Disposition of power revenues on federal irrigation projects. by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO provided information on the recovery of federal irrigation project construction costs through Department of Energy (DOE) power sales revenues, focusing on: (1) the legal requirements for cost recovery; (2) the amount of construction costs projected to be recovered; and (3) how DOE is providing for the recovery of construction.
All moneys received by the United States in connection with any irrigation projects, including the incidental power features thereof, constructed by the Secretary of the Interior through the Bureau of Reclamation, and financed in whole or in part with moneys heretofore or hereafter appropriated or allocated therefor by the Federal Government, shall be covered into the reclamation fund.
Module Financial and economic appraisal of irrigation projects A Okra 59 A Onions 59 A Paprika 60 A Sweet peppers 61 A Potatoes 61 A Rape 62 A Tomatoes 62 A Wheat 63 Gross margin budget for the following rainfed crops for a 1 ha plot A Cotton 63 A Groundnuts 64 A Grain maize 64 A L.
99– inserted in third proviso "(1) for Corps of Engineers projects, not to exceed 30 percent of the total estimated cost of any project may be allocated to anticipated future demands, and, (2) for Bureau of Reclamation projects,", inserted in fourth proviso "for Corps of Engineers projects, Disposition of power revenues on federal irrigation projects.
book Secretary of the Army may permit the full. Of 16 major power, irrigation projects, only 5 under execution: CAG None of the five projects is near completion and the anticipated benefits in terms of creation of irrigation potential and augmentation of water and power generation were yet to accrue, the report observed.
"revenues collected after august 7, from power operations on each indian irrigation project and deposited into the treasury for credit to miscellaneous receipts pursuant to section c of this title, or pursuant to other provisions of law, are authorized to be appropriated annually, in specific or in indefinite amounts, equal to the.
regarding other federal or state tax consequences related to the ownership or disposition of, or accrual or receipt of interest on, the A Certificates or the accrual or receipt of the interest portion of A Installment Payments.
See TAX EXEMPTION. $, Water Revenue Certificates of Participation, Series A. (Record Group ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY RECORDS OF WASHINGTON, DC, ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER FIELD OFFICE RECORDS Records of.
a digest of the federal statutory provi-sions for revenue-sharing or payments in lieu of taxes to be made with respect to federally owned lands. Of the 29 federal laws digested, only six relate to hydro projects and power property.
These proj-ects or programs and the basis for deter-mination of their payments to states and counties are. of the A Certiﬁcates. Individual purchases of the A Certiﬁcates will be made in book-entry form only. The A Certiﬁcates are being executed and delivered to ﬁnance a portion of the design, acquisition and construction of various capital projects in furtherance of the Water Authority’s Capital Improvement Program.
The Reclamation Service was authorized by Congress to construct irrigation and power projects across the west, including several on Indian Reservations. Between andCongress authorized the Reclamation Service to construct 24 irrigation project across the western United States, and the Flathead Project was one of them.
The book led to the passage of the Meat Inspection Act. law that allowed the federal government to build irrigation projects to make marginal lands productive, act authorizing federal funds from public land sales to pay for irrigation and land development projects, mainly in the dry Western states a law that set up a.
payable solely from a pledge of Net Water Revenues and neither the full faith and credit nor the taxing power of the Water Authority, the State of California or any of its political subdivisions is pledged for the payment thereof.
MATURITY SCHEDULE Maturity Principal Interest (May 1) Amount Rate Yield $11, % %. () law that allowed the federal government to build irrigation projects to make marginal lands productive.
p Gifford Pinchot ( - ) cheif of the Forest Service. Order12 FRDec. 19,provides in part as follows: Prescribing a system of accounts for public utilities and licensees under the Federal Power Act.
The Federal Power Commission acting pursuant to authority granted by the Federal Power Act, particularly sections (a), (a), andand paragraph (13) of section 3, section 4(b) thereof, and finding. Federal funds appropriated by Congress for the construction, repair and improvement of Indian irrigation projects (see e.g., Interior Appropriation Act for fiscal year81 Stat.
59, 61) may be used to construct laterals to serve lands included in such project which are owned by non-Indians and the costs of such construction treated as.
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Power Administration adopt some more general objectives bearing vitally on the broad development of the Pacific Northwest region. Specifically under the terms of the Bonneville Act and in accordance with more recent legislation affecting the disposition of power generated at Federal multiple-purpose projects in the Pacific.
‘Government urged to complete irrigation projects on priority basis’ Julakanti Ranga Reddy on Monday urged the State government to complete the ongoing projects on priority basis to solve drinking water and irrigation problem in Nalgonda district.
Irrigated agriculture has a long history in the Western United States, beginning with Native American Indians. After passage of the Reclamation Act ofthe United States Government began building and subsidizing irrigation projects to foster settlement and development of the arid and semi-arid areas of the Western United States (National Research Council, ).
Source-wise irrigation achieved till previous financial year: Sl. Name of Source CCA (Ha) Remarks if any 1. Canals 2. Dug Wells 3. Tubewells a. Private b. Govt. Tanks/Check dams etc.
Detail of Irrigation Potential from completed projects A. Major Irrigation projects Sl. Name of Project Year of completion. The singular federal statute defining "native" to which JUSTICE BREYER points, 43 U.
§ (b) (including those defined by blood quantum without regard to membership in any group), serves to underscore the point that membership in a "tribal" structure per se, see ante, atis not the acid test for the exercise of federal power in.
tory and literature believe that irrigation was known in pre-historic times. Reference to irrigation can be found in Chapter 2, Ve of the book of Genesis where it states: "a river went out of Eden to water the garden." It is known that irri-gation was practiced many thousands of. A scheme was set on foot for the improvement by canalization of the Cape Fear river above Wilmington under a Federal project ofwhich provided for a channel 8 ft.
0 deep, was completed inand the project of provided for an increase in depth to 20 ft. ) Historic Water and Power Projects, Water Resources and Delivery — permanent. Disposition Authority Number DAA Historically significant records documenting the management of water resources and the construction and operation of major water and power projects.
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Of the royalties received by the United States from production of minerals under these leases, 10 percent went to the U.S. Treasury, /2 percent to the states in which production occurred, and the remainder to a fund for the construction of federal irrigation projects.
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Commission’s regulation of non-federal hydroelectric generation in and includes authorizing the construction of projects in interstate commerce and overseeing their operation and safety.
Inthe Commission’s role was expanded to include certain electric industry activities by the Federal Power Act (FPA). The development of dams and irrigation projects in eastern Washington by the Bureau of Reclamation, begun in that quantifies utility costs and projects revenues to the service provided to each customer class.
including repayment of the Federal investment in the Federal Columbia River Power System over a reasonable number of years. united states of america before the. federal energy regulatory commission. in the matter of:)) project no. merced irrigation district) _____) intent to file license application, filing of pre-application document, commencement .Disposition Authority Number DAA These records consist of intermediate and reference materials pertaining to withdrawals, classifications, designations, land use applications, and water power projects.
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