Water Resources Development Act of 1990

The Water Resources Development Act of 1990 (WRDA 1990), Pub.L. 101–640, was enacted by Congress of the United States on November 12, 1990. Most of the provisions of WRDA 1990 are administered by the United States Army Corps of Engineers.

Read more about Water Resources Development Act Of 1990:  Title I: Water Resources Projects, Title II: Land Transfers, Title III: Generally Applicable Provisions, Title IV: Miscellaneous Provisions

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Water Resources Development Act Of 1990 - Title IV: Miscellaneous Provisions
... with Great Lakes remedial action plans identified under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement of 1978 ... Amends the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (WRDA 1986) to deauthorize the Cross Florida Barge Canal project located between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean ... at Wappingers Lake and at Lake George, New York, to water resources projects authorized under the WRDA 1986 ...

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