Oversight Hearing on Bureau of Reclamation Funding Options for Water Project Construction, Enhancement, Rehabilitation and Mitigation: Oversight Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Water and Power of the Committee on Resources, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, First Session on BOR Funding for Water Projects, May 6, 1997, Washington, DC.
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Stranica 98 - The mission of the Bureau of Reclamation is to manage, develop, and protect water and related resources in an environmentally and economically sound manner in the interest of the American public.
Stranica 86 - Association (NWRA) is a nonprofit federation of state associations and individuals dedicated to the conservation, enhancement, and efficient management of our Nation's most precious natural resource, WATER. The NWRA is the oldest and most active national association concerned with water resource policy and development. Its strength is a reflection of the tremendous "grassroots" participation it has generated on virtually every national issue affecting western water conservation, management, and development.
Stranica 87 - Great nations like great men must keep their word. When America says something, America means it, whether a treaty or an agreement or a vow made on marble steps.
Stranica 45 - That concludes my statement, Mr. Chairman. I would be happy to respond to any questions the Committee may have.
Stranica 83 - Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Main* Maryland Massachusetts .... Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire . . . New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina .... North Dakota .... Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania...
Stranica 86 - Development: In the West, water infrastructure is every bit as important as transportation infrastructure. It is essential to the continued economic growth and development of the region. Water infrastructure needs continue to exist, particularly, rural water supply.
Stranica 89 - SMALL RECLAMATION PROJECTS LOAN PROGRAM The Small Reclamation Projects Act of 1956, as amended, established a program to provide financial assistance through loans and grants for the construction or rehabilitation and betterment by local organizations of Small Reclamation-type projects. The program extends to the 17 Western States and Hawaii and is confined to projects which are primarily "for the purpose of irrigation.
Stranica 5 - MR. CHAIRMAN, THAT CONCLUDES MY PREPARED REMARKS. I WOULD BE PLEASED TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU OR THE MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE MAY HAVE AT THIS TIME.
Stranica 91 - S. 1565, is the most important and appropriate course to take at this time. As you can see from the list of notices of intent, there is interest out there, problems that need to be addressed and a belief that the SRPA program is one of the best vehicles to use to get us the water resources we need. This program works. It is well known and has been widely used in the 17 Western states. It also acknowledges today's fiscal realities. It provides agencies, large and small, with...
Stranica 89 - Act of 1956, as amended, established a program under which certain types of organizations, located in the 17 contiguous Western states and Hawaii, can obtain loans for development of small reclamation projects and grants for those portions of the projects that are nonreimbursable as a matter of national policy.