Deauthorization of Water Resources Projects, 31713-31715 [E9-15663]

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E9–15623 Filed 7–1–09; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 5001–06–P PO 00000 Frm 00027 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Army Corps of Engineers, DoD. Notice of project deauthorizations. AGENCY: ACTION: SUMMARY: The Corps of Engineers is publishing the list of water resources projects deauthorized under the provisions of section 1001(b)(2) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, Public Law 99–662, as amended, (33 U.S.C 579a(b)(2)), and lists of projects removed from the deauthorization list due to obligations of funds, or deauthorized earlier. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Headquarters, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, DC 20314–1000, Attention: CECW–IN, Ms. Agnes W. Chen, Tel. (202) 761–4175. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Water Resources Development Act of 1986, Public Law 99–662, 100 Stat. 4082– 4273, as amended, provides for the automatic deauthorization of water resource projects and separable elements of projects. Section 1001(b)(2), 33 U.S.C. 579a(b)(2), requires the Secretary of the Army to submit to the Congress a biennial list of unconstructed water resources projects and separable elements of projects for which no obligations of funds have been incurred for planning, design or construction during the prior seven full fiscal years. If funds are not obligated within thirty months from the date the list was submitted, the project/separable elements are deauthorized. Notwithstanding these provisions, projects may be specifically deauthorized or reauthorized by law. (Note: The provision of section 1001(b)(2) prior to the 2007 amendments apply to this action.) For purposes of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, ‘‘separable element’’ is defined in section 103(f), Public Law 99–662, 33 U.S.C. 2213(f). In accordance with section 1001(b)(2), the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) submitted a list of 31 projects and separable elements to Congress on 29 September 2006. From this list, 27 projects/separable elements were deauthorized on March 29, 2009, 2 were removed due to obligation of funds, and 2 were deauthorized on 02 April 2002 and 01 May 1997 respectively. E:\FR\FM\02JYN1.SGM 02JYN1 31714 Federal Register / Vol. 74, No. 126 / Thursday, July 2, 2009 / Notices Primary state District Purpose AR FC AR AR CT CT IA MA MA MD ME ME MO MO NE FC FC E E FC E FC N E E FC FC SP NH NH NJ OR PA RI RI RI RI RI SD TN TN E E N N FC SP E E N N H FC FC Projects Deauthorized on 29 March 2009 Under Section 1001(B)(2) WRDA 1986, as Amended MVM ........................................................ MVM ........................................................ MVM ........................................................ NAE ......................................................... NAE ......................................................... MVR ......................................................... NAE ......................................................... NAE ......................................................... NAB ......................................................... NAE ......................................................... NAE ......................................................... MVS ......................................................... MVS ......................................................... NWO ........................................................ NAE ......................................................... NAE ......................................................... NAN ......................................................... NWP ........................................................ NAB ......................................................... NAE ......................................................... NAE ......................................................... NAE ......................................................... NAE ......................................................... NAE ......................................................... NWO ........................................................ MVM ........................................................ MVM ........................................................ AUGUSTA TO CLARENDON LEVEE, LOWER WHITE RIVER, AR (UNCOMPLETED PORTION). CLARENDON LEVEE, LOWER WHITE RIVER, AR ............................................. WEST MEMPHIS & VICINITY, AR ........................................................................ HARTFORD ............................................................................................................ NEW HAVEN .......................................................................................................... GREEN BAY LEVEE & DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 2, IA .................................... FALL RIVER AND NEW BEDFORD ...................................................................... SAUGUS RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, MA ........................................................... BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS, MD & VA (50–FT DEEPENING) ....... CASCO BAY IN VICINITY OF PORTLAND ........................................................... PENOBSCOT RIVER IN VICINITY OF BANGOR ................................................. COLDWATER CREEK, MO ................................................................................... MALINE CREEK, MO ............................................................................................. PLATTE RIVER FLOOD & RELATED STREAMBANK EROSION CONTROL, NE. EPPING .................................................................................................................. MANCHESTER ....................................................................................................... NEW YORK HBR AND ADJACENT CHANNELS, CLAREMONT TERMINAL, NJ COLUMBIA RIVER, SEAFARER’S MEMORIAL, HAMMOND, OR ....................... TIOGA-HAMMOND LAKES, PA (MILL RUN RECREATION) ............................... CLIFF WALK, NEWPORT, RI ................................................................................ NARRAGANSETT BAY IN VICINITY OF PROVIDENCE, RI ................................ NARRAGANSETT BAY OVERPLOW MGMT FACILITY ....................................... NARRAGANSETT TOWN BEACH, NARRAGANSETT, RI ................................... QUONSET POINT—DAVISVILLE .......................................................................... GREGORORY COUNTY HYDROELECTRIC PUM STORAGE FACILITY, SD .... MUD LAKE PUMPING STATION, TN .................................................................... REELFOOT LAKE—LAKE NO 9, TN & KY ........................................................... Total: 27 Projects Removed from Deauthorization List Due to Obligations of Funds for Planning, Design or Construction NAE ......................................................... LRE .......................................................... BRIDGEPORT ........................................................................................................ ECORSE CREEK, MI ............................................................................................. Total: 2 CT MI E FC ID FC SD E Project Deauthorization on 02 April 2002 NWW ....................................................... LITTLE WOOD RIVER GOODING/SHOSHONE, ID ............................................. Total: 1 Project Deauthorization on 01 May 1997 NWO ........................................................ OAHE DAM, LAKE OAHE (WILDLIFE RESTORATION), SD & ND ..................... Total: 1 Key To Abbreviations MVD MVM MVN MVS MVK MVR MVP NAD NAB NAN NAO NAP NAE NWD NWP NWS NWW NWK NWO MISSISSIPPI VALLEY DIVISION MEMPHIS DISTRICT NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT ST. LOUIS DISTRICT VICKSBURG DISTRICT ROCK ISLAND DISTRICT ST. PAUL DISTRICT NORTH ATLANTIC DIVISION BALTIMORE DISTRICT NEW YORK DISTRICT NORFOLK DISTRICT PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT NORTHWESTERN DIVISION PORTLAND DISTRICT SEATTLE DISTRICT WALLA WALLA DISTRICT KANSAS CITY DISTRICT OMAHA DISTRICT VerDate Nov<24>2008 15:35 Jul 01, 2009 Jkt 217001 LRD GREAT LAKES & OHIO RIVER DIVISION LRH HUNTINGTON DISTRICT LRL LOUISVILLE DISTRICT LRN NASHVILLE DISTRICT LRP PITTSBURGH DISTRICT LRB BUFFALO DISTRICT LRC CHICAGO DISTRICT LRE DETROIT DISTRICT POD PACIFIC OCEAN DIVISION POA ALASKA DISTRICT POH HONOLULU DISTRICT SAD SOUTH ATLANTIC DIVISION SAC CHARLESTON DISTRICT SAJ JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT SAM MOBILE DISTRICT SAS SAVANNAH DISTRICT SAW WILMINGTON DISTRICT SPD SOUTH PACIFIC DIVISION SPL LOS ANGELES DISTRICT SPK SACRAMENTO DISTRICT PO 00000 Frm 00028 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 SPN SPA SWD SWF SWG SWL SWT SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT ALBUQUERQUE DISTRICT SOUTHWESTERN DIVISION FORT WORTH DISTRICT GALVESTON DISTRICT LITTLE ROCK DISTRICT TULSA DISTRICT Purpose E FC H N SP ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION FLOOD CONTROL WATER SUPPLY NAVIGATION EROSION CONTROL Authority: This notice is required by the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, Public Law 99–662, section 1001(c), 33 U.S.C. 579a(c), and the Water Resources E:\FR\FM\02JYN1.SGM 02JYN1 Federal Register / Vol. 74, No. 126 / Thursday, July 2, 2009 / Notices Development Act of 1988, Public Law 100– 676, section 52(d), 102 Stat. 4012, 4045. Terrence C. ‘‘Rock’’ Salt, Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works). [FR Doc. E9–15663 Filed 7–1–09; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3710–92–P DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Department of the Army Notice of Availability of the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCOE) Actions at Fort Benning, GA Department of the Army, DoD. Notice of Availability (NOA). AGENCY: ACTION: SUMMARY: The Department of the Army announces the availability of the MCOE FEIS, which evaluates the potential environmental and socioeconomic impacts associated with the MCOE activities at Fort Benning. The FEIS covers the construction, operation, facilities maintenance, personnel increases, and training activities associated with the proposed MCOE actions, as well as increased training throughput due to Grow the Army missions at Fort Benning. DATES: The waiting period for the MCOE FEIS will end 30 days after publication of a notice of availability in the Federal Register by the Environmental Protection Agency. ADDRESSES: To obtain a copy of the EElS, contact Mr. John Brent, Fort Benning Directorate of Public Works, Environmental Management Division, 6650 Meloy Hall, Building 6, Room 308, Fort Benning, GA 31905 or e-mail at: john.brent@us.army.mil. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Bridgett Siter at (706) 545–6169 or Mr. Anthony O’Bryant at (706) 545–4591 in the Fort Benning Public Affairs Office. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The MCOE FEIS covers the construction, operation, facilities maintenance, personnel increases, and training activities associated with the proposed MCOE actions at Fort Benning. The Proposed Action includes construction, operation, and maintenance of facilities and training areas in support of the Armor School and Infantry training mission. In 2007, the Army completed its 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC)/ Transformation Actions FEIS and subsequent Record of Decision (ROD) for Fort Benning. Since the announcement of the BRAC/ VerDate Nov<24>2008 15:35 Jul 01, 2009 Jkt 217001 Transformation ElS ROD in 2007, some projects that were reasonably foreseeable in Fiscal Year (FY) 14 have now been funded, programmed and planned, and new projects have been identified. In addition, some of the projects, originally identified for implementation in the FY08 to FY13 timeframe, have changed in location, size, and timing and these changes are substantial enough to require a reevaluation. The MCOE FEIS analyzes these changes. The MCOE FEIS also evaluates new facilities and training areas to support the increased training requirements of military personnel and students associated with Grow the Army missions at Fort Benning. The permanent increase in the Army end strength, which is being implemented in accordance with Congressional authorizations, will allow the Army to realign its force structure to a force that is capable of meeting national security and defense objectives. This action would bring the Fort Benning population (excluding dependents) to a total of 35,837 military, civilian, and contractor personnel, as well as 16,624 military students (daily average). Alternatives analyzed in the MCOE FEIS are: (I) Alternative A (the Army’s Preferred Alternative) which consists of 43 projects and entails cantonment area impacts, and maneuver and range development impacts to 10,045 acres total; (2) Alternative B which consists of 48 projects in the cantonment, maneuver and range areas, and impacts 24,596 acres total; and (3) the No Action Alternative under which FY09 through FY13 BRAC/Transformation projects identified in the BRAC/Transformation EIS are evaluated. Because the BRAC/ Transformation actions have been approved for implementation, regardless of the decision taken under the MCOE proposed action, they are included in the No Action Alternative. The FEIS analyses indicate that the implementation of the proposed action would have significant impacts on cultural resources, soils, water resources, special status species (particularly the Red-cockaded Woodpecker (RCW), relict trillium, and gopher tortoise), and Unique Ecological Areas (UEA). The action could potentially cause compatibility issues for lands adjacent to the ranges due to noise. Aesthetic and visual resources would be affected, but insignificantly. In terms of socioeconomics, development would take place and population increases would result in economic gains under both action alternatives, but there could be negative impacts if the local market cannot support this PO 00000 Frm 00029 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 31715 increase. On-post traffic congestion and Main Gate build-up during peak hours are anticipated, but these impacts would be minimized once road expansions and new access points are completed. There would be short-term construction emissions increases, but they would not significantly affect regional air quality in the long term. Noise contours associated with training would grow both on- and off-post, increasing the potential for annoyance and complaints in adjacent communities. Utilities, safety, and hazardous and toxic materials and waste would not be significantly impacted. Through formal consultation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, minimization measures, including a Reasonable and Prudent Alternative (RPA), were developed to minimize the impacts to RCW expressed in a Jeopardy Biological Opinion. The RPA also includes a requirement that field training associated with the Scout Leaders Course (Army Reconnaissance Course) and MCOE heavy mechanized training courses be moved from the Southern Maneuver Training Area to an off-post site yet to be determined. This relocation would take place 5 years from the start of the Scout Leaders Course and would be the subject of further NEPA analysis. All the alternatives would have significant, adverse noise impacts due to expansion of noise levels greater than 75 dBA (Zone Ill) into approximately 96 family housing buildings adjacent to Dixie Road. The family housing on post has been privatized via the Residential Communities Initiative (RCI). Fort Benning is working with the RCI program representatives to determine the most feasible mitigation options to attenuate noise, which will be analyzed in a separate NEPA document when more information and options are identified. For all alternatives, significant adverse impacts to land use, biological resources, water resources, and soils would be reduced with the implementation of proposed mitigation measures. Significant adverse impacts to special status species (RCW), vegetation, and UEA would be reduced through the implementation of the proposed mitigation measures and the RPA, but residual impacts would still be potentially significant as a result of the magnitude of the impacts, loss of habitat, and operation and maintenance activities. An electronic version of the FEIS can be viewed or downloaded from the following Web site: http:// www.hqda.army.mil/acsim/brac/ nepa_eis_docs.htm. E:\FR\FM\02JYN1.SGM 02JYN1

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[Federal Register Volume 74, Number 126 (Thursday, July 2, 2009)]
[Notices]
[Pages 31713-31715]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: E9-15663]


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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Department of the Army; Corps of Engineers


Deauthorization of Water Resources Projects

AGENCY: Army Corps of Engineers, DoD.

ACTION: Notice of project deauthorizations.

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SUMMARY: The Corps of Engineers is publishing the list of water 
resources projects deauthorized under the provisions of section 
1001(b)(2) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, Public Law 
99-662, as amended, (33 U.S.C 579a(b)(2)), and lists of projects 
removed from the deauthorization list due to obligations of funds, or 
deauthorized earlier.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Headquarters, U.S. Army Corps of 
Engineers, Washington, DC 20314-1000, Attention: CECW-IN, Ms. Agnes W. 
Chen, Tel. (202) 761-4175.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Water Resources Development Act of 1986, 
Public Law 99-662, 100 Stat. 4082-4273, as amended, provides for the 
automatic deauthorization of water resource projects and separable 
elements of projects.
    Section 1001(b)(2), 33 U.S.C. 579a(b)(2), requires the Secretary of 
the Army to submit to the Congress a biennial list of unconstructed 
water resources projects and separable elements of projects for which 
no obligations of funds have been incurred for planning, design or 
construction during the prior seven full fiscal years. If funds are not 
obligated within thirty months from the date the list was submitted, 
the project/separable elements are deauthorized. Notwithstanding these 
provisions, projects may be specifically deauthorized or reauthorized 
by law. (Note: The provision of section 1001(b)(2) prior to the 2007 
amendments apply to this action.)
    For purposes of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, 
``separable element'' is defined in section 103(f), Public Law 99-662, 
33 U.S.C. 2213(f).
    In accordance with section 1001(b)(2), the Assistant Secretary of 
the Army (Civil Works) submitted a list of 31 projects and separable 
elements to Congress on 29 September 2006. From this list, 27 projects/
separable elements were deauthorized on March 29, 2009, 2 were removed 
due to obligation of funds, and 2 were deauthorized on 02 April 2002 
and 01 May 1997 respectively.

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               District                                                    Primary state           Purpose
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              Projects Deauthorized on 29 March 2009 Under Section 1001(B)(2) WRDA 1986, as Amended
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MVM...................................  AUGUSTA TO CLARENDON LEVEE,     AR                   FC
                                         LOWER WHITE RIVER, AR
                                         (UNCOMPLETED PORTION).
MVM...................................  CLARENDON LEVEE, LOWER WHITE    AR                   FC
                                         RIVER, AR.
MVM...................................  WEST MEMPHIS & VICINITY, AR...  AR                   FC
NAE...................................  HARTFORD......................  CT                   E
NAE...................................  NEW HAVEN.....................  CT                   E
MVR...................................  GREEN BAY LEVEE & DRAINAGE      IA                   FC
                                         DISTRICT NO. 2, IA.
NAE...................................  FALL RIVER AND NEW BEDFORD....  MA                   E
NAE...................................  SAUGUS RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES,   MA                   FC
                                         MA.
NAB...................................  BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS,  MD                   N
                                         MD & VA (50-FT DEEPENING).
NAE...................................  CASCO BAY IN VICINITY OF        ME                   E
                                         PORTLAND.
NAE...................................  PENOBSCOT RIVER IN VICINITY OF  ME                   E
                                         BANGOR.
MVS...................................  COLDWATER CREEK, MO...........  MO                   FC
MVS...................................  MALINE CREEK, MO..............  MO                   FC
NWO...................................  PLATTE RIVER FLOOD & RELATED    NE                   SP
                                         STREAMBANK EROSION CONTROL,
                                         NE.
NAE...................................  EPPING........................  NH                   E
NAE...................................  MANCHESTER....................  NH                   E
NAN...................................  NEW YORK HBR AND ADJACENT       NJ                   N
                                         CHANNELS, CLAREMONT TERMINAL,
                                         NJ.
NWP...................................  COLUMBIA RIVER, SEAFARER'S      OR                   N
                                         MEMORIAL, HAMMOND, OR.
NAB...................................  TIOGA-HAMMOND LAKES, PA (MILL   PA                   FC
                                         RUN RECREATION).
NAE...................................  CLIFF WALK, NEWPORT, RI.......  RI                   SP
NAE...................................  NARRAGANSETT BAY IN VICINITY    RI                   E
                                         OF PROVIDENCE, RI.
NAE...................................  NARRAGANSETT BAY OVERPLOW MGMT  RI                   E
                                         FACILITY.
NAE...................................  NARRAGANSETT TOWN BEACH,        RI                   N
                                         NARRAGANSETT, RI.
NAE...................................  QUONSET POINT--DAVISVILLE.....  RI                   N
NWO...................................  GREGORORY COUNTY HYDROELECTRIC  SD                   H
                                         PUM STORAGE FACILITY, SD.
MVM...................................  MUD LAKE PUMPING STATION, TN..  TN                   FC
MVM...................................  REELFOOT LAKE--LAKE NO 9, TN &  TN                   FC
                                         KY.
                                         Total: 27
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   Projects Removed from Deauthorization List Due to Obligations of Funds for Planning, Design or Construction
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NAE...................................  BRIDGEPORT....................  CT                   E
LRE...................................  ECORSE CREEK, MI..............  MI                   FC
                                         Total: 2
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                                    Project Deauthorization on 02 April 2002
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NWW...................................  LITTLE WOOD RIVER GOODING/      ID                   FC
                                         SHOSHONE, ID.
                                         Total: 1
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                                     Project Deauthorization on 01 May 1997
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NWO...................................  OAHE DAM, LAKE OAHE (WILDLIFE   SD                   E
                                         RESTORATION), SD & ND.
                                         Total: 1
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Key To Abbreviations

MVD MISSISSIPPI VALLEY DIVISION
MVM MEMPHIS DISTRICT
MVN NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT
MVS ST. LOUIS DISTRICT
MVK VICKSBURG DISTRICT
MVR ROCK ISLAND DISTRICT
MVP ST. PAUL DISTRICT
NAD NORTH ATLANTIC DIVISION
NAB BALTIMORE DISTRICT
NAN NEW YORK DISTRICT
NAO NORFOLK DISTRICT
NAP PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT
NAE NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT
NWD NORTHWESTERN DIVISION
NWP PORTLAND DISTRICT
NWS SEATTLE DISTRICT
NWW WALLA WALLA DISTRICT
NWK KANSAS CITY DISTRICT
NWO OMAHA DISTRICT
LRD GREAT LAKES & OHIO RIVER DIVISION
LRH HUNTINGTON DISTRICT
LRL LOUISVILLE DISTRICT
LRN NASHVILLE DISTRICT
LRP PITTSBURGH DISTRICT
LRB BUFFALO DISTRICT
LRC CHICAGO DISTRICT
LRE DETROIT DISTRICT
POD PACIFIC OCEAN DIVISION
POA ALASKA DISTRICT
POH HONOLULU DISTRICT
SAD SOUTH ATLANTIC DIVISION
SAC CHARLESTON DISTRICT
SAJ JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT
SAM MOBILE DISTRICT
SAS SAVANNAH DISTRICT
SAW WILMINGTON DISTRICT
SPD SOUTH PACIFIC DIVISION
SPL LOS ANGELES DISTRICT
SPK SACRAMENTO DISTRICT
SPN SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT
SPA ALBUQUERQUE DISTRICT
SWD SOUTHWESTERN DIVISION
SWF FORT WORTH DISTRICT
SWG GALVESTON DISTRICT
SWL LITTLE ROCK DISTRICT
SWT TULSA DISTRICT

Purpose

E ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION
FC FLOOD CONTROL
H WATER SUPPLY
N NAVIGATION
SP EROSION CONTROL

    Authority: This notice is required by the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1986, Public Law 99-662, section 1001(c), 33 
U.S.C. 579a(c), and the Water Resources

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Development Act of 1988, Public Law 100-676, section 52(d), 102 
Stat. 4012, 4045.

Terrence C. ``Rock'' Salt,
Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works).
[FR Doc. E9-15663 Filed 7-1-09; 8:45 am]
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