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Grand Tower drainage and lovee district,

Illinois
Prairie du Rocher and vicinity, Illinois
Harrisonville and Ivy Landing, drainage and

levee district, Illinois.
Baldhill Reservoir, Sheyenne River, N. Dak.
Park River Reservoir, N. Dak
Red Lake and Clearwater Rivers, Minn.
LacQui Parle Reservoir, Minnesota River,

Minn.
Dry Run,

Iowa
The Sny Basin, III.
Red Rock Reservoir, Iowa.
Coralville Reservoir, Iowa.
Elkport,

Turkey River, Iowa.
Kansas Citys, Mo. and Kans
Kanopolis Řeservoir, Kans.
Harlan County Reservoir, Nebr.
Missouri River agricultural levees, Sioux City,

Towa, to mouth
Indianola, Nebr.
Bartley, Nebr.
Chariton River, Iowa and Mo.
Fort Randall Reservoir, S. Dak
Denison, Iowa
Missouri River, Kenslers Bend?, Nebr., to Sioux

City, Iowa..
Omaha, Nebr
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Forsyth, Mont.
Hot Springs, S. Dak
Hazen, Knife River, N. Dak
Beulah, N. Dak.
Cherry Creek Reservoir, Colo.
Garrison Reservoir, N. Dak.
Mandan, N. Dak
Berlin Reservoir, Ohio.
Loyalhanna Reservoir, Pa
Youghiogheny River Reservoir, Pa.
Johnstown, Pa.
Conemaugh River Reservoir, Pa.
Punxsutawney, Pa.
East Branch, Clarion River Reservoir, Pa.
Olean, N. Y
Latrobe, Pa.
Muskingum River reservoirs, Ohio.
Bluestone Reservoir, W. Va
Delaware Reservoir, Ohio.
Massillon, Ohio..
Dillon Reservoir, Ohio.
Parkersburg, W. Va.

3, 434,000
2, 024, 500

811, 900
2,736, 200

951, 800
1,311, 000
6,477,000
30, 620,000
12, 208, 000

34, 200
31, 533, 000
12, 025, 000
41,200,000
108, 900,000

98,000
111,000
2,300,000
152, 700,000

62,000
2,800,000
8, 800.000
2, 450,000

265,000
1,004, 400

40,000

95,000
19,500,000
177,000,000

374, 000
6,381,000
5, 470,000
9,680,000

8, 890,000
36,000,000
3,020,000
8,048,300
3,570,000

181, 000
40, 136, 200
28, 187,000
7,723,000
7,372, 200
14, 959, 600
6, 359,000

3,681,000 240,000

600,000 730,000

500,000 1,100,000
3, 110, 500 323, 500
1, 240,000 784,500

333, 600 478, 300
509, 800 1, 200,000
838, 600 113, 200

991, 000 320,000
1,024, 800 1,500,000

903,000 1,200,000
464, 600 700,000

4, 100 30, 100
12,912, 100 8,000,000
11,877,000 48,000
11, 403,000 9,000,000
7, 645,000 10,000,000

85,000 13,000
15,000 96,000

320, 000 950,000
12,800,000 20,000,000

10,000 52, 000
1, 678,000 700,000
2,860,000 2, 900,000
1, 564, 000 886, 000

190, 800 74, 200
887,000 117, 400

4, 500 35, 500

8,000 87,000
7,674,000 8,500,000
26,780, 300 30, 400,000

40,000 334,000
6, 176, 700 204, 300
5, 193, 800 276, 200
9,380, 800 299, 200
8, 488,000 402, 000
11, 440, 300 7,875, 000
1, 591, 900 1, 428, 100
1,588,600 2,000,000
500,000 733, 000

35,000 146,000
36, 681, 100 1,600,000
22, 473,200 5, 713, 800
5,795, 100 1, 494, 900
4, 178, 400 2,000,000
5, 274,000 3,000,000
2,671,100 2, 450, 900

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Dewey Reservoir, Ky
Portsmouth-New Boston, Ohio.
Burr Oak Reservoir, Ohio.
Point Pleasant, W. Va.
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Muncie, Ind.
Jeffersonville-Clarksville, Ind.
Louisville, Ky
Newport, Ky
New Albany, Ind.
Cannelton, Ind
Mounds and Mounds City, III.
Indianapolis Fall Creek section, Indiana
Cagles Mill Reservoir, Ind.
l'niontown, Ky
Taylorsville, Ky
Covington, Ky
Levee Unit No. 8, Indiana
Shu fllebarger levee, Indiana.
McGinnis levee, Indiana
West Fork Reservoir, Ohio
Dale Hollow Reservoir, Tenn. and Ky
Center Hill Reservoir, Tenn.
Woli Creek Reservoir, Ky
Farm Creek reservoirs, Illinois
Lacey. Langellier, West Matanzas and Kerton

Valley drainage and levee district, Illinois.
Coal Creek drainage and levee district, Illinois
Mount Clemens, Clinton River, Mich.
Lancaster, N. Y
Mount Morris Reservoir, N. Y
Syracuse, N. Y
Montour Falls, N. Y
Pine Flat Reservoir, Calif.
Merced County stream group, California
Sacramento River minor tributaries, California
Isabella Reservoir, Calif.
Folsom Reservoir, Calif.
Redmond, Utah
Pajaro River, Calir.

3, 352, 500

2,000,000

1, 352, 500

900,000

631,000
8, 267, 600
18,907, 900
4,789, 500

900,000

631,000
8, 267, 600
15,000,000
4, 789, 500

3,907, 900

8, 775,000

7,000,000

1,775, 000

1,310,000
2, 106, 200

544, 000

874, 600
17, 375,000
3, 180,000
2,025,000
36, 367,000
4,044, 000
6,601,000
12, 384,000
44,348,000

733,000
714,000

693, 000
1,084, 400

260,000

834, 600
3,600,000
2,080,000

895, 000
3, 200,000

595, 000

535,000
1,358, 000

542, 000
608,000
529, 000

617,000
1,021, 800
284, 000

40,000
5,000,000
1,100,000
1, 130,000
5,000,000
1,000,000

500,000
3,000,000
3,370,000

125,000 185,000

28, 167,000
2, 449,000
5, 556,000
8,026,000
40, 436,000

12,000,000 10,000,000 $6, 167,000 2,000,000 449, 000 2,000,000 2,000,000 1, 566, 000 4,000,000 3,500,000 526, 000 9,000,000 12,000,000 12,000,000 $7, 436,000

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3, 500, 000
7,000,000

351, 000
3,500,000

500,000
155,000
83, 800

2, 024, 000
32, 548,000

200, 300
37, 319, 900
1, 461, 800

218, 500

2, 524, 000 14,000,000

200, 300
13, 500,000

500,000
218,500

13, 500,000

500,000

10, 319, 900

461, 800

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Vetrin Riler, Calir
Ilolbrock, Ariz
Dorets Reservoir, Oreg
Lookout l'oint Reservoir, Oreg
Heise-Roberts arca, Idaho..
Detroit Reservoir, Oreg
Willamette River, Oreg. (bank protection)
Fern Ridge Reservoir, Oreg
Multnomah drainage district No. 1, Oregon
Diking and improvement district No. 4, Wash-

ington
Amazon Creek, Oreg
Pudding River, Oreg
Mill Four drainage district, Yaquina River,

Oreg
Umpqua River and tributaries, Oregon.
Coquille River, Oreg.
Arlington, Oreg.
Nchalem River, Oreg
Tacoma, Puyallup River, Wash
Mud Mountain Reservoir, Wash

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2, 472, 428, 000

826, 207, 000 379, 895, 000 1, 266, 326,000 442, 412, 800 321, 846, 100 208, 005, 600

98, 421, 800

30, 419, 700

165, 220, 000

UNION VILLAGE RESERVOIR, VT.

Mr. ENGEL. The first item, No. 1, Union Village Reservoir, Vt. Total estimated Federal cost, $4,013,000; allotments to date, $2,299,000; tentative allocation, 1949, $1,500,000; additional to complete after 1949, $214,000.

(The justification is as follows:)
Item No. 1. Union_Village Reservoir, Vt.:
Total estimated Federal cost.

$4, 013, 000 Allotments to date..

12, 299, 000 Tentative allocation fiscal year 1949.

1, 500, 000 Additional to complete after fiscal year 1949.

214, 000 1 Includes 1948 appropriation of $100,000. Authorization.—1936 and 1938 Flood Control Acts.

Location and description.- The project consists of a rolled-fill earth dam for flood-control purposes located on the Ompompanoosuc River about 4 miles above its junction with the Connecticut River and one-fourth mile north of Union Village, Vt.

Operations, fiscal year 1948.The dam and appurtenant structures are under construction and are scheduled for completion in October 1949. The major portion of the road relocation work is now under way and is scheduled for completion during July 1948. A contract for construction of highway bridge and approaches by September 1948 is scheduled for award about February 1, 1948. Minor utility relocations and land acquisition are currently being accomplished. The project will be about 40 percent complete by June 30, 1948.

Proposed operations, fiscal year 1949.- Funds are needed in fiscal year 1949 for continuation of construction of the project. The allocation of $1,500,000 will be applied as follows: $1,463,000 to the construction of the dam and appurtenant structures which are being carried on under one continuing contract and 37,000 to complete land acquisition. These expenditures will carry the project from 40 percent to about 90 percent completion at the end of fiscal year 1949.

Justification. This project is an important unit in the comprehensive plan for protection against major floods in the Connecticut River Basin. It will afford complete protection for the lower reaches of the Ompompanoosuc River, and combined with other reservoirs and local protection works of the comprehensive plan, will provide complete protection for the principal damage centers on the Connecticut River including the industrial cities of Hartford and East Hartford, Connecticut, and Springfield, West Springfield, Chicopee, Holyoke and Northampton, Mass. The construction of this and other reservoirs in the plan is required to prevent overtopping of existing local protection works under major flood conditions. In addition, the Union Village Reservoir together with other reservoirs of the comprehensive plan will effect substantial reduction in flood heights to these communities and areas that are without local protection works. The total losses sustained in the Connecticut River Basin as a result of the floods of 1936 and 1938 were $66,500,000 and $48,500,000 respectively, 90 percent of which would have been avoided had all the units of the comprehensive plan been in operation.

Mr. ENGEL. What was the 1948 appropriation?
Colonel FERINGA. $100,000.
Mr. ENGEL. Did you have any carry over for 1947?
Colonel FERINGA. Yes sir, we did.
Mr. ENGEL. This is one of the projects that was stopped for the war?
Colonel FERINGA. No sir.
Mr. ENGEL. And this is the first appropriation to carry it on?

Colonel FERINGA. This is one of the projects initiated after the war with an appropriation in the 1946 Deficiency Appropriation. We got $100,000 last year and the money we are asking for this year is to be used for continuation of construction of the project. There was a very small appropriation made in 1948 because the remaining balances from 1947 and 1946 were sufficient for the fiscal year 1948.

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