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Program by activities:

1. Advance engineering and design...-
2. Navigation projects:
(a) Channels and harbors:

(I) Projects specifically authorized by

Congress:

(1) Homer Harbor, Alaska.
(2) Juneau Harbor, Alaska.
(3) Seldovia Harbor, Alaska.
(4) Arkansas River and tributaries

(bank stabilization and chan-
nel rectification), Arkansas

and Oklahoma..
(5) Half Moon Bay (Pillar Point)

Calif..
(6) Noyo River and Harbor, Calif.
(7) Playa del Ray Inlet and Har-

bor, Calif...
(8) Port Hueneme Harbor, Calif.
(9) Redwood City Harbor, Calif.
(10) Sacramento River, Calif.
(11) Santa Cruz Harbor, Calif..
(12) Bridgeport Harbor, Conn.
(13) Inland waterway, Delaware

River to Chesapeake Bay,
Del. and Md. (Summit

Bridge).
(14) Inland waterway, Delaware

River to Chesapeake Bay,

Part II, Del. and Md..
(15) Intracoastal Waterway, Jack-

son ville to Miami, Fla. (Eau

Gallie to Fort Pierce)...
(16) Intracoastal Waterway, Cal-

loosahatchee River to An

clote River, Fla..
(17) Port Everglades Harbor, Fla.
(18) St. Joseph Bay, Fla.
(19) St. Marks River, Fla.
(20) Tampa llarbor, Fja
(21) Brunswick Harbor, Ga.
(22) Savannah River below Au-

gusta, Ga
(23) Honolulu Harbor, Hawaii
(24) Kahului Harbor, Hawaii
(25) Calumet Harbor and River,

Ill, and Ind
(26) Calumet Harbor and River,

ni. and Ind. (Torrence Ave.

to Turning Basin No. 5).
(27) Calumet Harbor and River

(Cargill Docks), II. and Ind.
(28) Mississippi River between

Ohio and Missouri Rivers

(regulating works)...
(29) Mississippi River between St.

Louis, Mo., and lock and

dam 26, Illinois and Missouri.
(30) Mississippi River between

Ohio and Missouri Rivers,
Chain of Rocks, Ill

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1960 actual

1961 estimate 1962 estimate

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Program by activities-Continued
2. Navigation projects-Continued
(a) Channels and harbors-Continued

(I) Projects Specifically authorized by

Congress-Continued
(31) Indiana Harbor, Ind.
(32) Decatur Bend Cutoff, Iowa

and Nebr
(33) Missouri River:

Sioux City, Iowa, to Omaha,

Nebr..
Omaha, Nebr., to Kansas

City, Mo.

Kansas City, Mo., to mouth.
(34) Fort Leavenworth Bridge,

Kansas.
(35) Barataria Bay, La..
(36) Gulf Intracoastal Waterway

between Apalachee Bay,
Fla., and Mexican border,
Plaquemine-Morgan City

alternate route, Louisiana...
(37) Mississippi River, Baton

Rouge to the Gulf of Mexico,

La.
(38) Mississippi River-Gulf outlet,

Louisiana.
(39) Aquatic plant control in the

waters of the Gulf and South

Atlantic States.
(40) Eastport Harbor, Maine.
(41) Scarboro River, Maine
(42) York Harbor, Maine
(43) Baltimore Harbor and chan-

nels, Maryland.
(44) Boston Harbor (reserve chan-

nel), Mass.
(45) Detroit River-Trenton Chan-

nel, Mich.
(46) Grand Marais Harbor, Mich.
(47) Great Lakes connecting chan-

nels, Michigan.
(48) Hammond Bay, Mich.
(49) Manistee Harbor, Mich, and

Wis
(50) Manistique Harbor, Mich.
(51) New Poe lock, St. Marys

River, Mich..
(52) Saginaw River, Mich.
(53) St. Marys River, Mich
(54) Duluth-Superior Harbor,

Minn. and Wis.
(55) Minnesota River, Minn.
(56) Pascagoula Harbor, Miss
(57) Delaware River, Philadelphia

to Trenton, Pennsylvania,

New Jersey, and Delaware..
(58) New York, channel from ocean

to Bayside, N.Y
(59) New York and New Jersey

channels
(60) Buffalo Harbor (south en-

trance), N.Y
(61) Buffalo Harbor (north en-

trance), N.Y
(62) Buttermilk Channel, N.Y
(63) Hudson River-32-foot channel

to Albany, NY
(64) Jamaica Bay, N.Y
(65) Rochester Harbor, N.Y
(66) Ocracoke Inlet, N.C.
(67) Morehead City Harbor, N.C..
(68) Ashtabula Harbor (channel

deepening and turning ba

sin), Ohio.
(69) Cleveland Harbor (dredging),

Ohio.
(70) Sandusky Harbor, Ohio.
(71) Columbia River between Van-

couver, Wash., and The

Dalles, Oreg.
(72) Rogue River at Gold Beach,

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1, 580

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1960 actual

1961 estimate 1962 estimate

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Program by activities--Continued
2. Navigation projects-Continued
(a) Channels and harbors-Continued

(I) Projects specifically authorized by

Congress-Continued
(73) Erie Haibor, Pa.
(74) San Juan Harbor, P.R.
(75) Freeport Harbor, Tex..
(76) Galveston seawall, Texas.
(77) Gulf Intracoastal Waterway:

Channel to Port Mansfield,

Tex.
Colorado River Channel,

Tex..
Guadalupe River, channel

to Victoria, Tex.
(78) Houston ship channel, Texas.
(79) Port Aransas-Corpus Christi

Waterway, Tex.:

36-foot channel.
Channel extension from Tule

Lake to Viola, 36-foot only.
(80) Sabine-Neches Waterway, Tex
(81) Everett Harbor and Snohomish

River, Wash.
(82) Ashland Harbor, Wis.

(83) Minor completion items.
(II) Projects not specifically authorized by

Congress..

Total, channels and harbors. (6) Locks and dams:

(1) Holt lock and dam, Alabama and

Georgia...
(2) Jackson lock and dam, Alabama..
(3) Columbia lock and dam, Alabama and

Georgia
(4) Minois Waterway, nl. (Calumet-Sag

modification, Lake Calumet to Sag

Junction).
(5) Mississippi River between the Mis-

souri River and Minneapolis, Minn.:

St. Anthony Falls, Minn.

Rectification of damages..
(6) Markland lock and dam, Indiana,

Kentucky, and Ohio.
(7) Ohio River locks and dams:

New Cumberland locks and dams,

Ohio and West Virginia..
Greenup locks and dams, Ken-

tucky and Ohio.
McAlpine lock and dam 41, Ken-

tucky and Indiana
(8) Captain Anthony Meldahl locks and

dams, Kentucky and Ohio.
(9) Great Lakes-Hudson River Water-

way, N.Y...
(10) Belleville locks and dam, Ohio and

West Virginia
(11) Pike Island lock and dam, Ohio and

West Virginia.
(12) Maxwell locks and dam, Pennsyl-

vania
(13) Opekiska lock and dam. West Virginia.
(14) Minor completion items.

Total, locks and dams. 3. Alteration of bridges over navigable waters:

(1) Chicago, Burlington & Quincy RR. bridge,

Ilinois
(2) Chelsea Bridge, Massachusetts.
(3) Houghton-Hancock Bridge, Michigan.
(4) Ohio Street Bridge, Buffalo Harbor, N.Y.
(5) Corpus Christi Bridge, Texas.
(6) Minor completion items..

Total, alteration of bridges..

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Program by activities-Continued
4. Beach erosion control projects:

(1) Imperial Beach, Calif.
(2) Silver Beach to Cedar Beach, Conn.
(3) Rehobeth Beach to Indian River Inlet, Del.
(4) Key West, Fla.
(5) Lake Worth Inlet to South Lake Worth

Inlet, Fla..
(6) Kenilworth, ni.
(7) Quincy Shore, Mass.
(8) Atlantic City, N.J.
(9) Ocean City, N.J.
(10) Selkirk Shores State Park, N.Y.
(11) Minor completion items.

Total, beach erosion control..
5. Flood control projects:
(a) Local protection:

(I) Projects specifically authorized by

Congress:

(1) Paint Rock River, Ala
(2) Gila River-Camelsback Reser-

voir, Ariz.
(3) McKinney Bayou and Bark-

man Creek, Ark, and Tex.
(4) Devil, East Twin, Warm, and

Lytle Creeks, Calif.
(5) Los Angeles County drainage

area, California (exclusive of

Whittier Narrows Reservoir).
(6) Lower San Joaquin River and

tributaries, California..
(7) Middle Creek, Calif.
(8) Mill Creek levees, Calif.
(9) Sacramento River flood con-

trol, California...
(10) Sacramento River and major

and minor tributaries, Cali

fornia.
(11) San Antonio and Chino Creek.

Calif.
(12) San Jacinto River and Bau-

tista Creek, Calif..
(13) San Lorenzo Creek, Calif.
(14) Santa Clara River, Calif.
(15) Santa Maria Valley levees,

Calif..
(16) Truckee River and tributaries,

California and Nevada..
(17) Pawcatuck, Conn
(18) Central and southern Florida.
(19) Hanapepe River, Hawaii
(20) Kawainui Swamp, Ilawaii..
(21) Beardstown, ni..
(22) Clear Creek drainage and levee

district, Illinois.
(23) Drury drainage and levee dis-

trict, Illinois.
(24) East St. Louis and vicinity,

Mlinois...
(25) Henderson River, nl..
(26) Hunt and Lima Lake drainage

district, Illinois..
(26) Drainage Union No. 1 and Bay

Island levee and drainage

district, Illihois.
(28) Sny Basin, I?l.
(29) Woods River drainage and

levee district, Illinois.
(30) Evansville, Ind.
(31) Mason J. Niblack levee, In-

diana.
(32) Vincennes, Ind.
(33) West Terre llaute, Ind
(34) Floyd River and tributaries,

Iowa...
(35) Iowa River-Flint Creek levee

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district No. 16, Iowa. (36) Little Sioux River, Iowa...

2, 298

2, 268

300 2, 700 protection), Oreg

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Program by activities-Continued
5. Flood control projects-Continued
(a) Local protection-Continued

(I) Projects specifically authorized by

Congress-Continued
(37) Missouri

River, Kenslers'
Bend, Nebr., to Sioux City,

Iowa.
(38) Muscatine Island levee dis-

trict and Muscatine Louisa
County Drainage District

No. 13, Iowa.
(39) Frankfort, Kans.
(40) Kansas Cities on the Missouri

and Kansas Rivers, Kans.

and Mo...
(41) Manhattan, Kans.
(42) Missouri River agricultural

levees, Kansas, Missouri,

Iowa, and Nebraska..
(43) Ottawa, kans.
(44) Topeka, Kans
(45) Covington, Ky.
(46) Amite River and tributaries,

Louisiana.
(47) Bayou Chevreuil, La.
(48) Red River le vees and bank sta.

bilization below Denison
Dam, Louisiana, Texas, and

Arkansas
(49) New Bedford, Fairhaven, and

Acushnet Barrier, Mass.
(50) North Adams, Mass..
(51) Worcester, Mass
(52) Battle Creek, Mich.
(53) Lost River and Ruffy Brook,

Minn...
(54) Red River of the North, Minn.,

S. Dak., and N. Dak.
(55) St. Paul and South St. Paul,

Minn.
(56) Bear Creek, Mo.
(57) Canton, Mo.
(58) Des Moines and Mississippi

levee district No. 1, Missouri.
(59) Fabius River drainage and

levee district, Missouri
(60) Marion County drainage dis-

trict, Missouri.
(61) Perry County drainage and

levee districts 1, 2, and 3,

Missouri
(62) St. Louis, Mo.
(63) Gering and Mitchell Valleys,

Nebr
(64) Salt Creek and tributaries,

Vebraska
(65) Rio Grande Floodway, Cochiti

to Rio Puerco, N. Mex.
(66) Socorro, N. Mex.
(67) Two Rivers, N. Mex.
(68) Endicott, Johnson City, and

Vestal, NY
(69) Herkimer, N.Y
(70) Pantego and Cucklers Creek,

N.C.
(71) Lower Heart River, N. Dak.
(72) Enid, Okla.
(73) Johnson Creek, Oreg -
(74) Lower Columbia River bank

protection, Oregon and

Washington
(75) Lower Columbia River im-

provement to existing work:
Multnomah County drain-

age district No. 1.
Rainier drainage district.
Sauvie Island drainage dis-

trict...
(76) Willamette River Basin (bank

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