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  1. 1. / ~~COUNCIL ON ENqVIRONM4ENTAL QUALITY Progress Report On Agency Procedures Implementing Executive Order 12114, t "Environmental Effects Abroad of Major Federal Actions" (January 4, 1979) ~ 3 DATE: November 1, 1979 AGENCY: Council on Environmental Quality, Executive Office of the President. ACTION: Information Only: Publication of Second Progress Report on Agency Procedures Implementing Executive Order 12114, "Environmental Effects Abroad of Major Federal Actions" SUMMARY: On January 4, 1979, President Carter issued Executive Order t 12114 entitled "Environmental Effects Abroad of Major Federal Actions. ' Executive Order 12114 requires all federal agencies taking major federal actions cutside the U.S. which are encompassed by and not exempted from the Order, to have in effect procedures implementing the Order within S months after January 4, 1979 (i.e., by September 4, 1979). The Order requires agencies to consult with the Council on Environmental Quality and the Department of State before putting their i~mplementing procedures in effect. The Council has previously published certain explanatory documents concerning implementation of E.O. 12114. (44 P.R. 18722, March 29. 1979). On September 26, 1979 the Council published its first
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  3. 3. 2 progress report on agency procedures implementing the Executive Order (44 F.R. 55410). The purpose of this second progress report is to provide an update on where affected agencies stand in this process. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Nicholas C. Yost, General Counsel, Council on Environmental Quality, 722 Jackson Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006; (202) 395-5750. SECOND PROGRESS REPORT ON AGENCY PROCEDURES IMPLEMENTING E.O. 12114 The progress report lists federal agencies in two categories in Category 1 are agencies that have published proposed or final procedures implementing Executive Order 12114. Category 2 lists agencies that have prepared draft procedures or are in the process of developing such procedures, and contains an estimated time such procedures 'Will be published in the Federal Register. Category 1--Federal agencies that have published proposed or final procedures implementing E.O. 12114. Department of Defense Final Procedures issued April 12, 1979 (44 Fed. Reg. 21786) Export-Import Bank of the Final* Procedures issued August 30, 1979 United States (44 Fed. Reg. 50813) Overseas Private Investment Final* Procedures issued August 31, 1979 Corporation (44 Fed. Reg. 51385)
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  5. 5. Department of Commerce Proposed Revised NOAA Directive National Oceanic and Implementing NEPA and E.O. 12114, Atmospheric Administration October 22, 1979 (44 Fed. Reg. 60779) Department of Energy Proposed Guidelines issued September 6, 1979 (44 Fed. Rag. 52146) Department of State Foreign Affairs Manucl Circular No. 807A, Procedures Implementing E.O. 12114 (except nuclear actions) (at the Federal Register) Agency for International Proposed Environmental Regulaitions, Development October 1, 1979 (44 Fed. Rag. 56378) Department of Transportation See NEPA procedures (DOT Order 5610.1C) issued Oct. 1, 1979 (44 Fed. Red. 56420), Paragraph 16 National Aeronautics and See Final NEPA procedures Section 1216.321 Space Administration issued July 30, 1979 (44 Fed. Keg. 44490- 44491) *Although not published in proposed form for public review and comment, the preamble provides an opportunity for public comment on final procedures.
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  7. 7. 4 Category 2--Federal agencies scheduled to~pullisi proedt~res imple- menting E.O. 12114 in the near future. Department of State Draft "Unified Procedures Applicable To M4ajor Federal Actions Relating To Nuclear Activities Subject To Executive Order 12114" awaiting final approval Department of Cormmerce Draft Proposed Procedures awaiting final approval Environmental Protection Draft Procedures implementing B.O. 12114 Agency (to be incorporated as Subpart .1to EPA NEPA regulations) awaiting final approval Department of Agriculture Amendments (containing procedures imple- menting E.O. 12114) to departmental NEPA procedures awaiting final approval. Department of Treasury Draft Procedures implementing E.O. 12114 are under preparation. These procedures are expected to be published in the near future.
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  9. 9. 71 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~5 Department of Interior Draft Procedures implementing E.O. 12114 are under preparation. These procedures are expected to be published in the near future. NICHOLAS C. YOST General Counsel November 1, 1979
  10. 10. * ~~~~~Federal Regite j Vol. A tNc. V71I M lday. Augut 31, lUG / Nodices 235 Dotedetat Whdngton. DCtisriwb day of wocbs No. -io Datd atflhtheadoMarundbms &kt day Assi1110t souaiosnds Ed Con a d -etesiarqbayoeai GcbmkISDM Son Dieg Gas and ElcrcC46 OM IlbsNuet tea! y mnl PRDM' ftds.&uwq iance ci AmecmentTo min a p.. ~Operavitimg (Cachuet Baa. liceras NaSSlmsuedka NeM England Power Co. (NIP-I and ShhICSIIIOSnim ~W OVERSEA PHI AnnaUWIUE RuP-. isuac of sietor' and Omn Dieg Gas and icacCOpopnnai . ~ Decide Under -. . the Wmclspecifications far AdaptionoatEnvlraumwntal On~uly13.137. CanauadCtzes opeation of t. SSD OanoNelfcear Mm~nt~o ,awsciqutdrsby offh&Wnd h an Judith Genetmtn Station. Unit N66 i 12MOS ftecutafiveoder 121ff1 Plsbnetls oooaw.and the Unit)13 a hSdfl) located in Dieog C~j= th h-Mea floautasL ArodTi CI)*Calitolna.The amanimatishewn repueated It lrett. Nds oflis dab terolsoce. base Mmaifera Onmm1s1 ( Rci EaActrlglatfanlamenacidert1 iThe S-hluiIUS uUOW* blarary. Ahmead.! Valoir hummalAl" e show cums to dismiss the applcaton chlornation ofbath 'sfimultneou Arwl fA*Fds Attn h f(a N4P Uis i and 2 noushicto candeser halves and an Sums.a of the EXOcaCU~W nquireafederal Permits. ThmDie tutr has traed thre ChladUSoetfUsie duinthe We~.ttidag adanlcmpesa request asa petition for sodan undere 10a~mTa~fnDo&Y special fih Order, nsdnote t stands& end aefollown puoceduues to idmplemet thn Sedn m~bJof SvtwFbWater Pon inteestedi is Aocardhasy dW requeadsnt Ctff Actn reOpasothdes at povdoen adequate 001~cnabolpuLBto *v dbafotnsetintioseRsimas ders -dfevniqpucadinfltu pdalakaCa *w5.andate ocl1954.coe -lcas uadmenddrtLAc CeflUrluitasf¶IufOdfIri Romsatth Gow MPu~LfJav..., of W euoln. 4 h amnmnt essu~tnn~nari OldPodRowDkwetotsRod Cohmiuhe hmeHtl ciladopesof ade ocelotvtha" 6h~Rnx Iislandlp Lbarylai Ufremb ofspcMmo s euie darn "be-nd W OvI~owams &lata GocrmmhictoPublicatDocent Rooma OmCommlslms of n amndmiguanlwMns liIflmUIiCranlO.12-b 20 nod nte Loal Ublc omnad micense NW $ACO*eu Pilotpbinoticed Sskmdwoutheuposa" Old~ost boA orgsoy pj. sinetheamendetdostI iraa u met br stumasa - isand t2513 ad th Unialty alglbnu hreareds icosldesulo. ha i.i, prd lIh crda~ niversity Io~td M2Wcnd Of 0Cmldandtrie htshf sdb PCI eta dedlatondewoal o this aInendinon wilno z*Iflant inctwal bs a ofqehe Chodemislaond twenty Am copyo meslt a No. 45 Liavlme No Pta sgcmto ace liedhbVoS ta this nullahab ffid wthelbtPO n hetpwsanttouktod eciamuSDORi eC .Ii n bdjai by the Comn sanloonmton Igpgst itht steeto gAtil d taedartlon ad A An & Ons mn a eve of fajls dtteso wO~ithin th ailble ot pleae pbI cinspection altam Amsbad. - issuanc aPubis amocdment Ratom hMfeard C ben InWatcohzdeno wiaslad 10 nthO() daf 1H Prbthrdt~ With respec toti L mdawavqe. arthemeandawibaf thA Coaalotsriuilmetd soa.m(a1h thedonpl*BcaiLonfrOb ss DZSU aejmr 1 decisionc costiul te a acion awill Cllcanw .Adment v3.39 J(23 doffed lif Rbosadten091Cbvlu.amwetal al~ke omm~sion tw;ny(0)dy Amerndmn a 5ClcneN p-1sbt m~du dteclssana~asth i ldndwteCmluooRitd sdnna on stannslate trnsmtta Its Al fte.Ies Commss~n cbs m Lf2H h a rvie ofthi deisin wthi tht nbbe fe pbli Inpec~onat he rnsmmustuus time. Comnluulofla Puit c Mainmet Roof atsu~d yOGIal lerHfsitmect. W.Wstgan .. inOO w o n* tR~aa ~tt Dae ~ ada teMsin h.Bnh bs.pseejd alutdI ivslgI
  11. 11. Sim3 Wrdel Rajatez Vol. 44, No. in I Friday, Anua 31. 1Mg / Notice rmn-a theletp Cicmb in whidih a prow A. With respect toemy eppllctla for A. N.a dqrnuthant withi OM3 re quire far Which aOM astligtem Issmighl.eso aWi otslrafall MNt imbubiwmk the oape by Bectabd 4(OM) to mma ea fon@oh ILM*rAe~kn The tagrent mswam" aot Sbu plcina oakn.a dw atmwrjc tse dos naeeac means a wlastuactl cedacio by OM1 so &dllOkal,.nt AA& ~ Muakeleam wt bldo fsoh mavbeauitaI ji-vid underam OPE papa mitte dmate by adinlulslljve bpswstomahfllbheIprpoed pioject o brewing at1Insured SI Sib. wait ra& ba a Otlcl*hlDI similar aiiironou inva~sb=loaomm prnt.ord dircboans. room s ue rarm.sasovdtaS a~.ooapjei the applicant theretohe.lo oruwil have 2 gfVg~a- m~ aprnmemmaess .dsin.one, opusos of the projec to LslbrMs th rasd, pric aislikegly to re1 SfmL v. awauamm hayestrr.4md of fnscamatyOrmanhnth ho 'iij'icttO . of a regpconr b-m ftb wouldfdameatihow stlarneuts shall efetookas ?he the unonted e eda sl...,tenneesar to Greaton the (M~apoohuteam 3 iacl rj Sttetpopdose xelsht.ulolai adtoalmon ucPrmt- ot Sitan habmnt the emleqasvsprods ores sirlon utuaLy ao h eahnetn~ n. effectma ti pmmfpoj, toxiaclftda ontrmthetalflor of he btacd prjec ~~ balance inbelieved ,e the solo. be onidlyA asoloutnx o beseL pplla~Ieffectsof h d- o a u ntdSae itS cosidugomms aftppsda o A. Soam. Except as pIoic effecIn ath wrnm ee paneda motecn aMdiaietpoio athen Substations as o.sd D below, these . mq coprtvkmda procedures shel aP*l Welh respect tn OPMC PU*S~y"5tqjc Unite whith in tde soeqmenc- the *W obmmonge of the review of saNh uswajpllcafth. hasset-s States inpadaiite at aldy* regulated by proposed actio, and oresegebie tudor~091 whtherfor new, pup. iudeua law to pr's diwamvlroa..t atmiwesa tbsuqirjc project. or expasions i~shit uitasdtlwvsubtoeuuas.ovva S If r inla major modes by CR. eisUtifl or Rel 3. fietpos. if upo the bniile rNOiW of IImSolbslpctne AIf4Porms srqie undoerw an t- h Wfetl aldSstr fleSatx f td as describe eaniontilda U. U~~$ed States St" baolciblo St a.with the revimordtheup so~d pda.totg SubsectimnAebhoesalbe basedtiupnthe flcls owlbwoti aictLon Itin dtembufd tepro* agey ta lntmmatom cofutiud In Soes apoidlinbmkeasa havea sWpifoent bt s th lnWmelnreonnabmy andbe oi h Is hrwle avallable, the OM1 envin-t. t~e extyls sell aoogar and ~d adlsa&ondahmalia by. the a Os. camuteb shll .drtk the K SFO~da~i WI? £150eraqi *mhcaiu asdemed2 neesayb 5twreit 0Ms fwoewlad miew as th~~vU at te C 1 lbsweat that the aiwiangtoffice =r....a hesosltadeCibhaveribas A conise dmlnltredahe macd wil to ayntel categories spcifled In kofuaach priparedlto deavsent s.dsemaim. fUuhqemdoA above(lto.Mthai a ulgucant ako" vJftd d C.Cwte~ml~kdjba lbee O"t Isl*Ie n resut) sand such poeto procedera shall not'ap*d to doe review of diuaM[ibmaie-Izvoraud pon reiew by ~ 4aagri oin am applicution for bawpoleot falling withim a supervlsey Int orby the Invstmnot covula adlsls.. o atmtpoect l the conaps dewy atgmy of pro ba s*ck cOedittee. bsomuor wmnumame -awa A.-roaw 5 ¶ _~~s -e determlined to binvlv -Wdpte~-tees a p ha rowestate.n no onkuowi or Meuor effects -n the nidrasat O 's aeatslonsutimj~LtOPE'e hvhmmsct spade -invlvd wthWAmmon. hvseswtmn omlmittee shall have the om.,shl tket. loig ctos.aw~e booend uftqnqW ano authowity to establIsh s~hob etguisce adhmie a~ppopdafe, pdnrt solinjon lhe appafm Aa F9`pndwjnwi doi enwkcomntal ft4mwck/ bTheseprocdresm 2.ffdthe bfirlthS o flou ath U An ILp sdcsaete study shail) consis of sAAl not apply to mhe ureveiN o any . demsiadha SubeectlsnAtiUhos a bilWAtera swuitlaeteoe -u by the United Sppllulo JIs Which the Gauss! Counsel svrmntlinpaeataaenhlbe Stume and one Or mmSeasttlep nations or by deteculnes that -n exmpilwu inmacssay as Obtained ntoe donsanaer spaedilo in Sedo.an -n blmesmatjn bodyr qqedlm in ci a resultof omagy dmsinaeces,~ below, fso& a tykiommiefta impact which litvted Sla Isa emaber or Mtes siutonsd Inviving! exe#mnat orign stmatue shell mapwalds sl the stdew P~posLcp pony aim-isecurty nmekAs dW.sIst in fubeaasce £41). redee C An oavksfll reviwshall osuiet other - czmmttunoa(inept a. Whether the project: would result In other of Cobl"e auely 0 hno nylon. O~fl through Us ud dest.ftedI ubserai ot £3 awp ction am td Lesst s hv~rcasntal cashas - 51cm *D soms -n envromese ram Otd eaviamat noe deperlusat Involved tn the as hofial with die Departni dfilate end suam nirveesa bkyao~I Pvutbofaevoreta eiw ml 6h aafcIofhtvcouahn Quly. oedrfo owdstadgethul Peamusehbin
  12. 12. - - F~~'ederal Raeflter /Vol. 44t No. In/ Friday, August si. ig7o / Notices 51887 aliensncanddlimingfieratiow InsrneCua Pa bsLife Insurance Cperposion wrhy any avusf thed reviewr hterW Anco=atHaft'e=d MVarable ke y 14. ho xmmaber Cow~~.1 heartford 1. avoid nttpmmtce Is mend Ocmibs D VarIable Inae ru Issessuch "=nd t, SOW A uldasuutor AcoM4 ad RrifrdVulabl pol~d.. ndlorccntracts. ndY any dafablo"6 Vaz=iaLc bcounct4L ;azLa aterrm itaed company that -m Vito avaflablily of mshuduiu Haftford Connect ut m8118 PI37 contracts as wall.an bsftluy~, Wfraab. on die sanvtrcmmtcof a fores. Notice Ishereby gvnthat ad araily cotradactiz ailpmt 01 madam ~~~~~~~Variable Annuity WeInsurance annuilant under any sc ol AThe need to protect confidential bimins opn,(HA.asoklf anypaor! contract to IovestWP~todI InomftoodftLnL'Xcom ndeucet t sc Plcyo cofltrtZp'ed F"4* upon Hartford a uriable ieurrender or maturity otsuixptldjy or lb e~~qot prono~n andIncoes CapiDprSAcut cnftct) IanaGroup orldvdl t~e ~u~rbl~iv to1523 det (IIA SemeAcs noe- Variable Annuity Contmact (orIn a -e Mend nesmntcmpn Groupt Variable onlyAcuu.mabnan ConesabiliytoIda reg~teredunderthe nvastnentContract lined by7 HVAJ with respect to te dub sad/n mlmttouo b rpse opn c of 1540 AcbHartford, iws"QP-VA.noCorDC-Ewfl O oct end Var~~able Annu~i&y li.Insurance ddcosbigm&frae 7.1 tad to protect insuref forepany QP V Ac.mml: (H. eucis ulAaefo-ae t~aks adnadSZUOrmd Inkm QP-VA!,.. ount Investmnmt bust ¶~we~er. In order not to discriminate hem mtwgovwn wrhteegistere WI usder time A~ct Hartfod marly pagnst other purchasemrso ndsarewaadn haItwEbe Vaoectdabole Annuity Lite Insurance New Group Variable Only isdamur.. Coiu~~~knpan DO Variable Account-I !CDC- Accu-alo thContat or of Goup nd Bodice7.Deddou r9.aaut Inveahuent bust registezwd Ihdviual Variabl Annuity Contracts Us uqhed ewhmamntnl ash tnder the Act; and Hartford variable lammed wIth respect to HVA-QP-VA. Pmadmus shaft sea em AruthJmsnCm D DC-land DCMadutmonis applied thoanacdasaicoutI S'xa ni without sydedctos binuade thrmo Ih eve e Ionvsment trust regstered undsr the therefo at sales axpoeas toward the M ins"a*ovi,- hInvn t all of Harteord Plusa Hartford. pumbahm of these contracts Issned with ifWarnedadt il mun fU Connedctiu li ropept to IWVA-QP-VA. DC- and DC- .ioimealdantattuns uarced by cacvrfer W bhy any aember ota dlass dentded In s-oh dacumects fle dapAao nIb 20 28 the precedin paragrph will not be me~~on t~nliau~ty and - thereto o~n oebr counted In determining the particular Dub aub ofSec~on mii he acito 27, IWO and4 Jine U.It 0 P~funned to sales charge to be applied in the aem of Subjedto ommardous andon & Section a(p) oftam Act forani order anhomenddoeainf d 4 a-tEalf Awllcats f om the a olw abasew povedes Provbisions am nsaoqz Itjsbnllelaw)7llor a----- o the ~~~~~~~and the Act and pursuant to 27oMa of BbhetadlraUr I wa tas uss toss pa S eatds il(s) ofldie Act hr anoder as Maf as mUUIa webaerson are refne ,? ISmshoo nadniofn therey iforme cimapplication on foe.with tims alesbe ma Cmmsss~n smucl1 Iedducuu dats douseat. enbg wth th oran statmento onl st ~ ts g Ds p ar knmte ~ s u c b o nt a rn dth er wp.o e lo t te y t e s a k u n df o flbsh~d pcoedresbecae Thee HVA Separate AMount ~ mche~ema rtesa ezsuveesepaembwtn ~~with the Commission undeolb acdasdo----d DateA Avant V.MMs an opna~nd. dkverslesd at boosk uabsewe tuum j.DA lFedIY% knee Inetm companyon Rtale1.-Sprovides - canpilon PAMAJIMfl 1WDO-I was crsehadognie arm the provilosls of Sectso m~ap)( Ila~*vausMG~atu..I as aOnitIo srn bs n e as folows: mmmP mo U046-u zairedW underthe ActoanbMarch A. 4 o daea accostad any ____________________ Ius HVA QP-#VA nos wonted and sp aa! fc ca oa sacumIms AMD Exoamiot wiaseiievdasauniethInestent trstan Sj).m COUMISSION Novemberf aI DC-il w- created varide sdyauspahpagt mand ranizdW as a unit Investmet trustsuhacnteke o Ins. ftelook 9-1a-4887 and was registered under the Act on aloasd dd2C'are il NartfeS Variable Annuity Ufa. may 13.1W7. the onalia Poshed " tot exed the tantsoee Co. at alj Application for Seaont a7(e)(1) Ils tmfa mb = Order of Exemption ,=aut propose to permit owners Biecaume nodeducion mbWm. the AmfSLtS, Pe sof Infel insurance and annity charges Is made upon ale acquisition. of In the matter ol Hartford Variable contacs fasced by (1MVeetu thee, contacts JIssued with respect to Anninty leInsurance o~y those hAutmod ct o ubett HVA-QP-VA U"-orDC-8 with the Hartford VarialeAmiftay asaCagdddcos 2 atod Procneed of sain tue or annully hnuranemSeamt Acoom". Life lia. wpn~HradU. contract, whereas subsequent Payments Hartford 'Veilds Lifej~a andAccident ba. opq i ne a uhaqie otatu
  13. 13. 22 §2151o FOREIGN ASSISTAN mothers and children, was repealed by program ptut inoplc Pub.tL. 95-424, Title 1, § 103(c), Oct. 6. 940 F te nor Prac 1978, 92 Stat. 945, eff. Oct. I, 1978. program and for theef Anti-Apartheid Program provisions on the cons. r Cation of this section see Enactment of this section by Pub.L. which is set out in its;n" 3 99-440 forms a part of the anti-apartheid 60 [§ 5001 et seq.] of tbb z -n American Digest System Aid to other nations, see War and National Emerec Encyclopedias cy6 Aid to other nations, see C.J.S. War and National Defene1 WESTLAW ELECTRONIC RESEARCH' I.n War and national emergency cases: 402k [add key number]. See, also, WESTLAW guide following the Explanation pages r § 2151ip. Environmnental and natural resources (a) Congressional statement of findings h%h a The Congress finds that if current trends in the dlid'r natural resources in developing countries continue, theoI4 ly undermine the best efforts to meet basic human need - eI et tib sustained economic growth, and to prevent ijnternati&> 0= and conflict. The Congress also finds that te WOrld, * mous, urgent, and complex problems, with respect tb? sources, which require new forms of cooperatioir United States and developing countries to prevent ,'i?1. from becoming unmanageable. It is, therefoe In and security interests of the United States to proviMa both in thoroughly reassessing policies relating to na)4lo and the environment, and in cooperating extensively. ing countries in order to achieve environmentally, sao, ment. (b) Assistance authority and emphasis In order to address the serious problems described h (a) of this section, the President is authorie to fmilst under subchapter I of this chapter for developing an~d i"at the capacity of developing countries to protect and environment and natural resources. Special effort hl to maintain and where possible to restore thelad h' water, wildlife, and other resources upon which depe~4i growth and human well-being, especially of the poor. M 378
  14. 14. -~~~~~~~~TOA DVLPET22 §Zl15lp & FOREIGN ASSISTANCE Cc .32 INTERNATIONALaDEVELOPMENT pealed by program put into place under l) Implementainconsiderations applicable to prograsadpoet ne presidentntingprograms adpoet .-, OcI. 6, ) 99-440. For other provisions i ando sc projecsaude program and for the effect of s (1) The Prmplementing mato uhporm 1978. catviionof this se ntrction, PuaL e :hi Part, shall take fully into accountnthentrlrsure fce proviions thise ctonstr uctio andpnteeniomn on esourcesiofdevel-o iy Pub.L. wvhich is set Ct seq.] its entirety a out in of this dite, .,,d 11 project upnteevrnenhnaua contries. Sbett uhpoeue stce n apartheid 60 [§ 5001 .,jjerg appopratth resident shall require all agencean Jerrcas apresponiblete fo prorams or projects under this part- mARY REFERENCES andeenvironmapenta (A) to prepare and take fully into account undrti hpe impact statement for any program or project iar and National Emergency Q-46. significantly affecting the environment of the global commonS J.Wa n ELECT onIC RefeseARCH1 outside the jurisdiction of any country, the environment Of the RESEARCH V ELECTRONIC ~United States, or other aspects of the environment which the cyke caes: 42k [ad pesidnt May specify; and numbr]. cy caws: 402k [addkey numbe(B) toeprepaeadtk fully into account an environmental ()t rpr n aeioetudrti le following the Explanation pages of this assessment of any proposed Program or proetudrti foreign chapter significantly affecting the environment of any country. solweeaporae s oa mntal and natural resources ~~~~such agencies and officials shul, hrnentapproprate ustaemlocal it of findings ~~~~~~~technical resources in preparingpuruntohisbeco. l envronmentt timpabsctisttemnt it of findings it if current trends in the dgatiand environmental assessments loping countries continue, the wil(2) The President may establish exceptions from the requirements 3rts to meet basic humn eds toafti ubeto o mrgency conditions and for cases in which with those requirements would be eiul ermna vth, and to prevent Mintnernnaetional acompliance United States. -ess also finds that the world faced' to the foreign policy interest of the 1,frel 118, as added Pub.L. 95-88 Title 1, lex problems, with repc1ontf(uL8-9,P.i new forms of cooperaiontobet §1(),Ag319791Sa.537w and amended Pub.L. 9-42,TteI 1101 Oct. 6, 1978, 92 Stat. 948; Pub.L. 96-53, Title!§ 122 u.14 99 'ping coutries sch pro'b§ toprevent 93 Stat. 366; Pub.L. 97-113,.. 9-29 e.2,1981, 95 Stat,2. 1533: I,§37Title geable. It is, therefore, in the eo 0() 2,Ot the United States to provide Ie& renumbered § 117 and amendedPbL 959 il ~ ssing policies relating to natural ,re' 24, 1986, 100 Stat. 3014.) AND STATUTORY NOTES i in cooperating extensively with d~HISTORICAL U.S.Code Cong. and 97-4j3, se 1981 Notes and Legislative Reports achieve environmentally sound dRevision 1977 Act. House Report No. 95-240 Adm.News, p. 2404. and House Conference Report No. 1986 Act. Sena..te Report No. 99-385. see 1917 tJS.Code Cong. and Related Reports. and statement by Presi- I emphas~~~~~~~~~~s ~95-501, see 1986 U.S.Code Cong. and Adm. ~ ~ emphasis I ~ ~ ~ ~ Ad.ew, .74.dent, News.hp.r 5047.d Parts o ucw t insb 1978 Act' House Report No. 95-1087 include certain serious problems desrbd Iuda~eeme to auhorize to funish ~siden is 'elopin anUte~se and House Conference Report and 98.S.Code cong. No. References to ofcape dev for p.e2351. References to subchapter I Of this chapnte isauhoiz.Noewis9-14, Ac. HoseRpot1o %7 chapter are deemed to include parts IV gcounterie tor protectin and mane Adrn79s (section 2 et seq.),q.VI (sectionon23488et Lg countries toprotect and man1979 Act. Hous Report No. 96-9 shall be'and House Conference Report NO. eq) and VIII (section 2349aa et sel.) of resources. Specialefforts 1979 u.S.Code Cong. and subtchapter II of this chapter, and refer- peoucssilet rpestoreffort sha397,esee Admn.News, p. 857. ences to subchapter 11 are deemdt toresorethe land, posibl exclude such Parts. see section 202(b) Act. Senate Report No. 97483 resources upon which depend eoi1981 of Pub.L 92-226, set out as a note under and Hose Conference Report No. icing, especially of the poor. 37837
  15. 15. FOREIGN RELATIONS FOREIGN RELATIONS 22 § 215lp t rrecr fiow of intiormna- -(A) political and economic developments b)Astaetoncugearticipation and integration of women; prohibition against ad to the jamming of in China; ( sepsarate assistncuae opam o oe greater access for for- "(B3) standard or l~ivig of the Chinese the patesitacprgmfowmn national intres of the poe (1) Up to $10,000,000 of the funds made available each fiscal year under this part ite a suspension under "(C) relations between the United States and part 10 of this subchapter shall be used, in addition to funds otherwise available ~, or (5). to temi. (4), and Chmna and for such purposes, for assistance on such terms and conditions as the President may ipproval under subsec. "0D) the actions taken by China to pro- determine to encourage and promote the participation and integration of women aus at th opsiio mote a settlement in Cambodia which will equal partners in the development process in the developing countries. These funds 7), asth cause be may enur Cambodian independence, faciitae an shall be used primarily to support activities which will incrvease the economic mt.-Sixty daatr act of self-detemrmintion by the Cambodian productivity and income earning capacity of women. is At [Fb. 1. 190], pOeope and pr0fevet the Khmer Rouge from to the Congress a re- eunn oexlsnpwr [See main volume for text of (2V; (03 9(4) the status Of programns and activities sus .ythe Government pendled under subsection (ay, and (As amended Pub.L. 101-518, Title V, I 562(dX(2), Nov. 5, 1990, 104 Stat. 2031.) bciesdescribed in "() tie additional meassures taken by the President under section 901(c) [asction 901(c) of §215in. Human rights and development assistance - ilateral asnetio Oa Pub.L 101-246J if rprtssion in Chins deep- evelolxnents in China jal main volume for text of (a) and (b)3 See doead economidc rela- LIBRARY REFERENCES (b) I Protection of children fron exploitatIon t President's actidn Law Reviews X9) Secion901axg ajudiatin O naigaingNo Relratng sylm assistance may be prodided to any government failing to take appropriate and [ftesu"etion SiaX9) " RheformingO asylum- Mairtin13 DaviudicA. adequate measures, within their means, to protect children from exploitation, abuse £ctihe sseions-ii h coPa.1Rst Bohemia.DadA.Mrii1 12f or forced conscription into military or paramilitary services. planning and health progras [See main volume for text of (c) and (d)] EISIONS try, including aMy involing abortd, Mth pe.(e) Promotion of civil and political rightt grants to nongoverunmental organizationsa in stpnnel of Certifying organization and using M South Africa; prIoariy, etc i.v. Agency for In.- an physical fascilities Planned parenthood Pedt- (I) The President is authorized and encouraged to use not less than $3,000,000 of htpp. 394 [main I- eration of Amnerica linc. v. AgeIcy for htnu. the funds made available under this part and part IV of subchapter II of this chapter sad in p-r 887 P.2d Develoipment C.A.2 (N.Y.) 1990, 915 FR2d 59. for each fiscal year for studies to identify, and for openly carrying out, programs tflt~fla Devlop- Agency for International Devlopment policy and activities which will encourage or promote increased adherence to 'cmvl and innng o fr- ruts concerning funding eligibility reqUirfement which political rights, as set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in izatons on th re prohibited funding for foreign nongoveninent countries eligible for assistance under this part or under part 10 of this subichapter, di no eiemo family planning organizationes which promeoted our except that funds made available under part 10 of this subchapter may only, be used a method of family imp eurwited abortion did not contravene stain- under this subsection with respect to countries in sub-Saharan Africa. None of matic lammed pan tory, purposes of Foreign Assistance Act and did these funds may be used, directly or indirectly, to influence the outcome of any col tights W splc,, nOt thereby exceed executive authority. DKT election in any country. ditsplanning associa- Memorial Fund Ltd. v. Agency for Intern. Devel- i~tsf in foreign cm-- Opment, C.AD.C.1989, 887 P.2d 275. [See main volume for text of 09 and (g)J ad human resources devrelopment (As amended Puh.L. 101-618, Title V. 4§ 562)(dX), 599D, Nov. 5, 1990, 104 Stat. Sosi1, 2066.) ~~~ar text volume [See mainof (a)] ~I Another aubsec. lb) has beent enacted. sa-rmis § 21i1p, Environmental and natural resources under this section shall be used primarily to expand and [Se manvolume for text of (a) and (b03 education methods, -especially those designed to improve j (eInpestaonosirtosapltbeopogasndroes SI families and the urban poor and to provide them with c mlm tao ondetisaplcleoprgm ndrjcs Increase the relevance Of formal education systems toth (1) The President, in implementing programs and projects under this part and part eciailly at the prinmary level, through reform Of Curricula, 10 of this subchapter, shall take fully into account the impact of such programs and teaching methods, and improved teacher training; and to project upon the environment and natural resources of developing countries. Sub- ment capabilities Of institutions which enable the poor to ject to such procedures as the President considers appropriate, the President shall nt. Assistance under this section shall also be prodided for reqirue all agencies and officials responsible for programs or projects under this part training of people Of developing countries in such disciplines and part 10 of this subchapter- nling and implementation of public and private development [See main volume for text of (A) and (1)3 8, Title V, § 6(~) Nov. 5,1990,104 Stat 201.) Such agencies and officials should, where appropriate, use local technical resources 562(d~~~~~~~l), ~~~in preparing environmental impact statements and environmental assessments pur-. ,omen into national ecomomies; Teportsu ttohisbecon (See main volume for text of (a)J [Se main volume/for text of f)3 8 (As amended PuiKL. 1014618, Title V, § 562(dXA), Nov. 3, 1990, 104 Stat. 2031.) 9
  16. 16. 22 §2151o FOREIGN ASSIST mothers and children, was repealed by program put into place Pub.L. 95-424, Title 1, § 103(c), Oct. 6, 99-440. For otherp 1978, 92 Stat. 945, eff. Oct, 1, 1978. program and for the I Anti-Apartheid Program catviions thisei, of Th Enactment of this section by Pub.L. whchtisn set othin ien,j 99-440 forms a part of the anti-apartheid 60 [§ 5001 Ct seq.] of thi LIBRARY REFERENCES " American Digest System Aid to other nations, see War and National Emergency t-.46 Encyclopedias Aid to other nations, see C.J.S. War and National Defense 9 6', .4 WESTLAW ELECTRONIC RESEARCWIIk t War and national emergency cases: 402k [add key number]; 2 See, also, WESTLAW guide following the Explanationpae f §2151ip. Environmental and natuajrsure (a) Congressional statement of findings The Congress finds that if current trends in te, dd- natural resources in developing countries coniucit0 ly undermine the best efforts to meet basic human sustained economic growth, and to prevent interntthis and conflict. The Congress also finds that the world 5 0 mous, urgent, and complex problems, with respecf*6 sources, which require new forms of cooperatidon A I United States and developing countries to preVentY" glo from becoming unmanageable. It is, therefore, and security interests of the United States to pro)i u .U19 both in thoroughly reassessing policies relating to4)&i and the environment, and in cooperating extensivels ing countries in order to achieve environmentally ment. (b) Assistance authority and emphasis In order to address the serious problems described 7 (a) of thiis section, the President is authorized tor am under subchapter I of this chapter for developing andiAs the capacity of developing countries to protect andy environment and natural resources. Special effortst to maintain and where possible to restore the Iand, A water, wildlife, and other resources upon which depie I growth and human well-being, especially of the poor.- 378
  17. 17. cl.32 INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 22 § 215IP FOREIGN ASSISTANCE r99g440 put intoe provisionde j mpentaion considerations applicable to programs rjct projects l and ne pealedt 6. Oct c)ale by program For other placeion underrgpogasad adpoet ne (1) The President, in implementilng h macprograms fsc 1978. prog~ram and for the effect of such pograms catviions hs seciosePbe Pun.L ntrction on the -his part. shall take fully into accountatheimact reofurchs proviion of this onstruction and o n aua eorcesiofdevlco- b ' Pub.L. which is set out in its entirety as c .,,d projects UPo thPniomn con- 3 Itries.Subject to such procedures as the residn oi countrories. tePeidn hl eqiealae -apartheid 60 (§ 5001 et seq.] of this title, ,Idcrs apPrPriatthfor progrm orequroet undenvrothisnpart resdetshl alleagenies pand fficias responsible orpoets MARY REFERENCES 0 (A) to prepare and take fully into accounta envtironmapenta hpe Var and National Emergency C=46. impact statement for any program or project underti :J.S. War and National Defense § 61. gnificantly affecting the environment of the global commonS 5si RESEARCH V ELEO~~hONIC ~outside the jurisdiction of any country, the environment of the RESEARCH V ELECTRONIC ~United States, or other aspects of the environment which the number). (B)ideto marseciand takeflyn noacon an environmental icy cases: 402k [add key prepar n aeflyit con le following the Explanation pages of thisB)t under this assment of any proposed program or project any foreign capters sinfcnl fetn h niomnt of countery.giiatyafctn h niom ental and natural resources itof findings such agencies and officials shouldmwhere apprprate ustaemlocal ictchnical resources in preparing eniomna subsection. matsaeet 21; at if current trends in the degradat environmental assessments pursuant to this (2 h rsdent may establish exceptions from the requiremfents -and loping countries continue, they will subseciofrem gnc cnitions and for cases in which orts to meet basic human needs, to at of This woulnesrosl ermna vrth, and to prevent international tofcomplianceswihithoseorequireents wunitd Staes.rosydermna ress also finds that the world face tompth forign pholic inequresteofthe ne orinplcyitrs o h nte tts 'lex problems, with respect to natur Pt. I § 117, formerly 118, as added Pub.L. 95-88, Title I, new forms of cooperation betwea(uL8715 - )ping to § 113(a). Aug. 3,1977. 91 Stat. 537, and65,TteIP 1b2L amended Aug-424, Title9, 98 2Sa.94;PbL 2.Ag.95144, T1979. )igcountries toPrevent such prb§10Lc.6 0,Dc 9 981, 95 Stat. 1533; geable. It is, therefri h c 3Sa.36 u..9-1,TteII § 301(1), (2). Oct. ' the United Statestprvdledenmee§11anamnePuL.9-2,TleII ~ssing policies relatin ontrlr2,18,10Sa.31. dchincoenvratngetnilywh v HISTORICAL AND STATUTORY NOTES sound d achieveenvironmntally -Revision Notes and LegIslative Report.s 97-413, see 1981 U.S.Cocde Cong. and 1977 Act. House Report No. 95-240 2404. Adm.News. p. and House Conference Report No. 1986 Act. Senate Report No. 99-385, 95-501, see 1977 U.S.Code Cong. and Related Reports, and Statement by Presi- demphasis AdmNews p. 748. dent. see 1986 tJ..Code Cong. and Adm. 179 Act.House Report No. 95-1087 News, p. 5047. serious in s roblemsdescribe No. and House Conference Report and 7 References to Subchapter I deemed to seriout sprtoblmsdsied funish inurnsub include certain parts of subchapter 11 isatorizeedlopn sidcapenr 95545 we 1978 US.Codle Cong. References to subchapt&r I of this steAdm.News, developing chapter forand p.2351. chapter are deemed to include parts IV igCountries to protect and inanag ~~~~~~~~~~~1979 Act. House Report No. 96-7 (section 2346 et seq.). VI (section 2348 et resources. sect.), and VI1I (section 2349aa et seq.) of resouces.Special efforts shall tbe and House Conference Report No. see 1979 IJ.S.Code Cong. and suchperI of this chapter, and refer- possible the restre Ve96-397, to land, to subichapter 11 are deemed to restor thepland, yec AmNwp85.ences peossible tpon 1981 Act. Senate Report No. 97-83 exclude such parts. See section 202(b) renesourcsll u onwhic dpender o Report No. of Pub.L. 92-226, set out as a note under f h or and House Conference 7secal8 3ig 378 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~379
  18. 18. FOREIGN RELATIONS FOREIGN RELATIONS 22 § 2151p a fare rlotv of informs. "(A) Political and economic developments(bAsitnetenotaeiaicptnadItgrinofwm;pohiinaant end to the jammning of in China; bAsitnetenurgpatcptoaninerioofwm;pohiinaant nd greater access for for-~ NH) the standard of living of the Chinese eaaeassac rga o oe t:national interest Of the repelai., btenth ntd tts(1) Up to $10,000,000 of the funds made available each fiscal year under this part nate a suspension under NOrltin et,,dh nte ue and part 10 of this subchapter shall be used, in addition to funds otherwise available (3), (4), or (5). to ftm and Chins; adfor such purposes, for assistance on such terms and conditions as the President may i"pProvall under subset- "CD) the actions taken by Chin to pro- determine to encourage and promote the participation and integration of women as drttte the opposition m- mote a settlement in Cambodia which will equal partners in the development process in the developing countries. These funds *X) astie east .my be. enmu" Canibodian independence, faclit~ate an shall be used primarily to support activities which will increase the economic days `n-Sxy afe c of sldermn tioby t temod 'e productivity and income earning capacity of women. thsAt[e.i .19) people, and prevent Cthe Khmear Rouge from it to the Congress a re- NuOg toeexclusiof prgasad ,ii n [See main volume for text of(S); Cc)) by the Government of pended under subsection (a) and (As amended Pub.L. 101-513, Title V,§I 5142(d)(2), Nov. 5, 1990, 104 Stat. 2031.) "(5) the Additional objectives described in President under setion measures taken 901(c)the 90l(c) [section by of f2u5n. 'Human rights and development assistance 11tilaterall saactito Pub-L. 101-2463 if repression in China deep- developments in Ci anvlm o ex f()ad(0 Semi ouefrtx f()ad() ational economic ~LIBRARY REFERENCES (hI I protection of children from exploitation the President's actions Law Revils. (aX9) [section 91()IK)() Reforming asylum adudiction:O aigtn No assistance may be provided to any government failing to take appropriate and of the ssPensions Un- itn coast If 1B0he.,da. Dai A. Matn 138 adequate measures, within their means, to protect children from exploitation, abuse Ssection on- U.Pa.L.Itev. 1247 (1990). or forced conscription into military or paramilitary services. Planning and health programs [See main volume for text of (c) and-Cd)) ECISIONS try, including any involving abortions, wt (e) Promotion of civil and political rights, grants to nonugovermnental organizations, in spnnel Of certifying organiaation and using diif South Africa; priority, etc. Ad. v. Agency for in- ent Physical facilities. Planned Parauhosoo Fe&, (1) The President is authorized and encouraged to uses not less Supp. 394 [main vol- mad in par 857 Fp2 eition of Amnerica, Inc. v. Agency i.foratuna the funds made available under this part and part IV of subchapterthanof this chapter 1I $3,000,000 of Development. C.A.2 (N.Y.) 199, 915 F.2d 59. for each fiscal year for studies to identify, and for openly carrying out, programs stenhtionl Devlop- Agency for Inateuionad flevelop,,et policy and activities which will encourage or promote increased adherence to -civil and concerning funding eligibility requirevment which political rights, as set forth in the Universal hattng to b. gant prohibited funding for foreign ,ogoarJ,eu,t Declaration countries eligible for assistance under this part or under part of Human subchapter, Rights, in 10 of this * ~~~ family planning organizations which promoted or except that funds made available under part 10 of this slhatrmay only be used'- a method or family impitinented abortion did not contrvene ftt- under this subsection with respect to countries in sub-Sahren Africa. None of astiic, parental plan- tory Purposes of Foreign Assistance Act and did these funds may be used, directly or indirectly, to influence the outcome of any ios-al rigius to Speech, not thereby exceed execuitive authority. DKT election in any country. ald Planning associa- Memorial Fund Ltd. v. Agency for Intern. Devel- vities in foeg coon- 'opens. C.A.D.C-199% 8987 Pa2d 275. [See main volume for texrt of 6' and (9)] ad human resources development (As amended Pub.L. 101-613, Title V, if 562(dflS), 599D), Nov. 5, 1990, 104 Stat. 2031, M06.) £See main volume/or text ofia)] 1Another subsec. (b) ha. been enacted. ~ -arming ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ * 2 l5Ip. Environmnental and natural resources under this section shall be Used primarily to expand and [Se main volutme for text of Ca) and (0)] education methods, especially those designed to improve (el Implementation consideratIon. applicable to program.. and projects ual families and the urban poor and to provide them with increase the relevance of formal education systems to the (1) The President, in implementing programs and projects under this part and part ecially at the primary level, through reform of curcua 10 of this subchapter, shall take fully into account the impact of such programs and teaching methods, and improved teacher trainingr and to projects upon the environment and natural resources of developing countries. Sub- ment capabilities of institutions which enable the poor to ject to such procedures as the President considers appropriate, the President shall mtt Assistance under this section shlla~ also be provided for require all agencies and officials responsible for programs or projects under this part training of people of developing countnies mn such disciplines and part 10 of this subchapter- ning and implementation of public and private development [See main volume for text of CA) and (B)) S,'Title V1, 562SOMA) Nov. 5, 1990, 104 Stat 2031.) Such agencies and officials should, where appropriate, use local technical resources in preparing environmental impact statements and environmental assessments pur- .0-nen into national economies; Teotsuant to this subsection. 'See main volume/for text of (a)) [See main volume for text of (2) S (As amended Pub.L. 101-513, Title V, I 562(d)(t), No,. 5, 1990, 104 Stat. 2081.) 9
  19. 19. 224 B Backs Lane Placentia, CA 92670 August 17, 1981 C. Foster Knight Council on Environmental Quality 722 Jackson Place, NW Washington, D.C. 20006 Dear Mr. Knight: I am writing in reference to Executive Order 12114 and its implementation by the current administration. My records show that the following agencies have not published final impleme ni~g,' procedures: r vC4t a. Department of Commerce 6-) -b. Environmental Protection Agency a . Department of the Interior-~ [c-vt~ Please inform me of the current status 'of these agencies' procedres. In addition, please inform me if your agency has published a more recent progress report on agency procedures than the Sixth Progress Report (45FR77106). With the new administration's penchant for reducing regulations, I assumaithat the agencies listed above will not be publishing implementing procedures. This assumption leads me to the question of whether agencies with final procedures will be rescinding them. I have attached my current list of agencies ahd contact persons. Thank you for all of your assistance. Sincerely yours, Glen Worthington
  20. 20. Agency for International Albert Printz Development: AID Environmental Coordinator October 1, 1979- Proposed Agency for International Development 44FR56378 Department of State October 23, 1980 - Final Washington, DC 20523 45FR70239 Department of Transportation: Camille Cleveland October 1, 1979 - Final Office of Environment and Safety 44FR56420 U. S. Department of Transportation 400 Seventh Street SW Washington, DC 20590 National Aeronautics and Nathan B. Cohen~ Space Administration: Director, Management Support Office July 30, 1979 - Final (External Relations) 44FR44490 Code LB-4 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, DC 20548 Department of Agriculture: Barry R. Flamm November 15, 1979 - Proposed Office of Environmental Quality 44FR65768 U. S. Department of Agriculture June 19,1980 - Final Washington, DC 20250 45FR4 1583 Environmental Protection Agency: Thomas Sheckells November 29, 1979 -Proposed Office of Environmental Review 44FR68776 Environmental Protection Agency 401 M Street SW Washington, DC 20460 Arms Control and Disarmament Raymond 0. Waters Agency Office of the General Counsel October 21, 1980 - Final US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency 45FR69510 Washington, DC 20451 Department of the Army Jack Bickley October 20, 1980 - Final Army Environmental Office 45FR69215 Asst. Chief of Engineers Room 1H676 Pentagon Washington, DC 20310 Department of the Treasury Anthony V. DiSilvestre July 15, 1980 - Final Office of Administrative Programs 45FR47626 Department of the Treasury Washington, DC 20220
  21. 21. Dept. of Defense: Gorden H. Drake April 12, 1979 -Final Office of the Asst. General Counsel 44FR21786 (Logistics) Office of the Secretary of Defense Washington, DC 20301 Export-Import Bank of the US: Rosa S. Deiston August 20, 1979-Final General Counsel 44FR50813 Export-Import Bank of the United States 811 Vermont Avenue Nil Washington, DC 20571 Overseas Private Investment Gordon Hunt Corporation: Office of Development August 31, 1979-Final Overseas Private Investment Corporation 44FR51385 1129 - 20th Street NW Washington, DC 20527 National Oceanic and Dr. Richard L. Lehman Atmospheric Administration: Director Ecology and Conservation Office October 22, 1979-Proposed National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 44FR60779 U. S. Department of Commerce July 24, 1980 - Final 14th and Constitution Avenue NW 45FR49312 Washington, DC 20230 Department of Commerce: Robert T,. Miki February 12, 1980 -Proposed Assistant Secretary for Reguiatory Polity 45 FR9307 U. S. Department of Commerce Washington, DC 20230 Department of Energy: Dr. Robert Stern September 6, 1979 -Proposed NEPA Affairs Division 44FR52146 Office of Environment, Department of Energy Room 4 G-064 Forrestal Building January 5, 1981 - Final 1000 Independence Avenue SW 46FR1007 Washington, DC 2058S Department of State: Irene P. Dybaiski 1. November 21, 1979-Final Office of Environment-and Health 44FR67004 U. S. Department of State (except nuclear) Room 7820 Washington, DC 20520 L 2. November 13, 1979-Final Director of the Office of Export and Import Control ( ~'. 44FR65560 Nuclear Energy and Energy Technology Division a ~~(nuclear) ~~~~~~ Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental ~~~~and Scientific Affairs Department of State / ~~~~~~~Washington, DC 20520
  22. 22. * Federal Maritime Commission Francis C. Hurney £ ~~May 21, 1980 - Final Federal Maritime Commission 45FR33996 1100 L Street NW Washington, DC 20573 Army Corps of Engineers Richard L. Makinen August 25, 1980- Final Office of Environmental Policy 45FR56760 Directorate of Civil Works HQDA(DAEN-CWR-P) Washington, DC 20314

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