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Proposed improvements to existing flood control works Beaver Drainage District, Columbia River, Oregon

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Published by U.S. Army Engineer District in Portland, Or .
Written in English


  • Beaver Drainage District (Columbia County, Or.),
  • Flood control -- Environmental aspects -- Columbia River.,
  • Flood control -- Environmental aspects -- Oregon -- Columbia County.,
  • Pumping stations -- Environmental aspects -- Columbia River.,
  • Pumping stations -- Environmental aspects -- Oregon -- Columbia County.

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Statementprepared by U.S. Army Engineer District, Portland, Oregon.
ContributionsUnited States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Portland District.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various foliations) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16102151M

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Army Corps of Engineers: FY Appropriations Receipts from federal taxes on navigation interests are deposited in the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund (HMTF) and the Inland Waterways Trust Fund (IWTF). The trust funds are used in the discretionary appropriations process to pay for some USACE navigation activities. The NFIP was established by Congress with passage of the National Flood Insurance Act in , to help reduce future flood damages through NFIP community floodplain regulation that would control development in flood hazard areas, provide insurance for a premium to property owners, and reduce federal expenditures for disaster assistance. regarding the flood hazard zone for a lot, a portion of a lot, or an existing or proposed structure. The lot or structure is considered the subject of the determination (subject). The regulations related to these determinations and comments are presented in the Code of. Existing Structure / Improvements Map and label existing roads Footprint of existing structures Proposed improvements, if known. Restrictive Easements / Reservations (existing and proposed) Delineation of Building Setback Lines (BSL) existing and proposed Riparian setbacks Wetlands Non-vehicular access strip OtherFile Size: KB.

The request is reviewed to determine if the costs of the improvements appear supportable by the properties that will be benefited and later assessed for the proposed improvements. If the result of the feasibility review is favorable, the request for roadways will be submitted to Pima County's Department of Transportation for further evaluation. including limits of any existing City water main and/or sanitary sewer infrastructure to be removed and/or modified, and location of all existing utilities in vicinity of the proposed improvements (that may be in conflict). G. Provide conceptual Paving, Grading, and Drainage Plan to . September to Remember: The Colorado Flood within the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District publication. Major contributors to the development of the book include Ken MacKenzie, Bill DeGroot, and Sharon Tellak. Courtesy copies were given to each of our board members, and Mr. MacKenzie added that additional copies will be provided to our. (b) Drainage or flood control. (c) Acquisition of existing works incidental to a water distribution system separate from or supplemental to the works of the district. (d) Change or improvement of the water distribution system of the district.