Water projects authorized by House

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Associated Press

Posted on May 20, 2014 at 3:06 PM

Updated Tuesday, May 20 at 3:09 PM

On Tuesday, the House passed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act, which authorizes 34 water projects across the country. The Senate is expected to consider the bill later this week. A list of each of the projects, and the federal funds authorized for each:

Navigation projects:

— Sabine Neches Waterway, Texas and Louisiana, more than $748 million

— Jacksonville Harbor- milepoint, Jacksonville, Florida, more than $27.8 million

— Savannah Harbor, Savannah, Georgia, $492 million

— Freeport Harbor, Freeport, Texas, $121 million

— Canaveral Harbor, Cape Canaveral, Florida, more than $29.2 million

— Boston Harbor, Boston, Massachusetts, more than $216.4 million

— Lake Worth Inlet, Palm Beach County, Florida, more than $57.5 million

— Jacksonville Harbor, Jacksonville Florida, $362 million

Flood risk management projects:

—Topeka, Kansas, more than $17.3 million

— Natomas Basin, California, more than $760.6 million

— Cedar Rapids, Iowa, more than $73.1 million

— Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota, $846.7 million

— Ohio River Shoreline, Paducah, Kentucky, more than $13.1 million

— Springfield, Missouri, more than $13.5 million

— San Joaquin River basin, California, more than $23.6 million

— Sutter Basin, California, more than $255.2 million

— Truckee Meadows, Nevada, more than $181.6 million

Hurricane and storm damage risk reduction projects:

— West Onslow Beach and New River Inlet, North Carolina more than $99 million

— Surf City and North Topsail Beach, North Carolina, more than $206 million

— San Clemente shoreline, California, more than $51 million

— Walton County, Florida, more than $42 million

— Morganza to the Gulf, Louisiana, more than $6.6 billion

Hurricane and storm damage risk reduction and environmental restoration projects:

— Mississippi Coastal Improvement Program, Hannock, Harrison and Jackson County, Mississippi, more than $693.3 million

Environmental Restoration:

— Mid-Chesapeake Bay Island, Maryland, more than $1.2 billion

— Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, Caloosahatchee River, Florida, more than $313.3 million

—Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, Canal Western Project, Florida, more than $87.2 million

— Louisiana Coastal Area, Louisiana, more than $1 billion

— Marsh Lake, Minnesota, more than $6.7 million

— Biscayne Bay Coastal Wetland, Florida, more than $98.5 million

— Broward County Water Preserve Area, Florida, more than $448 million

— Barataria Basin Barrier, Louisiana, more than $321.7 million

— Neuse River Basin, North Carolina, more than $23.8 million

— Lynhaven River, Virginia, more than $22.8 million

— Willamette River Floodplain restoration, Oregon, more than $27.4 million

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