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PUBLIC LAW 102-580—OCT. 31, 1992 106 STAT. 4797 Public Law 102-580 102d Congress An Act To provide for the conservation and development of water and related resources, to authorize the United States Army Corps of Engineers civil works program Oct. 31, 1992 to construct various projects for improvements to the Nation's infrastructiire, [H.R. 6167] and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, ^^i ^^^^^^^^ SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS. Act of 1992. (a) SHORT TITLE.—T his Act may be cited as the "Water 33 USC 2201 Resources Development Act of 1992". "°^ (b) TABLE OF CONTENTS.— Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents. Sec. 2. Findings. Sec. 3. Secretary defined. TITLE I—WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS Sec. 101. Project authorizations. Sec. 102. Project modifications. Sec. 103. Visitor centers. Sec. 104. Small navigation projects. Sec. 105. Small flood control projects. Sec. 106. Sonoma baylands wetland demonstration project. Sec. 107. Upper Mississippi River plan. Sec. 108. Quarantine facility. Sec. 109. Columbia, Snake, and Clearwater Rivers. Sec. 110. Outer Harbor, Buffalo, New York. Sec. 111. Small streambank control prqiect. Walnut Canyon Creek, California. Sec. 112. Montgomeiv Point Lock and Dam, Arkansas. Sec. 113. M{gor rehabilitation. Sec. 114. Studies. Sec. 115. Continuation of authorization of certain projects and studies. Sec. 116. Project deauthorizations. Sec. 117. Deauthorization of a portion of the Canaveral Harbor, Florida, project. Sec. 118. Namings. TITLE II—GENERALLY APPLICABLE PROVISIONS Sec. 201. Ability to pay. Sec. 202. Projects for improvements of the environment. Sec. 203. Volimtary contributions for environmental and recreation projects. Sec. 204. Beneficial uses of dredged material. Sec. 205. Definition of rehabilitation for inland waterway projects. Sec. 206. Construction of shoreline protection projects by non-Federal interests. Sec. 207. Cost-sharing for disposal of dredged material on beaches. Sec. 208. Fees for development of State water plans. Sec. 209. Dam safety program extension. Sec. 210. Safety award and promotional materials. Sec. 211. Work for others. Sec. 212. Use of private sector resources in surveying and mapping. Sec. 213. Use of domestic products. Sec. 214. Rural project evaluation and selection criteria. Sec. 215. Compensation of Corps of Engineers employees. Sec. 216. Dredged material disposal areas. Sec. 217. Reuse of waste water. Sec. 218. Demonstration of waste water technology, Santa Clara Valley Water District and San Jose, California. Sec. 219. Environmental infrastructure.