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106 STAT. 4836 PUBLIC LAW 102-580—OCT. 31, 1992 (7) MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE.— E limination of combined sewer overflows in the city of Manchester, New Hampshire. (8) ROCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE. — Provision of advanced wastewater treatment for the city of Rochester, New Hampshire. (9) PATERSON AND PASSAIC COUNTY, NEW JERSEY. —Drainage facilities to alleviate flooding problems on Getty Avenue in the vicinity of St. Joseph's Hospital for the city of Paterson, New Jersey, and Passaic County, New Jersey. (10) STATE OF NEW JERSEY AND NEW JERSEY WASTEWATER TREATMENT TRUST.—The development of innovative beneficial uses of sewage sludge and conventional and innovative facilities to dispose of sewage sludge or to make reusable products from sewage sludge for local government imits that ceased the discharge of sewage sludge in the Atlantic Ocean. (11) ERIE COUNTY, NEW YORK. —A tunnel from North Buf- falo, New York, to Amherst Qusmry to relieve flooding and improve water quality. (12) ERIE COUNTY, NEW YORK. — A sludge processing disposal facility to serve the Erie County Sewer District 5, New York. (13) OTSEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.— A water storage tank and an adequate water filtration system for the Village of Milford, Otsego Coimty, New York. (14) CHENANGO COUNTY, NEW YORK. —A primary source water well and improvement of a water distribution system for New Berlin, Chenango Coimty, New York. (15) GREENSBORO AND GLASSWORKS, PENNSYLVANIA. —A sewage treatment pleuit for the borough of Greensboro, Pennsylvania, and the unincorporated village of Glassworks, Pennsylvania. (16) LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA. — Alleviation of combined sewer overflows for Lynchburg, Virginia, in accordance with combined sewer overflow control plans adopted by, and currently being implemented by, the non-Feder£j sponsor. (17) RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.—Alleviation of combined sewer overflows for Richmond, Virginia, in accordance with combined sewer overflow control plana adopted by, and currently being implemented by, the non-Federal sponsor. (18) COLONIAS ALONG UNITED STATES-MEXICO BORDER. — Wastewater treatment facilities, water systems (including water treatment plants), intake structures, raw water pipelines and pumps, distribution lines, and pumps and storage tanks for colonias in the United States along the United States-Mexico border. (d) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS. — There is authorized to be appropriated for providing assistance under this section $5,000,000. Such sums shall remain available until expended. SEC. 220. ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSISTANCE FOR BEN- TON AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES, ARKANSAS. (a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary is authorized to provide design and construction assistance to appropriate non-Federal interests for a water transmission line from the northern part of Beaver Lake, Arkansas, into Benton and Washington Counties, Arkansas, at a total cost of $5,000,000.