River and Harbour, Flood Control, and Beach Erosion Control Projects in Hawaii, Report ... by Stephen M. Young, Chairman, Subcommittee on Flood Control - Rivers and Harbors, a Special On-site Inspection Made on November 18-23, 1968, December 1968

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Page 57 - A reconnaissance study, conducted under the authority of Section 205 of the 1948 Flood Control Act, was completed in November 1957.
Page 53 - Congress, but which are being studied under the authority of section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948.
Page 6 - The tidal range between mean lower low water and mean higher high water is about 1.8 feet and the extreme tidal range is about 4 feet.
Page 45 - Point, a 1,300-acre tract zoned for noxious industry has developed into a large-scale industrial complex. More than 30 firms have bought or leased land for new plants or facilities at this industrial park and a considerable number of other companies have evidenced interest in locating there. By...
Page 45 - ... be founded on the Island of Oahu outside the environs of metropolitan Honolulu. By mid-1963, over $84,800,000 had been invested in site development and plant construction for heavy, medium and light industries occupying approximately 650 acres. Basic industries to be served by the proposed harbor include a major oil refinery, a steel mill, and a cement plant.
Page 6 - ... south side of Kapalama Channel and Basin. HARBOR AND CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS BY THE UNITED STATES The existing project for Honolulu Harbor, authorized by the River and Harbor Acts of March 3, 1905, August 8, 1917, July 3, 1930, September 3, 1954, and October 27, 1965, provided for the following work: 1.
Page 76 - This provides for a rubble-mound breakwater about 2,150 feet in length along the reef which separates this bay into an inner and an outer harbor ; for an entrance channel 35 feet deep with a minimum width of 600 feet and a length of about 2,400 feet...
Page 1 - ... Territory, called the Paradise of the Pacific, succeeded In Its long campaign for statehood In 1959, becoming the 50th state after being voted in by the United States Senate and House. By plebiscite June 27, Hawaii voted to Join the Union by a vote of 132,773 to 7,971. President Eisenhower on Aug.
Page 49 - Pass under Section 107 of the 1960 River and Harbor Act, as amended.

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