Community Development District Act, Hearings Before ..., 89-2 on H.R. 12466 and S. 2934, June 9 and 10, 1966

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1966 - 152 pages
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Page 5 - Departments and agencies of the Federal Government shall exercise their powers, duties, and functions in such manner as will assist in carrying out the objectives of this Act.
Page 123 - ... prepare and keep up to date, to the extent practicable, a comprehensive, coordinated, joint plan for Federal, State, interstate, local and nongovernmental development of water and related...
Page 13 - Both the Public Works and Economic Development Act and the Appalachian Regional Development Act were experiments in attempting to achieve more rational and effective development of areas that chronically lagged behind the nation.
Page 99 - Agriculture to make long-term contracts for the disposal of surplus agricultural commodities, and for other purposes Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the...
Page 50 - February 24, 19(i5, to provide leadership within the Department of Agriculture in formulating plans and evaluating operations pertaining to development of natural human resources in rural communities.
Page 50 - The contenders for a share in the emerging political market for environmental quality control are first and foremost the departments of Housing and Urban Development; Health, Education, and Welfare; Commerce...
Page 42 - The committee met, pursuant to notice, at 10 :10 am, in room 1301, Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC, Hon. Harold D. Cooley (chairman) presiding. Present : Representatives Cooley, Poage, Gathings...
Page 61 - I do not want to take up too much of your time...
Page 8 - On the other hand, it is difficult, if not impossible for every small hamlet to offer its own complete set of public services. Nor is it economic for the small city to try to achieve metropolitan standards of service, opportunity, and culture, without relation to its rural environs.

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