H.R. 3313, the Long Island Sound Restoration Act, and H.R. 2957, the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Restoration Act: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, House of Representatives, One Hundred Sixth Congress, Second Session, February 29, 2000

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Page 27 - I thank the Committee for giving me the opportunity to testify here today.
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Page 97 - Watershed-based Effluent Allowance Trading: Identifying the Statutory and Regulatory Barriers to Implementation.
Page 52 - This new initiative aims to achieve clean water by strengthening public health protections, targeting community-based watershed protection efforts at high priority areas, and providing communities with new resources to control polluted runoff.
Page 61 - ... directors of cooperative extension services and State directors of Farmers Home Administration will be invited to meet for the purpose of reviewing the memorandum and arranging for its implementation. VI. This memorandum will become effective upon signatures by representatives of the two agencies. Its provisions will be reviewed annually and amended or supplemented as may be mutually agreed upon. EDWIN L.
Page 99 - Sound developed pursuant to section 1330 of this title, including efforts to establish, within the process for granting watershed general permits, a system for promoting innovative methodologies and technologies that are cost-effective and consistent with the goals of the Plan...
Page 41 - ... zone management program to specifically address polluted runoff in coastal areas. Today, 29 coastal states and territories have developed programs to prevent polluted runoff to coastal waters; NOAA and EPA have approved most of these, with conditions for further improvements. Additionally, in...

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