Accession Number : ADA101705


Title :   Buffalo Metropolitan Area, New York Water Resources Management. Interim Report on Feasibility of Flood Management in Cazenovia Creek Watershed.


Descriptive Note : Final environmental statement.


Corporate Author : CORPS OF ENGINEERS BUFFALO N Y BUFFALO DISTRICT


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a101705.pdf


Report Date : Mar 1977


Pagination or Media Count : 389


Abstract : The Draft Environmental Statement (EIS) on Water Resources Development in the Cazenovia Creek basin has been prepared. Two primary objectives are sought in the development of this document. First, in carrying out the processes and studies involved in preparing a suitable EIS, an agency is required to carefully identify and evaluate the effects of a proposed project on the total human environment. The EIS is in fact, a detailed chronological documentation of these processes and studies. Secondly, the EIS provides for broad Federal, State and public review of the details of the proposed project and the impacts, both favorable and unfavorable, which the project will have on the existing environment. Regulations provide that a 45-day review period will follow issuance of a draft EIS, during which time any interested agency, organization or party may submit comments in writing to the issuing agency on the proposed project or the draft EIS. The issuing agency is then required to specifically address each comment and issue a final EIS, which after its approval is submitted to the President's Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ). It then becomes an instrument, organic to the planning process, which delineates environmental benefits and costs much as the project survey report delineates economic benefits and costs. Therefore, it is imperative that the preparing agency put forth a maximum effort in developing an accurate, complete and objective EIS and that reviewing bodies submit cogent and relevant comments. (Author)


Descriptors :   *FLOOD CONTROL , CONTROL , ENVIRONMENTS , IMPACT , NEW YORK , ICE , STREAMS , URBAN AREAS , RESERVOIRS , ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS , BOOMS(EQUIPMENT) , DAMS


Subject Categories : Civil Engineering


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE