each of the 
following projects and, if the Secretary determines that a project is 
feasible, may carry out the project under section 205 of the Flood 
Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s):
          (1) Cache river basin, grubbs, arkansas.--Project for flood 
        damage reduction, Cache River basin, Grubbs, Arkansas.
          (2) Santa ana river basin and orange county streams, 
        california.--Project for flood damage reduction, Santa Ana 
        River basin and Orange County streams, California.
          (3) Nashua river, fitchburg, massachusetts.--Project for 
        flood damage reduction, Nashua River, Fitchburg, Massachusetts.
          (4) Saginaw river, hamilton dam, flint, michigan.--Project 
        for flood damage reduction, Saginaw River, Hamilton Dam, Flint, 
        Michigan.
          (5) South branch of the wild rice river, borup, minnesota.--
        Project for flood damage reduction, South Branch of the Wild 
        Rice River, Borup, Minnesota
          (6) Blacksnake creek, st. joseph, missouri.--Project for 
        flood damage reduction, Blacksnake Creek, St. Joseph, Missouri.
          (7) James river, greene county, missouri.--Project for flood 
        damage reduction, James River, Greene County, Missouri.
          (8) McKeel brook, new jersey.--Project for flood damage 
        reduction, McKeel Brook, New Jersey.
          (9) East river, silver beach, new york city, new york.--
        Project for flood damage reduction, East River, Silver Beach, 
        New York City, New York.
          (10) Little mill creek, southampton, pennsylvania.--Project 
        for flood damage reduction, Little Mill Creek, Southampton, 
        Pennsylvania.
          (11) Little neshaminy creek, warrenton, pennsylvania.--
        Project for flood damage reduction, Little Neshaminy Creek, 
        Warrenton, Pennsylvania.
          (12) Surfside beach, south carolina.--Project for flood 
        damage reduction, Surfside Beach and vicinity, South Carolina.
  (b) Special Rules.--In carrying out the project for flood damage 
reduction, South Branch of the Wild Rice River, Borup, Minnesota, 
referred to in subsection (a)(4) the Secretary may consider national 
ecosystem restoration benefits in determining the Federal interest in 
the project and shall allow the non-Federal interest to participate in 
the financing of the project in accordance with section 903(c) of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4184) to the extent 
that the Secretary's evaluation indicates that applying such section is 
necessary to implement the project.

SEC. 103. SMALL PROJECTS FOR EMERGENCY STREAMBANK PROTECTION.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study for the following project and, if 
the Secretary determines that the project is feasible, may carry out 
the project under section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946 (33 
U.S.C. 701r):
          (1) Middle fork grand river, gentry county, missouri.--
        Project for emergency streambank protection, Middle Fork Grand 
        River, Gentry County, Missouri.

SEC. 104. SMALL PROJECTS FOR NAVIGATION.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study for each of the following 
projects and, if the Secretary determines that a project is feasible, 
may carry out the project under section 107 of the River and Harbor Act 
of 1960 (33 U.S.C. 577):
          (1) Blytheville county harbor, arkansas.--Project for 
        navigation, Blytheville County Harbor, Arkansas.
          (2) Evanston, illinois.--Project for navigation, Evanston, 
        Illinois.
          (3) Niagara frontier transportation authority boat harbor, 
        buffalo, new york.--Project for navigation, Niagara Frontier 
        Transportation Authority Boat Harbor, Buffalo, New York.
          (4) Woodlawn marina, lackawanna, new york.--Project for 
        navigation, Woodlawn Marina, Lackawanna, New York.

SEC. 105. SMALL PROJECTS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF THE QUALITY OF THE 
                    ENVIRONMENT.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study for the following project and, if 
the Secretary determines that the project is appropriate, may carry out 
the project under section 1135 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 2309a):
          (1) Smithville lake, missouri.--Project for improvement of 
        the quality of the environment, Smithville Lake, Missouri.

SEC. 106. SMALL PROJECTS FOR AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study for each of the following 
projects and, if the Secretary determines that a project is 
appropriate, may carry out the project under section 206 of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1996 (33 U.S.C. 2330):
          (1) Colorado river, yuma, arizona.--Project for aquatic 
        ecosystem restoration, Colorado River, Yuma, Arizona.
          (2) Chino valley, california.--Project for aquatic ecosystem 
        restoration, Chino Valley, California.
          (3) Stockton deep water ship channel and lower san joaquin 
        river, california.--Project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, 
        Stockton Deep Water Ship Channel and lower San Joaquin River, 
        California.
          (4) Sweetwater reservoir, san diego county, california.--
        Project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, Sweetwater 
        Reservoir, San Diego County, California, including efforts to 
        address aquatic invasive plant species.
          (5) Biscayne bay, florida.--Project for aquatic ecosystem 
        restoration, Biscayne Bay, Key Biscayne, Florida.
          (6) Chattahoochee river, columbus, georgia, and phenix city, 
        alabama.--Project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, City Mills 
        Dam and Eagle and Phenix Dam, Chattahoochee River, Columbus, 
        Georgia, and Phenix City, Alabama.
          (7) Chattahoochee river and ocmulgee river basins, georgia.--
        Project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, Chattahoochee River 
        and Ocmulgee River basins, Gwinnett County, Georgia.
          (8) Snake river, jerome, idaho.--Project for aquatic 
        ecosystem restoration, Snake River, Jerome, Idaho.

SEC. 107. SMALL PROJECTS FOR SHORELINE PROTECTION.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study for the following project and, if 
the Secretary determines that the project is feasible, may carry out 
the project under section 3 of the Act entitled ``An Act authorizing 
Federal participation in the cost of protecting the shores of publicly 
owned property'', approved August 13, 1946 (33 U.S.C. 426g):
          (1) Nelson lagoon, alaska.--Project for shoreline protection, 
        Nelson Lagoon, Alaska.

                      TITLE II--GENERAL PROVISIONS

SEC. 201. ANNUAL PASSES FOR RECREATION.

  Section 208(c)(4) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (16 
U.S.C. 460d-3 note; 110 Stat. 3681; 113 Stat. 294) is amended by 
striking ``the December 31, 2003'' and inserting ``December 31, 2004''.

SEC. 202. NON-FEDERAL CONTRIBUTIONS.

  Section 103 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 
2213) is amended by adding at the end the following:
  ``(n) Non-Federal Contributions.--
          ``(1) Prohibition on solicitation of excess contributions.--
        The Secretary may not solicit contributions from non-Federal 
        interests for costs of constructing authorized water resources 
        development projects or measures in excess of the non-Federal 
        share assigned to the appropriate project purposes listed in 
        subsections (a), (b), and (c) or condition Federal 
        participation in such projects or measures on the receipt of 
        such contributions.
          ``(2) Limitation on statutory construction.--Nothing in this 
        subsection shall be construed to affect the Secretary's 
        authority under section 903(c) of this Act.''.

SEC. 203. HARBOR COST SHARING.

  (a) Payments During Construction.--Section 101(a)(1) of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 2211(a)(1); 100 Stat. 
4082) is amended in each of subparagraphs (B) and (C) by striking ``45 
feet'' and inserting ``53 feet''.
  (b) Operation and Maintenance.--Section 101(b)(1) of such Act (33 
U.S.C. 2211(b)(1)) is amended by striking ``45 feet'' and inserting 
``53 feet''.
  (c) Definitions.--Section 214 of such Act (33 U.S.C. 2241; 100 Stat. 
4108) is amended in each of paragraphs (1) and (3) by striking ``45 
feet'' and inserting ``53 feet''.
  (d) Applicability.--The amendments made by subsections (a), (b), and 
(c) shall apply only to a project, or separable element of a project, 
on which a contract for physical construction has not been awarded 
before the date of enactment of this Act.

SEC. 204. FUNDING TO PROCESS PERMITS.

  Section 214 of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 (33 U.S.C. 
2201 note; 114 Stat. 2594) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a) by striking ``2003'' and inserting 
        ``2005''; and
          (2) by adding at the end of subsection (b) the following: 
        ``The acceptance and expenditure of funds under subsection (a) 
        shall not affect the order in which permits are considered or 
        approved by the Secretary.''.

SEC. 205. NATIONAL SHORELINE EROSION CONTROL DEVELOPMENT AND 
                    DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM.

  (a) Extension of Program.--Section 5(a) of the Act entitled ``An Act 
authorizing Federal participation in the cost of protecting the shores 
of publicly owned property'', approved August 13, 1946 (33 U.S.C. 
426h(a)), is amended by striking ``6 years'' and inserting ``10 
years''.
  (b) Extension of Planning, Design, and Construction Phase.--Section 
5(b)(1)(A) of such Act (33 U.S.C. 426h(b)(1)(A)) is amended by striking 
``3 years'' and inserting ``6 years''.
  (c) Cost-Sharing; Removal of Projects.--Section 5(b) of such Act (33 
U.S.C. 426h(b)) is amended--
          (1) by redesignating paragraphs (3) and (4) as paragraphs (5) 
        and (6), respectively; and
          (2) by inserting after paragraph (2) the following:
          ``(3) Cost sharing.--The Secretary may enter into a cost-
        sharing agreement with a non-Federal interest to carry out a 
        project, or a phase of a project, under the erosion control 
        program in cooperation with the non-Federal interest.
          ``(4) Removal of projects.--The Secretary may pay all or a 
        portion of the costs of removing a project, or an element of a 
        project, constructed under the erosion control program if the 
        Secretary determines during the term of the program that the 
        project or element is detrimental to the environment, private 
        property, or public safety.''.
  (d) Authorization of Appropriations.--Section 5(e)(2) of such Act (33 
U.S.C. 426h(e)(2)) is amended by striking ``$21,000,000'' and inserting 
``$31,000,000''.

SEC. 206. WRITTEN AGREEMENT FOR WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS.

  (a) Liquidated Damages.--Section 221(a) of the Flood Control Act of 
1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b(a)) is amended by inserting after ``$25,000.'' 
the following: ``Such agreement may include a provision for liquidated 
damages in the event of a failure of one or more parties to perform.''.
  (b) Local Cooperation.--Section 912(b) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1986 (101 Stat. 4190) is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (2)--
                  (A) by striking ``shall'' the first place it appears 
                and inserting ``may''; and
                  (B) by striking the last sentence; and
          (2) in paragraph (4)--
                  (A) by inserting after ``injunction, for'' the 
                following: ``payment of liquidated damages or, for'';
                  (B) by striking ``to collect a civil penalty imposed 
                under this section,''; and
                  (C) by striking ``any civil penalty imposed under 
                this section,'' and inserting ``any liquidated 
                damages,''.

SEC. 207. ASSISTANCE FOR REMEDIATION, RESTORATION, AND REUSE.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary may provide to State and local 
governments assessment, planning, and design assistance for 
remediation, environmental restoration, or reuse of areas located 
within the boundaries of such State or local governments where such 
remediation, environmental restoration, or reuse will contribute to the 
improvement of water quality or the conservation of water and related 
resources of drainage basins and watersheds within the United States.
  (b) Non-Federal Share.--The non-Federal share of the cost of 
assistance provided under subsection (a) shall be 50 percent.
  (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section $30,000,000 for each of fiscal 
years 2003 through 2007.

SEC. 208. COMPILATION OF LAWS.

  Within one year after the date of enactment of this Act, the laws of 
the United States relating to the improvement of rivers and harbors, 
flood control, beach erosion, and other water resources development 
enacted after November 8, 1966, and before January 1, 2003, shall be 
compiled under the direction of the Secretary and the Chief of 
Engineers and printed for the use of the Department of the Army, 
Congress, and the general public. The Secretary shall reprint the 
volumes containing such laws enacted before November 8, 1966. In 
addition, the Secretary shall include an index in each volume so 
compiled or reprinted. Not later than December 1, 2003, the Secretary 
shall transmit at least 25 copies of each such volume to the Committee 
on Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of Representatives 
and the Committee on Environment and Public Works of the Senate.

SEC. 209. DREDGED MATERIAL DISPOSAL.

  Section 217 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (33 U.S.C. 
2326a; 110 Stat. 3694-3696) is amended--
          (1) by redesignating subsection (c) as subsection (d);
          (2) by inserting after subsection (b) the following:
  ``(c) Governmental Partnerships.--
          ``(1) In general.--The Secretary may enter into cost-sharing 
        agreements with 1 or more non-Federal public interests with 
        respect to a project, or group of projects within a geographic 
        region if appropriate, for the acquisition, design, 
        construction, management, or operation of a dredged material 
        processing, treatment, or disposal facility (including any 
        facility used to demonstrate potential beneficial uses of 
        dredged material) using funds provided in whole or in part by 
        the Federal Government. One or more of the parties of the 
        agreement may perform the acquisition, design, construction, 
        management, or operation of a dredged material processing, 
        treatment, or disposal facility. If appropriate, the Secretary 
        may combine portions of separate construction or maintenance 
        appropriations from separate Federal projects with the 
        appropriate combined cost-sharing between the various projects 
        when the facility serves to manage dredged material from 
        multiple Federal projects located in the geographic region of 
        the facility.
          ``(2) Public financing.--
                  ``(A) Agreements.--The agreement used shall clearly 
                specify the Federal funding sources and combined cost-
                sharing when applicable to multiple Federal navigation 
                projects and the responsibilities and risks of each of 
                the parties related to present and future dredged 
                material managed by the facility.
                  ``(B) Credit.--Nothing in this subsection supersedes 
                or modifies existing agreements between the Federal 
                Government and any non-Federal sponsors for the cost-
                sharing, construction, and operation and maintenance of 
                Federal navigation projects. Subject to the approval of 
                the Secretary and in accordance with existing laws, 
                regulations, and policies, a non-Federal public sponsor 
                of a Federal navigation project may seek credit for 
                funds provided in the acquisition, design, 
                construction, management, or operation of a dredged 
                material processing, treatment, or disposal facility to 
                the extent the facility is used to manage dredged 
                material from the Federal navigation project. The non-
                Federal sponsor shall be responsible for providing all 
                necessary lands, easements, rights-of-way, or 
                relocations associated with the facility and shall 
                receive credit for these items.''; and
          (3) in each of subsections (d)(1) and (d)(2)(A), as so 
        redesignated, by inserting ``processing, treatment, or'' after 
        ``dredged material'' the first place it appears.

SEC. 210. WETLANDS MITIGATION.

  In carrying out a water resources project that involves wetlands 
mitigation and that has impacts that occur within the service area of a 
mitigation bank, the Secretary, to the maximum extent practicable and 
where appropriate, shall give preference to the use of the mitigation 
bank if the bank contains sufficient available credits to offset the 
impact and the bank is approved in accordance with the Federal Guidance 
for the Establishment, Use and Operation of Mitigation Banks (60 Fed. 
Reg. 58605) or other applicable Federal law (including regulations).

SEC. 211. REMOTE AND SUBSISTENCE HARBORS.

  (a) In General.--In conducting a study of harbor and navigation 
improvements, the Secretary may recommend a project without the need to 
demonstrate that the project is justified solely by national economic 
development benefits if the Secretary determines that--
          (1)(A) the community to be served by the project is at least 
        70 miles from the nearest surface accessible commercial port 
        and has no direct rail or highway link to another community 
        served by a surface accessible port or harbor; or
          (B) the project would be located in the Commonwealth of 
        Puerto Rico, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana 
        Islands, or American Samoa;
          (2) the harbor is economically critical such that over 80 
        percent of the goods transported through the harbor would be 
        consumed within the community served by the harbor and 
        navigation improvement; and
          (3) the long-term viability of the community would be 
        threatened without the harbor and navigation improvement.
  (b) Justification.--In considering whether to recommend a project 
under subsection (a), the Secretary shall consider the benefits of the 
project to--
          (1) public health and safety of the local community, 
        including access to facilities designed to protect public 
        health and safety;
          (2) access to natural resources for subsistence purposes;
          (3) local and regional economic opportunities;
          (4) welfare of the local population; and
          (5) social and cultural value to the community.

SEC. 212. BENEFICIAL USES OF DREDGED MATERIAL.

  (a) In General.--Section 204 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1992 (33 U.S.C. 2326) is amended by striking subsections (c) through 
(g) and inserting the following:
  ``(c) In General.--The Secretary may carry out projects to transport 
and place suitable material dredged in connection with the 
construction, operation, or maintenance of an authorized navigation 
project at locations selected by a non-Federal public entity for use in 
the construction, repair, or rehabilitation of public projects 
associated with navigation, flood damage reduction, hydroelectric 
power, municipal and industrial water supply, agricultural water 
supply, recreation, hurricane and storm damage reduction, aquatic plant 
control, and environmental protection and restoration.
  ``(d) Cooperative Agreement.--Any project undertaken pursuant to this 
section shall be initiated only after non-Federal interests have 
entered into an agreement with the Secretary in which the non-Federal 
interests agree to pay the non-Federal share of the cost of 
construction of the project and 100 percent of the cost of operation, 
maintenance, replacement, and rehabilitation of the project in 
accordance with section 103 of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1986 (33 U.S.C. 2213).
  ``(e) Determination of Construction Costs.--Costs associated with 
construction of a project under this section shall be limited solely to 
construction costs that are in excess of those costs necessary to carry 
out the dredging for construction, operation, or maintenance of the 
authorized navigation project in the most cost effective way, 
consistent with economic, engineering, and environmental criteria.
  ``(f) Nonprofit Entities.--Notwithstanding section 221 of the Flood 
Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b), for any project carried out 
under this section, a non-Federal interest may include a nonprofit 
entity, with the consent of the affected local government.
  ``(g) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated $30,000,000 annually for projects under this section. Such 
sums shall remain available until expended.
  ``(h) Regional Sediment Management Planning.--In consultation with 
appropriate State and Federal agencies, the Secretary may develop, at 
Federal expense, plans for regional management of material dredged in 
conjunction with the construction, operation, or maintenance of 
navigation projects, including potential beneficial uses of dredged 
material for construction, repair, or rehabilitation of public projects 
for navigation, flood damage reduction, hydroelectric power, municipal 
and industrial water supply, agricultural water supply, recreation, 
hurricane and storm damage reduction, aquatic plant control, and 
environmental protection and restoration.''.
  (b) Repeal.--
          (1) In general.--Section 145 of the Water Resources 
        Development Act of 1976 (33 U.S.C. 426j) is repealed.
          (2) Hold harmless.--The repeal made by paragraph (1) shall 
        not affect the authority of the Secretary to complete any 
        project being carried out under such section 145 on the day 
        before the date of enactment of this Act.
  (c) Priority Areas.--In carrying out section 204 of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1992 (33 U.S.C 2326), the Secretary shall 
give priority to a project in the vicinity of Morehead City, North 
Carolina.

SEC. 213. COST SHARING PROVISIONS FOR CERTAIN AREAS.

  Section 1156 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 
U.S.C. 2310; 100 Stat. 4256) is amended to read as follows:

``SEC. 1156. COST SHARING PROVISIONS FOR CERTAIN AREAS.

  ``The Secretary shall waive local cost-sharing requirements up to 
$500,000 for all studies and projects in the Commonwealth of Puerto 
Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana 
Islands, and the United States Virgin Islands, in Indian country (as 
defined in section 1151 of title 18, United States Code, and including 
lands that are within the jurisdictional area of an Oklahoma Indian 
tribe, as determined by the Secretary of the Interior, and are 
recognized by the Secretary of the Interior as eligible for trust land 
status under part 151 of title 25, Code of Federal Regulations) or on 
land in the State of Alaska conveyed to an Alaska Native Village 
Corporation under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (43 U.S.C. 
1601 et seq.).''.

SEC. 214. REVISION OF PROJECT COOPERATION AGREEMENT.

  Upon authorization by law of an increase in the maximum amount of 
Federal funds that may be allocated for a project or an increase in the 
total cost of a project authorized to be carried out by the Secretary, 
the Secretary shall revise the project cooperation agreement for the 
project to take into account the change in Federal participation in the 
project.

SEC. 215. COST SHARING.

  An increase in the maximum amount of Federal funds that may be 
allocated for a project or an increase in the total cost of a project 
authorized to be carried out by the Secretary shall not affect any cost 
sharing requirement applicable to the project under title I of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 2211 et seq.).

SEC. 216. CREDIT FOR WORK PERFORMED BEFORE COOPERATION AGREEMENT.

  If the Secretary is authorized to credit toward the non-Federal share 
the cost of work carried out by the non-Federal interest before the 
date of the cooperation agreement for the project and such work has not 
been carried out as of the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary 
shall enter into an agreement with the non-Federal interest for the 
project under which the non-Federal interest shall carry out such work, 
and the credit shall apply only to work carried out under the agreement 
entered into under this section.

SEC. 217. RECREATION USER FEE REVENUES.

  Section 225 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
297-298) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a)(1) by striking ``During fiscal years 
        1999 through 2002, the'' and inserting ``The''; and
          (2) in subsection (a)(3) by striking ``September 30, 2005'' 
        and inserting ``expended''.

SEC. 218. EXPEDITED ACTIONS FOR EMERGENCY FLOOD DAMAGE REDUCTION.

  The Secretary shall expedite any authorized planning, design, and 
construction of any project for flood damage reduction for an area 
that, within the preceding 5 years, has been subject to flooding that 
resulted in the loss of life and caused damage of sufficient severity 
and magnitude to warrant a declaration of a major disaster by the 
President under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster and Emergency Relief 
Act (42 U.S.C. 5121 et seq.).

SEC. 219. WATERSHED AND RIVER BASIN ASSESSMENTS.

  (a) In General.--Section 729(f)(1) of the Water Resources Development 
Act of 1986 (114 Stat. 2588; 100 Stat. 4164) is amended to read as 
follows:
          ``(1) Non-federal share.--The non-Federal share of the costs 
        of an assessment carried out under this section on or after 
        December 11, 2000, shall be 25 percent.''.
  (b) Revision of Cooperation Agreement.--The Secretary shall revise 
the cooperation agreement for any assessment being carried out under 
such section 729 to take into account the change in non-Federal 
participation in the assessment as a result of the amendment made by 
subsection (a).

SEC. 220. TRIBAL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM.

  Section 203(b)(1)(B) of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 
(33 U.S.C. 2269(b)(1)(B); 114 Stat. 2589) is amended by inserting after 
``Code'' the following ``, and including lands that are within the 
jurisdictional area of an Oklahoma Indian tribe, as determined by the 
Secretary of the Interior, and are recognized by the Secretary of the 
Interior as eligible for trust land status under part 151 of title 25, 
Code of Federal Regulations''.

SEC. 221. TREATMENT OF CERTAIN SEPARABLE ELEMENTS.

  (a) In General.--If, in carrying out a water resources project, the 
Secretary identifies a separable element that would advance a primary 
mission of the Corps of Engineers, with benefits that could be achieved 
more cost-effectively if carried out in conjunction with the project, 
the Secretary, in consultation with the non-Federal interest, may carry 
out such separable element at Federal expense not to exceed 3 percent 
of the Federal project cost or $1,000,000, whichever is less.
  (b) Operation and Maintenance.--Operation and maintenance of work 
carried out under this section shall be a non-Federal responsibility.

                 TITLE III--PROJECT-RELATED PROVISIONS

SEC. 301. COOK INLET, ANCHORAGE HARBOR, ALASKA.

  The project for navigation improvements, Cook Inlet, Alaska 
(Anchorage Harbor, Alaska), authorized by section 101 of the River and 
Harbor Act of 1958 (72 Stat. 299) and modified by section 199 of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 1976 (90 Stat. 2944), is further 
modified to authorize the Secretary to establish a harbor depth of 45 
feet for a length of 5,000 feet at the Port of Anchorage marine 
facility, at a total cost of $14,500,000. Federal maintenance shall be 
in accordance with such section 101; except that the project shall be 
maintained at a depth of 45 feet for such 5,000 feet.

SEC. 302. GALENA, ALASKA.

  The project for emergency bank stabilization, Galena, Alaska, 
authorized by title I of the Energy and Water Development 
Appropriations Act, 2001 (114 Stat. 1441A-61), is modified to direct 
the Secretary to construct the project, at a total cost of $6,000,000.

SEC. 303. KING COVE HARBOR, ALASKA.

  The maximum amount of Federal funds that may be expended for the 
project for navigation, King Cove Harbor, Alaska, being carried out 
under section 107 of the River Harbor Act of 1960 (33 U.S.C. 577), 
shall be $8,000,000.

SEC. 304. ST. PAUL HARBOR, ALASKA.

  (a) In General.--The project for navigation, St. Paul Harbor, Alaska, 
authorized by section 101(b)(3) of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1996 (110 Stat. 3667) and modified by section 303 of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 298-299), is further 
modified to direct the Secretary to construct the project, at a total 
cost of $65,000,000.
  (b) Limitation on Non-Federal Share.--The non-Federal share for the 
project shall not exceed $14,400,000.

SEC. 305. SITKA, ALASKA.

  The Thompson Harbor, Sitka, Alaska, element of the project for 
navigation Southeast Alaska Harbors of Refuge, Alaska, authorized by 
section 101 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 (106 Stat. 
4801), is modified to direct the Secretary to take such action as may 
be necessary to correct design deficiencies in such element, at a 
Federal expense of $6,300,000.

SEC. 306. TATILEK, ALASKA.

  The maximum amount of Federal funds that may be expended for the 
project for navigation, Tatilek, Alaska, being carried out under 
section 107 of the River and Harbor Act of 1960 (33 U.S.C. 577), shall 
be $10,000,000.

SEC. 307. AMERICAN AND SACRAMENTO RIVERS, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for flood damage reduction, American and Sacramento 
Rivers, California, authorized by section 101(a)(1) of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 3662-3663) and modified by 
section 366 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
319-320), is further modified to direct the Secretary to carry out the 
project, at a total cost of $205,000,000.

SEC. 308. CACHE CREEK BASIN, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for flood control, Cache Creek Basin, California, 
authorized by section 401(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1986 (100 Stat. 4112), is modified to direct the Secretary to mitigate 
the impacts of the new south levee of the Cache Creek settling basin on 
the city of Woodland's storm drainage system, including all appurtenant 
features, erosion control measures, and environmental protection 
features. Such mitigation shall restore the city's preproject capacity 
(1,360 cubic feet per second) to release water to the Yolo Bypass, 
including channel improvements, an outlet work through the west levee 
of the Yolo Bypass, and a new low-flow cross channel to handle city and 
county storm drainage and settling basin flows (1,760 cubic feet per 
second) when the Yolo Bypass is in a low flow condition.

SEC. 309. GRAYSON CREEK/MURDERER'S CREEK, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, Grayson Creek/
Murderer's Creek, California, being carried out under section 206 of 
the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (33 U.S.C. 2330), is 
modified to direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal share 
of the cost of the project the cost of work carried out by the non-
Federal interest before the date of the cooperation agreement for the 
project if the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the 
project and to authorize the Secretary to consider national ecosystem 
restoration benefits in determining the Federal interest in the 
project.

SEC. 310. JOHN F. BALDWIN SHIP CHANNEL AND STOCKTON SHIP CHANNEL, 
                    CALIFORNIA.

  The project for navigation, San Francisco to Stockton, California, 
authorized by section 301 of the River and Harbor Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 
1091) is modified--
          (1) to provide that the non-Federal share of the cost of the 
        John F. Baldwin Ship Channel and Stockton Ship Channel element 
        of the project may be provided in the form of in-kind services 
        and materials; and
          (2) to direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal 
        share of the cost of such element the cost of planning and 
        design work carried out by the non-Federal interest before the 
        date of an agreement for such planning and design if the 
        Secretary determines that such work is integral to such 
        element.

SEC. 311. LOS ANGELES HARBOR, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for navigation, Los Angeles Harbor, Los Angeles, 
California, authorized by section 101(b)(5) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 2000 (114 Stat. 2577), is modified to direct the 
Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the 
project the cost of the planning, design, and construction work carried 
out by the non-Federal interest before the date of the cooperation 
agreement for the project if the Secretary determines the work is 
integral to the project.

SEC. 312. LARKSPUR FERRY CHANNEL, LARKSPUR, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for navigation, Larkspur Ferry Channel, Larkspur, 
California, authorized by section 601(d) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4148), is modified to direct the 
Secretary to prepare a limited reevaluation report to determine whether 
maintenance of the project is feasible. If the Secretary determines 
that maintenance of the project is feasible, the Secretary shall carry 
out the maintenance.

SEC. 313. NAPA RIVER SALT MARSH RESTORATION, NAPA RIVER, CALIFORNIA.

  In carrying out the feasibility study for the project for aquatic 
ecosystem restoration, Napa River Salt Marsh Restoration, Napa and 
Sonoma Counties, California, the Secretary shall determine whether work 
carried out by the non-Federal interest is integral to the project. In 
any case in which the work is determined to be integral to the project 
before completion of the final report of the Chief of Engineers on the 
project, such work shall be included as part of the project, and the 
cost of such work shall be recommended in the final report for credit 
toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the project. Work carried 
out after submission of the final report and before the date of the 
cooperation agreement for the project that is determined to be integral 
to the project shall be considered as part of the project, and the cost 
of such work shall be credited toward the non-Federal share of the cost 
of the project.

SEC. 314. PACIFIC FLYWAY CENTER, SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, Pacific Flyway Center, 
Sacramento, California, being carried out under section 206 of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (33 U.S.C. 2330), is modified 
to authorize the Secretary to expend $1,000,000 to enhance public 
access to the project.

SEC. 315. PINOLE CREEK, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for improvement of the quality of the environment, Pinole 
Creek Phase I, California, being carried out under section 1135 of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 2309a), is modified 
to direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal share of the 
cost of the project the cost of work carried out by the non-Federal 
interest before the date of the cooperation agreement for the project 
if the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the project.

SEC. 316. PRADO DAM, CALIFORNIA.

  Upon completion of the modifications to the Prado Dam element of the 
project for flood control, Santa Ana River Mainstem, California, 
authorized by section 401(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1986 (100 Stat. 4113), the Memorandum of Agreement for the Operation 
for Prado Dam for Seasonal Additional Water Conservation between the 
Department of the Army and the Orange County Water District (including 
all the conditions and stipulations in the memorandum) shall remain in 
effect for volumes of water made available prior to such modifications.

SEC. 317. 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 to credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the 
project the cost of planning and design work carried out by the non-
Federal interest before the date of the cooperation agreement for the 
project if the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the 
project.

SEC. 318. SACRAMENTO RIVER, GLENN-COLUSA, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for flood control, Sacramento River, California, 
authorized by section 2 of the Act entitled ``An Act to provide for the 
control of the floods of the Mississippi River and of the Sacramento 
River, California, and for other purposes'', approved March 1, 1917 (39 
Stat. 949), and modified by section 102 of the Energy and Water 
Development Appropriations Act, 1990 (103 Stat. 649), section 301(b)(3) 
of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 3110), title 
I of the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 1999 (112 
Stat. 1841), and section 305 of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1999 (113 Stat. 299), is further modified to direct the Secretary to 
credit the non-Federal interest up to $4,000,000 toward the non-Federal 
share of the cost of the project for costs incurred by the non-Federal 
interest in carrying out activities (including the provision of lands, 
easements, rights-of-way, relocations, and dredged material disposal 
areas) associated with environmental compliance for the project if the 
Secretary determines that the activities are integral to the project.

SEC. 319. SAN LORENZO RIVER, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for flood control, San Lorenzo River, California, 
authorized by section 101(a)(5) of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1996 (110 Stat. 3663), is modified to direct the Secretary to credit 
not more than $2,000,000 toward the non-Federal share of the cost of 
the project for the cost of the work carried out by the non-Federal 
interest before the date of the cooperation agreement for the project 
if the Secretary determines the work is integral to the project.

SEC. 320. TERMINUS DAM, KAWEAH RIVER, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for flood control and water supply, Terminus Dam, Kaweah 
River, California, authorized by section 101(b)(5) of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 3667) and modified by 
section 307 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
299), is further modified to authorize the Secretary to construct the 
project, at a total cost of $50,000,000.

SEC. 321. UPPER GUADALUPE RIVER, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for flood damage reduction and recreation, Upper 
Guadalupe River, California, described as the Bypass Channel Plan of 
the Chief of Engineers dated August 19, 1998, authorized by section 
101(a)(9) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
275), is modified to authorize the Secretary to construct the project, 
at a total cost of $140,328,000, with an estimated Federal cost of 
$70,164,000, and an estimated non-Federal cost of $70,164,000. The non-
Federal share of the cost of the project shall be subject to section 
103(a)(3) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 
2213(a)(3)).

SEC. 322. WALNUT CREEK CHANNEL, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, Walnut Creek Channel, 
California, being carried out under section 206 of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1996 (33 U.S.C. 2330), is modified to direct the 
Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the 
project the cost of work carried out by the non-Federal interest before 
the date of the cooperation agreement for the project if the Secretary 
determines that the work is integral to the project and to authorize 
the Secretary to consider national ecosystem restoration benefits in 
determining the Federal interest in the project.

SEC. 323. WILDCAT/SAN PABLO CREEK PHASE I, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for improvement of the quality of the environment, 
Wildcat/San Pablo Creek Phase I, California, being carried out under 
section 1135 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 
2309a), is modified to direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-
Federal share of the cost of the project the cost of work carried out 
by the non-Federal interest before the date of the cooperation 
agreement for the project if the Secretary determines that the work is 
integral to the project.

SEC. 324. WILDCAT/SAN PABLO CREEK PHASE II, CALIFORNIA.

  The project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, Wildcat/San Pablo 
Creek Phase II, California, being carried out under section 206 of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (33 U.S.C. 2330), is modified 
to direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal share of the 
cost of the project the cost of work carried out by the non-Federal 
interest before the date of the cooperation agreement for the project 
if the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the project 
and to authorize the Secretary to consider national ecosystem 
restoration benefits in determining the Federal interest in the 
project.

SEC. 325. BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA.

  Section 310 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
301) is amended by adding at the end the following:
  ``(d) Credit.--After completion of the study, the Secretary shall 
credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the project the cost 
of nourishment and renourishment associated with the shore protection 
project incurred by the non-Federal interest to respond to damages to 
Brevard County beaches that are the result of a Federal navigation 
project, as determined in the final report for the study.''.

SEC. 326. GASPARILLA AND ESTERO ISLANDS, FLORIDA.

  The project for shore protection, Gasparilla and Estero Island 
segments, Lee County, Florida, authorized under section 201 of the 
Flood Control Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 1073) by Senate Resolution dated 
December 17, 1970, and by House Resolution dated December 15, 1970, and 
modified by section 309 of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 
(114 Stat. 2602), is further modified to direct the Secretary to credit 
toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the project the cost of 
work carried out by the non-Federal interest before the date of the 
cooperation agreement for the project if the Secretary determines that 
the work is integral to the project.

SEC. 327. LIDO KEY BEACH, SARASOTA, FLORIDA.

  The project for shore protection, Lido Key Beach, Sarasota, Florida, 
authorized by section 101 of the River and Harbor Act of 1970 (84 Stat. 
1819), deauthorized under section 1001(b) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 579a(b)), and reauthorized by 
section 364(2)(A) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 
Stat. 313), is modified to direct the Secretary to construct the 
project, at a total cost of $12,926,000, with an estimated Federal cost 
of $6,547,000 and an estimated non-Federal cost of $6,379,000, and at 
an estimated average annual cost of $925,000 for periodic nourishment 
over the 50-year life of the project, with an estimated annual Federal 
cost of $468,500 and an estimated annual non-Federal cost of $456,500.

SEC. 328. 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) and modified by section 102(j) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1990 (104 Stat. 4612), is further modified--
          (1) to include the construction of an extension of the south 
        channel a distance of approximately 1584 feet consistent with 
        the general reevaluation report, dated April 2002, prepared by 
        the Jacksonville District Corps of Engineers, at a total cost 
        of $9,800,000, with an estimated Federal cost of $7,350,000 and 
        an estimated non-Federal cost of $2,450,000;
          (2) to direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal 
        share of the cost of the project the cost of in-kind services 
        and materials provided for the project by the non-Federal 
        interest; and
          (3) to direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal 
        share of the cost of the project the cost of planning, design, 
        and construction work carried out by the non-Federal interest 
        before the date of the cooperation agreement for the project if 
        the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the 
        project.

SEC. 329. ROSE BAY, VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

  The project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, Rose Bay, Volusia 
County, Florida, being carried out under section 206 of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1996 (33 U.S.C. 2330), is modified to 
direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost 
of the project the costs incurred by the Florida Department of 
Transportation in constructing that portion of United States Highway 1 
bridge that the Secretary determines is required for the proper 
functioning of the project.

SEC. 330. TAMPA HARBOR, FLORIDA.

  The project for navigation, Tampa Harbor, Florida, referred to in 
section 4 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of September 22, 1922 (42 Stat. 
1042), is modified to direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-
Federal share of the cost of the project the cost of planning, design, 
and construction work carried out by the non-Federal interest before 
the date of the cooperation agreement for the project if the Secretary 
determines that the work is integral to the project.

SEC. 331. TAMPA HARBOR-BIG BEND CHANNEL, FLORIDA.

  The project for navigation, Tampa Harbor-Big Bend Channel, Florida, 
authorized by section 101(a)(18) of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1999 (113 Stat. 276) is modified to direct the Secretary to credit 
toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the project the cost of 
planning, design, and construction work carried out by the non-Federal 
interest before the date of the cooperation agreement for the project 
if the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the project.

SEC. 332. LITTLE WOOD RIVER, GOODING, IDAHO.

  The project for flood damage reduction, Little Wood River, Gooding, 
Idaho, being carried out under section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 
1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s), is modified--
          (1) to authorize the non-Federal interest to provide any 
        portion of the non-Federal share of the cost of the project in 
        the form of services, materials, supplies, or other in-kind 
        contributions;
          (2) to authorize the non-Federal interest to use funds made 
        available under any other Federal program toward the non-
        Federal share of the cost of the project if such use of the 
        funds is permitted under the other Federal program; and
          (3) to direct the Secretary, in calculating the non-Federal 
        share of the cost of the project, to make a determination under 
        section 103(m) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 
        (33 U.S.C. 2213(m)) on the non-Federal interest's ability to 
        pay.

SEC. 333. INDIANA HARBOR, INDIANA.

  The project for environmental dredging, Indiana Harbor, Indiana, 
being carried out under section 312 of the Water Resources Development 
Act of 1990 (33 U.S.C. 1252 note; 104 Stat. 4639), is modified to 
direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost 
of the project the cost of design work carried out by the non-Federal 
interest before the date of the cooperation agreement for the project 
if the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the project.

SEC. 334. LITTLE CALUMET RIVER, INDIANA.

  The project for flood control, Little Calumet River, Indiana, 
authorized by section 401(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1986 (100 Stat. 4115), is modified to authorize the Secretary to carry 
out the project in accordance with the post authorization change report 
dated August 2000, at a total cost of $186,300,000, with an estimated 
Federal cost of $136,600,000 and an estimated non-Federal cost of 
$49,700,000.

SEC. 335. LITTLE CALUMET RIVER BASIN (CADY MARSH DITCH), INDIANA.

  The project for flood control, Little Calumet River Basin (Cady Marsh 
Ditch), Indiana, authorized by section 401(a) the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4115), is modified to authorize the 
Secretary to construct the project, at a total cost of $23,146,000, 
with an estimated Federal cost of $17,359,000 and an estimated non-
Federal cost of $5,787,000.

SEC. 336. LONG LAKE, INDIANA.

  (a) Cost Sharing.--The project for ecosystem restoration, Long Lake, 
Indiana, being carried out under section 206 of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1996 (33 U.S.C. 2330), is modified to direct the 
Secretary to carry out the components of the project located on Federal 
land at full Federal expense.
  (b) Reimbursement.--After completion of the project referred to in 
subsection (a), the Secretary shall seek reimbursement from the 
Secretary of the Interior of an amount equal to the costs of the 
project allocated to benefits to the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.

SEC. 337. WHITE RIVER, INDIANA.

  The project for flood control, Indianapolis on West Fork of White 
River, Indiana, authorized by section 5 of the Act entitled ``An Act 
authorizing the construction of certain public works on rivers and 
harbors for flood control, and other purposes'', approved June 22, 1936 
(49 Stat. 1586), and modified by section 323 of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 3716) and section 322 of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 303-304), is further 
modified to authorize the Secretary to undertake the riverfront 
alterations described in the Central Indianapolis Waterfront Concept 
Plan, dated February 1994, for the Fall Creek Reach feature, at a total 
cost of $28,545,000.

SEC. 338. WOLF LAKE, INDIANA.

  The project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, Wolf Lake, Indiana, 
being carried out under section 206 of the Water Resources Development 
Act of 1996 (33 U.S.C. 2330), is modified to direct the Secretary to 
credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the project the cost 
of planning, design, and construction work carried out by the non-
Federal interest before the date of the cooperation agreement for the 
project if the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the 
project.

SEC. 339. HARLAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

  The Harlan County, Kentucky, element of the project for flood 
control, Levisa and Tug Fork of the Big Sandy and Cumberland Rivers, 
West Virginia, Virginia, and Kentucky, authorized by section 202(a) of 
the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 1981 (94 Stat. 
1339), is modified to direct the Secretary to take measures to provide 
a 100-year level of flood protection.

SEC. 340. AMITE RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, LOUISIANA, EAST BATON ROUGE 
                    PARISH WATERSHED.

  The project for flood damage reduction and recreation, Amite River 
and Tributaries, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish Watershed, 
authorized by section 101(a)(21) of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1999 (113 Stat. 277), is modified to direct the Secretary to carry 
out the project with the cost sharing for the project determined in 
accordance with section 103(a) of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 2213(a)) as in effect on October 11, 1996, at a 
total cost of $158,000,000, with an estimated Federal cost of 
$102,700,000 and an estimated non-Federal cost of $55,300,000.

SEC. 341. J. BENNETT JOHNSTON WATERWAY, MISSISSIPPI RIVER TO 
                    SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA.

  The project for mitigation of fish and wildlife losses, J. Bennett 
Johnston Waterway, Mississippi River to Shreveport, Louisiana, 
authorized by section 601(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1986 (100 Stat. 4142) and modified by section 4(h) of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1988 (102 Stat. 4016), section 102(p) of 
the Water Resources Development Act of 1990 (104 Stat. 4613), section 
301(b)(7) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 
3710), and section 316 of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 
(114 Stat. 2572), is further modified to authorize the purchase and 
reforesting of lands which have been cleared or converted to 
agricultural uses, at a total cost of $33,000,000.

SEC. 342. MISSISSIPPI DELTA REGION, LOUISIANA.

  The Mississippi Delta Region project, Louisiana, authorized as part 
of the project for hurricane-flood protection on Lake Pontchartrain, 
Louisiana, by section 204 of the Flood Control Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 
1077) and modified by section 365 of the Water Resources Development 
Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 3739), is further modified to direct the 
Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the 
project the costs of relocating oyster beds in the Davis Pond project 
area if the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the 
Mississippi Delta Region project.

SEC. 343. WEST BANK OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER (EAST OF HARVEY CANAL), 
                    LOUISIANA.

  Section 328 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
304-305) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) by striking ``operation and maintenance'' and 
                inserting ``operation, maintenance, rehabilitation, 
                repair, and replacement''; and
                  (B) by striking ``Algiers Channel'' and inserting 
                ``Algiers Canal Levees''; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following:
  ``(c) Cost Sharing.--The non-Federal share of the cost of the project 
shall be 35 percent.''.

SEC. 344. UNION RIVER, MAINE.

  The project for navigation, Union River, Maine, authorized by the 
first section of the Act entitled ``An Act making appropriations for 
the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on 
rivers and harbors, and for other purposes'', approved June 3, 1896 (29 
Stat. 215), is modified by redesignating as an anchorage area that 
portion of the project consisting of a 6-foot turning basin and lying 
northerly of a line commencing at a point N315,975.13, E1,004,424.86 
thence running north 61 degrees 27 minutes 20.71 seconds west about 
132.34 feet to a point N316,038.37, E1,004,308.61.

SEC. 345. CASS RIVER, SPAULDING TOWNSHIP, MICHIGAN.

  (a) In General.--The project for flood damage reduction, Cass River, 
Spaulding Township, Saginaw County, Michigan, being carried out under 
section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s), is 
modified to incorporate flood control works constructed by the non-
Federal interests between Sheridan Road and East Street (M-13) if the 
Secretary determines that the inclusion of such flood control works is 
feasible.
  (b) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit toward the non-Federal share 
of the cost of the project the cost of work carried out by the non-
Federal interest before the date of the cooperation agreement for the 
project if the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the 
project.

SEC. 346. DETROIT RIVER SHORELINE, DETROIT, MICHIGAN.

  (a) In General.--The project for emergency streambank and shoreline 
protection, Detroit River Shoreline, Detroit, Michigan, being carried 
out under section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946 (33 U.S.C. 701r), 
is modified to include measures to enhance public access.
  (b) Maximum Federal Expenditure.--The maximum amount of Federal funds 
that may be expended for the project shall be $3,000,000.

SEC. 347. WATER RESOURCES INSTITUTE, MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN.

  (a) In General.--The project for emergency streambank and shoreline 
protection, Water Resources Institute, Muskegon, Michigan, being 
carried out under section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946 (33 
U.S.C. 701r), is modified to provide for completion of shoreline 
protection measures in accordance with the approved plans and 
specifications for Grand Valley State University, Lake Michigan Center, 
dated August 6, 2001.
  (b) Maximum Federal Expenditure.--The maximum amount of Federal funds 
that may be expended for the project shall be $2,000,000.
  (c) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit toward the non-Federal share 
of the cost of the project the cost of design and implementation of 
shoreline protection measures carried out by the non-Federal interest 
before the date of the cooperation agreement for the project if the 
Secretary determines that the work is integral to the project.

SEC. 348. SAGINAW RIVER, BAY CITY, MICHIGAN.

  The maximum amount of Federal funds that may be expended for the 
project for emergency streambank protection, Saginaw River, Bay City, 
Michigan, being carried out under section 14 of the Flood Control Act 
of 1946 (33 U.S.C. 701r), shall be $2,000,000.

SEC. 349. ADA, MINNESOTA.

  (a) In General.--The project for flood damage reduction, Wild Rice 
River, Ada, Minnesota, being carried out under section 205 of the Flood 
Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s), is modified to authorize the 
Secretary to consider national ecosystem restoration benefits in 
determining the Federal interest in the project.
  (b) Evaluation of Benefits and Costs.--In evaluating the economic 
benefits and costs for the project, the Secretary shall not consider 
the emergency levee adjacent to Judicial Ditch No. 51 in the 
determination of conditions existing prior to construction of the 
project.
  (c) Special Rule.--In evaluating and implementing the project, the 
Secretary shall allow the non-Federal interest to participate in the 
financing of the project in accordance with section 903(c) of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4184) to the extent that 
the Secretary's evaluation indicates that applying such section is 
necessary to implement the project.

SEC. 350. DULUTH HARBOR, MCQUADE ROAD, MINNESOTA.

  (a) In General.--The project for navigation, Duluth Harbor, McQuade 
Road, Minnesota, being carried out under section 107 of the River and 
Harbor Act of 1960 (33 U.S.C. 577) and modified by section 321 of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 2000 (114 Stat. 2605), is further 
modified to authorize the Secretary to provide public access and 
recreational facilities as generally described in the Detailed Project 
Report and Environmental Assessment, McQuade Road Harbor of Refuge, 
Duluth, Minnesota, dated August 1999.
  (b) Maximum Federal Expenditure.--The maximum amount of Federal funds 
that may be expended for the project shall be $5,000,000.

SEC. 351. GRANITE FALLS, MINNESOTA.

  The maximum amount of Federal funds that may be expended for the 
project for flood damage reduction, Granite Falls, Minnesota, being 
carried out under section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 
U.S.C. 701s), shall be $12,000,000.

SEC. 352. RED LAKE RIVER, MINNESOTA.

  The project for flood control, Red Lake River at Crookston, 
Minnesota, authorized by section 101(a)(23) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 278), is modified to authorize the 
Secretary to construct the project, at a total cost of $25,000,000, 
with an estimated Federal cost of $16,250,000 and an estimated non-
Federal cost of $8,750,000.

SEC. 353. SILVER BAY, MINNESOTA.

  The project for navigation, Silver Bay, Minnesota, authorized by 
section 2 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of March 2, 1945 (59 Stat. 19), 
is modified to include operation and maintenance of the general 
navigation facilities as a Federal responsibility.

SEC. 354. TACONITE HARBOR, MINNESOTA.

  The project for navigation, Taconite Harbor, Minnesota, carried out 
under section 107 of the River and Harbor Act of 1960 (33 U.S.C. 577), 
is modified to include operation and maintenance of the general 
navigation facilities as a Federal responsibility.

SEC. 355. TWO HARBORS, MINNESOTA.

  (a) In General.--The project for navigation, Two Harbors, Minnesota, 
being carried out under section 107 of the River and Harbor Act of 1960 
(33 U.S.C. 577), is modified to include construction of a dredged 
material disposal facility at the J&J; Castings site, including actions 
required to clear the site.
  (b) Lands, Easements, and Rights-of-Way.--Non-Federal interests shall 
be responsible for providing all lands, easements, rights-of-way, and 
relocations necessary for the construction of the dredged material 
disposal facility.
  (c) Maximum Federal Expenditure.--The maximum amount of Federal funds 
that may be expended for the project shall be $5,000,000.

SEC. 356. BOIS BRULE DRAINAGE AND LEVEE DISTRICT, MISSOURI.

  The maximum amount of Federal funds that may be expended for the 
project for flood damage reduction, Bois Brule Drainage and Levee 
District, Missouri, being carried out under section 205 of the Flood 
Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s), shall be $25,000,000.

SEC. 357. TURKEY CREEK BASIN, KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, AND KANSAS CITY, 
                    KANSAS.

  The project for flood damage reduction, Turkey Creek Basin, Kansas 
City, Missouri, and Kansas City, Kansas, authorized by section 
101(a)(24) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
278), is modified to direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-
Federal share of the cost of the project the cost of work carried out 
by the non-Federal interest before the date of the cooperation 
agreement for the project if the Secretary determines that the work is 
integral to the project.

SEC. 358. ORCHARD BEACH, BRONX, NEW YORK.

  The project for shoreline protection, Orchard Beach, Bronx, New York, 
authorized by section 554 of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1996 (110 Stat. 3781), is modified to authorize the Secretary to 
construct the project, at a total cost of $18,000,000.

SEC. 359. TIMES BEACH, BUFFALO, NEW YORK.

  The project for improvement of the quality of the environment, Times 
Beach, Buffalo, New York, being carried out under section 1135 of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4251), is modified 
to direct the Secretary to credit not more than $750,000 toward the 
non-Federal share of the cost of the project for the cost of planning, 
design, and construction work carried out by the non-Federal interest 
before the date of the cooperation agreement for the project if the 
Secretary determines the work is integral to the project.

SEC. 360. PORT OF NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY, NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY.

  The Secretary may not require as an item of local cooperation in the 
construction of the project for navigation, Port of New York and New 
Jersey, New York and New Jersey, authorized by section 101(a)(2) of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 2000 (114 Stat. 2576), that the non-
Federal interest agree that the container facilities at the former 
Military Ocean Terminal at the Bayonne, New Jersey, site along the Port 
Jersey Channel be operational prior to construction of the 50-foot deep 
Port Jersey Channel. Such container facilities may be made operational 
concurrent with the navigation project.

SEC. 361. NEW YORK STATE CANAL SYSTEM.

  Section 553(c) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (110 
Stat. 3781) is amended to read as follows:
  ``(c) New York State Canal System Defined.--In this section, the term 
`New York State Canal System' means the 524 miles of navigable canal 
that comprise the New York State Canal System, including the Erie, 
Cayuga-Seneca, Oswego, and Champlain Canals and the historic alignments 
of these canals, including the cities of Albany and Buffalo.''.

SEC. 362. ASHTABULA RIVER, OHIO.

  The project for environmental dredging, Ashtabula River, Ohio, being 
carried out under section 312 of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1990 (33 U.S.C. 1252 note; 104 Stat. 4639; 110 Stat. 3679), is modified 
to direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal share of the 
cost of the project the cost of design and construction work provided 
by the non-Federal interest before the date of the cooperation 
agreement for the project if the Secretary determines that the work is 
integral to the project.

SEC. 363. WILLAMETTE RIVER TEMPERATURE CONTROL, MCKENZIE SUBBASIN, 
                    OREGON.

  (a) In General.--The project for environmental restoration, 
Willamette River Temperature Control, McKenzie Subbasin, Oregon, 
authorized by section 101(a)(25) of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1996 (110 Stat. 3665) and modified by section 344 of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 308), is further modified 
to direct the Secretary to pay, subject to the availability of 
appropriations, compensation for losses to small business attributable 
to the implementation of the draw down conducted as a part of project 
implementation in 2002.
  (b) Establishment of Program.--Not later than 120 days after the date 
of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall establish, and provide 
public notice of, a program--
          (1) to receive claims for compensation for losses to small 
        business attributable to the implementation of the draw down 
        conducted as a part of project implementation in 2002;
          (2) to evaluate claims for such losses; and
          (3) to pay claims for such losses.
  (c) Implementation of Program.--In carrying out the program 
established under subsection (b), the Secretary shall provide--
          (1) public notice of the existence of the program sufficient 
        to reach those in the area that may have suffered losses to 
        small businesses;
          (2) a period for the submission of claims of not fewer than 
        45 days and not greater than 75 days from the date of the first 
        public notice of the existence of the program;
          (3) for the evaluation of each claim submitted to the 
        Secretary under the program and a determination of whether the 
        claim constitutes a loss to a small business on or before the 
        last day of the 30-day period beginning on the date of 
        submission of the claim; and
          (4) for the payment of each claim that the Secretary 
        determines constitutes a loss to a small business on or before 
        the last day of the 30-day period beginning on the date of the 
        Secretary's determination.
  (d) Loss to a Small Business Defined.--In this section, the term 
``loss to a small business'' means documented financial losses 
associated with commercial activity of a small business that can be 
attributed to the turbidity levels in the McKenzie River being higher 
than those anticipated in the original planning documents and public 
announcements existing before the initiation of the draw down in 2002. 
Commercial losses include decline in sales, loss of revenue (including 
loss of revenue from canceled or delayed reservations at lodging 
establishments), and any other financial losses that can be shown to be 
associated with the elevated turbidity levels in the McKenzie River in 
2002.
  (e) Payment of Claims.--The payment of claims for losses to small 
businesses shall be a Federal responsibility.

SEC. 364. LACKAWANNA RIVER AT OLYPHANT, PENNSYLVANIA.

  The project for flood control, Lackawanna River at Olyphant, 
Pennsylvania, authorized by section 101(16) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 (106 Stat. 4803), is modified to authorize the 
Secretary to construct the project, at a total cost of $20,000,000.

SEC. 365. LACKAWANNA RIVER AT SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA.

  The project for flood control, Lackawanna River at Scranton, 
Pennsylvania, authorized by section 101(17) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 (106 Stat. 4803), is modified to authorize the 
Secretary to construct the project, at a total cost of $23,000,000.

SEC. 366. RAYSTOWN LAKE, PENNSYLVANIA.

  The Secretary may take such action as may be necessary, including 
construction of a breakwater, to prevent shoreline erosion between .07 
and 2.7 miles south of Pennsylvania State Route 994 on the east shore 
of Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania.

SEC. 367. SHERADEN PARK STREAM AND CHARTIERS CREEK, ALLEGHENY COUNTY, 
                    PENNSYLVANIA.

  The project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, Sheraden Park Stream 
and Chartiers Creek, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, being carried out 
under section 206 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (33 
U.S.C. 2330), is modified to direct the Secretary to credit up to 
$400,000 toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the project for 
planning and design work carried out by the non-Federal interest before 
the date of the cooperation agreement for the project if the Secretary 
determines that the work is integral to the project.

SEC. 368. SOLOMON'S CREEK, WILKES-BARRE, PENNSYLVANIA.

  The project for flood control, Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania, 
authorized by section 401(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1986 (100 Stat. 4124), is modified to include as a project element the 
project for flood control for Solomon's Creek, Wilkes-Barre, 
Pennsylvania.

SEC. 369. SOUTH CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA.

  Section 313(h)(2) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 (106 
Stat. 4847; 107 Stat. 407) is amended by striking ``Armstrong, Bedford, 
Blair, Cambria, Clearfield, Fayette, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, 
Indiana, Juniata, Mifflin, Somerset, Snyder and, Westmoreland 
Counties'' and inserting ``Allegheny, Armstrong, Bedford, Blair, 
Cambria, Fayette, Franklin, Fulton, Greene, Huntingdon, Indiana, 
Juniata, Somerset, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties''.

SEC. 370. WYOMING VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA.

  In carrying out the project for flood control, Wyoming Valley, 
Pennsylvania, authorized by section 401(a) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4124), the Secretary shall 
coordinate with non-Federal interests to review opportunities for 
increased public access.

SEC. 371. LITTLE LIMESTONE CREEK, JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE.

  In evaluating and implementing the project for flood damage 
reduction, Little Limestone Creek, Jonesborough, Tennessee, under 
section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s), the 
Secretary shall allow the non-Federal interest to participate in the 
financing of the project in accordance with section 903(c) of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4184), to the extent that 
the Secretary's evaluation indicates that applying such section is 
necessary to implement the project.

SEC. 372. BOWIE COUNTY LEVEE, TEXAS.

  The project for flood control, Red River Below Denison Dam, Texas and 
Oklahoma, authorized by section 10 of the Flood Control Act of 1946 (60 
Stat. 647), is modified to direct the Secretary to implement the Bowie 
County Levee feature of the project in accordance with the plan defined 
as Alternative B in the draft document entitled ``Bowie County Local 
Flood Protection, Red River, Texas Project Design Memorandum No. 1, 
Bowie County Levee'', dated April 1997.

SEC. 373. LOWER RIO GRANDE BASIN, TEXAS.

  The project for flood control, Lower Rio Grande Basin, Texas, 
authorized by section 401(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1986 (100 Stat. 4125), is modified--
          (1) to direct the Secretary to credit toward the non-Federal 
        share of the cost of the project the cost of planning, design, 
        and construction work carried out by the non-Federal interest 
        before the date of the cooperation agreement for the project if 
        the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the 
        project; and
          (2) to direct the Secretary, in calculating the non-Federal 
        share of the cost of the project, to make a determination under 
        section 103(m) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 
        (33 U.S.C. 2213(m)) on the non-Federal interest's ability to 
        pay .

SEC. 374. NORTH PADRE ISLAND, CORPUS CHRISTI BAY, TEXAS.

  The project for ecosystem restoration and storm damage reduction, 
North Padre Island, Corpus Christi Bay, Texas, authorized by section 
556 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 353), is 
modified to include recreation as a project purpose.

SEC. 375. SAN ANTONIO CHANNEL, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.

  The project for flood control, San Antonio Channel, Texas, authorized 
by section 203 of the Flood Control Act of 1954 (68 Stat. 1259) as part 
of the comprehensive plan for flood protection on the Guadalupe and San 
Antonio Rivers in Texas and modified by section 103 of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1976 (90 Stat. 2921) and section 335 of 
the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 (114 Stat. 2611), is 
further modified to authorize the Secretary to credit toward the non-
Federal share of the cost of the project the cost of construction work 
carried out by the non-Federal interest before the date of the 
cooperation agreement for the project if the Secretary determines that 
the work is integral to the project.

SEC. 376. ELIZABETH RIVER, CHESAPEAKE, VIRGINIA.

  Section 358 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
312) is amended by striking ``September 30, 1999'' and inserting ``May 
4, 1997''.

SEC. 377. GREAT BRIDGE, CHESAPEAKE, VIRGINIA.

  The project for navigation at Great Bridge, Virginia, Highway 168 
over the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway in Chesapeake, Virginia, 
authorized by section 339(h) of the National Highway System Designation 
Act of 1995 (109 Stat. 606) is modified to authorize the Secretary to 
construct the project, at a total cost of $48,000,000, with an 
estimated Federal cost of $39,400,000 and an estimated non-Federal cost 
of $8,600,000.

SEC. 378. ROANOKE RIVER UPPER BASIN, VIRGINIA.

  The project for flood control, Roanoke River Upper Basin, Virginia, 
authorized by section 401(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1986 (100 Stat. 4126) and modified by section 110 of the Energy and 
Water Development Appropriations Act, 1990 (103 Stat. 650), is further 
modified to authorize the Secretary to construct the project, at a 
total cost of $64,300,000, with an estimated Federal cost of 
$42,100,000 and an estimated non-Federal cost of $22,200,000.

SEC. 379. BLAIR AND SITCUM WATERWAYS, TACOMA HARBOR, WASHINGTON.

  (a) In General.--The project for navigation, Blair and Sitcum 
Waterways, Tacoma Harbor, Washington, authorized by section 202(a) of 
the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4096), is 
modified to direct the Secretary to review the locally prepared plan 
for the Blair and Sitcum Waterways, Washington, and, if the Secretary 
determines that the plan meets the evaluation and design standards of 
the Corps of Engineers and that the plan is feasible, to authorize the 
Secretary to carry out the plan, at a Federal cost of $4,240,000.
  (b) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit toward the non-Federal share 
of the cost of the project the cost of work carried out by the non-
Federal interest before the date of the cooperation agreement for the 
project if the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the 
project.

SEC. 380. GREENBRIER RIVER BASIN, WEST VIRGINIA.

  Section 579(c) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (110 
Stat. 3790; 113 Stat. 312) is amended by striking ``$47,000,000'' and 
inserting ``$89,000,000''.

SEC. 381. MANITOWOC HARBOR, WISCONSIN.

  The project for navigation, Manitowoc Harbor, Wisconsin, authorized 
by the River and Harbor Act of August 30, 1852, is modified to direct 
the Secretary to deepen the upstream reach of the navigation channel 
from 12 feet to 18 feet, at a total cost of $300,000.

SEC. 382. CONTINUATION OF PROJECT AUTHORIZATIONS.

  (a) In General.--Notwithstanding section 1001(b)(2) of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 579a(b)(2)), the following 
projects shall remain authorized to be carried out by the Secretary:
          (1) The project for navigation, Fall River Harbor, 
        Massachusetts, authorized by section 101 of the River and 
        Harbor Act of 1968 (82 Stat. 731).
          (2) The project for flood control, Agana River, Guam, 
        authorized by section 401(a) of the Water Resources Development 
        Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4127).
  (b) Limitation.--A project described in subsection (a) shall not be 
authorized for construction after the last day of the 7-year period 
beginning on the date of enactment of this Act, unless, during such 
period, funds have been obligated for the construction (including 
planning and design) of the project.

SEC. 383. PROJECT REAUTHORIZATION.

  That portion of the project for navigation, Manitowoc Harbor, 
Wisconsin, consisting of the channel in the south part of the outer 
harbor, deauthorized by section 101 of the River and Harbor Act of 1962 
(76 Stat. 1176), may be carried out by the Secretary if the Secretary 
determines that it is feasible.

SEC. 384. PROJECT DEAUTHORIZATIONS.

  The following projects are not authorized after the date of enactment 
of this Act:
          (1) Bridgeport harbor, connecticut.--The portion of the 
        project for navigation, Bridgeport Harbor, Connecticut, 
        authorized by the River and Harbor Act of July 3, 1930 (46 
        Stat. 919), consisting of an 18-foot channel in Yellow Mill 
        River and described as follows: Beginning at a point along the 
        eastern limit of the existing project, N123,649.75, 
        E481,920.54, thence running northwesterly about 52.64 feet to a 
        point N123,683.03, E481,879.75, thence running northeasterly 
        about 1,442.21 feet to a point N125,030.08, E482,394.96, thence 
        running northeasterly about 139.52 feet to a point along the 
        east limit of the existing channel, N125,133.87, E482,488.19, 
        thence running southwesterly about 1,588.98 feet to the point 
        of origin.
          (2) Island end river, massachusetts.--The portion of the 
        project for navigation, Island End River, Massachusetts, 
        carried out under section 107 of the River and Harbor Act of 
        1960 (33 U.S.C. 577), described as follows: Beginning at a 
        point along the eastern limit of the existing project, 
        N507,348.98, E721,180.01, thence running northeast about 35 
        feet to a point N507,384.17, E721,183.36, thence running 
        northeast about 324 feet to a point N507,590.51, E721,433.17, 
        thence running northeast about 345 feet to a point along the 
        northern limit of the existing project, N507,927.29, 
        E721,510.29, thence running southeast about 25 feet to a point 
        N507,921.71, E721,534.66, thence running southwest about 354 
        feet to a point N507,576.65, E721,455.64, thence running 
        southwest about 357 feet to the point of origin.
          (3) City waterway, tacoma, washington.--The portion of the 
        project for navigation, City Waterway, Tacoma, Washington, 
        authorized by the first section of the River and Harbor 
        Appropriations Act of June 13, 1902 (32 Stat. 347), consisting 
        of the last 1,000 linear feet of the inner portion of the 
        waterway beginning at Station 70+00 and ending at Station 
        80+00.

SEC. 385. LAND CONVEYANCES.

  (a) Milford, Kansas.--
          (1) In general.--Subject to the provisions of this section, 
        the Secretary shall convey by quitclaim deed without 
        consideration to the Geary County Fire Department, Milford, 
        Kansas, all right, title, and interest of the United States in 
        and to a parcel of land consisting of approximately 7.4 acres 
        located in Geary County, Kansas, for construction, operation, 
        and maintenance of a fire station.
          (2) Survey to obtain legal description.--The exact acreage 
        and the description of the real property referred to in 
        paragraph (1) shall be determined by a survey that is 
        satisfactory to the Secretary.
          (3) Reversion.--If the Secretary determines that the property 
        conveyed under paragraph (1) ceases to be held in public 
        ownership or to be used for any purpose other than a fire 
        station, all right, title, and interest in and to the property 
        shall revert to the United States, at the option of the United 
        States.
  (b) Hickory Point, Lake Eufaula, Oklahoma.--
          (1) In general.--Subject to the provisions of this section, 
        the Secretary shall convey by quitclaim deed without 
        consideration to the Choctaw Nation all right, title, and 
        interest of the United States in and to approximately 265 acres 
        in the vicinity of Hickory Point, Lake Eufaula, Oklahoma, 
        together with any improvements thereon, for public ownership 
        and use for public recreation.
          (2) Survey to obtain legal description.--The exact acreage 
        and the legal description of the real property referred to in 
        paragraph (1) shall be determined by a survey that is 
        satisfactory to the Secretary.
          (3) Reversion.--If the Secretary determines that the property 
        conveyed under paragraph (1) ceases to be held in public 
        ownership or to be used for public recreation, all right, 
        title, and interest in and to the property shall revert to the 
        United States, at the option of the United States.
  (c) Boardman, Oregon.--Section 501(g)(1) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 3751) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``city of Boardman,'' and inserting ``the 
        Boardman Park and Recreation District, Boardman,''; and
          (2) by striking ``such city'' and inserting ``the city of 
        Boardman''.
  (d) Generally Applicable Provisions.--
          (1) Applicability of property screening provisions.--Section 
        2696 of title 10, United States Code, shall not apply to any 
        conveyance under this section.
          (2) Additional terms and conditions.--The Secretary may 
        require that any conveyance under this section be subject to 
        such additional terms and conditions as the Secretary considers 
        appropriate and necessary to protect the interests of the 
        United States.
          (3) Costs of conveyance.--An entity to which a conveyance is 
        made under this section shall be responsible for all reasonable 
        and necessary costs, including real estate transaction and 
        environmental compliance costs, associated with the conveyance.
          (4) Liability.--An entity to which a conveyance is made under 
        this section shall hold the United States harmless from any 
        liability with respect to activities carried out, on or after 
        the date of the conveyance, on the real property conveyed. The 
        United States shall remain responsible for any liability with 
        respect to activities carried out, before such date, on the 
        real property conveyed.

SEC. 386. EXTINGUISHMENT OF REVERSIONARY INTERESTS AND USE 
                    RESTRICTIONS.

  (a) In General.--With respect to each deed listed in subsection (b), 
the reversionary interests and use restrictions relating to industrial 
use purposes are extinguished.
  (b) Affected Deeds.--The deeds with the following county auditor's 
file numbers are referred to in subsection (a):
          (1) Auditor's Instrument No. 399218 of Nez Perce County, 
        Idaho--2.07 acres.
          (2) Auditor's Instrument No. 487437 of Nez Perce County, 
        Idaho--7.32 acres.
  (c) No Effect of Other Rights.--Nothing in this section affects the 
remaining rights and interests of the Corps of Engineers for authorized 
project purposes.

                           TITLE IV--STUDIES

SEC. 401. GREAT LAKES NAVIGATION SYSTEM.

  Section 456 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
332) is amended by adding at the end the following: ``If the Government 
of Canada and the Government of the United States have entered into a 
bilateral agreement that provides for the financial participation of 
the Government of Canada in the study, the Secretary may accept such 
participation.''.

SEC. 402. JOHN GLENN GREAT LAKES BASIN PROGRAM.

  Section 455 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
330-332) is amended by adding at the end the following:
  ``(g) In-Kind Contributions for Study.--The non-Federal interest may 
provide up to 100 percent of the non-Federal share required under 
subsection (f) in the form of services, materials, supplies, or other 
in-kind contributions.''.

SEC. 403. ST. GEORGE HARBOR, ALASKA.

  The Secretary shall conduct, at Federal expense, a study to determine 
the feasibility of providing navigation improvements at St. George, 
Alaska.

SEC. 404. UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND ILLINOIS WATERWAY, ILLINOIS, 
                    IOWA, MINNESOTA, MISSOURI, AND WISCONSIN.

  The Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the results of 
the Upper Mississippi River and Illinois Waterway Restructured System 
Navigation Feasibility Study, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, and 
Wisconsin, no later than July 1, 2004.

SEC. 405. HAMILTON, CALIFORNIA.

  The Secretary is directed to continue planning, preconstruction, 
engineering, and design efforts on the Sacramento-San Joaquin River 
Basins Comprehensive Study-Hamilton City Flood Damage Reduction and 
Ecosystem Restoration Initial Project and shall include in the study an 
area 2 miles north and 4 miles south of State Highway 32.

SEC. 406. OCEANSIDE, CALIFORNIA.

  Section 414 of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 (114 Stat. 
2636) is amended by striking ``32 months'' and inserting ``44 months''.

SEC. 407. SACRAMENTO RIVER, CALIFORNIA.

  The Secretary shall conduct a comprehensive study to determine the 
feasibility of, and alternatives for, measures to protect water 
diversion facilities and fish protective screen facilities in the 
vicinity of river mile 178 on the Sacramento River, California.

SEC. 408. SAN FRANCISCO BAY, SACRAMENTO-SAN JOAQUIN DELTA, CALIFORNIA.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of the beneficial use of dredged material from the San 
Francisco Bay in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California, 
including the benefits and impacts of salinity in the Delta and the 
benefits to navigation, flood damage reduction, ecosystem restoration, 
water quality, salinity control, water supply reliability, and 
recreation.
  (b) Cooperation.--In conducting the study, the Secretary shall 
cooperate with the California Department of Water Resources and 
appropriate Federal and State entities in developing options for the 
beneficial use of dredged material from San Francisco Bay for the 
Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta area.
  (c) Review.--The study shall include a review of the feasibility of 
using Sherman Island as a rehandling site for levee maintenance 
material, as well as for ecosystem restoration. The review may include 
monitoring a pilot project using up to 150,000 cubic yards of dredged 
material and being carried out at the Sherman Island site, examining 
larger-scale use of dredged materials from the San Francisco Bay and 
Suisun Bay Channel, and analyzing the feasibility of the potential use 
of saline materials from the San Francisco Bay for both rehandling and 
ecosystem restoration purposes.

SEC. 409. TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the feasibility of 
including the northern end of Tybee Island extending from the north 
terminal groin to the mouth of Lazaretto Creek as a part of the project 
for beach erosion control, Tybee Island, Georgia, carried out under 
section 201 of the Flood Control Act of 1965 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5).

SEC. 410. CALUMET HARBOR, ILLINOIS.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the feasibility of 
carrying out a project for navigation at Calumet Harbor, Illinois.

SEC. 411. PADUCAH, KENTUCKY.

  The Secretary is authorized to complete a rehabilitation evaluation 
report for the project for flood damage reduction, Paducah, Kentucky, 
and, if the Secretary determines that the project is feasible, proceed 
to preconstruction engineering and design for rehabilitation of the 
project.

SEC. 412. WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LOUISIANA.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the feasibility of 
carrying out a project for riverfront development, including enhanced 
public access, recreation, and environmental restoration, on the 
Mississippi River in West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana.

SEC. 413. CITY OF MACKINAC ISLAND, MICHIGAN.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the feasibility of 
carrying out a project for navigation at the city of Mackinac Island, 
Michigan.

SEC. 414. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.

  Section 425(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 (114 
Stat. 2638) is amended by inserting ``Lake Michigan and'' before ``the 
Chicago River''.

SEC. 415. MISSISSIPPI RIVER, MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the feasibility of 
modifying the project for the Mississippi River (Regulating Works), 
between the Ohio and Missouri Rivers, Missouri and Illinois, to provide 
for navigation and environmental restoration enhancements.

SEC. 416. ARTHUR KILL CHANNEL AND MORSES CREEK TO PERTH AMBOY, NEW 
                    JERSEY.

  The Secretary shall reevaluate the results of the study for the 
project for navigation, Arthur Kill Channel and Morses Creek to Perth 
Amboy, New Jersey, to determine whether the benefits of the project 
have increased as a result of a change in circumstances. In conducting 
the reevaluation, the Secretary shall review the locally prepared study 
entitled ``Pre-Feasibility Study for Channel Improvements--Arthur Kill 
from Morses Creek to Perth Amboy and Raritan Bay Approaches''.

SEC. 417. PUEBLO OF ZUNI, NEW MEXICO.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the feasibility of 
carrying out projects for water resources development, environmental 
restoration, and natural resources protection for the Pueblo of Zuni, 
New Mexico, under section 203 of the Water Resources Development Act of 
2000 (33 U.S.C. 2269).

SEC. 418. HUDSON-RARITAN ESTUARY, NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY.

  In carrying out the study for environmental restoration, Hudson-
Raritan Estuary, New York and New Jersey, the Secretary shall establish 
and utilize watershed restoration teams composed of estuary restoration 
experts from the Corps of Engineers, the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection, and the Port Authority of New York and New 
Jersey and other experts designated by the Secretary for the purpose of 
developing habitat restoration and water quality enhancement.

SEC. 419. LAKE CARL BLACKWELL, STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the feasibility of 
carrying out a project for flood damage reduction and ecosystem 
restoration at Lake Carl Blackwell, Stillwater, Oklahoma.

SEC. 420. SAC AND FOX NATION, OKLAHOMA.

  The Secretary shall complete a water and related land resource 
conservation and management plan for the Sac and Fox Nation, Oklahoma, 
under section 203 of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 (33 
U.S.C. 2269).

SEC. 421. SUTHERLIN, OREGON.

  (a) Study.--The Secretary shall conduct a study of water resources 
along Sutherlin Creek in the vicinity of Sutherlin, Oregon, to 
determine the feasibility of carrying out a project to restore and 
enhance aquatic resources using a combination of structural and 
bioengineering techniques and, if the Secretary determines that the 
project is feasible, may carry out the project.
  (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section $2,500,000.

SEC. 422. ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION AND FISH PASSAGE IMPROVEMENTS, OREGON.

  (a) Study.--The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of undertaking ecosystem restoration and fish passage 
improvements on rivers throughout the State of Oregon.
  (b) Requirements.--In carrying out the study, the Secretary shall--
          (1) work in coordination with the State of Oregon, local 
        governments, and other Federal agencies; and
          (2) place emphasis on--
                  (A) fish passage and conservation and restoration 
                strategies to benefit species that are listed or 
                proposed for listing as threatened or endangered 
                species under the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 
                U.S.C. 1531 et seq.); and
                  (B) other watershed restoration objectives.
  (c) Pilot Program.--
          (1) In general.--In conjunction with conducting the study 
        under subsection (a), the Secretary may carry out pilot 
        projects to demonstrate the effectiveness of ecosystem 
        restoration and fish passages.
          (2) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized to 
        be appropriated $5,000,000 to carry out this subsection.

SEC. 423. NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION AND 
                    PROTECTION.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the feasibility of 
carrying out aquatic ecosystem restoration and protection projects in 
the counties of Lackawanna, Lycoming, Susquehanna, Wyoming, Pike, 
Wayne, Sullivan, Bradford, Northumberland, Union, Snyder, and Montour, 
Pennsylvania, particularly as related to abandoned mine drainage 
abatement and reestablishment of stream and river channels.

SEC. 424. BROWNSVILLE SHIP CHANNEL, TEXAS.

  (a) Mitigation.--In carrying out the study to determine the 
feasibility of the project for navigation, Brownsville Ship Channel, 
Brownsville, Texas, the Secretary shall examine the feasibility of 
restoring wetlands in the vicinity of the Bahia Grande, Port Isabel, 
Texas, for the purpose of mitigating project impacts.
  (b) Credit.--If the Secretary determines that the wetlands 
restoration referred to in subsection (a) is appropriate to meet 
mitigation requirements for the project and the non-Federal interest 
undertakes such restoration before the date of the cooperation 
agreement for the project, the Secretary shall credit toward the non-
Federal share of the cost of planning, design, and construction of the 
project the cost of such restoration work carried out by the non-
Federal interest if the Secretary determines that the work is integral 
to the project.

SEC. 425. SABINE PASS TO GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS.

  In conducting a feasibility study for shore protection and related 
improvements between Sabine Pass and the entrance to Galveston Bay, 
Texas, the Secretary may include any benefits related to the use of 
State Highway 87 as an emergency evacuation route in the determination 
of national economic development benefits of the project.

SEC. 426. CHEHALIS RIVER BASIN, WASHINGTON.

  The Secretary shall conduct a river basin study for the Chehalis 
River basin, Washington, including a study of the uses of the basin's 
water resources to assist users in developing a fair and equitable 
distribution of such resources.

SEC. 427. SPRAGUE, LINCOLN COUNTY, WASHINGTON.

  The Secretary may accept from the non-Federal interest to pay all or 
a part of the non-Federal share of the cost of feasibility study for 
the project for flood control in the vicinity of Sprague, Lincoln 
County, Washington, funds made available under any other Federal 
program if such use of the funds is permitted under the Federal 
program.

SEC. 428. MONONGAHELA RIVER BASIN, NORTHERN WEST VIRGINIA.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the feasibility of 
carrying out aquatic ecosystem restoration and protection projects in 
the watersheds of the Monongahela River basin lying within the counties 
of Hancock, Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel, Tyler, Pleasants, Wood, Doddridge, 
Monongalia, Marion, Harrison, Taylor, Barbour, Preston, Tucker, 
Mineral, Grant, Gilmer, Brooke, and Rithchie, West Virginia, 
particularly as related to abandoned mine drainage abatement.

SEC. 429. WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the feasibility of 
carrying out a project for flood damage reduction and environmental 
restoration, Menomonee River and Underwood Creek, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.

                   TITLE V--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

SEC. 501. MAINTENANCE OF NAVIGATION CHANNELS.

  (a) In General.--Upon request of a non-Federal interest, the 
Secretary shall be responsible for maintenance of the following 
navigation channels constructed or improved by the non-Federal interest 
if the Secretary determines that such maintenance is economically 
justified and environmentally acceptable and that the channel was 
constructed in accordance with applicable permits and appropriate 
engineering and design standards:
          (1) Pix Bayou navigation channel, Chambers County, Texas.
          (2) Pidgeon Industrial Harbor, Pidgeon Industrial Park, 
        Memphis Harbor, Tennessee.
          (3) Racine Harbor, Wisconsin.
  (b) Completion of Assessment.--Not later than 6 months after the date 
of receipt of a request from a non-Federal interest for Federal 
assumption of maintenance of a channel listed in subsection (a), the 
Secretary shall make a determination as provided in subsection (a) and 
advise the non-Federal interest of the Secretary's determination.
  (c) Sabine-Neches Waterway, Texas.--The Secretary shall remove sunken 
vessels and debris between miles 35 and 43 of the Channel to Orange, 
Sabine-Neches Waterway, Texas, for the purpose of improving navigation 
safety and reducing the risk to the public.

SEC. 502. WATERSHED MANAGEMENT.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary may provide technical, planning, and 
design assistance to non-Federal interests for carrying out watershed 
management, restoration, and development projects at the locations 
described in subsection (d).
  (b) Specific Measures.--Assistance provided under subsection (a) may 
be in support of non-Federal projects for the following purposes:
          (1) Management and restoration of water quality.
          (2) Control and remediation of toxic sediments.
          (3) Restoration of degraded streams, rivers, wetlands, and 
        other waterbodies to their natural condition as a means to 
        control flooding, excessive erosion, and sedimentation.
          (4) Protection and restoration of watersheds, including urban 
        watersheds.
          (5) Demonstration of technologies for nonstructural measures 
        to reduce destructive impacts of flooding.
  (c) Non-Federal Share.--The non-Federal share of the cost of 
assistance provided under subsection (a) shall be 50 percent.
  (d) Project Locations.--The locations referred to in subsection (a) 
are the following:
          (1) Choctawhatchee, Pea, and Yellow Rivers watershed, in 
        Barbour, Bullock, Coffee, Covington, Crenshaw, Dale, Geneva, 
        Henry, Houston, and Pike Counties, Alabama.
          (2) Spring Branch watershed, Huntsville, Alabama.
          (3) Cucamonga basin, Upland, California.
          (4) Tuolumne County, California.
          (5) Kinkaid Lake, Jackson County, Illinois.
          (6) Those portions of the watersheds of the Concord, Charles, 
        Blackstone, Neponset, Taunton, Nashua, Shawsheen, and Merrimack 
        Rivers, Massachusetts, lying within the Interstate Route 495 
        corridor.
          (7) Jackson Brook watershed, New Jersey.
          (8) Those portions of the watersheds of the Beaver, Upper 
        Ohio, Connoquenessing, Lower Allegheny, Kiskiminetas, Lower 
        Monongahela, Youghiogheny, Shenango, and Mahoning Rivers lying 
        within the counties of Beaver, Butler, Lawrence, and Mercer, 
        Pennsylvania.
          (9) Southampton Creek watershed, Southampton, Pennsylvania.
          (10) Unami Creek watershed, Milford Township, Pennsylvania.
          (11) Amite River basin, Louisiana.
          (12) Iberville Parish, East Atchafalaya River basin, 
        Louisiana.
          (13) Genesee River watershed, New York.
          (14) Tonawanda Creek watershed, New York.
          (15) Buffalo River watershed, New York.
          (16) Eighteenmile Creek watershed, Niagara County, New York.
          (17) Cattaragus Creek watershed, New York.
          (18) Oswego River basin, New York.
  (e) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section $15,000,000.

SEC. 503. DAM SAFETY.

  (a) Assistance.--The Secretary may provide assistance to enhance dam 
safety at the following locations:
          (1) Mountain Park Dam, Mountain Park, Georgia.
          (2) Barber Dam, Ada County, Idaho.
          (3) Fish Creek Dam, Blaine County, Idaho.
          (4) Lost Valley Dam, Adams County, Idaho.
          (5) Salmon Falls Dam, Twin Falls County, Idaho.
          (6) Whaley Lake Dam, Pawling, New York.
          (7) Lake Carl Blackwell Dam, Stillwater, Oklahoma.
  (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section $6,000,000.

SEC. 504. STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY EVALUATIONS.

  (a) In General.--Upon request of a non-Federal interest, the 
Secretary shall evaluate the structural integrity and effectiveness of 
a project for flood damage reduction and, if the Secretary determines 
that the project does not meet such minimum standards as the Secretary 
may establish and, absent action by the Secretary, the project will 
fail, the Secretary may take such action as may be necessary to restore 
the integrity and effectiveness of the project.
  (b) Priority.--The Secretary shall evaluate under subsection (a) the 
following projects:
          (1) Project for flood damage reduction, Arkansas River 
        Levees, river mile 205 to river mile 308.4, Arkansas.
          (2) Project for flood damage reduction, Marianna Borough, 
        Pennsylvania.
          (3) Project for flood damage reduction, Nonconnah Creek, 
        Tennessee.

SEC. 505. FLOOD MITIGATION PRIORITY AREAS.

  Section 212(e) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (33 
U.S.C. 2332(e); 114 Stat. 2599) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``and'' at the end of paragraph (27);
          (2) by striking the period at the end of paragraph (28) and 
        inserting a semicolon; and
          (3) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(29) La Crosse County, Wisconsin;
          ``(30) Crawford County, Wisconsin;
          ``(31) Buffalo County, Wisconsin;
          ``(32) Calhoun County, Illinois;
          ``(33) Saint Charles County, Missouri;
          ``(34) Saint Louis County, Missouri;
          ``(35) Dubuque County, Iowa;
          ``(36) Scott County, Iowa;
          ``(37) Rock Island County, Illinois;
          ``(38) Ascension Parish, Louisiana;
          ``(39) East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana;
          ``(40) Iberville Parish, Louisiana; and
          ``(41) Livingston Parish, Louisiana.''.

SEC. 506. ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR AUTHORIZED PROJECTS.

  Section 219(e) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 (106 
Stat. 4835; 110 Stat. 3757; 113 Stat. 334) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``and'' at the end of paragraph (7);
          (2) by striking the period at the end of paragraph (8) and 
        inserting a semicolon; and
          (3) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(9) $20,000,000 for the project described in subsection 
        (c)(20);
          ``(10) $20,000,000 for the project described in subsection 
        (c)(25);
          ``(11) $15,000,000 for the project described in subsection 
        (c)(26);
          ``(12) $7,800,000 for the project described in subsection 
        (c)(27);
          ``(13) $18,000,000 for the project described in subsection 
        (c)(31); and
          ``(14) $30,000,000 for the project described in subsection 
        (c)(40).''.

SEC. 507. EXPEDITED COMPLETION OF REPORTS AND CONSTRUCTION FOR CERTAIN 
                    PROJECTS.

  The Secretary shall expedite completion of the reports and, if the 
Secretary determines the project is feasible, shall expedite completion 
of construction for the following projects:
          (1) Welch Point, Elk River, Cecil County, Maryland, and 
        Chesapeake, Maryland, being carried out under section 535 of 
        the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 348-
        349).
          (2) West View Shores, Cecil County, Maryland, being carried 
        out under section 521 of the Water Resources Development Act of 
        2000 (114. Stat. 2655).
          (3) Sylvan Beach Breakwater, Verona, Oneida County, New York, 
        being carried out under section 3 of the Act entitled ``An Act 
        authorizing Federal participation in the cost of protecting the 
        shores of publicly owned property'', approved August 13, 1946 
        (33 U.S.C. 426g).
          (4) Fulmer Creek, Village of Mohawk, New York, being carried 
        out under section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 
        U.S.C. 701s).
          (5) Moyer Creek, Village of Frankfort, New York, being 
        carried out under section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 
        (33 U.S.C. 701s).
          (6) Steele Creek, Village of Ilion, New York, being carried 
        out under section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 
        U.S.C. 701s).

SEC. 508. EXPEDITED COMPLETION OF REPORTS FOR CERTAIN PROJECTS.

  The Secretary shall expedite completion of the reports for the 
following projects and, if the Secretary determines that a project is 
justified in the completed report, proceed directly to project 
preconstruction, engineering, and design:
          (1) Project for flood damage reduction and ecosystem 
        restoration, Sacramento and San Joaquin River basins, Hamilton, 
        California.
          (2) Project for shoreline protection, Detroit River Greenway 
        Corridor, Detroit, Michigan.

SEC. 509. SOUTHEASTERN WATER RESOURCES ASSESSMENT.

  The Secretary may provide assistance to a coordinated effort by 
Federal, State, and local agencies, non-Federal and nonprofit entities, 
regional researchers, and other interested parties to assess the water 
resources and water resources needs of river basins and watersheds of 
the southeastern United States.

SEC. 510. UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM.

  Section 1103(e)(7)(A) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 
(33 U.S.C. 652(e)(7)(A)) is amended by adding at the end the following: 
``The non-Federal interest may provide the non-Federal share of the 
cost of the project in the form of services, materials, supplies, or 
other in-kind contributions.''.

SEC. 511. MISSOURI AND MIDDLE MISSISSIPPI RIVERS ENHANCEMENT PROJECT.

  Section 514(g) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 
Stat. 343) is amended by striking ``and 2001'' and inserting ``through 
2015''.

SEC. 512. MEMBERSHIP OF MISSOURI RIVER TRUST.

  Section 904(b)(1)(B) of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 
(114 Stat. 2708) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``and'' at the end of clause (vii);
          (2) by redesignating clause (viii) as clause (ix); and
          (3) by inserting after clause (vii) the following:
                          ``(viii) rural water systems; and''.

SEC. 513. WATERSHED MANAGEMENT, RESTORATION, AND DEVELOPMENT.

  Section 503(e) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (110 
Stat. 3757) is amended by striking ``$15,000,000'' and inserting 
``$25,000,000''.

SEC. 514. GREAT LAKES FISHERY AND ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION.

  Section 506(f)(3)(B) of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 
(42 U.S.C. 1962d; 114 Stat. 2646) is amended by striking ``50 percent'' 
and inserting ``100 percent''.

SEC. 515. SUSQUEHANNA, DELAWARE, AND POTOMAC RIVER BASINS.

  (a) Ex Officio Member.--Notwithstanding section 3001(a) of the 1997 
Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Recovery From Natural 
Disasters, and for Overseas Peacekeeping Efforts, Including Those in 
Bosnia (111 Stat. 176) and section 2.2 of both the Susquehanna River 
Basin Compact (Public Law 91-575) and the Delaware River Basin Compact 
(Public Law 87-328), beginning in fiscal year 2002 and thereafter, the 
Division Engineer, North Atlantic Division, Corps of Engineers, shall 
be the ex officio United States member under the Susquehanna River 
Basin Compact and the Delaware River Basin Compact, who shall serve 
without additional compensation and who may designate an alternate 
member or members in accordance with the terms of those respective 
compacts.
  (b) Authorization To Allocate.--The Secretary may allocate funds to 
the Susquehanna River Basin Commission, Delaware River Basin 
Commission, and the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin 
(Potomac River Basin Compact (Public Law 91-407)) to fulfill the 
equitable funding requirements of their respective interstate compacts.
  (c) Water Supply and Conservation Storage.--The Secretary shall enter 
into an agreement with the Delaware River Basin Commission to provide 
temporary water supply and conservation storage at the Francis E. 
Walter Dam, Pennsylvania, during any period in which the Commission has 
determined that a drought warning or drought emergency exists. The 
agreement shall provide that the cost for any such water supply and 
conservation storage shall not exceed the incremental operating costs 
associated with providing the storage.

SEC. 516. CHESAPEAKE BAY ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION AND PROTECTION 
                    PROGRAM.

  Section 510(i) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (110 
Stat. 3761) is amended by striking ``$10,000,000'' and inserting 
``$30,000,000''.

SEC. 517. MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA.

  The Secretary shall review the navigation and aquatic ecosystem 
restoration components of the Montgomery Riverfront and Downtown Master 
Plan, Montgomery, Alabama, dated May 2001, and prepared by the non-
Federal interest and, if the Secretary determines that those components 
meet the evaluation and design standards of the Corps of Engineers and 
that the components are feasible, may carry out the components at a 
Federal cost not to exceed $5,000,000.

SEC. 518. ALASKA.

  Section 570 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
369) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (e)(3)(B) by striking the last sentence;
          (2) in subsection (h) by striking ``$25,000,000'' and 
        inserting ``$40,000,000''; and
          (3) by adding at the end the following:
  ``(i) Nonprofit Entities.--Notwithstanding section 221(b) of the 
Flood Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b(b)), for any project 
undertaken under this section, a non-Federal interest may include a 
nonprofit entity, with the consent of the affected local government.
  ``(j) Corps of Engineers Expenses.--Ten percent of the amounts 
appropriated to carry out this section may be used by the Corps of 
Engineers district offices to administer projects under this section at 
100 percent Federal expense.''.

SEC. 519. AKUTAN SMALL BOAT HARBOR, ALASKA.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary shall expedite the study for the 
Akutan Small Boat Harbor, Alaska, and upon completion of the 
feasibility study, shall design and construct the project, if the 
Secretary determines that the project is feasible.
  (b) Treatment of Certain Dredging.--The headlands dredging for the 
mooring basin shall be considered general navigation feature for 
purposes of estimating the non-Federal share of the cost of the 
project.

SEC. 520. LOWELL CREEK TUNNEL, SEWARD, ALASKA.

  (a) Long-Term Maintenance and Repair.--The Secretary shall assume 
responsibility for the long-term maintenance and repair of the Lowell 
Creek Tunnel.
  (b) Study.--The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine whether 
alternative methods of flood diversion in Lowell Canyon are feasible.

SEC. 521. ST. HERMAN HARBOR, KODIAK, ALASKA.

  The Secretary shall carry out, on an emergency basis, necessary 
removal of rubble, sediment, and rock that are impeding the entrance to 
the St. Herman Harbor, Kodiak, Alaska, at a Federal cost of $2,000,000.

SEC. 522. AUGUSTA AND CLARENDON, ARKANSAS.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary is authorized to perform operation, 
maintenance, and rehabilitation of authorized and completed levees on 
the White River between Augusta and Clarendon, Arkansas.
  (b) Reimbursement.--After performing the operation, maintenance, and 
rehabilitation under subsection (a), the Secretary shall seek 
reimbursement from the Secretary of the Interior of an amount equal to 
the costs allocated to benefits to a Federal wildlife refuge of such 
operation, maintenance, and rehabilitation.

SEC. 523. LOOMIS LANDING, ARKANSAS.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study of shore damage in the vicinity 
of Loomis Landing, Arkansas, to determine if the damage is the result 
of a Federal navigation project, and, if the Secretary determines that 
the damage is the result of a Federal navigation project, the Secretary 
shall carry out a project to mitigate the damage under section 111 of 
the River and Harbor Act of 1968 (33 U.S.C. 426i).

SEC. 524. ST. FRANCIS RIVER BASIN, ARKANSAS AND MISSOURI.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study of increased siltation and 
streambank erosion in the St. Francis River basin, Arkansas and 
Missouri, to determine if the siltation or erosion, or both, are the 
result of a Federal flood control project and, if the Secretary 
determines that the siltation or erosion, or both, are the result of a 
Federal flood control project, the Secretary shall carry out a project 
to mitigate the siltation or erosion, or both.

SEC. 525. CAMBRIA, CALIFORNIA.

  Section 219(f)(48) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(114 Stat. 2763A-220) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``$10,300,000'' and inserting the following:
                  ``(A) In general.--$10,300,000'';
          (2) by adding at the end the following:
                  ``(B) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit toward the 
                non-Federal share of the cost of the project not to 
                exceed $3,000,000 for the cost of planning and design 
                work carried out by the non-Federal interest before the 
                date of the cooperation agreement for the project if 
                the Secretary determines that the work is integral to 
                the project.''; and
          (3) by aligning the remainder of the text of subparagraph (A) 
        (as designated by paragraph (1) of this section) with 
        subparagraph (B) (as added by paragraph (2) of this section).

SEC. 526. EAST SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.

  Section 219(f)(22) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(106 Stat. 4835-4836; 113 Stat. 336) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``$25,000,000'' and inserting the following:
                  ``(A) In general.--$25,000,000'';
          (2) by adding at the end the following:
                  ``(B) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit toward the 
                non-Federal share of the cost of the project (i) the 
                cost of design and construction work carried out by the 
                non-Federal interest before the date of the cooperation 
                agreement for the project if the Secretary determines 
                that the work is integral to the project; and (ii) the 
                cost of in-kind services and materials provided for the 
                project by the non-Federal interest.''; and
          (3) by aligning the remainder of the text of subparagraph (A) 
        (as designated by paragraph (1) of this section) with 
        subparagraph (B) (as added by paragraph (2) of this section).

SEC. 527. HARBOR/SOUTH BAY, CALIFORNIA.

  Section 219(f)(43) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(113 Stat. 337; 114 Stat. 2763A-220) is amended by striking 
``California.'' and inserting ``California, and for the Southern Los 
Angeles County Groundwater Pipeline Project, Pico Rivera, Downey, 
Bellflower, Paramount Lakewood, and Long Beach, California.''.

SEC. 528. SACRAMENTO AREA, CALIFORNIA.

  Section 219(f)(23) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(106 Stat. 4835-4836; 113 Stat. 336) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``$25,000,000'' and inserting 
        ``$35,000,000''; and
          (2) by inserting ``water supply and'' before ``regional''.

SEC. 529. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.

  (a) Pier 70 Wharf 5 Removal and Dredging Project.--The Secretary, in 
cooperation with the Port of San Francisco, shall carry out the project 
for removal of Wharf 5 and associated pilings and dredgings at Pier 70 
in San Francisco, California, substantially in accordance with the 
Port's redevelopment plans.
  (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated $1,600,000 to carry out this section.

SEC. 530. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, WATERFRONT AREA.

  (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 
the portion of the San Francisco, California, waterfront area described 
in subsection (b) are not in the public interest, such portion is 
declared to be nonnavigable waters of the United States.
  (b) Northern Embarcadero South of Bryant Street.--The portion of the 
San Francisco, California, waterfront area referred to in subsection 
(a) is as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the northwesterly 
line of Bryant Street with the southwesterly line of Spear Street, 
which intersection lies on the line of jurisdiction of the San 
Francisco Port Authority; following thence westerly and southerly along 
said line of jurisdiction as described in the State of California 
Harbor and Navigable Code Section 1770, as amended in 1961, to its 
intersection with the easterly line of Townsend Street produced 
southerly; thence northerly along said easterly line of Townsend Street 
produced to its intersection with the United States Government pier-
head line; thence following said pier-head line westerly and northerly 
to its intersection with the existing boundary line of Piers 30/32, 
then northerly and easterly along the existing boundary of Piers 30/32 
until its intersection with the United States Government pier-head 
line, thence following said pier-head line westerly and northerly to 
the northwesterly line of Bryant Street produced northwesterly; thence 
southwesterly along said northwesterly line of Bryant Street produced 
to the point of beginning.
  (c) Requirement That Area Be Improved.--The declaration of 
nonnavigability under subsection (a) applies only to those parts of the 
area described in subsection (b) that are or will be bulkheaded, 
filled, or otherwise occupied by permanent structures. All such work is 
subject to all applicable Federal statutes and regulations, including 
sections 9 and 10 of the Act of March 3, 1899 (33 U.S.C. 401 and 403; 
30 Stat. 1151), commonly known as the Rivers and Harbors Appropriation 
Act of 1899, section 404 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (33 
U.S.C. 1344), and the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 
U.S.C. 4321 et seq.).
  (d) Expiration Date.--If, 20 years from the date of enactment of this 
Act, any area or part thereof described in subsection (b) is not 
bulkheaded or filled or occupied by permanent structures, including 
marina facilities, in accordance with the requirements set out in 
subsection (c), or if work in connection with any activity permitted in 
subsection (c) 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. 531. STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA.

  The Secretary shall reevaluate the feasibility of the Lower Mosher 
Slough element and the levee extensions on the Upper Calaveras River 
element of the project for flood control, Stockton Metropolitan Area, 
California, carried out under section 211(f)(3) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 3683), to determine the eligibility 
of such elements for reimbursement under section 211 of such Act (33 
U.S.C. 701b-13). If the Secretary determines that such elements are 
feasible, the Secretary shall reimburse, subject to appropriations, the 
non-Federal interest under section 211 of such Act for the Federal 
share of the cost of such elements.

SEC. 532. EVERGLADES RESTORATION, FLORIDA.

  (a) Comprehensive Plan.--
          (1) Hillsboro and okeechobee aquifer.--Section 601(b)(2)(A) 
        of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 (114 Stat. 2681) 
        is amended--
                  (A) in clause (i) by adding at the end the following: 
                ``The project for aquifer storage and recovery, 
                Hillsboro and Okeechobee Aquifer, Florida, authorized 
                by section 101(a)(16) of the Water Resources 
                Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 276), shall be 
                treated for purposes of this section as being in the 
                Plan.''; and
                  (B) in clause (iii) by inserting after ``subparagraph 
                (B)'' the following: ``and the project for aquifer 
                storage and recovery, Hillsboro and Okeechobee 
                Aquifer''.
          (2) Outreach and assistance.--Section 601(k) of such Act (114 
        Stat. 2691-2692) is amended by adding at the end the following:
          ``(3) Maximum expenditures.--The Secretary may expend up to 
        $3,000,000 per fiscal year for fiscal years beginning after 
        September 30, 2002, to carry out this subsection.''.
  (b) Critical Restoration Projects.--Section 528(b)(3)(C) of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 3769; 113 Stat. 286) is 
amended--
          (1) in clause (i) by striking ``$75,000,000'' and all that 
        follows through ``2003'' and inserting ``$95,000,000''; and
          (2) in clause (ii) by striking ``$25,000,000'' and inserting 
        ``$30,000,000''.

SEC. 533. MAYO'S BAR LOCK AND DAM, COOSA RIVER, ROME, GEORGIA.

  The Secretary may provide assistance for the reconstruction of the 
Mayo's Bar Lock and Dam, Coosa River, Rome, Georgia.

SEC. 534. RILEY CREEK RECREATION AREA, IDAHO.

  The Secretary is authorized to carry out the Riley Creek Recreation 
Area Operation Plan of the Albeni Falls Management Plan, dated October 
2001, for the Riley Creek Recreation Area, Albeni Falls Dam, Bonner 
County, Idaho.

SEC. 535. GRAND TOWER DRAINAGE AND LEVEES, GRAND TOWER TOWNSHIP, 
                    ILLINOIS.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary is authorized to perform operation and 
maintenance of authorized and completed levees on the Mississippi River 
in Grand Tower Township, Illinois.
  (b) Allocation of Costs.--The Secretary shall allocate the cost of 
operation and maintenance performed under subsection (a) on the basis 
of whether the lands protected by the levees are owned by the United 
States.
  (c) Non-Federal Costs.--If the lands protected by the levees are not 
owned by the United States, the cost of operation and maintenance 
allocated to protecting such lands under subsection (b) shall be a non-
Federal cost.
  (d) Federal Costs.--If the lands protected by the levees are owned by 
the United States, the cost of operation and maintenance allocated to 
protecting such lands under subsection (b) shall be a Federal cost. 
After performing the operation and maintenance under subsection (a), 
the Secretary shall seek reimbursement from the Secretary of the 
Agriculture of an amount equal to the costs allocated to protecting 
lands owned by the Department of Agriculture.

SEC. 536. KASKASKIA RIVER BASIN, ILLINOIS, RESTORATION.

  (a) Kaskaskia River Basin Defined.--In this section, the term 
``Kaskaskia River basin'' means the Kaskaskia River, Illinois, its 
backwaters, its side channels, and all tributaries, including their 
watersheds, draining into the Kaskaskia River.
  (b) Comprehensive Plan.--
          (1) Development.--The Secretary shall develop, as 
        expeditiously as practicable, a comprehensive plan for the 
        purpose of restoring, preserving, and protecting the Kaskaskia 
        River basin.
          (2) Technologies and innovative approaches.--The 
        comprehensive plan shall provide for the development of new 
        technologies and innovative approaches--
                  (A) to enhance the Kaskaskia River as a 
                transportation corridor;
                  (B) to improve water quality within the entire 
                Kaskaskia River basin;
                  (C) to restore, enhance, and preserve habitat for 
                plants and wildlife;
                  (D) to increase economic opportunity for agriculture 
                and business communities; and
                  (E) to reduce the impacts of flooding to communities 
                and landowners.
          (3) Specific components.--The comprehensive plan shall 
        include such features as are necessary to provide for--
                  (A) the development and implementation of a program 
                for sediment removal technology, sediment 
                characterization, sediment transport, and beneficial 
                uses of sediment;
                  (B) the development and implementation of a program 
                for the planning, conservation, evaluation, and 
                construction of measures for fish and wildlife habitat 
                conservation and rehabilitation, and stabilization and 
                enhancement of land and water resources in the basin;
                  (C) the development and implementation of a long-term 
                resource monitoring program;
                  (D) the development and implementation of a 
                computerized inventory and analysis system; and
                  (E) the development and implementation of a systemic 
                plan to reduce flood impacts by means of ecosystem 
                restoration projects.
          (4) Consultation.--The comprehensive plan shall be developed 
        by the Secretary in consultation with appropriate Federal 
        agencies, the State of Illinois, and the Kaskaskia River 
        Coordinating Council.
          (5) Report to congress.--Not later than 2 years after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall transmit to 
        Congress a report containing the comprehensive plan.
          (6) Additional studies and analyses.--After transmission of a 
        report under paragraph (5), the Secretary shall conduct studies 
        and analyses of projects related to the comprehensive plan that 
        are appropriate and consistent with this subsection.
  (c) General Provisions.--
          (1) Water quality.--In carrying out activities under this 
        section, the Secretary's recommendations shall be consistent 
        with applicable State water quality standards.
          (2) Public participation.--In developing the comprehensive 
        plan under subsection (b), the Secretary shall implement 
        procedures to facilitate public participation, including 
        providing advance notice of meetings, providing adequate 
        opportunity for public input and comment, maintaining 
        appropriate records, and making a record of the proceedings of 
        meetings available for public inspection.
  (d) Coordination.--The Secretary shall integrate activities carried 
out under this section with ongoing Federal and State programs, 
projects, and activities, including the following:
          (1) Farm programs of the Department of Agriculture.
          (2) Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (State of 
        Illinois) and Conservation 2000 Ecosystem Program of the 
        Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
          (3) Conservation 2000 Conservation Practices Program and the 
        Livestock Management Facilities Act administered by the 
        Illinois Department of Agriculture.
          (4) National Buffer Initiative of the Natural Resources 
        Conservation Service.
          (5) Nonpoint source grant program administered by the 
        Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.
  (e) Cost Sharing.--
          (1) In general.--The non-Federal share of the cost of 
        activities carried out under this section shall be 35 percent.
          (2) In-kind services.--The Secretary may credit the cost of 
        in-kind services provided by the non-Federal interest for an 
        activity carried out under this section toward not more than 80 
        percent of the non-Federal share of the cost of the activity. 
        In-kind services shall include all State funds expended on 
        programs that accomplish the goals of this section, as 
        determined by the Secretary. The programs may include the 
        Kaskaskia River Conservation Reserve Program, the Illinois 
        Conservation 2000 Program, the Open Lands Trust Fund, and other 
        appropriate programs carried out in the Kaskaskia River basin.

SEC. 537. NATALIE CREEK, MIDLOTHIAN AND OAK FOREST, ILLINOIS.

  The Secretary shall carry out a project for flood damage reduction 
under section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948 (33 U.S.C. 701s) 
Natalie Creek, Midlothian and Oak Forest, Illinois, if the Secretary 
determines that the project is feasible.

SEC. 538. ILLINOIS RIVER BASIN RESTORATION.

  Section 519(c)(2) of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 (114 
Stat. 2654) is amended by striking ``2004'' and inserting ``2010''.

SEC. 539. CALUMET REGION, INDIANA.

  Section 219(f)(12) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(113 Stat. 335) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``$10,000,000'' and inserting 
        ``$30,000,000''; and
          (2) by striking ``Lake and Porter'' and inserting ``Benton, 
        Jasper, Lake, Newton, and Porter''.

SEC. 540. RATHBUN LAKE, IOWA.

  (a) Conveyance.--The Secretary shall convey the remaining water 
supply storage allocation in Rathbun Lake, Iowa, to the Rathbun 
Regional Water Association (in this section referred to as the ``Water 
Association'').
  (b) Cost Sharing.--Notwithstanding the Water Supply Act of 1958 (43 
U.S.C. 390b), the Water Association shall pay 100 percent of the cost 
of the water supply storage allocation to be conveyed under subsection 
(a). The Secretary shall credit toward such non-Federal share the cost 
of any structures and facilities constructed by the Water Association 
at the project.
  (c) Terms and Conditions.--Before conveying the water supply storage 
allocation under subsection (a), the Secretary shall enter into an 
agreement with the Water Association under which the Water Association 
shall agree to--
          (1) in accordance with designs approved by the Chief of 
        Engineers, construct structures and facilities referred to in 
        subsection (b) that have a value equal to or greater than the 
        amount that otherwise would be paid to the Federal Government 
        for the costs of the water supply storage under the Water 
        Supply Act of 1958 (43 U.S.C. 390b);
          (2) be responsible for operating and maintaining the 
        structures and facilities;
          (3) pay all operation and maintenance costs allocated to the 
        water supply storage space;
          (4) use any revenues generated at the structures and 
        facilities that are above those required to operate and 
        maintain or improve the complex to undertake, subject to the 
        approval of the Chief of Engineers, activities that will 
        improve the quality of the environment in the Rathbun Lake 
        watershed area; and
          (5) such other terms and conditions as the Secretary 
        considers necessary to protect the interests of the United 
        States.

SEC. 541. MAYFIELD CREEK AND TRIBUTARIES, KENTUCKY.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study of flood damage along Mayfield 
Creek and tributaries between Wickliffe and Mayfield, Kentucky, to 
determine if the damage is the result of a Federal flood damage 
reduction project, and, if the Secretary determines that the damage is 
the result of a Federal flood damage reduction project, the Secretary 
shall carry out a project to mitigate the damage at Federal expense.

SEC. 542. SOUTHERN AND EASTERN KENTUCKY.

  (a) Project Purposes.--Section 531(b) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 3773) is amended by inserting before 
``and resource'' the following: ``, environmental restoration,''.
  (b) Definition.--Section 531(g) of such Act (110 Stat. 3774) is 
amended by inserting after ``Lee,'' the following: ``Bath, Rowan,''.
  (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--Section 531(h) of such Act (110 
Stat. 3774; 113 Stat. 348) is amended by striking ``$25,000,000'' and 
inserting ``$40,000,000''.
  (d) Corps of Engineers Expenses.--Section 531 of such Act (110 Stat. 
3774; 113 Stat. 348) is amended by adding at the end the following:
  ``(i) Corps of Engineers Expenses.--Ten percent of the amounts 
appropriated to carry out this section may be used by the Corps of 
Engineers district offices to administer projects under this section at 
100 percent Federal expense.''.

SEC. 543. COASTAL LOUISIANA ECOSYSTEM PROTECTION AND RESTORATION.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions apply:
          (1) Coastal louisiana ecosystem.--The term ``Coastal 
        Louisiana Ecosystem'' means the coastal area of Louisiana from 
        the Sabine River on the west to the Pearl River on the east and 
        includes tidal waters, barrier islands, marshes, coastal 
        wetlands, rivers and streams, and adjacent areas.
          (2) Governor.--The term ``Governor'' means the Governor of 
        Louisiana.
          (3) Task force.--The term ``Task Force'' means the Coastal 
        Louisiana Ecosystem Protection and Restoration Task Force 
        established by subsection (e).
  (b) Comprehensive Plan.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall develop a comprehensive 
        plan for the purpose of protecting, preserving, and restoring 
        the Coastal Louisiana Ecosystem. The comprehensive plan shall 
        provide for the protection, conservation and restoration of the 
        wetlands, barrier islands, shorelines, and related lands and 
        features that protect critical resources, habitat, and 
        infrastructure from the impacts of coastal storms, hurricanes, 
        erosion, and subsidence.
          (2) Deadline.--Not later than July 1, 2004, the Secretary 
        shall transmit the plan to Congress.
          (3) Contents.--The plan shall include a comprehensive report 
        and a programmatic environmental impact statement covering the 
        proposed Federal action set forth in the plan.
          (4) Additional studies and analyses.--After transmission of a 
        report under this subsection, the Secretary may conduct studies 
        and analyses of projects related to the comprehensive plan that 
        are appropriate and consistent with this subsection.
  (c) Integration of Other Activities.--
          (1) In general.--In developing the plan under subsection (b), 
        the Secretary shall integrate ongoing Federal and State 
        projects and activities, including projects implemented under 
        the Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act 
        (16 U.S.C. 3951 et seq.), the Louisiana Coastal Wetlands 
        Conservation Plan, the Louisiana Coastal Zone Management Plan, 
        and the plan of the State of Louisiana entitled ``Coast 2050: 
        Toward a Sustainable Coastal Louisiana''.
          (2) Statutory construction.--
                  (A) Existing authority.--Except as otherwise 
                expressly provided for in this section, nothing in the 
                section affects any authority in effect on the date of 
                enactment of this Act, or any requirement relating to 
                the participation in protection or restoration 
                activities in the Coastal Louisiana Ecosystem, 
                including projects and activities specified in 
                paragraph (1) of--
                          (i) the Department of the Army;
                          (ii) the Department of the Interior;
                          (iii) the Department of Commerce;
                          (iv) the Environmental Protection Agency;
                          (v) the Department of Agriculture;
                          (vi) the Department of Transportation;
                          (vii) the Department of Energy; and
                          (viii) the State of Louisiana.
                  (B) New authority.--Nothing in this section confers 
                any new regulatory authority on any Federal or non-
                Federal entity that carries out any activity authorized 
                by this section.
  (d) Cost Sharing.--The non-Federal share of the cost of developing 
the plan under subsection (b) shall be 50 percent.
  (e) Coastal Louisiana Ecosystem Protection and Restoration Task 
Force.--
          (1) Establishment and membership.--There is established the 
        Coastal Louisiana Ecosystem Protection and Restoration Task 
        Force, which shall consist of the following members (or, in the 
        case of the head of a Federal Agency, a designee at the level 
        of Assistant Secretary or an equivalent level):
                  (A) The Secretary.
                  (B) The Secretary of the Interior.
                  (C) The Secretary of Commerce.
                  (D) The Administrator of the Environmental Protection 
                Agency.
                  (E) The Secretary of Agriculture.
                  (F) The Secretary of Transportation.
                  (G) The Secretary of Energy.
                  (H) The Coastal Advisor to the Governor.
                  (I) The Secretary of the Louisiana Department of 
                Natural Resources.
                  (J) A representative of the Governor's Advisory 
                Commission on Coastal Restoration and Conservation, 
                Louisiana.
          (2) Duties of task force.--The Task Force--
                  (A) shall consult with, and provide recommendations 
                to, the Secretary during development of the 
                comprehensive plan under subsection (b)(1);
                  (B) shall coordinate the development of consistent 
                policies, strategies, plans, programs, projects, 
                activities, and priorities for addressing the 
                protection, conservation, and restoration of the 
                Coastal Louisiana Ecosystem;
                  (C) shall exchange information regarding programs, 
                projects, and activities of the agencies and entities 
                represented on the Task Force to promote ecosystem 
                protection, restoration, and maintenance;
                  (D) shall establish a regional working group which 
                shall include representatives of the agencies and 
                entities represented on the Task Force as well as other 
                governmental entities as appropriate for the purpose of 
                formulating, recommending, coordinating, and 
                implementing policies, strategies, plans, programs, 
                projects, activities, and priorities of the Task Force;
                  (E) may allow the working group described in 
                subparagraph (D) to--
                          (i) establish such advisory bodies as are 
                        necessary to assist the Task Force in its 
                        duties; and
                          (ii) select as an advisory body any entity 
                        that represents a broad variety of private and 
                        public interests;
                  (F) shall facilitate the resolution of interagency 
                and intergovernmental conflicts associated with the 
                protection, conservation, and restoration of the 
                Coastal Louisiana Ecosystem;
                  (G) shall coordinate scientific research associated 
                with the protection and restoration of the Coastal 
                Louisiana Ecosystem;
                  (H) shall provide assistance and support to agencies 
                and entities represented on the Task Force in their 
                protection and restoration activities;
                  (I) shall prepare an integrated financial plan and 
                recommendations for coordinated budget requests for the 
                funds proposed to be expended by agencies and entities 
                represented on the Task Force for the protection, 
                conservation, and restoration of the Coastal Louisiana 
                Ecosystem; and
                  (J) shall transmit to the Committee on Transportation 
                and Infrastructure of the House of Representatives and 
                the Committee on Environment and Public Works of the 
                Senate a report that summarizes the activities of the 
                Task Force.
          (3) Procedures and advice.--
                  (A) Public participation.--
                          (i) In general.--The Task Force shall 
                        implement procedures to facilitate public 
                        participation in the advisory process, 
                        including providing advance notice of meetings, 
                        providing adequate opportunity for public input 
                        and comment, maintaining appropriate records, 
                        and making a record of proceedings of meetings 
                        available for public inspection.
                          (ii) Oversight.--The Secretary shall ensure 
                        that the procedures described in clause (i) are 
                        adopted and implemented and that the records 
                        described in clause (i) are accurately 
                        maintained and available for public inspection.
                  (B) Advisors to the task force and working groups.--
                The Task Force or the working group described in 
                paragraph (2)(D) may seek such advice and input from 
                any interested, knowledgeable, or affected party as the 
                Task Force or working group determines to be necessary 
                to perform the duties described in paragraph (2).
                  (C) Application of the federal advisory committee 
                act.--The Task Force, advisors to the Task Force, and 
                any associated workgroups shall not be considered 
                advisory committees under the Federal Advisory 
                Committee Act (5 U.S.C. App).
          (4) Compensation.--A member of the Task Force shall receive 
        no additional compensation for the services provided as a 
        member of the Task Force.
          (5) Travel expenses.--Travel expenses incurred by a member of 
        the Task Force in the performance of services for the Task 
        Force shall be paid by the agency or entity that the member 
        represents.

SEC. 544. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA.

  Section 219(f)(21) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(113 Stat. 336; 114 Stat. 2763A-220) is amended by striking 
``$20,000,000'' and inserting ``$35,000,000''.

SEC. 545. WEST BATON ROUGE PARISH, LOUISIANA.

  Section 517(5) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 
Stat. 345) is amended to read as follows:
          ``(5) Mississippi River, West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, 
        project for waterfront and riverine preservation, restoration, 
        enhancement modifications, and interpretive center 
        development.''.

SEC. 546. CHESAPEAKE BAY SHORELINE, MARYLAND, VIRGINIA, PENNSYLVANIA, 
                    AND DELAWARE.

  (a) In General.--In carrying out comprehensive study of the 
feasibility of a project to address shoreline erosion and related 
sediment management measures to protect water and land resources of the 
Chesapeake Bay, the Secretary may carry out pilot projects to 
demonstrate the feasibility of alternative measures to address sediment 
loads to the Chesapeake Bay from sediment behind dams on the lower 
Susquehanna River.
  (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated $5,000,000 to carry out this section.

SEC. 547. DELMARVA CONSERVATION CORRIDOR, MARYLAND.

  (a) Assistance.--The Secretary may provide technical assistance to 
the Secretary of Agriculture in carrying out the Conservation Corridor 
Demonstration Program authorized under subtitle G of title II of Public 
Law 107-171 (116 Stat. 275-278).
  (b) Coordination and Integration.--In carrying out water resources 
projects in the State of Maryland on land located on the east side of 
the Chesapeake Bay, the Secretary shall coordinate and integrate, to 
the extent practicable, such projects with any activities undertaken to 
implement a conservation corridor plan approved by the Secretary of 
Agriculture under section 2602 of Public Law 107-171 (116 Stat. 275-
276).

SEC. 548. DETROIT RIVER, MICHIGAN.

  Section 568(c)(2) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 
Stat. 368) is amended by striking ``$1,000,000'' and inserting 
``$25,000,000''.

SEC. 549. OAKLAND COUNTY, MICHIGAN.

  Section 219(f)(29) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(113 Stat. 336) is amended by inserting ``sanitary sewer overflows 
and'' before ``combined sewer overflows''.

SEC. 550. ST. CLAIR RIVER AND LAKE ST. CLAIR, MICHIGAN.

  The Secretary shall carry out feasible aquatic ecosystem restoration 
projects identified in the comprehensive management plan for St. Clair 
River and Lake St. Clair, Michigan, developed under section 426 of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 326), at a total 
Federal cost of not to exceed $10,000,000.

SEC. 551. GARRISON AND KATHIO TOWNSHIP, MINNESOTA.

  Section 219(f)(61) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(114 Stat. 2763A-221) is amended by adding at the end the following: 
``Such assistance shall be provided directly to the Garrison-Kathio-
West Mille Lacs Lake Sanitary District, Minnesota.''.

SEC. 552. NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA.

  (a) In General.--Section 569 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1999 (113 Stat. 368) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a) by striking ``Benton, Sherburne,'' and 
        inserting ``Beltrami, Hubbard, Wadena,'';
          (2) by striking the last sentence of subsection (e)(3)(B);
          (3) by striking subsection (g) and inserting the following:
  ``(g) Nonprofit Entities.--Notwithstanding section 221(b) of the 
Flood Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b(b)), for any project 
undertaken under this section, a non-Federal interest may include a 
nonprofit entity.''; and
          (4) by adding at the end the following:
  ``(i) Corps of Engineers Expenses.--Ten percent of the amounts 
appropriated to carry out this section may be used by the Corps of 
Engineers district offices to administer projects under this section at 
100 percent Federal expense.''.
  (b) Biwabik, Minnesota.--The Secretary shall reimburse the non-
Federal interest for the project for environmental infrastructure, 
Biwabik, Minnesota, carried out under section 569 of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 368-369), for planning, 
design, and construction costs incurred by the non-Federal interest 
with respect to the project before the date of the cooperation 
agreement for the project and were in excess of the non-Federal share 
of the project costs if the Secretary determines that the costs are 
appropriate.

SEC. 553. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.

  Section 219(f)(32) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(106 Stat. 4835-4836; 113 Stat. 337) is amended by striking 
``$15,000,000'' and inserting ``$35,000,000''.

SEC. 554. RURAL NEVADA.

  Section 595(h)(1) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 
(113. Stat. 384) is amended by striking ``$25,000,000'' and inserting 
``$40,000,000''.

SEC. 555. HACKENSACK MEADOWLANDS AREA, NEW JERSEY.

  Section 324 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 (106 Stat. 
4849; 110 Stat. 3779) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a) by striking ``Hackensack Meadowlands 
        Development'' and all that follows through ``Plan for'' and 
        inserting ``New Jersey Meadowlands Commission for the 
        development of an environmental improvement program for'';
          (2) in subsection (b)--
                  (A) in the subsection heading by striking 
                ``Required'';
                  (B) by striking ``shall'' and inserting ``may''; and
                  (C) by striking paragraph (1) and inserting the 
                following:
          ``(1) Enhancement and acquisition of significant wetlands 
        that contribute to the Meadowlands ecosystem.'';
          (3) in subsection (c) by inserting before the last sentence 
        the following: ``The non-Federal sponsor may also provide in-
        kind services, not to exceed 25 percent of the total project 
        cost, and may also receive credit for reasonable cost of design 
        work completed prior to entering into the cooperation agreement 
        with the Secretary for a project to be carried out under the 
        program developed under subsection (a).''; and
          (4) in subsection (d) by striking ``$5,000,000'' and 
        inserting ``$35,000,000''.

SEC. 556. ATLANTIC COAST OF NEW YORK.

  (a) Development of Program.--Section 404(a) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 (106 Stat. 4863) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``processes'' and inserting ``and related 
        environmental processes'';
          (2) by inserting after ``Atlantic Coast'' the following: 
        ``(and associated back bays)'';
          (3) by inserting after ``actions'' the following: ``, 
        environmental restoration or conservation measures for coastal 
        and back bays,''; and
          (4) by inserting at the end the following: ``The plan for 
        collecting data and monitoring information included in such 
        annual report shall be fully coordinated with and agreed to by 
        appropriate agencies of the State of New York.''.
  (b) Annual Reports.--Section 404(b) of such Act is amended--
          (1) by striking ``Initial Plan.--Not later than 12 months 
        after the date of enactment of this Act, the'' and inserting 
        ``Annual Reports.--The'';
          (2) by striking ``initial plan for data collection and 
        monitoring'' and inserting ``annual report of data collection 
        and monitoring activities''; and
          (3) by striking the last sentence.
  (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--Section 404(c) of such Act (113 
Stat. 341) is amended by striking ``and an additional total of 
$2,500,000 for fiscal years thereafter'' and inserting ``$2,500,000 for 
fiscal years 2000 through 2002, and $17,000,000 for fiscal years 
beginning after September 30, 2002,''.

SEC. 557. COLLEGE POINT, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK.

  In carrying out section 312 of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1990 (104 Stat. 4639-4640), the Secretary shall give priority to work 
in College Point, New York City, New York.

SEC. 558. FLUSHING BAY AND CREEK, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK.

  The Secretary shall credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost 
of the project for ecosystem restoration, Flushing Bay and Creek, New 
York City, New York, the cost of design and construction work carried 
out by the non-Federal interest before the date of the cooperation 
agreement for the project if the Secretary determines that the work is 
integral to the project.

SEC. 559. LITTLE NECK BAY, VILLAGE OF KINGS POINT, NEW YORK.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary may carry out a navigation project at 
Little Neck Bay (Hague Basin), Village of Kings Point, New York, 
sufficient to permit the safe operation of the vessel T/V Kings Pointer 
at all tide levels.
  (b) Reimbursement.--The Secretary shall seek reimbursement from the 
United States Merchant Marine Academy for the cost of the project 
carried out under this section.

SEC. 560. STANLEY COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.

  Section 219(f)(64) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(114 Stat. 2763A-221) is amended by inserting ``water and'' before 
``wastewater''.

SEC. 561. PIEDMONT LAKE DAM, OHIO.

  In reconstructing the road on the Piedmont Lake Dam as part of the 
project for dam safety assurance, Piedmont Lake Dam, Ohio, being 
carried out under section 4 of the Flood Control Act of August 11, 1939 
(53 Stat. 1414-1415), the Secretary shall upgrade the condition of the 
road to meet standards applicable to public use roads in the State of 
Ohio. The incremental cost of upgrading the road to meet such standards 
shall be a non-Federal expense.

SEC. 562. WAURIKA LAKE, OKLAHOMA.

  The remaining obligation of the Waurika Project Master Conservancy 
District payable to the United States Government in the amounts, rates 
of interest, and payment schedules is set at the amounts, rates of 
interest, and payment schedules that existed, and that both parties 
agreed to, on June 3, 1986, and may not be adjusted, altered, or 
changed without a specific, separate, and written agreement between the 
District and the United States Government.

SEC. 563. COLUMBIA RIVER, OREGON.

  Section 401(b)(3) of Public Law 100-581 (102 Stat. 2944), is amended 
by inserting ``and Celilo Village, Oregon'' after ``existing sites''.

SEC. 564. EUGENE, OREGON.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary shall conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of restoring the millrace in Eugene, Oregon, and, if the 
Secretary determines that the restoration is feasible, shall carry out 
the restoration.
  (b) Consideration of Non-Economic Benefits.--In determining the 
feasibility of restoring the millrace, the Secretary shall include non-
economic benefits associated with the historical significance of the 
millrace and associated with preservation and enhancement of resources.
  (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section $20,000,000.

SEC. 565. JOHN DAY LOCK AND DAM, LAKE UMATILLA, OREGON AND WASHINGTON.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary shall pay up to $2,500,000 to the 
provider of research and curation support previously provided to the 
Federal Government as a result of the multi-purpose project, John Day 
Lock and Dam, Lake Umatilla, Oregon and Washington, authorized by 
section 101 of the River and Harbor Act of 1950 (64 Stat. 167), and the 
several navigation and flood damage reduction projects constructed on 
the Columbia River and Lower Willamette River, Oregon and Washington.
  (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section $2,500,000.

SEC. 566. LOWELL, OREGON.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary may convey without consideration to 
Lowell School District, by quitclaim deed, all right, title and 
interest of the United States in and to approximately 3.32 acres of 
land and buildings thereon, known as Tract A-82, located in Lowell, 
Oregon, and described in subsection (b).
  (b) Description of Property.--The parcel of land authorized to be 
conveyed under subsection (a) is as follows: Commencing at the point of 
intersection of the west line of Pioneer Street with the westerly 
extension of the north line of Summit Street, in Meadows Addition to 
Lowell, as platted and recorded at page 56 of Volume 4, Lane County 
Oregon Plat Records; thence north on the west line of Pioneer Street a 
distance of 176.0 feet to the true point of beginning of this 
description; thence north on the west line of Pioneer Street a distance 
of 170.0 feet; thence west at right angles to the west line of Pioneer 
Street a distance of 250.0 feet; thence south and parallel to the west 
line of Pioneer Street a distance of 170.0 feet; thence east 250.0 feet 
to the true point of beginning of this description in Section 14, 
Township 19 South, Range 1 West of the Willamette Meridian, Lane 
County, Oregon.
  (c) Terms and Conditions.--Before conveying the parcel to the school 
district, the Secretary shall ensure that the conditions of buildings 
and facilities meet the requirements of applicable Federal law.
  (d) Generally Applicable Provisions.--
          (1) Applicability of property screening provisions.--Section 
        2696 of title 10, United States Code, shall not apply to any 
        conveyance under this section.
          (2) Liability.--An entity to which a conveyance is made under 
        this section shall hold the United States harmless from any 
        liability with respect to activities carried out, on or after 
        the date of the conveyance, on the real property conveyed. The 
        United States shall remain responsible for any liability with 
        respect to activities carried out, before such date, on the 
        real property conveyed.

SEC. 567. HAGERMAN'S RUN, WILLIAMSPORT, PENNSYLVANIA.

  The Secretary may rehabilitate the pumps at the project for flood 
damage reduction, Hagerman's Run, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, at a 
total Federal cost of $225,000.

SEC. 568. NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA.

  Section 219(f)(11) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(113 Stat. 335) is amended by striking ``and Monroe'' and inserting 
``Northumberland, Union, Snyder, and Montour''.

SEC. 569. SUSQUEHANNOCK CAMPGROUND ACCESS ROAD, RAYSTOWN LAKE, 
                    PENNSYLVANIA.

  (a) Improvement of Access Road.--The Secretary may make improvements 
to the Susquehannock Campground access road at Raystown Lake, 
Pennsylvania.
  (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section $500,000.

SEC. 570. UPPER SUSQUEHANNA RIVER BASIN, PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW YORK.

  Section 567 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (114 Stat. 
2662-2663; 110 Stat. 3787-3788) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a)(2) by striking ``$10,000,000.'' and 
        inserting the following: ``$20,000,000, of which the Secretary 
        may utilize not more than $5,000,000 to design and construct 
        feasible pilot projects during the development of the strategy 
        to demonstrate alternative approaches for the strategy. The 
        total cost for any single pilot project may not exceed 
        $500,000. The Secretary shall evaluate the results of the pilot 
        projects and consider the results in the development of the 
        strategy.''.
          (2) in subsection (c)--
                  (A) in the subsection heading by striking 
                ``Cooperation'' and inserting ``Cooperative''; and
                  (B) by striking ``cooperation'' and inserting 
                ``cooperative''; and
          (3) by adding at the end the following:
  ``(e) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit toward the non-Federal 
share of the cost of the project (i) the cost of design and 
construction work carried out by the non-Federal interest before the 
date of the cooperation agreement for the project if the Secretary 
determines that the work is integral to the project; and (ii) the cost 
of in-kind services and materials provided for the project by the non-
Federal interest.''.

SEC. 571. WASHINGTON, GREENE, WESTMORELAND, AND FAYETTE COUNTIES, 
                    PENNSYLVANIA.

  Section 219(f)(70) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(114 Stat. 2763A-221) is amended by striking ``$8,000,000'' and 
inserting ``$13,300,000''.

SEC. 572. CANO MARTIN PENA, SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO.

  The Secretary shall review a report prepared by the non-Federal 
interest concerning flood protection and environmental restoration for 
Cano Martin Pena, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and, if the Secretary 
determines that the report meets the evaluation and design standards of 
the Corps of Engineers and that the project is feasible, may carry out 
the project, at a total cost of $130,000,000, with an estimated Federal 
cost of $85,000,000 and an estimated non-Federal cost of $45,000,000.

SEC. 573. LAKES MARION AND MOULTRIE, SOUTH CAROLINA.

  Section 219(f)(25) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 
(113 Stat. 336; 114 Stat. 2763A-220) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``$15,000,000'' and inserting 
        ``$35,000,0000''; and
          (2) by inserting ``wastewater treatment and'' before ``water 
        supply''.

SEC. 574. UPPER BIG SIOUX RIVER, WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary shall review the project for flood 
damage reduction, Upper Big Sioux River basin, Watertown, South Dakota, 
as described in the report of the Chief of Engineers, dated August 31, 
1994, and entitled ``Watertown and Vicinity, South Dakota'' and, if the 
Secretary determines that the project is feasible, may carry out the 
project, at a total cost of $25,000,000.
  (b) Non-Federal Share.--
          (1) In general.--The non-Federal share of the cost of the 
        review may be provided in the form of in-kind services and 
        materials.
          (2) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit toward the non-
        Federal share of the cost of the review the cost of planning 
        and design work carried out by the non-Federal interest before 
        the date of an agreement for the review if the Secretary 
        determines that such work is integral to the review.

SEC. 575. FRITZ LANDING, TENNESSEE.

  The Secretary shall--
          (1) conduct a study of the Fritz Landing Agricultural Spur 
        Levee, Tennessee, to determine the extent of levee 
        modifications that would be required to make the levee and 
        associated drainage structures consistent with Federal 
        standards;
          (2) design and construct such modifications; and
          (3) after completion of such modifications, incorporate the 
        levee into the project for flood control, Mississippi River and 
        Tributaries, authorized by the Act entitled ``An Act for the 
        control of floods on the Mississippi River and its tributaries, 
        and for other purposes'', approved May 15, 1928 (45 Stat. 534-
        539), commonly known as the ``Flood Control Act of 1928''.

SEC. 576. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.

  The Secretary shall review the aquatic ecosystem restoration 
component of the Memphis Riverfront Development Master Plan, Memphis, 
Tennessee, prepared by the non-Federal interest and, if the Secretary 
determines that the component meets the evaluation and design standards 
of the Corps of Engineers and that the component is feasible, may carry 
out the component at a total Federal cost not to exceed $5,000,000.

SEC. 577. TOWN CREEK, LENOIR CITY, TENNESSEE.

  The Secretary shall construct the project for flood damage reduction 
designated as Alternative 4 in the Town Creek, Lenoir City, Loudon 
City, Tennessee, feasibility report of the Nashville district engineer, 
dated November 2000, at a total cost of $1,250,000.

SEC. 578. TENNESSEE RIVER PARTNERSHIP.

  (a) In General.--As part of the operation and maintenance of the 
project for navigation, Tennessee River, Tennessee, Alabama, 
Mississippi, and Kentucky, authorized by the first section of the 
Rivers and Harbors Act of July 3, 1930 (46 Stat. 927), the Secretary 
may enter into a partnership with a nonprofit entity to remove debris 
from the Tennessee River in the vicinity of Knoxville, Tennessee, by 
providing a vessel to such entity, at Federal expense, for such debris 
removal purposes.
  (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section $500,000.

SEC. 579. CLEAR CREEK AND TRIBUTARIES, HARRIS AND GALVESTON COUNTIES, 
                    TEXAS.

  The Secretary shall expedite completion of the report for the project 
for flood damage reduction, ecosystem restoration, and recreation, 
Clear Creek and tributaries, Harris and Galveston Counties, Texas.

SEC. 580. HALLS BAYOU, TEXAS.

  Section 211(f) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (33 
U.S.C. 701b-13) is amended--
          (1) by redesignating paragraphs (7) and (8) as paragraphs (8) 
        and (9), respectively; and
          (2) by inserting after paragraph (6) the following:
          ``(7) Halls bayou, texas.--The project for flood control, 
        Halls Bayou, Texas.''.

SEC. 581. HARRIS GULLY, HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS.

  (a) Study.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall conduct a study to 
        determine the feasibility of carrying out a project for flood 
        damage reduction in the Harris Gully watershed, Harris County, 
        Texas, to provide flood protection for the Texas Medical 
        Center, Houston, Texas.
          (2) Use of local studies and plans.--In conducting the study, 
        the Secretary shall use, to the extent practicable, studies and 
        plans developed by the non-Federal interest if the Secretary 
        determines that such studies and plans meet the evaluation and 
        design standards of the Corps of Engineers.
          (3) Completion date.--The Secretary shall complete the study 
        by July 1, 2004.
  (b) Critical Flood Damage Reduction Measures.--The Secretary may 
carry out critical flood damage reduction measures that the Secretary 
determines are feasible and that will provide immediate and substantial 
flood damage reduction benefits in the Harris Gully watershed, at a 
Federal cost of $7,000,000.
  (c) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit toward the non-Federal share 
of the cost of the project the cost of planning, design, and 
construction work carried out by the non-Federal interest before the 
date of the cooperation agreement for the project if the Secretary 
determines that such work is integral to the project.
  (d) Nonprofit Entity.--Notwithstanding section 221 of the Flood 
Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b), a nonprofit entity may, with 
the consent of the local government, serve as a non-Federal interest 
for the project undertaken under this section.

SEC. 582. ONION CREEK, TEXAS.

  The Secretary shall credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost 
of the project for flood damage reduction and ecosystem restoration, 
Onion Creek, Texas, the cost of relocation of flood prone residences in 
the study area for the project incurred by the non-Federal interest 
before the date of the cooperation agreement for the project if the 
Secretary determines that the relocation of such residences is integral 
to the project.

SEC. 583. PELICAN ISLAND, TEXAS.

  (a) In General.--Section 108(a) of the Energy and Water Development 
Appropriations Act, 1994 (33 U.S.C. 59hh(a)) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``The Secretary'' and inserting the 
        following:
          ``(1) Authority to convey.--The Secretary'';
          (2) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(2) Letter of intent.--
                  ``(A) In general.--The Secretary may provide a letter 
                of intent to the city of Galveston for conveyance of 
                less than 100 acres of the parcel described in 
                subsection (a) for private development purposes if the 
                Secretary receives and approves a proposal by the city 
                designating the land which would be subject to such 
                development.
                  ``(B) Disposition of spoil.--If the Secretary issues 
                a letter of intent under subparagraph (A), no 
                additional spoil material may be placed on the land 
                designated for private development for a period of at 
                least 5 years from the date of issuance of the letter 
                to provide the city of Galveston with an opportunity to 
                secure private developers, perform appraisals, conduct 
                environmental studies, and provide the compensation to 
                the United States required for the conveyance.''; and
          (3) by aligning the remainder of the text of paragraph (1) 
        (as designated by paragraph (1) of this subsection) with 
        paragraph (2) (as added by paragraph (2) of this subsection).
  (b) Expiration Date.--Section 108(e)(3) of such Act (33 U.S.C. 
59hh(e)(3)) is amended by striking ``date of the enactment of this 
Act'' and inserting ``date of enactment of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 2002''.

SEC. 584. RIVERSIDE OXBOW, FORT WORTH, TEXAS.

  The Secretary shall credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost 
of the project for ecosystem restoration and recreation, Riverside 
Oxbow, Fort Worth, Texas, the cost of design and construction work 
carried out on the Beach Street Dam and associated features by the non-
Federal interest before the date of the cooperation agreement for the 
project if the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the 
project.

SEC. 585. RICHMOND NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD PARK, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary is authorized to carry out bluff 
stabilization measures on the James River in the vicinity of Drewry's 
Bluff, Richmond National Battlefield Park, Richmond, Virginia.
  (b) Reimbursement.--The Secretary shall seek reimbursement from the 
Secretary of the Interior of any costs incurred by the Secretary in 
carrying out subsection (a).

SEC. 586. BAKER BAY AND ILWACO HARBOR, WASHINGTON.

  The Secretary shall conduct a study of increased siltation in Baker 
Bay and Ilwaco Harbor, Washington, to determine if the siltation is the 
result of a Federal navigation project (including diverted flows from 
the Columbia River) and, if the Secretary determines that the siltation 
is the result of a Federal navigation project, the Secretary shall 
carry out a project to mitigate the siltation as part of maintenance of 
the Federal navigation project.

SEC. 587. CHEHALIS RIVER, CENTRALIA, WASHINGTON.

  The Secretary shall credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost 
of the project for flood damage reduction, Chehalis River, Centralia, 
Washington, the cost of planning, design, and construction work carried 
out by the non-Federal interest before the date of the cooperation 
agreement for the project if the Secretary determines that the work is 
integral to the project.

SEC. 588. HAMILTON ISLAND CAMPGROUND, WASHINGTON.

  The Secretary is authorized to plan, design, and construct a 
campground for Bonneville Lock and Dam at Hamilton Island (also know as 
``Strawberry Island'') in Skamania County, Washington.

SEC. 589. PUGET ISLAND, WASHINGTON.

  The Secretary is directed to place dredged and other suitable 
material along portions of the Columbia River shoreline of Puget 
Island, Washington, between river miles 38 to 47 in order to protect 
economic and environmental resources in the area from further erosion, 
at a Federal cost of $1,000,000. This action shall be coordinated with 
appropriate resource agencies and comply with applicable Federal laws.

SEC. 590. WEST VIRGINIA AND PENNSYLVANIA FLOOD CONTROL.

  (a) Cheat and Tygart River Basins, West Virginia.--Section 581(a)(1) 
of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 3790; 113 
Stat. 313) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``flood control measures'' and inserting 
        ``structural and nonstructural flood control, streambank 
        protection, stormwater management, and channel clearing and 
        modification measures''; and
          (2) by inserting ``with respect to measures that incorporate 
        levees or floodwalls'' before the semicolon.
  (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--Section 581(c) of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 3791) is amended by 
striking ``$12,000,000'' and inserting ``$90,000,000''.

SEC. 591. LOWER KANAWHA RIVER BASIN, WEST VIRGINIA.

  The Secretary shall conduct a watershed and river basin assessment 
under section 729 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 
U.S.C. 2267a) for the Lower Kanawha River Basin, in the counties of 
Mason, Putnam, Kanawha, Jackson, and Roane, West Virginia.

SEC. 592. CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIA.

  Section 571 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 (113 Stat. 
371) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) by striking ``Nicholas,''; and
                  (B) by striking ``Gilmer,''; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following:
  ``(i) Nonprofit Entities.--Notwithstanding section 221(b) of the 
Flood Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b(b)), for any project 
undertaken under this section, a non-Federal interest may include a 
nonprofit entity with the consent of the affected local government.
  ``(j) Corps of Engineers Expenses.--Ten percent of the amounts 
appropriated to carry out this section may be used by the Corps of 
Engineers district offices to administer projects under this section at 
100 percent Federal expense.''.

SEC. 593. SOUTHERN WEST VIRGINIA.

  (a) Corps of Engineers.--Section 340 of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 (106 Stat. 4856; 113 Stat. 320) is amended by 
adding at the end the following:
  ``(h) Corps of Engineers.--Ten percent of the amounts appropriated to 
carry out this section for fiscal years 2003 and thereafter may be used 
by the Corps of Engineers district offices to administer projects under 
this section at 100 percent Federal expense.''.
  (b) Southern West Virginia Defined.--Section 340(f) of such Act is 
amended by inserting ``Nicholas,'' after ``Greenbrier,''.
  (c) Nonprofit Entities.--Section 340 of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 (106 Stat. 4856) is further amended by adding 
at the end the following:
  ``(i) Nonprofit Entities.--Notwithstanding section 221(b) of the 
Flood Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b(b)), for any project 
undertaken under this section, a non-Federal interest may include a 
nonprofit entity with the consent of the affected local government.''.

SEC. 594. ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR CRITICAL PROJECTS.

  Section 219(f) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 (106 
Stat. 4835; 113 Stat. 335-337; 114 Stat. 2763A-220-221) is amended by 
adding at the end the following:
          ``(71) Plaquemine, louisiana.--$7,000,000 for sanitary sewer 
        and wastewater infrastructure, Plaquemine, Louisiana.
          ``(72) Charleston, south carolina.--$20,000,000 for 
        wastewater infrastructure, including wastewater collection 
        systems, Charleston, South Carolina.
          ``(73) Cross, south carolina.--$2,000,000 for water-related 
        environmental infrastructure, Cross, South Carolina.
          ``(74) Surfside, south carolina.--$8,000,000 for 
        environmental infrastructure, including stormwater system 
        improvements and ocean outfalls, Surfside, South Carolina.
          ``(75) North myrtle beach, south carolina.--$3,000,000 for 
        environmental infrastructure, including ocean outfalls, North 
        Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
          ``(76) Tia juana valley, california.--$1,400,000 for water-
        related environmental infrastructure, Tia Juana Valley, 
        California.
          ``(77) Cabarrus county, north carolina.--$4,500,000 for 
        water-related infrastructure, Cabarrus County, North Carolina.
          ``(78) Richmond county, north carolina.--$8,000,000 for 
        water-related infrastructure, Richmond County, North Carolina.
          ``(79) Union county, north carolina.--$9,000,000 for 
        wastewater infrastructure, Union County, North Carolina.
          ``(80) Washington, district of columbia.--$35,000,000 for 
        implementation of a combined sewer overflow long term control 
        plan, Washington, District of Columbia.
          ``(81) Greenleaf, idaho.--$500,000 for water and wastewater 
        infrastructure, Greenleaf, Idaho.
          ``(82) Weiser, idaho.--$330,000 for wastewater 
        infrastructure, Weiser, Idaho.
          ``(83) Coolin, idaho.--$2,200,000 for wastewater 
        infrastructure, Coolin, Idaho.
          ``(84) Jerome, idaho.--$5,000,000 for wastewater 
        infrastructure, Jerome, Idaho.
          ``(85) Ledyard and montville, connecticut.--$7,113,000 for 
        water infrastructure, Ledyard and Montville, Connecticut.
          ``(86) Awendaw, south carolina.--$2,000,000 for water-related 
        infrastructure, Awendaw, South Carolina.
          ``(87) St. clair county, alabama.--$5,000,000 for water-
        related infrastructure, St. Clair County, Alabama.
          ``(88) East bay, san francisco and santa clara areas, 
        california.--$4,000,000 for a desalination project to serve the 
        East Bay, San Francisco, and Santa Clara areas, California.
          ``(89) Athens, tennessee.--$16,000,000 for wastewater 
        infrastructure, Athens, Tennessee.''.

                         Purpose of Legislation

    The Water Resources Development Act of 2002 (WRDA 02) 
includes project authorizations, modifications, 
deauthorizations, studies and policy initiatives for the Army 
Corps of Engineers' Civil Works Program--the nation's largest 
water resources program. Throughout its five titles, the bill 
authorizes and directs the Corps to carry out various studies, 
projects, and programs relating to navigation, flood damage 
reduction, shoreline protection, dam safety, water supply, 
recreation, environmental restoration and protection.

                  Background and Need for Legislation

    WRDA 02 demonstrates the continuing commitment of the 
Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure to the Nation's 
water resources infrastructure, and a regular biennial 
authorization schedule for the Civil Works Program of the Army 
Corps of Engineers (Corps), which was instituted by WRDA 86. 
The Committee believes that passage of WRDA 02 is vitally 
important to fulfill commitments to non-Federal sponsors, to be 
responsive to new and emerging water resources needs, and to 
fine-tune the Corps' missions and responsibilities.
    The Committee recognizes the value of the Corps and the 
Corps' Civil Works missions to the Nation and the critical 
importance of maintaining these vital contributions. Over the 
years, the Corps has maintained flexibility in its Civil Works 
missions to meet the changing needs of the Nation. The Corps 
has an impressive history of helping to meet the Nation's water 
resources needs. For over 175 years, the Corps has supported 
navigation needs by maintaining and improving the Nation's 
waterways in 41 states. The Corps also maintains 300 commercial 
harbors, through which pass 2 billion tons of cargo a year, and 
with more than 13 million American jobs dependent on our import 
and export trade, these ports are vital to our economic 
security. The ports and waterways maintained by the Corps also 
play a vital role in national defense.
    Corps flood damage reduction efforts range from small, 
local protection projects (levees or non-structural flood 
damage reduction measures) to major dams. Today, most Corps 
constructed flood protection projects are owned by sponsoring 
cities, towns, and agricultural districts, but the Corps 
continues to maintain and operate 383 dams and reservoirs for 
flood damage reduction. During the 10 years from 1991 through 
2000 the United States suffered $45 billion in property damage 
from floods. During that same period, however, Corps flood 
damage reduction measures prevented more than $208 billion in 
damage--82% of the damage that would have occurred if the 
protection were absent.
    Legislation passed in 1990 established environmental 
protection as one of the primary missions of the Corps--along 
with navigation and flood damage reduction. Since that time, 
ecosystem restoration projects have grown increasingly popular 
throughout the country, resulting in over $1.3 billion in 
appropriations for environmental activities. The Corps has 
provided the necessary leadership on large-scale ecosystem 
restoration projects, including restoring the hydrologic regime 
for the Everglades in Florida and addressing wetland losses of 
catastrophic proportion in Coastal Louisiana. In addition, the 
Corps carries out environmental and natural resource management 
programs at its projects, managing thousands of square miles as 
forest and wildlife habitat, monitoring water quality at its 
dams, and in some cases restoring the environment at projects 
built in earlier days.
    As the Corps program continues to evolve in service to the 
Nation, the Committee notes with interest the efforts of the 
Chief of Engineers to encourage a more holistic approach to 
water resources management. An increased emphasis on watershed 
and basin-wide planning, conducted in conjunction with state 
and local governments and non-public stakeholders, can lead to 
a more sustainable use of water resources that integrates water 
development, protection, and restoration. The Corps can play a 
particularly important role in facilitating planning when the 
issues affecting water resources concern multiple 
jurisdictions. The Corps is encouraged to pursue efforts to 
improve coordination and cooperation in the development of 
recommended approaches to address water resources problems and 
formulating plans to solve these problems.

      Discussion of Committee Bill and Section-by-Section Analysis


Section 1. Short title; table of contents

    (a) Short Title.--Establishes the short title of this Act 
as the ``water Resources Development Act of 2002''.
    (b) Table of Contents.

Section 2. Definition of Secretary

    Defines the term ``Secretary,'' which is used throughout 
the bill, as the Secretary of the Army.

                   TITLE I--WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS

Section 101. Project authorization

    This section authorizes projects for water resources 
development and conservation to be carried out substantially in 
accordance with the reports of the Chief of Engineers cited for 
each project, except as otherwise provided.
            (1) Pine Flat Dam Fish and Wildlife Habitat Restoration, 
                    Fresno County, California
    Location of Study Area: The project area is located at Pine 
Flat Dam on the Kings River in central California, 25 miles 
east of Fresno.
    Problems and Opportunities Identified in Study: The 
construction of Pine Flat dam on the Kings river has altered 
the natural hydraulics and temperatures of the river, affected 
the vegetation, restricted native coldwater fish movements, 
which resulted in the decline of the fishery, affected fish and 
wildlife resources and aquatic wetland habitats, and further 
accelerated the decline of the riverine ecosystem habitat.
    Due to the design and operation of Pine Flat Dam, the 
reservoir can experience a significant increase in water 
temperature at certain times of the year. When there is 
adequate water, water temperatures are well within the optimal 
range for the survival of both coldwater and warm water fish. 
In lower-water years, however, the availability of coldwater 
habitat for native fisheries in the reservoir and lower King 
River can decrease dramatically.
    Water releases from Pine Flat Lake influence the fishery 
downstream in the lower Kings River. During dry and below 
average precipitation years, with below average carryover 
storage, the coldwater reserves may be depleted from the 
reservoir by late summer and early fall, causing water 
temperatures in the reservoir and lower Kings River to exceed 
levels acceptable for coldwater fish growth and survival. In 
addition, low instream flows can adversely affect food supply, 
spatial habitat, and access to shaded riverine aquatic (SRA) 
habitat, and provide favorable habitat for nonnative warn water 
fishery growth, which further declines the native cold water 
survival rate. Finally, various land use activities have 
resulted in some loss of riparian, SRBA, and oak-woodland 
habitat, which has depleted the food source to the associated 
wildlife and special-status species along the river.
    Alternative Plans Considered: The four alternative plans 
considered include: (1) no action; (2) constructing a 
multilevel intake structure on the upstream face of the face of 
the dam to manage the temperature of downstream water releases 
to preserve the cold water in the reservoir and promote 
downstream water temperature suitable to sustain the native 
coldwater fishery throughout the year; (3) reestablishing 
historic floodplain riparian, SRA, and wildlife habitat at Byrd 
Slough along the Kings River immediately south of the Fiant-
Kern Canal Siphon; and (4) a combination of alternatives 2 and 
3.
    Description of Recommended Plan: The recommended plan, 
alternative 4, provides for construction of a multilevel intake 
structure on the upstream face of Pine Flat Dam to allow for 
temperature-controlled releases through the power of the base 
of the dam. The plan also includes the restoration of about 
143.5 acres of historic flood plain, shaded riverine acquatic 
habitat, and wildlife habitat at Byrd Slough along the Kings 
River.
    Physical Data on Project Features:
    (a) Multilevel Intake Structure: A multilevel intake 
structure would be constructed on the upstream face of Pine 
Flat Dam. This multilevel intake structures would consist of 
three separate steel (space frame) structures which extend from 
elevation 953.46 feet, mean sea level (msl), downward to 
elevation 616.5 feet, msl. The three separate steel structures 
would fit over the three existing power penstock intakes. Each 
of the three structures would have three port openings and 
gates. There would be a hoist and cable unit (including a 
motor) for each of the nine openings. The three port openings 
would be 25 feet high and 42 feet wide and will be staggered at 
seven different elevations that would permit selective 
withdrawal of water from a wide range of levels in the 
reservoir.
    Steel gates measuring 27 feet high by 44 feet wide would be 
constructed to close off each of the new port openings. One 
gate on all three of the structures would be at the same 
elevation, and two gates on each of the structures would be at 
different elevations. The gates would open in the downward 
direction and would sit in a structural channel when completely 
open. This design would take the gate loadings off the hoist 
cable. Cladding would be placed on the space frame to enclose 
each of the structures. Steel plates would be put on the bottom 
of each of the space frame structures to prevent water from 
leaking into each structure. A trash rack would be placed on 
the front face of each of the structures to prevent any large 
debris from entering the port openings and to protect the 
structure.
    (b) Byrd Slough Habitat Restoration: About 143.5 acres of 
Fresno County land downstream of the dam and immediately south 
of the Friant-Kern Canada siphon would be acquired by 
conservation easement to reestablish riparian and SRA habitat 
for fish and wildlife along the Kings River. The restoration 
work would involve repairing perimeter forces to exclude cattle 
from the restoration area, installing revegetation signs at the 
fishing access parking area, planting restoration species (250 
plants per acre), designing an irrigation system to the planted 
areas, and installing wildlife habitat enhancement structures. 
In order of priority, these structures could include brush 
piles, bluebird boxes, bat boxes, raptor perches, wood duck 
boxes, and/or songbird perches.
    Views of States, Non-Federal Interests and Other Countries: 
The sponsor, Kings River Conservation District, has continued 
to express support for the project, understands the cost 
sharing requirements during preconstruction engineering and 
design and is prepared to execute a cost sharing agreement upon 
completion of the feasibility study.
    Views of Federal and Regional Agencies: The Department of 
the Interior generally concurs in the recommended plan. The 
Environmental Protection Agency supports the project. The Kings 
River Conservation District strongly supports the recommended 
multi-level intake structure and the Byrd Slough Habitat 
Restoration plan. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service supports 
the recommended plan as indicated in their finding in the 
Coordination Act Report.

Estimated Implementation Costs

                       [October 2001 price levels]

                                                            Cost-sharing
Federal: Corps of Engineers.............................     $24,020,000
Non-Federal: Kings River conservation District..........      13,080,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................      37,100,000

    Description of Non-Federal Implementation Costs: Non-
Federal implementation costs include $335,000 for land 
acquisition and the rest will be cash.

Estimated annual O&M; costs

                       [October 2001 price levels]

                                                            Cost-sharing
Federal: Corps of Engineers.............................               0
Non-Federal: Kings River Conservation District..........         $56,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................          56,000

    Description of Non-Federal O&M; Costs: The operation and 
maintenance costs for the multilevel intake structure consist 
of routine maintenance and replacement of parts over the life 
of the project. The operation and maintenance costs for the 
Byrd Slough Habitat area include monitoring and periodic 
maintenance of fencing.
    Direct Beneficiaries: The long-term benefit is an increase 
in the survival of coldwater species in the lower Kings River 
downstream from Pine Flat Dam and reestablishment of about 
143.5 acres of historic floodplain habitat.
            (2) Morganza, Louisiana to the gulf of Mexico, Louisiana
    Location of Study Area: The study is located in south 
Louisiana between the Mississippi and Atchafalaya rivers. Bayou 
Lafourche forms the western study boundary and Bayou du Large 
and Louisiana Highway 311 from the eastern boundary. The 
eastern and western boundaries form an apex at Thibodaux, 
Louisiana, with the southern boundary being the Gulf of Mexico.
    Problems and Opportunities Identified in Study: Hurricanes 
and tropical storms cause widespread flooding of residential 
and commercial property in the study area. In the summer and 
fall of 1998, three tropical storms and two hurricanes posed 
threats to the Louisiana coast and some degree of flooding was 
experienced. The study basin consists of saline and fresh 
marshes, cypress and tupelogum swamps, bottomland hardwood 
forests, farmlands, industry (both heavy and light), 
residential, and other developed areas. Development in the area 
occurred along alluvial ridges that support numerous 
communities, agricultural developments , and industries, 
approximately half of the structures in the study area are 
adjacent to one of many bayous and waterways that intersect the 
study area. Significant developments located in the study area 
include the cities of Thibodaux and Houma. The elevations along 
bayou ridges just south of Houma are 4-5 feet National Geodetic 
Vertical Datum (NGVD) and less than 1 foot NGVD near the gulf 
of Mexico. The Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District 
currently maintains approximately 20 miles of forced drainage 
levees in various communities, including flood damage reduction 
structures and drainage pumping stations. The existing levees 
have a maximum elevation of +7.0 feet NGVD. The levees protect 
against weak tidal and rainfall events, but not hurricanes. 
Following Hurricane Andrew in 1992, Terrebonne Parish residents 
qualified for more than $23 million FEMA claim settlements. 
However, it is estimated that Hurricane Andrew caused $55 
million in losses in Terrebonne Parish alone because of damage 
to crops and other uninsured property. Hurricane Andrew 
destroyed over 360 homes and damaged approximately 2,900 homes 
in Terrebonne Parish. Over 90 percent of the damage occurred in 
Terrebonne Parish south of Houma, where up to 6 feet of water 
was reported in residential and commercial structures.
    Alternative Plans Considered: Eight alternative plans were 
evaluated during the feasibility study. A preliminary screening 
was performed to reduce the scope and focus detailed 
engineering efforts on the plans that provided the most 
benefit. Two structural alternatives and various non-structural 
alternatives were evaluated in detail throughout feasibility. 
The structural alternatives were known as the Reconnaissance 
Alignment and the Highway 57 Alignment. Both alternatives 
involved raising existing levees and constructing new levees to 
provide reliable protection against a 
50-, 85-, 100- and 500-year flood frequency event. The 
structural plans included earthen levees, sector-gated 
floodgate structures and environmental water control structures 
in the levees that would maintain tidal ebb and flow. The non-
structural plans involved relocation and buy-out and elevation 
of structures within the study area.
    Description of Recommended Plan: The Recommended Plan (the 
National Economic Development Plan) is the 100-year Highway 57 
Alignment. Project features include approximately 72 miles of 
earthen levees with 12 sector-gated floodgate structures, 12 
environmental water control structures road closure structures, 
numerous pipeline relocations, several minor pump station 
discharge realignments and other minor features.
    Physical Data on Project Features: Each project feature 
listed above is a critical component of the levee system, which 
will provide Terrebonne Parish with a reliable 100-year level 
of flood protection. In general, many existing levees will be 
raised approximately three to seven feet and widened with an 
impervious earthen material excavated from nearby borrow sites. 
All floodgates and road closure structures will provide a 
reliable and efficient means to close off vulnerable gaps in 
the levee system. A total of six pump station discharge pipes 
will be relocated through the levee protection to maintain 
interior drainage. Numerous oilfield pipelines will either be 
relocated over the levee or buried to a sufficient depth below 
the levee.
    Views of States, Non-Federal Interests and Other Counties: 
The project is strongly supported by the State of Louisiana, 
Louisiana, Department of Transportation and Development (Local 
Sponsor), Terrebonne Parish, City of Houma, Terrebonne Levee 
and Conservation District, and Congressional representatives. 
There is a strong desire from the local sponsor to cost-share 
in the design and construction of this project.
    Views of Federal and Regional Agencies: The U.S. Fish and 
Wildlife Service and Environmental Protection Agency have 
raised concerns regarding induced floodplain development 
resulting from the Federal project that may have cumulative 
environmental effects on aquatic and terrestrial resources. 
However, there are no significant concerns to prevent this 
project from proceeding into the next phase. Development is 
still regulated by NEPA and the existing permitting process. 
The National Marine Fisheries Service has raised concerns 
regarding increased mitigation for the project. The project 
will mitigate for any direct adverse impacts resulting from 
construction. The Corps continue coordinate with NMFS, USFWS 
and EPA to ensure that adequate compensatory mitigation is 
provided.

Estimated Implementation Costs: $680,000,000

                                                            Cost-sharing
Federal: (65%):
    Corps of Engineers..................................    $442,000,000
Non-Federal Sponsor: (35%)
    Louisiana Department of Transportation and 
      Development.......................................     238,000,000
    LERRDs..............................................      53,000,000
    Work-in-Kind and Cash...............................     185,000,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................     238,000,000

    Description of Non-Federal Implementation Costs:
    LERRDS: The Local Sponsor will be responsible for acquiring 
all necessary lands, easements, rights-of-way, relocations and 
disposal sites for the project.
    Work-in-Kind: The Terrebonne Levee and Conservation 
District has indicated a willingness to design and construct 
various features of the proposed levee alignment for credit. A 
complete list of the features proposed is included in the 
feasibility report. The Corps would coordinate with the Levee 
District to ensure that the features meet or exceed Federal 
standards for hurricane protection levees.

Estimated Annual O&M; Costs

                       [October 2000 price level]

                                                            Cost-sharing
Federal: Corps of Engineers.............................        $920,000
Non-Federal Sponsor: Monarch-Chesterfield Levee District         406,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................       1,326,000

    Description of Federal O&M; Cost: The Gulf Intracoastal 
Waterway and Houma Navigation Canal are Federally maintained, 
navigable waterways. The Corps would assume operation of the 
floodgates along the GIWW and the local to be located in the 
Houma Navigation Canal as part of its O&M; budget.
    Description of Non-Federal O&M; Cost: This cost includes 
general operation and maintenance of floodgate structures, 
environmental water control structures and levees including 
levee inspections, mowing and erosion control.
    Direct Beneficiaries: This project will directly benefit 
the residents and businesses of Terrebonne Parish, and help 
preserve the Louisiana ecosystem.
    The Secretary also is directed to credit toward the non-
Federal share the cost of work carried out by the non-Federal 
interest for interim flood protection after March 31, 1989, if 
integral to the project.
            (3) Smith Island, Maryland
    Location of the Study Area: The project is located in 
Chesapeake Bay on Smith Island, Somerset County, Maryland, 
which is 12 miles west of Crisfield, Maryland, 95 miles south 
of Baltimore. The island straddles the Maryland-Virginia state 
line, but all of the population and all of the project features 
are in Maryland. The Non-Federal sponsors are Somerset County 
and the State of Maryland Departments of the Environment and 
Natural Resources.
    Problems and Opportunities Identified in Study: Smith 
Island is part of a chain of islands that form the border 
between Chesapeake Bay and Tangier Sound, and is comprised of 
97-percent emergent wetlands. The study area is within the 
largest contiguous submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) bed in 
the Bay. Although SAV coverages have been rebounding in the 
last decade throughout the Bay, the Tangier Sound area has seen 
continual decreases in coverage. There are many factors that 
determine whether or not SAV flourishes, some factors are local 
and some are larger-scale. SAV experts have determined that the 
likely over-riding factor in the study area is the effect of 
erosion. As the landmasses that make up Smith Island erode, it 
allows increased wave and current action into shallow-water 
areas that were previously protected, quiescent, and suitable 
for SAV growth. The eroded material also adds turbidity and 
nutrients to the water column that further inhibit SAV 
colonization and growth. Additionally, the landmasses 
themselves are extremely high quality emergent wetlands. These 
wetlands are even more valuable than most since they are part 
of a remote island with little human disruption. In its 
entirety, Smith Island has lost over 3,300 acres of wetlands in 
the last 150 years, and, in the identified project areas alone, 
it lost almost 2,400 acres of SAV between 1992 and 1998.
    Alternative Plans Considered: Investigations during this 
study involved understanding and quantifying the impact of the 
ongoing process of erosion on habitat degradation. It was 
determined that the tremendous loss of SAV around parts of 
Smith Island could be stopped and, to an extent, reversed by 
protecting and restoring lost wetlands in the Martin National 
Wildlife Refuge. A number of structural means were investigated 
including stone revetment, groins, non-traditional bulkheads 
and walls, proprietary erosion control measures, artificial 
beach nourishment, breakwaters/sills, and geotextile 
breakwaters. The study team concluded that the most cost-
effective and reliable way to accomplish this was to construct 
offshore, segmented breakwaters to protect or recreate 
strategic areas along the coastline of the Refuge. In many 
areas, the breakwaters would be back-filled using borrow 
material from the Chesapeake Bay bottom west of the Island. 
This back-fill would create additional wetland habitat and 
greatly increase the effectiveness of the structures.
    Four main areas of analysis were identified in the 
reconnaissance effort and were carried through the feasibility 
process, the Western Shoreline, Fog Point Cove, Back Cove and 
Terrapin Sand Cove. Each of these areas has been seriously 
degraded over time due to erosion. Of the four, no plan at 
Terrapin Sand Cove was recommended for implementation due to 
the exorbitant cost. Plans at the other three areas that form 
the recommended project are estimated to protect 216 acres of 
wetlands and 504 acres of SAV over a 50-year life span, while 
at the same time creating 24 acres of wetlands and 1,440 acres 
of SAV habitat over the same time. Minimal adverse impacts are 
anticipated as a result of construction including temporary and 
localized turbidity and impacts related to offshore borrow 
sites, if utilized. The project will require 68,000 cubic yards 
of material for back-fill.
    Recommended Plan. The selected plan includes construction 
of segmented offshore breakwaters located from 30 to 100 feet 
offshore, depending upon water depth and shoreline 
configuration. The breakwaters would have a top elevation of 
+3.5 feet Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW). Areas behind the 
breakwaters would be backfilled and wetlands enhanced through 
plantings. The following four components are included in the 
plan.

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             Project area                      Location                 Structure            Length       Height      Backfill            Plants
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Western shoreline....................  Off-shore from Swan       Off shore Breakwaters..     9,420 ft    +3.5 MLLW   15,000 CY/  Spartina alternaflora.
                                        Island to Fog Point                                                           7.5 acres
                                        Cove.
Fog Point Cove.......................  Off-shore, 600 ft.        Off shore Breakwaters       1,950 ft    +3.5 MLLW   15,000 CY/  Spartina alternaflora.
                                        extension from western    and sill.                                           7.5 acres
                                        shore, 1,200 ft. from
                                        eastern shore.
Back Cove NW Shoreline...............  Off-shore, along NW       Off shore Breakwaters..     5,950 ft    +3.5 MLLW  15, 000 CY/  Spartina alternaflora.
                                        shoreline of Back Cove                                                        7.5 acres
                                        with extension into
                                        cove shore.
Back Cove SE Shoreline...............  Off-shore, along SE       Off shore Breakwaters..     1,950 ft    +3.5 MLLW   15,000 CY/  Spartina alternaflora.
                                        shoreline of Back Cove                                                        7.5 acres
                                        with extension into
                                        cove shore.
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    Views of States, Non-Federal Interests and Other Counties: 
This project is highly supported at the State and local level 
by Somerset County, the State of Maryland, and the Chesapeake 
Bay community.
    Views of Federal and Regional Agencies: The U.S. Fish and 
Wildlife Service has provided a letter of support for the 
project.
    Estimated Implementation Costs: Baseline costs for the 
recommended plan in November 2000 dollars are shown below:

Federal Cost............................................      $4,800,000
Non-Federal Cost........................................       2,600,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total Project Estimated Cost......................       7,400,000

    Description of Non-Federal Implementation Costs:
    The State of Maryland and Somerset County will be 
responsible to acquire all real estate necessary for project 
construction, which is estimated at $2,000.
    Estimated Annual O&M; Costs: Pre-construction monitoring 
will cost $7,000, and there will be 5 years of monitoring at a 
total of 440,000 (estimated).
    Description of Non-Federal O&M; Costs: The state of Maryland 
Department of Natural Resources will assume responsibility for 
O&M; at an estimated annual cost of $16,000.
    Preconstruction Planning Costs: The cost of PED is 
currently estimated to be $800,000.
            (4) Chickamauga Lock and Dam, Tennessee
    Location of Study Area: Chickamauga Lock and Dam is located 
on the Tennessee River (river mile 471.0) at Chattanooga, TN 
(13 miles upstream of the Port of Chattanooga, TN).
    Problems and Opportunities Identified in Study: The entire 
Chickamauga project is plagued with ``concrete growth'' 
resulting from an alkali-aggregate reaction (AAR). This 
reaction creates a gel that absorbs moisture, swells, and 
expands the concrete. When the concrete is restrained, the 
growth increases internal stresses, which causes cracking and 
movement of the concrete monoliths. This movement causes 
equipment misalignment as well as structural instability. The 
growth is continuing; therefore, non-standard, major 
maintenance is increasing, raising both expenses and lock 
outages. In addition to the concrete growth problems, 
Chickamauga Lock has only one chamber, measuring 60 feet wide 
and 360 feet long. The lock, completed in 1940, can accommodate 
four standard barges (26,x175,), which have virtually 
disappeared from the Tennessee River System. Growth in traffic, 
barge sizes (jumbo barges 35,x195, are now preferred), and the 
size and configuration of tows have increased delays and 
processing times. The small lock at Chickamauga currently 
passes only one jumbo barge per lockage. Witb an average 
processing time of 8 hours per tow, Chickamauga Lock has the 
highest average locking time in the entire Ohio River System. 
This represents a significant economic loss to the shipping 
industry and, ultimately, to the consumer.
    Alternative Plans Considered: Replacement of the existing 
lock (60,x360,) was determined to be the without-project 
condition for the Chickamauga Lock feasibility study. 
Nonstructural plans were evaluated in the without-project 
condition analysis, but did not resolve the AAR problems 
associated with the lock. Several alternative improvements 
plans were then considered to address problems and needs. These 
alternatives included structural measures involving the 
construction of new locks (75,x400,, 110,x800,) and the use of 
a congestion fee without project condition (new 60,x360, lock). 
Helper boats are included as components of the alternative 
structural plans. After the initial screening process, the 
study focused on the feasibility of two replacement lock sizes 
and a replacement-in-kind combined with a congestion fee. A 
replacement lock would be located riverward of the existing 
lock and immediately downstream of the dam. The existing lock 
would continue in use during construction of the new lock, but 
would be closed upon project completion. The old lock would be 
plugged with concrete to insure its integrity as a water 
barrier.
    a. The 75,x400, lock will accommodate four jumbo barges 
(35,x195,) in a single lockage. In the Tennessee River system 
only Melton Hill Lock and Dam on the Clinch River has these 
dimensions. Helper boat operations would be implemented when 
justified. In addition, lockage efficiency can be increased 
with a policy to restrict tows to a 2-wide barge configuration 
and 1 3-cut limit.
    b. The 110,x600, lock will accommodate nine jumbo barges. 
The size matches most of the main Tennessee River locks. Helper 
boats operations are not required at Chickamauga with this lock 
size.
    c. The replacement-in-kind (60,x360,) would be combined 
with a congestion fee. Congestion fees call for the management 
of traffic demand at a lock through the imposition of lockage 
fees. The fee is designed to influence the shipper with very 
marginal waterway savings to shift their traffic to an 
alternative overland mode, thereby reducing the amount of lock 
congestion and increasing the rate savings of the remaining 
shippers. The congestion fee alternative includes the use of 
helper boats at a lock, when justified.
    Description of Authorized Plan: The plan being authorized 
provides a replacement lock, 100 feet wide by 600 feet long, at 
the Chickamauga Project.
    The 110,x600, lock was not recommended by the Chief of 
Engineers as the National Economic Development plan, but has 
significant non-economic advantages. The 100,x600, lock is 
superior in reducing lockage-transit time and facilitating safe 
movement of traffic. The shorter processing time associated 
with the 110,x600, lock also relates to improve efficiency for 
the towing industry and reduces transportation cost. The 
110,x600, lock provides an additional $0.7 million per year in 
transportation cost savings. The difference in initial 
construction costs between the recommended plan consisting of a 
75,x400, lock and the plan being authorized consisting of a 
110,x600, lock is $26 million, only a 10.7 percent increase in 
costs. The 110,x600, lock is economically justified, with 
annual net benefits of $2.9 million and a benefit/cost ratio of 
2.1. The 110,x600, lock is compatible with all the downstream 
Tennessee River main chamber locks (with the exception of the 
1,000 foot chamber at Pickwick Landing). The 110,x600, lock 
size is also compatible with lock chambers on the Ohio River to 
Pittsburgh, PA and on the Upper Mississippi River. In the long 
term, the 110,x600, is considered to provide greater 
environmental benefits, and is the environmentally preferred 
plan. The 110,x600, lock will provide the greatest benefits to 
water and air quality, noise, and aquatic resources, as well as 
to socioeconomic factors such as shipper costs, river traffic, 
infrastructure, and intemodal shifts.
    Physical Data on Project Features: In general, the plan 
being authorized includes the following major features (the 
details of which may change during preconstruction engineering 
and design):
    a. To provide a downstream water barrier during 
construction, a sheet pile cofferdam connecting the dam and 
existing lock will be constructed. A temporary bascule-type 
drawbridge will be constructed across the lower approach to the 
existing lock to provide access to the new lock construction 
site within the cofferdam. After the cofferdam is removed, the 
bascule bridge would be relocated to provide a permanent access 
bridge to the new lock.
    b. Upstream and downstream lock approach walls will be 
built on the spillway side, with the downstream approach wall 
extending under the Norfolk Southern Railway Bridge. 
Approximately 3,200 feet of the navigation channel will be 
excavated immediately downstream of the existing lock. Two new 
30 foot diameter mooring cells will be built downstream of the 
new lock.
    c. The State Road (SR) 153 bridge across the lock will 
remain open during construction, and Lake Resort Drive would be 
relocated. As part of the relocation of Lake Resort Drive, two 
new bridges will be built, one over North Chickamauga Creek and 
one for grade separation between Lake Resort Drive and the 
permanent access road to the North Chickamauga Creek Cgeenway. 
Improvements will be made to the intersection of Access Road 
and Lake Resort Drive.
    d. The existing lock operation building will be demolished. 
The new lock operation building will be a three-level structure 
with the top level serving as the operation center, the middle 
level as a visitor area and assembly room, and the lowest level 
as an electrical equipment and transformation room. The new 
lock operation building will be located on the land wall of the 
new lock.
    e. Primary vehicle access to the facility will be across 
the existing bridge over North Chickamauga Creek. The existing 
visitor parking lot adjacent to the earthen dam will be used as 
part of the construction laydown area. The existing visitor 
overlook will be removed and replaced by a new overlook 
adjacent tot he existing lock's lower miter gates.
    f. A new 80-car parking area will be constructed on earth 
fill adjacent to the overlook. The fill will bring the parking 
facility up in elevation to allow better access for the 
physically disabled and will facilitate better access to the 
area. The parking lot will be curbed and sidewalks will be 
provided.
    g. A two-lane road will connect the Hixso Greenway area to 
the lock access road. It will pass under relocated Lake Resort 
Drive using the same bridge provided for construction access to 
the spoil disposal area. This arrangement will separate the 
through traffic from the site. It will allow for temporary 
closure during construction of the existing bridge over North 
Chickamauga Creek to the public.
    h. Once the new lock is constructed, a portion of the 
existing lock chamber and the associated wall culverts will be 
plugged with concrete. The upper and lower miter gates will be 
removed. Walls will be strengthened by post-tensioning, and 
wider slots will be cut in the approach walls to prevent 
problems from continued concrete growth. Miscellaneous 
equipment and buildings will be removed.
    i. Environmental Considerations. Terrestrial areas 
distributed by construction activities will be replanted or 
reforested by minimize long-term losses. Mussels will be 
collected and relocated to unaffected areas. Eleven acres of 
aquatic habitat will be created. The new filing and emptying 
system will be designed to facilitate the migration of certain 
fish species though the lock. No compensatory mitigation will 
be necessary.
    Views of States, Non-Federal Interests and Other Counties: 
The 35 letters received from industry and local government 
representatives in response to the draft report express strong 
support for a 110,x600, lock. Many feel that the larger lock 
has advantages that are not captured in the economic analyses. 
They note that the efficiencies in processing tows through the 
larger lock and the growth potential it would provide would 
more than justify the additional initial $26 million 
investment.
    The Tennessee River Valley Association and The Tennessee-
Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority represent regional 
waterway interests. They point to the 110,x600, lock as the 
``standard'' size for the Tennessee River. Also mentioned are 
the reduced costs to shippers, greater lock capacity, improved 
environmental benefits, and marginal additional cost.
    The Governor of Tennessee, noted in his letter of January 
20, 2002, ``The State supports the 110,x600, lock as the more 
prudent choice because it provides more capability at only a 
slightly higher cost, results in a lock which is compatible 
with navigation usage in the Tennessee and Ohio River systems 
and provides the greatest flexibility in the future development 
and maintenance of the economy of the Upper Tennessee River 
Basin.''
    The Governor of Tennessee and his staff, reiterate in their 
letter of April 8, 2002 in response to the final report, ``the 
State of Tennessee has consistently urged the Corps replace the 
existing lock with a 100,x600, lock.'' They maintain ``the 
additional cost will be a prudent investment that will 
alleviate the need to build a larger lock to accommodate 
traffic in the future.''
    Views of Federal and Regional Agencies: The U.S. Department 
of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), Cookeville, 
Tennessee, state in their Coordination Act Report, dated 
February 11, 2002 that:
    ``The preferred alternative [their preferred alternative is 
the 110,x600, lock], with protective measures incorporated, 
should avoid or minimize significant adverse impacts to fish 
and wildlife resources in the Chickamauga Dam tailwater and 
downstream areas. Additionally, protective measures will avoid 
adverse impacts to terrestrial resources in areas adjacent to 
the construction site that will be used as disposal and 
equipment staging areas. We would support implementation of the 
preferred alternative provided that the protective measures are 
implemented and strictly enforced.''
    Letters of coordination were also received from the U.S. 
Department of the Interior and the U.S. Coast Guard in response 
to the final report.

Estimated Implementation Cost

                       [October 2001 price levels]

Federal (Corps of Engineers)............................    $133,583,500
Non-Federal (Inland Waterways Trust Fund)...............     133,583,500
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      Total.............................................     267,167,000

    Description of Non-Federal Implementation Costs: In 
accordance with the cost sharing and financial concepts 
reflected in the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, fifty 
percent of the total cost of construction will be derived from 
the Inland Waterways Trust Fund.

Estimated Annual O&M; Costs

                       [October 2001 price levels]

Federal (Corps of Engineers)............................      $4,153,000

    Description of Federal O&M; Cost: The Federal O&M; costs 
encompass the normal annual expenses for operation and routine 
maintenance of the replacement lock. The total annual O&M; cost 
is $4.1 million. This represents a savings of $0.9 million over 
the without project condition (60,x360, lock). These costs 
include cyclical maintenance, i.e. repair and replacement of 
lock equipment, but not major rehabilitation or major component 
replacement.
    Direct Beneficiaries: The Chickamauga Lock Improvement 
Project will reduce commercial navigation processing times and 
associated costs by the installation of a larger lock chamber. 
Project beneficiaries include the marine towing industry 
(reduced operating costs) and the industries and consumers of 
the commodities transported (reduced delivery costs). The major 
industries benefiting from the project include asphalt, 
aggregates, coal, grains, chemicals, ores and minerals, iron 
and steel, forest products, and construction.

Section 102. Small projects for flood damage reduction

    Directs the Secretary to study and carry out projects for 
flood damage reduction under the authority of section 205 of 
the Flood Control Act of 1948. Authorizes projects at: (1) 
Cache River Basin, Grubbs, Arkansas; (2) Santa Ana River Basin 
and Orange County Streams, California; (3) Nashua River, 
Fitchburg, Massachusetts; (4) Saginaw River, Hamilton Dam, 
Flint, Michigan; (5) South Branch of the Wild Rice River, 
Borup, Minnesota; (6) Blacksnake Creek, St. Joseph, Missouri; 
(7) James River, Greene County, Missouri; (8) McKeel Brook, New 
Jersey; (9) East River, Silver Beach, New York City, New York; 
(10) Little Mill Creek, Southampton, Pennsylvania; (11) Little 
Neshaminy Creek, Warrenton, Pennsylvania; and (12) Surfside 
Beach, South Carolina.

Section 103. Small projects for emergency streambank protection

    Directs the Secretary to study and carry out a project for 
streambank erosion control, under section 14 of the Flood 
Control Act of 1946 for the Middle Fork Grand River, Gentry 
County, Missouri.

Section 104. Small projects for navigation

    Directs the Secretary to study and carry out projects for 
navigation, under the authority of section 107 of the River and 
Harbor Act of 1960. Authorizes projects at: (1) Blytheville 
County Harbor, Arkansas; (2) Evanston, Illinois; (3) Niagara 
Frontier Transportation Authority Boat Harbor, Buffalo, New 
York; and (4) Woodlawn Marina, Lackawanna, New York.

Section 105. Small projects for improvement of the quality of the 
        environment

    Directs the Secretary to study and carry out a project for 
improvement of the environment under the authority of section 
1135 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 for 
Smithville Lake, Missouri.

Section 106. Small projects for aquatic ecosystem restoration

    Directs the Secretary to study and carry out projects for 
aquatic ecosystem restoration under the authority of section 
206 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996. Authorizes 
projects at: (a) Colorado River, Yuma, Arizona; (2) Chino 
Valley, California; (3) Stockton deep Water Ship Cannel and 
Lower San Joaquin River, California; (4) Sweetwater Reservoir, 
San Diego County, California; (5) Biscayne Bay, Florida; (6) 
Chattahoochee River, Columbus, Georgia and Phenix City, 
Alabama; (7) Chattahoochee River and Ocmulgee River Basins, 
Georgia; and (8) Snake River, Jerome, Idaho.

Section 107. Small projects for shoreline protection

    Directs the Secretary to study and carry out a project 
under section 3 of the Act entitled ``An Act authorizing the 
Federal participation in the cost of protecting the shores of 
publicly owned property'', approved August 13, 1946, at Nelson 
Lagoon, Alaska.

                      TITLE II--GENERAL PROVISIONS

Section 201. Annual passes for recreation

    Amends section 208(c)(4) of the Water Resources Development 
act of 1996 to extend the authority for alternative annual 
passes to December 31, 2004.

Section 202. Non-Federal contributions

    Amends section 103 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1986 by placing a prohibition on the solicitation of excess 
contributions from the non-Federal sponsor for water resources 
development projects. This provision does not affect the 
ability of non-Federal interest to make additional 
contributions in order to implement a project as provided in 
section 903(c) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986.

Section 203. Harbor cost sharing

    Amends sections 101 and 214 of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1986 by striking ``45 feet'' each place it 
appears and inserting ``53 feet.'' Under this amendment, a 35% 
non-Federal cost-share shall apply to deep draft navigation 
projects of up to 53 feet in depth. This change only applies to 
projects, or separable elements of projects, on which a 
contract for physical construction has not been awarded before 
the date of enactment of this Act.

Section 204. Funding to process permits

    Amends section 214 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 2000 to extend the period of funding to process permits to 
2005 and the clarify the original intent that the acceptance 
and expenditure of funds under this section shall not affect 
the order in which permits are considered or approved by the 
Secretary.

Section 205. National Shoreline Erosion Control Development and 
        Demonstration Program

    Amends sections 5(a) and 5(b)(1)(A) of the Act entitled 
``An Act authorizing Federal participation in the cost of 
protecting the shores of publicly owned property'', to extend 
the program to 10 years and to continue the planning, design, 
and construction phase to 6 years, provide for cost-sharing, 
allow removal of some projects, and to increase the 
authorization level from $21,000,000 to $31,000,000.

Section 206. Written agreement for water resources projects

    Amends section 221(a) of the Flood Control Act of 1970 to 
allow project cooperation agreements to include a provision for 
liquidated damages. Amends section 912(b) of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1986 to eliminate civil penalties 
in project cooperation agreements and allow the use of 
liquidated damages instead.

Section 207. Assistance for remediation, restoration, and reuse

    Authorizes the Secretary to provide assessment, planning, 
and design assistance to State and local governments for 
remediation, environmental restoration, and reuse of areas that 
will contribute to improvement in water quality or to 
conservation of water and related resources. The non-Federal 
share is 50%. Authorizes $30,000,000 a year for fiscal years 
2003-2007. Under the authority provided by this section, the 
Secretary may help the City of Norwich carry out an 
environmental assessment of the Seders Property at Norwich 
Harbor, Connecticut.

Section 208. Compilation of laws

    Directs the Secretary to produce a compilation of water 
resources development laws enacted after November 8, 1966, and 
before January 1, 2003.

Section 209. Dredged material disposal

    Amends section 217 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1996 to ensure that the Secretary has the authority to 
address dredged material disposal on a regional, as well as 
project-by-project basis, and may combine funding from separate 
projects to do so.

Section 210. Wetlands mitigation

    Requires the Secretary, to the maximum extent practicable 
and where appropriate, to give preference for use of wetlands 
mitigation banks that meet certain criteria, when carrying out 
wetlands mitigation for a water resources project.

Section 211. Remote and subsistence harbors

    Allows the Secretary to recommend a project for harbor and 
navigation improvements without the need to demonstrate that 
the project is justified solely by national economic 
development benefits if (1) the community served by the project 
is at least 70 miles from the nearest surface accessible 
commercial port with no direct rail or highway link to another 
serviceable community or located in the Commonwealth of Puerto 
Rico, Guam, the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, or 
American Samoa; (2) the harbor is economically critical such 
that over 80 percent of the goods transported would be consumed 
within the community served by the harbor and navigation 
improvement; and (3) the long term viability of the community 
is dependent on the harbor, including access to resources and 
facilities design to protect public health and safety.

Section 212. Beneficial uses of dredged material

    Amends section 204 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1992 to allow cost-sharing of the use of dredged material at 
any water resources project (not just aquatic ecosystem 
restoration projects), to allow nonprofit entities to serve as 
the non-Federal interest for a project under specified 
conditions, to increase the authorization of appropriations of 
$30,000,000 annually, and to allow the Secretary to develop 
regional sediment management plans at full Federal expense. 
Directs the Secretary to give priority to a beneficial use 
project in the vicinity of Morehead City, North Carolina.

Section 213. Cost sharing provisions for certain areas

    Amends section 1156 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1986 to raise the exemption from cost-sharing from $250,000 
to $500,000 for the costs of studies and projects in the 
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the 
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, United States 
Virgin Islands and on land in the State of Alaska conveyed to 
an Alaska Native Village Corporation under the Alaskan Native 
Claims Settlement Act.

Section 214. Revision of project cooperation agreement

    Directs the Secretary to revise the cooperation agreement 
for a project to take into account the change in Federal 
participation in the project, when Congress increases the 
authorization ceiling for a project.

Section 215. Cost sharing

    Provides that in any case in which Congress increases the 
maximum amount of Federal funds that may be allocated for a 
project or increases the total cost of a project, such increase 
shall not affect any cost-sharing requirement applicable to the 
project.

Section 216. Credit for work performed before cooperation agreement

    Requires the Secretary to enter into an agreement with a 
non-Federal sponsor for the performance of work eligible for 
credit against the non-Federal sponsor's costs.

Section 217. Recreation user fee revenues

    Amends section 225 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1999 to make permanent the provision of law that allows the 
Secretary to retain recreation user fee revenues for use at 
Corps recreation facilities.

Section 218. Expedited actions for emergency flood damage reduction

    Directs the Secretary to expedite planning, design, and 
construction of a project for flood damage reduction for an 
area that, within the preceding 5 years, has been subject to 
flooding that resulted in the loss of life and caused damage 
sufficient to warrant a declaration of a major disaster by the 
President under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and 
Emergency Assistance Act.

Section 219. Watershed and river basin assessments

    Amends section 729(f)(1) of the Water Resources Development 
Act of 1986 to provide a 75% Federal share for watershed and 
river basin assessments carried out under that section. To 
encourage states and local governments to engage in regional 
planning, the Committee has reduced the non-Federal cost share 
20 25% for basin-wide water assessments prepared by the Corps 
of Engineers in cooperation with state and local agencies.

Section 220. Tribal Partnership Program

    Amends section 203 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 2000 to enable Oklahoma tribes to participate in the Tribal 
Partnership Program.

Section 221. Treatment of certain separable elements

    Authorizes the Secretary, during construction of a project, 
to identify opportunities to achieve benefits relating to a 
primary mission of the Corps as a separable project element, 
and carry out that separable element at full Federal expense, 
up to the lesser of $1 million or 3% of project costs, if that 
element would be carried out more cost-effectively in 
conjunction with the ongoing project.

                 TITLE III--PROJECT-RELATED PROVISIONS

Section 301. Cook Inlet, Anchorage Harbor, Alaska

    Modifies the project for navigation, Cook Inlet, Anchorage 
Harbor, Alaska, to authorize the Secretary to deepen the harbor 
at a total cost of $14,500,000.

Section 302. Galena, Alaska

    Modifies the project for emergency bank stabilization, 
Galena, Alaska, to direct the Secretary to construct the 
project at a total cost of $6,000,000.

Section 303. King Cove Harbor, Alaska

    Provides that the maximum Federal expenditure for the King 
Cove Harbor navigation project shall be $8,000,000.

Section 304. St. Paul Harbor, Alaska

    Modifies the project for navigation, St. Paul Harbor, 
Alaska, to direct the Secretary to construct the project at a 
total cost of $65,000,000 with the non-Federal share not to 
exceed $14,400,000.

Section 305. Sitka, Alaska

    Modifies the Thompson Harbor, Sitka, Alaska, element of the 
project for navigation, Southeast Alaska Harbors of Refuge, to 
direct the Secretary to correct design deficiencies, at a total 
Federal cost of $6,300,000.

Section 306. Tatilek, Alaska

    Provides that the maximum Federal expenditure for the 
Tatilek navigation project shall be $10,000,000.

Section 307. American and Sacramento Rivers, California

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, American 
and Sacramento Rivers, California, to increase the 
authorization to $205,000,000.

Section 308. Cache Creek Basin, California

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Cache 
Creek Basin, California, to direct the Secretary to mitigate 
the impacts of the new south levee of the settling basin on the 
city of Woodland's storm drainage system and to restore the 
city's pre-project capacity to release water to the Yolo 
Bypass, when the Bypass is in a low flow condition.

Section 309. Grayson Creek/Murderer's Creek, California

    Modifies the project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, 
Grayson Creek/Murderer's Creek, California, to direct the 
Secretary to provide credit for the cost of work performed by 
the non-Federal interest before the project cooperation 
agreement is signed, if an integral part of the project. Also 
allows the Secretary to consider national ecosystem restoration 
benefits when determining whether the project is justified.

Section 310. John F. Baldwin Ship Channel and Stockton Ship Channel, 
        California

    Modifies the project for navigation, John F. Baldwin Ship 
Channel and Stockton Ship Channel, California, to allow the 
non-Federal share of the cost of the project to be provided in 
the form of in-kind services and to direct the Secretary to 
provide credit for the cost of planning and design work 
performed by the non-Federal interest, if an integral part of 
the project.

Section 311. Los Angeles Harbor, Los Angeles, California

    Modifies the project for navigation, Los Angeles Harbor, 
Los Angeles, California, to direct the Secretary to provide 
credit for the cost of planning and design work performed by 
the non-Federal interest, if an integral part of the project.

Section 312. Larkspur Ferry Channel, Larkspur, California

    Modifies the project for navigation, Larkspur Ferry 
Channel, California, to direct the Secretary to prepare a 
reevaluation report to determine whether or not maintenance of 
the project is justified, and carry out such maintenance, if 
justified.

Section 313. Napa River Salt marsh Restoration, Napa River, California

    Modifies the project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, 
Napa River Salt Marsh Restoration, Napa and Sonoma Counties, to 
direct the Secretary to provide credit for the cost of worked 
performed by the non-Federal interest, if an integral part of 
the project.

Section 314. Pacific Flyway Center, Sacramento, California

    Modifies the project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, 
Pacific Flyway Center, Sacramento, California, to authorize the 
Secretary to expend $1,000,000 to enhance public access to the 
project.

Section 315. Pinole Creek, California

    Modifies the project for improvement of the quality of the 
environment, Pinole Creek Phase I, California, to direct the 
Secretary to provide credit for work performed by the non-
Federal interests, if an integral part of the project.

Section 316. Prado Dam, California

    Ensures that the agreement between the Corps of Engineers 
and the Orange County Water District, which requires the 
District to pay specific costs associated with operating and 
maintaining Prado Dam for seasonal water conservation, shall 
remain in effect after reconfiguration of the Dam for volumes 
of water up to the maximum amount provided for water 
conservation prior to the reconfiguration of the Dam.

Section 317. Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel, California

    Modifies the project for navigation, Sacramento Deep Water 
Ship Channel, California, to direct the Secretary to provide 
credit for work performed by the non-Federal interests before 
the project cooperation agreement, if an integral part of the 
project.

Section 318. Sacramento River, Glenn-Colusa, California

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Sacramento 
River, Glenn-Colusa, California, to direct the Secretary to 
provide the non-Federal interest a credit of up to $4,000,000 
toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the project for 
costs incurred by the non-Federal interest, if integral to the 
project.

Section 319. San Lorenzo River, California

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, San 
Lorenzo River, California, to direct the Secretary to provide 
the non-Federal interest a credit not more than $2,000,000 
toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the project for 
costs incurred by the non-Federal interest if an integral part 
of the project.

Section 320. Terminus Dam, Kaweah River, California

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction and water 
supply, Terminus Dam, Kaweah River, California, to direct the 
Secretary to construct the project at a total cost of 
$50,000,000.

Section 321. Upper Guadalupe River, California

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction and 
recreation, Upper Guadalupe River, California, to ensure that 
the project is carried out as authorized by Congress.

Section 322. Walnut Creek Channel, California

    Modifies the project for aquatic ecosystem restoration. 
Walnut Creek Channel, California, to direct the Secretary to 
provide credit for the cost of work performed by the non-
Federal interest, if an integral part of the project and to 
authorize the Secretary to consider national ecosystem 
restoration benefits in determining the Federal interest.

Section 323. Wildcat/San Pablo Creek Phase I, California

    Modifies the project for improvement of the quality of the 
environment, Wildcat/San Pablo Creek Phase I, California, to 
direct the Secretary to provide credit for the cost of work 
performed by the non-Federal interest, if an integral part of 
the project.

Section 324. Wildcat/San Pablo Creek Phase II, California

    Modifies the project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, 
Wildcat/San Pablo Creek Phase II, California, to direct the 
Secretary to provide credit for the cost of work performed by 
the non-Federal interest, if an integral part of the project, 
and to authorize the Secretary to consider national ecosystem 
restoration benefits in determining the Federal interest.

Section 325. Brevard, County, Florida

    Amends section 310 of the Water Resources Act of 1999, 
authorizing mitigation of damage to a project for shore 
protection, to authorize credit for costs incurred by the non-
Federal interest to respond to damages to Brevard County 
beaches that are the result of a Federal navigation project, as 
determined in a final report of a study of such damages.

Section 326. Gasparilla and Estero Islands, Florida

    Amends the project for shore protection, Gasparilla and 
Estero Islands, Florida, to authorize credit for the cost of 
work performed by the non-Federal interest that is integral to 
the project.

Section 327, Lido Key Beach, Sarasota, Florida

    Amends the project for shore protection, Lido Key Beach, 
Sarasota, Florida, to increase the authorization to 
$12,926,000.

Section 328. Manatee Harbor, Florida

    Amends the project for navigation, Manatee Harbor, Florida, 
to authorize extension of the south channel at a total cost of 
$9,8000,000, and to authorize in-kind and other credit for 
costs incurred by the non-Federal interest for work that is 
integral to the project.

Section 329. Rose Bay, Volusia County, Florida

    Amends the project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, Rose 
Bay, Volusia County, Florida, to provide credit for costs 
incurred by the Florida Department of Transportation, if 
required for the proper functioning of the project.

Section 330. Tampa Harbor, Florida

    Modifies the project for navigation, Tampa Harbor, Florida, 
to direct the Secretary to provide credit for the cost of work 
performed by the non-Federal interest, if an integral part of 
the project.

Section 331. Tampa Harbor-Big Bend Channel, Florida

    Modifies the project for navigation, Tampa Harbor-Big Bend 
Channel, Florida, to direct the Secretary to provide credit for 
the cost of work performed by the non-Federal interest, if an 
integral part of the project.

Section 332. Little Wood River, Gooding, Idaho

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Little 
Wood River, Gooding, Idaho, to authorize in-kind contributions, 
use of funds from other Federal programs to be used toward the 
non-Federal share if a permissible use of the funds under the 
other program, and to direct the secretary to make a 
determination of the non-Federal interest's ability to pay the 
non-Federal costs.

Section 333. Indiana Harbor, Indiana

    Modifies the project for environmental dredging, Indiana 
Harbor, Indiana. to direct the Secretary to provide credit for 
the cost of work performed by the non-Federal interest, if an 
integral part of the project.

Section 334. Little Calumet River, Indiana

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Little 
Calumet River, Indiana, to authorize the Secretary to complete 
the project in accordance with the post authorization change 
report dated August 2000, at a total cost of $186,300,000.

Section 335. Little Calumet River Basin (Cady Marsh Ditch), Indiana

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Little 
Calumet River Basin (Cady Marsh Ditch), Indiana, to increase 
the project authorization to $23,146,000.

Section 336. Long Lake, Indiana

    Modifies the project for ecosystem restoration, Long Lake, 
Indiana, to direct the Secretary to carry out components of the 
project located on Federal land at full Federal expense and to 
direct the Secretary to seek reimbursement from the Secretary 
of the Interior the amount equal to the cost of the project 
allocated to benefit the Indian Dunes National Lakeshore.

Section 337. White River, Indiana

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, 
Indianapolis, Fall Creek Section, on West Fork of White River, 
Indiana, to authorize the Secretary to carry out the Fall Creek 
Reach feature, at a total cost of $28,545,000.

Section 338. Wolf Lake, Indiana

    Modifies the project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, 
Wolf Lake, Indiana, to direct the Secretary to provide credit 
for the cost of work performed by the non-Federal interest, if 
an integral part of the project.

Section 339. Harlan County, Kentucky

    Directs the Secretary to take measures to provide 100-year 
level of flood protection at the project for flood damage 
reduction, Harlan County, Kentucky.

Section 340. Amite River and Tributaries, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge 
        Parish Watershed

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction and 
recreation, Amite River and Tributaries, East Baton Rouge 
Parrish, Louisiana, to provide that cost sharing for the 
project shall be determined in accordance with section 103(a) 
of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, as in effect on 
October 11, 1996.

Section 341. J. Bennett Johnston Waterway, Mississippi River to 
        Shreveport, Louisiana

    Modifies the project for mitigation of fish and wildlife 
losses, J. Bennett Johnston Waterway, Mississippi River to 
Shreveport, Louisiana, to authorize the purchase and 
reforesting of lands that have been cleared or converted to 
agricultural uses.

Section 342. Mississippi Delta Region, Louisiana

    Modifies the project for hurricane-flood protection on Lake 
Pontchartrain, Louisiana, to direct the Secretary to provide 
credit for costs incurred in relocating oyster beds in the 
Davis Pond project area, if integral to the project.

Section 343. West Bank of the Mississippi River (East of Harvey Canal), 
        Louisiana

    Makes technical corrections to the WRDA 1999 modification 
of the project to prevent flood damage-hurricane damage 
reduction, West Bank of the Mississippi River (East of Harvey 
Canal), Louisiana.

Section 344. Union River, Maine

    Modifies the project for navigation, Union River, Maine, by 
deauthorizing a portion of the navigation channel to allow it 
to be used for anchorage.

Section 345. Cass River, Spaulding Township, Michigan

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Cass 
River, Spaulding Township, Michigan, to incorporate flood 
damage reduction works constructed by the non-Federal interests 
and to direct the Secretary to provide credit toward the non-
Federal share of the cost of the project for work the Secretary 
determines is integral to the project.

Section 346. Detroit River Shoreline, Detroit, Michigan

    Modifies the project for emergency streambank and shoreline 
protection, Detroit River Shoreline, Detroit, Michigan, to 
include measures to enhance public access and increase the 
Federal amount to $3,000,000.

Section 347. Water Resources Institute, Muskegon, Michigan

    Modifies the project for emergency streambank and shoreline 
protection, Water Resources Institute, Muskegon, Michigan, to 
provide for completion in accordance with the approved plans 
and specifications for Grand Valley State University, Lake 
Michigan Center and directs the Secretary to provide credit 
towards the non-Federal share of the cost of the project for 
work the Secretary determines is integral to the project.

Section 348. Saginaw River, Bay City, Michigan

    Modifies the project for emergency streambank protection, 
Saginaw River, Bay City, Michigan, to increase the maximum 
Federal expenditure to $2,000,000.

Section 349. Ada, Minnesota

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Wild Rice 
River, Minnesota, to authorize the Secretary to consider 
national ecosystem restoration benefits, to exclude 
consideration of an emergency levee as a pre-project condition 
and to allow the local sponsor to contribute a larger non-
Federal share, if necessary to implement the project.

Section 350. Duluth Harbor, McQuade Road, Minnesota

    Modifies the project for navigation, Duluth Harbor, McQuade 
Road, Minnesota, to authorize the Secretary to provide access 
and recreational facilities as described in the Detailed 
Project Report and Environmental Assessment dated August 1999, 
at a maximum Federal cost of $5,000,000.

Section 351. Granite Falls, Minnesota

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Granite 
Falls, Minnesota, to increase the maximum Federal expenditure 
to $12,00,000.

Section 352. Red Lake River, Minnesota

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Red Lake 
River, Minnesota, to increase the project authorization to 
$25,000,000.

Section 353. Silver Bay, Minnesota

    Modifies the project for navigation, Silver Bay, Minnesota, 
to include operation and maintenance of the general navigation 
facilities as a Federal responsibility.

Section 354. Taconite Harbor, Minnesota

    Modifies the project for navigation, Taconite Harbor, 
Minnesota, to include operation and maintenance of the general 
navigation facilities as a Federal responsibility.

Section 355. Two Harbors, Minnesota

    Modifies the project for navigation, Two Harbors, 
Minnesota, to include construction of a dredged material 
disposal facility at a Federal cost not to exceed $5,000,000.

Section 356. Bois Brule Drainage and Levee District, Missouri

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Bois Brule 
Drainage and Levee District, Missouri, to increase the maximum 
Federal expenditure to $25,000,000.

Section 357. Turkey Creek Basin, Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas 
        City, Kansas

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Turkey 
Creek Basin, Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas City, Kansas, to 
direct the Secretary to provide credit toward the non-Federal 
share of the cost of the project for work that is integral to 
the project.

Section 358. Orchard Beach, Bronx, New York

    Modifies the project for shoreline protection, Orchard 
Beach, Bronx, New York, to increase the project authorization 
to $18,000,000.

Section 359. Times Beach, Buffalo, New York

    Modifies the project for improvement of the quality of the 
environment, Times Beach, Buffalo, New York, to direct the 
Secretary to credit not more than $750,000 toward the non-
Federal share of the cost of the project for the cost of work 
by the non-Federal interest, if integral to the project.

Section 360. Port of New York and New Jersey, New York and New Jersey

    Modifies the project for navigation, Port of New York and 
New Jersey, New York and New Jersey, to prohibit the Secretary 
from including in the project cooperation agreement a 
requirement that the non-Federal sponsor make certain 
facilities operational prior to deepening of the channel.

Section 361. New York State Canal System

    Modifies section 553 of WRDA 1996 to change the definition 
of the New York State Canal System.

Section 362. Ashtabula River, Ohio

    Modifies the project for environmental dredging, Ashtabula 
River, Ohio, to direct the Secretary to provide credit toward 
the non-Federal share of the cost of the project for work the 
Secretary determines is integral to the project.

Section 363. Willamette River Temperature Control, McKenzie Subbasin, 
        Oregon

    Modifies the project for environmental restoration, 
Willamette River Temperature Control, McKenzie Subbasin, 
Oregon, to direct the Secretary to compensate small businesses 
for losses attributable to unanticipated sedimentation 
resulting from project implementation.

Section 364. Lackawanna River at Olyphant, Pennsylvania

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Lackawanna 
River at Olyphant, Pennsylvania, to increase the project 
authorization to $20,000,000.

Section 365. Lackawanna River at Scranton, Pennsylvania

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Lackawanna 
River at Scranton, Pennsylvania, to increase the project 
authorization to $23,000,000.

Section 366. Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania

    Authorizes the Secretary to take such action as may be 
necessary to prevent shoreline erosion to protect recreational 
facilities located south of Pennsylvania Route 994 on the east 
shore of Raystown Lake.

Section 367. Sheraden Park Stream and Chartiers Creek, Allegheny 
        County, Pennsylvania

    Modifies the project for aquatic ecosystem restoration, 
Sheraden Park Stream and Chartiers Creek, Allegheny County, 
Pennsylvania, to direct the Secretary to credit $400,000 for 
the cost of work performed by the non-Federal interest 
determined by the Secretary to be an integral part of the 
project.

Section 368. Solomon's Creek, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Wyoming 
Valley, Pennsylvania, to include the project for flood damage 
reduction, Solomon's Creek, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.

Section 369. South Central Pennsylvania

    Modifies the geographic scope of section 313 of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1992.

Section 370. Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Wyoming 
Valley, Pennsylvania, to direct the Secretary to coordinate 
with non-Federal interests to review options for increased 
public access.

Section 371. Little Limestone Creek, Jonesborough, Tennessee

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Little 
Limestone Creek, Jonesborough, Tennessee, to direct the 
Secretary to allow the non-Federal interest to participate in 
the financing of evaluating and implementing the project for 
flood damage reduction in accordance with section 903(c) of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 1986, if necessary to 
implement the project.

Section 372. Bowie County Levee, Texas

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Red River 
Below Denison Dam, Texas and Oklahoma, to direct the Secretary 
to implement the Bowie County Levee feature of the project in 
accordance with a specific plan.

Section 373. Lower Rio Grande Basin, Texas

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Lower Rio 
Grande Basin, Texas, to direct the Secretary to provide credit 
for the cost of work performed by the non-Federal interest 
determined by the Secretary to be an integral part of the 
project and, in calculating the non-Federal share, to make a 
determination on the non-Federal interest's ability to pay.

Section 374. North Padre Island, Corpus Christi Bay, Texas

    Modifies the project for ecosystem restoration and storm 
damage reduction, North Padre Island, Corpus Christi Bay, 
Texas, to include recreation as a project purpose.

Section 375. San Antonio Channel, San Antonio, Texas

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, San 
Antonio Channel, San Antonio, Texas, to direct the Secretary to 
provide credit for the cost of work performed by the non-
Federal interest determined by the Secretary to be an integral 
part of the project.

Section 376. Elizabeth River, Chesapeake, Virginia

    Amends section 358 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1999 to change the date of termination of a cooperation 
agreement for a navigation project.

Section 377. Great Bridge, Chesapeake, Virginia

    Amends the project for navigation, Great Bridge, 
Chesapeake, Virginia, to increase the authorization to 
$48,000,000.

Section 378. Roanoke River Upper Basin, Virginia

    Modifies the project for flood damage reduction, Roanoke 
River Upper Basin, Virginia, to increase the project 
authorization to $64,300,000.

Section 379. Blair and Sitcum Waterways, Tacoma Harbor, Washington

    Modifies the project for navigation, Blair and Sitcum 
Waterways, Tacoma Harbor, Washington, to direct the Secretary 
to review the locally prepared plan and determine whether the 
plan meets the evaluation and design standards of the Corps of 
Engineers, and to authorize the Secretary to carry out the 
plan, if properly designed and feasible, at a Federal cost not 
to exceed $4,240,000. Also directs the Secretary to credit the 
cost of work performed by the non-Federal interest determined 
by the Secretary to be an integral part of the project.

Section 380. Greenbrier River Basin, West Virginia

    Amends section 579(c) of the Water Resources Development 
Act of 1996 to increase the authorization for a flood 
protection program for the Greenbrier River Basin, West 
Virginia, to $89,000,000.

Section 381. Manitowoc Harbor, Wisconsin

    Modifies the project for navigation, Manitowoc Harbor, 
Wisconsin, to direct the Secretary to deepen the upstream reach 
of the navigation channel from 12 feet to 18 feet, at a total 
cost of $300,000.

Section 382. Continuation of project authorizations

    Continues the authorization for an additional 7 years the 
following projects: (1) the project for navigation, Fall River 
Harbor, Massachusetts and (2) the project for flood damage 
reduction, Agana River, Guam.

Section 383. Project reauthorizations

    Renews the authorization for the portion of the project for 
navigation in the south part of the outer harbor, Manitowoc 
Harbor, Wisconsin, that was deauthorized by section 101 of the 
River and Harbor Act of 1962.

Section 384. Project deauthorizations

    Deauthorizes a portion of each of the following projects 
for navigation: Bridgeport Harbor, Connecticut, Island End 
River, Massachusetts, and City Waterway, Tacoma, Washington.

Section 385. Land conveyances

    Authorizes the conveyance of Federal property at: (a) 
Milford Kansas, (b) Hickory Point, Lake Eufaula, Oklahoma; and 
(c) Boardman, Oregon.

Section 386. Extinguishment of reversionary interests and use 
        restrictions

    Extinguishes reversionary interests and use restrictions in 
deeds conveying two properties in Nez Perce County, Idaho.

                           TITLE IV--STUDIES

Section 401. Great Lakes Navigation System

    Amends section 456 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1999 to authorize the Secretary to accept the financial 
participation of the Government of Canada in the study of Great 
Lakes Navigation authorized in that section.

Section 402. John Glenn Great Lakes Basin Program

    Amends section 455 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1999 to authorize payment of the non-Federal share in the 
form of services, materials, supplies, or other in-kind 
contributions.

Section 403. St. George Harbor, Alaska

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of providing navigation improvements at St. George, 
Alaska.

Section 404. Upper Mississippi River and Illinois Waterway, Illinois, 
        Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin

    Directs the Secretary to transmit to Congress no later than 
July 1, 2004, a report on the results of the Upper Mississippi 
River and Illinois Waterways Restructured System Navigation 
Feasibility Study. The Committee believes that this project is 
vitally important to the economies of farming communities in 
the Midwest. Accordingly, the Committee encourages the 
Secretary to expedite completion of this study. In keeping with 
existing authorization, the Committee urges the Secretary to 
proceed with modernized lock and other navigation improvements 
while simultaneously evaluating an enhanced environmental 
restoration program for the basin. The Committee appreciates 
the collaborative effort made to complete the Interim Report 
and endorses this approach among federal agencies, state 
agencies and private stakeholder groups as a means of forging a 
basin-wide approach to managing this resource for multiple 
uses.

Section 405. Hamilton, California

    Directs the Secretary to continue planning, 
preconstruction, engineering, and design efforts on the 
Sacramento-San Joaquin River Basins Comprehensive Study-
Hamilton City Flood Damage Reduction and Ecosystem Restoration 
Initial Project and modifies the study to include an area 2 
miles north and 4 miles south of State Highway 32.

Section 406. Oceanside, California

    Amends section 414 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 2000 to provide the Secretary with an additional 12 months 
to complete a study of plans to mitigate damages to beaches 
resulting from military measures.

Section 407. Sacramento River, California

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of and alternatives for measures to protect water 
diversion facilities and fish protective screen facilities on 
the Sacramento River, California.

Section 408. San Francisco Bay, Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, 
        California

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of the beneficial use of dredged material from the 
San Francisco Bay in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, 
California, including a review of using Sherman Island as a re-
handling site.

Section 409. Tybee Island, Georgia

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of including the northern end of Tybee Island 
extending from the north terminal groin to the mouth of 
Lazaretto Creek as part of the project for beach erosion 
control, Tybee Island, Georgia.

Section 410. Calument Harbor, Illinois

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of carrying out a project for navigation at Calumet 
Harbor, Illinois.

Section 411. Paducah, Kentucky

    Authorizes the Secretary to complete the rehabilitation 
evaluation report the project for flood damage reduction, 
Paducah, Kentucky, and to proceed to preconstruction 
engineering and design, if feasible.

Section 412. West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of carrying out a project for riverfront 
development, including enhanced public access, recreation, and 
environmental restoration, on the Mississippi River in West 
Feliciana Parish.

Section 413. City of Mackinac Island, Michigan

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of carrying out a project for navigation at the 
city of Mackinac Island, Michigan.

Section 414. Chicago, Illinois

    Amends section 425(a) of the Water Resources Development 
Act of 2000 to clarify that some of the specified shoreline 
protection study sites are on Lake Michigan.

Section 415. Mississippi River, Missouri and Illinois

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of modifying the project for the Mississippi River 
(Regulating Works), between the Ohio and Missouri Rivers, 
Missouri and Illinois, for navigation and environmental 
restoration enhancements.

Section 416. Arthur Kill Channel and Morses Creek to Perth Amboy, New 
        Jersey

    Directs the Secretary to reevaluate the results of the 
study for the project for navigation, Arthur Kill Channel and 
Morses Creek to Perth Amboy, New Jersey, to determine whether 
the benefits of the project have increased as a result of a 
change in circumstances.

Section 417. Pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico

    Directs the Corps to conduct a feasibility study of water 
resources projects for the Pueblo of Zuni, Mexico, authorized 
under the authority of section 203 of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 2000.

Section 418. Hudson-Raritan Estuary, New York and New Jersey

    Directs the Secretary, in carrying out a study for 
environmental restoration, Hudson-Raritan Estuary, New York and 
New Jersey, to establish and utilize the watershed restoration 
teams composed of certain estuary restoration experts.

Section 419. Lake Carl Blackwell, Stillwater, Oklahoma

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of carrying out a project for flood damage 
reduction and ecosystem restoration at Lake Carl Blackwell, 
Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Section 420. Sac and Fox Nation, Oklahoma

    Directs the Secretary to develop a water and related land 
resource conservation and management plan for the Sac and Fox 
Nation, authorized under the authority of section 203 of the 
Water Resources Development Act of 2000.

Section 421. Sutherlin, Oregon

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study of water resources 
along Sutherlin Creek in the vicinity of Sutherlin, Oregon, to 
determine the feasibility of carrying out a project to restore 
and enhance aquatic resources using structural and 
bioengineering techniques.

Section 422. Ecosystem restoration and fish passage improvements, 
        Oregon

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of undertaking ecosystem restoration and fish 
passage improvements on rivers in Oregon, and authorizes up to 
$5,000,000 for pilot projects.

Section 423. Northeastern Pennsylvania aquatic ecosystem restoration 
        and protection

    Directs the secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of carrying out aquatic ecosystem restoration and 
protection in the counties of Lackawanna, Lycoming, 
Susquehanna, Wyoming, Pike, Wayne, Sullivan, Bradford, 
Northumberland, Union, Snyder, and Montour, Pennsylvania, 
relating to abandoned mine drainage abatement and 
reestablishment of stream and river channels.

Section 424. Brownsville Ship Channel, Texas

    Directs the Secretary to examine the feasibility of using 
the Bahia Grande for project mitigation in carrying out the 
feasibility study of the project for navigation, Brownsville 
Ship Channel, Texas. Also authorizes credit for wetlands 
restoration work performed by the non-Federal sponsor at Bahia 
Grande, if integral to the project.

Section 425. Sabine Pass to Galveston Bay, Texas

    Authorizes the secretary, in conducting the study for shore 
protection and related improvements between Sabine Pass and the 
entrance to Galveston Bay, to include any benefits related to 
the use of State Highway 87 as an emergency evacuation route.

Section 426. Chehalis River Basin, Washington

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study for the Chehalis 
River basin, including a study of the use of the basin's water 
resources, to assist users in developing a fair and equitable 
distribution of such resources.

Section 427. Sprague, Lincoln County, Washington

    Authorizes the Secretary to accept from the non-Federal 
interest funds provided under another Federal program to pay 
all or part of the non-Federal share of the cost of a 
feasibility study for flood damage reduction in the vicinity of 
Sprague, Lincoln County, Washington, it is a permissible use of 
funds under the other Federal program.

Section 428. Monongahela River Basin, Northern West Virginia

    Directs the secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of carrying out aquatic ecosystem restoration and 
protection projects in the watersheds of the Monongahela River 
basin within the counties of Hancock, Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel, 
Tyler, Pleasants, Wood, Doddridge, Monongalia, Marion, 
Harrison, Taylor, Barbour, Preston, Tucker, Mineral, Grant, 
Gilmer, Brooke, and Ritchie, West Virginia, relating to 
abandoned mine drainage abatement.

Section 429. Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of carrying out a project for flood damage 
reduction and environmental restoration, Menomonee River and 
Underwood Creek.

                   TITLE V--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Section 501. Maintenance of navigation channels

    Authorizes the Secretary to maintain the following 
navigation channels, if feasible: (1) Pix Bayou Navigation 
Channel, Chambers County, Texas; (2) Pidgeon Industrial Harbor, 
Pidgeon Industrial Park, Memphis Harbor, Tennessee; and (3) 
Racine Harbor, Wisconsin. Also directs the Secretary to remove 
sunken vessels and debris between miles 35 and 43 of the 
Channel to Orange, Sabine-Neches Waterway, Texas, for the 
purpose of improving navigation safety and reducing the risk to 
the public.

Section 502. Watershed management

    Authorizes the Secretary to provide technical planning and 
design assistance to a non-Federal interest for carrying out 
watershed management, restoration and development projects in 
the following watersheds: (1) Choctawhatchee, Pea, and Yellow 
Rivers in Barbour, Bullock, Coffee, Covington, Crenshaw, Dale, 
Geneva, Henry Houston, and Pike Counties, Alabama; (2) Spring 
Branch, Huntsville, Alabama; (3) Cucamonga Basin, Upland, 
California; (4) Tuolumne County, California; (5) Kinkaid Lake, 
Jackson County, Illinois; (6) portions of the watersheds of 
Concord, Charles, Blackstone, Neponset, Taunton, Nashua, 
Shawsheen, and Merrimack Rivers, Massachusetts; (7) Jackson 
Brook, New Jersey; (8) portions of the watersheds of Beaver, 
Upper Ohio, Connoquenessing, Lower Allegheny, Kiskiminetas, 
Lower Monongahela, Youghiogheny, Shenango, and Mahoning Rivers 
in Beaver, Butler, Lawrence and Mercer, Pennsylvania; (9) 
Southampton Creek, Southampton, Pennsylvania; (10) Unami Creek, 
Milford Township, Pennsylvania; (11) Amite River basin, 
Louisiana; (12) Iberville Parish, East Atchafalaya River basin, 
Louisiana; (13) Genesee River watershed, New York; (14) 
Tonawanda Creek watershed, New York; (15) Buffalo River 
watershed, New York; (16) Eighteenmile Creek watershed, Niagara 
County, New York; (17) Cattaragus Creek watershed, New York; 
and (18) Oswego River basin, New York.

Section 503. Dam safety

    Authorizes the Secretary to provide assistance to enhance 
dam safety at the following locations: (1) Mountain Park Dam, 
Mountain Park, Georgia; (2) Barber Dam, Ada County, Idaho; (3) 
Fish Creek Dam, Blaine County, Idaho; (4) Lost Valley Dam, 
Adams County, Idaho; (5) Salmon Falls Dam, Twins Falls County, 
Idaho; (6) Whaley Lake Dam, Pawling, New York; and (7) Lake 
Carl Blackwell Dam, Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Section 504. Structural integrity evaluations

    Authorizes the Secretary to evaluate the structural 
integrity and effectiveness of a project for flood damage 
reduction and to prevent project failure at the following 
locations: (1) Arkansas River Levees, Arkansas; (2) Marianna 
Borough, Pennsylvania; and, (3) Nonconnah Creek, Tennessee.

Section 505. Flood mitigation priority areas

    Amends the flood mitigation and riverine restoration 
program in section 212 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1999 to add the following to the list of priority areas for 
review by the Secretary: LaCrosse County, Wisconsin; Crawford 
County, Wisconsin; buffalo County, Wisconsin; Calhoun County, 
Illinois; Saint Charles County, Missouri; Saint Louis County, 
Missouri; Dubuque County, Iowa; Scott County, Iowa; Rock Island 
County, Illinois; Ascension Parish, Louisiana; East Baton Rouge 
Parish, Louisiana; Iberville Parish, Louisiana; and Livingston 
Parish, Louisiana.

Section 506. Additional assistance for authorized projects

    Amends Section 219(e) of the Water Resources Development 
Act of 1992 to increase the authorization for specific projects 
to allow ongoing work to continue.

Section 507. Expedited completion of reports and construction for 
        certain projects

    Directs the Secretary to expedite completion of reports and 
construction for the following projects being carried out under 
continuing authorities for shoreline protection and flood 
damage reduction: (1) Welch Point, Elk River, Mayland, and 
Chesapeake, Maryland; (2) West View Shores, Cecil County, 
Maryland; (3) Sylvan Beach, Breakwater, Verona, Oneida County, 
New York; (4) Fulmer Creek, Village of Mohawk New York; (5) 
Moyer Creek, Village of Frankfort, New York; and (6) Steele 
Creek, Village of Ilion, New York.

Section 508. Expedited completion of reports for certain projects

    Directs the Secretary to expedite completion of the reports 
and, if it is determined that a project is justified proceed to 
project pre-construction, engineering, and design for the 
following: (1) project for flood damage reduction and ecosystem 
restoration, Sacramento and San Joaquin River basins, Hamilton, 
California; and (2) project for shoreline protection, Detroit 
River Greenway Corridor, Detroit, Michigan.

Section 509. Southeastern water resources assessment

    Authorizes the Secretary to provide assistance to a 
coordinated effort by Federal, State, and local agencies, non-
Federal and nonprofit entities, regional researchers, and other 
interested parties to assess the water resources and water 
resources needs of river basins and watersheds of the 
southeastern United States. This assistance may be used to 
support the Southeast Water Supply Institute.

Section 510. Upper Mississippi River Environmental Management Program

    Amends the Upper Mississippi River Environmental Management 
Program to allow the non-Federal interest to provide the non-
Federal share of the project in the form of services, 
materials, supplies, or other in-kind contributions.

Section 511. Missouri and Middle Mississippi Rivers enhancement Project

    Amends the Missouri and Middle Mississippi River 
Enhancement Project to extend the authorization period.

Section 512. Membership of Missouri River Trust

    Amends the membership of the Missouri River Trust to 
include rural water systems.

Section 513. Watershed management, restoration, and development

    Increases the authorization for technical assistance for 
watershed management, restoration, and development to 
$25,000,000.

Section 514. Great Lakes Fishery and Ecosystem Restoration

    Amends the Great Lakes Fishery and Ecosystem Restoration 
program to allow the non-Federal share to be provided in the 
form of in-kind contributions.

Section 515. Susquehanna, Delaware, and Potomac River Basins

    Makes the Division Engineer, North Atlantic Division, an ex 
officio member of the Susquehanna River Basin Compact and the 
Delaware River Basin Compact, authorizes the Secretary to 
provide funding to interstate compacts, and authorizes the 
Secretary to enter into an agreement with the Delaware River 
Basin Commission to provide water from a Corps dam during a 
drought warning or drought emergency, at a cost not to exceed 
incremental operating costs.

Section 516. Chesapeake Bay Environmental Restoration and Protection 
        Program

    Amends section 510 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1996 to increase the authorization of $30,000,000.

Section 517. Montgomery, Alabama

    Directs the Secretary to review the navigation and 
ecosystem restoration components of the Montgomery Riverfront 
and Downtown master Plan, and authorizes the Secretary to 
extend up to $5,000,000 to carry out these components, if 
feasible.

Section 518. Alaska

    Amends section 570 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1999 to increase the authorization level, allow non-profits 
to serve as non-Federal interests, and allow 10% of 
appropriated funds to be used for administration expenses.

Section 519. Akutan Small Boat Harbor, Alaska

    Directs the Secretary to expedite the study for the Akutan 
Small Boat Harbor, Alaska, and upon completion, design and 
construct the project if feasible.

Section 520. Lowell Creek Tunnel, Seward, Alaska

    Directs the Secretary to assume responsibility for the 
long-term maintenance and repair of the Lowell Creek Tunnel and 
also authorizes a study to determine whether alternative 
methods of flood diversion in Lowell Canyon are feasible.

Section 521. St. Herman Harbor, Alaska

    Directs the Secretary, on an emergency basis, to remove 
rubble, sediment, and rock impeding at the St. Herman Harbor 
entrance in Kodiak, Alaska, at a Federal cost not to exceed 
$2,000,000.

Section 522. Augusta and Clarendon, Arkansas

    Authorizes the Secretary to perform operation, maintenance 
and rehabilitation of authorized and completed levees on the 
White River between Augusta and Clarendon, Arkansas. Requires 
the Secretary to seek reimbursement from the Secretary of the 
Interior for the share of the cost of performing such 
maintenance and repair allocated to benefits to a Federal 
wildlife refuge.

Section 523. Loomis Landing, Arkansas

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine if 
shore damage in the vicinity of Loomis Landing, Arkansas is the 
result of a Federal navigation project, and to mitigate any 
such damage that has occurred.

Section 524. St. Francis River Basin, Arkansas and Missouri

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine if 
increased siltation and streambank erosion are the results of a 
Federal flood damage reduction project, and to mitigate such 
siltation and erosion in the St. Francis River basin.

Section 525. Cambria, California

    Amends section 219(f)(48) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 to direct the Secretary to provide 
credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the work 
performed by the non-Federal interest, not to exceed $3,000,00, 
if an integral part of the project.

Section 526. East San Joaquin County, California

    Amends section 219(f)(22) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 to direct the Secretary to provide 
credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the work 
preformed by the non-Federal interest, if determined by the 
Secretary to be an integral part of the project.

Section 527. Harbor/South Bay, California

    Amends section 219(f)(43) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 to broaden the scope of the authority.

Section 528. Sacramento Area, California

    Amends section 219(f)(23) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 to increase the authorization and 
broaden the scope of the authority.

Section 529. San Francisco, California

    Authorizes the Secretary to remove a wharf and associated 
pilings and dredged material at Pier 70 in San Francisco, at a 
cost not to exceed $1,600,000.

Section 530. San Francisco, California, Waterfront Area

    Declares a portion of the San Francisco, California, 
waterfront to be nonnavigable.

Section 531. Stockton, California

    Directs the Secretary to evaluate the feasibility of the 
Lower Mosher Slough element and the levee extensions on the 
Upper Calaveras River element of the project for flood damage 
reduction, Stockton Metropolitan Area, California, to determine 
the eligibility of such elements for reimbursement. Directs the 
Secretary to provide reimbursement if such elements of the 
project are technically sound, environmentally acceptable, and 
economically justified.

Section 532. Everglades Restoration, Florida

    Amends the authorization of the Comprehensive Everglades 
Restoration Plan to incorporate certain pre-existing projects 
into the Plan , to provide an authorization amount for outreach 
and assistance, and to increase the authorization for certain 
critical restoration projects.

Section 533. Mayo's Bar Lock and Dam, Coosa River, Rome, Georgia

    Authorizes the Secretary to provide assistance for the 
reconstruction of the Mayo's Bar Lock and Dam, Coosa River, 
Rome, Georgia.

Section 534. Riley Creek Recreation Area, Idaho

    Authorizes the Secretary to carry out the Riley Creek 
Recreation Area Master Plan for the Corps of Engineers project 
at Albeni Falls Dam, Bonner County, Idaho.

Section 535. Grand Tower Drainage and Levees, Grand Tower Township, 
        Illinois

    Authorizes the Secretary to perform operation and 
maintenance of levees on the Mississippi River in Grand Tower 
Township, Illinois, and directs the Secretary to allocate the 
costs of such work between the Federal government and non-
Federal interests based on whether lands protected by the 
levees are owned by the United States or are private property.

Section 536. Kaskaskia River Basin, Illinois, restoration

    Authorizes the Secretary to develop a comprehensive plan 
for the purpose of restoring the Kaskaskia River Basin.

Section 537. Natalie Creek, Midlothian and Oak Forest, Illinois

    Directs the Secretary to carry out a small project for 
flood damage reduction under section 205 of the Flood Control 
Act of 1948 at Natalie Creek, Midlothian and Oak Forest, 
Illinois, if feasible.

Section 538. Illinois River Basin restoration

    Extends the authorization for restoration of the Illinois 
River Basin until 2010. In developing and implementing the 
computerized inventory and analysis system, the Secretary is 
directed to consider the Illinois River Decision Support 
System.

Section 539. Calumet Region, Indiana

    Amends section 219(f)(1) of the Water Resources Development 
Act of 1992 to increase the authorization and change the 
geographic scope of the authorization.

Section 540. Rathbun Lake, Iowa

    Directs the Secretary to provide water supply storage at 
100 percent local cost to a regional water association, and to 
provide credit towards these costs for certain in-kind 
contributions.

Section 541. Mayfield Creek and tributaries, Kentucky

    Directs the Secretary to conducts a study of flood damage 
along Mayfield Creek and tributaries between Wickliffe and 
Mayfield, Kentucky, to determine if the damage is the result of 
a Federal navigation project and to mitigate any such damage.

Section 542. Southern and Eastern Kentucky

    Amends section 531(b) of the Water Resources Development 
Act of 1996 to expand the project purposes, change the 
geographic scope of the authorization, and increase the 
authorization.

Section 543. Coastal Louisiana Ecosystem protection and restoration

    Directs the Corps to develop a comprehensive plan for 
protecting, preserving and restoring the Coastal Louisiana 
Ecosystem.

Section 544. Baton Rouge, Louisiana

    Amends section 219(f)(21) of the Water Resources and 
Development act of 1992 of 1992 to increase the authorization 
level.

Section 545. West Baton rouge Parish, Louisiana

    Amends section 517 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1999 to make a technical correction to the description of a 
project.

Section 546. Chesapeake Bay Shoreline, Maryland, Virginia, 
        Pennsylvania, and Delaware

    Authorizes the Secretary to undertake pilot projects during 
the feasibility study on shoreline erosion and related sediment 
management issues to protect land and water resources of the 
Chesapeake Bay.

Section 547. Delmarva Conservation Corridor, Maryland

    Authorizes the Secretary to provide technical assistance to 
the Secretary of Agriculture in carrying out projects under the 
Conservation Corridor Demonstration Program, and to coordinate 
and integrate activities of the Secretary of the Army with 
activities of the Secretary of Agriculture in such conservation 
corridor.

Section 548. Detroit River, Michigan

    Amends the shoreline protection project authorized under 
section 568(c)(2) of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1999 to increase the authorization level.

Section 549. Oakland County, Michigan

    Amends section 219(f)(29) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 to expand the scope of authority.

Section 550. St. Clair River and Lake St. Clair, Michigan

    Authorizes the Secretary to carry out feasible aquatic 
ecosystem restoration projects identified in the comprehensive 
management plan for St. Clair River and Lake St. Clair, 
Michigan, at a federal cost not to exceed $10,000,000.

Section 551. Garrison and Kathio Township, Minnesota

    Amends section 219(f)(61) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 to specify the entity to receive 
assistance.

Section 552. Northeastern Minnesota

    Amends section 569 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1999 to change the geographic scope of the authorization, to 
authorize non-profit entities to serve as non-Federal sponsors, 
and to allow 10% of amounts appropriated to be used for 
administrative expenses. Directs the Secretary to reimburse the 
non-Federal sponsor of the environmental infrastructure project 
in Biwabik, Minnesota, for project costs that exceed the non-
Federal share of project costs.

Section 553. St. Louis, Missouri

    Amends section 219(f)(32) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 to increase the authorization.

Section 544. Rural Nevada

    Amends section 595(h)(1) of the Water Resources Development 
Act of 1999, to increase the authorization to $40,000,000.

Section 555. Hackensack Meadowlands Area, New Jersey

    Amends the ecosystem management program authorized under 
section 324 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 to 
change the non-Federal sponsor, expand the scope of the 
authorization, allow credit for in-kind services, and increase 
the authorization of appropriations.

Section 556. Atlantic Coast of New York

    Amends the monitoring program authorized under section 
404(a) of the Water Resources development Act of 1992 to 
clarify the scope of the program, require annual reports, and 
extend the authorization.

Section 557. College Point, New York City, New York

    Authorizes the Secretary to give priority to environmental 
dredging in College Point, Queens, New York.

Section 558. flushing Bay and Creek, New York City, New York

    Directs the Secretary to provide credit for the cost of 
work performed by the non-Federal interest for ecosystem 
restoration for Flushing Bay and Creek, New York City, New 
York, if an integral part of the project.

Section 559. Little Neck Bay, Village of Kings Point, New York

    Authorizes the Secretary to carry out a navigation project 
at Little Neck Bay, Village of Kings Point, New York, to allow 
safe operation of the vessel T/V Kings Pointer and directs the 
Secretary to seek reimbursement from the United States Merchant 
Marine Academy.

Section 560. Stanley County, North Carolina

    Amends section 219(f)(64) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 to expand the scope of the authority.

Section 561. Piedmont Lake Dam, Ohio

    Directs the Secretary to upgrade the road on Piedmont Lake 
Dam, Ohio, to public use standards when reconstructing the road 
as part of a project for dam safety. Provides that any increase 
in cost, between the cost of a road the Secretary would 
otherwise build as part of the project, and the cost of a road 
that meets public use standards, shall be a local cost.

Section 562. Waurika Lake, Oklahoma

    Provides that the remaining obligation of the Waurika 
Project Master Conservancy District agreed to on June 3, 1986, 
payable to the U.S. Government, may not be adjusted, altered, 
or changed without a specific, separate, and written agreement 
between the District and the United States Government.

Section 563. Columbia River, Oregon

    Amends section 401(b)(3) of Public Law 100-581 to include 
Celilo Village, Oregon.

Section 564. Eugene, Oregon

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study of the feasibility 
of restoring the millrace in Eugene, Oregon and, if feasible, 
carry out the restoration. Also directs the Secretary to 
include non-economic benefits when determining feasibility.

Section 565. John Day Lock and Dam, Lake Umatilla, Oregon and 
        Washington

    Directs the Secretary to pay $2,500,000 for research and 
curation support provided to the Federal Government as a result 
of the multi-purpose project and the several navigation and 
flood damage reduction projects constructed on the Columbia 
River and Lower Willamette River, Oregon and Washington.

Section 566. Lowell, Oregon

    Authorizes the Secretary to convey land in Lowell, Oregon.

Section 567. Hagerman's Run, Williamsport, Pennsylvania

    Authorizes the Secretary to rehabilitate pumps at a project 
for flood damage reduction, Hagerman's Run, Williamsport, 
Pennsylvania, at a total cost of $225,000.

Section 568. Northeast Pennsylvania

    Amends section 219(f)(11) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 to modify the geographic scope of the 
authorization.

Section 569. Susquehannock Campground Access Road, Raystown Lake, 
        Pennsylvania

    Authorizes the Secretary to provide up to $500,000 for 
improvements to the Susquehannock Campground access road at the 
Corps of Engineers project at Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania.

Section 570. Upper Susquehanna River Basin, Pennsylvania and New York

    Amends the authorization for flood damage reduction and 
environmental restoration under section 567 of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1992 to increase the authorization 
and to authorize pilot projects not to exceed $500,000. The 
amendment also substitutes the word ``cooperative'' for the 
word ``cooperation'' in describing the agreements under which 
the Corps is able to obtain the assistance of non-Federal 
interests in carrying out the project. This will clarify that 
the Corps may work directly with public and non-profit 
organizations with expertise in wetland and stream restoration, 
including organizations such as Ducks Unlimited and local soil 
and water conservation districts. Finally, the amendment 
provides for credit against the non-Federal share of work done 
by local sponsors where such work is integral to the project 
and acceptance of in-kind services and materials provided by 
non-Federal interests.

Section 571. Washington, Greene, Westmoreland, and Fayette Counties, 
        Pennsylvania

    Amends section 219(f)(70) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 to increase the authorization.

Section 572. Cano Martin Pena, San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Directs the Secretary to review a report prepared for the 
non-Federal interest concerning flood protection and 
environment restoration for Cano Martin Pena, San Juan, Puerto 
Rico, and, if feasible, authorizes the Secretary to carry out 
the project at a total cost of $130,000,000, with an estimated 
Federal cost of $85,000,000 and an estimated non-Federal cost 
of $45,000,000.

Section 573. Lakes Marion and Moultrie, South Carolina

    Amends section 219(f)(25) of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1992 to increase the authorization and 
broaden the scope of the authorization.

Section 574. Upper Big Sioux River, Watertown, South Dakota

    Directs the Secretary to review the August 1994 report of 
the Chief of Engineers for the project for flood damage 
reduction, Upper Big Sioux River, Watertown, South Dakota, and 
authorizes the Secretary to construct the project, if it 
remains feasible. Also authorizes credit toward planning and 
design work performed by the non-Federal sponsor, if integral 
to the project.

Section 575. Fritz Landing, Tennessee

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study of the Fritz 
Landing Agricultural Spur Leveel, Tennessee, to determine the 
extent of levee modifications that would be required to bring 
the levee and associated drainage structures up to Federal 
standards, to design and construct such modifications, and to 
incorporate the levees into the project for flood damage 
reduction, Mississippi River and Tributaries.

Section 576. Memphis, Tennessee

    Authorizes the Secretary to review the aquatic ecosystem 
restoration component of the Memphis Riverfront Development 
Master Plan prepared by the non-Federal interest and, if the 
Secretary determines that the component meets the evaluation 
and design standards of the Corps of Engineers, authorizes the 
Secretary to carry out that component at a total Federal cost 
not to exceed $5,000,000.

Section 577. Town Creek, Lenoir City, Tennessee

    Directs the Secretary to construct the project for flood 
damage reduction designated as Alternative 4 in the Town Creek, 
Lenoir City, Loudon City, Tennessee, in accordance with the 
feasibility report of the Nashville district engineer dated 
November 2000, at a total cost not to exceed $1,250,000.

Section 578. Tennessee River Partnership

    Authorizes the Secretary to enter into a partnership with a 
nonprofit entity to remove debris from the Tennessee River in 
the vicinity of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Section 579. Clear Creek and Tributaries, Harris and Galveston 
        Counties, Texas

    Directs the Secretary to expedite completion of the report 
for the project for flood damage reduction, ecosystem 
restoration, and recreation, Clear Creek and tributaries, 
Harris and Galveston Counties, Texas.

Section 580. Halls Bayou, Texas

    Amends section 211 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1996 to add the project for flood damage reduction, Halls 
Bayou, Texas

Section 581. Harris Gully, Harris County, Texas

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine the 
feasibility of carrying out a project for flood damage 
reduction to protect the Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas, 
using studies and plans developed by the non-Federal sponsor, 
to the maximum extent practicable. Also authorizes the 
Secretary to carry out critical flood damage reduction 
projects, at a Federal cost not to exceed $7,000,000, 
authorizes credit for work performed by the non-Federal 
interest if integral to the project, and authorizes a non-
profit entity to serve as the non-federal interest.

Section 582. Onion Creek, Texas

    Directs the Secretary to provide credit toward the non-
Federal share the cost of relocations carried out before the 
date of the cooperation agreement, if integral to the project.

Section 583. Pelican Island, Texas

    Amends 33 U.S.C. 59hh to authorize the Secretary to provide 
a letter of intent to the city of Galveston, Texas, to convey 
property currently being used for management of dredged 
material, under certain terms and conditions.

Section 584. Riverside Oxbow, Fort Worth, Texas

    Directs the Secretary to provide credit for the cost of 
work performed by the non-Federal interest on the Beach Street 
Dam and associated features, if determined by the Secretary to 
be an integral part of the project.

Section 585. Richmond National Battlefield Park, Richmond, Virginia

    Authorizes the Secretary to carry out bluff stabilization 
measures on the James River to protect a Civil War battlefield 
known as Drewry's Bluff. Directs the Secretary to seek 
reimbursement from the Secretary of the Interior.

Section 586. Baker Bay and Illwaco Harbor, Washington

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to determine if 
increased siltation is the result of a Federal navigation 
project and, if so, to mitigate the siltation in the Baker Bay 
and Illwaco Harbor, Washington.

Section 587. Chehalis River, Centralia, Washington

    Directs the Secretary to provide credit for the cost of 
work performed by the non-Federal interest for flood damage 
reduction if determined by the Secretary to be an integral part 
of the project.

Section 588. Hamilton Island Campground, Washington

    Authorizes the Secretary to plan, design and construct a 
campground for Bonneville Lock and Dam at Hamilton Island in 
Skamania County, Washington.

Section 589. Puget Island, Washington

    Directs the Secretary to place dredged and other suitable 
material along portions of the Columbia River shoreline of 
Puget Island, at a Federal cost not to exceed $1,000,000.

Section 590. West Virginia and Pennsylvania Flood control

    Amends section 581 of WRDA 1996 to expand the scope of the 
authority and to increase the authorization.

Section 591. Lower Kanawha River Basin, West Virginia

    Directs the Secretary to conduct a watershed and river 
basin assessment for the Lower Kanawha River Basin, in certain 
counties in West Virginia.

Section 592. Central West Virginia.

    Amends sections 571 of WRDA 1999 to modify the geographic 
scope of the authorization, to allow nonprofit entities to 
serve as non-Federal interests, and to allow 10% of 
appropriated amounts to be used for administrative expenses.

Section 593. Southern West Virginia

    Amends section 340 of WRDA 1992 to modify the geographic 
scope of the authorization, to allow nonprofit entities to 
serve as non-Federal interests, and to allow 10% of 
appropriated amounts to be used for administration expenses.

Section 594. Additional assistance for critical projects

    Amends section 219 of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1992 to add assistance for critical projects.

                           Additional Matters

    The water levels of the Great Lakes are cyclical, rising 
and falling as temperature and precipitation patterns naturally 
change over the years. Currently, the level of the Lake Huron 
is in a low period, exposing muck and weeds that can be both 
unhealthy and unsightly. This exposed lake bottom also can 
serve as a breeding ground for mosquitoes. The Committee is 
aware that some owners of property on Lake Huron, in Saginaw 
Bay, have tried to clean up this muck and weeds. As a result of 
these beach maintenance activities, the Corps of Engineers has 
issued cease and desist orders and threatened some landowners 
with penalties under section 404 of the Clean Water Act and 
section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act. In fact, the Detroit 
District has informed us. ``[I]n an effort to keep such 
unauthorized work from spreading across the entire Saginaw Bay, 
we secured assistance from the US Attorneys Office to take 
action against three, randomly chosen parties,'' threatening 
criminal penalties.
    The Committee is concerned about how the Detroit District 
chose to address this situation. The Committee directs the 
Corps of Engineers to examine its enforcement measures, and 
instead emphasize education and compliance assistance to carry 
out its regulatory authorities.
    The Committee directs the Secretary to have the Secretary's 
Counsel review section 404 of the Clean Water Act, section 10 
of the Rivers and Harbors Act, and the beach maintenance 
activities of landowners along Lake Huron, to determine if 
these activities actually constitute an activity that requires 
a permit under federal or state law.
    If, after the review, Counsel for the Army determines that 
the beach maintenance activities of these landowners are 
regulated activities, the Committee directs the Corps of 
Engineers to work with the property owners the effects of the 
beach maintenance activities and bring them within the scope of 
a general permit.
    The Committee also is aware of problems with an invasive 
aquatic species known as tamarisk, or salt cedar, that is using 
2 to 4.5 million acre-feet of water in reservoirs on the West 
Coast. The Corps of Engineers' has a great deal of expertise in 
aquatic plant control through its Aquatic Plant Control 
Research Program. The Committee encourages the Corps to look 
for opportunities to use this program to assist with the 
control of tamarisk.

            Legislative History and Committee Consideration

    The Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment held 
three days of hearings on projects, programs and policies 
considered during the development of H.R. 5428: on March 7, 
2002; April 10, 2002; and April 17, 2002. During these 
hearings, testimony was received from 30 witnesses, including 
Members of Congress, the Administration, project sponsors, 
national water resources development and environmental 
organizations, and state and local officials. On February 27, 
2002, the Subcommittee also held a hearing on the Corps of 
Engineers' Budget and Priorities for FY 2003, receiving 
testimony from the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil 
Works.
    On September 24, 2002, the Subcommittee on Water Resources 
and Environment marked up H.R. 5428, and reported the bill 
favorably to the Full Committee by voice vote. The 
Transportation and Infrastructure Committee met in open session 
on September 25, 2002 and adopted by voice a manager's 
amendment, offered by Mr. Duncan. The amendment made technical 
and clarifying changes, revised several project authorizations, 
and added various provisions related to studies and projects. 
The Committee ordered the bill H.R. 5428, as amended, reported 
to the House by voice vote.

                             ROLLCALL VOTES

    Clause 3(b) of rule XIII of the House of Representatives 
requires each committee report to include the total number of 
votes cast for and against on each rollcall vote on a motion to 
report and on any amendment offered to the measure or matter, 
and the names of those members voting for and against. There 
were no recorded votes taken in connection with ordering H.R. 
5428 reported. A motion to order H.R. 5428 reported to the 
House, with an amendment, was agreed to by voice vote.

                      COMMITTEE OVERSIGHT FINDINGS

    With respect to the requirements of clause 3(c)(1) of rule 
XIII of the Rules of the House of Representatives, the 
Committee's oversight findings and recommendations are 
reflected in this report.

                          COST OF LEGISLATION

    Clause 3(c)(2) of rule XIII of the Rules of the House of 
Representatives does not apply where a cost estimate and 
comparison prepared by the Director of the Congressional Budget 
Office under section 402 of the Congressional Budget Act of 
1974 has been timely submitted prior to the filing of the 
report and is included in the report. Such a cost estimate is 
included in this report.

                    COMPLIANCE WITH HOUSE RULE XIII

    1. With respect to the requirement of clause 3(c)(2) of 
rule XIII of the Rules of the House of Representatives, and 
308(a) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974, the Committee 
references the report of the Congressional Budget Office 
included below.
    2. With respect to the requirement of clause 3(c)(4) of 
rule XIII of the Rules of the House of Representatives, the 
performance goals and objectives of this legislation are the 
improvement of navigation, flood damage reduction, shoreline 
protection, dam safety, water supply, recreation, and 
environmental restoration and protection.
    3. With respect to the requirement of clause 3(c)(4) of 
rule XIII of the Rules of the House of Representatives and 
section 402 of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974, the 
Committee has received the following cost estimate for H.R. 
5428 from the Director of the Congressional Budget Office.

                                     U.S. Congress,
                               Congressional Budget Office,
                                Washington, DC, September 30, 2002.
Hon. Don Young,
Chairman, Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure,
House of Representatives, Washington, DC.
    Dear Mr. Chairman: The Congressional Budget Office has 
prepared the enclosed cost estimate for H.R. 5428, the Water 
Resources Development Act of 2002.
    If you wish further details on this estimate, we will be 
pleased to provide them. The CBO staff contact is Julie 
Middleton.
            Sincerely,
                                          Barry B. Anderson
                                    (For Dan L. Crippen, Director).
    Enclosure.

H.R. 5428--Water Resources Development Act of 2002

    Summary: H.R. 5428 would authorize the Secretary of Army, 
acting through the Army Corps of Engineers, to conduct water 
resource studies and undertake specified projects and programs 
for flood control, inland navigation, shoreline protection, and 
environmental restoration. The bill would authorize the 
Secretary to conduct studies on water resources needs and 
feasibility studies for specified projects and convey ownership 
of certain federal properties. Finally, the bill would extend, 
terminate, or modify existing authorizations for certain water 
projects and would authorize new programs to develop water 
resources and protect the environment.
    Assuming appropriation of the necessary amounts, including 
adjustments for increases in anticipated inflation, CBO 
estimates that implementing H.R. 5428 would cost about $2.1 
billion over the 2003-2007 period and an additional $2 billion 
over the 10 years after 2007. (Some construction costs and 
operations and maintenance would continue or occur after those 
15 years.) In addition, CBO estimates that enacting H.R. 5428 
would increase direct spending by $17 million over the 2003-
2007 period and by $32 million over the 2003-2012 period.
    H.R. 5428 contains no intergovernmental or private-sector 
mandates as defined in the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act (UMRA). 
Federal participation in water resources projects and programs 
authorized by this bill would benefit state, local, and tribal 
governments, and any costs incurred by those governments to 
comply with the conditions of this federal assistance would be 
voluntary.
    Estimated cost to the Federal Government: The estimated 
budgetary impact of H.R. 5428 is shown in the following table. 
The costs of this legislation fall within budget function 300 
(natural resources and the environment).

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                                                                  By fiscal year, in millions of dollars--
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                                                              2003       2004       2005       2006       2007
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                                  CHANGES IN SPENDING SUBJECT TO APPROPRIATION

Estimated Authorization Level............................        736        536        403        356        319
Estimated Outlays........................................        368        525        500        399        345

                                           CHANGES IN DIRECT SPENDING

Estimated Budget Authority...............................          5          3          3          3          3
Estimated Outlays........................................          5          3          3          3          3
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Basis of estimate

    For this estimate, CBO assumes that H.R. 5428 will be 
enacted near the beginning of fiscal year 2003 and that all 
amounts authorized by the bill will be appropriated for each 
fiscal year.
            Spending subject to appropriation
    For projects specified in the bill, the Corps provided CBO 
with estimates of annual budget authority needed to meet design 
and construction schedules. CBO adjusted those estimates to 
reflect the impact of anticipated inflation during the time 
between project authorization and appropriation of construction 
costs. Estimated outlays are based on historical spending rates 
for past Corps projects.
    H.R. 5428 would authorize new projects related to 
environmental restoration, shoreline protection, and 
navigation. Two of the larger projects that would be authorized 
by the bill include a project for hurricane and storm damage 
reduction in Louisiana with a federal cost of $442 million and 
a replacement lock for the Chickamauga Lock and Dam in 
Tennessee with an estimated federal cost of $267 million. In 
addition, this bill would modify many existing projects and 
programs by increasing the amounts authorized to be 
appropriated to construct or maintain them or by increasing the 
federal share of project costs.
            Direct spending
    CBO estimates that enacting H.R. 5428 would increase direct 
spending by $17 million over the 2003-2007 period and by $3 
million each year after 2007. Components of this total cost are 
described below.
    Spending of Recreation Fees.--Section 217 would permanently 
authorize the Corps to retain and spend annual recreation fees 
collected in excess of $34 million a year. The Corps' authority 
to retain and spend those fees expired at the end of fiscal 
year 2002. CBO estimates that this extension would cost about 
$3 million a year.
    Rathbun Lake Project.--Section 540 would authorize the 
Secretary to convey a certain portion of the water supply 
storage capacity of Rathbun Lake to the Rathbun Regional Water 
Association. In exchange, the Water Association would fund, 
construct, operate, and maintain a regional visitor center 
complex on federal land at Rathbun Lake. CBO estimates that 
enacting this section would cost about $2 million in 2003 
because the Corps would forgo receipts that the Rathbun 
Regional Water Association would have otherwise paid for the 
unallocated water supply storage.
    Waurika Lake Project.--Section 562 would eliminate the 
obligation of the Waurika Project Master Conservancy District 
in Oklahoma to pay its outstanding debt related to the 
construction of a water conveyance project. Due to an 
accounting error, the Corps inadvertently undercharged the 
district for costs associated with a land purchase related to 
the water project in the early 1980s. Under the terms of the 
construction contract, the district is required to pay all 
costs associated with building the project, including the full 
cost of the land purchases. CBO estimates that enacting this 
section would cost less than $200,000 a year over the 2003-2027 
period.
    Annual Passes for Recreation.--Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania. 
Section 201 would extend the pilot project that allows the 
Corps to charge lower fees at its Raystown Lake recreation 
facility in Pennsylvania by one year. CBO estimates that 
extending the program until December 31, 2004, would cost less 
than $100,000 over the next two years.
    Funding to Process Permits.--Section 204 would extend the 
Corps' current authority for two more years to accept and spend 
funds contributed by private firms to expedite the evaluation 
of permit applications submitted to the Corps. CBO estimates 
that the Corps would accept and spend less than $500,000 during 
each year of this extension and that the net budgetary impact 
of this provision would be negligible.
    Elizabeth River Project.--Section 376 would eliminate the 
obligation of the city of Chesapeake, Virginia, to pay its 
outstanding debt to the federal government related to the 
construction of a navigation channel. Section 358 of the Water 
Resources Development Act of 1999 waived the city's obligation 
to repay its share of the cost of construction of the channel 
that remained unpaid as of September 30, 1999. That act, 
however, did not eliminate the city's responsibility to pay 
those amounts in arrears prior to September 30, 1999. CBO 
estimates that the cost of this additional debt forgiveness 
would be less than $500,000 in 2003
    Various Land Conveyances.--H.R. 5428 would authorize the 
Corps to convey certain lands in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Oregon. 
The bill would authorize the Corps to convey 7.4 acres to Geary 
County, Kansas, for the construction, operation, and 
maintenance of a fire station and 265 acres at Eufaula Lake in 
Oklahoma to the Choctaw Nation. In addition, section 566 would 
authorize the Corps and the U.S. Forest Service to convey 
approximately three acres of land and buildings in Lowell, 
Oregon, to the Lowell School District. CBO estimates that those 
conveyances would have no significant impact on the federal 
budget.
    Intergovernmental and private-sector impact: H.R. 5428 
contains no intergovernmental or private-sector mandates as 
defined in UMRA. Federal participation in water resources 
projects and programs authorized by this bill would benefit 
state, local, and tribal governments. Governments that choose 
to participate in those projects would incur costs to comply 
with the conditions of the federal assistance, including cost-
sharing requirements, but such costs would be voluntary. In 
addition, some state and local governments participating in 
ongoing water resources projects would benefit from provisions 
in the bill that would alter existing cost-sharing obligations. 
Many of those provisions would make it easier for nonfederal 
participants to meet their obligations by giving them credit 
for expense they have already incurred or by expanding the 
types of expenditures counted as part of the nonfederal share.
    Estimate prepared by: Federal costs: Julie Middleton; 
Impact on state, local, and tribal governments: Marjorie 
Miller; and Impact on the private sector: Lauren Marks.
    Estimate approved by: Peter H. Fontaine, Deputy Assistant 
Director for Budget Analysis.

                   Constitutional Authority Statement

    Pursuant to clause (3)(d)(1) of rule XIII of the Rules of 
the House of Representatives, committee reports on a bill or 
joint resolution of a public character shall include a 
statement citing the specific powers granted to the Congress in 
the Constitution to enact the measure. The Committee on 
Transportation and Infrastructure finds that Congress has the 
authority to enact this measure pursuant to its powers granted 
under article I, section 8 of the Constitution.

                       Federal Mandates Statement

    The Committee adopts as its own the estimate of Federal 
mandates prepared by the Director of the Congressional Budget 
Office pursuant to section 423 of the Unfunded Mandates Reform 
Act, (Public Law 104-4).

                        Preemption Clarification

    Section 423 of the Congressional Budget Act of 1994 
requires the report of any Committee on a bill or joint 
resolution to include a statement on the extent to which the 
bill or joint resolution is intended to preempt state, local or 
tribal law. The Committee states that H.R. 5428 does not 
preempt any state, local, or tribal law.

                      Advisory Committee Statement

    No advisory committees within the meaning of section 5(b) 
of the Federal Advisory Committee Act are created by this 
legislation.

                Applicability to the Legislative Branch

    The Committee finds that the legislation does not relate to 
the terms and conditions of employment or access to public 
services or accommodations within the meaning of section 
102(b)(3) of the Congressional Accountability Act. (Public Law 
104-1).

         Changes in Existing Law Made by the Bill, as Reported

  In compliance with clause 3(e) of rule XIII of the Rules of 
the House of Representatives, changes in existing law made by 
the bill, as reported, are shown as follows (existing law 
proposed to be omitted is enclosed in black brackets, new 
matter is printed in italic, existing law in which no change is 
proposed is shown in roman):

                 WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1996

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                      TITLE II--GENERAL PROVISIONS

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SEC. 208. RECREATION POLICY AND USER FEES.

  (a) * * *

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  (c) Alternative to Annual Passes.--
          (1) * * *

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          (4) Expiration of authority.--The authority to 
        establish an annual pass under paragraph (2) shall 
        expire on [the December 31, 2003] December 31, 2004.

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SEC. 211. CONSTRUCTION OF FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS BY NON-FEDERAL 
                    INTERESTS.

  (a) * * *

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  (f) Specific Projects.--For the purpose of demonstrating the 
potential advantages and effectiveness of non-Federal 
implementation of flood control projects, the Secretary shall 
enter into agreements pursuant to this section with non-Federal 
interests for development of the following flood control 
projects by such interests:
          (1) * * *

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          (7) Halls bayou, texas.--The project for flood 
        control, Halls Bayou, Texas.
          [(7)] (8) Hunting bayou, texas.--The Hunting Bayou 
        element of the project for flood control, Buffalo Bayou 
        and tributaries, Texas, authorized by such section; 
        except that, subject to the approval of the Secretary 
        as provided by this section, the non-Federal interest 
        may design and construct an alternative to such 
        element.
          [(8)] (9) White oak bayou, texas.--The project for 
        flood control, White Oak Bayou watershed, Texas.

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SEC. 217. DREDGED MATERIAL DISPOSAL FACILITY PARTNERSHIPS.

  (a) * * *

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  (c) Governmental Partnerships.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary may enter into cost-
        sharing agreements with 1 or more non-Federal public 
        interests with respect to a project, or group of 
        projects within a geographic region if appropriate, for 
        the acquisition, design, construction, management, or 
        operation of a dredged material processing, treatment, 
        or disposal facility (including any facility used to 
        demonstrate potential beneficial uses of dredged 
        material) using funds provided in whole or in part by 
        the Federal Government. One or more of the parties of 
        the agreement may perform the acquisition, design, 
        construction, management, or operation of a dredged 
        material processing, treatment, or disposal facility. 
        If appropriate, the Secretary may combine portions of 
        separate construction or maintenance appropriations 
        from separate Federal projects with the appropriate 
        combined cost-sharing between the various projects when 
        the facility serves to manage dredged material from 
        multiple Federal projects located in the geographic 
        region of the facility.
          (2) Public financing.--
                  (A) Agreements.--The agreement used shall 
                clearly specify the Federal funding sources and 
                combined cost-sharing when applicable to 
                multiple Federal navigation projects and the 
                responsibilities and risks of each of the 
                parties related to present and future dredged 
                material managed by the facility.
                  (B) Credit.--Nothing in this subsection 
                supersedes or modifies existing agreements 
                between the Federal Government and any non-
                Federal sponsors for the cost-sharing, 
                construction, and operation and maintenance of 
                Federal navigation projects. Subject to the 
                approval of the Secretary and in accordance 
                with existing laws, regulations, and policies, 
                a non-Federal public sponsor of a Federal 
                navigation project may seek credit for funds 
                provided in the acquisition, design, 
                construction, management, or operation of a 
                dredged material processing, treatment, or 
                disposal facility to the extent the facility is 
                used to manage dredged material from the 
                Federal navigation project. The non-Federal 
                sponsor shall be responsible for providing all 
                necessary lands, easements, rights-of-way, or 
                relocations associated with the facility and 
                shall receive credit for these items.
  [(c)] (d) Public-Private Partnerships.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary may carry out a 
        program to evaluate and implement opportunities for 
        public-private partnerships in the design, 
        construction, management, or operation of dredged 
        material processing, treatment, or disposal facilities 
        in connection with construction or maintenance of 
        Federal navigation projects. If a non-Federal interest 
        is a sponsor of the project, the Secretary shall 
        consult with the non-Federal interest in carrying out 
        the program with respect to the project.
          (2) Private financing.--
                  (A) Agreements.--In carrying out this 
                subsection, the Secretary may enter into an 
                agreement with a non-Federal interest with 
                respect to a project, a private entity, or both 
                for the acquisition, design, construction, 
                management, or operation of a dredged material 
                processing, treatment, or disposal facility 
                (including any facility used to demonstrate 
                potential beneficial uses of dredged material) 
                using funds provided in whole or in part by the 
                private entity.
                  (B) Reimbursement.--If any funds provided by 
                a private entity are used to carry out a 
                project under this subsection, the Secretary 
                may reimburse the private entity over a period 
                of time agreed to by the parties to the 
                agreement through the payment of subsequent 
                user fees. Such fees may include the payment of 
                a disposal or tipping fee for placement of 
                suitable dredged material at the facility.

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                   TITLE V--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

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SEC. 501. LAND CONVEYANCES.

  (a) * * *

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  (g) Boardman, Oregon.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall convey to the 
        [city of Boardman,] the Boardman Park and Recreation 
        District, Boardman, Oregon, all right, title, and 
        interest of the United States in and to a parcel of 
        land consisting of approximately 141 acres acquired as 
        part of the John Day Lock and Dam project in the 
        vicinity of [such city] the city of Boardman currently 
        under lease to the Boardman Park and Recreation 
        District.

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SEC. 503. WATERSHED MANAGEMENT, RESTORATION, AND DEVELOPMENT.

  (a) * * *

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  (e) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section [$15,000,000] 
$25,000,000.

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SEC. 510. CHESAPEAKE BAY ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION AND PROTECTION 
                    PROGRAM.

  (a) * * *

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  (i) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section [$10,000,000] 
$30,000,000.

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SEC. 528. EVERGLADES AND SOUTH FLORIDA ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION.

  (a) * * *
  (b) Restoration Activities.--
          (1) * * *

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          (3) Critical restoration projects.--
                  (A) * * *

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                  (C) Authorization of appropriations.--
                          (i) In general.--There is authorized 
                        to be appropriated to the Department of 
                        the Army to pay the Federal share of 
                        the cost of carrying out projects under 
                        subparagraph (A) [$75,000,000 for the 
                        period consisting of fiscal years 1997 
                        through 2003] $95,000,000.
                          (ii) Federal share.--The Federal 
                        share of the cost of carrying out any 1 
                        project under subparagraph (A) shall be 
                        not more than [$25,000,000] 
                        $30,000,000.

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SEC. 531. SOUTHERN AND EASTERN KENTUCKY.

  (a) * * *
  (b) Form of Assistance.--Assistance under this section may be 
in the form of design and construction assistance for water-
related environmental infrastructure, environmental 
restoration, and resource protection and development projects 
in southern and eastern Kentucky, including projects for 
wastewater treatment and related facilities, water supply and 
related facilities, surface water resource protection and 
development, and small stream flooding, local storm water 
drainage, and related problems.

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  (g) Southern and Eastern Kentucky Defined.--In this section, 
the term ``southern and eastern Kentucky'' means Morgan, Floyd, 
Pulaski, Wayne, Laurel, Knox, Pike, Menifee, Perry, Harlan, 
Breathitt, Martin, Jackson, Wolfe, Clay, Magoffin, Owsley, 
Johnson, Leslie, Lawrence, Knott, Bell, McCreary, Rockcastle, 
Whitley, Lee, Bath, Rowan, and Letcher Counties, Kentucky.
  (h) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section [$25,000,000] 
$40,000,000.
  (i) Corps of Engineers Expenses.--Ten percent of the amounts 
appropriated to carry out this section may be used by the Corps 
of Engineers district offices to administer projects under this 
section at 100 percent Federal expense.

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SEC. 553. NEW YORK STATE CANAL SYSTEM.

  (a) * * *

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  [(c) New York State Canal System Defined.--In this section, 
the term ``New York State Canal System'' means the Erie, 
Oswego, Champlain, and Cayuga-Seneca Canals.]
  (c) New York State Canal System Defined.--In this section, 
the term ``New York State Canal System'' means the 524 miles of 
navigable canal that comprise the New York State Canal System, 
including the Erie, Cayuga-Seneca, Oswego, and Champlain Canals 
and the historic alignments of these canals, including the 
cities of Albany and Buffalo.

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SEC. 567. UPPER SUSQUEHANNA RIVER BASIN, PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW YORK.

  (a) Study and Strategy Development.--The Secretary, in 
cooperation with the Secretary of Agriculture, the State of 
Pennsylvania, and the State of New York, shall conduct a study, 
and develop a strategy, for using wetland restoration, soil and 
water conservation practices, and nonstructural measures to 
reduce flood damage, improve water quality, and create wildlife 
habitat in the following portions of the Upper Susquehanna 
River basin:
          (1) * * *
          (2) The Susquehanna River watershed upstream of the 
        Chemung River, New York, at an estimated Federal cost 
        of [$10,000,000.] $20,000,000, of which the Secretary 
        may utilize not more than $5,000,000 to design and 
        construct feasible pilot projects during the 
        development of the strategy to demonstrate alternative 
        approaches for the strategy. The total cost for any 
        single pilot project may not exceed $500,000. The 
        Secretary shall evaluate the results of the pilot 
        projects and consider the results in the development of 
        the strategy.

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  (c) [Cooperation] Cooperative Agreements.--In conducting the 
study and developing the strategy under this section, the 
Secretary shall enter into [cooperation] cooperative agreements 
to provide financial assistance to appropriate Federal, State, 
and local government agencies and appropriate nonprofit, 
nongovernmental organizations with expertise in wetland 
restoration, with the consent of the affected local government. 
Financial assistance provided may include activities for the 
implementation of wetlands restoration projects and soil and 
water conservation measures.

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  (e) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit toward the non-
Federal share of the cost of the project (i) the cost of design 
and construction work carried out by the non-Federal interest 
before the date of the cooperation agreement for the project if 
the Secretary determines that the work is integral to the 
project; and (ii) the cost of in-kind services and materials 
provided for the project by the non-Federal interest.

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SEC. 579. GREENBRIER RIVER BASIN, WEST VIRGINIA, FLOOD PROTECTION.

  (a) * * *

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  (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section [$47,000,000] 
$89,000,000.

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SEC. 581. WEST VIRGINIA AND PENNSYLVANIA FLOOD CONTROL.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary may design and construct--
          (1) [flood control measures] structural and 
        nonstructural flood control, streambank protection, 
        stormwater management, and channel clearing and 
        modification measures in the Cheat and Tygart River 
        basins, West Virginia, at a level of protection that is 
        sufficient to prevent any future losses to communities 
        in the basins from flooding such as occurred in January 
        1996, but not less than a 100-year level of protection 
        with respect to measures that incorporate levees or 
        floodwalls; and

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  (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section [$12,000,000] 
$90,000,000.

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                WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1986

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                         TITLE I--COST SHARING

SEC. 101. HARBORS.

      (a) Constructon.--
          (1) Payments during construction.--The non-Federal 
        interests for a navigation project for a harbor or 
        inland harbor, or any separable element thereof, on 
        which a contract for physical construction has not been 
        awarded before the date of enactment of this Act shall 
        pay, during the period of construction of the project, 
        the following costs associated with general navigation 
        features:
                  (A) * * *
                  (B) 25 percent of the cost of construction of 
                the portion of the project which has a depth is 
                excess of 20 feet but not in excess of [45] 53 
                feet; plus
                  (C) 50 percent of the cost of construction of 
                the portion of the project which has a depth in 
                excess of [45] 53 feet.

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      (b) Operation and Maintenance.--
          (1) In general.--The Federal share of the cost of 
        operation and maintenance of each navigation project 
        for a harbor or inland harbor constructed by the 
        Secretary pursuant to this Act or any other law 
        approved after the date of the enactment of this Act 
        shall be 100 percent, except that in the case of a 
        deep-draft harbor, the non-Federal interests shall be 
        responsible for an amount equal to 50 percent of the 
        excess of the cost of the operation and maintenance of 
        such project over the cost which the Secertary 
        determines would be incurred for operation and 
        maintenance of such project if such project had a depth 
        of [45] 53 feet.

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SEC. 103. FLOOD CONTROL AND OTHER PURPOSES.

      (a) * * *

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  (n) Non-Federal Contributions.--
          (1) Prohibition on solicitation of excess 
        contributions.--The Secretary may not solicit 
        contributions from non-Federal interests for costs of 
        constructing authorized water resources development 
        projects or measures in excess of the non-Federal share 
        assigned to the appropriate project purposes listed in 
        subsections (a), (b), and (c) or condition Federal 
        participation in such projects or measures on the 
        receipt of such contributions.
          (2) Limitation on statutory construction.--Nothing in 
        this subsection shall be construed to affect the 
        Secretary's authority under section 903(c) of this Act.

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                     TITLE II--HARBOR DEVELOPMENT

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SEC. 214. DEFINITIONS.

  For purposes of this title--
          (1) Deep-draft harbor.--The term ``deep-draft 
        harbor'' means a harbor which is authorized to be 
        constructed to a depth of more than [45] 53 feet (other 
        than a project which is authorized by section 202 of 
        this title).

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          (3) General cargo harbor.--The term ``general cargo 
        harbor'' means a harbor for which a project is 
        authorized by section 202 of this title and any other 
        harbor which is authorized to be constructed to a depth 
        of more than 20 feet but not more than [45] 53 feet;

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                  TITLE VII--WATER RESOURCES STUDIES

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SEC. 729. WATERSHED AND RIVER BASIN ASSESSMENTS.

  (a) * * *

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  (f) Cost-Sharing Requirements.--
          [(1) Non-federal share.--The non-Federal share of the 
        costs of an assessment carried out under this section 
        shall be 50 percent.]
          (1) Non-federal share.--The non-Federal share of the 
        costs of an assessment carried out under this section 
        on or after December 11, 2000, shall be 25 percent.

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                     TITLE IX--GENERAL PROVISIONS

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SECTION 912. SECTION 221 AGREEMENTS.

      (a) * * *
      (b)(1) * * *
      (2) Whenever on the basis of any information available to 
the Secretary, the Secretary finds that any non-Federal 
interest is not providing cooperation required under subsection 
(a), the Secretary [shall] may issue an order requiring such 
non-Federal interest to provide such cooperation. [After notice 
and opportunity for a hearing, if the Secretary finds that any 
person is violating an order issued under this section, such 
person shall be subject to a civil penalty not to exceed 
$10,000 per day of such violation, except that the total amount 
of civil penalties for any violation shall not exceed $50,000.]

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      (4) The Secretary may request the Attorney General to 
bring a civil action for appropriate relief, including 
permanent or temporary injunction, for payment of liquidated 
damages or, for any violation of an order issued under this 
section, [to collect a civil penalty imposed under this 
section,] to recover any cost incurred by the Secretary in 
undertaking performance of any item of cooperation under 
section 221(d) of the Flood Control Act of 1970, or to collect 
interest for which a non-Federal interest is liable under 
paragraph (3). Any action under this subsection may be brought 
in the district court of the United States for the district in 
which the defendant is located or resides, or is doing 
businesss, and such court shall have jurisdiction to restrain 
such violation, to require compliance, to require payment of 
[any civil penalty imposed under this section,] any liquidated 
damages, and to require payment of any costs incurred by the 
Secretary in undertaking performance of any such item.

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             TITLE XI--MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

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SEC. 1103. UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER PLAN.

  (a) * * *

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  (e) Program Authority.--
          (1) * * *

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  (7)(A) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a)(2) of 
this section, the costs of each project carried out pursuant to 
paragraph (1)(A)(i) of this subsection shall be allocated 
between the Secretary and the appropriate non-Federal sponsor 
in accordance with the provisions of section 906(e) of this 
Act; except that the costs of operation and maintenance of 
projects located on Federal lands or lands owned or operated by 
a State or local government shall be borne by the Federal, 
State, or local agency that is responsible for management 
activities for fish and wildlife on such lands and, in the case 
of any project requiring non-Federal cost sharing, the non-
Federal share of the cost of the project shall be 35 percent. 
The non-Federal interest may provide the non-Federal share of 
the cost of the project in the form of services, materials, 
supplies, or other in-kind contributions.

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[SEC. 1156. COST SHARING PROVISIONS FOR THE TERRITORIES.

  [The Secretary shall waive local cost-sharing requirements up 
to $200,000 for all studies and projects in American Samoa, 
Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, the Virgin Islands, and the 
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.]

SEC. 1156. COST SHARING PROVISIONS FOR CERTAIN AREAS.

  The Secretary shall waive local cost-sharing requirements up 
to $500,000 for all studies and projects in the Commonwealth of 
Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth of the 
Northern Mariana Islands, and the United States Virgin Islands, 
in Indian country (as defined in section 1151 of title 18, 
United States Code, and including lands that are within the 
jurisdictional area of an Oklahoma Indian tribe, as determined 
by the Secretary of the Interior, and are recognized by the 
Secretary of the Interior as eligible for trust land status 
under part 151 of title 25, Code of Federal Regulations) or on 
land in the State of Alaska conveyed to an Alaska Native 
Village Corporation under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement 
Act (43 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.).

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               WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 2000

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                     TITLE II--GENERAL PROVISIONS

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SEC. 203. TRIBAL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM.

  (a) * * *
  (b) Program.--
          (1) In general.--In cooperation with Indian tribes 
        and the heads of other Federal agencies, the Secretary 
        may study and determine the feasibility of carrying out 
        water resources development projects that--
                  (A) * * *
                  (B) are located primarily within Indian 
                country (as defined in section 1151 of title 
                18, United States Code, and including lands 
                that are within the jurisdictional area of an 
                Oklahoma Indian tribe, as determined by the 
                Secretary of the Interior, and are recognized 
                by the Secretary of the Interior as eligible 
                for trust land status under part 151 of title 
                25, Code of Federal Regulations) or in 
                proximity to Alaska Native villages.

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SEC. 214. FUNDING TO PROCESS PERMITS.

  (a) In General.--In fiscal years 2001 through [2003] 2005, 
the Secretary, after public notice, may accept and expend funds 
contributed by non-Federal public entities to expedite the 
evaluation of permits under the jurisdiction of the Department 
of the Army.
  (b) Effect on Permitting.--In carrying out this section, the 
Secretary shall ensure that the use of funds accepted under 
subsection (a) will not impact impartial decisionmaking with 
respect to permits, either substantively or procedurally. The 
acceptance and expenditure of funds under subsection (a) shall 
not affect the order in which permits are considered or 
approved by the Secretary.

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                           TITLE IV--STUDIES

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SEC. 414. OCEANSIDE, CALIFORNIA.

  Not later than [32] 44 months after the date of enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary shall conduct a study, at Federal 
expense, of plans--
          (1) * * *

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SEC. 425. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary shall conduct a study to 
determine the feasibility of carrying out a project for 
shoreline protection along Lake Michigan and the Chicago River, 
Chicago, Illinois.

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                  TITLE V--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

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SEC. 506. GREAT LAKES FISHERY AND ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION.

  (a) * * *

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  (f) Cost Sharing.--
          (1) * * *

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          (3) Non-federal share.--
                  (A) * * *
                  (B) Form.--The non-Federal interest may 
                provide up to [50] 100 percent of the non-
                Federal share required under paragraphs (1) and 
                (2) in the form of services, materials, 
                supplies, or other in-kind contributions.

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SEC. 519. ILLINOIS RIVER BASIN RESTORATION.

  (a) * * *

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  (c) Critical Restoration Projects.--
          (1) * * *
          (2) Authorization of appropriations.--There is 
        authorized to be appropriated to carry out projects 
        under this subsection $100,000,000 for fiscal years 
        2001 through [2004] 2010.

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             TITLE VI--COMPREHENSIVE EVERGLADES RESTORATION

SEC. 601. COMPREHENSIVE EVERGLADES RESTORATION PLAN.

  (a) * * *
  (b) Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan.--
          (1) * * *
          (2) Specific authorizations.--
                  (A) In general.--
                          (i) Projects.--The Secretary shall 
                        carry out the projects included in the 
                        Plan in accordance with subparagraphs 
                        (B), (C), (D), and (E). The project for 
                        aquifer storage and recovery, Hillsboro 
                        and Okeechobee Aquifer, Florida, 
                        authorized by section 101(a)(16) of the 
                        Water Resources Development Act of 1999 
                        (113 Stat. 276), shall be treated for 
                        purposes of this section as being in 
                        the Plan.

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                          (iii) Review and comment.--In 
                        developing the projects authorized 
                        under subparagraph (B) and the project 
                        for aquifer storage and recovery, 
                        Hillsboro and Okeechobee Aquifer, the 
                        Secretary shall provide for public 
                        review and comment in accordance with 
                        applicable Federal law.

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  (k) Outreach and Assistance.--
          (1) * * *

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          (3) Maximum expenditures.--The Secretary may expend 
        up to $3,000,000 per fiscal year for fiscal years 
        beginning after September 30, 2002, to carry out this 
        subsection.

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          TITLE IX--MISSOURI RIVER RESTORATION, SOUTH DAKOTA

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SEC. 904. MISSOURI RIVER TRUST.

  (a) * * *
  (b) Membership.--The Trust shall be composed of 25 members to 
be appointed by the Secretary, including--
          (1) 15 members recommended by the Governor of South 
        Dakota that--
                  (A) represent equally the various interests 
                of the public; and
                  (B) include representatives of--
                          (i) * * *

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                          (vii) agricultural groups; [and]
                          (viii) rural water systems; and
                          [(viii)] (ix) other appropriate 
                        interests;

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                SECTION 5 OF THE ACT OF AUGUST 13, 1946

AN ACT authorizing Federal participation in the cost of protecting the 
                   shores of publicly owned property.

SEC. 5. NATIONAL SHORELINE EROSION CONTROL DEVELOPMENT AND 
                    DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM.

  (a) Establishment of Erosion Control Program.--The Secretary 
shall establish and conduct a national shoreline erosion 
control development and demonstration program for a period of 
[6] 10 years beginning on the date that funds are made 
available to carry out this section.
  (b) Requirements.--
          (1) In general.--The erosion control program shall 
        include provisions for--
                  (A) projects consisting of planning, 
                designing, and constructing prototype 
                engineered and vegetative shoreline erosion 
                control devices and methods during the first 
                [3] 6 years of the erosion control program;

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          (3) Cost sharing.--The Secretary may enter into a 
        cost-sharing agreement with a non-Federal interest to 
        carry out a project, or a phase of a project, under the 
        erosion control program in cooperation with the non-
        Federal interest.
          (4) Removal of projects.--The Secretary may pay all 
        or a portion of the costs of removing a project, or an 
        element of a project, constructed under the erosion 
        control program if the Secretary determines during the 
        term of the program that the project or element is 
        detrimental to the environment, private property, or 
        public safety.
          [(3)] (5) Sites.--
                  (A) * * *

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          [(4)] (6) Determination of feasibility.--
        Implementation of a project under this section is 
        contingent upon a determination by the Secretary that 
        such project is feasible.

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  (e) Funding.--
          (1) * * *
          (2) Authorization of appropriations.--There is 
        authorized to be appropriated [$21,000,000] $31,000,000 
        to carry out this section.
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              SECTION 221 OF THE FLOOD CONTROL ACT OF 1970

  Sec. 221. (a) After the date of enactment of this Act, the 
construction of any water resources project, or an acceptable 
separable element thereof, by the Secretary of the Army, acting 
through the Chief of Engineers, or by a non-Federal interest 
where such interest will be reimbursed for such construction 
under the provisions of section 215 of the Flood Control Act of 
1968 or under any other provision of law, shall not be 
commenced until each non-Federal interest has entered into a 
written agreement with the Secretary of the Army to furnish its 
required cooperation for the project or the appropriate element 
of the project, as the case may be; except that no such 
agreement shall be required if the Secretary determines that 
the administrative costs associated with negotiating, 
executing, or administering the agreement would exceed the 
amount of the contribution required from the non-Federal 
interest and are less than $25,000. Such agreement may include 
a provision for liquidated damages in the event of a failure of 
one or more parties to perform. In any such agreement entered 
into by a State, or a body politic of the State which derives 
its powers from the State constitution, or a governmental 
entity created by the State legislature, the agreement may 
reflect that it does not obligate future appropriations for 
such performance and payment when obligating future 
appropriations would be inconsistent with constitutional or 
statutory limitations of the State or a political subdivision 
of the State.

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                WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1992

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                      TITLE II--GENERAL PROVISIONS

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SEC. 204. BENEFICIAL USES OF DREDGED MATERIAL.

  (a) * * *

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  [(c) Cooperative Agreement.--Any project undertaken pursuant 
to this section shall be initiated only after non-Federal 
interests have entered into a binding agreement with the 
Secretary in which the non-Federal interests agree to--
          [(1) provide 25 percent of the cost associated with 
        construction of the project for the protection, 
        restoration, and creation of aquatic and ecologically 
        related habitats, including provision of all lands, 
        easements, rights-of-way, and necessary relocations; 
        and
          [(2) pay 100 percent of the operation, maintenance, 
        replacement, and rehabilitation costs associated with 
        the project for the protection, restoration, and 
        creation of aquatic and ecologically related habitats.
  [(d) Determination of Construction Costs.--Costs associated 
with construction of a project for the protection, restoration, 
and creation of aquatic and ecologically related habitats shall 
be limited solely to construction costs which are in excess of 
those costs necessary to carry out the dredging for 
construction, operation, or maintenance of the authorized 
navigation project in the most cost effective way, consistent 
with economic, engineering, and environmental criteria.
  [(e) Selection of Dredged Material Disposal Method.--In 
developing and carrying out a project for navigation involving 
the disposal of dredged material, the Secretary may select, 
with the consent of the non-Federal interest, a disposal method 
that is not the least-cost option if the Secretary determines 
that the incremental costs of such disposal method are 
reasonable in relation to the environmental benefits, including 
the benefits to the aquatic environment to be derived from the 
creation of wetlands and control of shoreline erosion. The 
Federal share of such incremental costs shall be determined in 
accordance with subsection (c).
  [(f) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated not to exceed $15,000,000 annually to carry out 
this section. Such sums shall remain available until expended.
  [(g) Nonprofit Entities.--Notwithstanding section 221 of the 
Flood Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b), for any project 
carried out under this section, a non-Federal interest may 
include a nonprofit entity, with the consent of the affected 
local government.]
  (c) In General.--The Secretary may carry out projects to 
transport and place suitable material dredged in connection 
with the construction, operation, or maintenance of an 
authorized navigation project at locations selected by a non-
Federal public entity for use in the construction, repair, or 
rehabilitation of public projects associated with navigation, 
flood damage reduction, hydroelectric power, municipal and 
industrial water supply, agricultural water supply, recreation, 
hurricane and storm damage reduction, aquatic plant control, 
and environmental protection and restoration.
  (d) Cooperative Agreement.--Any project undertaken pursuant 
to this section shall be initiated only after non-Federal 
interests have entered into an agreement with the Secretary in 
which the non-Federal interests agree to pay the non-Federal 
share of the cost of construction of the project and 100 
percent of the cost of operation, maintenance, replacement, and 
rehabilitation of the project in accordance with section 103 of 
the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 2213).
  (e) Determination of Construction Costs.--Costs associated 
with construction of a project under this section shall be 
limited solely to construction costs that are in excess of 
those costs necessary to carry out the dredging for 
construction, operation, or maintenance of the authorized 
navigation project in the most cost effective way, consistent 
with economic, engineering, and environmental criteria.
  (f) Nonprofit Entities.--Notwithstanding section 221 of the 
Flood Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b), for any project 
carried out under this section, a non-Federal interest may 
include a nonprofit entity, with the consent of the affected 
local government.
  (g) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated $30,000,000 annually for projects under this 
section. Such sums shall remain available until expended.
  (h) Regional Sediment Management Planning.--In consultation 
with appropriate State and Federal agencies, the Secretary may 
develop, at Federal expense, plans for regional management of 
material dredged in conjunction with the construction, 
operation, or maintenance of navigation projects, including 
potential beneficial uses of dredged material for construction, 
repair, or rehabilitation of public projects for navigation, 
flood damage reduction, hydroelectric power, municipal and 
industrial water supply, agricultural water supply, recreation, 
hurricane and storm damage reduction, aquatic plant control, 
and environmental protection and restoration.

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SEC. 219. ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE.

  (a) * * *

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  (e) Authorization of Appropriations for Construction 
Assistance.--There are authorized to be appropriated for 
providing construction assistance under this section--
          (1) * * *

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          (7) $30,000,000 for the project described in 
        subsection (c)(16); [and]
          (8) $30,000,000 for the project described in 
        subsection (c)(17)[.];
          (9) $20,000,000 for the project described in 
        subsection (c)(20);
          (10) $20,000,000 for the project described in 
        subsection (c)(25);
          (11) $15,000,000 for the project described in 
        subsection (c)(26);
          (12) $7,800,000 for the project described in 
        subsection (c)(27);
          (13) $18,000,000 for the project described in 
        subsection (c)(31); and
          (14) $30,000,000 for the project described in 
        subsection (c)(40).
  (f) Additional Assistance.--The Secretary may provide 
assistance under subsection (a) and assistance for construction 
for the following:
          (1) * * *

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          (11) Northeast pennsylvania.--$20,000,000 for water 
        related infrastructure in the counties of Lackawanna, 
        Lycoming, Susquehanna, Wyoming, Pike, Wayne, Sullivan, 
        Bradford, [and Monroe] Northumberland, Union, Snyder, 
        and Montour, Pennsylvania, including assistance for the 
        Mountoursville Regional Sewer Authority, Lycoming 
        County, Pennsylvania.
          (12) Calumet region, indiana.--[$10,000,000] 
        $30,000,000 for water related infrastructure projects 
        in the counties of [Lake and Porter] Benton, Jasper, 
        Lake, Newton, and Porter, Indiana.

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          (21) Baton rouge, louisiana.--[$20,000,000] 
        $35,000,000 for water related infrastructure for the 
        parishes of East Baton Rouge, Ascension, and 
        Livingston, Louisiana.
          (22) East san joaquin county, california.--
        [$25,000,000]
                  (A) In general.--$25,000,000 for ground water 
                recharge and conjunctive use projects in 
                Stockton East Water District, California.
                  (B) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit 
                toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the 
                project (i) the cost of design and construction 
                work carried out by the non-Federal interest 
                before the date of the cooperation agreement 
                for the project if the Secretary determines 
                that the work is integral to the project; and 
                (ii) the cost of in-kind services and materials 
                provided for the project by the non-Federal 
                interest.
          (23) Sacramento area, california.--[$25,000,000] 
        $35,000,000 for water supply and regional water 
        conservation and recycling projects in Placer and El 
        Dorado Counties and the San Juan Suburban Water 
        District, California.

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          (25) Lakes marion and moultrie, south carolina.--
        [$15,000,000] $35,000,0000 for wastewater treatment and 
        water supply treatment and distribution projects in the 
        counties of Calhoun, Clarendon, Colleton, Dorchester, 
        Orangeberg, and Sumter, South Carolina.

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          (29) Oakland county, michigan.--$20,000,000 for a 
        project to eliminate or control sanitary sewer 
        overflows and combined sewer overflows in the cities of 
        Berkley, Ferndale, Madison Heights, Royal Oak, 
        Birmingham, Hazel Park, Oak Park, Southfield, Clawson, 
        Huntington Woods, Pleasant Ridge, and Troy, and the 
        village of Beverly Hills, and the Charter Township of 
        Royal Oak, Michigan.

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          (32) St. louis, missouri.--[$15,000,000] $35,000,000 
        for a project to eliminate or control combined sewer 
        overflows in the city of St. Louis, Missouri.

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          (43) Harbor/south bay, california.--$35,000,000 for 
        an industrial water reuse project for the Harbor/South 
        Bay area, [California.] California, and for the 
        Southern Los Angeles County Groundwater Pipeline 
        Project, Pico Rivera, Downey, Bellflower, Paramount 
        Lakewood, and Long Beach, California.

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          (48) Cambria, california.--[$10,300,000]
                  (A) In general.--$10,300,000 for desalination 
                infrastructure, Cambria, California.
                  (B) Credit.--The Secretary shall credit 
                toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the 
                project not to exceed $3,000,000 for the cost 
                of planning and design work carried out by the 
                non-Federal interest before the date of the 
                cooperation agreement for the project if the 
                Secretary determines that the work is integral 
                to the project.

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          (61) Garrison and kathio township, minnesota.--
        $11,000,000 for a wastewater infrastructure project for 
        the city of Garrison and Kathio Township, Minnesota. 
        Such assistance shall be provided directly to the 
        Garrison-Kathio-West Mille Lacs Lake Sanitary District, 
        Minnesota.

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          (64) Stanly county, north carolina.--$8,900,000 for 
        water and wastewater infrastructure, Stanly County, 
        North Carolina.

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          (70) Washington, greene, westmoreland, and fayette 
        counties, pennsylvania.--[$8,000,000] $13,300,000 for 
        water and wastewater infrastructure, Washington, 
        Greene, Westmoreland, and Fayette Counties, 
        Pennsylvania.
          (71) Plaquemine, louisiana.--$7,000,000 for sanitary 
        sewer and wastewater infrastructure, Plaquemine, 
        Louisiana.
          (72) Charleston, south carolina.--$20,000,000 for 
        wastewater infrastructure, including wastewater 
        collection systems, Charleston, South Carolina.
          (73) Cross, south carolina.--$2,000,000 for water-
        related environmental infrastructure, Cross, South 
        Carolina.
          (74) Surfside, south carolina.--$8,000,000 for 
        environmental infrastructure, including stormwater 
        system improvements and ocean outfalls, Surfside, South 
        Carolina.
          (75) North myrtle beach, south carolina.--$3,000,000 
        for environmental infrastructure, including ocean 
        outfalls, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
          (76) Tia juana valley, california.--$1,400,000 for 
        water-related environmental infrastructure, Tia Juana 
        Valley, California.
          (77) Cabarrus county, north carolina.--$4,500,000 for 
        water-related infrastructure, Cabarrus County, North 
        Carolina.
          (78) Richmond county, north carolina.--$8,000,000 for 
        water-related infrastructure, Richmond County, North 
        Carolina.
          (79) Union county, north carolina.--$9,000,000 for 
        wastewater infrastructure, Union County, North 
        Carolina.
          (80) Washington, district of columbia.--$35,000,000 
        for implementation of a combined sewer overflow long 
        term control plan, Washington, District of Columbia.
          (81) Greenleaf, idaho.--$500,000 for water and 
        wastewater infrastructure, Greenleaf, Idaho.
          (82) Weiser, idaho.--$330,000 for wastewater 
        infrastructure, Weiser, Idaho.
          (83) Coolin, idaho.--$2,200,000 for wastewater 
        infrastructure, Coolin, Idaho.
          (84) Jerome, idaho.--$5,000,000 for wastewater 
        infrastructure, Jerome, Idaho.
          (85) Ledyard and montville, connecticut.--$7,113,000 
        for water infrastructure, Ledyard and Montville, 
        Connecticut.
          (86) Awendaw, south carolina.--$2,000,000 for water-
        related infrastructure, Awendaw, South Carolina.
          (87) St. clair county, alabama.--$5,000,000 for 
        water-related infrastructure, St. Clair County, 
        Alabama.
          (88) East bay, san francisco and santa clara areas, 
        california.--$4,000,000 for a desalination project to 
        serve the East Bay, San Francisco, and Santa Clara 
        areas, California.
          (89) Athens, tennessee.--$16,000,000 for wastewater 
        infrastructure, Athens, Tennessee.

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                  TITLE III--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

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SEC. 313. SOUTH CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION 
                    INFRASTRUCTURE AND RESOURCE PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT 
                    PILOT PROGRAM.

  (a) * * *

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  (h) Definitions.--For purposes of this section, the following 
definitions apply:
          (1) * * *
          (2) South central pennsylvania.--The term ``south 
        central Pennsylvania'' means [Armstrong, Bedford, 
        Blair, Cambria, Clearfield, Fayette, Franklin, Fulton, 
        Huntingdon, Indiana, Juniata, Mifflin, Somerset, 
        Snyder, and Westmoreland Counties] Allegheny, 
        Armstrong, Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Fayette, Franklin, 
        Fulton, Greene, Huntingdon, Indiana, Juniata, Somerset, 
        Washington, and Westmoreland Counties, Pennsylvania.

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SEC. 324. HACKENSACK MEADOWLANDS AREA, NEW JERSEY.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary is authorized to provide 
design and construction assistance to the [Hackensack 
Meadowlands Development Commission of the State of New Jersey 
for the development of the Phase I Environmental Improvement 
Program of the Special Area Management Plan for] New Jersey 
Meadowlands Commission for the development of an environmental 
improvement program for the Hackensack Meadowlands area, New 
Jersey.
  (b) [Required] Elements.--The program to be developed under 
subsection (a) [shall] may include at a minimum the following 
areas:
          [(1) Mitigation and enhancement for significant 
        wetlands that contribute to the Meadowlands ecosystem.]
          (1) Enhancement and acquisition of significant 
        wetlands that contribute to the Meadowlands ecosystem.

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  (c) Cost Sharing.--Total project costs under subsection (a) 
shall be shared at 75 percent Federal and 25 percent non-
Federal. The non-Federal sponsor shall receive credit for 
lands, easements, rights-of-way, and relocations toward its 
share of project costs, but not to exceed 25 percent of total 
project costs. The non-Federal sponsor may also provide in-kind 
services, not to exceed 25 percent of the total project cost, 
and may also receive credit for reasonable cost of design work 
completed prior to entering into the cooperation agreement with 
the Secretary for a project to be carried out under the program 
developed under subsection (a). Operation and maintenance cost 
shall be 100 percent non-Federal.
  (d) Authorization of Appropriation.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section [$5,000,000] 
$35,000,000 for fiscal years beginning after September 30, 
1992. Such sums shall remain available until expended.

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SEC. 340. SOUTHERN WEST VIRGINIA ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION 
                    INFRASTRUCTURE AND RESOURCE PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT 
                    PILOT PROGRAM.

  (a) * * *

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  (f) Southern West Virginia Defined.--For purposes of this 
section, the term ``Southern West Virginia'' means Raleigh, 
Wayne, Cabell, Fayette, Lincoln, Summers, Wyoming, Webster, 
Mingo, McDowell, Logan, Boone, Mercer, Pocahontas, Greenbrier, 
Nicholas, and Monroe Counties, West Virginia.

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  (h) Corps of Engineers.--Ten percent of the amounts 
appropriated to carry out this section for fiscal years 2003 
and thereafter may be used by the Corps of Engineers district 
offices to administer projects under this section at 100 
percent Federal expense.
  (i) Nonprofit Entities.--Notwithstanding section 221(b) of 
the Flood Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b(b)), for any 
project undertaken under this section, a non-Federal interest 
may include a nonprofit entity with the consent of the affected 
local government.

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    TITLE IV--INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGY, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

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SEC. 404. ATLANTIC COAST OF NEW YORK.

  (a) Development of Program.--The Secretary is authorized and 
directed to develop a data collection and monitoring program of 
coastal [processes] and related environmental processes for the 
Atlantic Coast (and associated back bays) of New York, from 
Coney Island to Montauk Point, with a view toward providing 
information necessary to develop a program for addressing post 
storm actions, environmental restoration or conservation 
measures for coastal and back bays, and long-term shoreline 
erosion control. The plan for collecting data and monitoring 
information included in such annual report shall be fully 
coordinated with and agreed to by appropriate agencies of the 
State of New York.
  (b) [Initial Plan.--Not later than 12 months after the date 
of the enactment of this Act, the] Annual Reports.--The 
Secretary shall provide an [initial plan for data collection 
and monitoring] annual report of data collection and monitoring 
activities to the Committee on Environment and Public Works of 
the Senate and the Committee on Public Works and Transportation 
of the House of Representatives. [Such initial plan shall be 
fully coordinated with and agreed to by appropriate agencies of 
the State of New York.]
  (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized to 
be appropriated $1,400,000 for each of fiscal years 1993, 1994, 
1995, 1996, and 1997, [and an additional total of $2,500,000 
for fiscal years thereafter] $2,500,000 for fiscal years 2000 
through 2002, and $17,000,000 for fiscal years beginning after 
September 30, 2002, to carry out this section. Such sums shall 
remain available until expended.

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       SECTION 145 OF THE WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1976

  [Sec. 145. The Secretary of the Army, acting through the 
Chief of Engineers, is authorized upon request of the State, to 
place on the beaches of such State beach-quality sand which has 
been dredged in constructing and maintaining navagation inlets 
and channels adjacent to such beaches, if the Secretary deems 
such action to be in the public interest and upon payment by 
such State of 35 percent of the increased cost thereof above 
the cost required for alternative methods of disposing of such 
sand. At the request of the State, the Secretary may enter into 
an agreement with a political subdivision of the State to place 
sand on the beaches of the political subdivision of the State 
under the same terms and conditions required in the first 
sentence of this section; except that the political subdivision 
shall be responsible for providing any payments required under 
such sentence in lieu of the State. In carrying out this 
section, the Secretary shall give consideration to the schedule 
of the State, or the schedule of the responsible political 
subdivision of the requesting State, for providing its share of 
funds for placing such sand on the beaches of the State or the 
political subdivision and shall, to the maximum extent 
practicable, accommodate such schedule.]
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               WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1999

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                     TITLE II--GENERAL PROVISIONS

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SEC. 212. FLOOD MITIGATION AND RIVERINE RESTORATION PROGRAM.

  (a)  * * *

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  (e) Priority Areas.--In carrying out this section, the 
Secretary shall examine appropriate locations, including--
          (1)  * * *

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          (27) Susquehanna River watershed, Bradford County, 
        Pennsylvania; [and]
          (28) Clear Creek, Harris, Galveston, and Brazoria 
        Counties, Texas[.];
          (29) La Crosse County, Wisconsin;
          (30) Crawford County, Wisconsin;
          (31) Buffalo County, Wisconsin;
          (32) Calhoun County, Illinois;
          (33) Saint Charles County, Missouri;
          (34) Saint Louis County, Missouri;
          (35) Dubuque County, Iowa;
          (36) Scott County, Iowa;
          (37) Rock Island County, Illinois;
          (38) Ascension Parish, Louisiana;
          (39) East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana;
          (40) Iberville Parish, Louisiana; and
          (41) Livingston Parish, Louisiana.

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SEC. 225. RECREATION USER FEES.

  (a) Withholding of Amounts.--
          (1) In general.--[During fiscal years 1999 through 
        2002, the] The Secretary may withhold from the special 
        account established under section 4(i)(1)(A) of the 
        Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965 (16 U.S.C. 
        460l-6a(i)(1)(A)) 100 percent of the amount of receipts 
        above a baseline of $34,000,000 per each fiscal year 
        received from fees imposed at recreation sites under 
        the administrative jurisdiction of the Department of 
        the Army under section 4(b) of that Act (16 U.S.C. 
        460l-6a(b)).

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          (3) Availability.--The amounts withheld shall remain 
        available until [September 30, 2005] expended.

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                TITLE III--PROJECT-RELATED PROVISIONS

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SEC. 310. BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA.

  (a)  * * *

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  (d) Credit.--After completion of the study, the Secretary 
shall credit toward the non-Federal share of the cost of the 
project the cost of nourishment and renourishment associated 
with the shore protection project incurred by the non-Federal 
interest to respond to damages to Brevard County beaches that 
are the result of a Federal navigation project, as determined 
in the final report for the study.

SEC. 328. WEST BANK OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER (EAST OF HARVEY CANAL), 
                    LOUISIANA.

  (a) In General.--The project to prevent flood damage and for 
hurricane damage reduction, west bank of the Mississippi River 
(east of Harvey Canal), Louisiana, authorized by section 401(b) 
of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (100 Stat. 4128) 
and section 101(a)(17) of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1996 (110 Stat. 3665), is modified to direct the Secretary 
to continue Federal [operation and maintenance] operation, 
maintenance, rehabilitation, repair, and replacement of the 
portion of the project included in the report of the Chief of 
Engineers dated May 1, 1995, referred to as ``[Algiers Channel] 
Algiers Canal Levees''.

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  (c) Cost Sharing.--The non-Federal share of the cost of the 
project shall be 35 percent.

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SEC. 358. ELIZABETH RIVER, CHESAPEAKE, VIRGINIA.

  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, after [September 
30, 1999] May 4, 1997, the city of Chesapeake, Virginia, shall 
not be obligated to make the annual cash contribution required 
under paragraph 1(9) of the Local Cooperation Agreement dated 
December 12, 1978, between the Government and the city for the 
project for navigation, southern branch of the Elizabeth River, 
Chesapeake, Virginia.

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                           TITLE IV--STUDIES

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SEC. 455. JOHN GLENN GREAT LAKES BASIN PROGRAM.

  (a)  * * *

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  (g) In-Kind Contributions for Study.--The non-Federal 
interest may provide up to 100 percent of the non-Federal share 
required under subsection (f) in the form of services, 
materials, supplies, or other in-kind contributions.

SEC. 456. GREAT LAKES NAVIGATIONAL SYSTEM.

  In consultation with the St. Lawrence Seaway Development 
Corporation, the Secretary shall review the Great Lakes 
Connecting Channel and Harbors Report dated March 1985 to 
determine the feasibility of undertaking any modification of 
the recommendations made in the report to improve commercial 
navigation on the Great Lakes navigation system, including 
locks, dams, harbors, ports, channels, and other related 
features. If the Government of Canada and the Government of the 
United States have entered into a bilateral agreement that 
provides for the financial participation of the Government of 
Canada in the study, the Secretary may accept such 
participation.

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                   TITLE V--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

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SEC. 514. MISSOURI AND MIDDLE MISSISSIPPI RIVERS ENHANCEMENT PROJECT.

  (a)  * * *

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  (g) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to pay the Federal share of the cost of 
carrying out this section $30,000,000 for the period of fiscal 
years 2000 [and 2001] through 2015.

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SEC. 517. EXPEDITED CONSIDERATION OF CERTAIN PROJECTS.

  The Secretary shall expedite completion of the reports for 
the following projects and, if justified, proceed directly to 
project preconstruction, engineering, and design:
          (1)  * * *

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          [(5) Mississippi River, West Baton Rouge Parish, 
        Louisiana, project for waterfront and riverine 
        preservation, restoration, and enhancement 
        modifications.]
          (5) Mississippi River, West Baton Rouge Parish, 
        Louisiana, project for waterfront and riverine 
        preservation, restoration, enhancement modifications, 
        and interpretive center development.

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SEC. 568. DETROIT RIVER, MICHIGAN.

  (a)  * * *

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  (c) Repair and Rehabilitation.--
          (1)  * * *
          (2) Authorization of appropriations.--There is 
        authorized to be appropriated to carry out paragraph 
        (1) [$1,000,000] $25,000,000 for the period beginning 
        with fiscal year 2000.

SEC. 569. NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA.

  (a) Definition of Northeastern Minnesota.--In this section, 
the term ``northeastern Minnesota'' means the counties of Cook, 
Lake, St. Louis, Koochiching, Itasca, Cass, Crow Wing, Aitkin, 
Carlton, Pine, Kanabec, Mille Lacs, Morrison, [Benton, 
Sherburne,] Beltrami, Hubbard, Wadena, Isanti, and Chisago, 
Minnesota.

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  (e) Local Cooperation Agreement.--
          (1)  * * *

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          (3) Cost sharing.--
                  (A)  * * *
                  (B) Credit for design work.--The non-Federal 
                interest shall receive credit for the 
                reasonable costs of design work completed by 
                the non-Federal interest before entering into a 
                local cooperation agreement with the Secretary 
                for a project. [The credit for the design work 
                shall not exceed 6 percent of the total 
                construction costs of the project.]

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  [(g) Report.--Not later than December 31, 2001, the Secretary 
shall submit to Congress a report on the results of the pilot 
program carried out under this section, including 
recommendations concerning whether the program should be 
implemented on a national basis.]
  (g) Nonprofit Entities.--Notwithstanding section 221(b) of 
the Flood Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b(b)), for any 
project undertaken under this section, a non-Federal interest 
may include a nonprofit entity.

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  (i) Corps of Engineers Expenses.--Ten percent of the amounts 
appropriated to carry out this section may be used by the Corps 
of Engineers district offices to administer projects under this 
section at 100 percent Federal expense.

SEC. 570. ALASKA.

  (a)  * * *

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  (e) Local Cooperation Agreements.--
          (1)  * * *

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          (3) Cost sharing.--
                  (A)  * * *
                  (B) Credit for design work.--The non-Federal 
                interest shall receive credit for the 
                reasonable costs of design work completed by 
                the non-Federal interest before entering into a 
                local cooperation agreement with the Secretary 
                for a project. [The credit for the design work 
                shall not exceed 6 percent of the total 
                construction costs of the project.]

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  (h) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section [$25,000,000] 
$40,000,000 for the period beginning with fiscal year 2000, to 
remain available until expended.
  (i) Nonprofit Entities.--Notwithstanding section 221(b) of 
the Flood Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b(b)), for any 
project undertaken under this section, a non-Federal interest 
may include a nonprofit entity, with the consent of the 
affected local government.
  (j) Corps of Engineers Expenses.--Ten percent of the amounts 
appropriated to carry out this section may be used by the Corps 
of Engineers district offices to administer projects under this 
section at 100 percent Federal expense.

SEC. 571. CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIA.

  (a) Definition of Central West Virginia.--In this section, 
the term ``central West Virginia'' means the counties of Mason, 
Jackson, Putnam, Kanawha, Roane, Wirt, Calhoun, Clay, 
[Nicholas,] Braxton, [Gilmer,] Lewis, Upshur, Randolph, 
Pendleton, Hardy, Hampshire, Morgan, Berkeley, and Jefferson, 
West Virginia.

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  (i) Nonprofit Entities.--Notwithstanding section 221(b) of 
the Flood Control Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b(b)), for any 
project undertaken under this section, a non-Federal interest 
may include a nonprofit entity with the consent of the affected 
local government.
  (j) Corps of Engineers Expenses.--Ten percent of the amounts 
appropriated to carry out this section may be used by the Corps 
of Engineers district offices to administer projects under this 
section at 100 percent Federal expense.

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SEC. 595. RURAL NEVADA AND MONTANA.

  (a)  * * *

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  (h) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section for the period 
beginning with fiscal year 2001--
          (1) [$25,000,000] $40,000,000 for rural Nevada; and

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               SECTION 401 OF THE ACT OF NOVEMBER 1, 1988

                          (Public Law 100-581)

 AN ACT To establish procedures for review of tribal constitutions and 
 bylaws or amendments thereto pursuant to the Act of June 18, 1934 (48 
                              Stat. 987).

  Sec. 401. (a)  * * *
  (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary 
of the Army shall--
          (1)  * * *

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          (3) make improvements at existing sites and Celilo 
        Village, Oregon, including but not limited to dredging 
        at the site at Wind River, Washington, and constructing 
        a boat ramp on or near the site at Cascade Locks, 
        Oregon.

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  SECTION 108 OF THE ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 
                                  1994

  Sec. 108. (a) In General.--[The Secretary]
          (1) Authority to convey.--The Secretary of the Army 
        is authorized to convey to the City of Galveston, 
        Texas, fee simple absolute title to all or any part of 
        a parcel of land containing approximately 605 acres 
        known as the San Jacinto Disposal Area located on the 
        east end of Galveston Island, Texas, in the W.A.A. 
        Wallace Survey, A-647 and A-648, City of Galveston, 
        Galveston County, Texas, being part of the old Fort San 
        Jacinto site, at the fair market value of such parcel 
        to be determined in accordance with the provisions of 
        subsection (d). Such conveyance shall only be made by 
        the Secretary of the Army upon the agreement of the 
        Secretary and the City as to all compensation due 
        herein.
          (2) Letter of intent.--
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary may provide a 
                letter of intent to the city of Galveston for 
                conveyance of less than 100 acres of the parcel 
                described in subsection (a) for private 
                development purposes if the Secretary receives 
                and approves a proposal by the city designating 
                the land which would be subject to such 
                development.
                  (B) Disposition of spoil.--If the Secretary 
                issues a letter of intent under subparagraph 
                (A), no additional spoil material may be placed 
                on the land designated for private development 
                for a period of at least 5 years from the date 
                of issuance of the letter to provide the city 
                of Galveston with an opportunity to secure 
                private developers, perform appraisals, conduct 
                environmental studies, and provide the 
                compensation to the United States required for 
                the conveyance.

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  (e) Navigational Servitude.--
          (1)  * * *

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          (3) Expiration date.--If, 20 years after the [date of 
        the enactment of this Act] date of enactment of the 
        Water Resources Development Act of 2002, any area or 
        part thereof described in subsection (a) is not 
        bulkheaded or filled or occupied by permanent 
        structures, including marina facilities, in accordance 
        with the requirements set out in paragraph (2), or if 
        work in connection with any activity permitted in 
        paragraph (2) is not commenced within 5 years after 
        issuance of such permits, then the declaration of 
        nonnavigability for such area or part thereof shall 
        expire.

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